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JcGross

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About JcGross

  • Title
    Internet Detective
  • Birthday Mar 20, 1993

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  • Location
    Miskolc, Hungary, Europe, Earth, Solar System, Milky Way
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    PC gaming, PC computing, programming, electric engineering stuff, tech stuff, crime stories, fantasy and lots of other stuff.

System

  • CPU
    i5 4670k
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Z97 Pro3
  • RAM
    8GB of Kingston RAM
  • GPU
    Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 OC
  • Case
    Aerocool Vx-9 Pro
  • Storage
    2x1TB WD blue
  1. Hello, So, I know this probably isn't the first time this topic has been posted, and I know there's probably no solution, but I've been trying for the last 4 hours to get my PC to output HDR picture to my PC. I've just ran my last experiment and I officially have no idea what to do (I'm guessing at this point there's nothing to be done). I have a Samsung ue50ru7102 smart TV. I quickly found that you need to enable HDR support in the TV for the HDMI port, it's under a setting called "Input signal plus". However. When I first tried this, the picture on the TV was screwed
  2. The Mystery deepens as it gets clearer. Now, upon further examination, when the picture went out from the TV I tried plugging the HDMI on my pc into the onboard HDMI out. Now, of course there was still no output on it, because I didn't actually set it up, but the TV went from "No cable plugged in" to "No signal". So I am dead certain the problem is on the PC side. I am guessing some kind of communication error where the graphics card suddenly stops detecting a cable that is plugged in. BUT, something really strange happened today. Again, I was playing a game, and the picture on my TV cut
  3. Welp, I updated the firmware from 1021 to 1042. Still no dice... The startup logo look different tho...
  4. Oh, I misunderstood you. I thought you got an auto update and had to roll it back. I'll try the update that I found online then. Mine is not a smart TV so it can't download the update on it's own.
  5. Thanks for the response. Can you tell me about how that worked? I mean, as I've said, in my case this setup has been working for years with no problem, I never updated anything by hand. I just searched for the model number of my TV and looked online, looks like I don't even have the newest firmware (actually, they say software, so I don't even know if it is in fact firmware just named for the average consumer to understand). The newest is 1028 and I have 1024. So I don't think the firmware changed at all since I got it. I have no idea what's going on. In other news, I had a hunch that if
  6. Has anyone ever heard of anything like this? I can't find any reference to a problem like this. It started happening more and more. I've had my PC hooked up to my Samsung TV via HDMI. It worked for the last, I don't even know, 3-4 years? A long time. Now it suddenly decided it's not going to work. Sometimes it fixes itself, and then it stops working again for no reason. Like, right now, I was playing a game (for about 5 minutes) and then the signal cuts out. Now here's the thing, I'm not new to troubleshooting, so I tried hooking it up with a different cable, since the old cable (tha
  7. All of the games! 99% of the time I play with a controller, unless it's a retro game or a strategy game. I don't understand why people are talking crap how playing shooters with a gamepad is bad. After a bit of practice it's really not that hard. Otherwise, if you're not ready to get into aiming with a stick, I recommend action games like Devil May Cry, or ones that are set in the medieval period/fantasy setting like The Witcher 3 (or 2). Survival horror games are great too, since the point is that aiming is supposed to be hard, I recommend RE4 (it's really fun, not that hard at al
  8. Oh no! Is this game EVER going to end? I just finished my second playthrough and started the third. MAN! It feels like all of the time I spent was just a damn prologue! And it's already been 30 hours! HOLY BALLS! And it just keeps getting better! Finally the overall story is getting more and more interesting, it doesn't feel as disjointed as before. It feels like this is the real game now. This is so jarring. I'm not used to games taking this long. I mean, my playthrough of The Witcher 3 took 100+ hours, and I still haven't touched the expansions, but that was a different time. And here becaus
  9. Granted, but you're allergic to it. I wish I was better at soldering.
  10. I got to the end of the route A. I have to say, it felt a bit anticlimactic. Or, howllow. It feels like there's a lot missing. Of course I know there are other routes that are different, I already started on route B and got VERY excited to see what this is going to be. Since I did say no spoilers I'll refrain from saying more, but those who played the game know what route B is. Or at least I hope the whole route is the same as the begining (I got to the bunker so far). I think this will be exciting to fill in the blanks and expand the story in a nice way. I have to say though that
  11. Granted, but you can't change anything you see. I wish I had a dollar every time someone said "i wish".
  12. Granted, but they are burrying you with it at the same time. I wish I had a good fashion sense. Edit: sorry, that was a bit weak. How about this: Granted, but they are using YOU as a shovel.
  13. Granted, but it has the world's largest worm in it. I wish girls would fall at my feet.
  14. Granted, but it's for laptops. I wish sleeping would recover my energy twice as fast.
  15. Well, some games solve this with letterboxing when they take away player control. Or disable the HUD. I find that very effective and useful to signal whether the player has full control or not. I just meant that it's not like I hate modern games or anything. It's just that I feel like there's a disconnect when I play these games that come from a lack of definitive distinction of what is supposed to be what. Like, there were times when you could look at an in-game object and you knew instantly that that's breakable, or you can pick it up and throw it, or things like that. I dunno
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