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For Sale – Various PC bits & Htpc

Nzxt Phantom case – SOLD

Corsair H100i – SOLD

Corsair M65 gaming mouse – SOLD

Gigabyte Osmium mechanical keyboard – SOLD

LG Blu-ray rewriter (WH14NS40) – SOLD

HTPC – Silverstone ML07 case, Pentium G2120, Stock Cooler, ASUS P8H61, 2x2gb Corsair Xms ddr3, OCZ ARC100 240gb SSD, Radeon HD 5450 GFX, Windows 10 pro 64bit OS, 3 x Aerocool Dead Silence white led 120mm case fans & Silverstone SX500lg modular Psu – £130, reduced to £110. I have the original box for the case so would be shipped in that.

Creative Sound blaster Z card – SOLD

All items prices are exc postage

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For Sale – Imac 21″ Mid 2011

Good overall condition.
Imac itself only included, no mouse or keyboard.
Comes with mains lead, although it is a 2 pin one I have a suitable adapter that I will include.

2.5ghz i5 quad core
12GB RAM
250GB Samsung 860 EVO SSD

Few “issues”
Screen has the problem of dust trapped between the LCD layer and the backlight, this is quite a common issue and results in dark patches.
See this video to give you an idea, although mine is nowhere near that bad.

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This can be fixed if you fancy taking the display itself apart, it’s never bothered me and is only visible on very light backgrounds.
There also appears to be a white patch in the bottom left corner that is visible on a totally white background although this again pretty much disappears once a wallpaper is set.
I have tried to show the screen issues I mentioned but the pictures aren’t that great.
The CD-ROM failed and I just removed it at the same time as fitting the SSD.
Without the original hard disk and CD-ROM drive the fans spin up quite quickly, it isn’t overheating but without that temperature sensor input the system just kind of assumes the worse.
I have installed Macs Fan Control and set ODD and HDD fan speeds to a point where the system still runs cool but isn’t too noisy, the CPU fan is still set to auto.
I am probably making it sound worse and a right mess but to be honest it is a solid little machine that boots in about 20-25 seconds if you can live with a few niggles
Will have a fresh install of OS High Sierra which is as high as you can upgrade on this system.
I have no box for this so it needs to be collection only.
Any questions please ask.

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For Sale – Imac 27″ (2017) 24gb Ram I5

I think its more to do with the fact there is no Apple keyboard or mouse included.. A friend of mine is interested but they would then need to shell out approx £100+ for new Apple peripherals. Appreciate its not that old but its also out of warranty. Just weighing up some options…

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For Sale – Corsair MM800 RGB Mouse pad, EK SUPREMACY evo block

I’m selling some bits

Corsair MM800 RGB mouse mat cloth edition boxed great condition £30ono delivered

EK Supremacy EVO Nickel plexi with brand new plexi top with intel plate only £30ono delivered

Location
Croydon
Price and currency
60
Delivery cost included
Delivery Is Included
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I have no preference
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Advertised elsewhere
Payment method
Bank transfer PPG or cash

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Hyper-V Quick Tip: Safely Shutdown a Guest with Unresponsive Mouse

Q: A virtual machine running Windows under Hyper-V does not respond to mouse commands in VMConnect. How do I safely shut it down?

A: Use a combination of VMConnect’s key actions and native Windows key sequences to shut down.

Ordinarily, you would use one of Hyper-V’s various “Shut Down” commands to instruct a virtual machine to gracefully shut down the guest operating system. Otherwise, you can use the guest operating system’s native techniques for shutting down. In Windows guests running the full desktop experience, the mouse provides the easiest way. However, any failure of the guest operating system renders the mouse inoperable. The keyboard continues to work, of course.

Shutting Down a Windows Guest of Hyper-V Using the Keyboard

Your basic goal is to reach a place where you can issue the shutdown command.

Tip: Avoid using the mouse on the VMConnect window at all. It will bring up the prompt about the mouse each time unless you disable it. Clicking on VMConnect’s title bar will automatically set focus so that it will send most keypresses into the guest operating system. You cannot send system key combinations or anything involving the physical Windows key (otherwise, these directions would be a lot shorter).

  1. First, you need to log in. Windows 10/Windows Server 2016 and later no longer require any particular key sequence to bring up a login prompt — pressing any key while VMConnect has focus should show a login prompt. Windows 8.1/Windows Server 2012 R2 and earlier all require a CTRL+ALT+DEL sequence prior to making log in available. For those, click Action on VMConnect’s menu bar, then click Ctrl+Alt+Delete. If your VMConnect session is running locally, you can press the CTRL+ALT+END sequence on your physical keyboard instead. However, that won’t work within a remote desktop session.

    You can also press the related button on VMConnect’s button bar immediately below the text menu. It’s the button with three small boxes. In the screenshot above, look directly to the left of the highlighted text.
  2. Log in with valid credentials. Your virtual machine’s network likely does not work either, so you may need to use local credentials.
  3. Use the same sequences from step 1 to send a CTRL+ALT+DEL sequence to the guest.
  4. In the overlay that appears, use the physical down or up arrow key until Task Manager is selected, then press Enter. The screen will look different on versions prior to 10/2016 but will function the same.
  5. Task Manager should appear as the top-most window. If it does, proceed to step 6.
    If it does not, then you might be out of luck. If you can see enough of Task Manager to identify the window that obscures it, or if you’re just plain lucky, you can close the offending program. If you want, you can just proceed to step 6 and try to run these steps blindly.
    1. Press the TAB key. That will cause Task Manager to switch focus to its processes list.
    2. Press the up or down physical arrow keys to cycle through the running processes.
    3. Press Del to close a process.
  6. Press ALT+F to bring up Task Manager’s file menu. Press Enter or N for Run new task (wording is different on earlier versions of Windows).
  7. In the Create new task dialog, type 
    shutdown /s /t 0. If your display does not distinguish, that’s a zero at the end, not the letter O. Shutting down from within the console typically does not require administrative access, but if you’d like, you can press Tab to set focus to the Create this task with administrative privileges box and then press the Spacebar to check it. Press Enter to run the command (or Tab to the OK button and press Enter).

Once you’ve reached step 7, you have other options. You can enter cmd to bring up a command prompt or powershell for a PowerShell prompt. If you want to tinker with different options for the shutdown command, you can do that as well. If you would like to get into Device Manager to see if you can sort out whatever ails the integration services, run devmgmt.msc (use the administrative privileges checkbox for best results).

Be aware that this generally will not fix anything. Whatever prevented the integration services from running will likely continue. However, your guest won’t suffer any data loss. So, you could connect its VHDX file(s) to a healthy virtual machine for troubleshooting. Or, if the problem is environmental, you can safely relocate the virtual machine to another host.

More Hyper-V Quick Tips

How Many Cluster Networks Should I Use?

How to Choose a Live Migration Performance Solution

How to Enable Nested Virtualization

Have you run into this issue yourself? Were you able to navigate around it? What was your solution? Let us know in the comments section below!

For Sale – Dell wireless KB and mouse – Toshiba 2.5mm 1tb HDD

Hi all,

I have the following for sale:

Dell KM714 keyboard and mouse, wireless, immaculate barely used, boxed £25 posted.

Toshiba 1tb 2.5mm HDD (MQ01ABD100) – brand new, removed from laptop, no box obviously £25 posted.

BT only please.

Sean

Price and currency: As listed
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: Wellingborough/Northants
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – 2.5″ HDDs, Keyboard Mouse, 2.5″ enclosure, DVD RW – £15

320gb 2.5″ HDD (WD Blue) – £12inc
Dynamode 2.5″ Enclosure (USB powered) – £5inc
Logitech MK270 Keyboard & Mouse – no feet on keyboard – £10inc
Coolermaster mouse mat – frayed slightly at the lower edge – Free (with the bundle)

£15 for the remaining items if you want them all

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separate item – SSD – Adata SU650 120gb – £24inc – Sold
DVD RW (M-DISC) – £8inc – Sold
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Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bt ppg
Location: uk
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – 2.5″ HDDs, Keyboard Mouse, 2.5″ enclosure, DVD RW – £15

320gb 2.5″ HDD (WD Blue) – £12inc
Dynamode 2.5″ Enclosure (USB powered) – £5inc
Logitech MK270 Keyboard & Mouse – no feet on keyboard – £10inc
Coolermaster mouse mat – frayed slightly at the lower edge – Free (with the bundle)

£15 for the remaining items if you want them all

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separate item – SSD – Adata SU650 120gb – £24inc – Sold
DVD RW (M-DISC) – £8inc – Sold
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Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bt ppg
Location: uk
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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This message is automatically inserted in all classifieds forum threads.
By replying to this thread you agree to abide by the trading rules detailed here.
Please be advised, all buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that the other party is genuine by providing the following via private conversation to each other after negotiations are complete and prior to dispatching goods and making payment:

  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – 2.5″ HDDs, Keyboard Mouse, 2.5″ enclosure, DVD RW – £15

320gb 2.5″ HDD (WD Blue) – £12inc
Dynamode 2.5″ Enclosure (USB powered) – £5inc
Logitech MK270 Keyboard & Mouse – no feet on keyboard – £10inc

£15 for the remaining items if you want them all

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separate item – SSD – Adata SU650 120gb – £24inc – Sold
DVD RW (M-DISC) – £8inc – Sold
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Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bt ppg
Location: uk
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.