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I just had my first ever HDD failure. One of the drives in the HTPC started making clicking sounds and windows cannot find any of the data on it. Besides movies and all of my sons Baby Einstein videos, this thing had all of the different 60's and 70's drive-in movie snack trailers that I had XBMC configured to play before a movie. I scoured the internet for those things frown.gif

I suspect this is the first thing you did, but I've had varied success in the past by restarting multiple times until I can get the drive to spin up. Even some gentle tapping on the drive in a few cases. If you do get it to spin up, copy everything you can off of it immediately, because you may not be lucky enough to get it to do it again.

As I said, you've probably already tried that, but I thought it was worth mentioning.

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I'm actually in the middle of backing up all my important files onto a 2TB HDD that I will be putting in our fireproof safe. I've accidentally deleted large folders that I did not want to where I had to remove the HDD and run software to recover. I wasn't able to recover everything. I'm hoping this helps me in the future.

I am also about to turn my WHS into a Win8 box and use that as my media hub since it will also allow TV tuners which lets me keep using our Xbox's as MCE's. I've pretty much done away with HTPC's... I'm over tinkering all the time and it gets old when I pop in a BD and it takes 20 minutes or more to figure out why it's not playing correctly and then fix it.

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Thanks for the help and advice. I did try some of the internet tricks to temporarily salvage a failed drive (freezer trick!) but they didn't work. Unfortunately I didn't plan for any RAID or backup when I put together my HTPC hardware selection. I am going to keep a lookout for holiday sales and maybe pick up some new drives and a drive bay that supports hardware RAID. The problem is that even on sale at some killer prices it is still going to be over $500 for four 3TB drives and the external bay.

If I go RAID 5 with that it will add another 12TB storage onto what I have now so I should have plenty for any future expansion.

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Nice build nebrunner and you live incredible close to me I live on 107th off of Irvington exit in Avalon. I just bought my first house and looking to put in a home theater in my basement. I didn't know there where that many people in Omaha that had home theaters you have me ecstatic about building one and can't wait. Mind if I pm any of you Nebraskans about build let me know you all have so much more knowledge then me? As I have not tackled anything of this proportion before.
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Welcome to the forum silentswarm. If you haven't seen Woolly's build check it out in the Copperfield Cinema thread, he probably has the nicest theater in Omaha and he holds some Omaha get togethers which would be a good chance for you to meet some of the area experts. There is a lot of knowledgable Omaha guys on this forum and I have learned a lot from them.

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Hi, i would not recommend the auto switched power strip since it isn't likely to handle the amp current surge over time. At least I'd carefully check the rating. I ended up designing and building my own (I realize this solution isn't for everyone). Then someone pointed out some relays from Furman in this post.

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Moggie you talked me into it, I ordered a set. I called Furman, they said that the powerport won't do what I need by itself, it takes a separate relay to trigger it so I ordered one of those as well. I didn't order the rack mount kit...yet.

Do you have more info on what you bought and the total cost of it all? I have a behringer amp and feedback destroyer that require me to turn them on manually. I would like to automate that to use my remote control macro. I like the $35 solution (cheap) but am concerned about it damaging my gear if it turns on/off at the wrong times. How much more expensive is the "right" solution?
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I bought the Furman powerport and an additional power relay for it. I believe retail on them is around $299 and the relay was an additional $30 or so. It is a commercial product so it may be tough to find many discount sellers on a new one, but if you keep an eye out you might score a good deal on used. I see one used on Amazon now for 1/3 the cost of new. They aren't cheap but they are built well and it has worked out great for me.

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Does anyone know if the RSIC-DC04, Genie Clips, etc. clips are available locally in Omaha?

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Yeah lets do that, we can wait till it warms up a bit. I'd like to say I had done more on the pinball cab but I need to do the stuff in the garage and it has been way too cold to get motivated for that kind of thing. I have been installing and configuring all the different pinball tables, which does take some time. Up to 75 or so now.
What is the latest on your pinball cabinet? Did you ever get it looking like you wanted it?

I made quite a bit of progress turning my pinball sale proceeds into a usable space for just me. It just did not end up being the space I wanted to use....


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Edl I don't think you can buy those directly here in town, I ordered all of my stuff from Ted at The Soundproofing Company. I did buy my drywall hat channel here in town at a place called Harter Drywall Supply, and I have seen Green Glue for sale in the tubes at Menards, but it is probably better to buy it in the 5 gallon pails.


dengland I have been making progress on the cabinet but it is very slow. That is my long term project, I get to work on it some weekend days when my son is taking a nap.

The body is complete. I gave up on trying to paint and clearcoat the legs and rails and I took them in to a powder coating shop so they are now done and looking good.

I ordered and received the plexi top cover.

I have mounted the backglass monitor and it is a great fit.

Woolly helped me cut and route out the DMD bezel and now I'm trying to get it painted and sanded so it looks nice and smooth. I have a couple coats of sanding sealer on it but it needs more.

I routed the insides of the main cabinet so the playfield monitor will sit right at the top under the glass. I tested and it fits perfectly.

The next step after finishing the DMD bezel will be to start putting all of the electronic guts into the machine and start wiring up all the switches, buttons and solenoids.

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The next step after finishing the DMD bezel will be to start putting all of the electronic guts into the machine and start wiring up all the switches, buttons and solenoids.
Looking forward to seeing it all together.


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Friday night some of the Omaha AVS guys came over for a showing of Red 2. We broke out a new batch of home brewed Scotch Ale and watched the movie. I commented that I hadn't made any progress in ages on the final theater punchlist. Thanks to their visit I was feeling motivated enough today to get up and do some work.

The two powerports have now been connected and racked. While I was working on that I replaced all the silver rack screws with black to make things look a little neater, and finally connected up the Sherbourn rack cooler. This was a neat little multi-configurable fan that either Desertdome or Andersa talked me into buying. I probably didn't need it as I built some robust airflow into that equipment room, but it had been on sale for a good price and it does help to fill up that oversize Dell server rack.

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I finally joined the forum. Thanks nebrunner for hosting. I really enjoyed myself. You have a very nice setup!
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There is a plumbing access panel on the wall next to the bar area that I have wanted to cover for a long time. It is awkwardly placed and a standard sized movie poster wouldn't be nearly large enough to cover it. I found a place called Heritage Auction that occasionally has old movie posters for auction that are 40"x60" "subway" sized that would be large enough to cover the access panel. I've been camping that site daily for the past 6 months watching for a good deal on a poster that I wouldn't be too ashamed to have hanging in that spot. I have seen some of these things go for hundreds of dollars, a few over a thousand, I got the Spartacus poster for what seemed like a steal, and it turned out to be in mint condition which I found amazing for a giant piece of paper that is over 50 years old. Of course, the framing and matting cost about five times what the poster itself cost.


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One correction - I didn't actually find the Heritage auction site myself, it was provided by another forum member; jayn_j back in 2011 on the first page of this thread. Thank you jayn_j.

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One correction - I didn't actually find the Heritage auction site myself, it was provided by another forum member; jayn_j back in 2011 on the first page of this thread. Thank you jayn_j.

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40x60 is a fairly rare size and that poster was well purchased at that price. FWIW, 3 sheets are even larger at 41x81" I have one of those framed and hung in the theater.

I only have 1 subway myself. It is a Broadway poster from the original run of Grease that appears to have been hung in front of the theater. I absolutely love coming up with paper that has a sense of history. Still waiting on a frame for it though.
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I've got a second generation Oculus dev kit coming in, hopefully in the next few weeks. I built a stand for the first one with an old halloween mask sitting on top of a mannequin head and I'm going to make another one for the next kit.



I also have some scrap lumber in the garage, a piece of laminated countertop from our kitchen remodel, and the Buttkicker LFE that I never wound up using in the theater room. I have next Wednesday off work and I'm going to try to put together a sim racing rig to use when the Oculus gets here. I ordered a racing seat from Jegs.com to use. I'm going to keep it very simple and go with something like this:


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I've got a second generation Oculus dev kit coming in, hopefully in the next few weeks. I built a stand for the first one with an old halloween mask sitting on top of a mannequin head and I'm going to make another one for the next kit.



I also have some scrap lumber in the garage, a piece of laminated countertop from our kitchen remodel, and the Buttkicker LFE that I never wound up using in the theater room. I have next Wednesday off work and I'm going to try to put together a sim racing rig to use when the Oculus gets here. I ordered a racing seat from Jegs.com to use. I'm going to keep it very simple and go with something like this:

Really curious to see how this turns out. I like the buttkicker idea! How many racing games are compatible with Oculus Rift? Are they only games that are made specifically for the device?

It seems like there is a ton of steam behind the project now with the Facebook acquisition and all the new talent they have hired. I wish I could have went to E3 or similar show to try it out for myself. They say trying it is believing.


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I worked on it yesterday and got the base upholstered, the buttkicker and chair both mounted. The base was our kitchen island that I saved when I put granite countertops in. I had a set of rubber isolators from parts express, but I may need another pair in the middle to add more support.





I dug out the Porter Cable stapler. Hello old friend.










Upholstered a base to mount the racing seat to. The buttkicker is underneath the seat.





Seat mounted, I used lag screws to give it some stability.





I disassembled the Logitech pedals and installed stiffer springs. They will be hard mounted to a base this weekend. Tonight I need to go get some measurements from a real car, it's been a long time since I have driven a 5 speed.



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The Oculus G2 is on its way via UPS and arrives on Thursday, I lit a burner under things today to try and get this done before then.

Cut some angled supports out of 2x6 and upholstered them:




Made a little shelf to support the steering wheel and upholstered it:



Built a little shelf to mount the stick shift:



Mounted the peripherals:





Tomorrow I need to paint the uprights and put on some Ferrari stickers I found on Ebay.

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What about us left-handed people?


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Hey LeBon, I am left handed, my son is too As far as I know the only cars with stick shift on the left side are those in nations that drive on the opposite side of the road.

I had some time on Saturday to get things painted up and starting to get close to finished.



Buddy of mine saw it and thought the fire extinguisher on the front was meant to be a NOS system. That got me thinking that it might be fun to make it look like a NOS system so today I stripped it down and hit it with the first coat of metallic blue paint, and also printed out some NOS logos to use on it when it is painted and cured.




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Finished the bar area and the dricore. Carpet goes in next week.


I really like your home theater and entertainment area! I'm considering stealing your mini-fridge bar design for my media room! I'm probably going with some pre-fab cabinets from HD or Lowes, but can I ask where you got your countertop at? Is that laminate or a solid surface? Also, did you have to get a special mini-fridge with venting out the front to avoid overheating issues?

Thanks in advance! Your setup looks very nice!
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I really like your home theater and entertainment area! I'm considering stealing your mini-fridge bar design for my media room! I'm probably going with some pre-fab cabinets from HD or Lowes, but can I ask where you got your countertop at? Is that laminate or a solid surface? Also, did you have to get a special mini-fridge with venting out the front to avoid overheating issues?

Thanks in advance! Your setup looks very nice!
Scott I got the granite from the remnant center for CKF at 108th and J st. I believe that piece was less than $150, if it wasn't a remnant and I had to order the whole slab it would have been 10x that much. Anders and Woolly helped me transport and install some of the granite and quartz we used.

Mini fridges are tough to find at a decent price, the really good ones cost $1500 or more. There is an entire thread about them in the accessories sub forum. That particular one isn't great but it was the best compromise I could find between form function and pricing, it is a Magic Chef brand sold from Home Depot. It does vent in the front which is good, but it doesn't get much below 38 degrees.

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Thanks, i'll have to check out that ckf remnant center. I was at menards yesterday and they have some presized (60") laminate tops but they look somewhat cheap. I also checked into ordering some better looking custom laminates, which might work. As you said,the custom granite and quartz options are quite a bit more expensive. Thanks for the tip!
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I made it out to Denver for CEDIA today. I met BigMouthinDC which was great as his room was the original inspiration for my room and he also gave me help and advice when I was building my theater. He looks way younger in person than his photos on this forum.

I sat in on the Dolby Atmos home demo and also the demo for Epson's new pseudo 4k (e-shift) laser lcos (lcoq?) projector. The Dolby demo sounded great but I'm not in any hurry to cut into my soundproofed ceiling to mount the overhead speakers - I'll save that for the next theater room in the next house. The Epson projector is pretty amazing, I think laser is going to be the future. It was bright, sharp, and the fan noise was basically inaudible.

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