I dunno. Just dont download all day long, just part of the day. Unfortunately I will have to say though, that if it is choking the network, then they have every right to slow you down. IMHO not much of a good thing to just cut your service though I've given out almost all the Windows XP, Vista, and you can install Windows 7 x64 with a x86 cd-key and will still register with Microsoft so that went to another friend.
I just been downloading it all so i have it backed up and could give the software to my friends when they request it. I haven't kept most of it for myself since i didn't need a lot of it, plus i have unlimited cd-key for Windows XP and Server I just want to thank you guys for all the help especially Deveant for taking up his time to find the acceptable use agreement. Lol you are downloading it then giving it out to friends. Your still breaking the rules anyway. My sympathy for your situation ended as soon as you said that.
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I have worked hard on my Ubuntu 9. Why not wait until you get to college? Suck on their bandwidth which is likely to be a lot quicker than yours? Check your fair use agreement with your ISP, 18GB a day, for just over 2 weeks straight is a hell of a lot on a basic web connection, even with my business class account it would raise eyebrows I pay extra to avoid these issues. The fact that your handing out MSDN software to your mates is stupid, but irrelevant here.
That will come back to bite you in the ass sooner or later, but this isn't it. You need to call your ISP, and talk to then in a polite, adult fashion, you want to ask them what exactly was the reason for the disconnection, and how you can both move forward from this in order for your connection to be restored, and if they feel you are on the correct service plan for your level of usage.
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Replies: 12 Views: Feb 24, PM Locked Cancel. Mastermind points. Feb 27, PM. Gregory, It appears your device is not in low-power mode. Some ideas: You could try removing the F device and measure the current again, to see if there is something else on the board contributing to this. Some handheld multimeters could "current-starve" the core upon power-up. When this happens, the device enters some weird state and may not have executed the code.
Please try the experiment with a bench-top multi-meter.
If you are using a quartz crystal as your clock source, oscillations should cease in HALT mode. Have the debugger connected and single-step thru the code to the point where the IDLE instruction is. You could "run-free" the IDLE instruction. Locked Cancel. Do you have another question? We are glad that we were able to resolve this issue, and will now proceed to close this thread. Ask a related question Ask a new question. In reply to Hareesh J : Hareesh, 1 Rather than remove the F I populated a new board with the same components except for the F a few resistors and caps are easier to install and removing and installing a pin chip :- and measured the current draw, which turned out to be zero.
Immediately after stepping into the idle instruction i get the following error: Can't Single Step Target Program: Error 0x85A5 Device may be operating in low-power mode.
In reply to Gregory Werkheiser : I have a feeling the flash memory is not being powered down. In reply to Hareesh J : In my code everything is run off flash right now, but i would have thought the halt example was running off RAM, isn't it? That being said, would it be possible to have a small section of code in RAM that is only called when i want to put the chip in idle mode?
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Where that section of code in RAM would just turn the flash off and then put the chip in idle. Yes, this is how typical applications handle it. It appears there is nothing wrong with your hardware, since you are able to connect the debugger just fine and single-step through your code. For now, you may want to stick with the ControlSuite example.
Please comment out the lines that configure the wakeup interrupt. In HALT, current consumption should be no more than a few hundred micro-amperes worst case. I recommend using a calibrated benchtop multimeter, rather than relying on the reading in the power-supply. Cool bananas! As the article states though, it still takes a particle accelerator the size of San Francisco to make 38 atoms of the stuff.
I'd love me some warp drives though. Joined: Mar 26, Messages: 21, Likes Received: 19, Very interesting. Joined: Oct 8, Messages: 1, Likes Received: 2, That's really cool, but I can't help but think, isn't it kind of dangerous to create this stuff?
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If it's so unstable one drop of it creates an explosion x that of a nuclear bomb, then is it really worth having around. Joined: Nov 19, Messages: 1, Likes Received: Joined: Nov 19, Messages: Likes Received: Fudge antimatter for powering our cities. Nuclear fusion is where it's at.
Only by products are water vapor. Fission is pretty decent so long as you have a safer way to get rid of the spent fuel without making bombs out of it lol.
They could probably make antimatter work if they found a trickle way of making it. Like a collector that only built up amounts that would only damage the reactor; instead of storing it you used it as it was being made so no significant amounts would have a chance to build up. Something like that might be viable as an energy source.
Anyways it's still freaking cool that they know how to do this.
I was always more amazed by the alcubierre drive.