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    Default Re: 8 Milo peng per second ... Thread XXI - Huat Ah!

    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN View Post
    new one tat I'm still trying to figure how to fix. didn't get OS for it, since I got "spare" HP XP loh.
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamerz View Post
    hahaha....cant...all the cd gt tag to the bios de...so u need the correct bios fm the manufacturer to use the cd...
    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh View Post
    Wahsay! They still do this despicable thing!
    It has always been like that ...

    I have tons of HP machines here... all with keys ... but once activation count is exceeded or hardware change you got to call up m$hit to get a new code.. and they'll ask you what machine you're using it for and what you did to it Eg. RAM Upgrade.

    Damn troublesome la

    but also not a bad way to get a girl's contact .. hehehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL View Post
    It has always been like that ...

    I have tons of HP machines here... all with keys ... but once activation count is exceeded or hardware change you got to call up m$hit to get a new code.. and they'll ask you what machine you're using it for and what you did to it Eg. RAM Upgrade.

    Damn troublesome la

    but also not a bad way to get a girl's contact .. hehehehe
    actually, for my dell... changed quite a few things inside and still ok loh.. no reactivation required. even when I recently reinstalled on a clean HDD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN View Post
    actually, for my dell... changed quite a few things inside and still ok loh.. no reactivation required. even when I recently reinstalled on a clean HDD.
    Happened for my office PC when i upgraded the RAM.

    Better to do a clean slate install after the brand new system is up rather than using back the OS and when windows prompts for this and that.. its going to tear your hair out (or whatever left of it after figuring out what error is what) ... been through that path. Sick of it. So much time wasted that i just decided to format.

    Its the norm nowadays that probably if you're a heavy surfer / downloader / installer. On the average - 6 months need to reload PC.

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    Haha, post what pic sia... lol, i go there as a younger brother leh... not photographer...

    i did take a few pics la.. later post here e pros laugh until teeth drop how sia.. me leh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL View Post

    Its the norm nowadays that probably if you're a heavy surfer / downloader / installer. On the average - 6 months need to reload PC.
    I'm in, with my new pee cee... however, dun understand why XP Pro activation failed. error is wrong product key.

    Now, I got tri-cores working all 2.66GHz with PC-800 RAM.

    Once I settle the activation, I'll start migtation liao.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN View Post
    I'm in, with my new pee cee... however, dun understand why XP Pro activation failed. error is wrong product key.

    Now, I got tri-cores working all 2.66GHz with PC-800 RAM.

    Once I settle the activation, I'll start migtation liao.
    fast boh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Errz View Post
    fast boh
    feels the same leh.

    my old system same speed mah..onli not enuf RAM, so page like siao.

    mabbe I'll see the difference when I load CS3 and LR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN View Post
    feels the same leh.

    my old system same speed mah..onli not enuf RAM, so page like siao.

    mabbe I'll see the difference when I load CS3 and LR.
    yah try LR export.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Errz View Post
    yah try LR export.
    wait loh, trying to activate the XP first.
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    aniway, anione know how much is CAT5e cables? need 3 x 1m length. Now all my cables are Cat5 onli.

    mabbe get a gigabit switch too?
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    Default Re: 8 Milo peng per second ... Thread XXI - Huat Ah!

    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN View Post
    aniway, anione know how much is CAT5e cables? need 3 x 1m length. Now all my cables are Cat5 onli.

    mabbe get a gigabit switch too?
    CAT 5e? I crimp my own ... try getting from ISTM as they use better grade of RJ45 heads with shoe.

    Gigabit switch? I'm still using 100base.. fast enough ... gigabit switch, supports jumbo frames.. get the 3com model available from Mediapro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL View Post
    CAT 5e? I crimp my own ... try getting from ISTM as they use better grade of RJ45 heads with shoe.

    Gigabit switch? I'm still using 100base.. fast enough ... gigabit switch, supports jumbo frames.. get the 3com model available from Mediapro.
    hahaha...i tot u gona intro the cisco 1 to him...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamerz View Post
    hahaha...i tot u gona intro the cisco 1 to him...
    You want ah ... can sell you mine now being used at home

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL View Post
    You want ah ... can sell you mine now being used at home
    dun need...i dun need all this thing...now the 2wire 1 still alive n kicking...wait til it kaput then i will change...
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    Default Re: 8 Milo peng per second ... Thread XXI - Huat Ah!

    Something for those crazy shooters in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL View Post
    Something for those crazy shooters in this thread
    kool...but sure this info correct or nt?
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    Default Re: 8 Milo peng per second ... Thread XXI - Huat Ah!

    Quote Originally Posted by dreamerz View Post
    kool...but sure this info correct or nt?
    sure 100% accurate.

    Earth / Sun / Moon rotation are all fixed, so they can calculate the precise time the coordinates align for an eclipse to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstone View Post
    sure 100% accurate.

    Earth / Sun / Moon rotation are all fixed, so they can calculate the precise time the coordinates align for an eclipse to happen.
    will we be able to see it in singapore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstone View Post
    sure 100% accurate.

    Earth / Sun / Moon rotation are all fixed, so they can calculate the precise time the coordinates align for an eclipse to happen.
    but Sg onli can see partial leh.
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    Default Re: 8 Milo peng per second ... Thread XXI - Huat Ah!

    Quote Originally Posted by ~Arcanic~ View Post
    will we be able to see it in singapore?
    Here's a better link

    http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclips...Aug28-Fig3.GIF


    Total Lunar Eclipse of August 28

    The second lunar eclipse of the year is another total eclipse. It is a deeper event since it is the first central total eclipse since 2000. The eclipse occurs at the ascending node of Luna's orbit in southern Aquarius. Since the Moon is 2.6 days shy of perigee, it will appear 8% larger (= 1.2 arc-minutes) than it was during March's eclipse. The Moon's trajectory takes it deep into the southern umbral shadow, resulting in a total eclipse that lasts 90 minutes. At mid-totality the Moon's centre passes just 12.8 arc-minutes south of the shadow axis. This places the Moon's northern limb only 3.4 arc-minutes north of the axis while the southern limb is 15.4 arc-minutes from the umbra's southern edge.

    Since different parts of the Moon will probe radically different portions of Earth's umbral shadow, a large variation in shadow brightness can be expected. As a consequence of this geometry, the southern half of the totally eclipsed Moon will appear considerably brighter than the northern half. Observers are encouraged to estimate the Danjon value at mid-totality (see Danjon Scale of Lunar Eclipse Brightness).

    The penumbral phase of August's eclipse begins at about 07:54 UT, but most observers will not be able to visually detect the shadow until about 08:30 UT. A timetable for the major phases of the eclipse is listed below.

    Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 07:53:39 UT
    Partial Eclipse Begins: 08:51:16 UT
    Total Eclipse Begins: 09:52:22 UT
    Greatest Eclipse: 10:37:22 UT
    Total Eclipse Ends: 11:22:24 UT
    Partial Eclipse Ends: 12:23:30 UT
    Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 13:21:01 UT


    The Moon's path through Earth's shadows as well as a map illustrating worldwide visibility of the event are shown in Figure 3.

    At the instant of mid-totality (10:37 UT) the Moon will stand near the zenith for observers in French Polynesia. At that time, the umbral eclipse magnitude will be 1.4760.

    All of North America will witness some portion of the eclipse, but western observers are favored. The early penumbral or umbral phases will be in progress at moonset for observers in Maritime Canada. From the eastern USA, the Great Lakes region and Ontario, the Moon sets in total eclipse. Only observers to the west of the Rockies (including Alaska) will be treated to the entire event. All phases of the eclipse are also visible from islands of the Pacific Ocean, New Zealand and eastern Australia. Various stages of the eclipse are in progress at moonrise for eastern Asia. No eclipse is visible from Europe, Africa and western Asia.

    Table 3 lists predicted umbral immersion and emersion times for 20 well-defined lunar craters. The timing of craters is useful in determining the atmospheric enlargement of Earth's shadow (see Crater Timings During Lunar Eclipses).

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