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I can't believe you faggots conned me into buying a mechanical keyboard.
>MX Browns aren't clicky!
Misleading bullshit. The switches may not go "click", but this keyboard is still far louder than my old Logitech G15.
>Mechanical keyboards are more durable!
Irrelevant. I've never heard of anyone wearing out a keyboard through normal use.
>Muh N-key rollover!
Yeah, because if you're not holding down both Shift keys while typing sentences, you're a fucking chump.
Well, I guess that's $110 the drain. Thanks, /g/.
BOOTMGR missing / Boot disk>kernel>BSOD
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Trying to reformat an old notebook, was preparing lightweight WinXP boot disk, but i got hands on company's Recovery disks first.
Unfortunately the second recovery disk could not continue the data copying (4/6 CRC error) and aborted, leaving me with a wiped drive part. and a second unallocated (wipe+format) partition (my fault)
'''BOOTMGR missing'' appears now after the bios check
Previous system had Vista.
I wanted to go for WinXP Sp2, but it doesnt get past the kernel check, BSOD at win setup start..
How do i fix?
A identical OS booting disk? (Vista, to continue a recvry)
Automated Sys Recovery disk? (F2 in kernel)
Looking for motherboard drivers for boot/bios? (bios still ok)
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So I just opened up my mouse to clean it and shit, and as it usually happens, there were some extra parts when it was time to put it back together.
There is this spring, which I have drawn on the left, that was attached to the mouse wheel. Everything is working fine, except for one thing..i think. When you mouse wheel click anywhere on the screen, this little cursor, drawn on the right, comes up. Is it only supposed to stay while the mouse wheel is held down, or disappear only when you click the mouse wheel again?