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So are there any diy solutions for dandruff and dry skin?
In my early 20s I started getting dandruff and dry scalp/forehead all of a sudden. Been trying fight it for the last several years, with limited success.
I've tried different shampoos and commercial products, like Head & Shoulders and Selsun Blue, they seem to only dry the shit out of skin my skin. Tried changing pillow cases on a daily bases, taking more showers, take less showers, shorter hair, combing out/brushing flakes off on a daily bases, tried humidity control and temperature controls.
For my dry scalp I tried various moisturizers with vitamin e, vaseline, skin scrubs, etc. Limited success. With any type of cream my forehead looks oily and when it drys out I get dry skin again.
It's almost like certain parts of my head the skin drys out far too quickly. As soon as I take a shower my scalp drys out and the I get very dry forehead and scalp.
Anyone found any solutions?
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Hi guises, im almost new in the pc assembling area, so in a horrible decision we choose to do it ourselves, the thing is;
he's building a med-spec pc and we're assembling it, the deal is, once we finally finished but when i plugged it, the pc it won't start, the procesator fan just moved a little and a led light in the mobo lighted on "SB_PWR" and nothing else happens, not even a single explosion or something, so i really need help, don't know, commons fails and those stuffs;
these are the parts;
DDR3 4GB (2x 2GB) 1600Mhz PC3-12800 Vengeance
HDD 500GB Sata3 7200 rpm 32MB
CPU FX-6300 X6 3,5 GHz (AM3+)
M/B AMD M5A78L-M LX3 A/L/V (AM3+)
Gabinete ATX K350 s/F
Power supply 530w / 12cm 80Plus Smart M530w
Video AMD Radeon HD7770 1024MB GDDR5 GHz Edition
and the one thing i forgot to buy and had to buy it after;
LG DVDRW SATA 24x GH24N
help a faggot
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I saw a thread on this not too long ago, but I didn't read through it all before it 404'd.
I'm wanting to get into FPGA programming. I've been using 8,16, and 32 bit microcontrollers for a while and want to step it up for projects needing more power.
The problem is what FPGA brand to go with. I've been digging through the web and it seems that the Xilinx Spartan is very popular and there is a lot of info out there. The other option is the Altera Cyclone, but it doesn't seem to be used as much.
Can /diy/ help me out here? I'd like to be able to pick up a nice starter board, hopefully under $200. Doesn't have to be a powerhouse, just something small to learn on.
I'm just not sure which would be best to go with, I've heard good and bad about both FPGAs.