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May 03
2008

Home Network Builder - Section 2 Update

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We finished shooting Section 2 on Monday and edited it all together Tuesday and Wednesday. It looks like we'll need to re-shoot a few things but I'll wait until the end of the project just in case we need more footage to complete the DVD.

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Yesterday I hooked up the new Wireless N router and it appears to be running well. I say appears because it did have trouble at first. With the configuration just as it was from the factory we were able to see the router from any computer with a wireless adapter and connect, but as soon as I changed anything in the routers configuration it seamed to go into invisible mode. This is a feature that lets you hide your network so you have to know the name or SSID of the router to connect to it. However, the invisible mode was turned off.

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It turned out the problem was that I had connected the power for the router to an extension cord with a few other devices also using the same cord. It's a good lesson to make sure you have enough power for your devices, otherwise things like this could happen.

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The router did drop the wireless one more time, but a quick reset fixed it. It's been up for about 20 hours now.

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I'll be poking around in it's configuration utility while I plan Section 3. Section 3 will cover configuring the options in the router to get it to see the modem and get the wireless secure.

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Apr 28
2008

Home Network Builder - Section 2 Update

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Lesson 2 is basically done. Lesson 2 covers installing a USB wireless adapter into a desktop computer. The video was shot yesterday in a childrens playroom.

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We're shooting again today Lessons 3 and 4, in a living room for the PCI wireless adapter going into a home theater PC.

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It's a nice day so we might shoot the video for Lesson 4 outside. It shows installing a PC Card wireless adapter into a notebook computer.

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I do have to go pick up a Playstation 3 since GTA 4 comes out tomorrow and the stores will probably sell out of the PS3's for awhile. We'll be needing the PS3 for one of the later lessons that will show how to get non-computer electronics on a wireless network.

Apr 24
2008

Home Network Builder - S2 L1 in the can

Posted by Admin2 in Product Development

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Yesterday we shot lesson 1 of Section 2. It was in a very cramped home office. This office is usually pretty hot. It has a computer with Pentium 4 CPU which is probably the hotest Intel ever made, plus two 19: CRT monitors. The office doesn't get much AC either even though it's right next to the indoor units blower motor (go figure). Add our video lights and a few extra bodies and it was just bad.

We're going to shoot the rest of Section 2 around the house, but first I'm going to capture the video from yesterday and make sure it's good. It's been a few months since I shot video with this camera and I loaned it to a friend in the mean time. The camera looks OK but there might be something wrong that will show up on the video. Fingers crossed.

Apr 21
2008

Home Network Builder - Update

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We've recorded the audio for Section 2 of the videos and edited it together.

Today I'm cleaning up the sound (removing hiss, normalizing volume) and gathering all the networking hardware we need to shoot the video for Section 2.

We should start shooting tomorrow.

Apr 16
2008

Home Network Builder - Shot list

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Today we've been going through the script for Section 2 and making a shot list. Section 2 is all about gettings the hardware hooked up and the wireless adapters installed into the computers.

Section 2 is where most of the actual video will be. The other sections will largely be video screen captures with narration, much like the computer setup lessons in the Home PC Builder videos.

I'm leaning toward making four seperate lesson for section 2. It would be a lot to put in one video.

Tomorrow we'll finalize the Section 2 script, record the audio and start editing it together. I hope to finish the editing tomorrow so we can start putting the shot list to use shooting the video this weekend.

Apr 15
2008

New Nvidia video cards are available

Posted by Admin2 in Hardware

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The Geforce 9800 series is available. They are Nvidia's new middle to high end video cards. The prices range from $300 for a 9800GTX with 512MB of onboard memory, to $580 for a 9800GX2 with 1GB of onboard memory.

Here's a list of all of the 9800 boards on Newegg.com

Apr 14
2008

Home Network Builder Section 2

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Today and yesterday we've been writing the dialog for Section 2. Section 2 will cover connecting the modem and router and installing a USB, PCI card and PC Card wireless network adapters into two desktops and one notebook computer.

It looks like it will either be one long lesson or four seperate smaller lessons. I'll have to wait until I get the audio recorded to know for sure. This will be the last of them that is scripted. Sections 3 through 6 should mostly be recorded live. Here's the course outline as it now stands.

1: Networking Hardware
2: Installing and connecting network components
3: Router configuration
4: Configuring and connecting computers and devices
5: Sharing Files and Printers between computers
6: Internet Security

This may and probably will change as we go through the process of making the videos.

Apr 13
2008

Received New Wireless Networking Components

Posted by Admin2 in Product Development

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I got a shipments yesterday with some of the Wireless N networking equipment we'll be showing in the Home Network Builder videos.

The router is a D-Link DIR-655. There's 3 wireless n adapters in the package. A USB adapter, a PCI card adapter and a PC Card adapter.

Section 2, which I'm writing now, will show how to physically install each adapter into a computer and set up the drivers in XP and Vista.

In Section 3 we'll show how to configure the routers settings. Not only the new D-Link we just got, but I'm also going to show a Linksys router set up and a more generic routers set up (Encore brand router).

This will be helpful since each manufacturer has a different layout in their routers configuration. You'll see they all have basically the same elements. They are just in different areas and called by slightly different names.

Apr 12
2008

DDR3 memory prices falling

Posted by Admin2 in Hardware

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DDR3 RAM is getting cheaper. You can get 2GB of decent quality DDR3 PC310666 for $175. Price referenced from Newegg.com

A few months ago the same level of DDR3 was about $50 more. This is a considerable improvement but not enough to recommend DDR3 for every computer. It's still too expensive.

You can get DDR2 RAM much cheaper. DDR2 PC26400, which is pretty much standard for DDR2 starts at about $45 for 2GB of good quality RAM.

The speed benefits of DDR3 can't be denied and all signs are for continued price drops on DDR3 memory. Intel is really pushing for DDR3 to become the new standard in all desktop computers by the end of the year. This will push prices down to somewhere near DDR2 levels. At least close enough for anyone building a computer to seriously consider using DDR3.

Apr 11
2008

New Intel CPU's are available!

Posted by Admin2 in Hardware

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The Penryn family of CPU's from Intel that we talked about in the video lessons and in the forums is out. They use a new 45nm process which makes them run cooler than the older Conroe family which used a 60nm process. The improvements increase performance over the old generation by about 10%.

The desktop version of the Penryn is called Yorkfield and there are several models.

The Core 2 Quad Q9450 Yorkfield 2.66GHz looks to be the best bang for your buck at around $360. It has 12MB of cache! The lower clocked versions have 6MB cache and are only about $60 less.

Here's a link to the Yorkfield CPU's on Newegg.com

You can also search for Q9450 on your favorite search engine and find other places to buy it.

The price goes up very quickly after the Q9450. Keep in mind this mostly gets you a higher clock speed. With a good motherboard and memory you can take a lower clocked CPU like the Q9450 and overclock it to be just as fast as the higher priced models. The QX9770 is the high end model and it cost $1500!

If you're adventurous, you should consider overclocking and save yourself $1000+.

The Q9450 will probably be the CPU I use in the system we put together in the Home PC Builder 2009 videos.

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