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About Marshall212

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  • Birthday 2001-07-05

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Gisborne, New Zealand
  • Interests
    Gaming, Building PCs, Asking people what stuff is :D
  • Biography
    Yong teen from all the way down at the bottom of the earth in a little place called New Zealand, Love gaming, Love building PCs, Love helping people, Hate fish...
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700
  • Motherboard
    ASUS B150M-A D3
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballstix 16gb (2x8gb) 1600Mhz DDR3
  • GPU
    MSI AMD RX 480
  • Case
    ThermalTake A31 Black Mid-Tower
  • Storage
    Kingston 240gb SSD (OS) + Seagate 1TB (2nd Drive) + Kingstone 120gb SSD (3rd Drive)
  • PSU
    Corsair RMi 750 watt
  • Display(s)
    AOC 1920x1080 (Primary) + HPL1706 1280 x 1024 (Secondary)
  • Cooling
    Gamerstorm AIO 240 (Yes its overkill for my CPU)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G105
  • Mouse
    Corsair... something something something...
  • Sound
    Razer Kraken 7.1 Surround USB
  • Operating System
    MSX (Windows 10 64-bit)

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  1. Hi, I'm looking for an easy way to reroute game traffic to bypass some school servers. To make this easier I have 3 computers that i'm going to name. Computer inside the school network = "Client" Computer outside the school network = "Node" Computer outside the school network that's blocked = "Host" For more detail here is the can and cants "Client" network I have no control over. "Client" computer is my own computer, So I can install software. Computer is Windows. "Node" network I do have control of but I cant port-forward because of an old router (However there is hamachi, Explained below). "Node" computer is my own computer, So I can install software. Computer is Windows (But can run a VMware machine for Ubuntu if needed). "Host" network I have no control over, However the ports for the game server are open so normal computers outside can connect. "Host" computer is not my own computer, I cant install software. "Client" can connect to "Node" and "Node" can connect to "Host" but "Client" cant connect to "Host" because of the school server (And I checked with my ICT department they cant unblock that connection, Not that's its bad they don't have the access to changing such thing). Between "Client" and "Node" there is a hamachi tunnel (And no I cant put hamachi on "Host"). Is there a way to reroute traffic through "Node" to "Client" so that "Client" can access "Host"? (And again ICT department loves me and said I can do it if I can bypass the servers without breaking them xD)
  2. It had faults with the original camera system it was going into. So im 100% sure its a drive problem. I checked the same system with 2 other drives and it was fine with them. And the drive itself was having problems with the original system it was supposed to go into.
  3. So ive just recently learnt that my 4TB WD Purple drive will clear all security footage from itself when the system turns off. And when the system boots it says the drive is not formatted? What could be causing it? When the drive becomes formatted it will write to it normally, I can also go back and view the footage. But if the drive losses power it clears itself and I cant get any footage.
  4. "Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades" if you love playing with guns... and also be the most American american of america http://store.steampowered.com/app/450540/Hot_Dogs_Horseshoes__Hand_Grenades/
  5. Cant seem to find the BIOS/UEFI on the mac. Thank you! Ive already reinstalled everything but I will keep this in mind for the future. Also figured out to that in GRUB i could press C to go to shell and mount + boot off the USB.
  6. True windows xp is quite old and the security wouldn't be the best now that I think about it.
  7. Lucky guy, Even though im 15 I have an OBSESSION with older desktop computers. I like the retro style of them. You could say I was born in the wrong time period haha
  8. Hi, I currently have an old Mac mini 2007. Its running Ubuntu at the moment and i'm trying to completely install a new Linux distro (Lubuntu because its "light weight"). Reasons of doing this? Ubuntu is great and all but its really bad on this machine, The machine is a 1 core with 2gb ram and Ubuntu is not happy with it. I was hoping a copy of Lubuntu would make it somewhat capable for web browsing. Wheres the old Mac OS install? I have no idea at all... The problems I'm having right now is how the hell do I install the new distro. Macs system for choosing a hard disks doesn't show the usb (Only "Windows" even though its actually Ubuntu). Just FYI I have no idea on how macs work and I know REALLY basic Linux skills. What I think I need is a boot loader other than GRUB (Its either GRUB is broken or it doesn't have GRUB at all). Is that right? If so can someone link me to a good one? And also would it be worth using Lubuntu? Or a copy of Windows XP instead?
  9. Most unstable internet ever, ran the test 4 times on the main pc and the results were 2.38 DOWNLOAD, 1.73 UPLOAD 4.97 DOWNLOAD, 4.00 UPLOAD 9.29 DOWNLOAD, 2.81 UPLOAD 10.30 DOWNLOAD, 7.68 UPLOAD add on the other 2 i got before 18.30 DOWNLOAD, 6.35 UPLOAD 27.39 DOWNLOAD, 10.80 UPLOAD And I have the fastest and slowest internet at the same time... gg
  10. Disabled everything now the main pc is faster than the vm, that should be normal I think...
  11. I think I have the most unstable connection in the world... Because now its 23.38 download 3.58 upload for VM and 18.30 download 6.35 upload
  12. I just had the most odd thing happen to me, I was playing around with speed tests and noticed that my Virtual Machine running windows 10 had a better upload and download speed than the windows 10 computer it is running on. I must admit i'm not a guy who knows a lot about how the internet works with routers and switches but what could be causing it to do that? I thought it could be all the random apps installed onto the main pc but I thought that would still slow down the VM (As they are using the same physical plug). The VM can do 20.3 Mbps download and 7.41 Mbps upload BUT the main pc running the same VM only does 15.5 Mbps download and 3.29 Mbps Upload. The VM is using NAT connection (Sharing the host IP address) if that makes any difference at all. Image below proves it as well.