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ok i got called out of town for work,soon as i get back home i'll see if that solves things
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i only paid 25 usd for itTo replace a dvd drive would be as much work as checking the connections.
Here's an external dvd burner to consider.
http://www.tigerdire...ls.asp?EdpNo=4442292-cmpm (March 21, 2009, 10:15 AM)
With our xchange rate that's almost my monthly pension!-CleverCat (April 17, 2009, 04:57 AM)
Has anyone had any experience with any of these lately? I am still using TVersity but am looking for something with better transcoding support and built-in codec support. Right now, Tversity can't play certain files so I am beginning to look elsewhere. Has anyone messed with Weezo or orb or playon lately? How about any others?-Josh (April 14, 2009, 08:02 PM)
What makes you think it's a software problem?
Use ImgBurn and check tools->Filter Driver Load Order. That will let you see filter drivers attached to the CDROM class... if there's nothing suspicious there, it's most likely not a software issue.-f0dder (March 19, 2009, 12:17 PM)
There used to be a tool called: "Campaign Cartographer". It's intended use was for tabletop game campaigns, like Dungeons and Dragons, Warhammer, etc.I own CC3 Pro and I can tell you it is AWESOMENESS incarnate.you can make any maptype you want from topographical to star maps, floor plans to zone planning to street level. you can even make your own "symbols". the rub: has a steep steep learning curve to get good results.
This one was rather costly the last time I looked at it (which is easily 8 years ago) but it was a CAD program with a lot of libraries for terrain, their associated vegetation and also habitation. All to be used at your own discretion.
It is good to see that the software survived all this time, it has expanded quite a lot(!)...the mapmaker alone is 45 USD but if you want "the whole shebang" it will cost 537 USD. The package deal is way overkill for your intends and purposes.
Actually I should thank you for a trip to memory lane when researching this piece of software-Shades (January 10, 2009, 06:40 PM)
though I would definitely recommend C# over VB-Ehtyar (October 22, 2008, 03:14 PM)
As would I. Older VB has problems with consistency -- retrofitting the idea of "default property" made things complicated. And the fact that the "&" operator can change meaning depending whether there are spaces around it or not is just evil. But that's fixed in VB.Net.
However, once we get to the .Net 1.1 platform, C# and VB are almost equivalent. I'm pretty sure that you could port from one to the other just using some clever regular expression substitutions. So there's no reason you can't get on board with C# as easily as with VB.Net.
But moving on from there (.Net2 and forward), C# has really grown as a language, and VB not so much. So if you take the C# branch, you'll find that the language is better able to progress with your abilities and demands.-CWuestefeld (October 22, 2008, 03:54 PM)
And it was ascii pr0n, IIRC.
lawn darts!! oh here kids go throw these spears at targets set right infront of your feet... have fun nowLAWN DARTS!!11!!-PaladinMJ
Oh MAN do I miss lawn darts!! (see attachment in previous post)-Edvard (October 22, 2008, 06:33 PM)
Yeah, remember when a phone RANG? Like with a real BELL and everything?
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The next time I hear someone's phone go "Doop Dippity Doop Doop" or blast the latest pop hit as the startled owner frantically fumbles in their purse or pocket to quiet the vile wireless beastie will be WAAAY too soon...-Edvard (October 21, 2008, 11:19 AM)