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About damnyoums

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    The phorce is with me!
  • Birthday 09/17/1983

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  1. Not trying to hijack the thread, but just wanted to say, if you've ever thjought about using one of those coolers for a computer case, be careful, it can work really well, but if you don't do it right, you'll have a big ball of electrical plastic on your desk.
  2. Does anyone know how to enable net send on VISTA? I have the searched the so called "Knowledge Base" & google and have found nothing
  3. VISTA SUCKS BALLS! I withdraw my previous statements as to how nice Vista is. At first it was running along swimmingly. But now, it's majorly fucking up! It took an hour and a half to delete 4 gigs worth of files! THAT IS NOT RIGHT! I am experiencing increased instability and am ready to chuck in the towel until the Service Pack comes out! Unless your "FREE" upgrade has an expiration date on it, wait until the Service Pack comes out. FUCK YOU BILL GATES :blowfuse: :pissed: :blowfuse: :pissed: :blowfuse: :pissed: :blowfuse: :pissed:
  4. Yeah thats what I meant, guru3d, something like that. And no my hardware probably isn't compatible. He wasn't asking about HD content anyway dude! He was asking about mp3's and programs that he likes to use on XP.
  5. I had the same concerns at first. So I installed Vista Home Premium to check it out. My 30 Gig+ mp3 collection plays without a problem, my 40 Gig+ Video/Movie collection works fine including HDTV rips! uTorrent works, Limewire works, Plato DVD copy works. I am having trouble getting a graphics card overclocking tool that works with Vista, so far I have tried the top 10 tools from 3dguru.com and none seem to work, even after downloading and installing the latest forceware graphics drive from nVidia.
  6. I looked at the expensive one and it said 5 secs remaining! LOL And the person with the lunchbox won't post to Australia! DAMN IT!
  7. If you still have your ISP installation/config cd, just factory reset your modem/router. That will without a doubt give you a new IP address!
  8. Thanks for that man. I'll give it a try! Looks like I'll have to make some more room to bring her computer back over. However, she does live next door and she also has DSL and we both connect through the same exchange, so the speeds should be pretty good you'd think.
  9. Have you got the details on how to detect if a line is being tapped? (Like what voltage it should sit at?) I've looked on google and it turned up shit.
  10. I have no idea how that is the solution. I'm a n00b Is there any way I can just use a different program to extract the files? All I need to get is the documents!
  11. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure that looks about right! From what I remember that is how I setup RivaTuner to run as a system process rather than a user process!
  12. I'm pretty happy with Fedora! It does what I need it to do! Right now I only need it as an alternative to windows
  13. Registry key.
  14. Comwaq = Compaq (now owned by HP)
  15. Ok, this is for all those people that are incapable of using a search box. Admin can either Pin this up top or delete it, I couldn't care less! Alrighty then, to reset an XP password first off you need to have a working floppy or cd/dvd drive installed on your PC. Then you can go to one of the many websites that offer software to do such a task! I will only list the program that I know works for sure & does no harm to your system! If this one doesn't work, then your just going to have to search for alternative software yourself! Step 1: Go to this website http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/ & download either the floppy version of the program or the CD version! Note: This software is also available on the Ultimate Boot CD which is available at www.ultimatebootcd.com Step 2: If there is a BIOS or "Startup" password & you have somehow managed to "forget" that aswell, you will need to reset your BIOS settings. If you don't have a reset button for your BIOS, you will need to unplug the mains power & then remove the BIOS battery! Note. Before proceeding to the next step ensure that your BIOS is set to boot from "Floppy" or "CDROM" Step 3: Reboot the system with the floppy/CD in the drive, wait for it to do it's thing, it will load up the program from the media. Step 4: Now, all you will see is a bunch of text on the screen, don't get scared! Once the program has finished loading, a series of questions will come up! Most of the time you will use the default answers. And there you have it, an unlocked XP system! NOTE: THIS GUIDE IS NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY SORT OF ILLEGAL USE!