The downside to installing WordPress plugins is the junk often left behind in the database when you remove them. Here’s what I came across (and removed) in mine.
A somewhat brief list of some quick-and-dirty “best” advanced settings for Handbrake, based on v0.9.3.
The northbridge on the X58 PRO-E is notorious for getting hot. I walk through the process of pulling the heatsinks and applying new paste to bring those temps down.
I look at the Sonata III with a comparison against the old piano-finish variant.
Bringing the MSI GT735 from Vista 32-bit to Windows 7 64-bit.
Addressing stutter on the Mac using VLC 1.x, with a screenshot to help along the way.
A look at the DWA-160, with a deeper focus on the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz aspects.
The downside to relying on AWSTATS for statistics tracking through WHM is that if you move to a new host, it can take some manual work to get that data transferred. Here’s how I did it.
Trying to get the LaserJet 1600 working on Mac OS X isn’t a simple plug-and-play experience, though it is possible.
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.
Lapping a CPU – the process.
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.
A look at overclocking the E2140, and results!
A detailed pinout and instructions for using SPDIF via the Audigy 2.
The power savings by using LED bulbs in a vehicle can be substantial. But how about replacing the small bulbs in an instrument cluster?
I measure the current pulled by regular automotive bulbs, and then by their LED replacements. The difference in power draw is substantial.
A brief, but fun riddle that involves transporting 3 people in the shortest number of trips possible.
I grabbed my first ever USB hub – the i-rocks IR-4300 and gave it a whirl. Pictures, specs, and instructions are included.
Installing the ML-1210 on Vista, and over a network is a painful combination. I managed to do it, but it took a lot of trial and error. You’ll see why.