WoW was being a bit problem on the hackintosh, refusing to install. Fortunately, it was a quick little fix.
My own look at the Windows 7 Beta.
Joomla’s full of options – trying to show submenus all the time was one that took a while to find.
DarkStar One was crashing in Windows 7. The solution involves deleting and installing some new files, but isn’t too challenging.
In DarkStar One, I was stuck trying to figure out how to get to Odia. Took a little searching, but I finally found it.
I hated “board index” showing up in phpBB3, and really wanted to customize it. It takes some template editing.
Trying to install XP with a SATA DVD-ROM drive was causing issues.
Sharing over a network in Vista has never been an overly fun task. I’ve had to do it a couple times now, so put up some instructions here.
Unknown devices in Windows are always a little frustrating, and certain motherboards are particularly problematic here. The unknown devices on the ASUS P5B-VM SE were solved with this driver.
A pretty in-depth look at lapping both a CPU and heatsink to try and improve the thermals.
Lapping a CPU – the process.
Creative Labs manages to alienate a large number of their remaining customers.
Trying to find Prime 95 for the Mac was a little tricky. After a fair bit of searching, I finally came across the download link.
Links to a couple other articles that contain BIOS settings for the P5K-E, just so I have them.
Making a simple chart in common spreadsheet programs for the Mac, and some observations.
A look at overclocking the E2140, and results!
A bit of a look at the Samsung monitor I bought.
A follow-up on the Kalyway OSX install experience I’d written about previously.
A lengthy run-through of the install process for Kalyway on the ASUS P5PE-VM motherboard.
It turned out that a cache issue in Joomla was caused by inadequate permissions.