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Recomended Reading Smurfer ## Mod ## 09/08/01(Sat)01:50 No. 3145 ID: b315cf [Reply] Stickied
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A few things that might help get those questions answered faster.
Be specific when you are talking about something - "my mp3 player is broken HALP!?"
- What kind of mp3 player, (brand and model)
- What isn't is doing now that it was before (the reason it is "broken")
- What were you doing to it last, right before it broke.. Did you maybe drop it?.. get it a little wet? try to flash the firmware?!

These all help in determining what can be done.
These rules do not just apply to MP3 players.
Just be as specific as possible and don’t leave stuff out, we want to be helpful here, try not to make it a scavenger hunt for clues!
These same rules apply for other situations like “I got a new motherboard and now my computer doesn’t post!”
-old motherboard model
-new motherboard model
-ram (speed)
and any other component you might have in there (most of the other stuff usually won’t matter but list what you know.

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Anonymous 15/05/22(Fri)06:21 No. 21786 ID: 10d6c2

>>21771
>I think you meant the 50/60 Hz frequency divide
I do believe you are correct.

That's what I get for writing before I've had a few cups of coffee.




Anonymous 16/10/22(Sat)17:58 No. 22248 ID: 13398d [Reply]

Hello /halp/

I have a bit of an interesting predicament:

I bought an ASUS T100TA from my friend. I reset everything on it, made a new local user account (read: not attached to micro$oft networks) then put it down. A few weeks later I go to boot into it, and have now forgotten my password.

I have no installation media for it, and thus no recovery disk. It is not tied to a Microsoft Live account, so I cannot reset the password that way either. I went to go boot into safe mode as a last ditch attempt to just hard reset the whole thing, but whomever the prior owner was (probably not my friend, he says he has no idea what it is but I suspect he had some shit on here he wants NOBODY to see) had the drive encrypted with BitLocker, so it requests a BitLocker drive encryption key.

What the fuck do I do to regain access? Beat my friend over the head with it until he complies?


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Anonymous 16/10/28(Fri)01:59 No. 22259 ID: 5a53ee

>>22251
I thought the Digital River links had all be purged in the wake of Windows 10 and Microsfot's YOU MUST BE ON WINDOWS 10 WHY AREN'T YOU ON WINDOWS 10 FUCK YOU GET ON WINDOWS 10 push.


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Ja&!i7szU0EFtc 16/11/26(Sat)22:59 No. 22269 ID: 736c37

>>22250
What is nix?


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Anonymous 16/11/28(Mon)09:16 No. 22270 ID: 3836d0
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>>22269
any and all flavors of unix.




Anonymous 16/10/26(Wed)05:47 No. 22253 ID: 5961c4 [Reply]
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Are these sorts of ligth sets always straight parallel wired?

Asking because I assumed series connection and wanted to put two sets in series to work on 230 V, but if the bulbs are 120 V, that doesn't work.


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Anonymous 16/11/05(Sat)00:53 No. 22264 ID: aae91a

>>22263
These:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-Noma-Christmas-7-String-BUBBLE-LITES-Lights-/112182531954?hash=item1a1e999772:g:8CoAAOSwA3dYEMCE

For future reference: "Noma" bubble lights.

Btw. The series wired sets usually used the kind of bulbs that had that internal shunt thing that would add hot filament's worth of resistance and bypass the broken filament.


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Anonymous 16/11/05(Sat)01:14 No. 22265 ID: aae91a

Oh the seller told the set uses 110 V bulbs.


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Anonymous 16/11/10(Thu)01:35 No. 22266 ID: 5a53ee

>>22264
>The series wired sets usually used the kind of bulbs that had that internal shunt thing that would add hot filament's worth of resistance and bypass the broken filament.
Maybe some did, but my gut reaction is that the cheapest sets don't include any such frills, because I was the redheaded stepchild tasked with putting together working sets of Christmas lights every goddamn year when I was growing up, and those things sure as hell didn't include anything of the sort.

Lately I've been periodically involved with Christmas decorations (more correctly involved when problems arise) and these newer strings are similarly wired in series without any filament. But my workplace is known for buying the cheapest item so they may have found their sets at garage sales for all I know.




Flash Player Direct Downloads Flashman 16/10/13(Thu)21:57 No. 22236 ID: 6d9933 [Reply]
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Adobe pulled the old direct downloads page (the one ending in distribution3.html) but I pulled these links out from the Google Cache: https://pste.eu/p/nEf.html

Be sure to view-source, copy, and paste this around in case Adobe takes down that link.

Yeah I could have just Pastebinned it but I prefer clickable links.


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Anonymous 16/10/22(Sat)02:53 No. 22247 ID: a870df

To be fair, those are executable downloads, not MSI downloads. The MSI downloads contained no extra added bullshit whatsoever. Most of the executables do, and Adobe regularly plays games with which executables do and don't contain extra bullshit.


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Anonymous 16/11/02(Wed)07:28 No. 22260 ID: ffebf3

>>22247

the way in >>22245 to get the direct links is to the standalone flash executables (the full version, not the download, not the version bundled with mcafee)
https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-windows.html
again, bottom of the page, where it says "still having problems?" (aka last resort). has activex, npapi, and ppapi, always the latest version.

I've used it for years, and it's clean (I wish adobe would link it on their download page instead of the crapware, I'm glad at least they do include the links to the clean download somewhere on their site, even if it's buried)


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Anonymous 16/11/02(Wed)07:29 No. 22261 ID: ffebf3

>>22260
that should read "not the downloader"




MAC address spoofing Ceruleancerise 16/10/14(Fri)01:10 No. 22237 ID: a7bdc2 [Reply]
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Hey /halp/
Im looking for a wi-fi extender/router/hotspot that can spoof its MAC Address to connect to a network, and my devices which cant be spoofed connect to that instead.
Any suggestions? Thanks!


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Anonymous 16/10/17(Mon)01:07 No. 22242 ID: 98214d

>>22241
You mean jail-breaking.


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Ceruleancerise 16/10/17(Mon)02:39 No. 22243 ID: a7bdc2

>>22242
im already jailbroken


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Anonymous 16/10/17(Mon)02:56 No. 22244 ID: 63fd5e

>>22241
If you choose a deliberately hobbled device, then sure, it can't be changed. But then you shouldn't be choosing deliberately hobbled devices.




Anonymous 16/10/10(Mon)08:23 No. 22232 ID: d20761 [Reply]
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So, I was wondering: if my computer is unplugged while it was turned on and updating can the surge from unplugging it damage the CPU? Like, the computer turns on now and I've reinstalled windows but it seems like it is running different.

Specs
CPU: i7 @3.8 GHz
RAM: 32 GB
MOBO: ASUS 970 PRO GAMING/AURA
GPU: GTX 970


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Anonymous 16/10/10(Mon)11:52 No. 22233 ID: 8efdb5

>surge
A surge is a sudden rise in voltage. By unplugging the system you are causing a sudden drop in voltage. It's the complete opposite action.

By reinstalling, did you format and reinstall or did you just install on top of the existing OS? If you didn't format, did you at least run a chkdsk to verify the disk didn't get corrupted by being in the middle of writing data to disk when you shut it off?


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Anonymous 16/10/10(Mon)21:19 No. 22234 ID: d20761

>>22233
Thank you for letting me know.
I don't remember doing either of those things. Is formatting is really needed or can I just get away with running chkdik?

Either way, thank you. You've helped relieve a lot of stress.


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Anonymous 16/10/11(Tue)07:05 No. 22235 ID: 8efdb5

>>22234
You can try running chkdsk and then reinstall, although if you're still having issues you may need to back up all the data you care about and format.

BTW, suddenly disconnecting power won't do any hardware damage, it just may corrupt the fuck out of your HD and/or OS installation.

Reinstalling without formatting typically leaves part of the existing OS behind, which is why you may have to give in.

Unless of course the problem is just in your head. For example when I'm using someone's system that's substantially slower than mine I often wonder if something is wrong with it, when its just slower.




Buying more ram question. Clueless idiot 16/10/05(Wed)19:40 No. 22224 ID: 19a0db [Reply]
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I current have the AX4U2800W4G17-BRZ 2 4gb sticks for my pc. I know you can mix ram but can I get a AX4U2800W4G17-DRZ with my current setup I have now and how much performance lost will I get if I mix the 2.

Specs:
Operating System
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1
CPU
Intel Processor @ 3.40GHz
RAM
8.00GB
Motherboard
ASRock X99M Killer/3.1 (CPUSocket)

Graphics
DELL 1704FPT (1280x1024@60Hz)
VG248 (1920x1080@60Hz)
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Anonymous 16/10/06(Thu)00:20 No. 22229 ID: 5a53ee
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Based on AData's product list:
http://www.adata.com/en/xpg-dram/orderinfo/305

It looks like those two modules are the same speed with the same timings. They are likely the same underlying module with slightly different packaging (like a stylistically different heatsink).

If they are the same module, then you should be able to use them with each other without any kind of speed penalty. You will not want to spread the modules across channels, however - channel A should be matched DIMMs from the same kit, channel B should be the same. Mixing & matching RAM within the same channel is a recipe for pain.

Now, that being said, I don't see either of them on the QVL for your motherboard. I would post a link to the QVL except 7chan apparently doesn't like people posting links to active server pages, so I'd really rather not get banned again for trying to post innocuous technical information. If you type ASRock X99M Killer 3.1 QVL into Google the second result should be a link to ASRock's QVL page, which contains a link to your motherboard.

Basically your motherboard (and most motherboards, for that matter) are only guaranteed to work reliably with a list of modules that they've tested with that motherboard. If you want your system to work reliably then you buy modules off the QVL. If you want to take a chance then you can buy any module, but if you have trouble not even ASRock will help you resolve the issue.

Now, all that being said, I have two sets of 2400 modules in my PC that works fine so long as they're installed as individual pairs. They're on the QVL and are the same thing you're probably looking at here, the same module with different heatsinks. However when I install all four of them the motherboard won't POST if they're run at 2400. It will POST if I downclock them to 2300. For some added cushion I normally leave them at 2200 to avoid any chance of memory issues.

So QVLs exist and can be used to head off a lot of problems, however even then some combinations can be problematic and require additional effort.


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Clueless idiot 16/10/06(Thu)00:30 No. 22230 ID: 19a0db

>>22229
Thank you very much for the information. I will take my chances and go with mixing the AX4U2800W4G17-BRZ and the AX4U2800W4G17-DRZ. Surprisingly that ram cam prebuilt from Ibuypower.


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Anonymous 16/10/06(Thu)01:48 No. 22231 ID: 5a53ee

>>22230
Not surprising, since ibuypower just buys the cheapest product they can find that meets the specs on paper and don't give a shit if it works or not.

They've shipped systems with holes punched through the motherboard.




Chan thread watch not working on 4chan anymore? Anonymous 13/12/17(Tue)10:34 No. 20881 ID: 90f18e [Reply]
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Chan Thread Watch seems to have stopped working on 4chan.

Anyone have some idea on a fix? (Or an alternative app?)

It's still working on other sites. (like 7chan, and p4c)


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sage 16/10/05(Wed)18:00 No. 22216 ID: 335dd5

>>22214
>>22215
luv thred. we gay


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Anonymous 16/10/05(Wed)19:12 No. 22223 ID: 3b9920

>>22222


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Anonymous 16/09/29(Thu)22:52 No. 22174 ID: 18126c [Reply]
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I have an older version of Firefox and it has "forgotten" how to keep tabs open on restart.
I upgraded (to 31 from 30.0) and the problem persists.
I have deleted the sessionstore.js and restarted with no luck. I also noted it did not create a sessionstore-backups folder

I also have a copy of Palemoon which DOES NOT have this problem - but I tend to use firefox more.


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Anonymous 16/10/01(Sat)04:45 No. 22176 ID: eafa5b

Does the problem occur on a new profile?

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profile-manager-create-and-remove-firefox-profiles


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Anonymous 16/10/04(Tue)00:38 No. 22177 ID: 55cd95

The easiest solution would be to uninstall Firefox, use something like CCleaner to remove any leftovers of the browser, then reinstalling it. Let me know how this works out.


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Anonymous 16/10/04(Tue)03:46 No. 22178 ID: a870df

>>22177
Well, seeing as all the configuration information is stored in the profile, there's literally zero advantage to uninstalling Firefox. Uninstalling leaves the profile behind. You can just wipe the profile with it still installed and get to the same point.

But when you wipe it you end up losing all the information in it. By testing with a new profile, leaving the old profile intact, you verify whether the problem occurs under the new profile before doing anything to your saved data under the old profile.

If the new profile has the same problem, then you know it's not anything in Firefox or the new profile, it's something else in the system. Typically this means some kind of proxy server getting in the way, which are annoyingly bundled with antivirus/internet security now. Either disable or uninstall the proxy and your problems should go away.

Of course there's also malware out there that proxies information too and they're typically not as well written as the shitty-ass proxy servers included with AV software.




Anonymous 16/09/26(Mon)01:39 No. 22171 ID: 18126c [Reply]
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Just noticed the new hotmail is trying to leave offline content on firefox
I've used about:permissions
but for some reason outlook isn't there.
How do I block this shit?


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Anonymous 16/09/26(Mon)10:08 No. 22172 ID: eafa5b

Remove data.

Check box that says "tell me when a website asks to store data".

Go to hotmail.

When prompted, deny request to store data.

Site is now added to Exceptions list.

Leave box checked now and forever since very few websites will attempt this, but when they do you can click deny to stop them. You only have to deny once, it remembers the setting.

Note that sites can still store cookies in Flash if you have Flash enabled. The obvious solution is to disable Flash, but if not, there are add-ons that will clear Flash cookies when you quit Firefox.


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Anonymous 16/09/29(Thu)22:44 No. 22173 ID: 18126c
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I didn't get any prompt to do anything with Data after checking the "tell me when a website asks to store data".


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Anonymous 16/09/30(Fri)01:41 No. 22175 ID: 5a53ee

>>22173
you have to remove outlook.live.com first.

if you did that then its possible you've screwed things up by messing around in about:permissions. try creating a new profile and test under that. if it works, then your old profile is hosed.




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