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    Question Grrr

    a FEWWWWWW questions god please help lmao...

    thought it was my overclock so I turned everything down to stock settings...
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    ballistix pc8500 that reports at 6500 in cpu-z?wtf?
    hd3870 pcs
    tagan 500w dualengine

    so basically whenever i use bit-torrent it either stops responding then won't close in vista by either end process or "close this program" dialog box...
    the REALLY NICE part is i have to restart the computer because everytime i try to open the bit-torrent program of choice back up its apparently still running so i can't open another one:| and it takes AGES to restart/shutdown because its trying to end this bloody process:@ so i either risk breaking hdd's and turn power on/off or sit and wait...
    this is really annoying me as i'm trying to download a variety of large linux iso's and it can resume them nicely as i don't like download managers nor trusting a browser on such large files...

    so yeah why does cpu-z pickup my ram as pc6500 not 8500 even at stock or overclocked ram dividers?
    why is vista being so stupid with only bit-torrent clients... (its any client i've tried utorrent/offical bit-torrent vuze etc etc)
    btw it's not the 64 bit either before people go pointing the finger...

    i was gonna go 64bit but i'm not sure now if it's going to be stupid like this with a random protocol... doesn't seem worth the money imho if i can't have stability at stock. it's quite laughable...

    oh and why won't ubuntu 7.0.4/10 work on this system? i receive some stupid error about finding a hard drive i think? i know i have the scary jmicron but thats detected my sata's and it's usually only an ide device issue isn't it?

    oh and why won't my insipiron 6400 core duo 1.6 1gb ram ati x1300mobility run ubuntu distro's either? keeps crashing the x server and won't display graphics so i'm stuck at a command line. really angry at the mo with OS's as you can tell lol.

    put me out of my misery please
    Last edited by keef247; 25-02-2008 at 09:04 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz regarding the Apple Mighty Mouse
    I just got so fed up with this thing for it's crappy erratically working scroll ball and poor right-click detection that I just threw it against a wall and it exploded.

    Good riddance. Wish I'd done it about a year ago.

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    Re: Grrr

    I have the Ballistix 8500 and CPUZ picks it up as PC6400, nothing to worry about, just something to do with the SPD tables. Now Ubuntu is a different story Are you running it from live CD? I have it installed on a seperate hard drive and works almost perfectly, even though i am having a lot of trouble getting thr 8.2 drivers and sound to work on it. Maybe this is a good place to start Ubuntu Forums
    Last edited by hse180; 25-02-2008 at 04:34 PM.

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    Re: Grrr

    livecd yer.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz regarding the Apple Mighty Mouse
    I just got so fed up with this thing for it's crappy erratically working scroll ball and poor right-click detection that I just threw it against a wall and it exploded.

    Good riddance. Wish I'd done it about a year ago.

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    Re: Grrr

    give up

    ati have 0 support for 3xxx cards in linux

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    Re: Grrr

    Quote Originally Posted by keef247 View Post
    livecd yer.
    If you are running it from a Live cd , then i can't see why it is crashing. The only thing i can think of is that the iso was not burned properly, or there was a bug when you downloaded it. Also the maximum that i burn iso at is 24x max.


    Quote Originally Posted by directhex View Post
    give up

    ati have 0 support for 3xxx cards in linux
    I know they are unsupported but i have had mine working with the 8.2 2900 drivers, and people on other forums have reported this to.

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    Re: Grrr

    nope not a bad burn at all.i have tried multiple burns.like i say it says its unsupported so its a driver issue as hex said
    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz regarding the Apple Mighty Mouse
    I just got so fed up with this thing for it's crappy erratically working scroll ball and poor right-click detection that I just threw it against a wall and it exploded.

    Good riddance. Wish I'd done it about a year ago.

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