Did you ever find one that worked?
It was the same for me with the added thrill that our house's leccy came via a coin fed meter where a day's graft could disappear for want of 50p!
If someone could publish a list of stuff which could be uninstalled, it would be great.
- Intel AppUp(SM) center
- Intel WiDi
- Intel Control Center
- Intel Management Engine Components
- Intel OpenCL SDK
- ThinkVantage Communication Utlity
We just rolled out 190 of the L series and started with a clean image; the only thing Lenovo support were keen to see put back was the battery saver tool.
More love for Lenevo here, never had such a positive response to a laptop roll out!
Indeed, you should be fine! A single SSID across all access points is the way to go but, as the Cisco 1040 series seem to be 802.11n your choice of channels is limited.
Make sure you only use channel 1, 6 or 11 as the others overlap which can confuse clients; you are better off having two of your five arrays on identical channels than overlapping them. Just try to keep the access points with identical channels a reasonable distance apart, so that there is an obvious difference in signal strength.
You'd have to be in the same room as the router for this to work.
Sounds ideal, I'll have one in each classroom please!
I was a BB user and couldn’t wait for my contract to die; I won’t trouble them ever again.
I was desperate for Samsung to release the S3 already, but I couldn't stall any longer 'cos the three other guys on my shared plan wanted their iPhones, so I went with the HTC OneX and I’m pretty darn pleased with it!
One of the iPhone users has already admitted he made a mistake and another is wavering!
Loving the schadenfreude Android gives me at the moment!
All but the last one.
If they return in a semi-reasonable condition, I predict a frenzied bidding war when whoever ends up owning these auctions them off!
No this is all new!
Never in history have 5 year olds tried to recreate violent scenes in play, or car crashes, or pretend to throw themselves out of a window in slow motion, or simulate graphic injuries, or act out blood "spurting from their bodies", or got addicted to things that separate them from reality. This is all new and it is a perfect storm created by computer games!
The solution is obvious: 'stringent legislation' to combat growing trend of young pupils acting out violent scenes in playgrounds; thank goodness the teaching union are looking out for our children. Oh and if the the government to would abolish a website that allows parents to rate schools, that would be just peachy too!