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Actual_Criminal

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About Actual_Criminal

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    Digging beneath your local bank
  • Interests
    Illicit but not necessarily immoral activities
  • Biography
    www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten
  • Occupation
    Spontaneous entrepreneur

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  1. I thought this was 'Gungage' but apparently it is on Nintendo 64 and a different game. Anyone know what it is?
  2. I have just found out today that my old Xbox Microsoft account shows all my 'recently played' games and when i'm online etc. This is despite not owning an Xbox for many years and not even playing Microsoft games...just general Steam games or Battlenet games and will show the games as recently played etc. Is there a way to turn this monitoring off ?
  3. Na I can't because the aerial connection is in the section where those windows are and cba paying for cable installation or extensions with wires running everywhere since I only rent the property rather than own. + No room for it. The TV is quite big with the TV unit. Yeah I think a temporary board or divider behind the unit it might work, just might look a little weird.
  4. I have recently bought a new TV (Samsung 65 In UE65RU7300KXXU.) Which is an LED screen. The way my lounge is set-up, I live in a high-rise duplex with weird huge triangle shaped windows (so no curtains/blinds in this area) in the lounge and during the day, the sun blares directly through onto the BACK of the TV. (Always switched off.) The back of the TV does get very hot; we're talking so hot if you touched it you would move away your hand. I never use it in the daytime though and wouldn't switch it on in that scenario. Any cause for concern or not really?
  5. I have seen a few reviews recently of some Chinese games getting released by smaller companies on Steam and receiving negative reviewers for 'acting as a miner' or installing questionable software. Some examples from different games below: I don't want to name and shame the games, just in-case it isn't true + don't actually care too much about these specific games anyway. However... 1.) What are the chances that devs are really implementing 'mining' into games? 2.) What are the chances that devs are really implementing Spyware used for ill
  6. No, it's a separate one I bought from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08K2TLCD6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  7. I have a monitor that I have been using for about 6 months now and every so often, the screen starts flickering for a few minutes randomly (even when not under load). I swap the Display port cable from one port to another and fixes the issue but restarts after a few minutes again... only thing that fixes the issue is shutting down and restarting my PC. I'm not overclocking my GPU or anything like that. MONITOR: 34" ODYSSEY G5 LC34G55TWWUXEN, running at 165Hz at 3440x1440p GPU: RTX 3090 FE Display port 1.4 cables from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08K2TLCD6/ref=
  8. I remember having an issue playing one of the Forza Horizon games on it and apparently Afterburner was the problem.
  9. I have a RTX 3090 Founders Edition. I have been using MSI Afterburner just to monitor the temps and nothing more. (Not played around with the voltage or temperature stuff.) - Is it ok to use it with a non-MSI card? - Feel free to recommend other GPU monitoring and overclocking tools that may be better for my Founders Edition card.
  10. (NOTE: This thread is intended to be 100% informative. You may or may not agree/disagree with NFTs, their premise etc, but create your own thread for politics. This post is purely about the technology and for people to learn, including myself. I will request any posts not on topic to be removed; @Mods, you have free rein. I want to keep it clean.) --- I have been in the 'Crypto' world for the last 5 years or so. It seems like the new trend is NFT's. Basically images that are supposed to be 1 of 1 or very limited and then bought and sold among users. I have also heard they use
  11. I used to have an older Samsung Galaxy model where I could just screenshot holding the volume + power button. Since I got the Samsung Galaxy S20 last year, the way I have been screenshotting is sliding my palm across the screen...the majority of the time, this causes my hand to click random stuff on the screen. Anyone know if there is a default way?
  12. I access a lot of public computers (especially recently) like in libraries. When entering in my password to access my emails etc, is it a good idea to use the On-Screen keyboard to circumvent my details getting logged on a keylogger? - Or, will it more than likely get picked up anyway. I thought the OSK basically acts like a real keyboard, so I free like the keys would still be picked up.
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