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cadabri

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About cadabri

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  • Location
    Amish country PA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Photography, Gaming, and general technology

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  • CPU
    Intel i7-5930k
  • RAM
    24 gb ram (2x8gb) (2x4gb)
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 2080
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide SPEC-Omega RGB
  • Storage
    Boot: 256gb ssd Other: 2x2tb hard drives
  • Display(s)
    HP 27c, Benq sw271
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i
  • Keyboard
    Razer Huntsman Elite
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba Elite
  • Sound
    Razer Nomo Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS 9670

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  1. Sorry about the vague question in the title, but this takes some explanation of the situation. I have been facing issues with my internet for a while, random disconnects, the like. I always thought it was just spectrum being spectrum, but yesterday over the course of 4 hours my internet disconnected 50 times, exactly. I can tell this because my NAS sends an email whenever it gets disconnected from the network. Again, normally I would attribute this to the network provider, however this time not only was there no internet, but there was no WIFI being broadcasted at all either, neither my phone
  2. Well, my other camera slider is extremely simple, just four wheels on carbon fiber rods. I actually know a photographer who makes all his stuff, in a manor very similar way to this to shoot commercials, and sells a kit to do it (Though he uses an acme leading screw instead of the timing belt I am planning on using) and a few other minor things. I don't think the mechanical is the main issue, I think the coding is by far going to be the hardest part.
  3. I beleive the other m.2 drive is for the wireless card, and is tiny. I tried disabling legacy and everything, and made sure all M.2 drives were enabled, its such a strange case.
  4. Ohh okay, so basically with that code it will just operate the slaves that just run whatever the master tells them to?
  5. That was kinda what I was getting towards, with each "Module" (The pan/tilt head, or the slider) having its own little cluster of electronics to talk to one master. I wasn't sure exactly what wireless card to get. I have seen some wireless cards being directly coded to, such as in the video attatched, so I'm not sure if something like that would be best or whatever. I just wasn't sure if a master arduino or pi would be able to pick them all up and talk to them at the same time or not.
  6. The Bios has next to no options, went through almost everyone available. Forget the exact model that the computer is, but the mobo can be found here, https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04872085 The SSD is a WD Black 1tb Board is from like 2015, no updates available for it.
  7. Hey guys, I'm really struggling here. I recently got an M.2 SSD to upgrade from my older SATA SSD boot drive (Which I believe is on its way out). I was able to get the drive in, and windows to recognize it. Today I was going to go ahead and do the install, and I was able to install windows into it, however when I then restarted my computer, it stated that no hard drives were detected (I unplugged all the other drives). I went into the BIOS and there it also said no other drives were detected. I then went and plugged in the other hard drives again, and the old OS drive loaded up no problem, and
  8. Hey guys, I am looking to make a custom camera slider using stepper motors and Arduinos, but I wanted to see if it is possible to do what I want. Most of the ones I see online, use a system where the motor and its controller directly connect to a controller. I was wondering if it would be possible to instead, connect them to a wireless card or something, which then connect back to the controller, so the controller can connect to different accessories as I build my own ecosystem (Such as motorized turntables). The video below I roughly what I am basing my design off of, but I would like the pan
  9. Hey guys, I'm really struggling here. I recently got an M.2 SSD to upgrade from my older SATA SSD boot drive (Which I believe is on its way out). I was able to get the drive in, and windows to recognize it. Today I was going to go ahead and do the install, and I was able to install windows into it, however when I then restarted my computer, it stated that no hard drives were detected (I unplugged all the other drives). I went into the BIOS and there it also said no other drives were detected. I then went and plugged in the other hard drives again, and the old OS drive loaded up no problem, and
  10. So, my final solution ended up being just using my Stream Deck. I should have realized there was a plugin to do it for me. I just remade the logo to be applicable for me, and look a bit prettier.
  11. Its fine, that is basically all that is available though, are for swapping between two computers
  12. Like I said, like that, but in reverse, so swapping between two peripherals for only one computer
  13. I have not, though I wonder if Razer Synapse has that functionality
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