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Does anybody have a good method of doing this? I'm desperate, since I need to access this database when I'm without internet connection over the holiday.
Already tried /g/, btw, and they ignored the thread.
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Dear anons, I replaced my sink's hot water supply hose, and a few days later, the copper pipe that connects up to the faucet started to leak. It's a slow drip, maybe 10 drops an hour, if that, and only on the hot water pipe. I can't see the source of the leak.
I assume my working on it loosened something. Is my only option to remove the faucet? Would I have to replace the whole thing, or is there a spot I can repair?
HP Z800 mobo: a quest for soldering pads
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Posting this on /g/ didn't help at all, so I'm bringing it here.
I've bought nice dual LGA1366 motherboard for just $90. It is from HP Z800 workstation. I've made cables to connect it to regular ATX PSU and it powered up just fine.
But this motherboard seems overengineered and has so many unused soldering pads and holes for connectors, jumpers, leds, capacitors etc. I'm looking for some friendly HP support tech to appear with schematics (or parts of schematics) to possibly describe the mystery missing parts.
Second objective is to get it overclocked, it has a very common PLL IC, but SETFSB would not go over 137MHz BCLK. Two other methods are available: GRUB module and modding selector resistors for FSB selection PLL's legs.
And perhaps BIOS modding. But the best BIOS hacking resource, rebels haven is gone now, requesting an alternative (bios-mods.com is not actually good).