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  1. Any comments? (good or bad) http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=22666675
  2. This should be of help to you, just click on the operating system you're running. http://www.blackviper.com/
  3. The big thing you need to consider is liability. None of your opposition will change their minds if you can't show them you have a solution for potential liabity issues.
  4. Click Start>Run> Type services.msc Scroll down to the program and click on it. In the upper left corner of the screen you will have to option to stop the process, then you can remove it via add/remove in control panel
  5. Let's just say keep your AC unit in good working condition
  6. Welcome to Florida! (You might change your mind in July & August )
  7. I found some solutions here that you might want to check out: http://www.google.com/search?q=Send+To%2FM...ion+not+working
  8. Great video! Man does that bring back some memories.....
  9. Thanks guys, Here's a minor OC. Still working on deciphering the board and bios. http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=21327435
  10. Core i7 940 test results. All stock and nothing has been tweaked yet. http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=21319377
  11. Go to Control Panel>Select Internet Options>Select Advanced tab>Select Reset (This should be near the bottom under Reset Internet Explorer settings) > select OK. Reboot and post back with the results.
  12. See if this helps: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926449
  13. For starters, download and install this: http://www.personalfirewall.comodo.com/ Then dispose of ZA. I did and couldn't be happier!
  14. http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?showtopic=161674
  15. The first is your 2D score which you need not worry about: Video ----MP/sec 95 MP/sec 4.000 380 Bottom 32% The second is the 3D which is really the only one you would need to be concerned about if it was low, but your's is looking fine. 3D Video ----fps 2164 fps 0.100 216 Top 11%
  16. It could be several things such as issues within the server or on the recipients end. It's not necessarily on your end.
  17. If you are concerned the test is saying your audio drivers are out of date, don't worry about it. As long as your audio is working disregard what the test says.
  18. Here's mine, I should take it off the wall of the garage and get back on it some time http://velospace.org/node/11408
  19. I did give that some consideration, but I'll be building a new set up after the 4870x2 comes out. I'll then be handing this one down to my son. With the new HDD he'll have plenty of room for his games. (Mine too)
  20. Thanks guys, you were right stormy it's formatting as I type!
  21. You hit the nail on the head stormy, I knew I was missing a step. I'll check and reply back.
  22. Just installed a new HDD which shows in the BIOS and in the Pit test. I'm unable to access it and does not show up in My computer. Would this be due to a jumper setting? All drives are connected via IDE cables except the new drive which is SATA. Pit test results: http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=20505159
  23. What steps did you take to shut it down? Go to start/run/type: services.msc Then scroll down to windows firewall. In the start up column, if it shows as disabled, double click on it and in the drop down change it to automatic and click on start. Event ID 1107 and 1079 Messages Occur After You Change the Cluster Service Account Password View products that this article applies to. Article ID : 317232 Last Review : November 1, 2006 Revision : 1.1 This article was previously published under Q317232 SYMPTOMS After you change the password for the Cluster service account on a domain controller, the second node may not be able to join the cluster. Either of the following events may be logged in the System event log: Event ID: 1107 Source: ClusSvc Description: Cluster node xxxxxxx failed to make a connection to the node over network 'Public'. The error code was 5. -an- Event ID: 1079 Event Source: ClusSvc Description: The node cannot join the cluster because it cannot communicate with node xxx over any network configured for internal cluster communication. Check the network configuration of the node and the cluster. Back to the top CAUSE This problem can occur if you did not restart the Cluster service. You must stop and restart the Cluster service on both nodes after you change either the Cluster service account or the Cluster service password. The Cluster service uses NTLM for all authentication processes. After the Cluster service starts on the node that is joining the cluster, the joining node's credentials are validated by a domain controller. After the node's credentials are validated on the domain, the node starts the process of joining the existing cluster. To do so, the node passes its credentials to the existing node and requests for a remote procedure call (RPC) binding to be created. During this process, the existing node's local security authority validates the credentials of the joining node with a domain controller. If the node is valid, the local security authority receives an access token (password hash) for the joining node from the domain controller. Finally, the Cluster service on the existing node validates the credentials. Because the service account is the same, the existing node compares its own token with the token of the joining node. The service account of the joining node is validated, and then allowed to join if both tokens match. However, if you do not restart the Cluster service on the existing node, the existing node still has the token that was created by using the old password. The tokens do not match and the Cluster service on the joining node reports an "Error 5 (Access Denied)" error message. The authentication process is first attempted on the public network interface. If authentication fails, it is attempted on the private network interface. Therefore, two event ID 1107 messages are associated with the authentication failure. Back to the top RESOLUTION To resolve this problem, stop and restart the Cluster service on both nodes after you either change the Cluster service account or reset the password.
  24. Did you turn off system restore, boot into safe mode, then try it?
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