jorr

Member
  • Content Count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About jorr

  • Rank
    Member
  1. Jan, You were right. Was at work so couldn't check the machine until now. The pull out tray for the bay has an opening but the drive cage is solid on the side that is underneath the bay (the side with holes on the other!). Otherwise it would work because the drives site on their "side". FYI frozencpu.com for fans and cooling gear. Thanks, James
  2. Technical Information (for support personnel) Error Type: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005) [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] '(unknown)' is not a valid path. Make sure that the path name is spelled correctly and that you are connected to the server on which the file resides. /giftreg_login.asp, line 15 Browser Type: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0) Page: GET /giftreg_login.asp Time: Wednesday, January 29, 2003, 7:17:01 PM More information: Microsoft Support It seems to be a DB error. Line 15 of giftreg_login.asp reads: Login.ActiveConnection = MM_dsnless_STRING Piyono My guess is that there is a directory path (i.e. C:somedirectorysomefile) that ASP code is trying to locate. The path is correct for your actual web server but needs to be changed for your laptop. Given the info it is the location of the database that is seeking. Try this: Use windows explorer or My Computer to locate the database on your laptop. When you find it, copy the info listed in the "Address" field of that window and replace the code listed in Line 15. You will probably have to add the name of the database and the file extension ".mdb" at the end of this new path. This should work and you may need to change this in all the pages. James
  3. I have a Dell Precision 330 that I use for video work. Currently the hard drive "cage" has 4 drives (two scsi for video capture and editing; other two for OSes and programs). The 5" bay above the cage is free and I would like to install a fan that will send air down to the drives. The only devices I've seen so far are enclosures that a drive is attached to and then inserted into a 5" bay. Does the product I am looking for exist or any ideas? Thanks, James
  4. I have a Dell Precision 330 that I use for video work. Currently the hard drive "cage" has 4 drives (two scsi for video capture and editing; other two for OSes and programs). The 5" bay above the cage is free and I would like to install a fan that will send air down to the drives. The only devices I've seen so far are enclosures that a drive is attached to and then inserted into a 5" bay. Does the product I am looking for exist or any ideas? Thanks, James
  5. I have a Dell Precision 330 that I use for video work. Currently the hard drive "cage" has 4 drives (two scsi for video capture and editing; other two for OSes and programs). The 5" bay above the cage is free and I would like to install a fan that will send air down to the drives. The only devices I've seen so far are enclosures that a drive is attached to and then inserted into a 5" bay. Does the product I am looking for exist or any ideas? Thanks, James
  6. Athenian, Check the following sites for this question and your other one about a hard drive for audio work: -prorec.com (has an article on putting together your own Digital Audio Workstation; also has discussion forum you can search) -digifreq.com/digifreq/discuss.asp (forum and there are also some newsletters you can receive and search) I believe this is the set up you want for audio work: Primary Master - OS/Apps drive Primary Slave - DVD Rom Secondary Master - Hard drive for recording and working with audio files Secondary Slave - CD burner The only thing I am not sure about is if the DVD and CD drives should be the other way around. Searching the sites above will provide more info. James
  7. Just bought a Seagate drive that came with the DiskWizard software. Had it create my partitions and also copy the existing boot drive (Win2000 on a Dell) files to make the new drive the primary master. The formatting went okay. After changing the cable and jumper settings then restarting the machine, I get an error message saying that a file is missing or is corrupted: windowsrootsystem23ntoskernel.exe . I've checked and the file is on the new drive and the same file size as the original. I turned off all the programs and services I could think of (and was allowed to) before running the wizard. It runs inside Windows. Waiting for a response from Seagate but curious if anyone has experienced this before. Thanks, James