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Old 02-24-2010, 11:44 PM   #1
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Hi Folks,

I recently had to box my system up for a move (which never happened). Now it has been put back together, when I go to "open clip" the whole thing freezes and I have to Ctrl, Alt, Deleat for Task Manager to close it. Does anyone know what may have happened and what I should do please? Thanks as always!

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Old 02-24-2010, 11:54 PM   #2
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what is inside your PC? NX card etc? Maybe a card come lose from transport?
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Old 02-25-2010, 01:25 AM   #3
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Yeap Anton, NX. I will open it up and take a look- Thanks!

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If it is a NX PCIe this could very well be the case, never seen a NX PCIx that came loose before ....................
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yes, you can see the PCIe version flap in the wind, bad design, should be a longer board so it reaches the card slot on both ends of the case
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Even if the mechanical connection would be filling up the entire length of the mobo PCIe slot and not the 1 cm that it is now, would be a great and common scene improvement, what should never have been designed this way to start with.

My server casing is flat on my desk and I have a cross brace to lock the card down, I just pitty all the users who have a regular tall standing case, they need to clean the dust of the case with gentle wipes, worring that a particular card will drop out the mobo ;(
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apart from that, the NX is no longer made, a dead product

the same goes for SP

a shame in a way because these were the flagship products and beat anything that is currently on offer from the GV/Canopus hardware selection

currently, there is nothing at all that could replace the SP with pro connections like XLR and I don't care about turnkey solutions, I roll my own until I die
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I just hope my NX card don't die on me prematurely. Finding a replacement will be a nightmare.
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I will sell you mine Tingsern, very, very expensive :)

oh, yeh, that won't work, you need PCIx right ?
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You got that right - mine is 64 bits PCIx :-).
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