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Living Room / Re: Should I increase avatar size? Poll.
« on: February 12, 2006, 02:48 AM »
I would like to see is 80x80 or 100x100 with auto resizing  :D

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Wait...I was just thinking, why would I need a USB cable to connect to a Hi Fi speaker system?  Wouldn't it work if I simply went from the regular speaker connection of the sound card to the line-in of the Hi Fi speaker?  I don't understand.  Is the Hi Fi speaker even using the sound card?  SOmething's weird here.

You can only attach directly to a HiFi speaker if it is 4ohm otherwise at full volume anything above 4ohm you will struggle to get sound out of .

The way i would do it is use your speaker output of the comp and using the appropriate connectors and cable connect it to whatever mini stereo you have assuming it has sound inputs(usually RCA  ), that's how i've connected my comp to my main stereo no more bloody changing discs

then it's a matter of adjusting the comp's soundcard volume output to whatever strength you want the stereo to produce, in other words if you set the comp's sound output to low you'll have to turn up the stereo volume to full to hear it etc

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Living Room / Re: psp region question
« on: January 01, 2006, 02:44 AM »
If you are planning on viewing out of region stuff this site may have the goods to do it
http://www.afterdawn.com/  the psp section is in the forums just scroll down

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Registry Cleaning Software
« on: January 01, 2006, 02:25 AM »
My bad i forget that some may not tinker with dual HDD's on the one comp and yes it would be necessary to have another comp,that aside and a little off topic but a forum member may need help one day take a gander at the site below

http://www.radified.com/

EDIT: The green page from that link will auto direct you ,just wait a mo then look for the link at right for the forums,any cloning queries you have they can help

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Registry Cleaning Software
« on: January 01, 2006, 01:45 AM »
My own take is that a registry defragmenter is useful, but really, cleaning the registry?
Any stat on how much room in kb is being saved? And, without a reg defrag, the space is still allocated, just has no entry. I wouldn't expect that would speed anything up as the tree is still X size.

I share Carol's opinion and experience, I've had very lousy results with registry cleaners/doctors/fixers. And many of them show up much later.

Norton win doctor is my main cleaner and is safe to use as it appears not to be a deep scanner like the one in the link below or the topic starter ,i have yet to have a prob with it in stuffing my comp up(i found out the hardway) and it's 2 years now,how many mb does it save on the disk i can't say as neither apps give an amount,what i do see is a large list of obsolete keys,folders,shortcuts etc from installs and uninstalls,tho when it comes to a system sweep cc shows the mb you can save

http://www.ccleaner.com/


EDIT: If and when one does a backup and lets say you decide to do a full system backup it pays to have a spare HDD to test it on the last thing you want is for there to be a corruption on one of the backup disks and cannot continue (it maybe possable to make a clone of the faulty disk and with luck it may work) or you'll end up doing yet another windows install...lol... best backup is cloning from one HDD to another


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