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cypher_soundz

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  1. I have a Hauppauge WinTV PVR-350 its pretty nice , it will record straight to mpeg2 (dvd or svcd standard) so its very easy to burn to dvd etc .

    i just checked out how much 80 SGD works out in other countrys

    80 SGD = $49 USD = £26 GBP

    so it looks like its about 4times over your price.

    for this price im not sure what type of card you will get, unless its very cheap in singapore.

    Regards

    cyph

    [EDIT]

    The Sapphire The Beast All-In-Wonder 9800 Pro = 763 SGD but i suppose if you divide this by a graphics card as well it owrks out cheaper and the saved slots.

    [/EDIT]

  2. Yes i actually use firefox , but i don't like visiting sites that may be hostile, and you can never be to secure B) .

    I will add the activeX stuff to the registry just incase :)

    i am currently using every free spyware program and using the HOST file from here: http://www.bluetack.co.uk/modules.php?name...=showpage&pid=7

    but i makes browsing slow.

    would the above cover this? or jsut activeX / Internet explorer?

    Regards

    cyph

  3. I had a search but didin't find anything, so i loaded up regmon and imunized in spy bot , and got a big list , now i just need to convert it in to a .reg format and it should stop any bad products from the min of a fresh install. If this has been done before or there is an easier way that doesn't involve a HOST file please let me know, As it will save me >2000 lines of text ;)

    Regards

    cyph

    [EDIT]

    well i found this post now: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...022&hl=immunize

    It's not really what i want though as i want a HOST file solution but for reg entrys, as the HOST file way slows browsing down.

    [/EDIT]

  4. No, some are shareware (the ones I mentioned) and I’m not sure about the other ones. I’m trying to recall some of the free ones, but I haven’t used them for a while, if I remember the names I will post them here :)

    Regards

    cyph

  5. its a standa lone program , you basically type in the URL and then downlaod what you want (.hmtl , .jpg , .gif ) you can exclude things as well like big files .exe etc .

    then you have i tihkn what you want, an offline mirror of the onlnie one that you can downlaod.

    Could you not just File save as... complete web page btw?

    Regards

    cyph

  6. thanks for the replys, i have already upgraded the firmware, (from 1st revision to the latest ) there was no notes saying not to , but maybe such i big leap caused instability(i dont remember it crashing as much before the new firmware). so im gonig to try flashing back to the original and working my way up , they are all diffiernt sizes and the latest one is about 100K smaller than the 2nd to latest :blink: i will let you know if it fixed the issue.

    Thanks again guys

    Regards

    cyph

  7. http://www.httrack.com/ anyone?

    HTTrack is a free (GPL, libre/free software) and easy-to-use offline browser utility.

    It allows you to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to a local directory, building recursively all directories, getting HTML, images, and other files from the server to your computer. HTTrack arranges the original site's relative link-structure. Simply open a page of the "mirrored" website in your browser, and you can browse the site from link to link, as if you were viewing it online. HTTrack can also update an existing mirrored site, and resume interrupted downloads. HTTrack is fully configurable, and has an integrated help system.

    Regards

    cyph

  8. In general codec packs = bad news / problems .

    Get the four CC code from the file search google and get the codec ;)

    downlaod Gspot and take a look at it in there, its being developed pretty quickly with a lot of features added. Also download Media Player Classic its the best IMHO.

    Regards

    cyph

  9. I'm with lvlolvlo on this one B)

    i rip to harddrive first then open from there.

    test your transcode before you burn it and use a high quality media.

    As the dvd reader is 7 yrs old this would mena it has a nice high quality glass lens (not a cheap plastic one like all the new ones :() this might give it the extra quality needed to read the poor quality disk . try verifying the disk to see if it is readable.

    hope this helps

    Regards

    cyph

  10. At the moment i have a cheap router that handles 4 pc's, on a daily basis my router will crash (because of too many connections) this is due to server / p2p issues. Can you guys recomend a good router/swich that will handle a lot of connections? money is an issue but not a very large one ;) would buying a router / switch for more pcs be a solution? (say for 8 pcs?)

    Regards

    cyph

  11. what makes me laugh is they blurred out her bits in the tubgilr photo , i mean come on lol look at the context lol. thats some crazy law in china?

    Regards

    cyph

    p.s you wanna see sick? what about the weight lifting accident picture not for the fait hearted :puke::no:



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