Quick question on RJ-45 cable. I ran ethernet cable, this cable is about 200 feet long. I only need 100 feet cable, does the extra length going to hurt in terms of speed or signal? Please advise.
I've asked about this before, in general, but I have a more specific question. Regarding Comcast Blast and my lack of excitement for it. I just don't see any speed increase. What I've most recently looked at are splitters. There are 2 of them between the cable coming into the house and the intended destinations.
So I recently moved into a new apartment which was cable ready ( there was already a coaxial cable line in the apartment). I decided to borrow my sister's cable box to see if we could get free cable, sure enough, 2 years later now and we still get free cable.
Hi, I've been messing around with this for too long now haha. Decided I'd come here for help.
I'm in college and live in a college apartment-style dorm. We have cable, but not necessarily a cable box. Our cable is fed through a device mounted on the wall that we plug into (no brand is listed on the device).
I've been trying to set up the TV app on my phone to use it as a remote.
I was using a VGA cable on my desktop with Ubuntu 10.04. I switched the VGA cable for a DVI cable since the ATI card has sockets for both. Ever since then, the GUI will not display. I can get into the shell (text only) but I can not get a graphical display.