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29th September 2008 at 18:50 in reply to: BDA (TV Tuner) support for Server 2008 x86 and x64 #47278
is there a solution with the not working button in home cinema?
x86 or x64?
nothing new? 😥
he wrote, he was a cracker…
which cracker group?
I think (THINK) flash does not work on x64 systems…
€: or with x64 applications.
my internet explorer x64 doesnt run flash, while the x86 version does.
please, don’t give up
not on my Vostro 1500
no glitches with aero…
keep going 😎
PC1: WS2008 X64 and Printer
PC2: Vista X32
on pc2 open the explorer, type “\name_of_pc1”
>>printer has to be shared on pc1<<
open “control panel – printers” on pc2
drag and drop the printer to the controlpanel
download the Vista 32bit drivers and use them
better now?13th September 2008 at 08:53 in reply to: BDA (TV Tuner) support for Server 2008 x86 and x64 #47277
I had trouble finding the files.
Here are the vista x64 files:
I am not responsible for any damage.
Sawo wasn’t online for quite a while…
I wrote a PN, but is there any progress in porting readydriver from Vista to WS2008?
guess who postet the readydriver……..
me 😀 😎
Update on Robson:
I got a 1GB Module now…
Unfortunately Alternate delivered a 512 MB Module than the ordered 1 GB…
I don’t know why: There are 2 Modules on the Robson. Maybe only one is shown, maybe it is really 512 MB.
I am now able to use it as a USB Stick…
€: Unfortunately, the Robson is recognised as a Harddisc. Eboostr doesnt create Cache Storages on HDs…
I wrote an email to the company:
I have an Intel Robson Module and I am able to use it as a Harddisc. Windows can write and read, the speed is incredible. Much faster than a USB Stick.
Is it possible to get eboostr making a cachestorage on a Harddisc?
I know, normally this is deactivated because HD’s are too slow. But the Robson Modules speed is incredible: Average 214,4 MB/sec average. Access Time 0,2 ms.