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  1. magilla's Avatar
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    JGToy said: View Post
    On this build my computer started to have sleep problems (it was waking up every hour and taking 2 to 3 hour to go back to sleep) , mine is set to sleep within 30 minutes of idling.

    To solve this matter I had to disable "Universal Orchestrator Idle Start" because it was the one responsible for waking it up every hour, now seems to be sleeping how it was suppose to.
    Thanks for this info @JGToy. Good to know.
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  2. JGToy's Avatar
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    magilla said: View Post
    Thanks for this info @JGToy. Good to know.
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  3.    #82

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there @martyfelkerI'm still playing with it -- I'm disappointed by the decision though to drop KDE as a desktop --if you like using ... Was thinking of upping RAM to 64GB but really not necessary -- those older XEON processors still "Kick ass" even compared to some of the newer processors out there. I could probably run the entire US Federal Govt income tax system on this machine !!!! with loads to spare.(Maybe I'll email POTUS saying I could do it and save US taxpayers a few billion Dollars !!!!!!!).Cheersjimbo
    Nice post, and very interesting setup you've got going there. But I disagree with you on the Xeon processors. They would get destroyed by today's chips. Especially AMD's EPYC.
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    smactilactus said: View Post
    Nice post, and very interesting setup you've got going there. But I disagree with you on the Xeon processors. They would get destroyed by today's chips. Especially AMD's EPYC.
    Hi there

    probably true -- but those older XEON's can really work well --you though do need a DUAL XEON system -- not a single -- and the thing really flies with SSD's and 32GB RAM.

    Having a dual processor (not a dual Core or even a quad core in a single processor - like some of the AMD CPU's) makes a really huge difference -- most people don't tend to have dual processor setups even on modern systems.

    BTW where I am Energy costs are insignificant -- My avergae electricity costs are around 0.35 EUR (36 - 40 US cents) a day with 3 NAS's on 24/7, a load of other stuff as well -- Planet earth supplies it almost for free from geothermal / hydroelectic stuff !!

    We might not have the best weather on the planet - but energy (Green / environmentally OK sources) costs are zilch !!!

    To all Brits -- I saw this afternoon on TV the sheer joys of those people in Liverpool this afternoon after their team won the Champions league football -- whatever team you support it's nice seeing the sheer joy of 100,000's of people in a city that's had more than it's fair share of problems over the years -- wherever you are from -- sheer joy on the faces of that many people in these troubled times has to be OK. !!.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi thereprobably true -- but those older XEON's can really work well --you though do need a DUAL XEON system -- not a single -- and the thing really flies with SSD's and 32GB RAM.Having a dual processor (not a dual Core or even a quad core in a single processor - like some of the AMD CPU's) makes a really huge difference -- most people don't tend to have dual processor setups even on modern systems.BTW where I am Energy costs are insignificant -- My avergae electricity costs are around 0.35 EUR (36 - 40 US cents) a day with 3 NAS's on 24/7, a load of other stuff as well -- Planet earth supplies it almost for free from geothermal / hydroelectic stuff !!We might not have the best weather on the planet - but energy (Green / environmentally OK sources) costs are zilch !!!To all Brits -- I saw this afternoon on TV the sheer joys of those people in Liverpool this afternoon after their team won the Champions league football -- whatever team you support it's nice seeing the sheer joy of 100,000's of people in a city that's had more than it's fair share of problems over the years -- wherever you are from -- sheer joy on the faces of that many people in these troubled times has to be OK. !!.Cheersjimbo
    Nice post. And yes, I would almost kill for your electric bill... Lol.
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  6. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    Hey guys ..I ran disk analyzer with ccleaner and and it shows me files in a directory called c:/$extend/$deleted..
    How do I access this and remove it
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    Steven Campoli said: View Post
    Hey guys ..I ran disk analyzer with ccleaner and and it shows me files in a directory called c:/$extend/$deleted..
    How do I access this and remove it

    So is c:/$extend/$deleted.. not showing in this PC. If not then make sure you have Hidden Items selected.
    If you still can't see it then the sure way of doing it is booting from a portable Linux build, searching for the directory then deleting it. Before closing down Linux make sure you empty Trash though or it will remain when you boot back into windows.
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  8. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    DooGie said: View Post
    So is c:/$extend/$deleted.. not showing in this PC. If not then make sure you have Hidden Items selected.
    If you still can't see it then the sure way of doing it is booting from a portable Linux build, searching for the directory then deleting it. Before closing down Linux make sure you empty Trash though or it will remain when you boot back into windows.
    Damn don't have that... I thought their was a way in windows... I booted with my windows 10 USB and open Comand prompt and when trying to access it it says access denied.. this directory came with a clean install..and not just this build..all the builds I install..ccleaner sees this and won't open the folder
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    Steven Campoli said: View Post
    Hey guys ..I ran disk analyzer with ccleaner and and it shows me files in a directory called c:/$extend/$deleted..
    How do I access this and remove it
    C:\$extend is part of the ntfs metadata, as is the more familiar $MFT (the Master File Table). You cannot (and should not) delete it. You should not even be able to see it - the fact that you can is presumably a bug.


    System File File Name MFT Record Purpose of the File
    NTFS extension file $Extend 11 Used for various optional extensions such as quotas, reparse point data, and object identifiers.
    NTFS System Files
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  10. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    Bree said: View Post
    C:\$extend is part of the ntfs metadata, as is the more familiar $MFT (the Master File Table). You cannot (and should not) delete it. You should not even be able to see it - the fact that you can is presumably a bug.

    NTFS System Files
    I don't see it in Explorer...only when I do disk analyzer with ccleaner
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