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  1. no the drives are not defective the problem is for android devices to support exfat file system natively they first need to pay microsoft a licensing fee, google will not pay that fee for android to use the exfat filesystem and the device manufacturers also usually won't pay that fee for native use in their build of the android os of a file system that is not used much compared to fat32 and ntfs, therefore those devices don't have native support of exfat file system and that is why i think there is nothing wrong with your drives.


    there are ways around this but i think need you to root your device first before using an app like paragon.


    just found this that should give you exfat support i believe using the app you've bought. :- https://usbotghelper.wordpress.com/faq/



    3. How to enable exFAT support?

    The exFAT binaries are not included in the app.

    To install:

    1. You can download the binaries from http://tinyurl.com/usbotg-exfat
    2. Extract mount.exfat-fuse and dumpexfat binaries
    3. Place them at the root of your sdcard (eg /mnt/sdcard) OR in /system/bin directory.
    4. Enable exFAT option in settings.

    Warning: exFAT is experimental. Please do not use it with important data. If vold (in your phone) tries to mount it as FAT, it may cause data corruption even before my app has chance to mount it. This, or other reasons can cause data corruption. You have been warned. The developer of this app will not be responsible for any damage or data loss.



  2. don't think the mods will like it if you post every one of your youtube videos in individuals topics, so if i was you i'd just put a link to your youtube channel in your signature, then every time you make a post in any topic (either helping people, asking for help or just in a general discussions here) people will get a chance to see it and click on it if they want.




    I wanted to reduce the possibility that running Eve combined with whatever else you multi-tasked was exceeding your system resources by such a degree that the system connection performance was compromised as it attempted to manage the high video rendering demand.

    that's exactly what's happening in my opinion, the cpu is overtaxed supply data to the gpu rendering the dual displays along with the other tasks it's doing which causes the internet connection drivers to fail/freeze, requiring them to be reloaded before internet works again and why it never happens when only using 1 monitor.



  4. see if these links better help you trace and find out where the problem is when you lose your connection. eg.netsh command.





    if you can't then find and fix the problem on your own, post any trace logs and errors in your next post so someone here may be better able to help you pinpoint where the problem is.





  5. post the results after the disk part and list volume commands so we can see if your trying to fix the correct drive/partition with the other commands.


    did you change anything in the bios? for example the setting for ide to ahci ? if yes and can't remember what you changed try setting the bios to defaults and see if it will then boot.


    also see if anything from here helps :- http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/unable-to-boot-stop-error-0x000000ed/d9c4730f-e3fb-4d2b-82b8-363442225eee?auth=1



  6. no idea, never used ipvanish or any vpn service.


    what exactly was the error when doing a system restore?


    how are you trying to connect to the internet? wifi or wired lan connection?


    see if anything in this troubleshooting guide and links helps :- http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/cant-connect-internet#1TC=windows-8

    also see if resetting your host file allows you to connect to the internet :- https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/972034



  7. vpn's need servers in the country your wanting to show as being in when your not as well as servers in the country your in (not sure about 2nd part.), so what vpn service you choose depends on if they have servers in the locations you need in the first place.


    eg. tx's vpn of choice, privateinternetaccess.com has servers in these countries :- https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/network/


    so he can pretend to be in any one of those countries using it but as you can see there's no provisions for cambodia, thailand, vietnam for example.


    see if this link helps you :- http://securethoughts.com/best-vpn-for-asia/



  8. ok got everything installed and working that i need on leap42 original kernel (think it's 4.1), still has issues/bugs but nothing that is a show stopper at the moment, so going to let mythtv run for a week and see if there's any issues with that, if not then i'll take it round my daughters.


    quite impressed with the flirc adaptor too, makes setting up a remote for mythtv really simple and it works great so far.


    even with all my issues i think i still want to build myself a new skylake system. :laughing:



  9. big problem with that tho. bruce, no room on itx motherboard or in the tiny case for a graphics card because the quad tv tuner is using the only pcie slot.


    i'll start fresh tomorrow and see what i can accomplish, can't even get the tv tuner drivers to install in leap42 at the moment for some unknown reason, i could live with dolphin crashing just as long as mythtv worked but can't even get around to testing myth until i can get the tuners driver to work, just 1 frustration after another at the moment. :laughing:



  10. if that's the cause of all my problems bruce then i'm stuck up a river without a paddle coz i really don't know what else i can do to fix an intel driver problem after installing the latest stable kernel. :laughing:



  11. that's all the repo's i usually have to except for the nvidia repo.


    boot time is not what i'm curious about, even though the boot time is still faster for 13.2 on this system but nothing much in it both boot in seconds, 13.2 is almost instant.


    it's when i'm rebooting leap42 it takes ages, so it's the shutdown time that is long, well 2 minutes seems long to me. :mrgreen:

    i don't remember any previous os taking so long to shutdown or reboot before, at first i thought it was something to do with btrfs but now i'm using ext4 it must have something to do with the os writing files ready for next startup or something.


    going to add those repo's now and do a dup and see if it fixes things if not then i think i'll start again with 13.2 run some tests find out what does and doesn't work with that distro and see if i can find solutions/drivers to fix that.


    seems easier to me than starting with leap42 and trying to figure out why dolphin is crashing when entering the dev folder at the moment, wish i could make up my mind and stick to trying to solve one problem at a time instead of getting frustrated and keep swapping. :laughing:



  12. caintry i've done a clean install of different os' that many times i'm in danger of killing this flash drive before i've got a working problem free system i'm happy with. :rofl3: (not laughing at your question just the amount of times i've clean installed the os.)

    last time i did a speed test on it tho. the result was over 2000 MB/s so am still awed by it's performance and want one in my next pc. :mrgreen:


    bruce what repo's do you have installed for your leap42 system?


    also what's your reboot time? on this system it takes nearly 2 minutes before it shuts down to start the reboot yet in 13.2 it's only seconds. (by the way using ext4 partitions now not the defaults.)


    i've tried loads of different things even tumbleweed but can never seem to get everything working for one reason or another (same issues in tumbleweed as there are in leap42.).


    i keep getting frustrated and walking away before my head hurts to much, gives me time to relax and think of new things to try.

    13.2 works with a couple of issues, leap42 works with a couple of issues, issues different in both os so what i really need is to merge both somehow so i have a leap13.2 system where everything works. :laughing:


    when i get back to it i'm going to add these kde repo's and see if they fix the dolphin crash problem in leap.

    Version: Leap 42.1
        Extra: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Extra/openSUSE_Leap_42.1/
        Applications: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Applications/openSUSE_Leap_42.1/


  13. i can't remember getting this frustrated working on any new build before, every time i think 1 problem is fixed another shows up, that kernel update fixed most of the problems i'd seen in leap42 like failing to resume correctly after screen locking bruce but now i'm getting other problems like dolphin crashing every time i try and browse the /dev folder to try and work out why the tv card drivers won't load/work even though they seemed to build and install correctly.


    i'm going round and round in circles at the moment with leap42. :laughing:


    as to 13.2 the updated kernel fixed the sound issue but broke everything else (slight exaggeration) eg. no video player will play a dvd they all just crashed but think i'll go back to 13.2 and work on that for a while and see if i can get things working there, leap42 is just giving me a headache at the moment. :rofl3:



  14. well it's been another frustrating day with nothing resolved. :laughing:


    anyway to cut a very very long story short i now have a system with 13.2 and leap42 installed, (you wouldn't believe the hassles i've had installing 13.2, no idea what difference there is between 13.2 and leaps grub2 installation but only leaps will boot from the nvme drive.) leap42 is nothing but bugs so far, to many to mention, 13.2 works great EXCEPT!! no sound through tv hdmi connection (only way i can connect this build to any screen i have and is what will be used when round my daughters.) so working on it is a pain to start with, either sitting on the floor in front of the tv or straining to read what's on the screen from my settee. :rofl3:


    saw a fix for 13.2 for the sound which was to update the kernel from the stable repo like you mention bruce, haven't got around to trying it yet but will definitely try it with leap42 too.


    must admit i quite like the look of leap if it wasn't for all my problems souring me on it.




    i'm sure i'll get it all sorted eventually. :laughing:



  15. could well be bruce, after all it is a new skylake intel chip with built in gpu so could definitely be an intel driver problem, always the risk we take when building a pc with the newest hardware/chipsets with linux.


    going to install 13.2 to check things out and if everything is ok there then i'll probably give leap another shot and see if i can sort out the problems i'm experiencing.


    can't remember if 13.2 uses a newer kernel than leap 42.1 so might need to check that out too.



  16. it's supposed to be suse newest and greatest os, but to be honest it's bad enough to make me think about looking for a new operating system. :laughing:


    going to install 13.2 at least i'm more used to that so if there are any hardware problems i won't have the added frustration of trying to find my way around a new os too.



  17. it's p-ing me off big time at the moment, or i should say the new leap42.1 os is p-ing me off big time, seems to be a bug ridden load of crap to me, no idea what suse are doing but i couldn't recommend leap42 to anyone, going to install 13.2 and see if things work again.



  18. i'm in the middle of building and testing a new high end but lowish power itx htpc for my daughter, total cost about £1000.


    some of the parts list here :-

    cpu :- i7-6700

    motherboard:- gigabyte z170n-wifi

    case :- silverstone mlo5b

    psu :- silverstone st45sf

    memory :- 2x4gb hyperx black

    storage :- 2x2TB samsung m9t

    boot drive :- samsung 250gb sm951nvm

    tv tuner :- tbs 6205

    remote :- flirc + oneforall urc-7960


    now i've only just put it together and am still sorting out updates, software, drivers, etc. etc but am already jealous!!!


    just ran a hdparm test to see what this new m2 boot drive can do and here's the result


    timing cached reads: 31748 MB in 2 seconds =15903.83 MB/sec

    timing buffered disk reads: 194 MB in 0.11 seconds = 1841.62 MB/sec


    now to give you an idea how fast that is, here's my 240gb kingston hyperx savage ssd


    Timing cached reads: 19776 MB in 2.00 seconds = 9901.56 MB/sec
    Timing buffered disk reads: 812 MB in 3.00 seconds = 270.62 MB/sec

    it's held back by my 3GB sata connections but even on 6GB sata i believe it maxes out at about 500 MB/sec


    never even seen raid 0 setups come close to that 1841 MB speed.


    going to run a lot more tests on it later to compare it to my old but high end pc but already know i really really want to build myself a new system now even though the one i have does everything that i need and is fast enough anyway. :rofl3:



  19. you may view it as a fix but don't think anyone else will, nice info to have maybe but certainly not a fix.


    also i think you'll find in a court of law they are living up to their "contractual obligations", after all, as you've found out they sell the product with no minimum speed guarantee and just a max "upto" speed with conditions, such as distance from exchange and congestion.


    so as you do get the full speed except for certain times then i don't think you or anyone else has a leg to stand on unless the laws are changed so they have to sell the product with a guaranteed "minimum" speed at all times.


    what makes things a right pain for you though is you have no other option because they are the only isp provider in your area.


    might be worth seeing what 3/4/5g options are available to you so you can tell time to get stuffed and switch to using the mobile networks, cost might be a big factor there though.


    another option i guess would be satellite (about the same cost as your isp i believe, maybe cheaper.) where you'd get the speeds you are getting now without the drop off but at a cost of latency/ping times but that shouldn't make much difference really if your not into playing online games.




    just had a thought weather may play a big part in satellite reliability.

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