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Recomended Reading Smurfer ## Mod ## 09/08/01(Sat)01:50 No. 3145 ID: b315cf [Reply] [Last 50 posts] 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 17/07/27(Thu)13:22 No. 22495 ID: 1808cc

Well that was a mouthful...

But may I ask, what is the effect behind that in the old timely ceramic fuse installations specially, when a single fuse blows, it may also blow several completely unrelated fuses in circuits parallel to it. (I'm not meaning a cascading failure; the D-system prevents those well.)




problem with porn videos Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)02:11 No. 22580 ID: 72f280 [Reply]
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i posted this somewhere else but i figured id try here to

im using firefox 62 with ublock origin but for some reason the videos will never load all the way.the blue bar never goes all the way across and the video will only play until that point and then just stop

oh,and it does it with more then just xnxx.com,ive had the same issue with pornhub,redtube,etc


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Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)02:42 No. 22583 ID: 72f280

>>22581
>>22582

actually i just clicked on my ublock origin icon and just clicked that big blue thing and it disabled it for that page


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Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)02:46 No. 22586 ID: 1e5fb7

Other adblockers usually have a right-click to block function but Ublock Origin's whitelist kind of works like a text editor for programming. This guy breaks down how to do it for videos on twitch and youtube channels without whitelisting the site and the same method should work here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAcfVWJyGM4

>>22583
That works too if you don't mind whitelisting the whole page.


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Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)03:25 No. 22587 ID: a870df

I usually just click on the video a few times.

I think you click it to load the video (trigger click to play), click it to pause, then click one last time to play.

Its a little fussy and there is some odd timing involved but once you get the hang of it this works without whitelisting the page or site.




CompTIA A+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, 9th Edition Anonymous 18/10/02(Tue)04:06 No. 22576 ID: 1e5fb7 [Reply]
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Enjoy. https://www.mediafire.com/file/o7j19lodd5399fq




dathariuss datharius 18/09/22(Sat)17:47 No. 22573 ID: b93048 [Reply]

hi everybody


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Anonymous 18/09/22(Sat)18:22 No. 22574 ID: 1e5fb7
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You got a tech support problem or do you just want to socialize?


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Anonymous 18/09/23(Sun)12:40 No. 22575 ID: 0f6931

>>22574
Can't we do both?




ripping and rapeing the tubes. Anonymous 18/02/14(Wed)07:08 No. 22515 ID: 4ae916 [Reply]
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I have lately found that my youtube ripping stuff has been having problems.
I am using an older version of Firefox (47.02) as my main as it seems to become shittier as it gets to newer versions. ) but also have Chrome and Palemoon.
any suggestions?


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Anonymous 18/05/23(Wed)14:58 No. 22554 ID: 781605

Check out youtube-dl. It's a lightweight command-line tool but IIRC someone made a GUI for it.


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Anonymous 18/06/12(Tue)01:20 No. 22556 ID: 966c7f

>>22515
I've been using clipgrab, it's super easy to use and has satisfactory results


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Anonymous 18/09/22(Sat)01:35 No. 22572 ID: fc0953

>>22554
Nice, I didn't know about this.
https://mrs0m30n3.github.io/youtube-dl-gui/




help Anonymous 18/06/27(Wed)06:32 No. 22561 ID: 533dbd [Reply]
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anyone can tell me about ..how to make and publish websites free of cost with own domain?
help please


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Yourgay!!EwZ2AzBTIu 18/09/07(Fri)02:34 No. 22569 ID: 1e5fb7

All you need is a free host and a knowledge of how to write html, CSS, Javascript or use a content creation tool like Wordpress. Though now to think of it I can't think of a FREE domain service.


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Anonymous 18/09/12(Wed)23:21 No. 22570 ID: a870df

There are some free hosts out there, but they're overrun by malware and spammers and other assholes so people will have trouble visiting your site. However you don't get an entire domain to yourself, you get a subdomain, and they inject ads into your site to pay for the hosting.

I used to know the name of some of them because I kept having to add them to a whitelist I manage but thankfully the group doing it bought their own domain and hosting and so far they haven't gotten blacklisted.


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Anonymous 18/09/14(Fri)00:40 No. 22571 ID: f8e165

>>22570
Never thought about that. It's been a loooooooong time since I thought about free hosting. Probably just be better if OP scrape together a little money and pay for it. There are some great deals on hosting out there depending on what you need it for.




Anonymous 18/04/13(Fri)08:06 No. 22539 ID: 8773b5 [Reply]
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my computer's clock is always wrong now.

running windows 7 pro on a vaio laptop, fully current on updates

set to correct time zone, set to automatically synchronize with time.windows.com

I go into settings and go "update now", and the date and time are correct. and then after a little while I look and the time is wrong again, as if it had been set back a bit.

the same thing happens if I manually change it to the date and time I have on my watch.

I noticed this started happening when the computer blue screened on me for the first time on this installation windows. I've narrowed the blue screen issue down to an external sound card with a flaky power connection.

mainly use the computer to just brows internet, no other big apps running usually when I notice the time being wrong. notepad, malwarebytes sits in the system tray as well as avast and ccleaner.

computer stays powered up -- time changes seemingly on its own.
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Anonymous 18/07/03(Tue)20:51 No. 22564 ID: a23fad
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Try replacing the cmos battery.


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Anonymous 18/08/02(Thu)01:41 No. 22567 ID: 53f505

Have you tried switching it off and on again?


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Anonymous 18/08/10(Fri)23:41 No. 22568 ID: a870df

I know OP is long gone but I encountered a similar clock issue so I thought I'd share.

I encountered a couple systems which, when shut down, would stop incrementing their clock. The clock would stay fixed at the time the system was shut down at. When next powered on the time would start incrementing again but you had to sync to an SNTP server to get it to the correct time.

Solution was to re-flash the BIOS, including boot block. Replacing the battery or wiping settings wasn't enough, the entire flash chip had to be wiped and re-flashed.

So OP could try creating a DOS USB drive, copy the DOS-based flasher onto it, then use that to wipe & program the flash. Windows-based flashing didn't work, had to be done from DOS.

If it works look into locking the ability to write to the BIOS, sometimes there's a setting in the BIOS, other times it's a jumper on the board.




Anonymous 18/07/19(Thu)22:54 No. 22565 ID: 41dc9b [Reply]
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Got a 2+ GB movie I want to take and make a webm out of a 1 minute part.

Best webm maker to do this? online services won't do because the file is too big.


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Anonymous 18/07/20(Fri)08:06 No. 22566 ID: 87a10b

https://gitgud.io/nixx/WebMConverter




Anonymous 18/05/06(Sun)18:28 No. 22548 ID: 41dc9b [Reply]
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Recommend me a good photo-viewing program for windows 10 that can view gifs


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Anonymous 18/06/07(Thu)15:07 No. 22555 ID: 658a4d

>>22548

no one will agree with me, but i've been using faststone image viewer for years, it works well for me.


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Anonymous 18/06/12(Tue)01:21 No. 22557 ID: 966c7f

>>22548
Imageglass all day


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Anonymous 18/06/16(Sat)14:26 No. 22560 ID: 91e960

>>22557
ACDsee, boyo




Hard Drive Anonymous 18/05/08(Tue)02:05 No. 22551 ID: 81bd02 [Reply]
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I recently bought a Gateway DX4375-UR22. It came with a 1 terabyte hard drive. I turned it on, and it booted up using Ubuntu. Me being me, I stupidly decided to take it apart. I put it back together, and now there is a problem with the hard drive. Everything else works fine, except for the hard drive. The drive is a Seagate Barracuda 1000 Gigabyte. I decided to try it in another computer, but the other one does not recognize it as a drive. I tried putting a hard drive from another computer into the Gateway to see if it would boot, but no luck. The seagate drive spins, but it is not transferring data or being recognized. Can I save the drive? How can I boot up the computer?


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Anonymous 18/05/09(Wed)20:07 No. 22552 ID: a870df

Buy dock:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CE65C4W/

Plug dock into second system.

Verify it sees the drive. Remember that if you're booted into Windows that it won't see ext partitions, you'll have to go into disk management to see that the disk is present.

Does the gateway see the disk from the other computer in the BIOS/UEFI? You may have connected the SATA cable to the wrong port when you put it back together, some OEMs have odd eSATA ports on the motherboard that look like a normal SATA port but have to be enabled separately in the BIOS/UEFI as they're meant to be cabled to a eSATA port on the back of the system (but are only present in some models - the rest share the same motherboard but lack the back connector and cabling).




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