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jpeazy

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  1. Wow very cool, just looked at a few pictures on New Egg and you can certainly fit 12 drives in there. Did they provide modules to allow all drives?
  2. I built a home-brew PC just so I could fit 6 HDs within the case, well after a year they are all full and I am out of space again. What is the best solution to fit at least 10 HD bays. I assume some type of NAS, but I have never set up a RAID and I know now is the time I should. I would like some type of setup where I could add drives later and they would still be able to be implemented into the RAID. Are there any cheap cases out there, and what OS should this run on? If you could provide links to a tutorial it would be much appreciated
  3. Driver for nForce4 LAN

    I am running into the same exact problem. I have my valid MAC address however my IP is bogus (a 169). I have tried using both eth ports, disabling one at a time, and putting a manual address in and nothing has worked for me.
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