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Lots can cause this sort of issue.  I see it a lot dealing with domain environments.  I would highly doubt it's bad ssd or hardware related at all.

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Found Deals and Discounts / Re: Free Software from Microsoft.
« on: February 24, 2013, 07:15 PM »
Free and Microsoft in the same sentence... I'm all over this.  Thank you hollow buddy :D

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Wanna post the information that you have? That would allow some of us search guru's a chance to look for the information...

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eh im sitting on a coffee table currently lol.

since i blew two psu few weeks back. im on my dedicated linux box now, and it's in the living room lol. no good chairs in here :(

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I plan on entering, just need to come up with a cool app now :)

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Living Room / Re: Seagate
« on: April 12, 2008, 12:44 AM »
A lot of times with external drives. they are just normal drives tossed into a case that has a usb interface.

THIS WILL MORE THAN LIKELY VOID THE WARRANTY I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY heh...

you could potentially remove the case. remove the drive. if it's compatible with your PC. more than likely it is, it would be ide... plug it up and run smart that way.

i had Google around for usb smart versions and notice what you mean, sorry I've never owned a external drive. usb just seems slow to me. and i always fear things might happen,,, like me dropping the enclosure lol

there's a usb version of the software i pasted a link to, it says specifically maxtor and 2 other drives. I doubt it would work, but might be a last resort type option...

tho honestly if it's still under warranty, might just want to send it back.

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Living Room / Re: Seagate
« on: April 11, 2008, 09:36 AM »
Have you checked the SMART status of the drive....read / write errors usually indicated bad hardware... not necessarily the hard drive. but bad hardware none the less.

Have you tried using different usb ports? if the PC has a bad port, using another one / one on a diff hub might help.
(if you plug it in front, plug it in back...more than likely they don't share the same usb hub)

http://www.ariolic.com/activesmart/ active smart for windows

ps if you use linux you can use smartmontools

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DC Gamer Club / Re: Lets get organized so we can get gaming!
« on: April 10, 2008, 07:00 PM »
my xfire is p1p2kk...

i own

PC:
BF2
BF 2142
Assorted Steam Games
COD:4

Xbox360 + LiVE iD: pip2kk i think i could be wrong lol been awhile
halo 3
cod:4
GTA (pre-order)
saints row

and i just downloaded sauerbraten

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http://www.nliteos.com/

that app will be able to load 3rd party drivers onto a xp cd...or more appropriately a iso that can be burned to cd

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Living Room / Re: about to switch to a Widescreen LCD.
« on: February 17, 2008, 03:55 PM »
i have both a 28inch widescreen hdmi monitor and a 20inch 4:3 crt...honestly i dont know how i lived so long on 4:3 lmao

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thats absolutly correct setup of dns tho. in the zone files where the nameservers are setup...on the dns server. the ip for the nameservers is hard coded into the config...
this is more than likely just an issue with dns along the way. i would bet more on local isp than domain root servers....

do you by chance have a linux box handy? if so, next time this is happening. try dig donationcoder.com

when you do this make sure the box is set to query your isps dns servers...if this failes. then your isps dns is failing...

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