• CIPWTTKT&GC v0x0C (12): Fried eggs and RAM
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I tried swapping the SSD and the DVD-drive to different slots, didn't do anything, so I don't think that's the problem. When I boot into Ubuntu and press Esc I get the following: [IMG]http://i51.tinypic.com/a307cg.jpg[/IMG] And when I try to format it through Ubuntu I get: [code]Error creating partition table: helper exited with exit code 1: Error calling fsync(2) on /dev/sdb: Input/output error [/code]
Tell me, is my user agent switcher working? (on Chrome really by the way) [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] Aww it's not.
Speaking of user agents... [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22706967/wat.png[/img] Suddenly I am using Vista and I don't live in any country :psyduck:
[QUOTE=SuperDuperScoot;30066755]Speaking of user agents... [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22706967/wat.png[/img] Suddenly I am using Vista and I don't live in any country :psyduck:[/QUOTE] You live on Pluto. :ms:
[QUOTE=brandonsh;30066775]You live on Pluto. :ms:[/QUOTE] But I don't wanna live on something that isn't even really a planet... :saddowns:
[QUOTE=SuperDuperScoot;30066755]Speaking of user agents... [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22706967/wat.png[/img] Suddenly I am using Vista and I don't live in any country :psyduck:[/QUOTE] Well it fixed itself.
[QUOTE=SuperDuperScoot;30066866]But I don't wanna live on something that isn't even really a planet... :saddowns:[/QUOTE] That's a hate crime towards Dwarf Planets.
[QUOTE=SuperDuperScoot;30066866]But I don't wanna live on something that isn't even really a planet... :saddowns:[/QUOTE] It's classified as a dwarf planet. I'd be slightly more concerned with its lack of atmosphere, personally.
Okay, fine! I'll live there... Just don't hurt me. :ohdear:
Two of my friends are building computers come summer. Fucking awesome.
[QUOTE=SuperDuperScoot;30066755]Speaking of user agents... [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22706967/wat.png[/img] Suddenly I am using Vista and I don't live in any country :psyduck:[/QUOTE] I wonder what country I would be listed on if I was in an international base in Antarctica.
Testing Chrome User Agent switcher [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] Wow this thing sucks [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] Anybody have a good Chrome one?
[QUOTE=ManningQB18;30067621]Testing Chrome User Agent switcher [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] Wow this thing sucks [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] Anybody have a good Chrome one?[/QUOTE] No, because it's chrome.
[QUOTE=LemONPLaNE;30067640]No, because it's chrome.[/QUOTE] fuck off with your browser elitism
[QUOTE=kaine123;30067548]I wonder what country I would be listed on if I was in an international base in Antarctica.[/QUOTE] I wonder where I'd be listed if I was on a space station.. [img]http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/geoip.png[/img]
[QUOTE=Lyoko774;30067763]I wonder where I'd be listed if I was on a space station..[/QUOTE] Probably the country that put all the networking shit into the station.
Not really content but it made me laugh. I just finish installing XP on an old ass P4 rig and i go to Nvidias site to get drivers for the FX5200 and look what came up. [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/lolnvidia.PNG[/img]
I just looked at the Minecraft Wiki to look at the new update, and looked at the changes list. What the fuck, Notch?! He released 1.6, and that update created a crapload of new bugs, and then released 4 MORE updates to fix them, which actually caused MORE bugs than they fixed.
[QUOTE=Mandrith;30068542]I just looked at the Minecraft Wiki to look at the new update, and looked at the changes list. What the fuck, Notch?! He released 1.6, and that update created a crapload of new bugs, and then released 4 MORE updates to fix them, which actually caused MORE bugs than they fixed.[/QUOTE] Lots and lots of features. Features as far as the eye can see. Features... Everywhere. etc etc
[QUOTE=Mandrith;30068542][b]What the fuck[/b][/QUOTE] This can be answered with a simple [QUOTE=Mandrith;30068542][b]Notch[/b][/QUOTE]
New mobo, Windows Repair disk refuses to work with a I/O error, and I have no Windows disks nearby. This is why Microsoft shouldn't be allowed to make operating systems. Maybe it's just a bad Repair disk, even though I've burned two already to no avail.
[QUOTE=kukiric;30068853]New mobo, Windows Repair disk refuses to work with a I/O error, and I have no Windows disks nearby. This is why Microsoft shouldn't be allowed to make operating systems.[/QUOTE] yeah stupid MS not teleporting you a disk when you need it because you bought a prebuilt that didn't come with a Windows DVD and proceeded to get a new motherboard for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[QUOTE=Mandrith;30068542]I just looked at the Minecraft Wiki to look at the new update, and looked at the changes list. What the fuck, Notch?! He released 1.6, and that update created a crapload of new bugs, and then released 4 MORE updates to fix them, which actually caused MORE bugs than they fixed.[/QUOTE] Nothing new really, the days that everything got tested for months to make sure it hasn't got bugs before putting it on a floppy disks are long gone.
[QUOTE=Baldr 2.0;30068920]Nothing new really, the days that everything got tested for months to make sure it hasn't got bugs before putting it on a floppy disks are long gone.[/QUOTE] it's a goddamn indie game distribuited via the internet, patches are easily acquired and indie games were never exactly polished to start with [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] [QUOTE='[EG] Pepper;30068279']Not really content but it made me laugh. I just finish installing XP on an old ass P4 rig and i go to Nvidias site to get drivers for the FX5200 and look what came up. [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/lolnvidia.PNG[/img][/QUOTE] this is a terrible idea Since (according to statistics) most people in the world still use windows XP, which comes by default with IE6, and given XP's tendency to run at like 10x10 pixels until you've installed the graphics drivers manually, that's just extra hassle.
So I hooked up my netbooks sound to my desktops and because both equalizers are set to powerful we get SUPER BASS:byodood:
I use a mixer from the 80's to mix and equalize my computers' outputs :smug:
[QUOTE=Shadaez;30068898]yeah stupid MS not teleporting you a disk when you need it because you bought a prebuilt that didn't come with a Windows DVD and proceeded to get a new motherboard for it!!!!!!!!!!!!![/QUOTE] It's not a prebuilt, my disk is around here somewhere, just have to find it. And it's going to be a pain because I can barely remember where some of my recent disks were, let alone a Windows 7 disk from 2009.
I could watch those mechanical VU meters for hours :allears: [editline]27th May 2011[/editline] Mergebreaker :saddowns:
Hey guys, I'm finally near building my new computer. My dad hasn't let me build it yet because he wants me to pass everything by his school's IT guy (Who is a pretty nice guy). He insists I get a SSD, but I remember hearing something about TRIM being disabled on Sandy Bridge when in RAID. Is this true, or not?
[QUOTE=Generic.Monk;30068960]it's a goddamn indie game distribuited via the internet, patches are easily acquired and indie games were never exactly polished to start with [editline]26th May 2011[/editline] this is a terrible idea Since (according to statistics) most people in the world still use windows XP, which comes by default with IE6, and given XP's tendency to run at like 10x10 pixels until you've installed the graphics drivers manually, that's just extra hassle.[/QUOTE] The first thing I do after reformatting a computer with ANY windows OS is download firefox or chrome to use as a browser to get a anti virus and updates and drivers...
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