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captcurt
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Joined: 09 Sep 2009
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:03 pm    Post subject: All Working but ???

Good Morning All:

Finally have the TC5700/MJ working fine. I had to add the USBAUDIO drivers list according to Jeepsters step by step.

I also have the TC set-up for a daily reboot via task scheduler. I cannot find a way to get to the task scheduler directly from the TC. BUT, if I log onto the TC as a workgroup computer from another machine on my network, the scheduled tasks folder shows up immediately along with the printers/faxes folder and I use it from there. Seems odd.

2 Questions tho:

System is running fine..why does the Jeepster process call for adding DirectX?

Second, I am using a daily reboot just to force the MJ to add any updates. It makes some sense that I would not want to do a commit along with those reboots to protect the system from any malware. If I add a commit prior to the daily reboot, is my thinking correct that this is not a good thing to do? I guess thats why I have not seen a scheduled task described that includes Commit?

Thanks

Curt
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Diggs
Dan isn't smart enough to hire me


Joined: 14 May 2010
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:40 pm    Post subject:

Jeepster? I have no idea what Jeepster is.

You reboot daily for updates? Not sure why you do that. I don't think that MagicJack has put out a good update yet and I definitely don't want to be one of the first to try their updates.

I used to reboot once a week with Task Scheduler. Now I manually reboot once a month or so. No problems with memory leakage either.

I would not commit right before a reboot. I commit only after a fresh reboot and have checked for updates. I know the system is as clean as it can be before a commit that way.
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captcurt
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 12:55 pm    Post subject:

OK..makes sense.

Jeepster was a poster on this forum that has a step by step guide posting.

Makes sense.

I'll change to weekly and I am glad I was thinking straight regarding the no commit prior to reboot.

Thanks Again,

Curt
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VaHam
Dan Should Pay Me


Joined: 13 Feb 2008
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 9:30 pm    Post subject: Re: All Working but ???

captcurt wrote:
Good Morning All:

Finally have the TC5700/MJ working fine. I had to add the USBAUDIO drivers list according to Jeepsters step by step.

I also have the TC set-up for a daily reboot via task scheduler. I cannot find a way to get to the task scheduler directly from the TC. BUT, if I log onto the TC as a workgroup computer from another machine on my network, the scheduled tasks folder shows up immediately along with the printers/faxes folder and I use it from there. Seems odd.

2 Questions tho:

System is running fine..why does the Jeepster process call for adding DirectX?

Second, I am using a daily reboot just to force the MJ to add any updates. It makes some sense that I would not want to do a commit along with those reboots to protect the system from any malware. If I add a commit prior to the daily reboot, is my thinking correct that this is not a good thing to do? I guess thats why I have not seen a scheduled task described that includes Commit?

Thanks

Curt


It was passed around here a while back that DirectX was required in order to have working audio with one of the MJ revisions. I never added it and mine worked fine.
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