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IgorM

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    IgorM reacted to Lurick in Cisco switch 2960 bootloop   
    Weird, I would have expected c2960-lanlitek9-mz.150-2.SE4.bin to work fine too since that's in the same train but hey, it's working now so that's good
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    IgorM got a reaction from Lurick in Cisco switch 2960 bootloop   
    found out that version c2960-lanlitek9-mz.150-2.SE6 works just fine. Don't know why the other versions didn't
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    IgorM got a reaction from dalekphalm in Where can I find Windows   
    we get it, but, the thing is an official and totally legal copy from microsoft is more expensive so what me and @dalekphalm suggested is to get an OEM one that is cheaper. As he said, G2A and other grey market sellers are not guarantee and you could loose them. If you want to go that way is fine but you should be aware. This  a very common question here in the forum and we can't teach you how to crack it or give you a shady website selling keys, so leaving it unactivated is the way for you to go since you want to save some money, which I totally get.
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    IgorM reacted to Windows7ge in A Beginners Guide to PROXMOX   
    PROXMOX is a powerful hypervisor used for hosting containers and virtual machines. The Operating System is available for free while offering repositories that you can pay for with a subscription. This guide will go over How to install the OS, How to disable the subscription notice and enterprise repositories that aren't free (if you're not interested that is), How to configure your virtual machine pools, How to add a CIFS network server, How to download and install Templates for Containers, and how to install your first Virtual Machine.


     
    1. How to Install PROXMOX
     
    2. How to Disable the Subscription Notice and Enterprise Repositories
     
    3. How to Configure ZFS Storage Pools
     
    4. How to Save a .ISO file on PROXMOX
     
    5. How to Bond a Network Interface Port
     
    6. How to Add a CIFS Network Server
     
    7. How to Download and Install Templates for Containers
     
    8. How to Install Your First Virtual Machine
     
    9. Hardware Pass-Through
     
    This concludes the PROXMOX Beginners Guide. If there's anything that needs revising or if you want something added just let me know.
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    IgorM reacted to dalekphalm in Where can I find Windows   
    G2A is a grey market key reseller.
     
    Personally, I have a moral obligation to avoid them due to their scummy business practices. Other users have bought from them and had no issues.
     
    Why do I think G2A (and others like them) are bad? Various reasons:
    1. Some of the keys sold on their site were bought with stolen credit cards. G2A seems to do little to nothing to discourage or prevent this.
    2. G2A holds you hostage with "insurance" (G2A Shield) if you have problems with your keys. In other words, they don't stand behind the keys they sell. You have to buy protection, otherwise you're literally gambling on whether your key is legit or not.
    3. G2A Shield often sneakily is added as a subscription with a recurring monthly fee. Some people have found that they are getting charged even though they didn't intend on buying Shield.
    4. Sometimes - if your key came from illegal sources (such as Credit Card fraud) - your key will be deactivated, sometimes months or years after purchase. This is more common with game keys, but can still happen with Windows keys. You'd have to have bought the Shield insurance to get a new replacement key from G2A.
     
    With all of that in mind? Most people seem to have good experiences, and there ARE totally legit legally acquired keys on there. So if you absolutely cannot afford a proper key, you could buy here.
     
    Me? I won't ever give them my business.
     
    If you're using the computer to make videos (for YouTube, I assume), I personally think you should just cough up the money for a legit copy. They're only around $100 or so on places like NewEgg:
    https://www.newegg.com/microsoft-windows-10-home-64-bit/p/N82E16832416892
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    IgorM got a reaction from dalekphalm in Where can I find Windows   
    you can buy an OEM key from a legit store website like newegg
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    IgorM got a reaction from Metallus97 in Where can I find Windows   
    yes they do. I activated 3 machines using 3 different Windows 7 Pro Keys
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    IgorM reacted to Mira Yurizaki in How to move windows 10 from hdd to ssd without losing data?   
    You have a few options:
    Clone the drive. Some manufacturers have a tool that clones the HDD data onto the SSD. The only requirement is that the currently used space on the HDD must be less than the capacity of the SSD. You can also use tools like Macrium Reflect, but it may be more finicky.

    If you go this route, verify the clone worked by booting into the SSD, not by accessing it while booted from the HDD.
      Make a system image of the HDD and restore it on the SSD. This requires more work and may require that the C:\ partition can fit in the SSD, minus padding for the system bootloader and whatnot.
      Install Windows onto the SSD. You still have to reinstall your apps on the SSD. However, I have a way of getting all of the pertinent data from the HDD to the SSD so that you can more or less get back on your feet:
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    IgorM reacted to dalekphalm in LTT Videos don't have youtube ads, did he get demonetized ?   
    Not every view gets an ad. Advertisers buy allotments, and there are so many "impressions" (aka, only so many views) available for each allotment. YouTube spreads this out - it also varies heavily between regions.
     
    So sometimes you won't get an ad on a video.
    Of course - whitelisting YouTube so content creators I like can be properly compensated. It's a fair system, after all. They make content that I don't have to pay for, in exchange for watching a few seconds worth of ads.
     
    If I decide I don't want to watch those ads anymore, I can always subscribe to YouTube Premium or to Float Plane.
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    IgorM reacted to cjgames in Saw this on reddit today, Linus need to see this   
    I saw this post today. This kid was seriously sick and LTTs videos keep him positive
     
     


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    IgorM got a reaction from AttackOfTheMoons in Point to Point Wireless Bridge   
    One thing you should consider is the speed you expect. The 300Mbps APs use an older wireless standard and slower speeds (around 60Mbps in reality). The 5Ghz ubiquiti one can give some good results for you but having some obstacles in the way is worrying.
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    IgorM got a reaction from Windows95 in SD card for a Samsung s7 phone?   
    Basically the classes are related with speeds, check out this detailed page https://www.sdcard.org/developers/overview/speed_class/
    The adapter is for transforming the micro SD card into a SD card, to use with cameras and plug into a computer or laptop that probably have a SD slot but not a micro SD one
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    IgorM reacted to sGerli in DIY VPN Pritunl Setup Tutorial   
    No need to download an extra client like Putty if you are on Windows 10 1809+.
    Windows now includes OpenSSH, just open a cmd or powershell and type 
    ssh hostname  or
    ssh user@hostname  
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    IgorM got a reaction from TVwazhere in Show off your latest purchase!   
    Sony NEX-3 camera, it came with some accessories including a shotgun mic that I sold. So the camera ended costing half of what I paid, quite a bargain. It's a older camera but still quite nice for a compact mirrorless and has some great features of a pro camera.



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    IgorM got a reaction from soldier_ph in Show off your latest purchase!   
    Sony NEX-3 camera, it came with some accessories including a shotgun mic that I sold. So the camera ended costing half of what I paid, quite a bargain. It's a older camera but still quite nice for a compact mirrorless and has some great features of a pro camera.



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    IgorM reacted to ionbasa in Show off your latest purchase!   
    Got a 10 gallon fish tank in early december. Got its Nitrogen cycle started with media and some water from my other tank. Recently started planting it and added some fish and shrimp in there. Added Lava Rock and a decoration. There is a Marimo moss ball hiding behind the lava rock on the right hand side to give the shrimp a hiding/eating place. There is currently 7 fish in there plus 3 shrimp (there were 4 but one died by getting caught in the filter ?). I will be getting some smaller plants in a month or so and planting them during the next water change.
     

     

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    IgorM got a reaction from ionbasa in Show off your latest purchase!   
    Sony NEX-3 camera, it came with some accessories including a shotgun mic that I sold. So the camera ended costing half of what I paid, quite a bargain. It's a older camera but still quite nice for a compact mirrorless and has some great features of a pro camera.



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    IgorM got a reaction from Mister Woof in Motherboard doesn’t have place to plug in power switch   
    Right there, no?

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    IgorM reacted to Donut417 in Educate me on Plex please   
    Shortcomings wise plex doesnt run well on all streaming devices. Up til recently the Live TV functionality ran like dog shit on Fire Sticks. Strength wise it can transcode on the fly and Plex is very versitle when it comes to setups. I for example store all my media on a NAS and use an old desktop for transcoding.  My Plex setup runs on Ubutnu current LTS release. Runs fine, I havent had issues unlike when I ran it on Windows 10. Just the setup on Linux might be a bit more invovled.  Plex could pretty much give two fucks where you storage is. It can be internal or extenral.  Transcoding is based on what streaming devcies you using. Prime example, I have the Plex Pass which allows me to do the Live TV recording. OTA TV is done in MPEG2. My firestick has no issues, the two Roku sticks in our home wont do MPEG2, so it will transcode if eaiter or both of those devcies are being used with Live TV. Further more, Plex pass also gives you Hardware Transcoding. Depends on your hardware you can utilize that or just do sofware transcoding. To be clear, hardware transcoding happens on the GPU side, but it only does VIDEO, Audio will still transcode via your CPU. All my media besides live TV are in MKV format. But thats because all my devcies support MKV.  Keywords here. Make MKV and Handbreak. Those two pieces of software will help you out.  I only deal with DVD's at the moment. I think make MKV can do Bluray, but it might be hit or miss. Just be aware that blurays are probably going to be about 25-50 gigs if you want full quality.  The first step should be looking at the devices you want to stream to. Determine what video/audo formats they support. Next would be to rip your media in to that said formats. Keep in mind that if your device doesnt support the resolution that the video file is in, it will have to transcode that file as well. So its good practice that if you do 4K videos, that you also maybe do a 1080P version to keep for devcies that dont support 4K. 
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    IgorM reacted to Bananasplit_00 in Tech Quicke and lies about free Windows   
    i mean its about as free as winrar
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    IgorM reacted to Murasaki in Tech Quicke and lies about free Windows   
    I assume free as in it wont lock you down if your trial expires.
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    IgorM got a reaction from Lurick in Plex Media Server   
    yes you can, just go to your server settings on plex an under network there is a section you can add ip addresses that are allowed to access your server without an account. Here is a better explanation with some screenshots https://www.howtogeek.com/303282/how-to-use-plex-media-server-without-internet-access/
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    IgorM got a reaction from Bruno_A in Plex Media Server   
    yes you can, just go to your server settings on plex an under network there is a section you can add ip addresses that are allowed to access your server without an account. Here is a better explanation with some screenshots https://www.howtogeek.com/303282/how-to-use-plex-media-server-without-internet-access/
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    IgorM got a reaction from Den-Fi in Plex Media Server   
    yes you can, just go to your server settings on plex an under network there is a section you can add ip addresses that are allowed to access your server without an account. Here is a better explanation with some screenshots https://www.howtogeek.com/303282/how-to-use-plex-media-server-without-internet-access/
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