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May 17, 2013Your BIOS default setting is probably to check any removable storage and then the HDD. If you want, you can change this by spamming either delete or F11 (I forget which) while your computer is booting up and then find the boot order and change it to check the HDD first.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
May 1, 2013Posted in: Computer Science and TechnologyQuote from Vzchan
Whilst I was listening to it, an ad in spotify (voice ad) said " you can listen to every song unlimited times" - Clueless why this has happened but all the songs that were listened to too much can now be replayed.
You have always been able to listen to songs unlimited amounts of time. They just have to run ads for money, like youtube. Spotify premium offers the ability to use more than just the radio on mobile and also to listen to songs without ads and offline.
Feb 27, 2013SupremeHawk posted a message on just made a game called Gemcode and looking for beat testers!It just looks really unprofessional.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Feb 26, 2013SupremeHawk posted a message on just made a game called Gemcode and looking for beat testers!Man, please fix your grammatical errors, especially in your signature.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Feb 2, 2013SupremeHawk posted a message on Looking for game makers UNITY 3d/Character maming 3dYou haven't really thought this through, have you?Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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Jan 13, 2012Syfaro posted a message on [Launcher] Magic Launcher 1.3.4 (mods, options, profiles, news)yesyesyesyesyesyesPosted in: Minecraft Tools
That is awesome.
Edit: looking back on this post, how did I get 4 rep?
Edit 2: 17 rep? wat?
Edit 3: I'm not even sure...
Edit 4: Popular? really?
Edit 5: ...
Edit 6: I don't even know any more.
Apr 30, 2013http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1351169-computer-building-general-knowledge-guide/Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
lotta info in here, pretty good place to start, also lurk around in the tech area on here, can learn some that way
Apr 22, 2013Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
This needs to be emphasized.I purposefully didn't include any references/examples in this post, because I don't want people to go like "ohhh, look at how bad you are, shame on you!" to the people who were unlucky enough to be referenced in here. For the same reason, I don't want anybody to go tell other people, wherever that may be, that they're "doing something I listed as a reason why some people left". It should be common sense that this is something that shouldn't be done. I already saw a few replies going basically like "You're the reason <person> left". Please don't do that.
DO NOT go around posting things like this. This thread is a discussion about the community NOT a witch hunt.
Apr 19, 2013Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
Cannot +rep hard enough.Quote from CosmicSpore
The topics which appear on this part of the forum are almost exclusively really, really... I mean really stupid questions relating to ...... problems caused by the topic creator themselves .......
Majority of threads I posted in were at fault of the OP, going something like this:
- OP does something stupid
- OP is convinced it was not what he just did, and his computer sucks
- OP either ignores problem for a year, or makes it worse
- OP comes to a forum such as this one
- We go through troubleshooting steps
- OP leaving out, the entire time, that he did something stupid
- We have nowhere left to go for troubleshooting
- OP mentions the stupid thing he did
- "nvm fixed it"
Feb 28, 2013Laughing_Man16 posted a message on Gonna ask (hopefully) my first girl friend out using minecraftPosted in: General Off TopicQuote from coolminecaleb2
... How old are you man? If you want to ask the girl out do it face to face. Like a man. (I'm only slightly kidding about that.)
Seriously. For the most part this is kind of lame. There are some unique circumstances where it could be adorable, but I would be impressed if this situation met those circumstances.
Feb 27, 2013Posted in: Computer Science and TechnologyQuote from 12345blitzkrieg
i find it odd. My school in australia offers IST but its all bloody animation,photoshop. Now I am doing 2 electives that are essentially the same. Multimedia and IST. I am one of the few technologically capable people in my school and the number gets smaller each year. No one cares how it works. for example. "OMFG YOU BUILT A COMPUTER? DID IT TAKE MONTHS?!?!?!?!!?" me: "no a few hours.....".
This is just a superiority complex. Do you know how houses are built? If somebody says they built a house by hand I doubt they'd respond by basically spitting on you and saying "it's easy you just need to learn how". There is NO REASON to give a rat's ass how a PC is built, and honestly the attitude that people should know these things es me off to no end, because its only the person making that argument making themselves feel superior.
A plumber is hired to fix plumbing problems. They do not go around telling people "hey, you should learn how to plumb" It would put them out of the job.
A Contractor is hired to build a house, or other buildings. They do not go around telling people "hey, you should learn how to contract building work and apply for applicable permits". It would put them out of the job.
Electricians are hired to wire buildings and fix existing building wiring. They do not go around telling people "hey, you should learn how to be an electrician" because it would put them out of the job.
I could go on. Basically you have people that like what they do selling their services to other people that don't do that. a Contractor essentially is an organizer, in that they hire people like plumbers and electricians. a Plumber might be able to fix their own plumbing, but they are going to be calling an electrician if their wiring has problems, and vice versa.
And yet, there are people that build computers for others, or fix computer problems- that seem to think this is something everybody should know how to do. They are basically insisting on making themselves redundant. People bring their computers to them to get them fixed, Not learn about cookies or how to clear their browser cache or how they should be following a backup schedule. Do your Job and don't pull the "I'm better than you" approach. It's the difference between "well, you wouldn't have this problem if you weren't stupid enough to click a phishing link" rather than "If you want I can tell you a few tips to help avoid this problem in the future". Being a insufferable douche just makes people WANT to learn how to do it so they don't have to deal with an insufferable douche.
The funniest part is I knew a IT tech that owned a small shop. I forget why I was there, but I watched some poor old woman get reamed out for something stupid like "why did you waste my time with this problem I just had to clean your browser cookies rabble rabble rabble why are people so stupid"... basically, the insufferable douche I described. Even after the woman left (probably to find somebody to outsource their IT requirements to that isn't an insufferable douche) he was still mumbling to himself.
You know what happened? Well, I don't know. The shop is gone. Presumably people that went to that guy for services didn't like giving money to somebody for a service and being told they were idiots, so they went elsewhere. It's funny because they didn't realize they were driving customers away.
That's part of the problem. You get IT techs that feel so superior, they don't realize that they are expendable. If a customer finds you to be an insufferable douchebag, they can find somebody who isn't that will provide the same services.
Feb 8, 2013Posted in: Computer Science and TechnologyQuote from earthrace57
IIRC the fan is to cool the PCB and the RAM, the water block is reserved for the cores.
Makes sense, no need to liquid cool everything.
80" is cheaper than 70"? Huh.....
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