• Tripp Parks's WebLog

    Headphones and x64 laptops

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    Here is a helpful hint for those running x64 on some laptop models If you try to use headphones and the onboard speakers don’t mute, you can turn them off by going to the audio mixer (run->sndvol32, or double clicking on the speaker) Options...
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    What's on your desk?

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    Being the hardware junkie that I am, one of the neat things about my job is the hardware I get to play with. On the Windows development side of things pretty much everyone has multiple machines. They are used for various tasks such as: ...
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    Windows XP x64 edition and games

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    I thought I would post a bit of information that maybe helpful. If your game seems to be running at double speed on x64, you can try adding this to your boot.ini /USEPMTIMER It has to do with processor throttling technologies causing the QueryPerformanceFrequency...
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    Peer Networking Security Model

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    Security for the Peer Networking platform is achieved through self signed x.509 certificates. This method of using self signed certificates eliminates the need of having a certificate authority issue a certificate to each user in a network. This eliminates...
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    What is the Microsoft Peer Networking platform?

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    The Microsoft Peer Networking Platform consists of several pieces: Graphing - This is an application layer multicast protocol. Think of a replicated database, records in this database can be enumerated,searched,added, modified and deleted. By default...
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    Who I am, What I do.

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    Hi, My name is Tripp Parks and I am a SDET in the Peer Networking group in Windows Networking. The main reason for my posting a webblog is to give a little bit of information about the Peer Networking technologies and give a little bit of behind the scenes...
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