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  1. I always forget to list something that I have tried. Yes I have tried that
  2. I made a video for easier explanation. VIDEO ISSUE: Steam Big Picture does not work for my account. it appears to be an isolated issue. SPECS: Windows 10 Pro, upgraded from Windows 7 64-bit. Intel Core i7 3770k (3.5Ghz Quad Core) 32GB DDR 3 Ram Nvidia Geforce GTX 680 2GB OS and Steam installed on Intel 520 series SSD 240GB (120GB free space) Steam fresh installed 100 Games Installed STEPS Start Big Picure mode EXPECTED Big Picture should work I have tried: Restart the computer Reinstall Steam Opt into Steam Beta On another computer With alt. account Waiting over an hour Unplug every
  3. Been playing around with the Xbox App for Windows 10 for awhile. I am intrigued by the Game-DVR feature but so far you can only upload clips that are on the App store and have native support. For example "Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta" and "Microsoft Solitaire Collection" works, as well as record Xbox One games being streamed over. What I want to do is record non-native games and upload the clips, specifically games that Were Microsoft published (via Games for Windows Marketplace for example), like "Halo 2 for Windows Vista". It's no surprise Microsoft does not care by their old PC re
  4. This got to be a common issue, and I am sorry if there's a billion posts about it already. Tried searching "buzzing noise" and "coil whine", the later obv only gave a bunch of graphic card related issues. I might even have posted this before. I looked for help a several months ago and found out that a "Ground Loop Isolator" would be one of the things to solve the issue. IT did reduce the buzzing with about 50%, which was good enough at the time. I now want this buzzing to disappear for good, and I had a customer yesterday that talked about something you could plug into the wall power jack
  5. I have enjoyed Watch Dogs pretty much actually. I have been streaming it via In-Home Streaming on Steam, with a bit of a lag and a massive audio bug. Yet that have not stopped me from playing, and actually having a good time, with a controller too! Too bad my GTX 680 can't handle them ultra settings So far I have been impressed by: 1. Hiding from the cops mechanic 2. Intelligent Cops and thungs following me 3. The online hacking mechanic Not impressed by: 1. Frustrating being chased by the cops 2. Driving mechanic is worse than GTA IV 3. No police on the water (easy escap
  6. Thanks, this reduced the noise significantly! Found one at the local electronic store for 20 bucks!
  7. I connect to them via bluetooth as well as 3,5mm cable, no static whatsoever
  8. So, I have had this sound card for about 9 months or so, and I seem to have encountered a few problems. First it was the small 4-pin molex connector that would refuse to connect with the card, the official Asus as well as the UNi drivers wouldn't work for months thanks to that. Even without the 4-pin, the audio card still worked, I eventually ended up forcing a cable-tie on there to hold it in place. Nevermind, this should be solved now. I recently got a pair of new speakers, 40W each in stereo, and now I can hear a CLEAR static noise that is driving me NUTS. My old Creative Gigaworks T20
  9. Good we are on the same page Yes, If you are over 20 years old and you still do not pay for games - Then please start doing so. I was without a job for 6 months, and yet still managed to maintain my gamer "affliction". Being over 20 and still pirating is bad, IMO pirating is for you to feel the deal. Kind of like porn: Eventually you will grow away from it (hopefully).
  10. If I never were an 'entitled thief' I would never have bought the games I have today, not all pirates stay pirates forever. In some cases pirating does not have to be bad. Like with me: pirating games made my hobby flourish in a time where any other hobby could've come into the picture and replaced it, if it weren't for the easy, cheap way of maintaining it.
  11. Norrköping. Not sure about the average rent, but ours are 9000:-/month, 4 rooms, 1 bathroom and 1 toilet. Bredbandsbolaget has "Bredband 250 plusfart" for 499:-/month. Yes, this will get bad, and we will all hate each other. I have already overlooked this way too much.
  12. If it werent for the warm confortable arms of piratebay when I grew up - I would NOT be the gamer I am today. In the age 10-16 I could not afford to buy games so I downloaded games like a maniac. I think I filled a 500GB HDD with ISOs, cracks and keygens. Now, as soon as money started raining in I completely changed. From 18 years old and onwards, I have not downloaded a single game (unless the copy I legit purchased didn't work). I have in 4 years manage to repay what I stole by x4. The gaming market has profited from my 6 years as a pirate, and I am thankful for being able to pay legit tod
  13. Well, 20 devices was a stretch. 10 devices tops. I am a bit worried about the router now though, some say it's the best to get, that the Asus ones have had "issues" etc. I guess I will see (I already bought it, see). Well, I am seeing myself streaming stuff, having a server and a home cloud. Seeing as 10 Mbit/s up and 100 Mbit/s up were the only options, I went for the 100 one. Thanks. Roger that, switch for LAN's We are paying ~60€ for 250 down and 100 up.