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    aisle9 got a reaction from Tristerin in Nvidia Sold $175 Million Worth of GeForce RTX 30 GPUs To Crypto Miners   
    Hi, my name is capitalism, how are you doing today?
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Mark Kaine in Please Bring back Auto Captions on your videos   
    You know that can be turned on with two clicks, right?
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    aisle9 got a reaction from panzersharkcat in Laptop Noob asks Laptop Care Tips so that i dont ruin it in 6 months!   
    Don't leave it plugged in all the time (unplug it if it's not turned on), and don't let it get below 20% charge. Try to time it so that you drain to 30% then charge to 70% That sort of charge pattern will put fewer cycles on your battery and keep temperatures in check better. Of course, if you need to charge it up to 100% and drain it to within a few percent of its life once in a while, that's fine, but don't make a habit of it.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from suriya2210 in Help needed to upgrade my very old PC   
    The absolute best CPU would be a Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.4GHz, but that would be an insane amount of money. Your best bet is just to find any other 800 MHz LGA 775 Pentium 4 in an e-waste BIN and see if it works.
     
    It uses DDR RAM rated up to 400 MHz, so, again, e-waste.
     
    It has a PCI-E x16 slot, so RTX 3090 I guess.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Kilrah in Help needed to upgrade my very old PC   
    The absolute best CPU would be a Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.4GHz, but that would be an insane amount of money. Your best bet is just to find any other 800 MHz LGA 775 Pentium 4 in an e-waste BIN and see if it works.
     
    It uses DDR RAM rated up to 400 MHz, so, again, e-waste.
     
    It has a PCI-E x16 slot, so RTX 3090 I guess.
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    aisle9 reacted to SupaKomputa in Should I buy a RTX 2060 or 2060 SUPER or should I wait for the RTX 3060 and the RTX 3060ti   
    Buy a used card for now and sell it when the 3060 arrived.
    Used card wont depreciate as much.
    You probably will loose 10-20 bucks, consider it as a rent fee.
    I suggest getting a used 1080.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from NineEyeRon in Poor Black Friday?   
    The typical rule for Black Friday is that places bring in a small quantity (sometimes 1) of a very cheap version of a very desirable item. Think 65" OLED TVs, but instead of being the high-end Samsungs, they're made by Sumsung or LGee, or they're TVs made by the big names from the absolute trashiest of the trash parts to keep costs low. When the two 65" TVs from Sanaphonic, the refrigerator from Kenhore, the speakers by Boes and the laptop from Dell are all sold out in 30 seconds, well, darn, but hey, look at all these mediocre deals we have for you since you're already here!
     
    The best deals on real brands typically come 1-2 weeks before Christmas. Black Friday is a myth created by retailers who needed an official "start" to holiday shopping to get people out to stores.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Fasauceome in How would this 10 year old hard drive perform today as my game drive?   
    It's a ten-year-old WD Green, so yeah, it'd be slow af. I'd be far more concerned that it would just die though. Like I said, it's a 10yo WD Green.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Artify in Optiplex Gaming PC   
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-OptiPlex-7020-MT-i7-4770-3-40Ghz-8GB-RAM-240GB-SSD/133519464016 (Offer this guy $190. If he counters, go to $200 and stay there. Do not pay more than $200 for a 7020 specced like this.)
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/MSI-GTX-1650-Ventus-XS-4G-128-Bit-HDMI-GDRR5-DirectX-12-VR-Ready-Graphics-Card/353157754123
     
    Grab a 1TB hard drive for games and additional storage, then add a second 8GB stick of DDR3 for about $15-20. That puts you around $405. You don't need the PSU or the SSD with this build, so back those costs out. If you can't put that much scratch together right now, I'd recommend skipping the 1TB drive to take you to $360-ish, because you already have a 240GB SSD in there. The only way to get much lower would be to start really stepping down the chain to something like a GTX 1050 or RX 560, and at that point you're really handicapping your gaming performance.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Oizaa in Dead motherboard?   
    I think D1 involves PCIe. With the computer completely unplugged, take the CMOS battery out and use compressed air to blast out the PCIe slots. Check the contacts of anything connected to those slots and use a pencil eraser to gently sweep off anything you see., then hit it with compressed air. Reinsert the CMOS battery and try to boot without anything PCIe connected first. If it boots, insert the PCIe cards, testing each slot. If one slot is causing the issue, there's your problem. If it still just refuses to work, I'd contact Gigabyte. I doubt that a Skylake-era board is still in warranty, but they might be able to troubleshoot.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from kirashi in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    You've got to talk to a human being on the phone. Online chat is where to go for simple questions and problems. They're not even going to try to help you with this. You have to talk to a human being. Make shit up to get past the automatic menu if you have to, just talk to a person. Your account is gone and you will probably never see it again, but unless you like the idea of buying a bunch of codes for games that now belong to someone else, you've got to get those purchases reversed.
     
    If Sony is no help or you can't get to a person, call your credit card company ASAFP and open disputes on every single charge from PSN that you didn't make yourself. It can take up to a month or more to get your money back on a big claim like that.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from PlayStation 2 in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    You've got to talk to a human being on the phone. Online chat is where to go for simple questions and problems. They're not even going to try to help you with this. You have to talk to a human being. Make shit up to get past the automatic menu if you have to, just talk to a person. Your account is gone and you will probably never see it again, but unless you like the idea of buying a bunch of codes for games that now belong to someone else, you've got to get those purchases reversed.
     
    If Sony is no help or you can't get to a person, call your credit card company ASAFP and open disputes on every single charge from PSN that you didn't make yourself. It can take up to a month or more to get your money back on a big claim like that.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Draqings in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    Don't bring up any more than you have to. Say nothing at all about your account being banned. Tell them that you saw $1,XXX.xx (exact amount is needed) worth of purchases made to your credit card by Sony PSN, and you did not authorize them. If they bring up your account being banned, say, "I'm only concerned about the fraudulent purchases."
     
    Be polite, but be firm. Don't let the topic stray from the purchases, and if they refuse to help you with those or try to get rid of you as a banned account, get all the documentation you have of the fraudulent purchases together and write out a written statement of exactly what happened, when you discovered it, what steps you took, the date/times and outcomes of all contacts with Sony, anything and everything that establishes your case that the purchases were fraudulent and nothing else. Then call your credit card company to dispute the charges. Have the exact dates, times and amounts of each transaction in front of you when you call, and be ready to give a verbal statement. In fact, if they don't want to take a statement or tell you that they "have enough in their file", insist on the opportunity to give one. The call is being recorded, and fraud investigators will listen to it (source: I was one). When you give your verbal statement, read the written statement you're going to provide verbatim. You're not going to be questioned or cross-examined by the person on the phone, so don't worry about that. Before you hang up, get the fax number and email address to send your scanned evidence to (all the documentation, including your statement) and send it the next day.
     
    On a four-figure claim, you'll probably get a call back from a fraud investigator looking for more information. That doesn't mean they doubt your claim, it just means they need more info to go back to Sony, because Sony is ultimately going to be told to pay that claim, and Sony's bank will fight it. Just stick to the same rule: polite. Polite. Fraud investigators are used to being screamed at, so someone being polite and helpful is always a welcome change of events and at the very least won't hurt your case. Source: I got screamed at a lot, and I appreciated common courtesy and worked a little harder for the people who were polite and helpful. I worked on the debit side where we literally could not refuse a fraud claim 95% of the time, but credit's a different world and I think they can. So, again, I can't emphasize this enough: no matter how stressed you are and no matter how on edge a call from a fraud investigator puts you, be polite and help however you can.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from PlayStation 2 in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    I highly doubt you'll get the account back, but I've been wrong before. Sony may take pity on you, but if it's tied to funny business with the games purchased, you're probably not getting it back. Focus on the charges. Getting that $1K back is the overriding priority here, and if you call Sony and start asking about getting the account back, you're going to get hung up on long before you get to the fraudulent purchases.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    I highly doubt you'll get the account back, but I've been wrong before. Sony may take pity on you, but if it's tied to funny business with the games purchased, you're probably not getting it back. Focus on the charges. Getting that $1K back is the overriding priority here, and if you call Sony and start asking about getting the account back, you're going to get hung up on long before you get to the fraudulent purchases.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Draqings in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    I highly doubt you'll get the account back, but I've been wrong before. Sony may take pity on you, but if it's tied to funny business with the games purchased, you're probably not getting it back. Focus on the charges. Getting that $1K back is the overriding priority here, and if you call Sony and start asking about getting the account back, you're going to get hung up on long before you get to the fraudulent purchases.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Draqings in PSN: Hacked, Charged, & Banned (HELP)   
    You've got to talk to a human being on the phone. Online chat is where to go for simple questions and problems. They're not even going to try to help you with this. You have to talk to a human being. Make shit up to get past the automatic menu if you have to, just talk to a person. Your account is gone and you will probably never see it again, but unless you like the idea of buying a bunch of codes for games that now belong to someone else, you've got to get those purchases reversed.
     
    If Sony is no help or you can't get to a person, call your credit card company ASAFP and open disputes on every single charge from PSN that you didn't make yourself. It can take up to a month or more to get your money back on a big claim like that.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from dizmo in Newegg Refuse to Free-Return a Vastly Improperly Shipped HDD   
    First rule of shopping on Newegg: don't shop on Newegg. If you must shop on Newegg, use their eBay storefront so you can force a return through eBay's policy even if they don't want to--and they don't want to. Their customer service has never been great, but it's an absolute turd in the last couple of years.
     
    If you paid via PayPal, you can probably open a refund request directly through them. You'll probably end up paying return shipping, but you'd at least get your original shipping back. To be brutally honest about it, even if the drive is deader than the horse I'm beating here, Newegg will still try to make you pay return shipping. They sent me a dead refurb GPU and made me pay return shipping to exchange it for one that worked.
     
    So, your remaining options. If the drive does work, you can run several full SMART tests and see if you get a fail, and you can write the drive to capacity to see if it takes everything and is readable. If your drive is passing SMART tests and the full 8TB is read/writeable, you're probably stuck. That said, the warranty on those Seagate drives is pretty solid, so if something does happen down the road, you should be able to replace it. Doesn't do anything to reassure you about your data now.
     
    Newegg does inspect returns, so if you're thinking about doing something physical to make sure it doesn't work...my advice would be don't.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from TempestCatto in Newegg Refuse to Free-Return a Vastly Improperly Shipped HDD   
    First rule of shopping on Newegg: don't shop on Newegg. If you must shop on Newegg, use their eBay storefront so you can force a return through eBay's policy even if they don't want to--and they don't want to. Their customer service has never been great, but it's an absolute turd in the last couple of years.
     
    If you paid via PayPal, you can probably open a refund request directly through them. You'll probably end up paying return shipping, but you'd at least get your original shipping back. To be brutally honest about it, even if the drive is deader than the horse I'm beating here, Newegg will still try to make you pay return shipping. They sent me a dead refurb GPU and made me pay return shipping to exchange it for one that worked.
     
    So, your remaining options. If the drive does work, you can run several full SMART tests and see if you get a fail, and you can write the drive to capacity to see if it takes everything and is readable. If your drive is passing SMART tests and the full 8TB is read/writeable, you're probably stuck. That said, the warranty on those Seagate drives is pretty solid, so if something does happen down the road, you should be able to replace it. Doesn't do anything to reassure you about your data now.
     
    Newegg does inspect returns, so if you're thinking about doing something physical to make sure it doesn't work...my advice would be don't.
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    aisle9 reacted to Fasauceome in Quick CPU question   
    They're all from the same generation, the 2690 has the highest clocks and the most cores so it wins by default
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    aisle9 got a reaction from dizmo in Linus Media Group makes $19 Million per year in revenue. Explained... (Corrected)   
    It's a good try, but it's just a try. There's a lot of guesswork here, and you can't build something like this off of guesswork. You need actual numbers for things like employee salaries, for one, and you need to know the various numbers that go into the costs. I agree, Linus' last comment on this did seem something like a challenge to everyone to go figure it out, but I don't expect anyone to ever say, "Bingo!". That's just not something you do with a privately held company outside of very specific circumstances, especially when numbers like the CEO's salary are directly tied to that number.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Ligonsker in Be careful when buying expensive things on eBay   
    eBay is not the same place that it was in 2012. These days, the seller gets bufu'd on everything. As a seller, I have PTSD from some of the shit I've put up with. As a buyer? Zero problems, zero headaches that weren't swiftly resolved in my favor by eBay.
     
    eBay is a different world now. All a buyer has to do is say, "It's not as shown," and they get a refund 100% of the time. No pictures necessary, no further description, they just win. And if the seller gets back a box full of snake turds, well, that seller had better take that box of snake turds down to the police station and fill out a report. If the seller calls eBay and says, "The buyer sent me back a box of snake turds instead of the Switch," their response will be, "Well how do you know the buyer did that? Who's to say that a postal worker didn't open the box and replace the contents? How do we know you didn't do it?"
     
    (yes, actual exchange I had with eBay once...but it wasn't snake turds in the box)
     
    This is such bullshit I don't even know where to start. If you buy a $500 PS5 and the seller is unable to ship it, you're going to piss and moan to eBay (and rightly so) and eBay is going to slap that seller with a defect which will raise their fee percentage and place limitations on their ability to sell, regardless of whether or not there was a good reason. I got a defect because a buyer wrote "return to sender" on a Q6600 while I was overseas. I had no messages from the buyer, nothing to indicate that it was coming back, no delivery notifications, just a bunch of angry messages from the buyer and eBay when I got back onto US soil. I had to spend hours and hours on the phone with eBay fighting to have the defect removed, explaining that the buyer never contacted me, there was no kind of tracking on the return, how could I possibly have known and acted upon it?
     
    I'm not going to call you a liar here, but I will say that every time I've seen someone say they "politely contacted the seller", it was either them being a dick or some kind of thinly veiled threat. I don't know if you did, but I do know that eBay doesn't like to ban buyers. And to the point others have made, yes, you should allow for a lot of extra time for packages coming ePacket from China. The postal system is screwed up everywhere right now.
     
    You can write pretty much anything you want here. I've pushed the limit many times, and I'm pretty sure I've never even had a mod message me to ask me to knock it the fuck off.
     
    So let me tell you why I personally do not believe you. eBay hates sellers. We're an inconvenience. We're necessary, but not really. There will always be people who want to sell their old stuff to pick up a few bucks. If I cause any buyers a headache, eBay will be more than happy to either chase me away with high fees or just dump me entirely. There are always more sellers. However, if a buyer is gone, their money is gone with them, probably for good. How will eBay ever live out their wet dream of dethroning Amazon despite having a completely different and much more niche business model if all the buyers decide to go to Amazon? That's why eBay is pushing free shipping on its sellers, why it defaults everything to expedited, why it just magically turns on Best Offer and decides that you're fine with any offers of 80% of your list price or greater, and why there is absolutely no such thing as a "no-returns" sale on eBay.
     
    But for you to be banned as a buyer? That takes skill. Either:
    You have a long history of sellers complaining to eBay about you--feedback for buyers means shit-all, because sellers can only leave positive You're not being entirely honest about the content of your message, or you wrote something that's ambiguous enough that the language barrier made it seem like a credible threat of some sort You return an abnormally high percentage of your sales (no one knows the exact number, but it's thought to be north of 90%) You have a history of feedback extortion Your account has been hacked and engaged in shady af behavior. You have personally driven to eBay headquarters, hit the CEO with a baseball bat, run for the exit, humped the receptionist on your way out the door, then gotten into a clown car with an "eBay sucks" banner behind it and laughed like Woody Woodpecker repeatedly as you drove away. And even then, they might just give you a two-week suspension. Getting banned from eBay takes mad skillz, way above and beyond what you're describing here. If you want some honest help figuring out what happened and what, if anything, you can do about it, try being honest about what happened. I've never seen someone saying they "politely" contacted the seller having actually done so. 10 times out of 10, they were an absolute dick about it.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe. in Be careful when buying expensive things on eBay   
    eBay is not the same place that it was in 2012. These days, the seller gets bufu'd on everything. As a seller, I have PTSD from some of the shit I've put up with. As a buyer? Zero problems, zero headaches that weren't swiftly resolved in my favor by eBay.
     
    eBay is a different world now. All a buyer has to do is say, "It's not as shown," and they get a refund 100% of the time. No pictures necessary, no further description, they just win. And if the seller gets back a box full of snake turds, well, that seller had better take that box of snake turds down to the police station and fill out a report. If the seller calls eBay and says, "The buyer sent me back a box of snake turds instead of the Switch," their response will be, "Well how do you know the buyer did that? Who's to say that a postal worker didn't open the box and replace the contents? How do we know you didn't do it?"
     
    (yes, actual exchange I had with eBay once...but it wasn't snake turds in the box)
     
    This is such bullshit I don't even know where to start. If you buy a $500 PS5 and the seller is unable to ship it, you're going to piss and moan to eBay (and rightly so) and eBay is going to slap that seller with a defect which will raise their fee percentage and place limitations on their ability to sell, regardless of whether or not there was a good reason. I got a defect because a buyer wrote "return to sender" on a Q6600 while I was overseas. I had no messages from the buyer, nothing to indicate that it was coming back, no delivery notifications, just a bunch of angry messages from the buyer and eBay when I got back onto US soil. I had to spend hours and hours on the phone with eBay fighting to have the defect removed, explaining that the buyer never contacted me, there was no kind of tracking on the return, how could I possibly have known and acted upon it?
     
    I'm not going to call you a liar here, but I will say that every time I've seen someone say they "politely contacted the seller", it was either them being a dick or some kind of thinly veiled threat. I don't know if you did, but I do know that eBay doesn't like to ban buyers. And to the point others have made, yes, you should allow for a lot of extra time for packages coming ePacket from China. The postal system is screwed up everywhere right now.
     
    You can write pretty much anything you want here. I've pushed the limit many times, and I'm pretty sure I've never even had a mod message me to ask me to knock it the fuck off.
     
    So let me tell you why I personally do not believe you. eBay hates sellers. We're an inconvenience. We're necessary, but not really. There will always be people who want to sell their old stuff to pick up a few bucks. If I cause any buyers a headache, eBay will be more than happy to either chase me away with high fees or just dump me entirely. There are always more sellers. However, if a buyer is gone, their money is gone with them, probably for good. How will eBay ever live out their wet dream of dethroning Amazon despite having a completely different and much more niche business model if all the buyers decide to go to Amazon? That's why eBay is pushing free shipping on its sellers, why it defaults everything to expedited, why it just magically turns on Best Offer and decides that you're fine with any offers of 80% of your list price or greater, and why there is absolutely no such thing as a "no-returns" sale on eBay.
     
    But for you to be banned as a buyer? That takes skill. Either:
    You have a long history of sellers complaining to eBay about you--feedback for buyers means shit-all, because sellers can only leave positive You're not being entirely honest about the content of your message, or you wrote something that's ambiguous enough that the language barrier made it seem like a credible threat of some sort You return an abnormally high percentage of your sales (no one knows the exact number, but it's thought to be north of 90%) You have a history of feedback extortion Your account has been hacked and engaged in shady af behavior. You have personally driven to eBay headquarters, hit the CEO with a baseball bat, run for the exit, humped the receptionist on your way out the door, then gotten into a clown car with an "eBay sucks" banner behind it and laughed like Woody Woodpecker repeatedly as you drove away. And even then, they might just give you a two-week suspension. Getting banned from eBay takes mad skillz, way above and beyond what you're describing here. If you want some honest help figuring out what happened and what, if anything, you can do about it, try being honest about what happened. I've never seen someone saying they "politely" contacted the seller having actually done so. 10 times out of 10, they were an absolute dick about it.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from TheFlyingSquirrel in Be careful when buying expensive things on eBay   
    eBay is not the same place that it was in 2012. These days, the seller gets bufu'd on everything. As a seller, I have PTSD from some of the shit I've put up with. As a buyer? Zero problems, zero headaches that weren't swiftly resolved in my favor by eBay.
     
    eBay is a different world now. All a buyer has to do is say, "It's not as shown," and they get a refund 100% of the time. No pictures necessary, no further description, they just win. And if the seller gets back a box full of snake turds, well, that seller had better take that box of snake turds down to the police station and fill out a report. If the seller calls eBay and says, "The buyer sent me back a box of snake turds instead of the Switch," their response will be, "Well how do you know the buyer did that? Who's to say that a postal worker didn't open the box and replace the contents? How do we know you didn't do it?"
     
    (yes, actual exchange I had with eBay once...but it wasn't snake turds in the box)
     
    This is such bullshit I don't even know where to start. If you buy a $500 PS5 and the seller is unable to ship it, you're going to piss and moan to eBay (and rightly so) and eBay is going to slap that seller with a defect which will raise their fee percentage and place limitations on their ability to sell, regardless of whether or not there was a good reason. I got a defect because a buyer wrote "return to sender" on a Q6600 while I was overseas. I had no messages from the buyer, nothing to indicate that it was coming back, no delivery notifications, just a bunch of angry messages from the buyer and eBay when I got back onto US soil. I had to spend hours and hours on the phone with eBay fighting to have the defect removed, explaining that the buyer never contacted me, there was no kind of tracking on the return, how could I possibly have known and acted upon it?
     
    I'm not going to call you a liar here, but I will say that every time I've seen someone say they "politely contacted the seller", it was either them being a dick or some kind of thinly veiled threat. I don't know if you did, but I do know that eBay doesn't like to ban buyers. And to the point others have made, yes, you should allow for a lot of extra time for packages coming ePacket from China. The postal system is screwed up everywhere right now.
     
    You can write pretty much anything you want here. I've pushed the limit many times, and I'm pretty sure I've never even had a mod message me to ask me to knock it the fuck off.
     
    So let me tell you why I personally do not believe you. eBay hates sellers. We're an inconvenience. We're necessary, but not really. There will always be people who want to sell their old stuff to pick up a few bucks. If I cause any buyers a headache, eBay will be more than happy to either chase me away with high fees or just dump me entirely. There are always more sellers. However, if a buyer is gone, their money is gone with them, probably for good. How will eBay ever live out their wet dream of dethroning Amazon despite having a completely different and much more niche business model if all the buyers decide to go to Amazon? That's why eBay is pushing free shipping on its sellers, why it defaults everything to expedited, why it just magically turns on Best Offer and decides that you're fine with any offers of 80% of your list price or greater, and why there is absolutely no such thing as a "no-returns" sale on eBay.
     
    But for you to be banned as a buyer? That takes skill. Either:
    You have a long history of sellers complaining to eBay about you--feedback for buyers means shit-all, because sellers can only leave positive You're not being entirely honest about the content of your message, or you wrote something that's ambiguous enough that the language barrier made it seem like a credible threat of some sort You return an abnormally high percentage of your sales (no one knows the exact number, but it's thought to be north of 90%) You have a history of feedback extortion Your account has been hacked and engaged in shady af behavior. You have personally driven to eBay headquarters, hit the CEO with a baseball bat, run for the exit, humped the receptionist on your way out the door, then gotten into a clown car with an "eBay sucks" banner behind it and laughed like Woody Woodpecker repeatedly as you drove away. And even then, they might just give you a two-week suspension. Getting banned from eBay takes mad skillz, way above and beyond what you're describing here. If you want some honest help figuring out what happened and what, if anything, you can do about it, try being honest about what happened. I've never seen someone saying they "politely" contacted the seller having actually done so. 10 times out of 10, they were an absolute dick about it.
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    aisle9 got a reaction from DaemonFighter in Stripped screw, don't know how to remove... :-(   
    I don't remember exactly what size I used, but that set has the same sizes as mine does, so you should be set. Just remember that the goal isn't to break the head off. It's to create enough of a divot in the shaft that the extractor head can grip it and bring it out.
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