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About dmegatool

  • Title
    Member Title Yo
  • Birthday Jan 01, 1983

Profile Information

  • Location
    Quebec City, Canada
  • Gender


  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87 G45
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Sniper 16GB 1866
  • GPU
    GTX760 MSI TF 2GB
  • Case
    Fractal XL R2
  • Storage
    2x 4TB, 1TB, 480GB Intel 730 SSD
  • PSU
    850w Corsair HX
  • Display(s)
    47" LG Tv
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Sound
    Some 5.1 Samsung Home Theater

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  1. Duh. I removed and reinserted and it show up. Wow...
  2. So I installed a nvme drive in the m2 slot of a Dell Latitude 3590. Drive was recognized in Windows, launched Clonezilla to clone drive to drive. The old drive failed halfway through and had to abort the copy. (hdd is dead). I removed the old drive and tried to just install windows but the nvme drive ain't recognized in the bios now. How do it fix that?
  3. People talk like Github is git itself. It ain't. I personally use Gitlab... If microsoft stop improvements or make bad decisions, people will just move away from it. I don't see them fuck it up anytime soon, they got no interest in that.
  4. Sweet. Now I want french Google Assistant support & french qwerty keyboard. Besides that, it's just a freaking sweet media box, I love mine.
  5. Hey ! I'm looking to replace my current backup software. I need differential backups and Cobian doesn't work for me. It's doing a full backup every night wich takes too long... Can't do incremental either as I need every files on multiple disk. The software will be running on a Windows server 2012. The total size is about 1.5TB and increase by maybe 500mb/1gb a week. Anyway, what do you guys are using ? Any suggestions ? I just need differential and the ability to run the backup as another user (impersonation). A nice bonus would be to backup from an FTP location (not TO) but
  6. When I thought 60$ was already a lot for a game. I'll continue to buy my games on a 2-3 year buffer... on sale.
  7. That's why I suggested to just put it to a 3rd party. If you encrypt it before uploading, that would be enough... At least for me.
  8. A power user browser that still haven't implemented sync 2+ years later even if it's the most requested feature. Like I'm gonna manually sync my bookmark, history and extension between 3 computers and my phone xD. Not gonna happen. Still waiting before giving Vivaldi a full tryout as my main. They should just use a 3rd party infrastructure for now and implement their own thing later. Like sync to your own Google Drive, Dropbox or whatever. Not the best but enough to attract people and gain market share.
  9. Ubuntu will ship with Gnome in 18.04. So this is still Unity...
  10. Cause G-Sync is better ! Seriously, I'm an Nvidia user and I wanted Freesync to be supported since it was announced. But as soon as they announce that they support both G and free, G-Sync is over. Manfacturer won't put the extra chip in the monitors just for fun...
  11. The easy fix would be override the text color in the css with !important... That would remove all user formatted colors in the post though.
  12. Calm down there and try it for yourself. I just gave Elementary OS a spin this week. I thought to myself "After all theses years, I'm sure Linux is better and you don't have to fuck around in the terminal". Within 10 minutes of using it, I had to dig into command lines. My bluetooth headphones had a 1 second delay making watching video impossible. After re-pairing them, they only worked with the shitty "phone profile". The trackpad of my macbook was working like shit. Had to install a 3rd party driver to ignore resting thumbs and support multitouch clicks... Again, took forever in the command
  13. More like compatibility in businesses and did you ever tried to memorize an IPv6 address ? Ex: 5800:10C3:E3C3:F1AA:48E3:D923:D494:AAFF... really ?
  14. Can they use services like LiquidSky ? ...which let you control a remote PC (It's for game streaming, like onLive or GeForce Now) . It's not technically a VPN. What a country to live in...