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    posted a message on Origin is being a .
    So either contact support, or sit and do nothing.

    Those are your options.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Antivirus Help?
    Quote from MinecraftJr948

    I personally use Eset NOD32, it's really good, although it can get overprotective of things that are completely safe (MC Mods).
    Bro, if you've downloaded an MC mod that ESET is picking up, it's infected.

    ESET does not randomly detect jar files as malware unless it is.
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    posted a message on Google sending me cheque despite not reaching payment threshold?
    Quote from SupaLawlCat

    That doesn't explain why unlisted videos are generating revenue or why Google payed me despite only having an estimated earning of almost 1/3rd of what they gave me.
    Unlisted videos are still indexed and can still be viewed with the URL, even if they are unlisted.
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    posted a message on VBO Issues
    Use pastebin please. The forum does not like long code pastes with far indentation.
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    posted a message on Intel Celeron NT820 fast enough?
    Quote from iAlexO

    I know that. My sister has very bad ADD and ADHD - I'm not going to through this on a public Internet forum. The point is, my sister is a lunatic who expects the world to revolve around her and expects that she gets everything she wants. My mom (a single parent) does everything she can.

    This conversation is over.
    That is not someone with ADD/ADHD, that is a spoiled child.
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    posted a message on Would purchasing a sound card improve these headphones?
    Quote from Tucan

    Think of it like an APU VS Dedicated.

    If you have a good enough other parts, it will perform better.
    This is completely false and nowhere near the same comparison.

    This is not 1993 when onboard sound is capable of nothing but midi output. Most onboard can do 5.1 or 7.1 without issue.
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    posted a message on Origin is being a .
    You've been phished.

    Contact support. Nothing you can do.

    Didn't we go through this with you twice already? Stop using that infected computer.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on [NEED HELP]How to stream with XSplit with low upload speed
    No compression will not help.

    0.5Mbps is simply not enough to stream anything beyond 480x360. This is because while you might get 0,5Mbps burst uploads, you are only in reality getting 0.1-0.3Mbps sustained speeds. And at those rates, you simply cannot stream 720p at all.

    For a decent quality 720p stream you need AT LEAST 1.5Mbps upload.

    The guy you linked is a pretty obvious liar, or is exaggerating. I just went and attempted to test his settings and the stream was not only laggy, but looked like garbage, even at as low as 640x480. At 480x360 it improved a little bit but it was so blurry it looked like garbage due to the low res.

    You are also forgetting about overhead bandwidth, you might have it set to 0,5Mbps, but it is going to take up more than that, more likely around 0.8Mbps. EX: When I stream at 2Mbps or 3Mbps, it's oftentimes using upwards of 2.5Mbps or 4Mbps.

    You need better internet. It has nothing to do with settings, compression, or twitch.
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    posted a message on Activity monitor question
    Quote from milesman11

    I was just wondering if I could quit ALL processes using the activity monitor. If i do will something go wrong? I just needed to know because if I can I could lag less.
    Uhh, yes, everything can go wrong.

    Everything.

    If you are having performance issues, there is something else at fault, ending random processes and crashing the computer (worst case scenario, causing corruption) won't help anything.
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    posted a message on Pc HeLP! ITS BROKE ORSOMETHING
    Quote from mrNotPvP_

    But mine doesn't say 0x99 just says 99
    It's the same thing. 0x99 is the address of the error, 99 is the error, the 0x is ignored in the display.
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    posted a message on Intel Celeron NT820 fast enough?
    Quote from iAlexO

    Thanks, guys. My sister is refusing to accept the computer we bought her (a Toshiba Satellite 15.6 blah blah blah) with the Celeron NT820. The reason we bought her it is because she dropped her MacBook Pro, shattering the screen and killing the hard drive, and only wants another Mac.
    Then she needs to stop being an entitled, spoiled child, your parents need to hold their ground and actually be parents by not giving in, and she needs to learn to deal with it, because that is life.

    Look at what a complete sod she is being, being fortunate enough to have parents who can actually buy another computer after she herself destroyed her old one and she complains about it? For most people, that would be it. They would not get another computer for another couple years, if they ever get another one at all.

    Tell her to grow up.

    Although she isn't all to blame here either, your parents need to start being proper parents unless they want their kids to grow up to be entitled, selfish pricks.
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    posted a message on Best Programming Language for Creating a MMO(RPG) Game?
    Quote from BC_Programming

    Uh... no, because they don't subflimicate the subcutaneous tixybot of it's terraineous sex pose.

    yeah, that's why.
    But they still invert capacitors' polarity which catches damage inside the critical singularity and with the subterranean plasma dampeners functioning on the delta charge regions, wouldn't it still apply?
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    posted a message on Intel Celeron NT820 fast enough?
    Quote from Mista_3

    I feel that the iGPU would struggle even it is just a flash/javascript game.
    We played flash and javascript games back when it was new.

    Pretty sure it'll be fine.
    Quote from Ham62

    I was basing it off my IBM PC that had a Pentium 100 installed running MS-Office 1997 inside of Windows 95, and I though he meant a Intel Celeron like I have in my HP Pavilion. I still don't know how Fred2000789 got
    So then why even mention it? You are comparing a lawnmower to an F18.
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    posted a message on Intel Celeron NT820 fast enough?
    Quote from Ham62

    How so? A Pentium 100 is quite a bit slower than a Celeron
    Celeron is a brand just like pentium is a brand.

    There are pentiums that are 30 years old and pentiums that are less than a year old.
    Similarly, there are celerons 30 years old, and pentiums that are less than a year old.
    Quote from Ham62

    No, I said a Pentium 100 (stands for 100MHz) can do word processing, Excel, and PowerPoint presentations.
    It could not do these things with any version of office made in the past 15 years.
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    posted a message on Best Programming Language for Creating a MMO(RPG) Game?
    Quote from BC_Programming

    If you think about it, a Networked Point of Sale Terminal is an MMO.
    Wouldn't this also apply to websites and the internet?
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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