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Hello everyone, thanks for your help. I got free hosting from HelioHost. They seem to have great ratings, and realistic plans (250MB space, 2,500MB BW). They had the features I needed and I was setup in 5 minutes.
Hello yall, some may remember me from a long while back, but I don't know how much this place has changed :P.
I'm working on my Jr. Sr. Seminar, discussing CMS and CSCW. Part of that is I want to show off Fantastico package manager, so here's what I'm looking for.
The project is given Monday...
Athlon 1.6 is pretty old school, not to mention single core. Many hosts now offer a Dual Core Atom 330 with 1-2GB of RAM and 160-250GB of HD space for that same price, albeit only 1.5-2TB of bandwidth instead of 2.5TB.
I think a price tag of 25.99- 39.99 would be more appropriate for them.
I have the Samsung CLX-3175FN (color multifunction laser) and it is great. The toners easily get 500+pages more than rated. The toners are also the price of standard inkjet cartridges, about 39-43 on newegg.com. I get about 2,400 pages out of a black toner and it's only rated for 1,500.
Sounds like an over seller to me. I would say that you need to just get a new host. Care to mention the hosting company you're with? If you're in the market for a VPS though, I can personally vouch for Steadcom. I was with them for a year and it was the best hosting I've ever had.
I've been with Steadcom for about a year now, and I have nothing but praise for them. My tickets have been responded to at no more than 30 minutes, and this was past midnight. They provisioned my VPS with extra RAM in minutes, and when I had issues with my CC company that wasn't allowing them to...
I use WinAVI for my conversions. Works great, and scales well one 1, 2, and 4 core systems. Uses your system RAM, and your GPU as well if your GPU supports the specific algorithm (such as x.264 encoding). Costs some money but well worth the price to me...
Get a hirens boot disk and make it.
Open your start, right click on Computer, and hit Properties.
Select Device manager and let it get admin priviledges.
Expand Disk drives to see who makes your HD. WDC means Western Digital, then...