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crocski

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  1. crocski

    Dell Inspiron Gaming 15 7567 (2017)

    Who's hands are those?
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    Help me fix this everlasting problem!

    This should of been solved since November of that same year. The problem was the motherboard, not the PSU. We bought new components for it and works fine till this day. MOBO CPU RAM HDD old PSU still works fine.
  3. This all start when my father complained about his computer being too slow. I did a clean up, some scans and removed a few programs and optimize it so it ran better. I remember when he bought it that was packing about 2gb ram, but I only saw 1gb was available. I then did a clean out (dust all the components) I did this once before it made the difference. This time I thought why not. Put it back together, (the 2gb that I knew was in there, reseated that) it worked immediately. The next day came the problem. my dad complain that he couldn't get the computer off and he had to unplug the power cord just to get it off. When you plug in the cord, the fans and lights came on forever until you unplug it. I thought maybe I didn't reconnect something properly. After a while I was not getting any power, no lights no fans. I did everything from removing one ram and rearranging the sticks, removed the cmos, making sure the cables were plugged all the way. After long pressing the power button, I finally got some juice, but it would power on for a few second and turned off. I then unplug the hard-drive to see if I would get a post. Finally it worked. Later had to disable the floppy drive, because of the "A: drive error" I was getting, after reconnecting the hard-drive. Few days ago it started again. On a cold boot, it wouldn't power on unless I unplug the PSU cord and long press the power button to get some juice. Then it would turn on for only a few seconds and off again. I would do this until it turned on. I was lucky both times it didn't take me forever to boot up ( that was two days of being lazy I didn't felt like fully checking) It happen again this morning. How I got it on was I jump start the PSU to see if it was working( the old paper clip to green and black wire trick) Got it on. Whats bugging me is that I dont know how to diagnose the problem and it will occur again tomorrow and I have nothing. I first chalked it up to being a motherboard fault, but after seeing another problem occur; where when I used the usb port I saw the monitor dip twice, though it was going to sleep. Came back by manhandling the mouse ... I was reading that, that could related to a PSU problem. PS The computer is 5 years old- pre built system specs 2gb ram ddr2 ddr2 mobo amd athlon 64 280w psu Your help is needed because ....... Tlr; computer is shit, but I have to fix it
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    i want to start programming

    Those were my initial sentiments but I understand it more than I first did on the surface.
  5. crocski

    i want to start programming

    Codecademy if you were asking for a place to learn. Trust me its great and its not clustered with too much information at once. The way its setup you'll never a website in a week time. You basically just have to stick with it. or you can try tutorialpointz
  6. crocski

    ZdMods - Project 180

    Beautiful beautiful work. Is it possible to show how the bottom tier is setup? Monitor connections?
  7. crocski

    How do you Google?

    I'm curious how members here on the forum use google. For example when you looking for information. Do you type coherent sentences. or Do you type the keywords that you are looking for. For example 'How to fix a bicycle wheel' vs ' fix bicycle wheel' I'm asking because I've seen people type paragraphs into google expecting to find anything. BTW I'm the second option. Which one are you ?
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    How do you Google?

    DUDE !! YASSSSS!
  9. crocski

    How do you Google?

    oh look, visuals !
  10. crocski

    Stuff is getting weirder where I live...

    shots fired
  11. crocski

    How do you Google?

    Well good for you.
  12. crocski

    How do you Google?

    seems legit :lol:
  13. crocski

    How do you Google?

    I setup a poll or i thought i did. I dont see it
  14. crocski

    How do you Google?

    where is that option hidden I sorted it out.
  15. crocski

    How do you Google?

    No you dont.
  16. crocski

    How do you Google?

    Lmao I'll fix it. ohhhh the irony
  17. crocski

    My C++ Summer Journey

    This is brillant. You inspire me. keep working
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    i want to start programming

    Algorithms are good for truly building code. IMO once you've grasp how algorithms are written; you can turn the syntax over so much quicker. I'd recommend C after learning html and javascript. Javascript is a beautiful language that Im just starting to realise.
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    i want to start programming

    Im actually doing this now and its excelllent. Nice refresher.
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    help a NOOB WITH C

    Ive been at this since I started the code. the code is a simple project management for an assignment and I wanted to act a bit extra. Though I am not able to figure how its done. I want to have an primary key or entry number for my entries. typedef struct{char entryname [50];}project;int numprojects // global variablevoid functionadd (void){printf(" ID NO %d\n", numprojects++); // this is the closest i've gotten; this worked for incrementing after the entry is saved.}void printentry (int x){if (x!= -1){printf("ID NO %d", numprojects); // when its prints- its prints a random number like 6 pair instead of 1 which is starting numberprintf (" ENTRY NAME : ", project[x].entryname); // for effect }} every this I save the entries, though they all increment as they should. When I call to print to the entries, its starts at 4 or 8 instead of 1. I hope this was clear enough. Dont might my variables, they're added for effect.
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    help a NOOB WITH C

    I think ill just have to occupy of the array for my project file to come back. though it does not print if I add more than one. how does my code look ? also with my current setup. How can read space in between text I tried char name [30];printf("Enter your name: ");scanf ("%[\^n]", name);printf ( "Name entered : %s"); this works but its self. Doesn't work otherwise.
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    help a NOOB WITH C

    I have define maxprojects already. do you mind if I share the entire code. Also (unrelated) I have realised that when I am inputting data; unless I use near all the array, it wouldn't print them in order. For instance -I have been test the input field with my name which is 7 char long, the array is set to 30, when I am over 10 or higher on all the entries it prints them all back to me in the order I put them in. Why is that? ok I have published the code. it is over 400 lines long. http://pastebin.com/XbdLK4yx noted this code is the older version of what I am using; as I when back to see what I was doing wrong and near close to what I'll actually use. hope for your feedback because I have no one close by that can assist.
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    help a NOOB WITH C

    Sample output DUDE, thanks allot for your efforts, though it not what I was looking for. I am looking at your code as it is well explained and I've start to tamper with to full understand it and examine. Thanks for the breakdown; as I have seen allot of this syntax used but never knew what it does. So I appreciate it. Lol I think the initial solution posed wasn't explained properly and that was my fault. Instead of having the user input a primary key. My intend was to create an automatic number; between for example from (1 to 100). 1 being the starting point; while it increments for a new 'set of data'. and prints it accordingly. Sad to say I have not made progress with this. I have been picking at it. Ive been busy and kinda put it on the backburner Thoughts?
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