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  1. @Mark Kaine -Allowing the site to be visited / made use of. -A bunch of generic games I have never heard of. -No games get downloaded, they play in-browser. -the games are named: slope, 1v1.lol, basketball.io, run 3, no AAA titles here.. -That's part of the reason I asked about this here, there is no discussion I could find online about the legitimacy and safety of the multitude of these subfoldered sites. The intent seems to be to a "resource" for children to play ported flash-style games in-browser with not being blocked by the school's firewall - because of the domain
  2. thanks for the insight. i've put the full url through several webpage scanners, and run a full scan with A/V locally. a browser config normally alerts me to child's pc activity, but the school's browser-level login had broken that. young kids being turned loose on the internet at school without guidance snuck its way in to usage at our home. up till last week the school district had all children on a shared password, despite my objections. they had to change that finally because an elementary student altered classmates' tests for the 2nd time this period.
  3. My child recently came home with a sites.google.com/.. URL for "unblocked games". What are the risks of allowing this? Can't run a whois since the site is in effect a subfolder. Did run the full URL through virustotal.com - to an "all clear" result. None of the footer contact requirements are enforced. Any insight would be appreciated. Searches for "malicious unblocked games" and variations thereof yield no results. Could be benign as someone making ad revenue by hosting scripted ports of games.. Or it could be a lot worse.
  4. @AbydosOne yes that works, just as using the unitek usb->multi(using sata) adapter between a tertiary host computer and the ide->sata adapter does. The ide-sata adapter works exactly as it should when not behind either the inateck fd2002 dock or the orico enclosure. But as stated, using the sata port of a motherboard doesn't facilitate an offline clone of the drive, UNLESS there exists some distro which I am unaware of which would basically operate the motherboard as an offline clone machine (i.e.: clone the drive sector-by-sector WITHOUT mounting it, duplicating the boot sector and all)
  5. if it is not the CHKOSDA clock, it is a close facsimile. got in the ch3387-r i ordered, and it has clock, temp, countdown, alarm, and videos well.
  6. I have a hitachi 44pin pata (ide) drive rated at 5v 1A, which I am trying to clone offline. all the parts mentioned below have been individually tested to work on their own. I have used this adapter to adapt the drive to sata https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B085DJD9SQ Then from there, facilitated by this sata extension cable (with slight trimming of the housing of the dock-end) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FK63BTV I am trying to use the adapted drive with this usb dock fd2002 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00N1KXE9K but with the fd2002 it is only momentar
  7. @mariushm you understood the posed challenges and offered a perfect solution, thank you!
  8. I have been upgrading some specialized systems (upgrading the mobo & OS is not an option) from older drives such as pata/ide/DOM to m.2/sata/DOM (with adapters). Often the challenge is getting sufficient power to the original drive (outside of its original equipment) to be able to clone it. Most any connector can be adapted to sata. The only meter that i can find which inline meters the amperage draw of a sata power port is the passmark inline power supply tester for $350. I can pick up a nifty little inline usb meter for $10. Now i realize that the usb meter is only a single pass of 5v, a
  9. my best guess, one i hadn't purchased yet is CHKOSDA CH3387-R . I have one coming, so we'll see.
  10. Thanks, that video proves they are what I need, but I could not find a frame to lead me to a brand. I got all excited when i found the link in description for production gear, but the clocks weren't listed. Hopefully someone from LTT grip will find this thread.
  11. found this ultimate peripheral on craigslist, should i buy it to work from home? that keyword cloud though.. https://jackson.craigslist.org/eld/d/clinton-live-controllable-ai-hybrid/7194703838.html would love to see what actually got delivered. admins, i could not find where to put interesting finds, so let me know if/where i need to move this to.
  12. Where can I buy exactly the red led clocks used in background of some LTT videos? They are large, bright, and have a duty cycle that films well. I have bought and returned many that fell short. Thanks in advance. The cardboard pc case video uses them.
  13. so in a deep dive of the 1903 registry, searching 'amd' or 'ati' is madness. searching 'overdrive' yielded many lines similar to: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework\v2.0.50727\NGenService\Roots\C:/Program Files (x86)/AMD/ATI.ACE/Core-Static/CLI.Aspect.OverDrive5.Graphics.Dashboard.DLL] "Status"=dword:00000005 where in the 1909 registry, the dword values are 00000002 or 00000003. so any AMD guru's out there that can help me plan an adjustment based on compare?
  14. correct, MSI AB extend overclocking is not working. thanks for your help. nothing remarkable from the registry compare of the HKCU\Software\ATI\ACE\Settings key and children. making an attempt at the whole registry now.
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