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kelvinhall05

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About kelvinhall05

  • Title
    Vintage keyboard enthusiast
  • Birthday 2005-03-25

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ontario
  • Interests
    Old keyboards, Linux, computers, and Volvos

System

  • CPU
    Xeon X5650 @ 4.3GHz, 1.36V
  • Motherboard
    Asus Sabertooth X58
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3
  • GPU
    Asus RX 570 Strix
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define C
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue, 128GB Kingston UV400
  • PSU
    EVGA 600B
  • Display(s)
    3x Dell P2210 on a Steelcase Eyesite triple monitor stand
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2 with be quiet! Pure Wings 2
  • Keyboard
    Usually Focus FK-9000 but it changes
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403 Prodigy Wireless
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD598SE
  • Operating System
    Arch with KDE
  • Laptop
    Thinkpad X260 - i7, 16GB, 256GB, Arch w/ KDE
  • Phone
    Oneplus 5 running Pixel Experience

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  1. I've potentially found a source with nearly seventy thousand nos lime Alps for less than a quarter each when bought in bulk.

     

    I just gambled 76 CAD after shipping on 150 of them. Either I wasted my money, or I'm gonna destroy the Alps market. We'll see!

    1. Dissitesuxba11s

      Dissitesuxba11s

      If it's real, let me know if you're selling them. I might actually have a reason to get the Lunar II or something similar. The Hua-Jie AK-CN2 that I have aren't really worth it right now.

    2. dizmo

      dizmo

      How much are they usually, and did you order them from China?

  2. Minecraft servers only one on run core, so I would sub in an Intel chip, although I would also strongly suggest you go used.
  3. Did you connect front panel connectors properly and made sure you've installed mobo standoffs?
  4. Did you DDU the old drivers?
  5. I have absolutely no idea what CD you're talking about, and you should be able to use sudo to bypass the write protection (or "admin" on Windows or whatever it uses).
  6. You said that when you open the exe in the virtual CD, it will give you a prompt for a password, and when you put the password in, it'll mount the rest of the drive. Is this the case or not?
  7. I don't know what CD you're talking about, and I don't know what is so hard about what I said. 1. Plug in the USB 2. Enter the password to decrypt it 3. Like you said, it will then mount the full capacity of the USB (likely on another partition) 4. Open disk management and delete every partition on the drive 5. Make a new partition 6. Flash your ISO to it 7. Boot from it
  8. Did you enter the password so you are able to mount the entire USB, and then delete every partition on it like I told you to?
  9. Enter the password, mount the drive, and format it.
  10. If you don't know the password, use a different USB.
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