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steelfist

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  • Birthday 06/07/1989
  1. darn, but that game wasen't what i was looking for. i tried the demo of Firefight, and it's a pretty good game, especially for it's time. however, the only resolution the game would let me was 320x240. i think the game i was talking about was a bit newer than that one, maybe around 1998 or 1999.
  2. after playing sketchfighter 4000 alpha, a piece of memery just resurfaced. it's like one of these moments where a long lost memory hidden in your brain for a decade suddenly appeared because of an event or thing which reminded you of it. there's this very old game, which i used to play which got deleted. the game is so old, it might be even before the year 2000. i do not remember the name, but there are still a few clues i can recall. -there are multiple levels, and multiple maps. -it's a windows game. -the environment is sometimes astroid-like, volcanic, or basically a wasteland. it's not
  3. i have this gap around the same thickness as the diameter of a pencil lead used in those sharpening pencils, not the mechanical ones.it's between the processer, and the heatsink. what should i do: 1. get a copper plate, and sandwitch it between thermal grease. 2. put more thermal grease 3. put thermal pad, which is ussually thick enough for the task 4. use thermal putty, which is what is originally used in my computer. this is the problem i'm having on one of my computers, and i don't have the option of buying a cpu cooler to replace it. just one of these 4 options, which is the best.
  4. you sure? knoppix can help me recover my data right? i tried to reinstall windows. i can't. at first the instalation froze when the timer hit 34 minitues, and later, it won't even get there. the full eror is: " a problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. if this is the first time you've seen this stop error screeen, restart your computer. if this screen appears again, follow these steps: check for viruses on your computer. remove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive controllers. check your hardd drive to make sure it is properly
  5. when i boot up my computer, everything is fine, and after showing the boot screen, a BSOD with 0x0000007b as the problem shows up. i looked it up, but it dosen't tell me how to fix the problem. I took it out, and installed it on another computer. the same problem, so i know it's the hard disk. i used the original HD of the other computer, and setted my problem disk to slave to salvage data. same problem occurs, boot screen, then BSOD. is there any way i can fix my HD? is there any way i can salvage the data inside?
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