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    Feenix Collection Giveaway

    The headphones because of them japanese pine woods.
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    Platform Launch and MASSIVE GIVEAWAY

    RGBluePrints https://www.vessel.com/videos/JLpxC_Zl9 https://www.vessel.com/videos/bxOOa9K7L
  3. Yet another amazing giveaway. Thank you for this and for all the great videos you guys make.
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    Sony Xperia Z2

    The Z2 looks great overall but the screen looks somehow better compared to some other phones. I like dbrands website quite a lot. Their products are also cool.
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    Linus Tech Tips and JayzTwoCents - Giveaway!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMRvz_IYSgM This was the first video I ever watched from Linus. One of the only "build" videos that isn't utterly boring.
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    LG G3 Review and.... TWENTY-FIVE Phone Giveaway?!

    The "Retro TV" shutting animation. I just love those.
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    Booting Windows from a CD using cmd

    I completely forgot and didn't notice before that the CD was actually for upgrading from Win7 to Win8. Sorry. So that's that. I need to get a Win7 CD from somewhere and then upgrade it to Win8, maybe that'll do it. Thank you guys for the answers.
  8. Hello. I Long story short, my old laptop almost bricked itself while I was reinstalling Windows 8 on it from a CD. Being the piece of crap it is, It just shut down during the process for no apparent reason. Now I am stuck in the menu which has all the repair and restoration options. Naturally, none of them works and if I try to continue to the Windows 8, I get a Blue Screen of Death and then it shuts down and repeats until I force it to shut down. I don't mind if I can't get it back up and running but I guess it's worth trying. So, I can access cmd from the menu, but I cant boot from the CD as "The disk doesn't have a identifiable file system" or something along those lines. What are my options? Can I format the boot drive and then install Windows from the CD somehow? As I said, I don't care if it can be fixed. It hasn't been properly for few years at least, and it has been really tacky lately. I have a backup of everything I wanted to save as I was reinstalling in the first place. I am new here so I hope this is the right section to ask this. Thanks in advance. "Don't bother" is a valid answer by the way.
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    my wooden pc finally finishd!

    I would personally add some sort of surface finish to it. The current solution works with the Noctua fans though.