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Junior

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About Junior

  • Rank
    Pain in the ass
  • Birthday 04/11/1980

Contact Methods

  • AIM
    neocorteqz
  • MSN
    neocorteqz@hotmail.com
  • Website URL
    http://www.gamebeat.net
  • ICQ
    157258402
  • Yahoo
    junior41180@yahoo.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    /State/NH/City/Nashua
  • Interests
    Forums?

Previous Fields

  • Referred by
    Bruceleeon
  • CPU
    Intel Core 2 Quad 9650 @ 3.6 GHz
  • Video Card
    EVGA GTX 560TI SC 2GB
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte EP45-UD3P
  • Memory
    8 GB DDR2
  • Storage
    Western Digital Black 640 GB SATA 3.0GB/s / WD 1TB 64MB 3.0GB/s
  • Audio
    Realtek HD 7.1 Audio (Onboard For Now)
  • Cooling
    Air Cooled 32c° Idle
  • Operating System
    Windows Vista Ultimate Tweaked / Windows 7 RC2 Dual Boot
  1. Junior

    C.O.D. Giveaway: GlacialTech Alaska

    Count me in? Ohh wait I'm staff. lol kinda.
  2. Junior

    Installing Linux on a Netbook from a USB Thumbdrive

    I don't mind Gnome, Its a solid and very fast interface, not to mention clean, and I've found it has fewer bugs than KDE. Beauty is with linux you can actually switch between both interfaces, so it gives you a choice unlike Windows.
  3. Junior

    Installing Linux on a Netbook from a USB Thumbdrive

    there is a free utility from microsoft that allows you to install from a USB "stick". I only install from usb sticks even though I have a DVD-RW. it's much quicker, and allows you to slipstream in updates. I dual boot Kubuntu and Windows 7 Ultimate on my computer and Ubuntu and Windows 7 Pro on my laptop. I actually prefer KDE over Gnome, but that's my preference.
  4. Snootchie Bootchies

  5. Junior

    Windows 7

    Very true, but the RC was extremely stable. anyways, I've been using the Retail release since launch, with no problems to speak of.
  6. Junior

    Windows 7

    You do realize that microsoft ran a public RC right? And afaik, the RC is good till sometime this year.
  7. Junior

    Windows 7

    Ok, all I have to say, Since I started running RC 1, I have been very impressed, and now it's release time. Now to get my MSDN sub.
  8. Junior

    Built a New Computer

    What can I say, memory is cheap.
  9. The administrator account is disabled by default, here is how you can enable it at logon: Ok there are really two ways of doing this depending on which version of vista you have. And in 1 or 6 easy steps! Method 1: All versions of Vista 1. Open the registry editor (Run as Administrator) 2.Navigate to the following registry entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows NT/CurrentVersion/Winlogon/SpecialAccounts/UserList 3. Look for an entry on the right side for Administrator. If it doesn’t exist, you will need to create it. To do so, right-click on UserList and select New > DWORD Value. Give the value a name of Administrator. Press the Enter key when you are done. 4. Right-click the Administratorentry and click Modify. 5. Set the Value data to 1 and click OK. 6. Close the registry editor and restart the computer. The Administrator account should now be an option on the login screen. Method 2: Vista Ultimate and maybe business Go to C:\windows\system32 Once in that folder, right-click on lusrmgr.msc (easier if you search for *.msc) and select run as administrator. Now select the users folder, you'll see all the user account once in that folder, right-click on administrator and select properties, uncheck 'Account Is Disabled', restart and your administrator account should be enabled at login. You can also set a new password here in case you forgot or you have a pre installed version (aka OEM/System Manufacturer) and do not get to choose a password. lusrmgr is disabled in Vista HomeBasic/Home Premium. Not too sure about Business.
  10. Junior

    Built a New Computer

    OK here's the following Specs (also in my Profile) Intel Core 2 Quad 9650 12MB L2 Cache 3.0GHz (Link) Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P with HD onboard Audio (Link) 8GB PC2-8500 (DDR2 1066) OCZ Reaper HPC (Link) EVGA Nvidia GTX260 Core 216 Superclocked Edition (Link) 640 GB Western Digital Black edition (Link) LG W2252 22" LCD 2 ms Response Time,10000:1 Contrast (Link) Samsung Black 22X DVD Multiwriter SATA (Link) Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7 (Link) Arctic Cooling MX-2 Thermal Compound (Link) all powered by a Corsiar TX750W (Link) All purchased from Newegg for a grand total without rebates of $1346.07 (not including the monitor it's $1143.08) I got the monitor from Circuit City for 202.99 which is about 100 dollars off the normal price I'll show all my benchmarks as soon as I get everything all set, it's set up and I'm posting from it now, but I would like to see just how far I can push this CPU.
  11. Junior

    COD Concept

    I was just pullin yer leg. but still looks good.
  12. Junior

    COD Concept

    **cough** hardOCP **cough** J/K Looks good so far.
  13. Junior

    Subtle things

    (the D-word) it B, you changed yer name.
  14. Junior

    Eagle Consus N-Series External Enclosure (ET-CSNSU2-BK)

    I'm waiting for USB 3.0 ( http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/...ed_cable_photos ) But this is pretty cool for now. Good Read. Edit: Missing an e in GeForce in the specs.
  15. Junior

    News

    Have not had the chance to try out Home server yet., then again I only have my lappy available atm.
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