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  1. 3BB internet not working correctly

    I think when this topic thread was started in 2014, ThaiVisa 3BB users were relying on static electricity generated by stone knives bear skins to get on the Internet. You might consider opening a new thread as FO connections aren't the same as your neanderthal uncle's Internet.
  2. Technically, you only need a pure bred 'bitch', and arrange to have her 'serviced' once a year by another purebred. We have a young Thai friend in Bangkok who breeds and sells 'registered' pups. Usually raising 6-8 pups at a time he uses social media to pre-sell and develop a waiting list, building anticipation, posting the adorable puppy pics along the way. He chooses small breed / miniatures and sells them at 10,000 THB each. For him it works because of his social media presence. But he has an audience with disposable income who like looking cool with a dog in their handbag. Otherwise you wind up giving most away to avoid the ongoing cost of keeping them.
  3. Hint: Two molecules of hydrogen, one of oxygen. Normally expressed as H2O, but I guess you're a chemical engineer. Perhaps you know the definition of a chemical engineer - too smart to be an engineer, too dumb to be a chemist. HOH is the way it's expressed when playing with the tinkertoy model.
  4. Tank less water heater only warm water

    Panasonic DH-6GM4 (DH-6GM4T/W-T) 220V 3500/6000 watt, 3 L/m (minimum water pressure required: 0.2 Kg / sq.)
  5. Any of you teccie's throw some light on this ?

    ...though it would be nice to know what signals are on the cable to get the right USB Tuner type: Analog MATV/CATV old school channel Digital OTA Terrestrial (DVB-T2) digital streams Digital Cable TV (DVB-C2) as used by Cable Boxes with some channels encrypted and subscription only Digital Satellite (DVB-S2) highly unlikely it's this but possible But, yea, as KittenKong wrote, you can get a USB TV adapter off Lazada for not too much baht if you know what's being sent over the cable. Personally, I'd pony the money for a 4G Pocket WiFi Adapter and use the computer to watch stuff available off the Internet.
  6. I'd probably want to drain the tank and refill with new/fresh fuel. While it might 'burn off', you'd be experiencing drastic loss of power during those events.
  7. 10 mph seems very slow to me. Though, to be fair, Han did do the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.
  8. Weird issue / Win 10 Pro

    TeamViewer's standard installation is to use a 'random password', but this usually only gets regenerated on reboots or fresh startups. Check the settings in EXTRA / Options / Advanced (Show Advanced Options) -- Advanced settings for connections to this computer :: Random password after each session [Keep current] If I'm delegated managing the computer then I'll use General / Assign Account so the TeamViewer client will always be part of my user account. --- In the case seemingly related to the user profile, try creating an additional profile and see if those issue persist.
  9. WiFi wpa2 KRACKed, are you updating?

    In another article describing the KRACK issue: KRACK WPA2 protocol Wi-Fi attack: How it works and who's at risk A vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol used in secured Wi-Fi networks allows hackers to force devices to install arbitrary encryption keys. Here are the details of how the attack works. TechRepublic | By James Sanders | October 16, 2017, 6:37 AM PST Basically the article says that the KRACK vulnerability allows a third-party WiFi user to interrupt the client device negotiation process, forcing the current encryption key to be erased and a new key renegotiated... In Vanhoef's proof of concept against a phone running Android 6.0, the behavior of wpa_supplicant—a Wi-Fi library used in Android and various Linux distributions—causes the encryption key to be erased from memory after being installed the first time. As such, if an attacker retransmits part of the handshake, the library will reinstall the cleared key, effectively replacing the key with a blank one. According to Vanhoef, "This makes it trivial to intercept and manipulate traffic sent by these Linux and Android devices." He also noted that 41% of Android devices run Android 6.0 or above, where this behavior was introduced. At press time, a patched wpk_supplicant is in testing for Fedora, though no patch has yet been introduced for Ubuntu.
  10. Encrypted but no password needed .

    Open the Mac Keychain: Click Finder > Go > Utilities > Keychain Access In Keychain Access, select the Passwords category on the left to review the list of sites and services for which you've saved a password If you wish to remove a saved password: Right-click the entry, then left-click on Delete in the displayed menu
  11. Windows 10 Update to 1709

    Completed a new system image about 4 hours ago in anticipation of 1709. I got the 1703 patch update yesterday, but no sign of 1709 yet, and I'm on the Windows Insider Program Fast Ring. Woody Leonhard's website had a couple of entries on it It is known that all Razer laptop systems are incompatible with Windows 10 Version 1709 Build 16299.15 that is rolling out today. DO NOT UPDATE. Razer has not updated compatibility with their drivers to support this version of windows and it renders the trackpad, keyboard, and USB features useless when waking from sleep mode on battery power. ... Did EVERYBODY with Win10 update enabled get Fall Creators Update today? I’m hearing from a lot of people who were upgraded automatically. Today. Scary, if it’s more than a handful. I may need to put together an article on “What to do if you were unexpectedly pushed into 1709″
  12. Encrypted but no password needed .

    What are you using to enable 'encryption'? Does the encryption routine allow storing the password in the keychain? If using Apple FileVault or DiskUtility: Clicking on “Remember password in keychain” when entering the encryption/decryption password will allow the drive to be mounted on the Mac without entering the password on that Mac, but it will still require a password to be used on another Mac. For maximum security, it’s best to leave that option unchecked.
  13. While an Apple or iCloud ID can 'consist' of any email address as the username, Apple's FaceTime application is an apple-only product and requests can only be initiated from other Apple products. It''s possible someone else was using (or even fixing?) your mother's computer and tried to test the FaceTime application for whatever reason using the email or phone number probably already stored in apple contacts. Here are some 'howto' articles on FaceTime for a quick cliffnotes: Use FaceTime with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Learn how to use FaceTime to make video and audio calls from your iOS devices. support.apple.com FaceTime: The ultimate guide How do you use FaceTime to make audio and video calls to anyone with an iPhone, iPad, or Mac? Easily! iMore.com | By RENE RITCHIE | Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016
  14. If you have an Android or iOS device, then Google Translate allows you to take a 'picture' of English text and will OCR then Translate into other languages, like Thai. As for English to Thai word or sentence translation I really like http://www.thai-language.com/dict
  15. WiFi wpa2 KRACKed, are you updating?

    Vulnerability Notes Database -- Vendor Information for VU#228519 Link to Cert.org List of Vendors affected by the WiFi wpa2 KRACK attack
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