Have you ever experienced that the system service "Media" climbing to the top of your application list on the Battery tab on your Android device? I had this particular problem, and it took me a very long time to actually figure out what caused the problem.
I recently upgraded my main computer to a new shiny Intel Z68-based motherboard with a 2nd generation Core i7. A really nice piece of hardware, I'd say. But while I was setting it up I had some very odd problem. When I plugged everything in and wanted to boot it, it just didn't want to boot any devices (but the EFI BIOS loaded without problems), it reset instead.
Yesterday I helped my father to install his new computer with Windows 7. For several reasons I shall not mention, it was in the best interest to take the hard drive of the old (broken) computer and copy all the data from it to the new. What he (and me) wanted was to keep all the settings and other stuff and just reinstall his programs. That meant copying the entire AppData folder under his user account in addition to his normal files. During this process obviously all files had kept the old SIDs, and as they weren't matching his new SID (on the new computer) I was having problems accessing the files. Lots of stuff didn't work. I was getting "No access" messages left and right when I tried to change the permissions of those copied files. That is when it dawned on me that even though his user account was registered as an administrator, it wasn't able to change the permission bits on those files.
A very good dissertation about what kind of writable optical media is the best. His suggestion about Taiyo Yuden DVD+R I'm sure going to follow. Recently I've had lots of issues with Verbatim DVD-R (MCC 03RG20), probably because of a slightly old…
Jaja, nå er tydligvis ingenting sikkert lenger. Tenk deg en eller annen tvilsom person på stranda om sommeren med et slikt filter på videokamera eller fotoapparatet sitt... Egentlig er det ganske overraskende at vi ikke har sett dette før, når man…