For Sale – WD 6TB RED Hard Drive x 4

Selling 4 of these WD RED 6TB Drives. Was going to use them as part of a proliant set up but never ended up doing anything with them. No Warranty, prefer to sell in 1 lot.

£145 each or £550 for all 4. BT only.

(I’m away with work tomorrow, so will be able to post in the morning or from 27th Jan)

Price and currency: As Stated
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: London
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For Sale – **Reserved for member reworK-** NOW SOLD – 6700K Desktop PC – £760 delivered

**Reserved for member reworK-** Organised over private message.

Hi

I have for sale a desktop PC for £760 delivered fully insured. I’ve included how I’ve valued each component, but the machine is only for sale as a whole at the moment. Firm price for the moment.

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Specs

  • CPU – i7-6700K – £200 – (£280 new – Info) Overclocked to 4.7GHz at 1.400V. This CPU has been delided with Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra, which reduced temperatures under load by 20°C.
  • RAM – 16GB (2×8) DDR4 – 3200MHz 16-18-18-36 @ 1.35V – Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 – £170 – (£220 new – Info)
  • Case fans – Three Corsair ML120 fans at the front, two Corsair ML140 fans at the top and one at the back – £40 total – (£66 new – ML120 new £10 each / ML140 new £12 each – Info)
  • Fan hub – Asus Fan Extension Card – £20 – (can’t find new price – Info) Sold on ebay, replaced with:
  • Fan hub – Phobya PWM fan splitter – £10
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-bit – included for free. Clean install. Genuine licence key will be in My Documents.

Parts total – £730. Cheapest fully insured delivery I can find is around £30.

More details

There are a couple of slight marks on the case window, but not very noticeable – see pics.

All of the cables for the modular PSU are included.

I will detach the CPU cooler and put it in its box for transit, so it doesn’t shake around and put stress on the motherboard. If you don’t want me to do this, I can keep it attached, but I would have to source a box big enough to lay the H440 case box with computer inside horizontally, so the stress on the motherboard should be greatly reduced. A box big enough, so that an otherwise short but wide and long H440 box is not stood up vertically in transit. I will be drawing up-arrows and fragile on the box too. Noctua thermal grease is in the Noctua box.

Component boxes – it includes the boxes for the mobo, PSU (but no outer branding sleeve), CPU cooler, fans, and PC case. All the boxes contain the original bits.

The PC is a mixture of new and second hand components.

  • CPU – 2nd hand
  • RAM – 2nd hand
  • Mobo – New – Purchased from Scan in October 2016
  • PSU – 2nd hand
  • SSD – 2nd hand
  • CPU cooler – New – Purchased from Amazon in July 2014
  • Case fans – New – Purchased from Amazon in June 2017
  • Case – New – Purchased in-store from Epsilon PC in November 2014
  • Fan Hub – 2nd hand

Payment via bank transfer.

Price and currency: £760 delivered
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Lytham St Annes
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For Sale – 2010 15″ MacBook Pro immaculate condition

Good afternoon all,

I have for sale my mid 2010 MBP which I bought from the Apple Store direct in October 2010. Since then it’s been looked after like a human and so it is in minty mint condition with no obvious scratches, marks or dents. Since I bought it it’s been used for browsing the web, light adobe photoshop work, and football manager from steam for just under 3 years as I bought the retina MBP in June 2013. In the 3 years I’ve used it it hasn’t been used daily as I was also using a PC at the time.

Ever since 2013 it’s been in a laptop sleeve rarely used or even turned on up until January 2016 when I erased everything from the laptop and upgraded it to El Capitan and then it’s been put back into the sleeve until today when I decided to take pics to put up for sale.

Battery status as seen in the picture says “The battery is functioning as normal but holds less charge than it did when it was new” (Which is kind of obvious)

The box is long gone and so it will come well packaged with the laptop case/sleeve and the mag safe charger. Please take a look at pictures attached and don’t hesitate to ask questions. I’ve blanked out the serial number as I don’t know if that should be up on a public forum. I only decided to sell yesterday and so I’ve only checked eBay for prices and will edit price when I find out more information but for now it’s at £400 including delivery.

Specs are as follows:

MBP 15 inch mid 2010
2.4ghz intel core i5
4gb 1067MHz DDR3
Intel HD graphics 288mb
320gb SATA disk

Price and currency: £400
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Manchester
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Introducing the Windows Desktop Program for Desktop Application Analytics

An important feature for desktop application developers is the ability to view detailed analytics about application performance and its popularity with users. Until today, developers had difficulty accessing these analytics without cobbling together multiple tools. With the new Windows Desktop Program, developers now have a convenient, one-stop portal to view their desktop application analytics or access the data via an API. Statistics and charts quickly show how the applications are doing– from how many customers they’ve reached to detailed performance data on crashes and failures. With these analytics, developers can better track and prioritize fixes, monitor the distribution of their application, prepare and improve the overall experience for their customers.
There’s no charge to access this data—all you need to do is sign up with a Microsoft account to identify yourself, then upload a signed file using the same trusted, valid certificate your company uses to sign your applications.
Once you sign up for the Windows Desktop Application Program and register your certificates, you’ll be able to use the analytics reports to:
View a summary of all failure types, sorted by number of hits
Drill down into each failure and download stack traces and CAB files to debug the issue faster
Compare the health status and adoption of a newly released version of your application to previous releases
View health data in aggregate or by region, allowing you to isolate issues that are specific to a region
Compare performance and adoption of your desktop applications across Windows versions, such as the latest Windows 10 or Windows Insider releases.
To view analytics for your applications:
Sign up for the Windows Desktop Application Program. If you already have a Windows Dev Center account, you can opt in to this program on the Programs page in Account settings. Otherwise, you can sign up here.
Follow the steps to download an unsigned file, sign it with the same code-signing certificate your company uses to sign your desktop applications, and upload the newly signed file back through the portal.
That’s it! We will take the signed file you just uploaded and map it to the telemetry we collect on all applications with the same certificate to show you your analytics data. To learn more, check out our documentation here.
To learn more about the Windows Desktop Application Program, check out this video from our Windows Developer series.

For Sale – MSI GE62VR Apache pro gaming laptop , Acer 14 CB3-431-C69V 14″ Chromebook Gold

MSI APACHE PRO GE62VR-7RF Gaming laptop – Black , around 3 months old so in immaculate condition, purchased from pcworld . Boxed , £1100 collection on this is preferred.

Acer 14 CB3-431-C69V 14″ Chromebook – Celeron 1.6 GHz – 2 GB RAM – 32 GB SSD – Gold

Was purchased only a couple of weeks ago for my daughter but have decided to get her a MacBook instead.

Immaculate condition I think it was used once .

Boxed , with charger

Happy to post out first to long standing members with feedback

Price and currency: 150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bt
Location: london
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Looking at the Hyper-V Event Log (January 2018 edition)

Hyper-V has changed over the last few years and so has our event log structure. With that in mind, here is an update of Ben’s original post in 2009 (“Looking at the Hyper-V Event Log”).

This post gives a short overview on the different Windows event log channels that Hyper-V uses. It can be used as a reference to better understand which event channels might be relevant for different purposes.

As a general guidance you should start with the Hyper-V-VMMS and Hyper-V-Worker event channels when analyzing a failure. For migration-related events it makes sense to look at the event logs both on the source and destination node.

Windows Event Viewer showing the Hyper-V-VMMS Admin log

Below are the current event log channels for Hyper-V. Using “Event Viewer” you can find them under “Applications and Services Logs”, “Microsoft”, “Windows”.
If you would like to collect events from these channels and consolidate them into a single file, we’ve published a HyperVLogs PowerShell module to help.

Event Channel Category Description
Hyper-V-Compute Events from the Host Compute Service (HCS) are collected here. The HCS is a low-level management API.
Hyper-V-Config This section is for anything that relates to virtual machine configuration files. If you have a missing or corrupt virtual machine configuration file – there will be entries here that tell you all about it.
Hyper-V-Guest-Drivers Look at this section if you are experiencing issues with VM integration components.
Hyper-V-High-Availability Hyper-V clustering-related events are collected in this section.
Hyper-V-Hypervisor This section is used for hypervisor specific events. You will usually only need to look here if the hypervisor fails to start – then you can get detailed information here.
Hyper-V-StorageVSP Events from the Storage Virtualization Service Provider. Typically you would look at these when you want to debug low-level storage operations for a virtual machine.
Hyper-V-VID These are events form the Virtualization Infrastructure Driver. Look here if you experience issues with memory assignment, e.g. dynamic memory, or changing static memory while the VM is running.
Hyper-V-VMMS Events from the virtual machine management service can be found here. When VMs are not starting properly, or VM migrations fail, this would be a good source to start investigating.
Hyper-V-VmSwitch These channels contain events from the virtual network switches.
Hyper-V-Worker This section contains events from the worker process that is used for the actual running of the virtual machine. You will see events related to startup and shutdown of the VM here.
Hyper-V-Shared-VHDX Events specific to virtual hard disks that can be shared between several virtual machines. If you are using shared VHDs this event channel can provide more detail in case of a failure.
Hyper-V-VMSP The VM security process (VMSP) is used to provide secured virtual devices like the virtual TPM module to the VM.
Hyper-V-VfpExt Events form the Virtual Filtering Platform (VFP) which is part of the Software Defined Networking Stack.
VHDMP Events from operations on virtual hard disk files (e.g. creation, merging) go here.

Please note: some of these only contain analytic/debug logs that need to be enabled separately and not all channels exist on Windows client. To enable the analytic/debug logs, you can use the HyperVLogs PowerShell module.

Alles Gute,

Lars

For Sale – Open to offers – Lots of parts – i7 860, 8gb ddr3, Gigabyte 7970, XFX 5850, OCZ 600W, + more

EDIT: I’m open to offers

Hi there, I have quite a few items for sale. All the parts are in good working condition, I look after my stuff. Most items will have the original box and all / most additional stuff inside. There is no warranty for left for the items. Photos for all items are included. Please bear in mind that the parts are all used (apart from a few items), and although I have cleaned them as well as I could, there could be still some dust left.

I would like to sell as many parts together as possible, so at the moment I want to see if there any bulk offers.

Delivery is not included in prices. I need to see how big and heavy parcel will be to try to price it. Delivery costs are to be confirmed.

During working hours I might be slow to reply, please bear that in mind. Also dispatching can take a day or two as I need to organise boxes to ship items in.

I’m after a quick and painless sale, please no new members. I would rather deal with regulars here.

Reasonable offers welcome.

Let’s start with the bulk picture.

Items for sale:
2. Asus P7P55D Motherboard – £80
3. OCZ DDR3 PC3 10666 1333Mhz Platinum Series RAM (4 x 2GB) – £80

9. Cooler Master HAF 922 PC Case – £50
10. LG DVD-RW 22x SATA – £15
11. Soundblaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer Sound Card – £30
13. Sumvision Modem – £10
16. Logitech Mouse M115 – £10
17. Logitech Ultra-flat Keyboard – £10
18. Cold Cathode PC Interior Light – £10

ITEMS SOLD:
4. Gigabyte HD7970 3GB OC Graphics CardSOLD
6. Thermalright Venomous X CPU Cooler HeatsinkSOLD
7. Akasa Apache Black 120mm FAN (2 items) x 2SOLD
8. OCZ 600W MOD Xstream PRO PSUSOLD
14. HAMA WLAN PCI CardSOLD
5. XFX Radeon HD5850 XXX Edition 1GB Graphics CardSOLD
15. Tech Air Laptop BackpackSOLD

1. Intel i7 860 2.8Ghz Quad Core CPUSOLD
12. ASUS Sica Gaming Mouse White – SOLD


Pictures to follow

1. Intel i7 860 2.8Ghz Quad Core CPU – SOLD
In retail box, original Intel cooler included. Fully working. Great little chip.

2. Asus P7P55D Motherboard – £80
Fully working. In retail box with all the accessories.

more to follow in the next posts

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: West Lothian
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For Sale – HP Elitebook Folio G1 – 4K touchscreen, Core m7, 256GB SSD, 8GB, Win 10 Pro

Hi all,

Selling my HP EliteBook Folio G1. This was bought approx 9 months ago, and has only been recently turned on so it’s virtually brand new. It’s in fantastic condition, and got a 4K touch-screen, 8GB RAM, a 240GB SSD and USBC ports. This is an excellent, lightweight machine which is perfect for those needing to travel with a high spec machine, or for those who just like the latest tech! The 4K UHD screen is simply amazing and has to be seen to be believed – phenomenal screen for a laptop!

A link to the machine can be found here: https://www.pcworldbusiness.co.uk/catalogue/item/P242064P#tabss

Any questions please ask.

Looking for £500 for this machine delivered. Warranty until July 2019.

Thanks,

Tom

Specs as follows:

Operating system Windows 10 Pro

Memory 8 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Memory and storage 240 GB SSD storage

Processor Intel® Core™ m7-6Y75 with Intel HD Graphics 515 (1.2 GHz, up to 3.1 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 4 MB cache, 2 cores)

Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 515

Display 31,75 cm (12.5″) diagonal UHD UWVA ultra-slim LED-backlit touch screen (3840 x 2160)

Display size (diagonal) 31,75 cm (12.5″)

Battery type HP Long Life 4-cell, 38 Wh Li-ion polymer

Power 45 W Smart AC adapter

Weight 1.07 kg

Audio by Bang & Olufsen

Integrated dual-microphone array

4 integrated stereo speakers

Ports 2 USB Type-C™ with Thunderbolt™ support (docking, charging and USB 3.1)

1 headphone/microphone combo

Wireless Intel 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2×2) and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo

Security management TPM 1.2/2.0 (Infineon, soldered down)

Preboot Authentication (Password)

Price and currency: 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer, Cash on Collection
Location: Halifax, West Yorkshire
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Wanted – seagate 2.5″ HDD

im looking for an old seagate 2.5″ hdd

to try fix my one thats full of stuff i really need.

my one is the seagate freeplay 1000GB ST1000LM010

i would think any that are in that model range ,dont think it would have to be the 1000GB

as im fairly sure the drive motor in mine has gone
and i want to try to swap them…

so i can at least get my stuff off it onto another drive.

anyone got anything lying around taken up draw space or collecting dust….

Location: essex

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For Sale – Ryzen 3 1300x Boxed with unused cooler.

As title, Ryzen 3 1300x Boxed with unused cooler.

Amazing little chip for what it is. Had it running with a r9 290x and it was fine in every game i played.

Comes in full retail box with stock cooler that is unused.

Asking £75 posted.

Thanks. :)

Price and currency: £75
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or paypal (Buyer to cover fees)
Location: Dover
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