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alright /g/ gimme your worst.
i know this place is getting bombarded with these threads cause of cyber monday and shit, but whatever. any advise is appreciated.
budget build, <$1000
main use: HD video editing (adobe), some auto-cad work, browsing porn.
-already have monitors, keyboard, mouse, surround sound, and another 1tb ext. HDD
-debating SSD for OS? 128 or 256? reliability?
-Case is kinda gay, but its big and cheap, and idc, its just gonna set under a desk.
-chose GPU because of CUDA with adobe
-debating watercooling if i OC later on...
thanks for anything /g/uys
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I heard that you guys can fix any problem when it comes to computers, and every single place I COULD find help from costs atleast 40 dollars, that is so fucking gay.
But so, I'm having crazy problems installing Java right now. When i try to run jxpinstall, everything goes fine untill the actual installation progess. When it starts, it won't continue and instantly gives me an error message saying "Java couldn't finish your installation", directs me to java help, where you need to pay 50 dollars to some faggot to talk shit at you.
I'm quite sure that i know what causes the problem though. I cannot delete my older versions of java, Java7 update 7 and Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 6 Update 1. I have never actually installed theese faggots on my computer. Anyways, When I try to delete them from control panel or CCleaner, they start the process, but stop and nothing happens. I tried removing then from regedit and every folder accosiated with java.
What the fuck is happening here?
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>15-Year-Old Kelvin Doe is an engineering whiz living in Sierra Leone who scours the trash bins for spare parts, which he uses to build batteries, generators and transmitters. Completely self-taught, Kelvin has created his own radio station where he broadcasts news and plays music under the moniker, DJ Focus.
What have you done today, /g/?