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[PanoToolsNG] Re: Invitation to participate - request for testing

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  • Keith Martin
    ... But watch your energy bills. Sometimes it is better to use external drives; at least that way you can turn them off when you don t need to use them. Our
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 27, 2009
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      >I would try replacing your power supply with a more powerful one, like
      >600 or 700 watts and maybe everything will start working again.

      But watch your energy bills.

      Sometimes it is better to use external drives; at least that way you
      can turn them off when you don't need to use them. Our computer
      setups are often the most power-hungry things we own, yet many of us
      have everything running the majority of every day.

      k
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