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AM ASKING FOR HDMI of dell latitude d620
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  1. The D series doesn't do HDMI
  2. ex_bubblehead said:
    The D series doesn't do HDMI


    Hi :)

    Agreed..i scrapped one around a week ago...it was VERY VERY old ...

    All the best Brett :)
  3. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    Agreed..i scrapped one around a week ago...it was VERY VERY old ...

    All the best Brett :)


    They may be old but they're great with 4GB and Gentoo Linux on them.
  4. ex_bubblehead said:
    They may be old but they're great with 4GB and Gentoo Linux on them.



    Hi :)

    I cannot disagree, but selling a Linux machine in my shops is impossible, unfortunately...

    We scrap a lot of reasonable stuff, I scrapped a 4000 X2 machine today, with a decent oldish 1 gb card in it...same reason, unsellable..

    All the best Brett :)
  5. I don't sell'em, I and my crew use them (mostly D630) for live forensic captures. They're rugged, reasonably compact, and light weight.
  6. ex_bubblehead said:
    I don't sell'em, I and my crew use them (mostly D630) for live forensic captures. They're rugged, reasonably compact, and light weight.



    Hi :)

    Whats a "Forensic capture" ..out of interest ?

    All the best Brett :)
  7. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    Whats a "Forensic capture" ..out of interest ?

    All the best Brett :)


    The simple explanation: Capturing memory contents, drive image/s, and other evidence from a suspect computer/s using tools designed so as not to alter the data in any way, for later forensic analysis. It may be done in civil, criminal, or company internal investigations. "Live" captures are done in cases where the computer can not be shut down or otherwise taken off line (company or law enforcement want a 'stealth' collection, or capturing things like encryption keys where the only copy exists in memory).
  8. ex_bubblehead said:
    The simple explanation: Capturing memory contents, drive image/s, and other evidence from a suspect computer/s using tools designed so as not to alter the data in any way, for later forensic analysis. It may be done in civil, criminal, or company internal investigations. "Live" captures are done in cases where the computer can not be shut down or otherwise taken off line (company or law enforcement want a 'stealth' collection, or capturing things like encryption keys where the only copy exists in memory).


    Hi :)

    Ah I see thanks :)

    All the best Brett :)
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