• 2005 GSXR 1000 full throttle problem?

    Was cruising on the highway and soon as I have it gas, it felt like a misfire and the FI code came on. I pulled over and checked for the code but cais -C00 meaning good. When I shut the bike off and turned back on to rev it, it died. I finally got it to ride but then the whole tachometer shut down and the engine died. I eventually drove the bike... show more
    Was cruising on the highway and soon as I have it gas, it felt like a misfire and the FI code came on. I pulled over and checked for the code but cais -C00 meaning good. When I shut the bike off and turned back on to rev it, it died. I finally got it to ride but then the whole tachometer shut down and the engine died. I eventually drove the bike all the way home normally with no issues. This problem seems to be intermittent and everything on the bike has been changed 7k miles ago. All coils, plugs, injectors seem fine. Anyone had this type of issue and can help me find a starting point to look? It is definitely hard when no codes are present.
    1 answer · Motorcycles · 2 years ago
  • Assuming that you are connected to a database table called Computers with the fields Computer, Hostname?

    Assuming that you are connected to a database table called Computers with the fields Computer, Hostname Room_Num, CPU_Type, Num_CPUs, Bit_Size, OS_Type, Memory, and HDD_Size, write the SQL Query String sqlStr such that the fields Computer, Hostname, and CPU_Type will be displayed for all records CPU_Type is 'AMD' and the Bit_Size is 64. The... show more
    Assuming that you are connected to a database table called Computers with the fields Computer, Hostname Room_Num, CPU_Type, Num_CPUs, Bit_Size, OS_Type, Memory, and HDD_Size, write the SQL Query String sqlStr such that the fields Computer, Hostname, and CPU_Type will be displayed for all records CPU_Type is 'AMD' and the Bit_Size is 64. The returned records should be sorted by Hostname.
    2 answers · Programming & Design · 2 years ago
  • What is the problem with the following statement? 65 = seniorAge?

    65 is not a reasonable age for a senior. The data types don't match. 65 should be in quotes. The value on the left must be a variable name.
    65 is not a reasonable age for a senior. The data types don't match. 65 should be in quotes. The value on the left must be a variable name.
    1 answer · Homework Help · 2 years ago
  • Gabapentin vs Norco?

    I'm currently taking 900 mg of Gabapentin for my nerve pain, but was switched to Norco 5mg/325 something like that but I feel as if the Norco doesn't work as good. Is Gabapentin a stronger nerve pain agent? I know Norco is an opiate, but I feel as if the does needs to be stronger or switch back to Gabapentin. Anyone that's been on these... show more
    I'm currently taking 900 mg of Gabapentin for my nerve pain, but was switched to Norco 5mg/325 something like that but I feel as if the Norco doesn't work as good. Is Gabapentin a stronger nerve pain agent? I know Norco is an opiate, but I feel as if the does needs to be stronger or switch back to Gabapentin. Anyone that's been on these two had similar issues? I just felt that the Doctor did not want to prescribe anything else.
    3 answers · Pain & Pain Management · 2 years ago
  • Companies and identity theft?

    Do companies have a responsibility to disclose identity-theft breaches that occur in their organizations?
    Do companies have a responsibility to disclose identity-theft breaches that occur in their organizations?
    1 answer · Law & Ethics · 2 years ago
  • Identity theft?

    What steps would you take at your current or future job to ensure that personal information, such as human resources or customer information, is not compromised?
    What steps would you take at your current or future job to ensure that personal information, such as human resources or customer information, is not compromised?
    3 answers · Law & Ethics · 2 years ago
  • The following command opens a text file in VBScript. Set file = fso.OpenTextFile(“C:\Data\CustData.txt”, ?, ??, ???)?

    8. (TCO 6) The following command opens a text file in VBScript. Set file = fso.OpenTextFile(“C:\Data\CustData.txt”, ?, ??, ???) To read data from this file, which condition will test to make we are not at the end of the line of text? (Points : 2) While NOT file.EndOfLine ... show more
    8. (TCO 6) The following command opens a text file in VBScript. Set file = fso.OpenTextFile(“C:\Data\CustData.txt”, ?, ??, ???) To read data from this file, which condition will test to make we are not at the end of the line of text? (Points : 2) While NOT file.EndOfLine While NOT file.AtEndOfFile While NOT file.EndOfFile While NOT file.AtEndOfLine
    2 answers · Programming & Design · 2 years ago
  • 2005 GSXR-1000 no start problem?

    Drove my bike to work and after sitting in the sun all day, I attempted to start my bike and It cranked over then it locked up. I attempted to start it several times but all I would hear is the starter trying to start the motor. Long story short, I took the side plate off and attempted to start the bike and I seen the starter spin freely, but when I... show more
    Drove my bike to work and after sitting in the sun all day, I attempted to start my bike and It cranked over then it locked up. I attempted to start it several times but all I would hear is the starter trying to start the motor. Long story short, I took the side plate off and attempted to start the bike and I seen the starter spin freely, but when I put everything back together, still had the same symptoms. About 5 mins later, the bike started up then ran like crap and would die when I would rev it. Once warm, the bike ran fine and haven't had a issue since. My question is, has anyone had the same symptom? All power and grounds/relays are good. Could it be the starter getting stuck at times or a bad stator? Also, the battery is bran new so no problems with voltages. Please, I don't want off topic answers like the forums.
    3 answers · Motorcycles · 2 years ago
  • Symmetric Encryption?

    Symmetric Encryption (graded) The initial encryption standard developed by NIST was called data encryption standard (DES). DES is too weak for modern applications since the key size is only 56-bit. It was replaced by advanced encryption standard (AES). AES has variable key sizes and can require a key size of 256-bit. Discuss if you think AES key... show more
    Symmetric Encryption (graded) The initial encryption standard developed by NIST was called data encryption standard (DES). DES is too weak for modern applications since the key size is only 56-bit. It was replaced by advanced encryption standard (AES). AES has variable key sizes and can require a key size of 256-bit. Discuss if you think AES key size has a direct relationship with algorithm strength. Do you think that AES-256 is necessarily better than AES-128? How long do you think it would take to launch a brute force attack on AES-128 using a standard computer?
    1 answer · Security · 2 years ago