Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


This user doesn't have any awards

About The_JF

  • Title

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I'm trying to deploy a Lenovo P53 through MDT. It manages to only gather local data and validate it, then I get an error "A connection to the deployment share could not be made. The following networking device did not have a driver installed. PCI\VEN_8086 bla bla bla" I've downloaded the driver from Lenovo and pushed it in my out of box drivers and updated the deployment share. Made sure that under Deployment share -> Windows PE -> Drivers and Patches I am pointing at the correct folder for driver injection. But I still get the same error. Am I doing something wrong or am I missing something? Could it be that my LiteTouchPE doesn't feed in the right driver? And if so, how do I force my driver into the LiteTouchPE?
  2. Solved: We opened up a lot of dynamic ports from the MDT server side towards our satellite office. The firewall in our HQ was dropping traffic on some ports.
  3. So I'm trying to PXE boot a Lenovo P53, but I get an PXE-E18: Server response timeout error. It finds the right IP adress and even the file, but the filesize is 0 Bytes. We usually do that over lan where the local mdt server is located and it's working just fine. Now when I'm sitting in another office with two different DHCP. We have a VPN set up through our Meraki firewall for the internal traffic between HQ and satellite offices. The HQ firewall is Clavister. I checked with Wireshark that my connection requests are coming through on port 67, 68, 69 and 4011 and I got 6 requests on port 69. We have also changed the packet size allowance between the mdt server and vpn. Bios settings are set to UEFI boot only, bios version is the latest Any thoughts or ideas on how to proceed in this troubleshooting?
  4. I don't delete on my ssd until I'm done with the project, unless I need to go to another shoot. I rarely have any issues with my windows or pc, so it shouldn't affect me at all. How do I force a trim on a drive?
  5. except that I could start importing them into premiere, even if it sits on ram as cache. It's going to end up there anyway after a while in premiere
  6. copying from a samsung T5 to a corsair force LE
  7. I was transfering 45gb of video files from my external ssd to an internal ssd. First 10gb or so went over with 450mb/s and then the cache on the ssd was full. My internal disk usage was 100% but it only used 29% of ram. Since I had about 35gb or so ram free, couldn't windows use it up to act as cache? If it's possible, then how do I it?
  8. I'm not really worried about algae or corrosion as I will be making sure I have the same metals on all ends and will be using proper coolant. My worry is mainly if I open up the AIO I have and add the GPU in the loop. Would my pump manage it and for better cooling effect I would be adding an additional 140mm radiator. Would the AIO pump manage that?
  9. The thing is that the Sea Hawk model already has the water cooling block. And I already have an AIO for my CPU. Instead of getting rid of both and getting a full kit I thought of saving a buck and breaking the AIO loop with an extra radiator and water reservouar for the GPU.
  10. I haven't done any custom water cooling before and I am buying a 2nd hand 1080 ti sea hawk from MSI. I already have a Corsair H115i for my CPU. My issue is that my case won't fit another 240/280 radiator. Best I could do would be a single 140mm radiator. Not so sure it would be sufficient and that I would get any benefits from having a 1x140 water cooling compared to a factory air cooling on a 1080 ti. So my idea is to combine the AIO cooling with custom loop for GPU. Would it be possible to run 280mm + 140mm radiators with an extra reservouar and perhaps an extra pump (if needed) in the same loop for both my CPU and GPU?