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  1. Does your Vizio TV have an HDMI port with ARC? ARC is audio return channel. It is what allows audio from the TV to be routed to the soundbar. You would simply use the ARC port from the TV to the Soundbar input (I believe) and then connect your Blu-Ray to another HDMI input on the TV. When you view anything on the TV the sound would be routed thru the ARC port to the soundbar. Your other choice is to use an optical link between the TV an soundbar. Blu-Ray still connected to the TV. I am guessing at this point because you didn't say what you have actually tried and what the specif
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  2. I've currently got an 18TB disk in mine and it works fine. As JackoUK says, I don't boot from it, just use it for storage.
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  3. I dont know of a way to do it as WHS is hard coded to require min 160Gb free disk space. I would probably install WHS on a large HDD and then use a tool like the ones described here: https://www.how-fixit.com/migrate-os-to-ssd/ ...to migrate it to a smaller SSD. Haven’t tried it though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  4. I'll post it once i'm out of KYC!
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  5. I don't because I have both, I think out of the box the Gen10 Plus is probably quieter than the Gen8, idling mine is probably slightly louder (because I have additional fans for cooling the NVMe drives) but its still perfectly pleasant in a home office space.
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  6. It's quite easy to get to your server remotely using a VPN. You could VPN in and then use the standalone HP iLO client. You'd mount the image to use in that and setup the server. It would depend on your internet connection though and would probably be quite slow.
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  7. The B120i uses some of the system memory for read cache. This error comes up when you have 2GB of memory. If you add more memory the issue will go away.
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  8. HP has maintenance and service guides for most devices Remove and replace starts on page 29. Battery replacement is on page 38 HP EliteBook 850 G4 Notebook PCHP ZBook 15u G4 Mobile Workstation Maintenance and Service Guide
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  9. Have you tried different SD card?
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  10. I know that it's an old thread but I would like to add that I have tested 3TB Red / 8TB Red / 10TB White / 14TB White and everything is working like a charm. Right now my NL40 has: 2 x 14TB 1 x 10 TB 2 x 8TB Total: 54TB and everything works fine.
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  11. I’d go further and say a basic user has no need of drive bays at all ! For example, a family with each member using less than 1TB will be well served by a 1TB NVME drive in each device backed up and protected from ransomware using OneDrive in a MSFT 365 family subscription. All the way up to 16TB (the maximum disk size say, for the sake of argument) 2 bays: a RAID 1 array (or similar) for availability and an external USB3 drive as off-site backup. A shared file system obviates the need for a NAS or storage server. I can think of 3 scenarios where bays come into consider
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  12. HP Media Smart Server BIOS and HD Drive Size - Windows Home Server OEM Hardware - RESET Forums (homeservershow.com) The GEN8 Microserver is a BIOS machine, so boot to a disk less than 2TB, and use GPT partitions for all disks larger than 2TB. The GPT disk size limit is 2^63 KB - not something we'll have to worry about in our lifetime.
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  13. Just speculating, but keywords; 'SchedulerConsole', 'HP', 'diagnostics', 'telemetrywatch' would point to an application that interacts between your printer and the manufacturer, HP. When you install most printers they ask about participating in customer use experience, sharing info with the printer vendor, toner levels, printer use, firmware version, software version and diagnostics. This is likely the scheduler trying to communicate with HP.
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  15. Hi Mitch, I managed to get this working. I had to update the Smart Storage Administrator firmware. I then took the P222 heatsink off, the thermal paste is pretty bad, I cleaned with IPA, fixed the locking mechanism for the heatsink, applied MX-2 thermal paste and put the heatsink back on the P222. I have also added a Noctua 80mm NF-A8 PWM 12v fan to the case next to the P222, I need to design a fan mount and 3D print it to make this fit correctly. Current Temp is around 40c. The P222 never did take the config across from t
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  16. Long time lurker, first time poster I just recently got my hands on Microserver Gen8 and loaded it up with all the spares i had at home (xeon1230v2, 16gb, 4x2TB HDD + 500GB SSD). And ofcourse none of my HDD-s are "HP" so fan was being an ass. Luckily good people of internet/reddit "hacked" ilo4_273 and gave us fan control, played with it and you can increase and decrease speed with some few SSH commands. As soon as ILo would register "4-HD Max" sensor fan would ramp up to 50% but only if i had 5 drives installed, with 4 drives in any order it would be almos
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  17. Nothing so far (since 26 December when I updated).
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  18. LSI is the manufacturer of the chip used many HBA's and RAID cards. The chip used on a card will determine features, functions and driver support.
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  19. Ok, it's time to solve all problems with overheating. Stuff: 1x Noctua NF-A8-5V fan with USB power adaptor cable 1x Akasa 3D Fan Guard AK-FG08-SL https://imgur.com/a/7npqgdc Now LSI 9271-4i temperature approximately no more than 57 degrees.
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  20. UK cost of Gen10+ is around £700 (https://www.box.co.uk/products/keywords/gen10+plus/ex/true) Cost of CPU is around £400 (https://www.senetic.co.uk/product-cm8068404227903/) So an upgrade costing more than 50% of the original server price should be like night and day 😎 I'm running ESXi on one of mine, so I'm tempted to upgrade the CPU... but then I might just end up buying another Gen10+ as I'm replacing the 4 Gen8 MicroServers, so I should really buy 4 of these 🤣
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