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For Christmas I got a new case for my desktop, but I have a small problem: the front ports are all USB 3.0 (despite the listed specs of 2x USB 2.0 and 1x USB 3.0), but my motherboard doesn't support it. Not a big deal, because there are PCI cards that support USB 3.0...except I can't find one with 2 internal 19-pin headers (which I need to use all three ports). I've checked all my usual places, and if they're out there they aren't easy to find.
I could of course get 2 PCI cards (I have the space now, and they aren't that expensive), or only attach two of the ports, but ideally I would like to be able to do all three with just one card. Or the really weird set up of one header to a card, and the second converted to a USB plug and run out the tubing holes in back and plugged into an external port of the card. So if anyone happens to know of a PCI card fitting that description, I'd love to know where I can get one...
I haven't been to CP for a long time and when I finally got here, the only place I visit is The Lounge. What the hell is wrong about this forum? BTW it is fun to observe how CP subtitle changes over time... When I was registering it was homely "Your Visual Studio and .NET Homepage", at some point of time it changed to a serious "Programming Resource", and now it is a social "CodeBook For those who code". I think it accurately describes the evolution of CP Merry Christmas!
I've been a Dr Who fan since the 1980's. One thing I've noticed with the 'new' Drs has been a lot more tendency to depend upon action and special effects instead of story line. I still watch, but my wife will only watch episodes from the first six doctors.
Where are concepts like Logopolis and Castrovalva ? Rose was very good - closest thing we've had to Lela in a long time.
I've not seen the latest, so without commenting on it, is anyone else somewhat disappointed?
"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." - Albert Einstein
"As far as we know, our computer has never had an undetected error." - Weisert
"If you are searching for perfection in others, then you seek disappointment. If you are seek perfection in yourself, then you will find failure." - Balboos HaGadol Mar 2010
As a software developer, I know what makes a good software. But when it comes to programming them, gosh! I had a lot of night-outs, especially when making a browser engine.
I already have a boot loader, Linux kernel. But now, I have a doubt. Is it necessary?
Update: Everything is not coded in HTML or JS. It does supports the normal compiled ones. But it is not yet confirmed that which executable type to use.
It is not interpreted in a web browser but in a browser engine. You really do not require an internet connection as they work offline. Everything works offline until or unless you want to update the application or download a new one from appStore.
14 year old Web, Software, OS dev, author, music composer and CEO of OneNode ORG.
It's easy to design with Web Technologies so it will make software development easier. But.. it will not enable us to make background services or softwares like Rocket Dock or Rainmeter. A high school student can make his own application as many schools are teaching Simple web development (and of course how to use Visual Studio).