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  1. I have the Belkin F5D9630 and want to change the IP address to 192.168.1.3 However, when i go to the LAN settings, and change the address, when the browser resets, I am able to access the modem at all. All I want to do is, extend my ports and wifi to the upper floor of the house. Is there something I have overlooked? My settings are as follows WL600G - dsl-router (192.168.1.1) - Handles all my net, etc Netgear WGR613VAL - acts as a wifi entender I tried to follow the instructions here http://forums.atomicmpc.com.au/index.php?s...post&p=9602 but to no avail.
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    changing IP on belkin model/router

    Netgear WGR613VAL = wifi router + VoIP (all in one)intention of the F5D9630 = router + wifi (upper floor of the house) Not sure what you mean on version. I assume it is v1. Thanks Juggalo Scrub for your instructions. All is good now :D. Finally got things working.
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    iPhone Warranty

    just tell the guys that you have experienced cracks around the handset, better still, why not go to an apple branded store not a reseller. Unless of course, you are in Perth, and dont have an apple store nearby, then in that case, may i suggest that you call apples helpline and see if they are able to do anything for you. By the way, if you do want to sell the damaged iphone, give me a buzz, im trying to source a motherboard for my out of warranty iphone :(
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    Sub-Sub Notebook

    basically a eeepc? no?
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    Why do businesses have to screw everything up?

    lunchbox: care to share the ISP?
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    My friend was attacked on way home

    soon we will become like south africa and drivers will have all sorts of weapons down the side of their chairs to prevent incidents like this. however in oz we need to be careful, since we can get charged with battery if we react to the situation (and win!). better think twice
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    Pioneer Display Panels - The End

    its a sad day. they made a few panels there were really up there. Back when i was in SG, i remember spending my weekends up in Adelphi, looking at those high quality panels. Now I fear not being able to find one. As i suspect, some series are going to be sold at a premium.
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    Fitting a new HDD + Ram

    I'm planning on upgrading my HDD + ram. Now i want to know what is the maximum i could install for both. I am hoping to install 3gb DDR2 (1x1gb, 1x2gb sticks) and a 500gb 2.5" 5400rpm HDD. Now since i use my laptop for majority of desktop use, i am planning to buy a 7200rpm HDD. Would any of you know if it is possible?
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    Fitting a new HDD + Ram

    thanks for the response. i guess the most i can do is update the bios and buy a 500gb hdd and check it out myself. Will report the results once i have dont the upgrade (when i get around to it)
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    Fitting a new HDD + Ram

    thanks. One more Q before jumping to buy the upgrade parts. Will a 500gb HDD boot up? I have heard that some harddrives over 250-320gb wont boot up due to some restrictions. Any idea guys?
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    Fitting a new HDD + Ram

    IIRC my GPU is not shared with my system memory. I'm running a GeForce go 7300 with 128mb. Can anyone confirm? Or am I misled?
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    Fitting a new HDD + Ram

    thanks Khirareq for your reply. So both sticks of ram is user removable? But I believe winXP will not recognise 4gb of ram unless I switch to vista :( As for the HDD, if that is the case, I will have to reconsider the higher speed.
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    Fitting a new HDD + Ram

    I'm planning on upgrading my HDD + ram. Now i want to know what is the maximum i could install for both. I am hoping to install 3gb DDR2 (1x1gb, 1x2gb sticks) and a 500gb 2.5" 5400rpm HDD. Now since i use my laptop for majority of desktop use, i am planning to buy a 7200rpm HDD. Would any of you know if it is possible?
  14. just had to post in here.. ......... i think china condoms are as good as no condoms at all :p
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    Lian Li announces it's new PC-888 case

    sorry but def not my cup of tea. even the blue.......... abit iffy about that particualar shade
  16. no. back in sec school. i was known for my precision drawing (tech drawing class) of which seiko = accurate in japanese. citizen = human being. hence the name =)

  17. noted.... care to mention what is so funny?

    just like all other nicks.... mine got a meaning to it.

  18. yes, learning more and more by the visit.

    it be silly for me to post when i know jack.

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    Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1

    and with the exchange rates, dont expect prices to come down either
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    wl-520gc

    hi guys (and gals), i am just wondering if anyone has an ASUS WL-520GC wifi router?? Because I was given one, but minus the power pack. now i am curious as to what power pack it is, because i have an asus modem/router, but not sure if it is what i need. from what i gather the specs say 9v/1a but no mention of the polarity.
  21. Hi guys (and gals), I am currently running an Asus WL600G and all is working well. I have recently been given a Netgear WGR613VAL and want to know how to do the following. My current setup is as follows: WL600G is modem/router. It is wired thru the "smart wiring system". What I plan to do: 1) Enable the Netgear router to be used as a standalone router (wired) and as an access point in the house? I have disabled the DHCP on my netgear router, but I cannot access the router control panel (192.168.61.1), but I can access my Asus modem with no worries (192.168.1.1)
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    connecting two routers together

    thanks eckythump for your help! your details made it a breeze for me to get started. I choose option 1 for the following reasons:- 1) the netgear router only support WPA protection 2) not enough ports for me to use as a router for the whole home
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