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  1. If you want to keep the Win 11 installation intact then you need some kind of a backup software to create an Image of the drive, so it can be restored back to the drive at a later date. I really haven't look for a backup software that supports Windows 11. My usual go to Veem Endpoint for the backup. But I don't know if it is supported yet. Also it would require you boot up into the Win 11 one the 250GB to install Veeam. Clonezilla might work as well. If you don't care about the Win11 installation and just want the files and documents then just copy the files you want ov
  2. KVM won't work as is designed to share 1 monitor with multiple devices not one device multiple monitors. Same with an HDMI Switcher. There might be a device that can do the reverse but I don't know what that would be called. You could use an HDMI splitter to basically duplicate the HDMI signal to two screens. Unfortunately that will only work if the TV and monitor are somewhat same resolutions. My guess is they are not. TV is probably 4K and Monitor is 1080p etc.. It probably would still work but the TV would look crappy. Personalty what I would do is use software som
  3. Those Y, R, G, B look like they might be standard HVAC connections that almost all thermostats connect up to. It might be worth just buying a smart thermostat and connect it up and see what happens. Just buy it from a store with a good return policy and if it doesn't work you can take it back. I have an Ecobee3 that seems to do a pretty good job for me. I have it integrated into Home Assistant.
  4. Dear Gigabyte, This is how your should to handle a defective product. Thanks.
  5. Because you need to look into active optical cables, but they are very expensive. $400-$500 for a cable. At least for the HDMI 2.1 stuff. You could do steam link or Nvidia Shield streaming but I don't think they do 4K at all. I would probably recommend you just buy an older HDMI cable, it would still need to be active but I think they are much "cheaper" $100ish. never mind more like $200-300 for some 2.0 HDMI.
  6. I helping out a non-profit get some laptops. They need about 5. Minimum specs, 128GB SSD (but I would really like a 256 but I think we can get away with 128 as we don't store any files locally on the laptops themselves and the programs we use are big. 8GB ram 1080p screen Good keyboard and trackpad. Windows 10 I am in the USA. These computers will only be used for basic documents/scanning/printing/web browsing so we really don't need much. They do use software that requires Windows so no chromebooks, Windows 10 pro would be a b
  7. But without more information we can't really help. Even if you get the cards to physically connect, my guess is your going to have issues with software. When your getting into that old territory you could have issues with 16bit support and older OS not playing nice with newer hardware/older software not playing nice with newer OS. Remember even Windows 7 will have a hard time running on the latest hardware and that is relativity new in the context of this discussion. I am not sure about the Linux it really depends on what your using. Not saying it is impossible but if I had to gue
  8. Maybe something like this would work for him. https://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-PCI-Express-Adapter-Card/dp/B0024CV3SA
  9. Ignore my first comment, I didn't realize you were using the token validation not http validation for Letsencrypt. Also looks like your getting too many registrations for this IP. From the rate limits of Lets Encrypt, so wait 3 hours before trying again. But it is odd that your getting that. I would think it would be the same account not a different one. (I think accounts are from your email you used to for the registration. If it is the same it should be the same account I would think. https://letsencrypt.org/docs/rate-limits/
  10. I don't believe you can use port 8088 with Letsencrypt. It needs to be port 80 the standard HTTP port. Unless that has been changed it has been a year or so since I have looked at it. Edit, Never mind looks like your using the token validation not http validation. From the error it appears the token might be wrong. make sure it is right.
  11. Best bet is these document but it looks like it is behind a login. But there is a registration option, I didn't go that far to see how hard or easy it was to register. But maybe look at the datasheets? https://support.huawei.com/enterprise/en/optical-access/echolife-eg8245h5-pid-23112433
  12. You can do it but it would be very complex and cost way more then just buying a bigger storage for each computer. LMG actually did it already in their 7 gamers 1 CPU. They have a mega PC that runs 7 VMs. Those VMs are linked clones of a base VM. It is linked so they all think they have there own dedicated copy of a file but in reality all 7 are referencing the same physical data locations on the storage. But this works really well because if a VM changes the data the back end storage is smart enough to give it it own dedicated copy of the file containing the just the changes it mad
  13. I would really really recommend you match resolution more then you match the physical monitor look. Your not going to have a good time using a 1440p monitor with two 1080p monitors of the same size. Windows won't slide over nicely between monitors and the two side monitors will always look bury and crappy right next to the sharp 1440p monitor it just isn't worth it in my opinion. Getting all three the same would be best, If you don't want to then buy the nice center monitor and then buy two of the cheapest 1440p monitors you can find I found Acer V277U 27 is pretty cheap but there
  14. You should be able to change you DNS if not on your router on your PC/phone your using. Just go to the same place you would when your change your IP address but just static the DNS to something like 1.1.1.1 Cloudflare or 8.8.8.8 Google DNS. and leave the IP at obtain automatically.
  15. It is up for me as well, Sounds like an issue on your end. At least for me western US location Youtube-dl website ip is 95.143.172.170 maybe you have a DNS issue. You could try and hard code the DNS name to that ip address and see if that helps. Going directly to the IP you get an uberspace error page in German (I think). Or just change your DNS server to googles or something see if that helps. Also if you really need to download it their github page also has a copy of the program. https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl/releases
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