Got the new motherboard in the other day, and thought I'd post my thoughts of it.
First off, the general layout of the board is great. Most of the connections are grouped together on the board, making wire management easy with wire ties. I like the general color of the board to. Nothing to overly flashing. Simple black PCB, with a variety of white and black PCI connectors.
As far as options, I noticed them right off the start. I always run a bench test, to make sure everything
This kind of baffles me, there is no default screen lock for the Snow Leopard desktop. Either way, to enable it go into /Applications/Utilities/ and click on keychain access. Under the keychain access menu, click preferences, then click show status in menu bar. A little lock will appear in the menu bar. You can now click it and lock the screen.
Hope that helps others!
I was getting this error when trying to start the automatic update service in windows xp sp2
This worked for me:
Error 0x80004015 when Automatic updates fail with WSUS Server | Windows Reference
After I got this running I was having problems with the BITS service,
KBAlertz.com: You may receive an error message that contains the 0x8DDD0018 code or the 0x80246008 code when you try to download updates from the Microsoft Windows Update Web site or from the Microsoft Update Web site
Thereís, like, three stages to earning a Project Management Professional certification and youíve got to do a ton of work before you even start training for the exam. First, you have to have 7,500 hours of project management experience before youíre even eligible to take the exam. Fortunately, Iíve got a Bachelorís Degree, so Iím eligible for the exam with only 4,500 hours. But still, this is a pretty hardcore certification. Once you have those hours, or concurrently while youíre building those
Updated September 14th, 2009 at 12:03 PM by bpadraic