Electronic Alien Beings Infiltrated my Surround Sound 7.1 SpeakerSet ?!?!?!


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SteveH

Skybuck said:
Take note and learn from them !

Make better hardware.

Test under crazy circumstances ;)

Take notice of anything strange that happens.

This is definetly strange.

Bye,
Skybuck.

No, YOU are definitely strange
 
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Skybuck Flying

Hertz_Donut said:
It's what happens when you try to steal something. You were trying to
circumvent a time limit on a piece of software by changing the date.
Next time, don't try to be clever....you are not up to the challenge.

Actually now I remember what I was testing back then.

I was testing if the microsoft windows activation crack was working LOL.

AND IT ISSSSSS WORKING

VERY NICELY TOO LOL.

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
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Skybuck Flying

Bad marvel miniport driver 8.27 caused system crash.

Driver removed and replaced with old default driver.

Internet access switched to other ethernet port just in case.

All ports successfully tested with UDP Speed Test 2 which also showed flaw
in 8.27 driver.

Hopefully this message finally arrives gjez.

New udp speed test software soon available on
http://www.myjavaserver.com/~skybuck

Stay tuned.

Bye,
skybuck.
 
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class_a

Skybuck said:
Actually now I remember what I was testing back then.

I was testing if the microsoft windows activation crack was working LOL.

AND IT ISSSSSS WORKING

VERY NICELY TOO LOL.

A self confessed SOFTWARE PIRATE!!!
 
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class_a

ChairmanOfTheBored said:
There is only ONE type of confession, idiot. You don't need to qualify
it.

So, in a court of law, you'd accept an open confession and a forced
confession (under torture?) as being equally acceptable? Idiot!
 
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ChairmanOfTheBored

So, in a court of law, you'd accept an open confession and a forced
confession (under torture?) as being equally acceptable? Idiot!


You missed the point entirely. Both of the above are "self confessed".
There is no other type. No qualification is needed.

Even a "forced" confession is STILL a confession from the "self".

Getteth thy selfeth a clueeth.
 
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MooseFET

I like to think of it as "fair use" :)

Failure = Partial success
Bullet = Gift of lead at high speed
Theft = Long term borrowing
Extortion = Motivation for donation
Torture = Enhanced Interogation
Speeding = Too low of speed limit
 
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MooseFET

Hello,

Today it occured to me the new AN832-SLI motherboard might be showing the
same symptoms as the previous same kind of motherboard that died.

Today I kept my computer running without the internet connected and it ran
just fine.

Is the disk light on when it slows down?

What OS are you running and how long ago did you do the install?

Did you put in the patches?

I can remember that with the old motherboard it showed the same symptoms...
after plugging in the internet it would freeze.

How long after?
instant
1 second
1 minute
I am not 100% sure the same symptons are now being displayed... but it's
starting to seem like it.

I have now connected the internet again to post this message.

Later I will disconnect it to work on some offline website and later today I
will go online again to see what happens.

Another explanation might be a denial of service attack.

It could also be a bad setting or you just hit the point where things
won't fit in real memory.
 
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TheKraken

Failure = Partial success
Bullet = Gift of lead at high speed
Theft = Long term borrowing
Extortion = Motivation for donation
Torture = Enhanced Interogation
Speeding = Too low of speed limit

I like it!
 
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Michael A. Terrell

Herbert said:
We like to think of you as "Total Retard".


He has a long way to go to catch up with you, dimbulb.


--
Service to my country? Been there, Done that, and I've got my DD214 to
prove it.
Member of DAV #85.

Michael A. Terrell
Central Florida
 
K

krw


Sure, bit nothing new there. He's a 14yo kid with parents with far
more money for toys than time to raise him.

BTW, interesting last name. Is it real? The two 's' version is
rather rare isn't it?
 
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Chris Thomasson

krw said:
Sure, bit nothing new there. He's a 14yo kid with parents with far
more money for toys than time to raise him.

Well, IMHO, his parents probably are very good people. I don't like
thief's... I am not totally sure Skybuck is one. However, his justification
for trying to overcome a software based mechanism for informing licensing
agreements is troublesome. I was interested in his reaction to be called da
thief directly...


BTW, interesting last name. Is it real?

It sure is! :^)

The two 's' version is rather rare isn't it?

Indeed, I believe it is; I have heard that multiple times throughout my
life.
 
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Chris Thomasson

[...]
However, his justification for trying to overcome a software based
mechanism for informing
^^^^^^^^^^^

Informing should read as: 'enforcing'

licensing agreements is troublesome. I was interested in his reaction to
be called da thief directly...
[...]
 
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krw

Well, IMHO, his parents probably are very good people. I don't like
thief's... I am not totally sure Skybuck is one. However, his justification
for trying to overcome a software based mechanism for informing licensing
agreements is troublesome. I was interested in his reaction to be called da
thief directly...

If they were "good people" they'd be watching their offspring with a
hawk's eye. They obviously aren't. I don't like thieves either.
They've proven they're not to be trusted.
It sure is! :^)



Indeed, I believe it is; I have heard that multiple times throughout my
life.

My interest was peaked because my wife was a double-s Thomasson too,
though the last of the line. One doesn't see that spelling often.
Well, I guess you do. ;-)
 
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SteveH

krw said:
If they were "good people" they'd be watching their offspring with a
hawk's eye. They obviously aren't. I don't like thieves either.
They've proven they're not to be trusted.


My interest was peaked because my wife was a double-s Thomasson too,
though the last of the line. One doesn't see that spelling often.
Well, I guess you do. ;-)

One doesn't see that spelling of 'piqued' very often either (much).
;-)
 

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