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  1. What browser are you using? I had a similar problem on tinychat while using chrome. I think that Chrome doesn't have full flash support so it can get a little buggy on webcams. If you aren't using chrome, then just switch to opera, see if it works, if that doesn't work use IE if you really have to.
  2. Show me the exact passage in the Bible where it says that being homosexual is bad. Yeah, there isn't one, that lie was created by the catholic church to make people hate people who are different.
  3. okay guys, I'm working for my quest cape. this topic is so you guys can tell me quests located in a certain area so i can finish large amounts of quests at one time. First off: Lumbridge Free quests are excluded. Red = Current area Green = Completed areas Original Map = not completed and not current Thanks! :thumbsup:
  4. had to white out swearing and things most people here wouldn't understand Basically, the Government wants to pass a bill to stop any sort of freeware, or anything that is made by someone else that you don't buy. They are claiming that it is to stop piracy, which it is, but they are going to far. So, let me talk about things that you would have to pay for or it would be illegal to download. Opera Chrome (possibly) Firefox almost all distros of Linux Megaupload.com would be illegal if there is a free version. I, for one, will not standby while the government outlaws freeware "just in case."
  5. Your power supply isn't 80 plus certified, so it would be the best idea to get it, even though it has a lifetime warranty. 80 plus certified basically mean that you won't be able to get as much out of it, almost like you're buying a lower wattage supply, but only slightly lower.
  6. I haven't had it crash once, maybe it's just your computer?
  7. sorry if i offend anyone. buying an over-sized IPhone with less features any time soon?
  8. Unicorns are real, so a talking moons, and mizards, and elves! No but seriously, nothing is real until we can prove it with solid evidence, sure there COULD be unicorns somewhere out in space on another planet, but we don't know that. Plus the likability of that is like under a percent, waaaaaaaaaaaay under a percent.
  9. Did you go in and check to see if it is dusty? theres many things that can cause it to squeal, like if it isn't put on tight enough, or too loosely.
  10. Not at all, building your own works out to be way less, really. Look at barebone kits from tigerdirect or newegg, they aren't that much. I'll give you an example, a sony Vaio L series desktop cost $1999.99 or 2k dollars, now look at these parts you buy for a stronger computer: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2782533&CatId=1909 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5659779&CatId=2459 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4111742&CatId=2306 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5471997&CatId=89 the custom PC costs $504.96, proving you wrong, the only thing it doesn't have that the Vaio does is 2 more GB or RAM and an OS, but OS is around $100 and RAM is around $50, so you see, custom PCs are over 9000 times better than bought ones that are built for you. EDIT: also OP try not to use the suggestion i used above, that was just something i threw together quick, and it might not have enough power to support all this. No, you can't even begin to make the comparison. 1. The L series is an all-in-one, which you cannot compare to towers+displays accurately. 2. I originally wrote that you were missing the CPU/MoBo, but then I saw it was bundled with the case. In any case, a Pentium 4 (which was ousted from the market years ago) is no comparison to an Intel Core 2 Quad @ 2.66 Ghz. 3. It's "bundled" with a display, which can cost 200+ (more if it's VA/IPS). Even then it's a multitouch screen. 4. You gave it a DVD/CD player when the Vaio has Blu-ray. 5. The GPU you listed is inferior to the Vaio's, depending on which model you look at. Go look at a standard model Dell or HP; you'll see that the difference is much less-sub $100. Blu-ray? on a computer? what a waste, in less of course it can also read normal CDs as well, but i don't think they can do they yet can they?
  11. Not at all, building your own works out to be way less, really. Look at barebone kits from tigerdirect or newegg, they aren't that much. I'll give you an example, a sony Vaio L series desktop cost $1999.99 or 2k dollars, now look at these parts you buy for a stronger computer: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2782533&CatId=1909 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5659779&CatId=2459 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4111742&CatId=2306 http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5471997&CatId=89 the custom PC costs $504.96, proving you wrong, the only thing it doesn't have that the Vaio does is 2 more GB or RAM and an OS, but OS is around $100 and RAM is around $50, so you see, custom PCs are over 9000 times better than bought ones that are built for you. EDIT: also OP try not to use the suggestion i used above, that was just something i threw together quick, and it might not have enough power to support all this.
  12. okay, but what brand hard drive should i get? Also any one with a good recommendation for RAM?
  13. hello fellow tipiters (that how you spell that?) i am planning on upgrading to window 7 64-bit but i'd like to not have to erase all my data, because i have 34-bit so i need to do a clean install, so i'm looking for a new hard drive. And i figured that, while i'm at it i might as well get some new memory (AKA RAM) while i'm at it because mines a bit slow on the transaction. I haven't ever gotten a new hard drive or memory before, so i thought i'd ask you guys incase you know any real good deals on good quality memory or hard drive for less money. Perferred if the hard drive has 200+ GB on it, considering what i have now is 250 GB and i fill it about half way. Also, i was wondering if i have enough power for all of this, besides my hard drive and memory i have a NVidia EN9800GT 512MB, although i don't know how many Watts my power supply is so i can't tell you, but if you know how to find out i will get that to you.
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