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    Re: 1080 vs 1260 resolution

    What sort of PC and are VLC and your graphics drivers up to date?

    It's usually not the resolution that is the issue but rather what kind of codec has been used for the recording. For example an...
  2. Re: Recommend a wireless access point or similar, wifi issues?

    Given the exact same feature set of both options including the clone wifi button I get suspicious that maybe it's the same circuit board in both.

    digging a trecnh is the best solution, I just...
  3. Re: Recommend a wireless access point or similar, wifi issues?

    I don't really care about speed, more about stability. The existing setup is actually failry quick using D-link powerline adapters and the TP-link router but the network lockups it causes are really...
  4. Re: Recommend a wireless access point or similar, wifi issues?

    Looking at a few options to replace all the functions to the shed in one device. Any comments on these options?

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    Re: Your help, please

    The amps listed on things is often just a max figure and higher than what will actually be used. Most likely more of a guide to what size power supply to use rather than an actual load number.

    I...
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    Re: Do I have reason for complaint?

    Just a little bit of info regarding fibre because it comes up a lot where people see fibre in their area and can't get connected or get a huge quote and can't see any justification for it.

    There...
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    Re: Windows 2004 Defragging SSD's

    I hesitate because I might have this wrong too... but I believe when SSD's fail the data is normally still able to be read, but you can no longer write to them.
    At least that's the claim I remember...
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    Re: Do I have reason for complaint?

    It sounds like fibre isn't available, but you could always ask to be sure. Fibre running down the street doesn't mean much by itself, it depends what kind of fibre and what it's for.
    There needs to...
  9. Re: Some kind of headphones for splitting sound???

    Depends if it's a software or hardware thing, some pcs used to have a physical switch in the front panel jack that disconnected the sound from the sound card when a plug was inserted, and if you...
  10. Thread: RJ12 or RJ11

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    Re: RJ12 or RJ11

    Well thanks, but I don't have cataracts and I generally see blue just fine :)
    The links in question though, I can see the difference now that I look for it but it's not exactly obvious.
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    Re: Win10 - Your phone companion

    I've always skipped that option on setup. Never saw the point. Texting from the Pc might be easy I guess, but who cares.
    There was / is ? a samsung app that was supposed to do the same thing between...
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    Re: Windows 2004 Defragging SSD's

    I think I got that completely wrong after doing some more reading :0

    Just don't go using defrag tools on your SSD and it's probably fine.

    The regular optimization windows does on an SSD every...
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    Re: Windows 2004 Defragging SSD's

    I'm fairly confident the "don't defrag SSDs" wisdom is well established and for good reason. SSDs have limited write endurance and don't suffer from significant performance issues with fragmented...
  14. Thread: RJ12 or RJ11

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    Re: RJ12 or RJ11

    oh, the blue is very hard to notice on this screen :)
  15. Thread: RJ12 or RJ11

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    Re: RJ12 or RJ11

    http://www.differencebetween.net/technology/difference-between-rj11-and-rj12/#:~:text=The%20only%20difference%20between%20these,is%20a%206P6C%20wiring%20standard.&text=RJ11%20is%20a%206P4C%20wiring,sl...
  16. Re: What type of Huawei phone is good for taking photos?

    I traded all my records in and slowly replaced most of them with CDs. The few I couldn't replace I recorded to .WAV files on the PC and burnt to CD. It was the early days of CD burners and I was...
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    Re: Is it feasible to fix a rangehood?

    If it's one of those fancy looking stainless steel jobbies witht he big chimney looking vent thing it might be worth fixing, mine is just a cheap regular white range hood vented through the wall and...
  18. Re: Recommend a wireless access point or similar, wifi issues?

    Back when the TPlink router was my main and only router it worked really well, since attempting to use it as an access point not so much.
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    Re: RJ12 or RJ11

    Not all cables have all of the wires and sometimes not even all of the pinn, and different things use different pins. Phone usually works though, pretty sure it's just the middle two.
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    Re: Spark Fibre Unlimited with UNPLAN

    Yes from my other thread I'm having ongoing issues with an old router I reused as a wifi access point. I had to reset it after work again tonight to get my internet working. I don't know what it does...
  21. Re: What type of Huawei phone is good for taking photos?

    There was a reason I used the word "arguably" with regard to film. It has some advantages and the resolution is very high but it is not a clear winner and preference comes into it.

    As regards to...
  22. Re: What type of Huawei phone is good for taking photos?

    Yeah Kenj I get that, When I'm planning a trip somewhere scenic I take my camera. But the rest of the time I have my phone so it ends up being what I take most of my photos on.
    That's what I was...
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    No pets, no kids, just me.
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    I don't want to turn the cameras off largely because it would need to go for weeks without an issue for me to even start to feel like it was solved, and then I'd turn them back on and it might happen...
  25. Re: Recommend a wireless access point or similar, wifi issues?

    I use the powerline adapter to avoid digging a trench to the shed. It's about 6.5M and there's a concrete path I'd neeed to go under. Been considering running a cable for years but just didn't want...
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