I just upgraded my Virtualbox from 4.2.18 to 4.3.4 on my Windows 7 host, upgrade went smooth and without problem.
When i tried to start virtual machines i got VT-x is not available. (VERR_VMX_NO_VMX) error on all of my VMs.
My PC’s processor doesn’t have VT-x hence the “Acceleration” tab on VM’s Settings > System is greyed out so there is no way i can change it from GUI. Virtualbox does run well on version 4.2.8 so i find it strange that 4.3.4 give error that VT-x is not available.
To fix this i had to run commands from command prompt:
VBoxManage.exe modifyvm "<vmname>" --longmode off
Change <vmname> with the name of your VMs from the list in Virtualbox.
By default Firefox only have 9 tiles on its new tab page, say we want more tiles on it we have to edit manually the configuration by typing about:config on the address bar.
You’ll then get the “This might void your warranty warning“, click on “I’ll be careful I promise” button to continue (and you should be really careful as wrong edit might break your Firefox)
When I tried to check for update on my Eclipse from Help > Check for Updates I got Unable to connect to repository error.
To fix this add the setting below on Eclipse’s eclipse.ini file:
Today i tried to install Debian 7 64-bit on a HP ProLiant ML350 G5 server and having problem with its network card firmware/driver not included with Debian 7 installation CD.
The driver for bnx2 was not included because it’s a non-free firmware/driver, hence i ended with Debian installation without network connection.
After a search on Google, i found another CD image on Debian website which contains non-free firmware/driver that you can find and download here: http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/unofficial/non-free/cd-including-firmware/
I love my Asus Zenbook UX32VD because of its nice design, dedicated graphic card, full HD screen and upgradeable RAM and HDD. I have upgraded my UX32VD with additional RAM so it has 10GB of RAM, replace its HDD with a Samsung 830 SSD and do a fresh install of Windows 8.
Everything went perfect and smooth, Windows 8 installed fresh without problem. It took me several hours to figure out all drivers needed to be installed so there is no ‘unknown’ devices on Control Panel device management without the need of installing all Asus software crap.
Now, as many UX32VD owners I also had a problem with the fan goes “on off, on off” every 2 seconds or so. The fans goes on when the processor/GPU temperature reach on 50 celsius and goes off when the temperature reach around 45 celsius which is a very short range. 50 celsius is easily reached when you browse a website, then the fans kicks in and when your browser finished loading the page, the fans goes off.
I got a Verbatim Store ‘n’ Save 3TB USB 3.0 External HDD which showing 2 devices on my PC, one with a capacity of 2TB and one with a capacity of 746GB. This cause the HDD to have 2 drive letters and I have to split data into 2 devices which of course annoying.
On the document it’s mentioned that the HDD purposely divided into 2 devices to maintain compatibility with older operating system. Since this are 2 devices (not partitions) hence I can’t modify it thru Windows 7 Disk Management.
After upgrading WordPress from 3.3 to 3.4 my WP installation is having problem with the visual editor. The visual editor’s icons didn’t shows up and it got stuck on HTML mode. The Visual and HTML becomes disabled (clicking it doesn’t do anything). When I try to edit an existing post, the text color are white which of course making it unreadable because the text area background color is also white.
On CPanel 11.30+ when you go to “Main >> DNS Functions >> Nameserver IPs” and found that the nameservers listed is wrong (this might happen if you just finished doing server migration), you can fix it by following these steps:
1. Make sure that you already update the child nameservers to the new IPs and its fully propagated.
2. Go to “Main >> Server Configuration >> Basic cPanel & WHM Setup” and click on “Assign IP address” button on each of your nameservers. Make sure that the IP being shown on the pop-up window are the correct IP for your nameserver.
3. Login to your server as root and run the script: /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/updatenameserverips to update CPanel nameservers list.
4. Check “Main >> DNS Functions >> Nameserver IPs” again and it should show the correct settings.