Jason L

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  1. Jason L added a post in a topic: woltlab burning board v3.1 converter   

    We typically update the converters on an as needed basis. We haven't received this request yet. If you would like to have this updated please email conversion@invisionpower.com
  2. Jason L added a post in a topic: MacBook dropping wireless internet, but still connected to router   

    I actually had this issue as well. Turns out it was a somewhat common issue with Westell DSL modem/routers. I'm not sure of the specifics but the fix was to change the channel of the frequency band from 6 to 11. This is worth a shot. It doesn't really make sense that I would have to do this, but it did work for me.
  3. Jason L added a comment: [4.0.0] Thousand separator in nb_NO locale   

    Updating status to: Fixed

  4. Jason L added a post in a topic: xbox error   

    The Red Rings are a tool used by Best Buy to push their stupid warranty plan. Seriously like 5 people asked me about the plan on the way out and I didn't ask for any help picking out what box I wanted... Sad when you have to worry that much about the product when you dish out over $300.
  5. Jason L added a comment on a gallery image: Rosie   

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  7. Jason L added a article in Recurring non-Version Specific Issues   

    MSSQL: Conversion data type 'char' into 'datetime' resulted in a datetime value out of range.
    MSSQL server determines a DATETIME format based on the login user's default language and/or regional settings. If you are receiving the following error:

    "Conversion data type 'char' into 'datetime' resulted in a datetime value out of range."

    This is likely due to the board's SQL user login not having a default language of English. To change this you must log into the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and locate the board's SQL login account from the Server > Security > Logins section. From within that user's properties find the Default language drop down and change it to English.
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