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  1. you'd need to be a millianaire to buy something with that much ground over here, that garage looks as big as a house by itself, actually thought it was your next door neighbours when i saw the first pic. very nice caintry. enjoy.
  2. no it only works connected to a pc. yes you can get wireless headphone and mic setups, no need for that phone thing then. yes they have either a bluetooth or usb wifi adaptor that plugs into your pc that sends/receives the signal to/from the headset and mic. personally i use a wired headset with mic, usually the cable that comes with them is much longer than you usually think of with usb devices, so i can sit over 6 foot away from my pc with enough slack to comfortably use them. incoming call signals are played through my normal speaker system so i know when i receive a call without always having to wear the headset, then i just put it on when i answer the call and the sound then comes through the headset alone.
  3. yes, and yes they are all voip which stands for voice over internet protocol, not sure why you'd want to spend money on one tho when any speaker mic system works just as well, unless i'm missing something in your query and not really understanding what your looking for. anyway here's a link to some :- https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=VoIP&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a#q=VoIP+usb+phones&hl=en&client=firefox-a&tbo=u&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&source=univ&tbm=shop&sa=X&ei=3R4SUezCIdGR0QWso4GYCQ&sqi=2&ved=0CFoQrQQ&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.41934586,d.ZG4&fp=425eebd4e9f88dc8&biw=1000&bih=579
  4. no i wouldn't be looking to mod a laptop. (like bonzai just posted, spend your entire budget on it in the first place.) buy the best i7 gaming laptop (they have dedicated video cards.) you can afford in the first place, that way you'll have the highest and best specs your going to need for video editing. something like this :- http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/laptops/374749/alienware-m17x-r4/specifications you can usually modify the base specs of a good gaming laptop to include everything you want in one. eg:- http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?oc=n00w7m05&m_3=509072&m_6=692923&m_8=689222&m_11=576477&m_16=691838&m_146=744578&model_id=alienware-m17x-r4&c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1
  5. safest way is to disconnect the windows raid, install suse to the ssd, add the windows drives again make the ssd first boot drive in bios, now add chainloaders to grub2 pointing at each of the windows drives, test and delete the one that doesn't start the windows os from grub 2. could of told you how with grub but never done anything with grub2 and it works differently so you'll have to google it.
  6. might be joe, but i thought such a program like express gate was stored on the bios chip or motherboard itself, then again with the new uefi bios they have now i don't really know anything about how/where things are stored or work any more, and need to read up a lot more on it than i already have.
  7. both the 1st and 3rd oem and efi partitions are where a bootloader is located. the 4th C: partition is where the os and all your data is. the 5th healthy recovery partition is where all the files are stored to return the laptop to a factory state. and i'm guessing the 2nd 1.4GB recovery partition is where the restore/recovery program is located. one thing i can tell you for sure is don't delete any of them until you have a recovery solution in place. if you've deleted all the partitions to do a clean install of win 8 it will create at least the efi and c: partitions again during the install process because it needs both partitions to be there.
  8. yep google like mad and have a second pc to play on/experiment with. download the source code and read it and see if you can work out what it's doing and why, if you can then you'll become an expert at linux. me i just use it, not worry about anything, and just enjoy the experience. yes of course there are times i have had to do a lot of googling to find out how to do certain things, but i never ever go deep into why things work and totally understanding all the processes of the operating system, just as long as it worked for whatever i was trying to do then i'm happy. if you want to really understand linux, then learn to write your own programs that way you'll learn all about api's, system calls, how the software needs to talk to the hardware to get it to work etc. etc. and you'll really start understanding the processes.
  9. then it would have read [04:56:06] Rootkits checked : 307 [04:56:06] Possible rootkits: 306 and none of them would have been a false positive.
  10. i miss them too, we were neck and neck for years until i got my i7 system. lots of folders that have been around for years are now gone tho, so guess it's just something we get used too. i often wonder what ff2 is doing now too, i know he was disillusioned with fah so wonder if he's doing some other distributing computing like seti or whatever the other one that was mentioned a while back is.
  11. see if this topic helps you. especially post number 3 http://homecommunity...p/118492#M64293 ics :- http://windows.micro...nection-Sharing so what your doing is setting up the first pc to be your router/dhcp server and your router is now just an access point through which everything else can connect to the pc.
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