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EvilCat70

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About EvilCat70

  • Title
    Veteran

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    EVILCAT6#6755
  • Steam
    evilcat61
  • Origin
    EVILCAT6
  • Battle.net
    EVILCAT6#2404
  • Twitch.tv
    https://twitch.tv/evilcat6
  • Twitter
    @jacobdafool
  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    i have no clue help me
  • Biography
    I'm a muppet
  • Occupation
    Sitting around doing nothing

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 8700
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z370-F STRIX GAMING
  • RAM
    8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2133MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce GTX 960
  • Case
    Unknown
  • Storage
    250GB Samsung 850 EVO, 1TB Seagate, 200GB WD
  • PSU
    EVGA 600w (forgot exact name)
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VC239H and another ASUS 21 inch monitor
  • Cooling
    Artic Cooler PRO CPU Cooler and some fans for the case
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Raptor K40
  • Mouse
    Black generic mouse
  • Sound
    AudioMicro Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Hey. I was wondering if it would be possible to forcefully increase the polling rate of xbox 360 controllers on Windows 10. If it's doable, is 1000Hz possible? I'm not looking for anything related to mice, so don't give information that is specific to mice as it is pointless here. I need to know how to increase the polling rate of an xbox 360 controller. Thanks.
  2. What values should I put into the placeholders (e.g destination, subnet etc) Is the destination the OpenVPN adapter? How does this set it so that a specific application uses that adapter and the rest of the system uses my normal adapter?
  3. Hey. So I have setup OpenVPN on my server to use for a specific application (to allow people to play games with me without giving away my real IP) but the only problem is, is that all traffic on my PC is routed through the VPN. This VPN has a lot lower internet speed than my ISP internet speed, so I want to know whether or not I can tell Windows to send traffic through my regular Ethernet network and the VPN network at the same time. In Control Panel, I have 2 adapters: (OpenVPN is disabled right now) The way I want it to work is that the OpenVPN connection is set as "Public" and my Ethernet adapter is set as "Private". In my firewall I've set everything to private other than the application that will be ran through the VPN (which is on the public network). How can I tell Windows to use both private and public at the same time, and only the application on public will use the VPN? Thanks.
  4. Hey. I think I need to reinstall Windows as I've been having a few problems lately (and I haven't reinstalled Windows since 2017 and I've had an entire mobo change since then). However, I have an SSD as my primary drive and my second hard drive is used for storing games and programs. My question is: If I format my C drive (the one with Windows on and a few programs), what happens to the programs on the second drive? I know their files won't be deleted, but wouldn't they break due to registry values missing? I have quite a few programs on my second hard drive, and a lot of them have modified files (such as settings etc). I know reinstalling them would be the logical option, but I'd rather not have to do that if I can avoid it. Windows 10 has the Reset my PC function, would that do anything? I really don't want to have to go and delete all the program files then go and reinstall everything (and I can't wipe this second hard drive as it has lots of other files I can't put anywhere else). What can I do? Thanks.
  5. Hey, so I just bought a Nintendo Switch and wanted to be able to record some gameplay using my Elgato HD60 Pro Capture card. However, upon installing the drivers and software (with a reboot afterwards of course), the software persists on telling me to reboot to finish the driver installation. I can reboot once, twice or 5 times and it will still say this. I heard there were issues with the Windows 10 FCU (1709). The solution was to install a fixed driver BEFORE upgrading to the 1709, but I wasn't aware of this at the time (and I didn't have a use for the card at the time) so I never did that. It's obviously a little too late now to rollback and I am certainly not reinstalling Windows to 1709. What are my other options? I have tried the following: Uninstalling all the software/drivers and reinstalling it. Changing the card's PCI-e slot from a 1x to a 16x slot. Those are the only things I can find that supposedly fix it, apart from installing the fixed driver before FCU (but as I said, it's too late) It's also worth mentioning that a Windows reinstall probably won't fix this either, as I last reinstalled Windows AFTER FCU and the issue still pertains. Is there anything I can do? There's the possibility of putting the card in a Windows 7 PC and installing the updated firmware there, I just need to get permission from the machine owner. If I can't do that, what are my other options? This is what it says in Device Manager by the way: I think the "requires further installation" is a good indicator the drivers did not install right, but how do I make them install correctly? Thanks.
  6. Am I really stupid or is this just not working?
  7. So I have a VPS running Ubuntu, and if I do the assembler commands on there and run the file, it will say "Hello, world!", but using the Linux Subsystem on W10, I get this error:
  8. Is there any way I could get this to work on Windows?
  9. So I'm following the page you sent (https://www.tutorialspoint.com/assembly_programming/) and I'm having trouble at this part: I can't link the object file using elf_i386. I have to use i386pe. Also when I run the executable, it doesn't say "Hello, World!". It runs (I think), but nothing actually happens. I don't know if it's the assembling, the linking or the actual code itself. I have written it out exactly how the demo says to do.
  10. Even with just copy pasting it, the code doesn't work. I added the ".386" and ".model flat, stdcall" as most tutorials I've seen have used this.
  11. I saw that page earlier and tried the code, it did not work.
  12. That's a little pricey? $167 for a book?
  13. I did find a tutorial that worked, but it was extremely simple. It let me write text in to memory and set a register to a number. I wanted to move onto a Hello World program, but I can't because absolutely nothing I've found works.
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