Maleko

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About Maleko

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  • Birthday 08/16/1983

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  1. At home I have two widescreens. Use them for my photography work, one for editing, other for browsing via Bridge. If I am not doing that then I am using one for Web and one for Email, or one for Web, One for Music...and so on! At my other work I have 3 monitors, IT Technician, so I use left for Remote Desktop, Middle for Web, general work, and right one for Email...(mainly - on a day to day basis). Sometimes I use 2 for Remote and one for Web...and so on!
  2. Ok, fixed it! It could have been one of the two: I reseated the card, and also gave it power directly from the PSU via a new cable - before it was connected to a molex that was also powering other devices. I'm going to say it was the power cable, giving it a direct feed with no other devices running off it.
  3. Recently got a Transcend USB 3 controller card. Installed in the motherboard fine, attached the Molex Power Lead. Every time I boot my computer the controller fails with 'Power Surge on Hub Port' Driver version is 2.1.29.0 Firmware of the controller is 4015. Installing on an ASUS P5Q-E under Windows 7 x64 Any ideas???
  4. Yeh, its very strange, been testing with different browsers and IE9 DOES block the images, as it renders th epage differently, the thumbs with IE9 come from ACTUAL URL's, for example: http://img.youtube.com/vi/zGii3arUoY4/default.jpg So the images get blocked as youtube is blocked. FF, Chrome and IE8 all render them with data:image/jpeg;base64,/ It does appear we will have to block Google and use Bing instead, we have been able to block those videos and images with ease.
  5. Hey guys, need a lil help! On our network were trying to block Google Video Search results. We have blocked video.google.com etc etc, but when you do a web search and then click on Videos, it shows the results, so if someone was to search for something, shall we say, naughty, it shows the thumbnail of that video, the video itself is blocked, but it still shows the thumbnail, and turning off safe search makes it even worse as you can imagine! Does anyone have any idea of the URL we need to block these thumbnails? We have done Image results fine, just really struggling with videos. Were using Websense Hosted Security, waiting for them to come back to us, but cant find the answer anywhere yet, so thought I would ask here for any guidance! Cheers!
  6. Haven't really upgraded my PC as such, just had a new monitor and smaller speakers to tidy up the desk: Got the Dell UltraSharp U2410 24". Needed a more precise monitor with 110% Gamut level for my photography.
  7. Now thats a prime example of perfect cable management!
  8. I was another person to hate Vista, I had problems after problems with it, not to mention the crap performance with it. Windows 7 however I loved from day one of using the Beta. You can just see how crap Vista was by how GOOD 7 is. Havent had any problems with it at all. Running 64bit Home Premium at home, and 32bit Professional at work on both PC and Laptop.
  9. My hand writing is terrible, I tend to do a bith of both! But mostly clear if its for other people, as they can read it then!
  10. Ditto to that. It has great potential, if you can find a use for it
  11. Minimum Frostbite PC Specifications for BFBC2 & BF1943 Processor: Core 2 Duo @ 2.0GHz Main memory: 2GB Graphics card: GeForce 7800 GT / ATI X1900 Graphics memory: 256MB OS: Windows XP Free HDD space: 15GB for Digital Version, 10GB for Disc Version (BFBC2) 10GB for Digital Version, 4GB for Disc Version (BF1943) Recommended Frostbite PC Specifications for BFBC2 & BF1943 Processor: Quadcore Main memory: 2GB Graphics card: GeForce GTX 260 Graphics memory: 512MB OS: Windows Vista or Windows 7 Free HDD space: 15GB for Digital Version, 10GB for Disc Version (BFBC2) 10GB for Digital Version, 4GB for Disc Version (BF1943) SOURCE: EA
  12. I do the same thing, have documents on a different drive. this is easy to do: Navigate to C:\Users\*username* Right click on the folders and change the location like you did in XP.
  13. I wont be wastign my money on this. Im loving L4D2 now though. Not having dedicated servers is a joke! I know BF: BC2 will have dedicated servers, so I heard.
  14. I wanted this, and still dont know why microsoft dont add this as a feature...I use UltraMon, not perfect, but it works to an extent to what I want.
  15. You are free to your opinion, but I would think most folks here would disagree with you on both of these statements, myself included. Defo, Vista WAS a step forward, even though I hated it (reasons already explained), Windows 7 was another step forward which made even more people move from XP. Funny how people moan about specifications for an OS. When a new top spec game comes out, people are willing to go out and buy a new graphics card, more ram etc. Then when its an OS, people moan, saying it takes up to many resources etc...a new top spec OS WILL require more RAM etc than what your used to with XP or 2000. Move on, new programs require new specs.