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AMD Quad Core Server Ver. Intel Quad Core Server
I have been looking up information about Intel and AMD's quad core processors. I am about to build 2 new servers for our company, I have reviewed many benchmarks and still cannot decide on which one would be best to buy. What are your opinions? Maybe you have thought of something I did not. Oh and ill be buying 2 quad core cpus and will have windows server 2008 64 bit OS. The servers will have about 50 or so processors (dataentry employees) connecting to them throughout the work day and the server will be used to store main data files. Post your ideas and thoughts!
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Windows Server '03 settings to Windows Server '08?
Recently bought 2 new servers with Windows Server 2008 on them. Was curious if anyone has ever heard of or knows if it is possible to do a MS backup or some other program on a Windows Server 2003 server and import the settings on to a newer Windows Server 2008 server. Currently want to replace the old servers with the new ones, but was hoping all of our server settings could be imported to the new servers, instead of having to set everything up all over again. Also the old servers will be used still but only as an emergency backup incase something happens to the new server. Anyone have some input on this ? Thanks! -David
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It can be done, what edition of 2003 are you using? what edition of 2008 are you using? Have you considered upgrading your 2003 servers to 2008? EDIT: OK, I just realized how old this thread was...lol.
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1. M.2 to M.2 SSD Image Transfer

The M.2 2280 form factor solid state drive is becoming more prevalent in today‘s computers because of its ability to save space and pure speed.  The M.2 port accepts two interfaces, the mSATA and the NVMe, the mSATA has two keys on both sides (B+M) and the NVMe has one key on the right side (B).  The NVMe uses 2 more PCIe lanes than the mSATA, because of this many people are switching to the NVMe interface.  At the time of this writing it is unusual to come across a PC with 2 separate M.2 ports.  Also it is difficult to find adapters that properly accept the NVMe interface. 

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2. System Image Backup Utility from Microsoft is Your Best Friend

This article discusses how the “System Image Backup” feature in Microsoft Windows Control Panel can save you from untold wasted time and aggravation in the event of a catastrophic hard disk crash.

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3. Laptop PC Manufacturers Have a Way to Get You to Buy More Laptops

This article discusses something I have noticed in my computer repair appointments that have convinced me that laptop pc manufacturers have a master plan for getting you to buy more of their laptops.

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4. A PC Repair Double Whammy

This is a story about a PC repair encounter I recently had where two unrelated problems made it impossible to fix the computer.

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