if apart from the Nas that stopped working the UPS also did the same
I bet the battery or batteries are dead or dying.
Prior to the power...
the first PC controller is probably sata 2 the last one sata 3.
that gives you the difference in speeds.
However this is a subplate amp. It has only on mains fuse.
I have built many subs in the past with similar plate amps. There is only one mains...
The sub has power i.e the led is on. therefore fuse is fine.
firstly the rca cable should be in the line in of the sub(e.g. the white...
I assume windows 8 has something similar win7 msconfig. Disable everything in the startup tab and see if you have the same issue?
I would lean...
so it happens when the desktop has appeared?
I would disable all extraneous startup programs
I read you re installed win 8 did you install any...
Just create shares via the synology manager app that you get with the nas and install in windows.
It will do what you are asking. I have a...
can you hear them spinning up? Maybe the usb port on the tv does not have enough power to power the HDD.
I would look at the network side of things. wired/wireless chip overheating?
if the hard drive is not detected in bios then hard to do the above.
I say try new sata cable if no change the controller is gone.
yes the ones that I had, you could put a password on them so that they only communicate amongst themselves and ignore any others that happen to be...
here is one that will do the job
you have updated to the latest bios? if that has been done try an increase in voltage to the ram/chipset to see if it eliminates the issue.
sorry was thinking of the 530
I was going to buy an intel however went for a Samsung 840pro. I liked how everything was made in house with Samsung as compared to intel (i.e....
yep just bump the voltage on ram and see. do a memtest afterwards!
what type of power conditioner are you using?
I assume you removed drivers and reinstalled them?
Try a few ferrite cores
put onto the tv power cable and see if it improves the situation.
what type of psu in the HTPC.
I would say an electrically noisy powersupply is causing the issue.
Is it affecting anything else. AM/FM radio,tv?