Category Archives: TCPIP

Ultimate alarm clock

I’m thinking about making an alarm clock as none of models I see in stores have all the features I want. I was thinking some of the features could be upgrades that you connect while the clock is off. Here … Continue reading

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More on the Zune 4.0 & related stuff

Well I just made another large post on the Zune forums about the issues I’ve had with the 4.0 software & other related stuff. It made me realize I forgot to mention another issue is they seem to be abandoning … Continue reading

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More issues with the Zune 4.0 software

I now believe that the Zune testing teams should do more testing on dealing with podcasts. They should do some of the testing on low speed Internet connections & see if the Internet is still usable while the software is … Continue reading

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Zune & Audible

Well I just noticed today when I was syncing my Zune that it somehow generated a play list for Audible, but of course as things go I get to notice the issues. For some reason the Zune software can’t sync … Continue reading

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I found out why Zune 4.0 was killing the Internet for me

Today I woke up early & couldn’t go back to sleep. I just remembered something is that I’ve installed some updates on my computer & realized that it might be Microsoft restricting the tcpip.sys file to 10 half open TCP … Continue reading

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