1. Post #3761
    Mr Jazz
    Makol's Avatar
    January 2009
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    Whatever. After 20 years of exposure to the language and taking it three years years in high school (I only failed once because I can't speak in Spanish at all) and seeing it written as "si" in handwriting and emails I'm sticking with "si". Plus it seems like people will know what you're talking about.

    Edited:

    Holy fuck. 1680x1050 looks really fucking small on a 15" laptop screen..
    That's why I didn't get the 1920x1080 version of my laptop. It'd be way too small on a 15" laptop.
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  2. Post #3762
    Gold Member
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    March 2010
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    I have seen a 15" with 1080p

    Small icons for the taskbar were turned on.

    And all the icons were the smallest.

    How the fuuuuuuuck could she use it.
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  3. Post #3763
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    May 2010
    5,635 Posts
    "si" is "if" in french.
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  4. Post #3764

    April 2011
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    Whatever. After 20 years of exposure to the language and taking it three years years in high school (I only failed once because I can't speak in Spanish at all) and seeing it written as "si" in handwriting and emails I'm sticking with "si". Plus it seems like people will know what you're talking about.

    Edited:



    That's why I didn't get the 1920x1080 version of my laptop. It'd be way too small on a 15" laptop.
    People will be able to tell most of the time based on context. Also where is your mother from? Some of the South American countries might do it differently.
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  5. Post #3765
    Mr Jazz
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    January 2009
    39,114 Posts
    People will be able to tell most of the time based on context. Also where is your mother from? Some of the South American countries might do it differently.
    She's from Los Angeles

    My grandmother and pretty much all my relatives are spread across Mexico and South America.

    We're everywhere, hell some are even Iceland. Mexicans in Iceland sounds weird.
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  6. Post #3766
    Gold Member
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    March 2010
    7,316 Posts
    Why the fuck would a laptop make a high pitched sound when you are scrolling down? Almost like it is hardcoded in, I did not use the scroll-thingy on the touchpad.

    And sound was turned off.
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  7. Post #3767

    April 2011
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    She's from Los Angeles

    My grandmother and pretty much all my relatives are spread across Mexico and South America.

    We're everywhere, hell some are even Iceland. Mexicans in Iceland sounds weird.
    How does she say if then? I'm intrigued.
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  8. Post #3768
    Mr Jazz
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    January 2009
    39,114 Posts
    Also my great great great something grandfather is Antonio López de Santa Anna for reference of my super weird Mexican heritage.

       and my great great great something uncle is Sam Houston!   

    Edited:

    How does she say if then? I'm intrigued.
    Good question. Normally the emails are short and sweet, but I can go back and look.

    It could be that I'm so adjust to seeing "si" as both "yes" and "if" I don't even realize it.
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  9. Post #3769
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    August 2009
    388 Posts
    New computer is here, would like to buy a comfy headset or headphones + mic to go with it, £50 budget I guess, looking at the Logitech G330 as all I want is something I can Skype with friends or make an occasional video with. Already have an Alienware TactX headset but it's too heavy to be comfortable.
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  10. Post #3770

    April 2011
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    New computer is here, would like to buy a comfy headset or headphones + mic to go with it, £50 budget I guess, looking at the Logitech G330 as all I want is something I can Skype with friends or make an occasional video with. Already have an Alienware TactX headset but it's too heavy to be comfortable.
    HTF-600's and a Zalman Clip-On or Modmic.
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  11. Post #3771
    Cake like Lady Gaga
    Shadaez's Avatar
    December 2005
    16,013 Posts

    yessssss
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  12. Post #3772
    Gold Member
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    November 2010
    2,610 Posts
    Why the fuck would a laptop make a high pitched sound when you are scrolling down? Almost like it is hardcoded in, I did not use the scroll-thingy on the touchpad.

    And sound was turned off.
    My desktop does this too when I'm moving mouse or scrolling.
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  13. Post #3773
    New video cards tend to do that.
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  14. Post #3774
    Mr Jazz
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    January 2009
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  15. Post #3775
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    February 2008
    5,015 Posts
    christ, I wasn't expecting this kind of progress so soon. I was thinking more of Q1 2013
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  16. Post #3776
    Mr Jazz
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    January 2009
    39,114 Posts
    Did you see the last part?

    However, the flood situation isn't the only factor that will affect HDD prices. With increase in prices of raw materials, components, and labour-costs, HDD prices are expected to go up 30-40%.
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  17. Post #3777
    Gold Member

    February 2008
    5,015 Posts
    Did you see the last part?
    oh wait I just noticed I read the first paragraph and forgot about the rest being there
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  18. Post #3778
    Gold Member
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    October 2008
    8,370 Posts


    I wonder if someone here has the processing power to do this...

    Brt?
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  19. Post #3779

    January 2012
    429 Posts
    So, why do the realtek drivers make my mic feedback?
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  20. Post #3780
    Turbo Dyke
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    June 2010
    21,608 Posts
    My school has blocked EXEs but not Executable jar's
    Code:
     {
     try
     {
     Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime();
     Process p = rt.exec("application.exe");
     }
    
     catch(Exception e)
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  21. Post #3781
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    October 2008
    8,370 Posts
    My school has blocked EXEs but not Executable jar's
    Code:
     {
     try
     {
     Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime();
     Process p = rt.exec("application.exe");
     }
    
     catch(Exception e)
    Yeah, because every students knows what a jar file is and how to program in Java.
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  22. Post #3782
    Turbo Dyke
    .Lain's Avatar
    June 2010
    21,608 Posts
    Yeah, because every students knows what a jar file is and how to program in Java.
    It's pretty easy to change 'application.exe' to the desired application and build it
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  23. Post #3783
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    March 2010
    7,316 Posts
    But what do you use to build it?

    dun dun dun!
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  24. Post #3784
    Turbo Dyke
    .Lain's Avatar
    June 2010
    21,608 Posts
    But what do you use to build it?

    dun dun dun!
    School has eclipse
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  25. Post #3785
    Gold Member
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    October 2008
    8,370 Posts
    School has eclipse
    Still, I doubt that most of the students don't even know what is Eclipse for or what does build mean.
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  26. Post #3786
    [EG] Pepper's Avatar
    August 2009
    9,424 Posts
    I was trying to make the picture wingless posted on my profile 5 times bigger to post on his

    Paint managed to suck 3GB of my laptops RAM

    I had to hard reset it
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  27. Post #3787
    Glorious GNU/Linux Master Race
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    May 2010
    5,716 Posts


    I wonder if someone here has the processing power to do this...

    Brt?
    got 4 machines, each one packed with an i7. is that enough?
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  28. Post #3788
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    December 2009
    1,345 Posts
    probably not lol
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  29. Post #3789

    January 2012
    429 Posts


    I wonder if someone here has the processing power to do this...

    Brt?
    I've got a pentium 4 3.3ghz?
    Will that run it?
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  30. Post #3790
    Gold Member
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    October 2008
    8,370 Posts
    got 4 machines, each one packed with an i7. is that enough?
    You'd still have to set up the virtual network with the whole "monitoring system that adds and wipes machines at random".
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  31. Post #3791
    [EG] Pepper's Avatar
    August 2009
    9,424 Posts
    My heavily modified 8800GS cooler fell off just a second ago

    so what did i do?

    CABLE TIE IT BACK ON


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  32. Post #3792
    Mr Jazz
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    January 2009
    39,114 Posts
    How did it fall off?
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  33. Post #3793
    [EG] Pepper's Avatar
    August 2009
    9,424 Posts
    I just picked it up by the blue fan shroud and the card and heatsink fell out

    Edited:

    The card still works with its ULTRA GAMING BLACK CABLE TIES
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  34. Post #3794
    Cake like Lady Gaga
    Shadaez's Avatar
    December 2005
    16,013 Posts
    WHERE CAN I GET LAPTOP SCREWS?

    It it's just the plastic part, take it off.
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  35. Post #3795
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    August 2009
    9,424 Posts
    But the fan is in the plastic part
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  36. Post #3796
    Glorious GNU/Linux Master Race
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    May 2010
    5,716 Posts
    You'd still have to set up the virtual network with the whole "monitoring system that adds and wipes machines at random".
    how about linux cronjobs, to add/remove random vm's at certain times?, or windows Scheduled tasks?
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  37. Post #3797
    Cake like Lady Gaga
    Shadaez's Avatar
    December 2005
    16,013 Posts
    But the fan is in the plastic part
    oh, on my 4850 it was screwed into the metal, i just took the plastic cover off
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  38. Post #3798
    ctlilc's Avatar
    June 2011
    660 Posts
    how about linux cronjobs, to add/remove random vm's at certain times?, or windows Scheduled tasks?
    Virtualbox + cronjob
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  39. Post #3799
    Gold Member
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    October 2008
    8,370 Posts
    do it.
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  40. Post #3800
    ctlilc's Avatar
    June 2011
    660 Posts
    For the monitoring part maybe whatsupgold.com.
    I don't know if you can add custom filters to see if there is a virus on the system but you can read syslogs and ping machines + have a graphical interface with colorcoding of machines and network connections.
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