1. Post #1921
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    Giraffen93's Avatar
    December 2006
    20,944 Posts
    non-grounded sockets are garbage
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  2. Post #1922
    Guru mediation error
    Dennab
    July 2012
    10,544 Posts
    So that T61p is apparently quite Hackintosh friendly...
    This is gonna be comfy.

    Edited:

    Shame I'll have to take out another mortgage to pay for 8Gb of DDR2.
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  3. Post #1923
    Lewd Member
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    February 2012
    1,461 Posts
    So that T61p is apparently quite Hackintosh friendly...
    This is gonna be comfy.
    Last time I tried installing hackintosh on my T61p it started beeping at me at full volume with no warning or way to disable it, except for turning the machine off. That was a while ago though
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  4. Post #1924
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    TrafficMan's Avatar
    August 2008
    8,679 Posts
    Someone got onto my old roblox account and changed the email to their own

    Roblox sent me an email notifying me of the change (and to which email address it was changed), and gave me a link to click on if I was not the one who changed the email to reset my password

    I hope whoever that was enjoys receiving copious amounts of newsletters and spam, cause I'm gonna leave MailBait running overnight on their email
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  5. Post #1925
    Apple extraordinaire~ ♥
    Reagy's Avatar
    November 2005
    22,939 Posts


    According to Defraggler my 160GB HDD has faster write speed than my SSD.
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  6. Post #1926
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    Kiwi's Avatar
    September 2011
    26,362 Posts


    According to Defraggler my 160GB HDD has faster write speed than my SSD.
    THAT XP DRIVE...
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  7. Post #1927
    Apple extraordinaire~ ♥
    Reagy's Avatar
    November 2005
    22,939 Posts

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  8. Post #1928
    Resident Raccoon
    kaze4159's Avatar
    January 2008
    10,249 Posts
    It's taking windchill into account, your case must have a turbine on it
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  9. Post #1929
    Twitter is down for me. I might as well killmyself.
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  10. Post #1930
    Resident Raccoon
    kaze4159's Avatar
    January 2008
    10,249 Posts
    Twitter is down for me. I might as well killmyself.
    Someone else just mentioned it too, so it's not just you
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  11. Post #1931
    Giving Away Games
    WastedJamacan's Avatar
    December 2009
    3,935 Posts
    twitter threw an error at me, I just closed the tab and clicked the link again and it worked fine.
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  12. Post #1932
    RISC MASTER RACE.
    Dennab
    August 2010
    7,138 Posts
    Twitter is down for me. I might as well killmyself.
    Make a retrocomp vid and mock LGR.
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  13. Post #1933
    No title or gold masterrace, whoops.
    Teddybeer's Avatar
    July 2012
    9,247 Posts
    Twitter is down for me. I might as well killmyself.
    Just wait till you have bugged Lenovo to give me free shit!
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  14. Post #1934
    Giving Away Games
    WastedJamacan's Avatar
    December 2009
    3,935 Posts
    I think they are mounted the right way.

    Denmark looks just so happy to be a socket.
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  15. Post #1935
    Accidentally saw an episode of 'CSI- Cyber', an IP address had a 349 in it , no wonder it's so hard to teach old people how to use the internet, these shows give people these idiotic concepts of technology.
    There are much bigger offenders of schlock in those shots than an octet being over 8bits.
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  16. Post #1936
    Gold Member
    helifreak's Avatar
    May 2011
    7,221 Posts
    Twitter is down for me. I might as well killmyself.
    My stream of cat pictures, words I don't understand, and British humour is unaffected.
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  17. Post #1937
    Captain Armed Dildo, Master of Ratings
    cpt.armadillo's Avatar
    February 2011
    5,526 Posts
    I've found that scheduling the built in defragmenter to run weekly works well at keeping my disk clean.
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  18. Post #1938
    My favorite NSA triggers are small pox cyber terror brown out
    Birdman101's Avatar
    November 2009
    9,875 Posts
    SoIm still new to having an ssd. If its badly fragmented and you dont dafrag it, what do you do?
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  19. Post #1939
    Guru mediation error
    Dennab
    July 2012
    10,544 Posts
    SoIm still new to having an ssd. If its badly fragmented and you dont dafrag it, what do you do?
    The seek times on a SSD are non-existent so you leave it how it is.
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  20. Post #1940
    SoIm still new to having an ssd. If its badly fragmented and you dont dafrag it, what do you do?
    You don't defrag it. It only matters on an hdd because the read head has to wait for the disc to rotate to seek to a new position basically. An ssd is effectively always within arms reach of all data in the drive.
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  21. Post #1941
    Apple extraordinaire~ ♥
    Reagy's Avatar
    November 2005
    22,939 Posts
    Don't ever defrag an SSD.
    This kills the drive.

    At least puts pointless artificial wear on it, SSDs in the way they are designed have near instant access to files even if they are at the arse end of nowhere, while on a HDD it has to wait for the drive to physically get to the location, its like comparing an electrical signal to you picking up a folder, ones instant, the other takes time, closer it is however, less time it takes to pickup said folder.
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  22. Post #1942
    Gold Member
    TrafficMan's Avatar
    August 2008
    8,679 Posts
    I've found that scheduling the built in defragmenter to run weekly works well at keeping my disk clean.
    I went and checked because I was hoping I'd have some crazy amount of fragmentation, but because of scheduled ones both my disks were at 0%
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  23. Post #1943
    Giving Away Games
    WastedJamacan's Avatar
    December 2009
    3,935 Posts
    Whoops.

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  24. Post #1944
    Something loli Please no dont post pussy toxxes, go hard or go home gays promise ahahahahaahah dick tape balls trump
    Kiwi's Avatar
    September 2011
    26,362 Posts
    Winner Winner Fragging Dinner.
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  25. Post #1945
    My crashplan local drive had like 75% fragmentation but I use auslogics
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  26. Post #1946
    Giving Away Games
    WastedJamacan's Avatar
    December 2009
    3,935 Posts
    i used to use fraps to record gameplay, so i bet the vast majority of those files are 4GB .avi files that got split up by older 4GB .avi files (and so on and so forth)
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  27. Post #1947
    My favorite NSA triggers are small pox cyber terror brown out
    Birdman101's Avatar
    November 2009
    9,875 Posts
    The seek times on a SSD are non-existent so you leave it how it is.

    You don't defrag it. It only matters on an hdd because the read head has to wait for the disc to rotate to seek to a new position basically. An ssd is effectively always within arms reach of all data in the drive.
    Ah, neat. Thanks guys.


    AND THE WINNER OF THE FRAGMENTED DONG WAVING CONTEST GOES TOOOOO

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  28. Post #1948
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    May 2011
    7,221 Posts
    So this is a thing you can get apparently.

    Wallpapers have never been more on the wall.

    You can now stack your images to your hearts content!

    And you can do this, I guess?

    Google paid money for this company. I don't really know why.
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  29. Post #1949
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    tratzzz's Avatar
    March 2010
    7,442 Posts
    So this is a thing you can get apparently.

    Wallpapers have never been more on the wall.

    You can now stack your images to your hearts content!

    And you can do this, I guess?

    Google paid money for this company. I don't really know why.
    Sounds great on a desk-tablet-thing like the Microsoft Surface. Interactive and shit. Or maybe just for fun, no idea.
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  30. Post #1950
    Glorious GNU/Linux Master Race
    kaukassus's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,475 Posts
    Oh boy, Bumptop. I remember using that back in 2010.
    I thought it was cool as shit.
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  31. Post #1951
    known terrorist
    PollytheParrot's Avatar
    April 2011
    8,749 Posts
    Obviously the camera lens is made out of nanomaterials for that incredible focal range

    Edited:

    Also shush, that's one of my favourite films.
    one of mine too but that still doesn't change it
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  32. Post #1952
    Gold Member
    Chryseus's Avatar
    February 2009
    3,404 Posts
    I think Skype may have been hacked, I got this in my email about 5 hours ago:


    The website seems to be using an invalid SSL certificate with the error sec_error_unknown_issuer.
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  33. Post #1953
    Glorious GNU/Linux Master Race
    kaukassus's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,475 Posts
    I think Skype may have been hacked, I got this in my email about 5 hours ago:


    The website seems to be using an invalid SSL certificate with the error sec_error_unknown_issuer.
    scam.
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  34. Post #1954
    known terrorist
    PollytheParrot's Avatar
    April 2011
    8,749 Posts
    that's phishing but skype is also crazy insecure
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  35. Post #1955
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    Chryseus's Avatar
    February 2009
    3,404 Posts
    The email maybe, but what about the SSL cert ?
    The reset link does go to the official website.
    Specifically api.skype.com

    The email was sent through smtpi.msn.com so I don't think it's genuine.
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  36. Post #1956
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    Kiwi's Avatar
    September 2011
    26,362 Posts
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  37. Post #1957
    Glorious GNU/Linux Master Race
    kaukassus's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,475 Posts
    FROM Address is in no way a good indicator on where it actually came from.

    I occasionally get E-Mails from my own e-mail address with Sex offers.
    And no, my Account is not compromised, and no I don't write sex offers to myself.

    Edit:

    The email maybe, but what about the SSL cert ?
    The reset link does go to the official website.
    If the SSL throws errors on a high profile website, then don't even touch it with a 10 foot pole.


    That it IIRC means is that the SSL was signed with a CA that your browser does not accept as trusted.
    Can you send the Domain Name to check?


    (Not the Full URL, just the example.website.com Name)

    Edit 2:

    "smtpi.msn.com" in google throws this:

    https://dottech.org/81442/fake-micro...re-be-careful/
    https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Bl...l+phish/14020/
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  38. Post #1958
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    February 2009
    3,404 Posts
    FROM Address is in no way a good indicator on where it actually came from.

    I occasionally get E-Mails from my own e-mail address with Sex offers.
    And no, my Account is not compromised, and no I don't write sex offers to myself.

    Edit:



    If the SSL throws errors on a high profile website, then don't even touch it with a 10 foot pole.


    That it IIRC means is that the SSL was signed with a CA that your browser does not accept as trusted.
    Can you send the Domain Name to check?


    (Not the Full URL, just the example.website.com Name)
    The email goes to api.skype.com but skype.com is also giving the error.
    I'm pretty sure the email is a fake.

    The website is now loading with a valid ssl certificate.
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  39. Post #1959
    I will huff and puff and FLIP YOUR FUCKING TABLES
    Lyokanthrope's Avatar
    October 2005
    10,007 Posts
    It's ALIIIIIIVE!
    (I'm waiting on a new back cover so it's kind of a bodge)
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  40. Post #1960
    Glorious GNU/Linux Master Race
    kaukassus's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,475 Posts
    The email goes to api.skype.com but skype.com is also giving the error.
    I'm pretty sure the email is a fake.

    The website is now loading with a valid ssl certificate.
    1. Ignore E-Mail.
    2. Change Skype Password. Ignore the Link in the E-Mail and do it trough the Skype Website (https://login.skype.com/recovery).

    Just to be sure. It may be nothing and the email could be legit, but that does not matter.

    api.skype.com and skype.com show valid Certs for me, however you may be getting a different certificate due to being redirected to a regional server.
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