Failed to Read the contents of XML Resource: IDD_SSH_KEY_CHANGE_DIALOG

Dreamweaver 2019 does not connect to SFTP server and you see the “Failed to Read the contents of XML Resource: IDD_SSH_KEY_CHANGE_DIALOG” error.

1) Close the Dreamweaver application.

2) Go to the following location:

Windows: C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC xxxx\en_US\Configuration
macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Dreamweaver CC xxxx/en_US/Configuration

Here, xxxx is the version of Dreamweaver. For example, if you are using Dreamweaver 2017 running on Windows, then your folder location reads:

C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC 2017\en_US\Configuration

3) Right-click the ssh_hosts file, and rename this file. For example, ssh_hosts_old.

4) Relaunch Dreamweaver and connect to your SFTP server.

USB Front Panel for PC

My PC case has a front panel. Including two USB 2.0 ports, one MIC port, and one earphone port. It is not enough. It is not fast enough.
The motherboard Gigabyte B450M DS3H has F_USB30 and F_USB1 and F_USB2.

I can get a USB front panel and connect it to the motherboard. Then I can use the USB 3.0 and 2.0 together front the front easily.
Let’s have a look at some pictures.

B450M DS3H top view

 

Hard to find the ports. Look at the manual below.

Motherboard USB

 

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XiaoMi MiBox 3 Enhanced

I bought this set-top-box three years ago. It is Mi Box 3, enhanced edition.

It cost me RMB399. Free shipping to my Chinese address.

White color looks nice. Moden design. Not black anymore.

Here is the specification.

  • Rom: 8GB eMMC 5.0
  • Ram: 2GB LPDDR3
  • CPU: MT8693
  • Output resolution: 4K(3840×2160)
  • GPU: Power VR GX6250
  • OS: Android 5.1
  • Video format support: FLV, MOV, AVI, MKV, TS, M2TS, MP4, 3GP, MPEG, OGM
  • Audio format support: MP3, APE, FLAC, AAC, OGG
  • Photo format support: BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG
  • Decoder format: HD MPEG1/2/4, H.264, H.265, Xvid/Divx4/5/6
  • Wifi: 2.4GHz/5GHz, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Blue-tooth: Bluetoothn 4.1+EDR(enhanced data rate)
  • Interface: HDMI 2.0, USB 2.0

 

 

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UGreen Bluetooth adapter 4.0

It is a new Bluetooth adapter which supports Bluetooth v4.0.

Let’s have a look at the package first. Oh, no. I still want to see the difference between Bluetooth 4.0 and its previous generation, such as v3.0, etc.

Bluetooth Specs

The specification of the adapter I got as below:

  • Chip model: CSR8510
  • Bluetooth version: 4.0
  • Data transfer frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Data transfer rate: up to 3Mbps
  • Operation range: up to 20 meters
  • Support USB 2.0 A male port
  • Support protocol: HFP1.5, HSP1.2, AVRCP1.4, A2DP1.2, FTP1.1
  • Compliant with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10

The Package Content:

  • USB Bluetooth Adapter
  • Driver CD
  • Manual
  • Warranty Card

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AS SSD Benchmark Test on Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 SSD

I did a little bit test on my new Samsung  970 EVO Plus  NVMe 250GB SSD.

After I installed the new Samsung SSD and migrate the system disk to it. The default NVMe driver is Windows 10 builtin driver.

Microsoft Standard NVM Express Controller

Driver version: 10.0.18362.1

Driver date: 6/21/2006

Standard NVM Express Controller

 

It can be confirmed on the Samsung Magician software. Under NVMe Driver, it shows Microsoft.

Samsung Magician

 

The test result based on AS SSD Benchmark 1.8.5636.37293.

Stornvme driver Score on AS SSD Benchmark 1.8

The score is 3178.

Later I found AS SSD Benchmark has a new version. V2.0.6812.41776.

Then I run the test on the new AS SSD Benchmark software.

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Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 V-NAND SSD

I bought an SSD from Taobao months ago. It was on sale at that time. I thought it is a good deal. I paid RMB399. Convert it to CAD $75. Compared the price on Amazon.ca, $102.94. I did get a great deal.

I installed it on my desktop yesterday.

Look at what I got.

Samsung 970 EVO Plus Box Front

 

Samsung 970 EVO Plus Box Back

 

Samsung 970 EVO Plus inside the box

Quite easy. there is the place on the motherboard.

Installation of Samsung 970 EVO Plus

 

 

Then download the programs from Samsung official site.

  • Data Migration Tool
  • Magician Software

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Top Benefits of Outsourcing Your Company’s IT Tasks

No matter how large or small your business is, part of your success relies on balancing time, convenience, and expenditures. In some cases, that means you may need to outsource certain tasks because committing in-house resources to them doesn’t provide enough benefits to offset the cost in terms of time and manpower. One area you may want to consider outsourcing is your IT management. There are several potential advantages you may enjoy when you switch to a managed service provider. Here are some of the most important ones.

1. Scalability

When your business grows, your IT needs may change. In many cases, a company’s IT needs evolve simply based on advances in technology and new industry-related requirements. That is why scalability is so vital. With a scalable architecture, you can ensure your IT structure and resources will be able to handle your company’s needs as they change. Building this sort of system with in-house resources is often extremely challenging, but most managed IT support services are designed to provide scalable solutions.

2. Reduced Costs

While you may have to increase your budget initially to pay for the managed services contract, chances are you will save money over time. Managed service providers can give your business the IT support it needs without requiring you to pay for all the hardware and network elements yourself. Additionally, you can avoid paying for upgrades every time there is a technological breakthrough, as most MSPs provide cutting-edge technology as part of their service.

3. Improved Productivity

When you don’t have to assign IT tasks to your staff members, you can keep 100% of your employees’ creativity, innovation, and focus on your company’s core mission. Outsourcing your IT support can ensure your in-house team has the time and energy to perform their roles well, making your business more competitive and successful.

4. Better Security

Security is one of the most important aspects of IT. Keeping your network secure is easier when you have experts focusing on security and compliance tasks. A reliable managed service provider should dedicate the resources to make sure your network and data are safe. In most cases, having an MSP will also reduce downtime related to security issues.

Outsourcing your IT support may provide numerous benefits for your business. You can rely on a managed service provider to handle security and build a scalable solution that meets your company’s needs. When you hire experts for your IT support, you can remove that responsibility from your in-house employees, giving them more time and energy to focus on their unique jobs and goals.

Go Back to the Basics for a Successful Business

When it comes to running a business, it is easy to get so caught up in production that you forget to rely on the basics to get you through. Delegation, respect, and asking for help sounds simple, but it can be hard to do when you are focused on everything that goes into a successful business. Use the following tips to get yourself back on track.

Delegate for Efficiency

It can be extremely tempting to try to do it all yourself. You may feel that if you ask others to handle certain jobs, they won’t complete them to your satisfaction. This results in you having the mindset that it is better to do it yourself. This attitude will waste your time and energy. Pass jobs along to your employees that aren’t vital for you to do. Once you get used to letting go of the smaller tasks, you will have more time to focus on more important matters. Continue reading “Go Back to the Basics for a Successful Business”

The Vital PC Changes for 2019

While mechanical keyboards are obviously the perfect finishing touch to your PC setup, the CES 2019 event revealed some facts and new avenues to explore for both hobbyists and professionals. With announcements by all of the big players like Intel, AMD, and Razer, PC fans have a wealth of new information to process. Building your own PC or opting for something more generalized will still mean making some hard decisions. With new technologies, improved specs, and a more general level of scope from both big and small brand names, here are the most exciting changes to your potential gaming or working setup that could be installed sooner rather than later.

 

Graphics Cards

All circuit boards have been improving in recent years due to evolving PCB tools. These have allowed companies like Altium to help PC designers and manufacturers to streamline and take ownership of their printed circuit boards. As PCBs continue to evolve, it’s no wonder that announcements from Nvidia and AMD have confirmed the production of new and improved upgrades to their graphics card options. Nvidia possibly takes the lead in the graphics card race, with their GeForce RTX 2060 not only compatible with 1440p or 1080p gaming but also comes fully loaded with tensor core hardware and AI-enhanced Deep Learning Super Sampling. This might just take your gaming to the next level.

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