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About AndrewReaganM

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  • Birthday Apr 03, 1998

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    Oklahoma, USA
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    Computer Science Student at the University of Oklahoma


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    Intel Core i7 3770K
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    ASUS Sabertooth Z77
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  1. Assuming you are okay with losing all data on the disk, in my experience the best thing to do is to boot to the Windows 10 installer and delete all the partitions from in there. Then you can let Windows automatically create all of the partitions. Hope that helps!
  2. First, make sure you are plugged into your router/switch correctly, then try the built in Windows troubleshooting tool by right clicking on the network icon in the system tray and finding that feature (I can't remember where it is off the top of my head). If that does not work, try your best to install the network drivers. and run the troubleshooting again. Your computer does not seem to be getting the correct IP settings from the DHCP server on your router.
  3. See what happens when you type in "ping" in the command prompt. This is Google's DNS server, and I want you to try this so that we can see if DNS is your issue. Report back with the results of this, and I think we can get you going.
  4. Keep in mind that port forwarding works by forwarding whatever port you select from your external IP, to the internal IP that you specify. It looks like this: Internet Client (Friend's PC) -> Your External IP at Port 25565 (Your Router) -> Internal IP at Port 25565 (Your Computer) The red arrow is where the port forwarding happens, as all ports inbound are blocked by default. You are essentially opening a window for your friend's computer to access yours, but only at that port. Long story short, just make sure you are forwarding port 25565
  5. I purcased a TP link cable modem recently, and have been using it without a hitch on my 100 down 10 up connection. https://www.amazon.com/TP-LINK-DOCSIS-Certified-XFINITY-TC-7610-E/dp/B01CH8ZNJ0/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1502124386&sr=1-1&keywords=tp+link+cable+modem Keep in mind that with this or the CM600 you still need a routing solution, but it looks like you already know that!
  6. Go to the command prompt and type in "ipconfig" without the quotes, and see if your computer is getting an IP address from your router. If you want to, go ahead and screenshot or copy and paste the info from that into this thread so that we can look at it and see what is going wrong. Good luck!
  7. While I do not have experience with the router you posted, I can vouch that Linksys makes pretty good networking gear. The UniFi AP's are fantastic. I have been running one in my parents house for probably about 4 years now, and I have had exactly zero issues with it. I recently moved into my own place and installed one for myself - it has been fantastic so far. Another option for a router is PFSense on some old hardware, however power usage is going to be much higher with that, and you would end up spending $35 to $40 on a dual port nic. Unless you really want to set up PFSense f
  8. One solution to this is to set up a PFSense box and run 4 VLANs, one for each of the tenants and one for management of the network hardware (VLAN 0). You could then daisy chain managed switches (not ideal but works fine), one on each floor, and configure all but the ports required to daisy chain to that floor's VLAN. Then the ones that are used to daisy chain would be set up to trunk all of the traffic back to the interface of the PFSense box. After all of that is done, you could use any number of UniFi access points to tie a particular wireless SSID to a VLAN, so that
  9. I recently put all of my networking and home theater gear into a small closet thinking that I would not be an issue, however I woke up the next morning with the CPU fan on my Xeon based Dell workstation machine running PFSense running at full speed. Keep in mind this was at what was likely a peak 5% CPU load, and everything else in the closet was turned completely off except for my cable modem and 5 port switch. I am going to end up installing either a passive vent or a vent with some 120mm or 140mm fans attached. The passive vent should work fine though, as long as you install it
  10. I love my U2412M's. I bought one, then I bought two more beacuse I like them so much. Great colors and a backlight that, while at 100%, looks a lot like the surface of the sun. My first one is over 2 years old and the other two are about a year old. The stands are great as well.
  11. If you ever visit any enterprise Datacenter, they usually backup nightly to tapes, and have them taken to safe places, like vaults, usually in armored vehicles if I recall correctly. It is a great tool for long term backups.
  12. Talk about some extremists. Holy crap. I've been using Windows 8 since beta and just updated to 8.1. Only issue I have had is LucidLogix VirtuMVP likes to display a black screen. Just uninstalled it because I wasn't using it anyways. I have not modified any start menu/boot settings and am loving ModernUI. As for doing "Work" on Windows 8 I've done some pretty epic 18 hour editing marathons in Premiere Pro CC without dying, so that's cool. Multitasking is a snap... Literally. On my three monitors: M1:Foobar/Chrome M2: Premiere Pro or After Effects M3: Windows Explorer / Windows Explorer. How is