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    soup got a reaction from Coldfuson in README: How to respond to a no POST or no power up situation   
    ¼ - Cry real tears.
    ½ - Panic
    ¾ - Blame everyone else and kick the cat[1] (then 1~ etc).
     
    [1] This does not need to be yours just any that is hanging around
  2. Funny
    soup got a reaction from Coldfuson in README: How to respond to a no POST or no power up situation   
    ¼ - Cry real tears.
    ½ - Panic
    ¾ - Blame everyone else and kick the cat[1] (then 1~ etc).
     
    [1] This does not need to be yours just any that is hanging around
  3. Like
    soup got a reaction from marten.aap2.0 in Experiences with non-techies   
    The first rule of hackclub.
    You don't talk about...
  4. Agree
    soup reacted to BarisERY in Help. - How do I know how many storage devices can fit in my tower.   
    If you are goimg to put ssd's in dont worry about the space as ssd have no moving parts and are lightweight you van use double sided tape and stick it whereever you want, just make sure you can get the sata power and sata cables where you put the dawm things.
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    soup got a reaction from glitchmaster0001 in Should I get 8GB ram or 16GB ram?   
    What Louis Rossman?
    More two people in the "same industry" than buddies.
     
    No warranty anymore if you use ANY repair shop that isn't an Apple store.
  6. Agree
    soup got a reaction from glitchmaster0001 in Should I get 8GB ram or 16GB ram?   
    What Louis Rossman?
    More two people in the "same industry" than buddies.
     
    No warranty anymore if you use ANY repair shop that isn't an Apple store.
  7. Agree
    soup got a reaction from glitchmaster0001 in Should I get 8GB ram or 16GB ram?   
    What Louis Rossman?
    More two people in the "same industry" than buddies.
     
    No warranty anymore if you use ANY repair shop that isn't an Apple store.
  8. Agree
    soup got a reaction from rahul2141999 in Can I get 3V using 2x1.5V batteries?   
    Connect two similar batteries in series (ie + to -)  ->  double the voltage. 
    Connect two similar batteries in parallel   ->   ->   ->  double the capacity.
  9. Agree
    soup got a reaction from rahul2141999 in Can I get 3V using 2x1.5V batteries?   
    Connect two similar batteries in series (ie + to -)  ->  double the voltage. 
    Connect two similar batteries in parallel   ->   ->   ->  double the capacity.
  10. Agree
    soup got a reaction from rahul2141999 in Can I get 3V using 2x1.5V batteries?   
    Connect two similar batteries in series (ie + to -)  ->  double the voltage. 
    Connect two similar batteries in parallel   ->   ->   ->  double the capacity.
  11. Informative
    soup got a reaction from fpo in How does every computer have a different IP and MAC address?   
    What is meant to happen is that a block of addresses is assigned by the IEEE to a manufacturer. MAC addresses were initially meant as a unique identifier but the method to spoof MACs being relatively easy, and manufacturers reusing MACs [1] has meant sometimes machines on the SAME network subnet have  two devices with the same MAC and everything goes to 'a big ball of chalk' (this happens more often than some administrators  like)
     
    A MAC address is of the form 10-C3-7B-CF-B2
     
    [1] When manufacturers deliberately re use MACs  they try to send the items to a vastly different location so there is a reduced chance of them being on the same network as the previous item with the same MAC
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    soup got a reaction from TheEpicDuck in Help! Computer turning on but no imagery or any beeps   
    Just because some of the items are working does NOT mean the power supply isn't bad. A power supply tester only tests voltage at no load it does not put a load on the system. Better to test the system with a "known good" power supply
      I'm afraid your going to have to do the whole trouble shooting thing.
     
    Try the first post here
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    soup got a reaction from shadowbyte in Standoff's NEED HELP ASAP   
    You will have an extremely difficult time removing standoffs by hand . Can you 'borrow ' pliers or a small adjustable wrench/spanner, perhaps a screwdriver with many optional bits sporting a nut driver.
     
    Do NOT be tempted to run the system with the standoffs that are not being used in place however generally it is not the end of the world if not all positions have a stand off in them.
  14. Funny
    soup got a reaction from Coldfuson in README: How to respond to a no POST or no power up situation   
    ¼ - Cry real tears.
    ½ - Panic
    ¾ - Blame everyone else and kick the cat[1] (then 1~ etc).
     
    [1] This does not need to be yours just any that is hanging around
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    soup got a reaction from DHelios in So I built my first pc and installed windows 10. What now?   
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    soup got a reaction from DHelios in So I built my first pc and installed windows 10. What now?   
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    soup got a reaction from pinksnowbirdie in If you game on mobile, are you technically a gamer??   
    Nah! Unless you have a multi thousand pound (dollar WHY ) desktop rig you are  nothing.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    soup got a reaction from pinksnowbirdie in If you game on mobile, are you technically a gamer??   
    Nah! Unless you have a multi thousand pound (dollar WHY ) desktop rig you are  nothing.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    soup got a reaction from Speshul_ in Lost crocodile clip for anti-static wrist band, Suggestions?   
    Maplins.
    http://www.maplin.co.uk/search?text=anti-static+strap&x=0&y=0
  20. Agree
    soup got a reaction from Randomguy1911 in How many Case Fan sockets does the ASUS H110M-K DDR4 motherboard have?   
    Yes (-_-)ゞ゛ , 1 CPU  2 Chassis (case) 1+2 =3  (all 4 pin)
     
    3 is what you wanted wasn't it?
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    soup got a reaction from Roll_Like_Rollo in Experiences with non-techies   
    Shadow captain there is NO problem with getting a normal keyboard wet as long as it is not powered whilst it is wet, keyboards can be(and are) washed in dish washers, as long as they are well rinsed and well dried before powering on their should be no problems.
  22. Agree
    soup got a reaction from roylapoutre in 120 vs 140mm case fans positioning   
    More in than out.
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    soup got a reaction from NathanSchmitz in CPU dead?   
    Much more likely to be your MoBo than your proccesor (assuming your testing already eliminated the PSU as the source of the problem).
    If the PSU has not been eliminated I would test that first as this is almost certainly where your problems stem from.
  24. Agree
    soup got a reaction from DaMainMan in GPU got hit by a falling floor fan and detached from the motherboard   
    Oh for $eitys sake lucagrabacr If it works it works if it doesn't it doesn't.  No one (without physical access to your hardware) can tell if anythings broken .  Stop looking for definites there are none.
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    soup got a reaction from kirashi in How to use the microphone on headphones as a desktop mic   
    No guarantees but the following should work :-
    Try
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Splitter-Separate-Headphone-Microphone-Headphones/dp/B00Y4663GG/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1474932512&sr=8-9&keywords=mic+and+headphone+splitter
    Headphone/mic phone cable plugs into the single combo socket then the two seperate plugs go into the two (one microphone one speakers) sockets on the  computer case.
     
    Mind you by the time you have bought this splitter and had it shipped to Slovenia you would probably be as well off getting a new dedicated (virtually guaranteed to work) mic.
    Best of luck
     
    I remember once recording my voice (for a web forum I was subscribed to at the time) by shouting into the headphones which I had plugged into the mic socket (the sound quality was erm 'interesting', but it did work).
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