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QuickFilm 7300 Quickscan Guide

QuickFilm 7300 Quickscan GuidePublished on:  2015-01-30 11:29:45 by Cyadox

This is a tutorial on how to use the OpticFilm 7300 Series QuickScan function. Special thanks to Bill for letting us post the guide for others to use, and the use of his scanner.


With the Optifilm software installed (OpticFilm Series Setup Disc)... [more]

Water Cooling 101

Water Cooling 101Published on:  2009-01-02 21:56:08 by Dan

This section is under construction. I'm currently working on the writeup for some advice for would be water cooling people.

Specs:

Q6600 B3 Stepping at 3.0 Ghz
8GB DDR2 800Mhz Kingston Ram
Saphire ATI Radeon 3870X2
Sound Blaster Audigy 2ZS... [more]

Running an IBM ServeRaid PPC Card on Windows XP Professional

Running an IBM ServeRaid PPC Card on Windows XP ProfessionalPublished on:  2007-11-12 18:28:50 by Dan

Hey all,

Just thought I'd share a little bit of inf hacking with you, so anyone with a PPC IBM ServerRaid card, or any other card that has Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 Drivers, but no XP Drivers.

I bought this card for $4.95 off... [more]

Xbox 360 disc drive and hard drive issues

Xbox 360 disc drive and hard drive issuesPublished on:  2007-11-12 20:28:04 by Ghost

Xbox 360 Highway to Hell and back

You may have found yourself here referencing the following youtube video:


The following is an article detailing the repair of an Xbox 360 console. It is presented as an article and not a set of instructi... [more]

Custom compiling in GCC for your specific system

Custom compiling in GCC for your specific systemPublished on:  2008-10-13 15:50:18 by Ghost

Dan\'s post for SMP GCC compiling got my gears turning realizing that not everyone makes full use of the compiler flags when they build their packages. Hence, I write this.

When you either write your own code or download software to use, you usu... [more]

Multi CPU Compiling ( SMP with GCC )

Multi CPU Compiling ( SMP with GCC )Published on:  2007-07-01 08:13:41 by Dan

Well, I went on google tonight, because I realized I was being a dumbass and not utiliting all my CPUs when compiling using GCC. I looked for a while before finding an answer after using several terms that don't match the title of this article. I'm... [more]


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