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Audio Editing FocaJeanGabriel 15/06/21(Sun)20:37 No. 21805 ID: 1efec7 [Reply]

Some guy who is good with audio editing software can help me with this Bill Cooper radio broadcast? http://hourofthetime.com/bcmp3B/1920.mp3 If u can improve quality a bit so i can hear what Bill is saying i will love you so muck, TY !

Anonymous 15/06/18(Thu)10:23 No. 21799 ID: 993cf2 [Reply]

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Laptop doesn't recognize WiFi.

So a couple screws came off from the back of my asus s400c and its the 2 closest ones to the right hinge (looking from normal front view). Laptop still recognized wifi at this point.

When I tried to close the laptop without the screws, the right part of the screen along with the hinge completely unattached itself from the bottom part of the laptop.

I found the screws later and screwed them back on, laptop opened fine, turn laptop on but it said "No networks found" which isnt true because my phone is picking up the wifi.

In short, laptop doesnt recognize any wifi after the right hinge became unattached.
What's the problem and how do I go about fixing it?

Anonymous 15/06/18(Thu)11:36 No. 21800 ID: 974c0c

Often the Wi-Fi antenna runs through the hinge and up around the display. It may have become severed, the only way to check is to open them up and look.

Anonymous 15/06/18(Thu)14:48 No. 21802 ID: 0b64ee

Yup, the antennas are normally in the display since it's usually held at or near vertical and won't be lying flat, which makes it easier to receive & send signals (partly why routers that lie flat and use integrated antennas are complete shit).

However the card is typically socketed onto the motherboard, which is under the keyboard. Some very thin cables run from the antennas in the display to the card. Simply opening & closing the lid enough will break the wires but it sounds like you either snipped them or unplugged them.

Only way to know what's going on at this point is to open it up and figure out where they are and what they look like.

Using third-party mouse with Mac Anonymous 15/06/04(Thu)12:15 No. 21791 ID: 51e5ad [Reply]

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I'm not sure if there are any Apple users here but long story short, I don't have an Apple mouse. I figured I could just buy one since a wired Logitech mouse worked before. However, I don't have that one anymore either. I decided to buy a wireless (NOT bluetooth) USB mouse. The specific brand name is blackweb. Never heard of it before but went with it, get home and find out my Mac Mini doesn't even recognize it. It shows the "unrecognized keyboard" settings when I plug it in.

If anyone here does happen to know anything about OS X and non-Apple mouses, I'm running Yosemite.

Basically. I just want my mouse to work but see no way to support non-Apple wireless mouses.

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Anonymous 15/06/07(Sun)04:42 No. 21795 ID: 1542bf

Yeah. I'm assuming it would work with a PC though, because it has a PC driver with it and not a driver for other platforms. I've had this issue before and didn't think about it when I was buying it at the time so that's what I get I guess. I just switched it out with a wired USB mouse that works.

Anonymous 15/06/09(Tue)07:44 No. 21796 ID: 58ab24

It won't work with a PC unless you install the driver, because it implements HID wrong. If it implemented HID correctly, you wouldn't need to install the driver for it to work. On either platform.

Anonymous 15/06/10(Wed)00:56 No. 21798 ID: 10d6c2

If you were really unlucky instead of a wireless dongle you could have been given one of these:

Anonymous 15/06/02(Tue)19:26 No. 21790 ID: 172961 [Reply]

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ReShade 0.18 and 0.12 (d3d9) don't seem to be working with Mass Effect 3. Specifically the HUD and menu are gone. Pic example of when I see when I open the menu. I used the toggle to turn reshade off, and the issue persists. It only stops when I delete the reshade d3d9.dll file but at that point reshade doesn't even initialize.

Anonymous 15/05/18(Mon)08:52 No. 21785 ID: 04dfea [Reply]

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Hey /halp/, big issue. I have no access to my other windows 7 PC, fuck me. My windows 8 had to be transferred to a new computer with a windows 7 OS, but I noticed a account that I originally deleted is back! (Fuck must be the backup image that kept it in the memory when windows 7 was rolled back, but 8 was total shit).

I happened to notice that I need accessibility to the administrator account in event of emergency, but I have a big issue...

I can't login or reset my password! I tried bootable USB, but I get a "Kernel Panic, not syncing" error. Attempting to kill init. Message if I use it, and I need software to get my account back in.

One other issue before this happened, this tech guy gave me this computer, and did a net user check on the administrator account, hence I'm new to command prompt and never use it as much unless it is necessary for some reason, but without admin access, I can't get to the recovery console because of this:

Account active No

In the recovery console, I see my main admin account (not the built in one), and the account I originally deleted but it returned (It says "User", not the original username it had)

With no access to either one of these three accounts, I can't get in my windows 7 laptop now.

Any guys here good enough to help someone new to this?
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Build advice Anonymous 15/05/08(Fri)06:59 No. 21772 ID: 137efe [Reply]

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First Build. Heavy 3D modeling, rendering, photo/video editing. Occasional gaming.

So far, am I a retard? And what video card should I get? Looking at them all and trying to understand the differences is overwhelming.

Here's what I have planned so far:

CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1231 V3 3.4GHz
Motherboard: Asus Z97-A ATX LGA1150
Memory: Samsung (1 x 32GB) DDR3-1866 Memory
Storage: Sandisk Extreme Pro 240GB 2.5 SSD
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (x2)
Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 980 4GB Twin Frozr
Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower
Power Supply: SeaSonic G 550W ATX
Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer
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Anonymous 15/05/12(Tue)04:39 No. 21777 ID: 137efe


Finally, a response! Much appreciated.

Thank you for the QVL. I didn't know such a thing existed. And thanks for everything else too. I'm sure I'll be back in this thread to update and get confirmation that I'm not an idiot before I finally pull the trigger.

Anonymous 15/05/12(Tue)05:10 No. 21778 ID: 137efe


As for your towers, I'd definitely go with the NZXT. It's a more clean, cohesive design without decorative junk added to make it look edgy, plus it's got more reviews and a better average score from them.

Anonymous 15/05/14(Thu)02:58 No. 21780 ID: 10d6c2

To be fair, there are only 9 reviews of the Thermaltake case, and most of the bad reviews are written by people who are complete morons.

For example, one guy freaked out because he screwed standoffs into the preinstalled standoffs and, for some strange reason, his motherboard no longer lined up with the backplate.

Anonymous 15/05/13(Wed)15:56 No. 21779 ID: 8af086 [Reply]

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I'm a total noob, so go easy on me.
I bought a Samsung GT-S7580 and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 and I want to root them. Is it ok to do it through kingo android root or is it not a good software to use? It looks simple and easy to do, I'm too scared of breaking anything to even consider things like Odin or whatever.
Also, I have to unroot my phone before doing a factory reset or it'll brick, right?

RAM Upgrade Anonymous 15/05/09(Sat)22:42 No. 21773 ID: f4bac3 [Reply]

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Need /halp/,

I've got an old PC from 2008, it chugs along nicely but obviously showing its age. I've been speaking to a techie friend of mine and he's suggested that since I don't game or anything putting a bit more RAM in it might be a better way to get some more life out of it rather than splashing out on a new PC. The only thing is I don't know where to start. He's picked out what I need and offered to upgrade it if I'm too scared but obviously I'd like to be able to figure it out myself. I've done some looking round and I've found what could be a great site to get my upgrade but I'm not sure I trust it, I'm always suspicious of 'free' stuff but at the same time I'm not one to look a gift horse in the mouth. Basically I don't know if I can trust them so I'm looking for a 2nd opinion preferably from someone who's used them http://www.downloadmoreram.com/ I'm tempted just to jump in though, even if I wreck the PC I know he'll loan me a spare laptop to tie myself over till I have a replacement.

Thanks for the help guys.

uso da, nano desu Rena-Chan 15/05/09(Sat)22:55 No. 21774 ID: a760a2

if you're trolling, lol.

if not,
im no doctor, but im fairly certain you do not "upgrade" or "download" more RAM.
you have to open up your computer and if it has open RAM ports, pop in some new RAM modules. you can get them from Newegg, Best Buy, any computer website or a few electronics places really. just google "ram module pc" and check it out for yourself. they usually come in 2, 4, 8, 16 GB sticks.
also, i dont think adding RAM will help your aging computer. Random Access Memory is, as is in the name, a type of memory for your computer to use.
i mean it'll improve performance in some areas i guess, if you're pushing it and it doesnt seem to be able to handle it....
but then you might want to go with a new processor, and then you'll keep thinking of ways to improve it and then you'll just end up with a new computer. well, same computer, different parts. is it the same computer? who knows.

the point is, that website is a joke/fake and you're beggin' for a virus. go to Newegg, look up "ram module" buy one, stick it in your computer.
now you have more ram.
it wont make your computer all that much better. i mean it will, but.. potentially.

Anonymous 15/04/25(Sat)03:33 No. 21754 ID: f30433 [Reply]

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Is there a good text editor with windows side by side like this? It would be best if text formatting and saving as doc/docx was available.

Anonymous 15/04/10(Fri)16:20 No. 21720 ID: 3f80a4 [Reply]

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So Firefox decided to act up and not show images after a certain length and/or data intensity of a session.

How do I fix it without clearing caches and risking ruining login data? Please /halp/.

Anonymous 15/04/10(Fri)21:25 No. 21721 ID: 227129

>How do I fix it without clearing caches and risking ruining login data? Please /halp/.
Clearing your cache does not clear login data.
Preferences->Advanced->Network->Cached Web Content Clear now!

Might I also suggest going to your privacy settings and enabling this automatically. Leave the 'saved passwords' option alone though.

Anonymous 15/04/11(Sat)02:15 No. 21722 ID: f9cbd1

Thanks! :3

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