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This review is from: Tek Republic TC-500B USB 2.0 Extend Docking Ball - 5ft
-Just an extension.
- No drivers.
-Weighted, not that you don't need two hands to pull the thumbdrive out of it.
-It's solid feeling, doesn't feel like a piece of hollow flimsy plastic that will crack after 10 uses.
Cons: None so far... love this extension..
Other Thoughts: I'm using it as an extension, I have a bunch of thumbdrives to load up with our literature.
So won't wear out the USB on the actual PC.
Puts the the usb port where it's utlra convenient.
Wears out, throw it out, get another , thank you.
More than cheap enough, so I"m buying a few more to keep on hand.
Pros: 4 ports, easy install if no problems. comes with 2 cable decent lengths.
Decent timely support from syba via email or their forum.
Cons: needed a bios update on my dell 990 , was at A06.
rarely, but it can happen, a bios update can go wrong. I hate having to do bios updates.
And for mine, I had to do A10 before it would accept A17.
Is this a "fault" of the card ? Not directly... but just a PIA, and something the support didn't tell me to try.
After updating them, they said, as I feel, they hate having people to bios updates, cause they can go wrong.......
Support figured the card was bad, and was very willing to supply an RMA, but I'd have to pay the return freight.
And as we know now, a replacement card wouldn't have fixed it.
Other Thoughts: This is a "3rd " hd for me, just for storage. My boot HD hasn't changed.
I could see the Marvel bios info during boot, and it sure looked as if the card was working at some level.
Win7 pro hung at the "windows starting" .... and the color twirling logo never appeared, and no activity light on my OS/boot HD.
I tried different PCI slots... the speed reducer jumper on the new HD.. nothing...
wasn't till I updated the bios... than it would boot into Windows...
Figured I'd post, so if others run into the same issue/symptom I had...
Here's a solution that worked for me...... Update bios without the card in the mb... after updating the bios and confirming your PC is a happy PC again..., than install the card.
This review is from: Delonghi DD50P 50-Pint Capacity Dehumidifier with Pump White
Pros: see my review by "N/A" on 4/3/2012 , of my 1st one we ordered. Just ordered 2nd DD50P
Cons: see my review by "N/A" on 4/3/2012 , of my 1st one we ordered. Just ordered 2nd DD50P
Other Thoughts: We did an extension some years ago, so we have two basements, separated by the old back basement wall. Access between the two via two door sized openings in that wall.
We placed the 1st DD50P we bought back on April in the old basement, and it almost did sections both well.. but could tell still needed a 2nd dehumidifier in the new section.
With some of the heavy rains we had this summer, the front wall of the old basement leaked as it does once in a blue moon. Small puddles on the floor. With the DD50P running, and with the pump feature.. puddles were gone in no time.
In the past, we never got away with just one, always needed two.
So we just ordered a 2nd DD50P.
Arrived very quickly after the order, and arrived undamaged.
Fired'er up, and away we went. Filled the bucket on less than 6 hrs... did that for a few days... now slowing down, 24hrs to fill the bucket. Yea, needed the 2nd one. Just now have to get the pump-hose over to the old basement where the drywell drain i
Display Name: Robert K.
Date Joined: 04/13/04
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