I have concrete slab with copper pipes for gas and water in my kitchen. I need to insulate it and then put screed on top. The screed will contain my water under floor heating. I have got rigid insulation where I can except I the kitchen where I have too much pipes and will require too much cutting of the rigid insulation which makes it weak. Is spray foam strong enough to use in the parts where the pipes are? Any other suggestions?
Many thanks1 AnswerDo It Yourself (DIY)2 months ago
Hi people, I need to build a "gaming" pc for my cousin. I was wondering, although this is my first time, do these specs match up? Would there be any problem after hooking it all up? Also comment if there are any better alternatives to each component or if it is cheaper in another website. Many thanks I really would appreciate if you can help me out here.
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PSU: XFX 850W XXX Edition Modular '80 Plus Silver' Power Supply [P1-850B-NLG9] - £95 - Should I buy a different one? is it going to make a big difference for choosing a different one for my specs?
CPU:Intel Core i5-2500K 3.30GHz (Sandybridge) Socket LGA1155 Processor - Retail [BX80623I52500K] - £174
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 500GB SATA 6Gb/s 16MB Cache - OEM (ST500DM002) [ST500DM002 - £63
RAM:Kingston HyperX Genesis Grey 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C9 1600MHz Dual Channel Kit (KHX1600C9D3X2K2/4GX) [KHX1600C9D3X2K2/4GX] - £23
MOBO: Gigabyte Z68AP-D3 Intel Z68 (Socket 1155) DDR3 Motherboard [GA-Z68AP-D3] - £77
GPU/Graphics card: XFX ATI Radeon HD 6850 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card [HD-685X-ZCFC] - £98
Case: Antec 900?? - 77 pounds from Amazon.3 AnswersPC9 years ago
I have an essay to do and the patient has pancreatic cancer of the head of the pancreas. One of his clinical presentations is his raised plasma glucose. The essay says to explain its pathophysiology. I'm stuck on this part! Any ideas on what to look for to explain this? Thanks in advance!3 AnswersCancer9 years ago
Ok so I have just downloaded drivers for my laptop manually to enable me to connect my tv via hdmi (this wasn't possible without these drivers for some reason-i had no signal on tv). While I was connected I was watching a program and halfway through the tv went blank then the laptop went blank but the laptop was still running. However, I got the laptop back on (it actually resumed ecerything back to normal). So it connected tp tv again but very soon after (5mins) the same thing happened again! I decided to watch the show on my small laptop screen alone and it didn't go off. Why is this happening when connected to it. The resolution was 1336x768ish. Is that too high? Or is it power saving? I doubt it though as power saving is on balanced with no limitations. What can it be?
-graphics - nvidia geforce g 105m. -laptop- HP Pavilion dv3-2130ea. TV LG 32 inch LED (32le4500). Thanks1 AnswerLaptops & Notebooks9 years ago
Hello I have tried everything for this but no luck!. My laptop is a HP pavilion DV3 2130ea. The internal graphics card is Nvdia Geforce G105M. The TV model is LG 32LE4500 which is a full HD 32 Inch LED TV. I have connected 2 different types of HDMI cable to this TV and this laptop. The laptop does "see" the LG tv in "control panel". However, when I connect the HDMI the tv goes blank and then "no signal". I have tried all the HDMI ports on the TV but no luck!. However, the PS3 works perfectly on the TV and also this laptop did work with another smaller HDTV. I have spoken to customer service but they can't seem to resolve it - they say the TV is fine but it's the laptop's problem. I wish there is some sort of solution for this. He also says that I should keep the laptop on low res as the laptops graphics card won't be able to handle the 32 inch tv. I have tried all of this. Please help guys or advise me on who to call? THANKS!!!!2 AnswersTVs9 years ago
I can drive at day light and see perfectly fine but at night it's very difficult for me to see. I don't want to risk anything so I was wondering if someone can advise me on the most powerful, road legal lights. Also the specs I should be looking for? Thank you so much my knowledge of cars suck! Thanks again! You'll be helping me out a lot and even saving my life.3 AnswersInsurance & Registration9 years ago
I have a HP pavillion dv 3 laptop and I'm trying to connect it to my new LG LED 32 inch L£-4 Series TV!! I go to the hdmi i connected to on the tv- It says connecting and then no signal??? Please help I've been trying everything! THANKS in advance!!!2 AnswersLaptops & Notebooks9 years ago
I always wonder what do questions like this mean by "significance". However all I know is that they may arise from above or below the main renal arteries. Also these "extra" arteries are found more commonly in the left kidney. Thanks in advance.1 AnswerHeart Diseases10 years ago
Please, if you can, provide a source for this so i can also make sure for myself thank you. I've typed in google to find an answer but can't find one anywhere lol. Thanks guys.3 AnswersHeart Diseases10 years ago
I buried the kitten. I checked before to make sure the kitten is not alive. I picked it up to check for any movement there was none. The kittenwas also cold on touch. I waited for an hour too see for any signs of live. I even tried to do cpr on its tiny chest for 5 minutes, but nothing happened. Can i b sure that the kitten is definitly not alive?
I've just arrived today, from university and spotted the poor thing to be layin in an unusual manner. Apparently, kitten was crying all night. The other three are ok. The mother is young, i hope the rest will b fine. And i hope i haven't buried that kitten and he/she is not alive.
Thanks5 AnswersCats10 years ago
Im at the uni of southampton and living in the student residence. I nee wireless as i habe many equipment that use wireless. I am pretty sure soithampton uni has their own servers for internet. The problem is which wireless router would i need? The clerk at the shop said i need to find out if the uni internet is dsl or adsl. I called my uni internet provider people and he didnt seem too sure (he did mutter that it was neither dsl or adsl - but im a quite sure he didnt knownwhay he was talking about. I know other people have wireless router innthe student residence as i can detect their signal with my phone. Would anyone know whatrouter for wireless would most likely be the correct one to buy? If it helps my internet on speedtest is 70mbps and upload is 20mbps. Thanks is advance!6 AnswersComputer Networking10 years ago
Man, I got this phone just 2 weeks ago, and about half an hour ago, after I called my friend (I didn't get through to her), it just suddenly went off and not turning back on now.
I even tried connecting it to my laptop with the USB cord and still nothing happens...
I have just recently moved into university, which is very distant from my home town, and my stupid mobile contract was the only way I could make calls.
What should I do? Help would be greatly appreciated.
It is not covered with insurance, it's a contract with O2.
Thanks for the help4 AnswersMobile Phones & Plans1 decade ago
Hi guys! I have just received my Iphone 4g handset and one of my friends were playing about with it... teasing me. She attempted to drown it in a glass of drink, while she thought she wouldn't get it dunked, she actually got about half a CM from the bottom edge of the phone (but instantly pulled it out)... the built in speakers are located there as well as the port to input the cable! So I was just testing, with some music, the built in speakers... I can only hear the right one and not the left one (or probably due to human error it's just louder than the left one). Please can someone confirm with me that if this is normal or not.
The Iphone 4 did have a silicon fitted on it already while it was dabbed. Everything seems to work fine... the only thing I'm really worried about is the speakers... as I don't know if it's a normal thing for them being like that.
The incident had taken place about 5/6 hours ago, I would very much appreciate your help!
Thank guys.3 AnswersMobile Phones & Plans1 decade ago
I downloaded windows 7 to try out on a "vista" laptop. Then I used Daemon tools to mount the image file. Then I started install... Then at the "completing install" stage (the last stage among the 4 or 5 stages) it stopped (I think) at the bottom of the screen (the installing bar thing). Did it stop? or is it just taking long? It's a pretty good laptop.
But that's not the big problem. I (the idiot) held the power down to see if it would restart and continue reinstalling... But obviously it didn't. It said in the middle of the screen "setting up services" or something... Then it would just come up with a message saying ... ... ... "press OK to restart and continue install" then after trying that several times that message dissappeared... and now it would just restart and go back to that "setting up services" and restart again automatically - constantly. How could I fix this? without losing the pictures being lost? (I'm so gonna die).
I have searched all over the internet for answers but had to post this up to see if you guys had the answer. I beg you - This is my girlfriend's Mum's laptop... Please help me.3 AnswersLaptops & Notebooks1 decade ago