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  • Toshiba T3100SX German model OR at least the first computer we had I was alive for and remember. Original Specs were: Intel 16Mhz 386SX No Maths Coprocessor Conner 40mb hard disk Citizen 1.44mb 3.5" floppy drive 2x Serial ports and a bidirec…
  • Firmware: https://mega.nz/#!aHwkRSBL!uUku1o2BbqDjc3nph6nkKV8s5KMVhqtB4stVqtmndRk It appears removing and reinserting baterries is the method of resetting the camera.
  • See if you can find a firmware update and reset the camera to factory settings before (and if that doesn't clear it) update the firmware. Maybe try a factory reset after the update as well.
  • Zip250 drives are backwards compatible, so yeah they'd work. 750s can only read (and not write to) 100s, but this isn't a 750. Awfully strange choice on Iomega's part not to make it a 750.
  • Yes, but for advertising. With all those fancy big screens in vehicles and all sorts of connectivity, it is only a matter of when that telemetry will be used for profit.
  • @Windows99SE said: @yourepicfailure said: Uh no, that's not how it works. You haven't seen what I've seen happen mechanically to cameras. But I'll tell you, tapping or bopping almost never works to fix mechanical faults. …
  • @Windows99SE said: That would require tapping or bopping the camera until the thing is in the right place. Uh no, that's not how it works. You haven't seen what I've seen happen mechanically to cameras. But I'll tell you, tapping or boppi…
  • And a good idea is to make sure your batteries are fully charged. Some circuits may tolerate lower voltages (like the onboard computer), but something like the CCD & drive circuitry will not.
  • The problem is driving a CCD sensor (your camera has a CCD sensor, not CMOS) requires a lot of energy and precisely timed analog signals. Believe it or not, driving one of these is based on driving a image capture tube (e.g. Vidicon or Image Orthic…
  • Miscommunication between camera and sensor, didn't initialize the sensor correctly. Happens periodically with those digital sensors, as they have a specific procedure to initialize and control sensor, like a CPU. Pull out batteries, wait a bit, put …
  • @win32 I wouldn't be surprised if we had Win10 iot wheels, with the way things are going. Oh and iot connected vehicles. With all new telemetry collecting information about where, when, how you drive to deliver superior advertising to your car. …
  • In reality, I really was considering it. A year ago I actually evaluated how well Debian with CDE (don't ask, I have my reasons) would work for my application. The 3D programs had Linux versions, and it worked very well thanks to their universal lib…
  • Along the lines of ending support, I am surprised Microsoft grouped Vista Server (2008R1) with 7 server (2008R2) in terms of support. They supported both this long even though they have their differences. I will continue to run 2008R2 on my rende…
  • The reason for a loss of resolution is how the camera handles zooms beyond its hardware/optical zoom. As you noticed. This means that the lens&mechanism allow the camera to produce a true 3x zoom at max. However, to provide that advertised "s…
  • Well that was a suggestion to help your camera focus on something better. Most cheap P&S cameras that era use that as a de facto method. Some pricier ones had multi-point, and most ones today have it as well.
  • http://www.chrysocome.net/rawwrite http://freeextractor.sourceforge.net/diskwrite/ https://www.winimage.com/winimage.htm http://www.brutman.com/PCjr/pcjr_downloads.html keywords: ".img to floppy"
  • Welcome to the t3100 party. I'm glad someone posted on here about one. Which t3100? Your 10mb hard drive says original release. Non sx versions should have high res cga support, though 2 bit only dithering on the plasma. If you had the t3100e, it …
  • Unless it automatically puts out a .png in a set destination when you press that print screen button with no other interaction needed, then it's no easier than windows.
  • Ios 12, 11 are the worst. Nonstop glitches. I have se with 10.3.1 but with the version changed to 10.1.1 so I can keep the Videos app and not be forced to use that horrid "TV" app. And everything more or less works. And I laugh to those "gotta upg…
  • I also thank you. Would be interesting to give this a try. 10.4 is so slowww and hoggy. Never used this old of a release. How's the imagery support? EDIT: Hate to hijack a request, but it's a similar one: would anyone happen to have the Unix …
  • You need the nvme driver for your hadware. If your cloning software is WinPE based, it should be able to have it load. I have Symantec System Recovery (aka Ghost 15) and it allows me to load my windows x86 nvme mass storage driver.
  • Meh i had a antivirus that blocked programs from saving to my documents. Took me an hour to figure out why it didn't save. So some av just needs a lottle tweaking.
  • But I can still go online and pinpoint a bunch of forums and guides offering an assortment of downloads that violate the eula and copyright.
  • What gets me is the lack of effort on Apple's part on cracking down hackintoshes.
  • Hmmmm At this point either: Delete gfxui since it flat-out doesn't work. Or fix .Net. I believe for your hardware, gfx should use .net 3.x or 4.0. Uninstalling and reinstalling .net should "refresh" the broken components.
  • Might be useful for me as Toshiba took down the historical/legacy content off their eu website yesterday. Should've archived that stuff sooner...
  • Yeah this, but the problem is finding a viable vector method and remote execution. It's difficult right now to get it to work correctly on a variety of machines and configurations. The exploit exists, but there's a reason nothing that uses it is …
  • In reality, modern alternative processors and architectures are powerful enough to allow virtualization of x86 instructions for the transition. For windows a WoW solution (already made somewat with 10), and I'm sure Linux users would just happily re…
  • I don't trust cloud anything. I only use cloud storage to store some things I use on other computers. Never for backup of anything important. Why? Well out of the blue your cloud storage accound cna be terminated and lose everything. Not a true ba…
  • Yeah, and kernelbase.dll in the error log points further to a .net malfunction as well.