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About max1220

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    Germany, NRW


  • CPU
    AMD FX 8320 @ 3.7GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSi 990FX-GD65
  • RAM
    2x DDR3 4GB, dualchannel, 1333MHz(Crossair XMS3 Kit)
  • GPU
    HIS 7790
  • Storage
    Sandisk SDSSDP-128G-G25, a few crappy ones
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Hamburg 530
  • Display(s)
    2x 1080p, 1x 900p
  1. I remember back in the days, when mice still had balls, and if you didn't clean them often enough, your were getting wieredness... Retarded joke aside, this isn't the issue. We've tried different mice. Seems to be no hardware problem
  2. Actually, we didn't thought of that. Unfortunately, this wasn't the Issue Thanks anyways. (Edited the post, so everyone can see what we've tried so far)
  3. A friend of mine currently has some issues with his mouse. His problem is that after he moves his mouse, the position of the mouse sometimes gets reset to a previous position. I asked some of my friends, and so did he, but no one seem to have an answer. See video below for details(He talks in german, but you can ignore what he says; The glitch is pretty obvious.) v=T2qHW0iu4gs A quick google search by me didn't found anything related. Any ideas,fixes, etc welcome! What we've tried so far: - Changing Mice(Is that the correct plural of Computer Mouse?) - Installing, reinstalling, removing drivers - Restarting - Unplugging graphics tablets, etc. - Changing the mouse surface(Mousepad/Pants: Same issue ) (Sugessted by DigitalHermit) Nothing worked so far
  4. I'm sorry to disappoint you, but creatorscast isn't even NEAR YT's size. That they got 720p/60fps is cool, but no bigger content creator is going to switch for that! There is no real pressure to YT to do this, at least not from them!
  5. My favorite part about the phone would probably be the Gigantonormouse screen & resolution! Having a MicroSd card slot it great as well, I got some spare ones, and a phone without a slot for them Good luck everyone
  6. Are you getting an IP like 169.xxx.xxx.xxx? Those are Windows's fallback IPs, when Windows cant't get an IP from the Network. Usually, that means that your card & your drivers are OK, but the Network settings are wrong(Probably DHCP), most likely on the router. (The powerline kit should be "invisible", and not manipulate traffic in any way, so should the switch) Try to access your ISP's router using another notebook directly, and set it to DHCP, if it isn't.
  7. Yeah, it should work that way. If you have trouble, I found this thread really helpful: Link!
  8. I think you can't re-partitione the only drive in windows, while running. Try burning PartedMagic to a CD, and change the partition using gparted, so you don't need to copy all the files again. If you get problems with the Windows Share, or wiered problems with networking, try: sysprep
  9. Friend got 12gig RAM, and installed an old, 32-bit cracked Win 8. He HAS BOUGHT A FUCKING PRO LICENSE, WITH A x64 BIT DVD WITH THE PC! Why would anyone install x32 cracked then?!
  10. If your drive is just partitioned in MBR, it should work out-of-the-box. If you plan on using the MBR for booting(Non-EFI boot), you need to adjust those settings in your BIOS. Usually under bppt, called boot mode or something. Change this to legacy. If it's disabled, try searching for fast boot(Or similar) and disable it. Then you should be able to boot using MBR.
  11. Well ,if you've got a really fast connection(Or buy one for cheap from Google ) you could sell Servers, VPS or Webhosting. You could also youn the LTTF Folding team, I guess ;D
  12. I think, usually its through the ground line of the electric wiring where the data goes over...
  13. How-to monitor your temps, etc, and save it to a file. Create a script with the following content(Modify to fit your needs, should be self-explaining ): #!/bin/bash LOGPATH="/mnt/some-hdd/some-log-folder" FILENAME=$LOGPATH/log-$(date +Y-%M-%d--%H-%M-%S) sensors &> $FILENAME #If you want to save all the logs from /var/log to a .tar archive, uncomment the line below.(Use with care, logs might get big!) #tar -cf $FILENAME /var/log/ sync and save it somewhere. This script saves the output of sensors to a file, named by time & date, and syncs the HDD(Sync forces Linux to write the cache contents to the HDD.) Now do: sudo crontab -e and add this line below: */5 * * * * /path/to/script This will execute the script every time the minute counter is cleanly dividable through 5(Every 5 minutes). In the logpath you should see your logs appearing Feel free to modify the script to do whatever. This should help you debug anymore problems you've got.