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My cable provider (cablevision) discontinued Carbonite.
Found this link:
http://www.consumer-rankings.com/online-backup/
which ranks them.

I think some limit to one computer and only internal harddrives. I guess thats ok for my case, just need to check with their customer service, if they can transfer my profile over to new computer when its done (and I am sure they will say anythign to get you to subscribe).
post #372 of 1388
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Online Backup providers are more or less the samething with multiple sister companies. So ZipCloud is a sister company of MyPCBackup. Extra addons are 5GB per file upload for ISO's you may have for software, +20% faster upload speed (probably for first year) etc.
O well this thing will go on for days...
Reason I shifted focus is my existing computer had one of its Raid Ports go bad...I think its not the hard disk. The mobo is 5 years old, whereas the hardisk is 2 years old and I can see the hardisk in the bootup log at random times, just can't access during mounting (dismounted during chkdsk /f).

Alright back to this build now.
Ordered white rouge polishing compound and meguiars #17 then #10 plastic compounds to get the edges polished on the acrylic..It has to be crystal clear for the Slightbox and someone suggested that I use this approach. Trust the guy!
Edited by Seanimus - 11/15/12 at 5:44pm
post #373 of 1388
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This cloud backup blows. For 1 TB i will be done in 1.5 Months running at 24 hours /day
Getting NAS . And setting it up as compressed.
Upload speed has also dropped dramatically...Cablevision probably auto throttling my connection down, due to useage.

Getting my money back is going to be a challenge from this cloud. Should have paid directly with Amex and not Paypal/Amex.
Then I could have just called Amex and they would take care of the whole thing.
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Not sure how Im just now seeing this but Ill be here for the rest of it biggrin.gif Great work so far!
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This cloud backup blows. For 1 TB i will be done in 1.5 Months running at 24 hours /day
Getting NAS . And setting it up as compressed.
Upload speed has also dropped dramatically...Cablevision probably auto throttling my connection down, due to useage.
Getting my money back is going to be a challenge from this cloud. Should have paid directly with Amex and not Paypal/Amex.
Then I could have just called Amex and they would take care of the whole thing.
mad.gif

Yeah...that first backup takes awhile. I have about 1.8TB of stuff that took almost 6 weeks for the first backup. After that though...its only seconds per day.
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Not sure how Im just now seeing this but Ill be here for the rest of it biggrin.gif Great work so far!
Welcome!!
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Yeah...that first backup takes awhile. I have about 1.8TB of stuff that took almost 6 weeks for the first backup. After that though...its only seconds per day.
Thanks man, i was about to give up on this cloud..have to call cablevision tomorrow and get an upgrade to increase upload to 8MBs currently 2MBs and behaving like 0.5MBs

So while i settled that this evening..back to sleeving and power to AQ5's and Vandal Switches:
In earlier post about shrinkless sleeving...use blue part of flame to burn the shrink, which melts the sleeve underneath....it doesn't charr then. Rip out the shrink, and if its not "well done" redo it. Watch Lutro0's videos to get a better description
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Another correction from earlier post, you don't need to have sleeve melt above the first crimp point:
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Doing a test run of the cables to make sure its tight and then only cut....Consumes a lot of time when you can not do everything in one shot. Used slightly bigger P Clips (not MDPC) for the 9 wires and then went MDPC for the 4 wires going down to AQ5:
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Shot at PSU end:
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From underneath; have to rearrange:
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I have to take another shot of this soldering. But it will branch exactly at first AQ5 with 4 wires. Then again 1" further down to Vandal's, and last part will go straight to 2nd AQ5.
8191823407_1727848a8d_z.jpg

I realized, I never checked if covers fit with those P Clips, so checked and it was fine:
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post #377 of 1388
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Vandal latching type switch- The led on it takes 12V? or should it be 5V? I hope I can do 12V, Then wiring would be less congested.

Upgraded internet connection for upload speed:
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Edited by Seanimus - 11/17/12 at 9:13am
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Vandal latching type switch- The led on it takes 12V? or should it be 5V? I hope I can do 12V, Then wiring would be less congested.
Upgraded internet connection for upload speed:
8192851033_478053756d_z.jpg

thats some fast internet drool.gif

also OP and everyone else with a BMW, lets convince andrews2547 to buy a bmw instead of a merc devil-smiley-019.gif

back on topic, to be honest i like this white-brown scheme a bit more.
 
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That's excellent upload speeds. Here's mine:

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Mine Since we are on the subject
Edited by freitz - 11/17/12 at 1:48pm
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