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21) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 31 (Message 1229583)
Posted 9 May 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Considering its surroundings, I'd say that it is the lighthouse in the middle of nowhere.
22) Message boards : Number crunching : Limits raised ? (Message 1229221)
Posted 8 May 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Yep, I've noticed the same thing on my cruncher. Don't know if the CPU limits are raised too.
23) Message boards : Number crunching : It Lives, It Lives !! (Message 1228517)
Posted 7 May 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
... I decided to use an E7200 C2D processor. 4 GB of 1200MHz DDR2 RAM and an old XP Home installation ...

...The only teething problem was, due to the amount of memory allocated to the GPU's. The total amount available for the OS was barely a Gig.

...The next plan is to install Linux on it and make it a REAL beast.

T.A.

I'm just hoping that your next OS would be x64 in which case 'The Monster' should see more than barely a gig. ;-)
24) Message boards : Number crunching : HELP!! Windows 7 problem - System Check (Message 1208651)
Posted 22 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Couldn't help but notice that you're still using initial release (403) of bios for your mobo. It never hurt to update to latest version (1302) especially when some sort of problem is present. It may not solve it, but in any case you should have some benefits.


ya i know :( i have the MAXIMUS-ASUS-Extreme-1302.ROM on my desktop since yesterday. i have an old floppy drive in a desk ... i m just waiting my friend comeback to me in a day or 2 with a floppy connector cable :S
i couldnt find any floppy connector anywhere in my house :(

i ve check all the BIOS upgrade "txt", and none are talking about this problem fix :( so i dunno. it should be written in the fix lists.

You don't need a floppy, try using ASUS Update V7.17.06 to update bios from within windows. I did that countless times without any problems. Of course the usual conditions for such procedure must be met. Another easy way to upgrade is from bios itself. These days it may be smarter not to use flopies at all, except if you just walk out of the store with brand new drive and pack of discs and even then you wont be 100% sure.
25) Message boards : Number crunching : HELP!! Windows 7 problem - System Check (Message 1208631)
Posted 21 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
I don't think so, 275.50 seems to operate correctly like 266.58 does, You could try 266.58 or 275.50 and see if one or the other will fix Yer problem.


i already have the 266.58 in my driver /directory. was the one i was using before trying that last 296. :(

i ll retry them with clean install. and also i ll try the 275.50 too

Couldn't help but notice that you're still using initial release (403) of bios for your mobo. It never hurt to update to latest version (1302) especially when some sort of problem is present. It may not solve it, but in any case you should have some benefits.
26) Message boards : Number crunching : HELP!! Windows 7 problem - System Check (Message 1208096)
Posted 20 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
get Malawarebytes installed and updated / and whatever the AV you like.
and wont get problems.

i m happy you resolved it, it s a real pain that thing.

Yep, it's a royal pain in the asteroid, corner pocket that 8 ball, who ever made the thing.

ComboFix did wonders for me in the past and it's proven to be a major painkiller for that type of crap. I always gave it a chance before I start reinstall everything from scratch.
27) Message boards : Number crunching : Out with the multi-GPU motherboard... (Message 1208095)
Posted 20 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
I think those light peak boxes or a vidock might be more cost effective.

These products to expand that a machine was designed to do are always good to see.

That's a nice thing to have if you want to empower your laptop, but is there any cost effective solution for desktop people who doesn't have the means (i.e. myself) to upgrade their motherboards (and anything else that might came along with it) to enjoy multi-GPU environment?
28) Message boards : Number crunching : Updating for upcoming apps..... (Message 1205592)
Posted 13 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
... How does one run opti apps for GPU MB and stock apps for CPU AP ?

You can download stock app (link is for Windows/x86), copy the file to your project folder and edit app_info accordingly. I did that when AP 5.05 came to life. Tho, I'm not sure if you'd need ap_graphics_6.01_windows_intelx86.exe and 3 other related text files.

OTOH, it would probably be wise to listen what Eric and Richard have to say about it :-)
29) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 29 (Message 1205485)
Posted 13 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Mexico yes, which I am advised is regarded as being in Central America.

Mexico is in North America.
30) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 29 (Message 1205420)
Posted 13 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Maybe North America?
31) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 29 (Message 1201366)
Posted 1 Mar 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
France?
32) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 29 (Message 1199354)
Posted 24 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Is the second in Washington, DC
Third in New Mexico, USA?

No and No

Are you sure that the second one is not in Washington, DC?
33) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1197340)
Posted 19 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
I think I've posted something very similar (and very close) to that one, over a year ago. Interesting is that Tulio gave correct answer and Carlos was wondering about what is so special about that place :-)
34) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1193953)
Posted 11 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Entrance Pavilion of the "Old City" (Icheri Sheher) Metro Station, Baku. Azerbaijan


We have the winner.


pm sent.
35) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1193842)
Posted 11 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
City - Baku
Total floor area – 2,000 sq.m.
Client – "Gadish Gurevich International"
Lighting – IGuzzini
Design - Irina Lichtenberg, architect, in conjunction with Mazo Levi Lichtenberg Architects and Town Planners.

So, what is it?
36) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1192979)
Posted 9 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
An office to do with Oil or Gas production?

Neither of these two. It's more like the entrance to someplace.
37) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1192832)
Posted 9 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
a museum in Azerbajian?

It's not a museum but it is a symbol of post soviet Azerbaijan.
38) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1192516)
Posted 8 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
Yeah, you're right...
clue: Think of Beluga caviar and oil.

39) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1191955)
Posted 6 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
I'm guessing from the replies that it could be Georgia, Azerbaijan or Kazakhstan depending which river you choose as the European-Asian border.

If not those then an outside possibility is Cyprus, which geographically is part of the Asian part of Turkey, but politically is European, (must point out that is not the Turkish view)

You are right. The country in question is one of the first three.
40) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Mystery Photo Game 28 (Message 1191907)
Posted 6 Feb 2012 by Profile Zeus Fab3r
No, but you're getting closer.


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