The wireless zero config may be helping.
It didn't when I shut it down originally, but when I booted it tonight, it seems to be behaving pretty well so far.
I'll try it tomorrow at the convention center to see how it works.
Well, I think at least some of the flack that Snorre receives is of his own making. There are times when he's ... well ... less than civil.
Wonder if he should change his name to Sneer when he's in one of those moods.
I'm doing very well on power.
I've been unteathered most of the day. I'm getting close to 5 hours.
I'm using speedswitchXP, set to dynamic switching. Screen turned all the way down when on battery. Limited wireless...
Originally Posted by snorre
Grab the first Intel guy with a Centrino shirt you find at IDF and tell him that they make crap products
The thought had crossed my mind ... at least for their ProSet software.
Originally Posted by Kamao
have you tried disabling Windows Zero Configuration? It worked with me. When it was on i lost connection all the time.
It was on ... just turned it off.
We'll have to see...
I'm at IDF and Nvidia demoed it today in one of their sessions. It's an MXM card running on an Alviso based laptop.
They didn't get into the specs at all on the card, other than it was MXM and PCI Express. Those MXM cards are TINY. ...
This is really starting to piss me off.
At first, I was thinking that the Intel 2200BG in my laptop kept dropping connections because of an incompatibility with my Linksys router.
Well, I'm in San Fran for IDF and both at my...
The 9800 is a tweaked version of the X800 for mobiles. So it's a cut down x800. Dell's already shipping it, so it's available ... the exclusive deal should be over.
The laptop ATI had in their booth with the 9800 today at IDF is...
Originally Posted by OGREtheBUFFOON
It's about time Intel comes under fire from Uncle Sam for being a monopoly just like M$.
Monopoly ... right.
AMD has 20% of the PC market, and add another 5% for...