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buyerninety

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  1. Ryuichi Sakamoto - 'Fade' from anime 'Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise' 1987 _______________________________________________ Yuki Kajiura - 'Point Zero' from anime 'Fate/Zero' 2011
  2. Sung by AmaLee, Arrangement Jonathan Parecki, Mixed by Shawn Christmas, Song 'Hey Kids!!', originally by Japanese band 'The Oral Cigarettes', from anime; 'Noragami Aragoto' season 2 (2015) ____________________________________________________ Sung by AmaLee, Arrangement Jonathan Parecki, Mixed by Shawn Christmas, Song 'Again', originally Produced & Arranged by Hisashi Kondo & Sung by 'Yui', from anime; 'Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood' (2009) The vocals may sound rushed, due to fitting English over Japanese lyrics, but that's OK - it's an Eq
  3. nostaglic98 said; "and very small areas where the actual information you want is displayed" The worst standout example of this is a members messages. PREVIOUS board layout - (in a approx 1/2 page size right side panel;) You could view one page with a scroll bar (something like 15+ messages without scrolling), of message headings and part message, that's about 50 messages with scrolling, if I remember correctly. The remaining messages accessible and viewable as previously described, simply by clicking on a page '2' button. NOW Inbox (in a smaller lef
  4. Anime Film- Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2000) - Soundtrack 'Grove' Marco D'Ambrosio - Composer and Orchestration Anime Film- Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2000) 'Opening' Marco Ambrosio - Composer and Orchestration
  5. I acknowledge your decision not to put direct download link. To make it easier to understand for persons wanting to download, in the webpage cited in the first post above, action would simply be; Click Manual Update, then; OS Type; 全て Kind; All Language; English Search Keyword:Roots 2016 and then this is the text for the applicable download; Update for Root Certificates Jan 2016/繝ォ繝シ繝郁ィシ譏取嶌縺ョ譖エ譁 ー繝励Ο繧ー繝ゥ繝[2016蟷エ 1譛� (KB931125+KB3097966) for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003 NB: I haven't tried or applied this update myself.
  6. jaclaz said; (IN RELATION TO MEMBER CONTENT ITEMs ENUMERATION RESULTS) (Ref Post #8 above) "If I go to" ... [Acheron's]" "member page" and look for content I get: Topics and posts: There have been 103 items by Acheron Only Topics: There have been 13 items by Acheron Only Posts: There have been 415 items by Acheron" ..."if you actuallly started 13 topics and posted in total 415 times, you should have any of 415 "items" or 415-13=402 "items" in the latter. I have to presume that it is some "quirk" in the way the database is managed internally." {Above quoting rearranged and compacted somewhat
  7. But @jaclaz , (IN RELATION TO YOUR FAULTY LINKS REDIRECTION), you haven't said what browser Version on what OS Version you are experiencing this. I don't see this behaviour, and when pasted to the address bar, the link; hxxp://www.msfn.org/board/topic/61384-how-to-bootinstall-from-usb-key/?p=680254 does resolve immediately correctly for me, to entry 680254 (i.e. post #287 in that topic). Interestingly though, I see that copying, pasting the (xx -fixed) URL; hxxp://www.msfn.org/board/topic/61384-how-to-bootinstall-from-usb-key/page-20#entry680254 into address bar of Firefox v28 running on XPS
  8. ragnargd, on 11 Sept 2015 - 07:18 AM, said: "On Toms Hardware in the german forums, in a thread from 2009, FormatC claims he has produced working INFs for P35/ICH9 by instructions on msfn.org." FYI, here are the (translated from german) relevant comments from that above mentioned thread; http://www.tomshardware.de/foren/240926-26-suche-windows-treiber-chipsatz "Asus P5K (P35 [so PCI-E ver 1.1] + ICH9 Southbridge) with Pentium Dual Core E6300 [2.8GHz]@ 3GHz 1GB RAM (even recognized!) Geforce 6800GT 512MB PCIe" [not stated if installed in 'blue x16 mode' PCI-E slot or 'black x4/x1 mode' slot -
  9. From anime TV series 'Cowboy Bebop' 1998 : 'Tank' composed by Yoko Kanno, performed by Seatbelts 'Gotta Knock A Little Harder' by Mai Yamane
  10. @CharlesF The webpages being shifted slightly top-left (out of frame) & larger 'fonts' is mentioned here; http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-xp/windows-xp-fonts-corrupted/183296.html and here; http://labnol.blogspot.com.au/2006/03/how-to-fix-windows-xp-font-problems.html The symptoms are described and (ignoring the virus suggestion) remedies, such as clearing the 'Font Cache' (i.e.; C:\Windows\System32\FNTCACHE.DAT ) then restarting, and/or such as merely resetting the windows default font size 'DPI setting' (Custom Setting) (via the 'General' tab in your monitors 'Display Propertie
  11. Well, I haven't seen this bug mentioned... 'When attempting to track back through the 'page numbered lists' of older topics, eventually a point is reached in the page lists where the topic title can be seen, but the link to the topic seems damaged, and does not display the topic posts.' To experience bug; In most MSFN webpages, find your membername towards the top left hand corner. Directly below your membername, is what appears to be a readout of the current path of directories. Now, for example, say you see; MSFN/Miscellaneous/Site & Forum Issues and you click on 'Site & Forum Is
  12. Ha ha ha, seems like similar opinions are echoed in the video on the website; http://www.dearjjabrams.com/ .
  13. Xper says; "Maybe, I say maybe we will loose some threads"... Gulp. (I seem to remember several years back Xper mentioned the size of the database was ~ 700MB {as it stood on the server, in compacted database form, then, I guess}). Doesn't seem unreasonable to make a backup as it stands now, before the full change is applied to the database, so there is no way that any threads are lost... forever?
  14. I wonder if the actions usually taken to mitigate the ATI 'hardware cursor bug' might also act to mitigate this problem? (but probably not fix it). Worth a try - set in Control Panel, Mouse Properties, Display Pointer Trails to 'on' (and its' slider bar to minimum), and check 'off' Enable Pointer Shadow (then Reboot).
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