Wednesday, June 1, 2011

pooja kumar bollywood hero

pooja kumar bollywood hero. Neha Dhupia, Chris Kattan amp; Pooja Kumar
  • Neha Dhupia, Chris Kattan amp; Pooja Kumar



  • steviem
    Oct 31, 05:10 PM
    My small collection...

    http://gallery.me.com/sfriedrichs/100018/benno/web.jpg?ver=12885594630001

    I thought Blockbuster went bankrupt?! :eek:





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Neha Dhupia, Chris Kattan and Pooja Kumar attend the premiere of quot;Bollywood Heroquot;. PICTURE NUMBER 5 OF 6. Pooja Kumar Picture
  • Neha Dhupia, Chris Kattan and Pooja Kumar attend the premiere of quot;Bollywood Heroquot;. PICTURE NUMBER 5 OF 6. Pooja Kumar Picture



  • roxor
    Apr 4, 08:33 AM
    Hi,

    I know there are many threads on it. But nowhere have I been able to find a clear answer as to whether it is possible or not to perform the following:

    - I have an internet box from which I get the connection to Internet
    - I have a third-party (Linksys) router that does my routing and my wifi
    - My home is built in a way so that I cannot get wifi everywhere (possibly because the Linksys has crappy range), though I think one extra spot would help

    Can I use an Airport Express device to extend my Linksys' wifi coverage?
    Many threads exist but all contradict on whether it is possible or not to extend non-Apple-based networks with an Apple device.

    If not, does the following architecture work?:
    - Linksys still there to be doing my wired-ethernet routing
    - One Airport Express device plugged to the switch of the Linksys and that delivers wifi
    - A second Airport Express plugged in another room that only extends wifi provided by the first one

    If this still is not possible, what would be? By now, if you're still reading, you must have gotten a clue of what I am trying to achieve ;)

    The thing I'd like to avoid is to have to replace the Linksys by the Airport Extreme that could do my wired-Ethernet routing and still have to get an express one for range extension...

    Thank you.





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. IFC#39;s miniseries Bollywood
  • IFC#39;s miniseries Bollywood



  • HexMonkey
    Jan 3, 06:38 PM
    I've structured the WorldEdit talk page to allow for nominations. This allows everyone (including unregistered users) to make them. Tuesday sounds good to me, although we might have to delay it a bit this week.





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. The premiere of Bollywood Hero
  • The premiere of Bollywood Hero



  • notjustjay
    Feb 14, 12:44 PM
    There is really no point in continuing to have an argument over what is essentially the semantic difference between a virus and a piece of malware.

    Tell your friend it's not worth arguing about.



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    pooja kumar bollywood hero. The premiere of Bollywood Hero
  • The premiere of Bollywood Hero



  • stubeeef
    Sep 23, 07:36 PM
    Maybe you should post all your copy on this forum and let everyone do the work for ya.

    Of course with my outstanding spelling and compostition skills, my own personal editor (skunk keeps working on me, to no avail I might add), and grammer check (I think it is on here somewherz), I could just do that my self 4 ya.

    Rotz a Ruck there snapz. :p





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Worker vedika pooja kumar
  • Worker vedika pooja kumar



  • ZiggyZidel
    May 3, 08:11 PM
    Simple question...

    on the '11 models... would bootcamp be good on a 13'' (either model)? and how much of a difference would there be in a 15'' (low end)?

    Thank you :)



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    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar on Page 3 of the
  • Pooja Kumar on Page 3 of the



  • Cromulent
    Dec 22, 09:54 PM
    I have 3 Spotify invites available. First 3 interested people who post here will get them.

    You need to be resident in one these countries to use it though:

    Sweden, Norway, Finland, the UK, France and Spain.

    E-mail address required.

    Edit: Ooo, 5,000 posts :).





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar has recently
  • Pooja Kumar has recently



  • Psilocybin
    Apr 18, 07:43 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Paper towel? Might as well take a knife to it haha



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    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar of #39;Bollywood
  • Pooja Kumar of #39;Bollywood



  • Blondie :)
    Apr 22, 12:23 AM
    Hello all,

    I had a hunch that this would only be a matter of time, and sure enough, it's happened. My November 2009 MacBook has officially begun to crack in a few areas on the case. The main cracking is on the rear of the computer where the hinge connects to the screen. There is also one crack beginning to form on the left side of my palm rest area. I wonder if apple will provide free replacements for this model as well. This makes me believe apple should just get rid of the plastics altogether.





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Seth Meyers and Pooja Kumar
  • Seth Meyers and Pooja Kumar



  • Black&Tan
    Sep 15, 09:43 AM
    I think I would wait, or just use the toothpaste.

    My uncle works for a company that sells dental implants (nasty stuff!) and feels that the bleaching degrades the dentin significantly. I've checked around with a few people at my company (we sell dental products to dentists) and there is no consensus as to whether it is damaging or not.

    Unless you can find some studies by the ADA or another organisation, I would not try anything too extreme.



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    pooja kumar bollywood hero. “Hello India” — both opposite Bollywood star Akshay Kumar. Udita had a good beginning in 2004 with “Paap”, which was directed by Pooja Bhatt.
  • “Hello India” — both opposite Bollywood star Akshay Kumar. Udita had a good beginning in 2004 with “Paap”, which was directed by Pooja Bhatt.



  • w8ing4intelmacs
    Feb 29, 04:46 PM
    i'll take the flawed one. im sending money now





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. actress Pooja Kumar says
  • actress Pooja Kumar says



  • LethalWolfe
    Apr 7, 04:23 PM
    Leaked... With intro and everything! Pretty amazing how leaked videos are so polished. ;)
    Just because it was intended for in-house or business-to-business use doesn't mean it has to look like crap. We produce a fair amount of in-house promos that either go to the marketing/sales reps or get shown off to the suits up stairs and the videos look as slick as anything you'd see on TV.

    Lethal



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    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Meet Virum Kumar Bollywood#39;s
  • Meet Virum Kumar Bollywood#39;s



  • SuperChuck
    Jan 21, 09:59 PM
    You mean short of finding someone with an unbroken installation CD or buying a new copy of the OS?

    You could try that application whose first syllable is a tangy, green fruit and whose second syllable rhymes with fire...but I don't know how much luck you'll have.





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar Actress Pooja
  • Pooja Kumar Actress Pooja



  • macboy62
    Oct 19, 03:10 AM
    Im to young for meetups, but does anybody know if :apple: are doing it at shibuya store? acutely...no school GINZA YAY!

    maybe

    mom might say no
    (of-course to meetup but to going in general...maybe)

    I think all the stores worldwide are doing the T-shirt thing. Check out Apple Japan site, Google a translation to get it in English.

    As for the meet up... bring your mom, some of us are probably the same age or older :D



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    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Hero actress Pooja Kumar,
  • Hero actress Pooja Kumar,



  • olternaut
    Jan 14, 12:32 PM
    That depends on where in the world you live.

    NYC man! ..........thats new york city for those who need help figuring it out. :D





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar has recently
  • Pooja Kumar has recently



  • nanofrog
    Apr 24, 09:32 PM
    So I'm a freelance Editor/Motion Graphics guy with no real understanding of RAID Controller Cards, or how they work.

    As of right now I have three 1TB drives inside my Mac Pro, RAIDed together (stripe 0) using the OS. No Raid card.

    The drives are all 7200rpm from varying manufacturers. (not sure if this matters.)

    My questions is; is it beneficial for me to get a RAID card to control these drives vs. leaving it to the OS to handle? Any suggestions for me?

    Thanks.

    2010 8-Core Mac Pro 2.4
    14GB RAM
    It all depends on the details of how you use the system (RAID is supposed to be configured to the specific usage, so there's no "one size fits all", though for narrowed usage patterns, you will see similarities).

    I'd advise you to search out previous RAID threads (there's quite a few), and pay attention to the various questions asked, and get back to us with some answers). I'd also recommend you review Wiki's RAID page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAID) (pay particular attention to the different levels).

    If you're a paid professional, using a stripe set (RAID 0) is a disaster waiting to happen. Even with a backup, you'll spend a fair bit of time to perform a recovery when a disk dies (matter of when, not if), and this also means re-performing work that was done between the most recent backup and when the array failed (beyond replacing the bad disk and restoring all the backup files, which presumably <worst case>, will be multiples to return all the data you have from your backup media).

    Glad to see you at least have some sort of backup with your current configuration. :)

    Now if you go with a RAID card, you'll need to use enterprise grade drives for stability reasons (different recovery timings in the firmware than consumer models, which tend to be unstable as a result). Unfortunately, they're not as cheap (in fact, can be 2x as expensive as their consumer counterparts for the latest capacity).

    Consumer disks are fine for backup purposes though, and this can save you a considerable amount of funds, particularly if your capacity requirements are high (i.e. eSATA card + Port Multiplier based external enclosure; example kit (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816111136&cm_re=tr4mp-_-16-111-136-_-Product)).

    There are some inexpensive products that claim RAID 5, but be careful. Some are software based, which should never be used for this level (no solution to the "write hole issue" associated with parity based arrays). Others use very inexpensive hardware RAID controllers (aka RoC = RAID on a Chip). They're slow for primary usage, and is why they're cheap (compromise on performance vs. proper RAID cards).

    If on a budget you could go with RAID-Z, it involves switching to the ZFS file system. RAID-Z1 apparently offers similar performance to RAID5. Read this thread (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1135718) for further insight.
    This can get complicated on the software end though, and not recommended for those that aren't comfortable with the additional complexity (patches for OS X or via VM), particularly for a DAS system (has more merit with NAS or SAN IMO).

    So I'd stick with a 3rd party hardware RAID card, assuming this is actually needed, enterprise disks and any enclosures/mounting hardware necessary. Much simpler in terms of software (install the drivers, and any interface software that's required to access the card settings), and the hardware aspect isn't that difficult either.

    I would get an SSD for the OS and use the 3x 7200rpm Disks in RAID5.
    RAID5 is great for storing uncompressed video data and in your case would offer protection against a single drive failure.
    Most cards don't deal with consumer grade disks very well (ATTO and Area definitely don't).

    But consumer disks are fine for backup purposed (i.e via eSATA and PM enclosures) due to the lower duty cycle (where you can cut costs effectively, and not endanger the data).

    or Just RAID5 with 3x HDD's and partition the RAID volume.
    I wouldn't do this if both partitions are to be used simultaneously (i.e. primary data one one partition, scratch data on the other).

    The most recommend cards right now are the Areca 6g 1880 series or the new ATTO 6G series. For your needs something like the ARC-1880-i SAS 6G RAID Controller would suffice if you don't plan to connect external RAID/Storage solution.
    Those are the best recommendations as far as brand and series per. As to a specific model, it will depend on the specifics, particularly for growth (i.e 8 ports may be outgrown in under 3 years, so getting a card with sufficient ports to last that long would be cheaper in the long run - just add disks and enclosures as necessary).

    Sorry should have been more clear (like I said I'm dumb) I have a 500GB Boot drive that lives independently from the (3) 1TB drives RAIDED together via the OS.
    A separate boot disk is advisable, as you still have a working OS if the array goes down (allows you to access the card, use the browser to search for help, or deal with Support from the card manufacturer if needed).

    And ALL data (3.5TB's) is backed up by an external 4TB Time Machine RAID (2 drives @ 2TB each)...which is connected via 2 eSATA cables via the eSATA PCI Card I bought from OWC...which I guess is actually RAIDed by the OS as well.
    That backup solution is a RAID 0. The overall backup solution will almost certainly need to change in order to be sufficient for the primary storage pool you'll end up with.

    Not sure what you are looking at, since 3 drives is sort of an odd combination. I have a 2009/2010 Mac Pro Nehalem, running the apple sas card for the 4 internal bays (yes I know they make adapters to use 3rd party cards), and the performance is fair, not great but fair. About 300Mb/s read/write with 4 WD Black edition drives (1tb each). Externally, running an Areca 1680x card, with a 8 drive ProAvio chassis, 8 SAS Seagate 15k7 drives (450GB) which gives close to 900MB/s. I have tried multiple cards over the years, nano and I have exchanged lots of posts/messages. Email/PM me with specific questions and I will try and help you. Beware of most of these 3rd party slot adapters/etc. they are more hassle than they are worth.
    I've not heard or seen any issues with the MaxUpgrades kit.

    As per Apple's card, I'm no fan of it, particularly due to the cost/performance ratio.

    BTW, the OP only has 2 posts at the time of writting this, so returning a PM isn't possible yet (needs to have 5 posts IIRC). email would work if you have that enabled.



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  • Dagless
    Apr 11, 06:46 AM
    It's a shame EA and co are rushing out ports before their actual games come to the market. But ah well, Blackhand is supposed to be great and I actually want to play that snowboarding game (name escapes me).

    The scramble started around January for dev kits. It's going to be a while but there is going to be a surge of games coming. For better (variety) or worse (most will probably be crap).





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar Pictures - 7th
  • Pooja Kumar Pictures - 7th



  • LouieSamman
    Apr 30, 01:12 AM
    Am I missing something? I get an email everytime someone replies to a thread I've posted in.

    Now what would be nice is if that email had a link to the thread on the regular site and for the mobile site.

    No an email of someone replying to a comment you left in a thread. Not someone who replies to a thread.

    For example you read a thread someone posted and you have a question. So you leave your question within that persons thread. There would be people who would quote your question and answer it. You then get a email of those people who quoted and answered your question.

    Being subscribed to a thread that you left a question on is too much work to always look at all the replies people left to the thread as your waiting for a reply to your comment.

    Sometimes I don't want to waste my time reading the hundreds of comments after my comment and most likely interested only if someone quoted my comment.

    So what would be nice is an option, when subscribing to a thread, to either receive an email every time someone comments to a thread OR someone quoting your comment and replying to it..





    pooja kumar bollywood hero. Pooja Kumar of #39;Bollywood
  • Pooja Kumar of #39;Bollywood



  • OrangeSVTguy
    Apr 3, 08:18 AM
    I bought an ATI cooler for my 7800GT. NV silencer 5 rev. 3.

    Here's my thread on it. http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=966462





    slooksterPSV
    May 31, 01:30 AM
    All of my favorite mac sites: (still there are more)
    www.apple.com
    www.baucomcomputers.com
    www.cdw.com
    www.clubmac.com
    www.dealmac.com
    www.dvwarehouse.com
    www.lowendmac.com
    www.macmall.com
    www.macbytes.com
    www.macofalltrades.com
    www.macpro.com
    www.macprices.com
    www.macresq.com
    www.macrumors.com
    www.megamacs.com
    www.powermax.com
    www.poweron.com
    www.thinkdifferentstore.com
    www.zones.com
    www.smalldog.com





    furryrabidbunny
    Sep 13, 01:29 AM
    Yeah, it should. And your statement isn't QUITE correct. There was PC1600. (Slower than PC2100,) but it was really unusual. By the time DDR became mainstream, PC2100 was the norm.
    sweet... then i am upping my ram to 384! these system is crippled. it wouldn't be so bad if it had dedicated video memory. I get horrible lag when trying to open calculater while firefox is open.





    Mutinygraphiks
    Jan 9, 12:20 PM
    try the knife or scissor tool and cut the selection you would like.





    Dusse
    Oct 13, 01:31 PM
    So..what they're saying is essentially if all of Apples products stops selling it could be a problem.





    DustinT
    Mar 3, 10:13 AM
    So, there's no audiophile grade headphone amp inside a MacBook Pro unfortunately. Still, there can be tremendous variation between the quality of the headphone output on a laptop.

    What did you think of the sound when you tried your headphones on your MacBook Pro? How about if you connect a pair of high impedance cans?



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