this seems helpful
this seems helpful
8/7/16 - Sufjan Stevens @ Hollywood Bowl // 8/8/16 - Radiohead @ Shrine // 8/8/16 - Boris @ Regent
9/14/16 - Wilco @ Theatre at Ace Hotel // 9/18/16 - Kraftwerk @ Hollywood Bowl
Let's go on a livin' spree!
Isn't he a screenwriter?
I guess Coachella doesn't use Godaddy for their hosting service. Some hacker is raising up a glass of virtual champagne in a toast to himself or having another candy bar or whatever they do in celebration. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/...ty?ft=1&f=1006
Have some customers whose email has been down for hours. My site is still up and unaffected. Must have only hit certain servers.
Alright got another question.
So i plug in my iphone to sync and what not and it says it can't sync because i dont have itunes 10.7.
So right now im running my mac on Leopard. And i go and install the new itunes 10.7, however one of the pre-reqs is that you need to have snow leopard to run the new itunes.
So heres my question: WTF, does this mean i need to upgrade to a different OS? if so its like apple is shafting everyone for thirty more bucks no?
or is there a way around this that im completely missing.
Calling all video experts. Have a computer-related dilemma.
Someone I know was given a dvd with some apparently very important video, and nobody knows what to do with this disc. I was drafted to help, but I'm also stumped with this one.
The DVD-R contains two folders, "9-12-12" and "Interigation" (yes, spelled like that). Each one contains around 700 BMP files that are all variations of the same "ViewlogXXXX_Metal_SomethingSomething.bmp" and some .DLL files. As for video? There are a few files alleged by Windows Explorer to be video clips, but do not have file extensions, show no video when opened in any video player I have, and absolutely nothing happens when I try to copy them to my hard drive, except that Windows Explorer eventually stops responding. I've attached a couple screengrabs:
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Are those the only files on the whole disc? They are only 27megs and not that big. If there are indeed video files you might want to sort by filesize and grab the biggest ones as those are most likely the video files.
To get specifics on each file, grab mediainfo: mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en and have it analyze the files. It'll tell you a bunch of information like codec and stuff like that. Once you have that you can get a viewer that will watch them.
I'll give that a try, thanks!
Edit: Mediainfo stops responding immediately. Hmm.
Edit 2: Got it to open one. GeoVision Advanced MPEG-4
Last edited by Boourns; 10-03-2012 at 04:50 PM.
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Or one of these packages should have it: http://www.ezcctv.com/software-download.htm
Try changing your taskbar setting to Auto-Hide when watching movies?
why is windows 8 so fucking retarded? my dad just got it installed on his laptop. no fucking dvd playback program, so i downloaded one for him. and he plugged in an HDMI cable to his laptop & the tv to stream movies, but it doesn't work. google makes it seem like this is a common problem. i can't fix this for him any advice?
*edit* i tried updating the audio & video drivers with no luck. what the holy fuck. why does windows 8 suck so much? they've even made it difficult to find the fucking restart button. i was totally planning on buying windows 8 with my tax money but not anymore.
Try Start8, Pokki, or Classic Shell to get Windows 8 back to somewhat like Win7. I use Pokki and it's pretty great.
If he has Windows 8 Pro, you can get Windows Media Center for free here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w.../feature-packs That will give you DVD playback.
If not, VLC will work: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html
I love Windows 8. I am impatient with people who hate change, and who think things should always stay the same.
Me too. Change that avatar. I want the disco ball back.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
Bumping this thread for advice. *Entering Apple territory*
I've been sitting on this issue entirely too long and need to take some action. I posted about it a while back in the Tech Talk thread without much help. Basically I have no desktop computer right now. My iMac's hard drive basically fried and assuming it can't be recovered, I have to get a new hard drive and have it installed. Will any new drive work or are there Apple-specific drives? I think the old one was a 250GB serial ATA 7200rpm. (The iMac was purchased in 2007.)
As for installation, can I take it anywhere or should I just suck it up and take it to the Apple Store?
Any SATA drive will work. Don't assume that the drive is fried. If you want to bring the thing over to me I can see if any of the data is recoverable for you. 50 bucks if I find what you need. If you buy the replacement drive I'll put the new one in and load OS X on there for you for another 50.
You in Orange County? FYI the reason I assume it's fried is Disk Utility said so. Time Machine was saying it couldn't back up for like a week, then I think the computer just shut down and I couldn't get it running again so I tried the install discs and ran Disk Utility which suggested the drive was toast.
I think everything up to that week is backed up via T.M. on an external. However it's kind of eating at me as to what wasn't backed up in that week.
that's a good deal
Still trying to figure out why Firefox sometimes stops running, doing the endless round circle thing, and requires a full system reboot. Fuckin annoying.
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