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#795 ESEA Season 29 Open Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion
ScrewballGEE FUCKING GEE Blue Elephant

GG :)

posted 9 months ago
#2 Huds dont work in Customization

check the info.vdf file in the root of your hud folder, it needs to be set to ui_version 3

posted 10 months ago
#4 fighting games? in Other Games

i play tekken 7 right now

used to play guilty gear but it's frustrating having to rely on discord for consistent matches, and there's no locals for it anywhere near me

posted 11 months ago
#2 uwui in Customization

dude nice

posted about a year ago
#3 Linux 4:3 black bars in Q/A Help

https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=204531

try the commands in the last post (run xrandr and replace DFP-0 with your output)

nvidia-settings --assign CurrentMetaMode="DFP-0: 1024x768 { ViewPortIn=1024x768, ViewPortOut=804x768+110+0 }"

if you need to figure out other resolutions it's documented here

http://download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86/302.07/README/configtwinview.html

posted about a year ago
#35 smash summit 6 in e-Sports

armada getting annoyed at M2K's button checks was the funniest thing

posted about a year ago
#2 External HDD mount in Hardware

Yes it will ask you which drive to install on and the other will be unaffected just make sure you select the right one.

If you're planning to actually run Windows off a USB mounted drive you're going to be bottle-necking the write speed compared to a SATA connection.

posted about a year ago
#5 Crunchyroll Anime Awards Liveshow in World Events

https://clips.twitch.tv/CredulousOutstandingCobblerFreakinStinkin

posted about a year ago
#8 The Beetles in The Dumpster
hoolihttp://i.imgur.com/RieR0uh.gifv

Rhino beetles are very cool looking. In my mind there are only rhino beetles and boring non rhingo beetles. Also their life cycle is lit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2hqRv7Nqlk

don't watch if you're eating

also it looks like a caterpie evolving

posted about a year ago
#47 private music trackers in Music, Movies, TV
the301stspartanlumieresi'd recommend starting on something else like notwhat or a general private tracker, build your ratio and then get into apollo/red through user class forums etc. it's kind of a slow process but if you're not willing to wait then you're probably just going to get banned from private trackers anyway. this way you'll at least understand how ratio building works, whether or not you want to invest in a seedbox, etc.

and finally to those saying they don't understand the point of private trackers it's kind of something you have to experience to see the value. rather than searching through tons of sketchy ass public sites you have everything you could want, well seeded, full FLACs and vinyl rips, etc. if all you download is 128/320kbps albums then yeah it's probably not worth your time, but for anyone who listens to a lot of music it's kind of like valhalla.

But if you have money for audiophile gear to enjoy your 24bit 96000hz vinyl rips and money for a seedbox, you also have money for direct download premiums/ usenet accounts or actually just buying your music, and all of those seem much less laborious to my uninformed self than getting into high level torrenting?

if you pay for a seedbox for $30/month and use it for say 3 months, you can build enough buffer on multiple trackers that you never have to pay for a netflix/spotify/physical media ever again in your life

and if you pay say 30 bucks to fill 100gb of requests on apollo, you can use that to download 200 flac albums. which is a shit ton of money if you're doing it legit.

and these are just optional, you can use the sites without spending a dollar it just takes more time.

i can see your point, it's just in my opinion a few months of very mild labour to build a lifetime of ratio is worth it. especially if you're like me and enjoy the technical aspect of it, like setting up VPS's, audio encodes, etc. to each their own though, i'm not some private tracker missionary :)

posted about 2 years ago
#42 private music trackers in Music, Movies, TV

the problem with apollo and RED is unless you have a seedbox or willing to drop some money on requests, it's next to impossible to build a good buffer now.

just downloading music you like and then seeding it isn't really going to work, you have to wait for freeleeches and even then without a seedbox you're probably not going to get much out of them, and they're rare at this point on apollo and RED even doesn't have any last time i checked.

i'd recommend starting on something else like notwhat or a general private tracker, build your ratio and then get into apollo/red through user class forums etc. it's kind of a slow process but if you're not willing to wait then you're probably just going to get banned from private trackers anyway. this way you'll at least understand how ratio building works, whether or not you want to invest in a seedbox, etc.

and finally to those saying they don't understand the point of private trackers it's kind of something you have to experience to see the value. rather than searching through tons of sketchy ass public sites you have everything you could want, well seeded, full FLACs and vinyl rips, etc. if all you download is 128/320kbps albums then yeah it's probably not worth your time, but for anyone who listens to a lot of music it's kind of like valhalla.

posted about 2 years ago
#6 'your windows license will expire soon'. in Q/A Help

There's tools to view the key, google belarc advisor. You run it and it will tell you the keys that are present.

However it's starting to sound like you reinstalled but just didn't put the key back in? In which case just find your key at home, then use the slmgr command in the link to apply the valid key.

posted about 2 years ago
#4 'your windows license will expire soon'. in Q/A Help

it's supposed to extend the windows activation, probably not a permanent solution but it should at least stop the pop while you figure out the issue.

How did you get the computer? If it's a laptop or you bought a PC somewhere, from what i'm reading it sounds like they might have used a KMS to install windows as opposed to a key without an expiry date. If you built the PC yourself I would just try to force the activation again.

I suggest reading this and using the commands to check when it will next expire, and how to force a reactivation using the key you have.

https://www.howtogeek.com/245445/how-to-use-slmgr-to-change-remove-or-extend-your-windows-license/

posted about 2 years ago
#2 'your windows license will expire soon'. in Q/A Help
AdebisiNot strictly TF2 related, but hopefully someone can help.

This keeps popping up when I start my PC, but there is no reason it should expire.
Any idea what's going on?

I tried a fix video but I didn't have a local group policy option wheni searched for it

what version of windows, if youre on windows 10 home it doesn't have the group policy manager

have you tried this;

win key + X
click cmd prompt (admin)
alternatively just search cmd right click it and run as admin
in the cmd window type slmgr -rearm
reboot then go to the settings page where your windows key is and see if it still has a warning

posted about 2 years ago
#3 Steam Account locked by owner in Off Topic
highperAlso could this be relevant to the Cloudflare leak?

If you used the same password on all 3 of those services then possibly. Also do you not have 2FA on steam?

If you use the same password everywhere and 2FA nowhere then you are just begging for this to happen honestly. I don't think there's anything you can do besides wait for steam support, at least you were able to update all your passwords.

posted about 2 years ago
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