Mike’s World of fun stuff (pinball, games, electronics, amusement parks, computers, more)
Today, I was trying to wipe a hard drive on my gaming machine using DBAN 2.2.6 and kept seeing two "unrecognized devices" in the list of available drives. When trying to run the DBAN wipe, it would crash, complaining about /dev/sda and /dev/sdb.
On February 16, I sat down at my Windows 7 based Media Center HTPC to watch some Netflix streaming shows, and was instead greeted with an Internet Explorer window stating "Navigation was cancelled". Here's how I fixed it.
If you've got a QNAP NAS and some file in your music library is causing the QNAP's iTunes server to die, here's how you can track-down the problem and fix it.
Check-out this awesome LED persistence of vision project some guy made from leftover junk in his parts box. The video (inside the post) is worth a million words.
I finally decided to bite the bullet and bought a real NAS for use at home. I decided on the QNAP TS-219P for a number of reasons I'll discuss in the post. Also, I have plenty of screenshots showing the QNAP UI and a couple simple benchmarks comparing the performance to a USB disk attached to an Airport Extreme.
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