Like most websites, this site relies on a large amount of images, videos, CSS styles and HTML files. On a monthly average, this site you are reading has approximately 1100 visitors, serving 5000+ pages and the data transferred is between 6GB – 8GB. The figure is on the increase and is approaching my hosting’s transfer […]
A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be on site to play with a HP ProLiant DL380 G7 rack server. The server was souped up with 2 x Xeon processors (giving total of 16 cores!) 64GB ECC RAM 8 x 142GB SAS Hard disk, running Raid 50 4 x 1Gb NIC iLO3 remote control The reason […]
NOTE [26 OCT 2010]: The following article will teach you how to extract a Sage ODBC driver from a PC with Sage installed, and then install the extracted driver onto another PC without using the installation CD. For Windows 7 users: I have been receiving many hits on this article from people searching for “Windows […]
I have been a proud owner of an INQ Mini 3G phone for about 6 months. It is easily the best small 3G handset that I have ever used. It has social networking features jam-packed inside (Facebook, Twitter, MSN, Yahoo, Bebo, Google, Skype), plus all the standard 3G handset feature such as HSPDA 3G web […]
I was helping a friend who has recently installed O2 (UK) broadband at his premises. He was using Microsoft Outlook and the first thing he noticed was that – he was unable to send/relay emails via his own SMTP server setting, although his incoming emails were unaffected. My initial diagnostic on his PC, was to […]
I was looking to buy a 3G MiFi Modem and this great article [http://dailyvend.blogspot.com/2010/03/unlocking-and-upgrading-huawei-e5830.html] summarised the procedures to unlock and modify the firmware. Clear and precise! Thanks very much, James.