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stateofpsychosis

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About stateofpsychosis

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    Veteran

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  • Location
    Home of protocase
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    computers

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  • CPU
    i7 9700k oc'd to 5.1
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Z390 taichi
  • RAM
    Corsair vengeance RGB pro 3200mhz oc’d to 3600mhz
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX 1080 oc 8gb gaming edition.
  • Case
    Enthoo pro M tempered glass
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo, Kingston SSD and 2TB Hard drive
  • PSU
    Corsair 760w ax760
  • Display(s)
    Oculus Rift
  • Cooling
    Fractal Design Celcius S36
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit

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  1. Name: Frankenstein. I for real gave life to this during a thunderstorm. Just finished soldering in a repurposed internal USB cable as a way to unplug the laptops from the light switches. .Two laptops rewired to turn on and off with light switches. .Dell XPS M170 with windows 2000/XP .Fujitsu Lifebook N4620 with win7. This is only its first form. Another laptop must be sacrificed to make this MS-DOS/Win95/Win98 compatible.
  2. If you’re trying to connect a physical floppy drive from the host, look under your USB devices instead which are separate from the floppy and CD menu.
  3. Since you don't already own an activated copy of windows, it doesn't matter. Just download windows 10 to a USB thumbdrive with the windows media creation tool and install windows 10 fresh. It's inadvisable to change motherboards and keep the same windows install. In order to keep your save games from your old system, backup these folders somewhere: .In c:\users\<yourname>\appdata (hidden folder) backup local, locallow, and roaming. .Backup everything that's not hidden in C:\users\<yourname> as well including the documents folder. Then when after
  4. Maybe try wiping out your old GPU driver with DDU and then downloading and installing the graphics card driver from scratch again. How to use DDU: https://windowsreport.com/display-driver-uninstaller-windows-10/ The last time I had lines across a screen (purple lines) it was because the display was dying for me though so that could be it.
  5. Try resetting everything in your bios to the defaults by clearing the CMOS. If there's no clear CMOS button or jumper on your motherboard, just shut down completely, remove the little watch battery from the motherboard, wait a minute or two, then resinsert it. If that doesn't work CAREFULLY update your bios for the motherboard. Make damn sure that it's the right bios for the right motherboard (some mobos have revision numbers on top of their part numbers for example). Don't make any mistakes with this and don't do it at a time that you think you could lose power because it can
  6. ntoskrnl.exe is related to your Nvidia graphics card driver. You're going to want to use DDU to wipe out the old driver completely and then reinstall the newest driver from the Nvidia site for it. https://windowsreport.com/display-driver-uninstaller-windows-10/
  7. Double, triple check that you're installing the correct drivers even the Nvidia one even though the installer would usually stop you from installing the wrong one. Even open up the system and confirm that it's the graphics card you think it is. Never know. Anyways, try to find more information on the specific blue screen. Try checking the reliability history (Hit start key, type reliability history), look for the time when the BSOD last occurred, expand any red or yellow warnings, and there may be more information there on the error. If not, check event viewer for the error. It may t
  8. It could be a bad hard drive like minibois said or windows could just be borked and you need to reinstall it. Try logging in with safe mode to see if it's a hardware issue or if something is just wrong with windows. If it starts fine into windows in safe mode, then it's most likely just something that got corrupted not a bad hard drive. If you can't get in windows far enough to get to safe mode the usual way, there are some other ways to get to safe mode listed here: https://www.digitalcitizen.life/4-ways-boot-safe-mode-windows-10
  9. Here's a link to a guide on how to get a GTA V mod working in VR without that awful warped screen effect the old mods had: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1120340-how-to-run-gta-v-in-vr-finally-worth-playing/ **IMPORTANT: I had to start voice attack AFTER I started GTA V or close and reopen it for all of the commands to work properly for some reason. Commands: .Say "Left" for left turns. .Say "Right" for right turns. .Say "Turn around" for a 180 degree turn. .Say "Third person snap turning" for it to work in 3rd person view. .Say "First person sna
  10. There is finally a GTA mod that's worth playing where the screen isn't warped looking because of vorpx. I also figured out how to increase the resolution (the tray tool doesn't work). EDIT: Most of the steps in this guide are no longer relevant since the last update to the mod. Just follow the steps Luke Ross gives in the link below. I'll leave my steps up just to keep the information up about how to mess around with the settings file. Might be useful to someone. Mod download link: https://github.com/LukeRoss00/gta5-real-mod Here are the steps I used to get
  11. Update: I've been looking into ways to do this all day now and I tried setting the DPI settings for the program to scale it higher from windows by: .Right clicking the shortcut for Vmware Wworkstation 15 Player. .Going to properties. .Selecting the compatibility tab. .Clicking on "Change high DPI settings". .Checking the box under "High DPI scaling override" .Changing the selection under the drop down box below from Application to System. This makes the Guest operating system match the scaling setting under your display settings in windows in the
  12. Hi, I use VMware player to run old operating systems to play old games sometimes and I always have to set my host operating system's resolution to something stupid like 800x600 in order to play anything since the default screen is so small, but this doesn't work if I want to watch videos or something in another window at the same time. Is there a way to stretch the guest window to 2x or 3x without changing the host operating system's resolution? I saw some stuff online about how you can do this, but it seems to only apply to VMware workstation pro which is like $250 and w
  13. It's been a long while since I had this issue so I can't remember what I did to solve it, sorry, but yea I eventually figured it out. I think I just reinstalled windows a few times until the problem went away. I can't say for sure though.
  14. I've heard nothing but bad things about that wireless adapter for VR headsets so I really don't see that as a viable option yet. Either way, I just think it'd be fun if someone tried this. It doesn't have to make more sense than another thing. It's just an interesting thing to test out.
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