Figured out the problem.
For anyone in the future with same problem:
My ram is DDR2-800 but when I switched to 677mhz in BIOS settings it worked....
I've run memtest again after 1 pass seems ok.
I just went ahead and sent another 30 dollars on RAM anyway because in a hurry to fix this problem....
I have a strange computer problem I need help figuring out the culprit.
I have a system with the following:
I am looking for a network card for my laptop. I found 2 network card within my price range.
Intel Centrino 6205
Thanks. I will download and try.
I have been given what looks to be an old ip cam.
I tried plug into both my laptop directly and also my router.
I tried using ip cam...
Ok a bit confused with setting dhcp pool.
As you can see by the image above, my DHCP range should be between 192.168.0.10 and...
Both laptop and router connected to LAN of old router
I have got a router with ip 192.168.0.1
I got an old router DLink 2740B
On the old router I turned off DHCP server, and changed it's ip...
ok Thanks for your help.
Ok so let's say it's a block of copper instead of block of iron for a better comparison.
Your answer should still be true, The wire is too narrow...
Coil 1 will induce emf into coil 2. Current will flow only if coil 2 is part of closed circuit.
If we replace coil 2 with say a large...
Good to know.
Thanks for the help.
In picture above I have 2 pairs of parallel conductors.
If current is being increased, direction of induced field on...
This is just for homework.
Because I am thinking wouldn't mmf also be affected by how tight coil is wound, radius it is wound at, conductor size?
If I have 2 coils with same number of turns and current but one is loosely wound and one is tightly wound do they have the same mmf?
Not sure if right section.
I found out that AV can only display a maximum resolution of 420TVL.
If I get example, a 900 TVL camera can connect...
ok I will look into that then, thanks.
I am searching around for ways to limited a devices bandwidth connected to WiFi in my home.
I have stumbled upon Managed Switches which...