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  1. In theory the correct answer is no upper limit for name lengths. Allow the user to enter whatever their name is using whatever characters are available to them so that you will never run into a circumstance where someone is prevented from entering their valid real name.
  2. Re: Network does not see tower

    In all modern mobile networks, the operator can calculate where a particular subscriber's phone is located whenever the phone is powered on and registered with the network. The ability to do this results from the way the mobile network is built, and is commonly called triangulation. One way the operator can do this is to observe the signal strength that different towers observe from a particular subscriber's mobile phone, and then calculate where that phone must be located in order to account for these observations. The accuracy with which the operator can figure out a subscriber's location varies depending on many factors, including the technology the operator uses and how many cell towers they have in an area. Very often, it is accurate to about the level of a city block, but in some systems it can be more accurate. There is no way to hide from this kind of tracking as long as your mobile phone is powered on and transmitting signals to an operator's network. Although normally only the mobile operator itself can perform this kind of tracking, a government could force the operator to turn over location data about a user (in real-time or as a matter of historical record). In 2010, a German privacy advocate named Malte Spitz used privacy laws to get his mobile operator to turn over the records that it had about his records; he chose to publish them as an educational resource so that other people could understand how mobile operators can monitor users this way. (You can visit here to see what the operator knew about him.) The possibility of government access to this sort of data is not theoretical: it is already being widely used by law enforcement agencies in countries like the United States. Another related kind of government request is called a tower dump; in this case, a government asks a mobile operator for a list of all of the mobile devices that were present in a certain area at a certain time. This could be used to investigate a crime, or to find out who was present at a particular protest. (Reportedly, the Ukrainian government used a tower dump for this purpose in 2014, to make a list of all of the people whose mobile phones were present at an anti-government protest.) Carriers also exchange data with one another about the location from which a device is currently connecting. This data is frequently somewhat less precise than tracking data that aggregates multiple towers' observations, but it can still be used as the basis for services that track an individual device—including commercial services that query these records to find where an individual phone is currently connecting to the mobile network, and make the results available to governmental or private customers. (The Washington Post reported on how readily available this tracking information has become.) Unlike the previous tracking methods, this tracking does not involve forcing carriers to turn over user data; instead, this technique uses location data that has been made available on a commercial basis.
  3. Re: [SOLVED] Windows 10 and SMB

    Having been a lifelong Windows and DOS user, I have to say that the updating (from Windows 7) was not very smooth at all. I am running a pretty standard computer with a mainstream Nvidia graphics card, and it took nearly FIVE hours! When it first booted to desktop there was no sign of any Nvidia drivers, so the graphics were screwed up and there was no sound at all. It was a case of sitting and waiting for all the updates to be done. Now it's great but I had to troubleshoot and tweak a few things to get it into a fit state. I would definitely say that unless you are an 'expert' Windows user you should probably wait a few weeks before installing.
  4. Try to run your server without metamod/amxx to see if it crashes.
  5. Re: Monitor signal sleep

    Windows opens, but after a while the monitor displays the message Most likely the computer has entered sleep mode. To bring the computer out of sleep mode, use the following steps: You may try the following steps and check whether you can fix the issue. Method 1: To bring the computer out of sleep mode 1. Move the mouse or press the Spacebar. 2. If the computer does not wake, press the keyboard Suspend button. You may need to press the Suspend button on the keyboard twice (the suspend button has an icon that looks like a quarter moon). 3. If the computer still does not wake, press the Power button on the computer case for one second and release. 4. If the monitor does not wake, restart the computer and turn off suspend mode: NOTE: Turning off suspend mode does not solve the problem, but it will help you determine if the problem is related to suspend mode or something else. Steps for Windows Vista : a. Wait until the hard drive activity light on the computer is not lit and then press and hold the Power button on the computer case until the computer turns off. b. Wait 5 seconds and then turn on the computer by pressing the power button again. c. Click Start, Control Panel, System and Maintenance, and then click Power Options. d. Select High performance, and then click Change plan settings. e. Change the settings to Never. f. Click the Save changes button to accept the changes, and then restart the computer. 5. Use the computer with the power settings turned off to see if the message continues. • If the message opens after a software program is opened, such as when starting a game, the software is forcibly changing the display resolution to a mode that is not supported by the computer and monitor. Do not use the software or change its video settings. • If the message opens after certain period of time when the computer is not in use, the problem is most likely being caused by a screen saver. Turn off the screen saver to see that the problem no longer continues. If the above steps don’t work, then you may refer the following HP support link and try the steps provided Method 2:Also make sure that the Display adapter is up to date. 1. Open Device Manager by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenanceand then clicking Device Manager. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. 2. In Device Manager, locate Display Adapter you want to update and then double-click the device name. 3. Click the Driver tab and then click Update Driver and follow the instructions.

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