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About bcuz

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    Just looking for advice from people who (unlike me) know what they are talking about.
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    Peer Tutor, Marketing Intern, Computer Science Student


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  1. I'm not using any hubs. After noticing the issue I connected a third controller using a USB C to A adapter, but it works exactly the same (but with better tracking). I was launching the game via VR, but I just tried through the desktop and it made no difference.
  2. I recently bought an Oculus Rift w/ touch controllers and three sensors from a friend, and when I first tried it out, it worked fine. After the first run, I started having an issue running steamVR games on the rift. I can open SteamVR and it works normally, but as soon as I try to open a game, my frame rate drops to less than 1fps, my tracking goes crazy, I get a message saying one of my sensors has disconnected (I have tried switching the sensor and using a different USB port), and I have to force quit SteamVR or wait for it to crash. The strangest part is that I can run Oculus games with zero issues. I purchased some vr games a few months back on SteamVR to go with my new headset (which I returned), and I would prefer not to re-purchase them. Let me know if you have any suggestions, thanks! (I'm using a Razer Blade 15 Advanced 2019, with an RTX 2070 Max-Q, i7-9750H, 16GB ram, 1TB NVMe SSD)
  3. Here is another example of the issue:
  4. Thanks for responding. I added the header and it didn't have an error when I ran it. Then I restarted my laptop, but nothing happened. I also did what you said (Adjust for best appearance) but it didn't change anything. Any ideas?
  5. Is it possible to run windows server without ECC ram? I have a few older (4-5 years old) desktops. Is it possible to install Windows Server 2019 on these desktops? One has the following specs: i5-6400 Nvidia gt730 16GB DDR3 (I'm not sure of the speed) 1TB HDD
  6. I'm getting an error message, but I'm not sure why. Here is what I have in the .reg file: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts] "Segoe UI (TrueType)"="" "Segoe UI Bold (TrueType)"="" "Segoe UI Bold Italic (TrueType)"="" "Segoe UI Italic (TrueType)"="" "Segoe UI Light (TrueType)"="" "Segoe UI Semibold (TrueType)"="" "Segoe UI Symbol (TrueType)"="" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\FontSubstitutes] "Segoe UI"="Arial"
  7. All I see is a list of fonts, what should I be looking for?
  8. As you can see in the screenshot below, I have been having an issue with my laptop. All over the OS (on websites, in apps, etc) I keep seeing this weird font that I can't read. Anyone know what this is?
  9. Lol What are my options on AMD? One of the reasons I want to use Windows Server is so that I can play around with it. I think that getting comfortable with this kind of software will be helpful in the future. If I didn't get it for free I would do something else, but seeing as I have the chance to try it out for free, why not give it a try?
  10. I just found out about all of the software I can get for free as a student. For example, I can get Windows Server 2019 Datacenter for free. I want to build a home server (I'm a CS student, and I want to be able to practice setting up databases, hosting websites, use it as a NAS, or just test out my ideas), but I don't know what kind of hardware I will need. I was looking at the hardware requirements, and saw this: Processor 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor Compatible with x64 instruction set Supports NX and DEP Supports CMPXCHG16b, LAHF/SAHF, and PrefetchW Supports Second Level Address Translation (EPT or NPT) RAM 512 MB (2 GB for Server with Desktop Experience installation option) ECC (Error Correcting Code) type or similar technology, for physical host deployments Storage controller and disk space requirements Computers that run Windows Server 2019 must include a storage adapter that is compliant with the PCI Express architecture specification. Persistent storage devices on servers classified as hard disk drives must not be PATA. Windows Server 2019 does not allow ATA/PATA/IDE/EIDE for boot, page, or data drives. The following are the estimated minimum disk space requirements for the system partition. Minimum: 32 GB Network adapter requirements Network adapters used with this release should include these features: An Ethernet adapter capable of at least gigabit throughput Compliant with the PCI Express architecture specification. A network adapter that supports network debugging (KDNet) is useful, but not a minimum requirement. A network adapter that supports the Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE) is useful, but not a minimum requirement. Other requirements The following items are not strictly required, but are necessary for certain features: UEFI 2.3.1c-based system and firmware that supports secure boot Trusted Platform Module Graphics device and monitor capable of Super VGA (1024 x 768) or higher-resolution Keyboard and Microsoft® mouse (or other compatible pointing device) What kind of hardware would I need for this? I'm not super familiar with all of these terms, but I'm assuming I won't just be able to run this on consumer hardware. I would like to have something in a PC form factor if possible. Would something like an i9-9900k work for the processor? What kind of ram do I need? This is going to be a long term project of mine, so price isn't a huge issue. Any suggestions are welcome!
  11. I've got a thunderbolt 3 port and an adapter from tb3 to display port 1.4. Nice travel hack! I'll have to try that out.
  12. I got the camera and lens during prime day when there was that pricing glitch. The 50mm was the only option that wasn't sold out.
  13. I'm currently using the Razer Blade 15 Advanced (i7-9750H, 2070 max-q, 16gb ddr4), but am also building a pc which will have a 2080 ti. I' will be playing a mix of games, for now, I'll start with a few games (maybe beat saber, superhot, etc). I might bring the headset with me sometimes, but it would be very infrequently. I will consider pretty much any price as long as the specs match up.
  14. The issue is that I'm supposed to do something in the style of Billy on the Street. That's means I'm going to be at least walking around if not running. (To be clear, this is not my idea... I think it is definitely going to be cringy, but it's not up to me) I might go for something like the DJI Ronan S, but in that case I would need to rely on the dual pixel autofocus. Do you know if an external microphone would better be able to ignore the sound of the lens?
  15. Thanks! The other reason I am getting another lens is that the 50mm f1.2 focuses pretty loudly. It's very noticeable when using the in body audio, and I don't have an external microphone yet.