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363920 No.2090   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

i figure i have a slight codec issue lately. to be precise my mp3 encoder may work for most media player, but some games don't seem to like it (ie. morrowind, SMBX etc.).

since i'm not really into installing some shitty codec pack that may fuck up my computer, how would i go about manually replacing the standart mp3 codec windows uses with something like LAME?
any other suggestion to fix this issue also welcome.

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Here's a link to a standard mp3 codex that i use when some other codex destroys mine.

http://www.inmatrix.com/zplayer/formats/mp3.shtml

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FUCK YES SHIT WORKS!!!

THANKS A BUNCH!



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385554 No.2074   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Time to tease Mysticode

(this is my oldconfig)

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46781 No.2061   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Looking for a good SSH client for windows.

Easy mode: tell me to use PuTTY
Normal mode: find me one the can keeps a lot of lines in the display

GOD: one that looks fucking pimp

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_SSH_clients

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puttytray

right click on title bar -> change settings -> window -> lines of scrollback

Srsly, suck less cock.

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Be hardcore.
Use SoCat.
Like NetCat.
But with SSH.
http://www.dest-unreach.org/socat/doc/socat.html#EXAMPLES
http://www.gentilkiwi.com/telechargements-s43-t-socat.htm



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198476 No.2051   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

just found my old stash of computer hardware

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i got this old 1.2 gb hd i used with my first pc. i call it my time capsule i can still access it with a ide to usb adapter. ill upload a pic if i can ever find it to take one

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>>2054
This my glorious Bigfoot TX on the right. It survived 3 floods and a recent fire and still boots up wonderfully. it sounds like a pc in fallout 3 when its running with its crackly goodness which is why i'll never get rid of it :3

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>>2060
i use to have one of those big foots (3 gb). found it in a Compaq that was along the side of the road. but it was dead :-(

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>>2064
D:

im also got my bigfoot out of a massive tower computer which resembled an old rat rod that the standard cookie cutter cases of today

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>>2060
I have that same hard drive



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230808 No.2057   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

halp guize. i need a file recovery tool for my USB drive. the fat32 partition went derp an now windows wants me to format.
does any of you almighty computer gurus have a recommedation?

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i have had success useing partition table doctor. first you want to use it to make sure the partition is not just set to "inactive" then if that don't work there is a freeware programs that can scan hds with no or a bad partition and it will let you recover files off it.you can try several different programs that do that. and if that don't work.as a absolutely last resort you can try to rebuild the partition using partition table doctor. but the last thing you should try is writing to the hd in any way especially if you still want to try to recover files from it.

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27685 No.2049   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Hey fgts, I'm currently using a pretty old Dell 8250, but I kind of want to get another 3 or 4 years out of it so I recently upgraded to 1GB from 512mb pretty cheap and it's been cool.

Now tho' I wonder if I should put in a new-er video card.

Currently I've got a Radeon 9500pro/9700, nice for 8 years ago but something better would be nice I would think. Looking around it seems a NVIDIA 6800 GT would be the one to get, but I figured I'd ask you fella's first to see if that's correct. (keeping in mind that games like MapleStory and FlyFF are about as hardcore as I get)

Also, changing memory is about as much as I've ever done with putters, is putting in a new graphics card any more difficult?

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I honestly don't think you can do anything further to improve a Dell 8250. You're better off putting that money towards a new pc as you will get more bang for the buck.



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96254 No.2044   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Installing the OS on a Solid State Drive. Worth the additional expense?

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Depends what for and what you're doing.



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31610 No.2038   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Requesting some help here /tect/.

So i got this iphone 3gs from a friend after he dropped it in a bucket of water. everything works fine except the home button. It's completely unresponsive, and you have to turn the phone on/off to change apps.

After playing around with it, and replacing both the home button itself, and the full charging port, i've come to the conclusion that the logic board is at fault.

My big question is if yall think it would survive a scrub down with some acetone.(or if that would even fix it :/).

Also, my brother took it to some russian iphone fixer dude and he apparently took the logic board out an put a working one in an it apparently worked again. But i wasn't there to witness it, so that info is sketch at best. especially since he didnt even swap the board out infront of my bro, but in a back room.

Thoughts everyone?

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why acetone? rubbing alcohol should work. or even distilled water. just make sure you let it set and dry in front of a fan for a few days before turning it on.

acetone would probably melt any plastics it gets on.

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ElectroWash...



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163442 No.1960   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

I've never built a computer before, but I want to build my next one.

So how does this look?

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>>2027
Looks okay but I suggest these things instead:
HDD: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822152185
CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103808

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>>2028

Thinking about it, I probably would be better off with the 3.2 quad than the 2.8 hex as I don't plan on doing a lot of 3D rendering or video encoding. However, that hard drive is 3.0 gb/s, while the mobo I picked out works with 6.0 gb/s so I wouldn't be able to take advantage of that with that drive.

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Guys, seriously, CM590... Out of the many cases I've dealt with this ones the only case I will build with anymore. Just tape off the extra vents and turn the PSU fan up (inside) and it will eliminate dust issues.
Roomy, quiet, rubber mounted drives, filtered, locate drives anywhere...

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>>2030

How do you go about taping up the extra vents? And if you wanted to reduce the dust, wouldn't you need filters for the fans?

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>>2031
The front bezel has filtration. None of the other vents do. I use a aluminum foil based tape and just tape them from the inside. One 120mm fan for the drives (intake), and one exhausting from the rear, one exhausting from the psu, and plenty of ventilation from the front.



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23618 No.2006   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Am I the only one here who pronounces "cache" as "kaysh?" It turns out that it is not a proper pronunciation. My professor seemed to ignore silently my (correct) answer to a question in class today because I said "kaysh." All this time I thought those who corrected me simply had money on the mind....

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Oh hey, I always thought it was pronounced that way too.
But according to http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?word=cache
It's pronounced the same way as "cash".

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>Am I the only one here who pronounces "cache" as "kaysh?"

Yes.



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