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WamWooWam

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About WamWooWam

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    Member
  • Birthday Feb 25, 2002

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    i am not a peasant
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    Over 1 week ago
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    Male
  • Interests
    Tech, Sonic the Hedgehog and GIFs

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-4300 @ 3.8 - 4.42Ghz OC
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 SKT-AM3+
  • RAM
    8GB Crucial Balistix Sport
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX 960
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Series 200R
  • Storage
    256GB Crucial SSD & WD Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX600M
  • Display(s)
    Acer G226HQL & Dell E771p CRT
  • Cooling
    Coler Master Hyper T4
  • Keyboard
    Microsoft Keyboard 600/Dell QuietKey RT7D5JTW/Apple Pro Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Microsoft Mouse 200/Late Apple Pro Mouse (RIP in Peace)
  • Sound
    N/A
  • Operating System
    OS X 10.10 Yosemite / Windows 8.1
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  1. I'm not sure this could be done entirely with just an MSI file (I presume you're talking about Windows Installer packages) but you could have a file on the server reporting the latest version, which could be checked vs the current version. If the server side version is newer, it could download the MSI and execute it.
  2. No, but it's possible. NAudio can process MIDIs, and I have thought about allowing recording through MIDI inputs when I make a composer. But I think a custom soundfont and something like VirtualMIDISynth would probably do what you want to do better.
  3. BeeperPlayer An 8-bit Music Synthesiser So recently, I've been working on an 8-bit style music synthesiser, written using NAudio in C# .NET, and it works surprisingly well, all things considered. Why should I care? That's a good question, you see, I don't really understand music. Stuff like tempo makes little to no sense to me, thus all music is composed in milliseconds. Which for music enthusiasts, who understand this stuff, isn't great. It also makes syncing sounds across multiple tracks very difficult. Thus, I need your help. The app is open so
  4. I find this discussion quite funny considering the completely dead Programmers Lounge
  5. Right, fine. On to amazons return center then
  6. I know, but normally, manufacturers say "go to your retailer" and that's that
  7. The little diagnostic LEDs do something, the first two light up, then nothing.
  8. No dice with a CMOS reset. Should I begin contacting Amazon?
  9. Is this a fixed (non editable) WinForms label? If so, why not just declare it as a variable inside the other form?
  10. Earlier today, I felt it'd be a good idea to update my BIOS on my brand new MSI B250M PRO-VD. So, I open Live Update. Hit the button, it downloads. A few seconds later it begins flashing... about 30 seconds later, black screen, no signal. Okay... I leave It for 2 hours ish, still nothing, I hit reset, nothing. Turn my psu off and on again. Start up... nope. No signal, no nothing. Everything was running on the latest insider build of Windows 10 x64 I don't think I did anything i shouldn't have done, everything was downloaded directly from MSI's website, all up to date,
  11. That's my worry, it only happened about 10 mins ago, so trim won't have kicked in just yet
  12. Right, so in a vain attempt to get a decently fast OS X install working on my PC, I shrank a disk in windows, went to format it in Disk Utility in macOS Sierra, one wrong button press and now my SSD is completely empty with a brand new partition table and one large HFS+ Journaled volume on it. I have a mostly working macOS Sierra install on another drive and no backups. Stupid idea, I know. Is there anything I can do to get my data back (preferably with its hierarchy) without it costing me money?
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