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161  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 14, 2013, 04:56:01 PM
I don't believe I was attacking anyone for their belief in how things came to be.
I don't attack science just because people think its in direct opposition to faith.

I was a member of a group called, Creation Research Scientist. In a nut shell very respected scientists who have come to believe in a created beginning as opposed to a random happening. They go to main line universities on invite, to debate their stand with non believing scientists and the student bodies.  I've read some of the debates and to say they were interesting would be a huge understatement. That's why I believe it can be discussed without too many toes stepped on.

But I am willing to admit that words can be misconstrued, sorry if I offended anyone and their core beliefs.

Nothing but admiration and appreciation for all you guys.

God bless... icon_wink  I couldn't resist.
162  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 12, 2013, 01:17:10 PM
Even as a kid the whole evolution "theory" seemed silly to me.(being honest, not trying to offend anyone). But I always had a sense of a designed creation beginning. I wouldn't have worded it like that at 10 but its how I felt.

For me it always took more "faith" to belive in evolution than it did in a loving creator.

Evolutionist I know like to argue the point of if God created everything, then who created God. Who ever created God, was God..was God........you see where I'm going,

I like to answer their question direct as well. If the Universe was birthed by a big-bang(theory)then where did the materials for the pre-bang come from...and on and on we go...haha.

I just have fun debating stuff like this with others, it makes for great conversation as long as no takes offence.
But my heart of hearts has come to "know"  that the human spirit is real. We are a tri-part being..Spirit, Soul, and body. The most needful part of our being is the Spirit. Yet because of organized "Religion" through out the ages people have turned it all off. Yet the spirit still lives in each of us. Its eternal.
Jesus came to give us life, and life more abundantley. Not rules and rules more abundantly.(Human invented way of control)..That was the old testament.
If people would take time to get to know the true story of Jesus and who He is, they would surely see the distinction between the both.

Paul the Apostle said: In the end all that is important is, Faith, Hope, and Love. And the greatest of these is Love.
God wants to Love people into life, not brow beat them.(religion).

I think I've shared enough about my belief and love of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. I could talk all day and night bout such things but others aren't always into that. Like I wouldn't be if I was at a table of people who loved golf and talked of nothing else..........YAWN.... icon_biggrin

For purposes of this forum lets say: In the end there is gaming,forums,and MMO's. And the greatest of these is MMO's.

Nice to see people with hugely differing point of views stay on track and keep animosity to a real minimum. That's why I've hung out with you guys for years.
163  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 09, 2013, 03:20:11 PM

Quote from: Alefroth on January 08, 2013, 07:50:40 PM

I did say overtly, not overly. Important distinction.

Ale

My bad Ale, you're absolutely right about the distinction.
164  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 08, 2013, 03:33:54 PM

Quote from: Alefroth on January 08, 2013, 07:25:04 AM

I'm curious how long you've been born again, Arclight. I never thought of you as overtly religious at all until this thread.

Ale

I'm not overly religious..  icon_biggrin
I'm just a plain vanilla born again Christian.

But to answer you question, about 31 years.
Right after I left the Canadian Armed Forces.

Its as real to me as the air I breath. No pretense, no secret agenda's, I just believe in the Love of God shown to us through Jesus the Christ.
Semantics about Religion as opposed to true christianity really do nothing but cause more questions. Hear is a rule of thumb for me. If you feel you need to earn God's love, thats a religious spirit..If you feel you're too "dirty" to have such great love, that's religiousness. Christian's were first called that in Antioch After Christ had risen. Before that people who believed in Jesus were called, "Followers of the Way". Religious leaders of the day hated Christians. Jesus said I have come to do away with the old, and bring in the new(covenant).
Its life to me. It joy and peace to know and feel this love, this love that is unconditional and free to any that ask for it.

Over religious denotes to me someone who is tumping his belief and condeming those who don't believe the way they do. That's not me. That's not most Christians I know.
Remember, most of what you hear about Christianity is tainted by media, hollywood, bitter people who have an axe to grind. But my prayer would be that all of my gamers buds here would seek Him for yourselves. No pre-conceived Ideas, just a pure, honest question to God. God, If you are real, and Jesus is really my saviour, please show me.

I believe He will.

I'm also just the guy who loves games, and has always appreciated this forum, and the old Gone Gold one. You guys are a great source of knowledge in a ton of areas. Sometimes I'm astounded by the wisdom and intelligence that is shown here through a lot of you guys.

So........Game on!!!! Time to go and turn on another communications tower and find Vaas hiding in the grass like a snake...  icon_biggrin
165  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 07, 2013, 05:11:41 PM
What I've shared is not un-usual to born again Christians, its the norm. But of course the media/Hollywood are not going to report on that.

I've been a missionary over-seas, Bible College in Texas, Youth With A Mission in Australia, Youth with a Mission, Turner Valley Alberta.
I've taught in Christian churches, preached in the same. I've prayed for people that have been healed.

I'm not speaking on something that I know little about. But I think some of you are here. You can't make Christianity to be the way you want it to be. There are moral absolutes. The truth is the truth. Not the truth is what ever you think is the truth.
You can agree or not. But you can't change the rules of the game as you go along, to fit your mind as it changes day to day. Jesus said, "I am the same yesterday, today, and forever". What was truth 2 thousand years ago, is truth today, and tomorrow. I never invented it. Its just the truth. Jesus said, I am the way, the truth, and the life and who ever believes in Me shall not perish, but have ever lasting life. He didn't say whoever is the best at being a Christian. Or who keeps the most commandments, or who does more charitable work, etc. Whoever, is you, me and the other fella(everyone) Whoever believes in Jesus is saved. Period.

People usual get put off by people being totally honest with them and seem to come across as know it all's. With me that is so far from the truth as to be funny. But years ago I decided to be honest with myself and others. I wont compromise that to please you. Many people tire themselves out everyday trying to be all things to all people, because of the fear of rejection.
What I've shared in the thread is my life. I live, eat, breath my love of Christ. I'm not trying to convince anyone to think and believe like me. But try not to do the same to me either.

Religion the way the world today see's and knows it, is most times not even close to what Jesus came preaching and living, and dying for.

Being good, never swearing, giving money, loving, and any other virtue you can think of wont make you a Christian. Being a thief, a liar, an adulterer, wont keep you from becoming a Christian.

Believing in Christ Jesus and what He said is all that is needed. Religion complicates what Jesus meant to be easy to understand. That's one of the reasons He said, "unless you become like a little child you will never see(understand, believe) heaven.

Coming to Jesus as a little child means, that you come with no secret agenda, no pre-conceived ideas, just wide open eyes willing to hear and receive the truth.

Jesus isn't approached like the CEO of a company. Jesus wants you, your heart, your love........in return He will give you life, and life more abundantly.

I make no apologies for being who I am, and what I believe.
Jesus is the power of love to all those who believe. Faith, without it, its impossible to see Jesus.

The world says,: Show me, and I'll believe
God says,: Believe Me and you'll see.

PS. I think what I'm saying about Religion vs Christianity in the context of what I'm saying will be so clearly answered if you attended any mainline Christian Church of today.
Its one of those things that is best experienced than taught. If you really want to see Religion opposing Jesus, join a Church. Chances are if you don't see it from the pulpit you will see it in some of the people there.

It will be an Oprah , Ah hah, moment..  icon_lol
166  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 06, 2013, 03:32:11 PM
Science talks to your head. Jesus talks to your heart. Without faith its impossible to believe in God and His Son.
So if you try to reason this all out intellectualy, (religion without Christ)you will always come up with the same answer: When I see Him, then I'll beleive. Faith is believing then you'll see.

Its why I believe Jesus doesn't give too flips about which party you belong to or back.
I would love to sit down and talk face to face with anyone here about it. Not trying to aposlitize anyone, but it would be information that the media and Hollywood never tell you about true Christianity. The type Jesus died for..
You can tell by some of the responses here that most people had no idea Religiousity isn't necessarily Christianity.
167  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: Rev. Graham: Obama won because Christians didn't vote on: January 05, 2013, 06:35:45 PM
People have some misunderstandings or presuppositions about Christianity.

1. Being a Christian is not the same as being Religious. I would love to be able to expand more on this but its almost impossible through this medium.
The religious leaders of Jesus's day were the ones that hated him so much they cried out for his crucifixion. The common people, tax collectors, harlots, people the religious leaders of that day wouldn't give the time of day to loved Jesus.

Jesus came to do away with the barrier religious hypocrisy had put up between common folk and the Pharisee's(religious leaders)
Try to think in terms of today with what I've just written. If Jesus came back today, who would be his biggest detractors?

A lot of main line religious leaders today say Christians should be totally involved in the Politics of the day. Jesus never said anything of the kind. You cannot mix the two...water and oil.

Jesus came and tought us the God is first a Father. He wanted a relationship with us, not for us to work as servants. In the new testament it say's we've been adpoted back into God's family where by we cry out.........ABBA...no not the pop group, but Aramaic for, DADDY. Which denotes fondness, love, caring, covering.

Politics is man's invention. Its a form of controlling the masses. The same as the Religious leaders through the ages have tried. Even those cult leaders of modern times...there were mentally ill people who used "religion" to control people.

Jesus never, ever did that. He spent most of His time on hillsides, talking to the common folk. Not in the Roman citadel's debating politics.

God is love. Jesus was the flesh and blood embodiement of that Love. Totally human, totally divine.

Hollywood love making Christians look like "religious" fanatics. Of course there are those. But let me tell you, there are millions and millions of true Christians who look nothing like the Hollywood movies. Funny how they don't get much air time, isn't it?

So you can have your pre-conceived ideas about what Christianity is, and thats fine. But don't ever think that being a follower of Jesus has anything to do with religion.

Christ Jesus = Loving relationship

Religion= selfish control..............sounds like politicians to me.

But like the Word of God says: Choose you this day whom you will serve...God or Mammon..Mammon meaning money and also the Worlds way of doing things.

I know that everyone at certain times in their lives lay in bed at night, when everything is dark and still and wonder what its all about.
God created that "hole" in your heart that you've been trying to fill with what the World offers. Only problem is, the hole is the shape of Jesus and He's the only one who can fit it.

I could care less about Politics. This is God the Father's World not the Republican's or Democrats.
168  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: If you could have any car $100,000 USD or less, what would it be? on: December 24, 2012, 05:55:23 PM
The Judge was the fastest version of the GTO. I remember the first time seeing one. Bright, bright orange, with bold lettering "Judge". That name came from the Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in..."here come da judge, here come da judge".

There are tons more sophisticated, faster, flashier cars to be had for under 100k. I would still love to have a fully restored GTO in my drive. Hurst shifter, headers, holley carb, thrush muffler..................and awaaaaay we go...................................
169  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: If you could have any car $100,000 USD or less, what would it be? on: December 24, 2012, 03:58:15 PM
http://static.cargurus.com/images/site/2008/07/30/18/23/1969_pontiac_gto-pic-152.jpeg

Da Goat........

Ever since my first ride in one, hitch-hiking in Toronto 1969. I've loved them. The guy put on a show for us, I felt stuck against the back of the seat through all 4 gears.

One day.
170  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: The Hobbit finds a director on: December 16, 2012, 04:12:16 AM
Maybe the reasoning behind emphasizing Bilbo's inadequacies is, that when he really starts to shine, it makes his new found honor among the warriors that much more poignant . The triumph of the anti-hero.
171  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: The Hobbit finds a director on: December 15, 2012, 09:08:10 PM
I've been on the Tolkein band-wagon for over 35 years now. I've read the Silmarillion a few times, and of course of the "ring" books. I even found a not so popular book about Tom Bombadil. It was more a less a song and poetry book of all the songs good old Tom use to sing, while he dance along the trails in the Woods.

Just got back from seeing, The Hobbit. Couldn't have picked a better actor for the part of the young Bilbo. I thought Oakenshield was well portrayed as well. And the way Galadrial looked was mesmerizing. I don't think Kate Blanchet has ever looked better on screen.

Personally, I thought the beginning at bag-end lasted a bit too long. Other than that, the build up to Smaug was very well done. The next movie should be great.

3d effects were for me good. I even had a little jump at one part. Haven't done that in a 3d movie for ages.

If you like Tolkein lore, Peter Jackson's movie making, and beautiful scenery, go see the movie. Listen to all the nay sayers if you need to. But in the end who knows where Tokein fits on the "like-dislike" meter for them.

Also two people playing riddle games never was more fun to watch. icon_lol
172  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: the McRib is back! on: December 13, 2012, 08:59:59 PM
If I had a weight problem I would pin pictures up of the McRib everywhere I went. No better way to put me off food for a few hours.
Disgusting, revolting, and I'm sure that its immoral in some degree or another.  retard
173  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Re: See you all in 6-7 months (1 year) on: December 11, 2012, 05:39:50 PM

Quote from: USMC Kato on December 11, 2012, 04:26:48 AM

And so my journey ends, was just served my separation orders today. Retirement is dated for February 14, 2013. I have over 60 days leave so Dec 27 is my last day I will ever be in formation.
I've been expecting retirement for a while, but now that its actually happening I feel horrible in the pit of my stomach. 
I have bitched and moaned about the service for almost twenty years, but in truth I will miss it more than anything.

Well done, enter into thy rest.  It was bitter-sweet for me also. My youngest son joined up 3 years ago and whenever I go to a parade or see him graduate a course, I still get a lump in my throat and have nostalgic feelings of my time in all day long. He even joined the same trade, Artilery, so hearing him talk about the guns gets me emotional at times.
There are no closer bonds you make than with your troop buddies. We had a gun crew with about 6 of us. We worked the same gun together for years. I can still tell you what each of the guys likes and dis-likes were. Closer than brothers really.

So I stand smartly to attention, snap you my best Canadian salute, and say thank you. Be proud, carry your head high, the future is bright for you. drillsergeant
174  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: See where every WWII bomb hit London on: December 09, 2012, 08:33:39 PM
I was born in London in 1954. Moved to Bracknell shortly after and lived there till I was 10, then Canada. I remember as a kid finding old bomb shelters and turrets in the nearby woods and fields. My Dad was in Africa during the war. My mom who was single at the time told us that they got so use to the bombing that sometimes the siren's would go off and she would tell her day she'd be ok and stay home. One time a bomb hit so close to her house that while she was sleeping the concussion wave of a bomb blew out her bedroom window, where she happened to be sleeping and never woke up through the whole time. She woke later to find her bedroom and herself were covered in glass shards.

But Bracknell at the time looks to have just missed the bombs. Its about 20-30 miles West of the closest red dot.

175  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Star Wars: The Old Republic announced on: November 27, 2012, 05:07:46 PM
If you didn't like the game enough to keep a subscription, you certainly aren't going to like the free to play model.
Although I played the game a ton at first, yes I can proudly display "founder" above my nogging, I quit when GW2 came out.

But guys come on, you get to play the game through all the class story lines. And the vo's and story lines were always the main strength of the game.
It might not be as good as GW2 and its FTP model, but it is most certainly worth the price of the game for first time players. In my opinion you get tons more content than a single player game for the same price.

Free is free. You can't compare it to the subscription model. Apples and pears.
176  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Re: Connecting PVR to home theatre and TV on: November 25, 2012, 02:56:29 PM
Yes, Ideally I would have two hdmi slots on my home theatre-blu-ray player. But there is only one. So I know I do Hdmi out from Home-T into Hdmi on the TV.
So, the PvR has one Hdmi slot-out. So could I run another Hdmi cable from PvR to the TV, into say, Hdmi 2. And some how use the sound cables from the PvR to the Home theatre receiver?
Boy did this brain fart stink....I saw people running down the street yelling, GAS! GAS! GAS!...
177  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Connecting PVR to home theatre and TV on: November 24, 2012, 07:27:59 PM
I'm having a brain fart guys. It all worked perfectly before moving. The rogers PvR has a hdmi out, and my Samsung home theatre has one hdmi out. I can get the 5.1 to work for DVD, I just ran the hdmi out of the Samsung to hdmi-1 on the tv. But I can't figure out how to get the surround sound to work for tv watching.


I ran the red and white audio cables from pvr to tv. All I get watching tv is the tv speakers. It would be easy if the Samsung had two hdmi. I could run hdmi from pvr to the hdmi in, on the Samsung.

But I had it all running fine before the move using the same components and the same wires and cords.
What am I doing wrong?

As is...the pvr is hooked up to the tv via Ypbr and the DVD via hdmi.
178  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Happy Thanksgiving on: November 23, 2012, 04:02:09 PM
From your Brother's to the North, Happy Thanksgiving.

We have vast amounts of things to be grateful for, North and South of the border.
179  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Name that movie on: November 22, 2012, 09:05:39 PM

Quote from: Purge on August 03, 2011, 04:02:45 AM

A little google came up with The Lookout.

Also, that bank is in Hartney, Manitoba. It's about 2 hours from my brothers cabin near Russell, MB, and about 4 hours from me (in Winnipeg, Manitoba).



I was posted at CFB Shilo and Portage La Prarie.(Portage and Main, 50 below)
The "Peg" she can be cold, no?
180  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: CIA Director Petraeus resigns on: November 13, 2012, 05:28:03 PM
When I was in the Canadian Military things of this nature were taught and debated fairly often. Mainly because we were in West Germany during the height of the Cold War. But sexual indiscretions were always treated with kid gloves because of the nature of the beast. Of course the higher the rank the more of a problem. Things like being gay in the closet and having a relationship with a German national could become a very sensitive matter for blackmail.
In this case I can absolutely see why there is a concern. What love struck, infatuated men tell their paramour In the heat of the moment could turn into a very messy situation.

And as for my opinion, I believe in a high standard of morality for people with as much power as this General had. Yes, he should be held to a higher level of conduct due his powerful position. I know moral absolutes are going the way of the Dodo, but it still doesn't make it right. Just ask the local folk in Rome during Caligula's reign.
181  Gaming / Portable Gaming & Apps / Re: Angry Birds: Star Wars is a real thing on: November 10, 2012, 07:44:56 PM
Hahaha, ......thanks CK
182  Gaming / Portable Gaming & Apps / Re: Angry Birds: Star Wars is a real thing on: November 10, 2012, 06:30:05 PM

Quote from: The Grue on November 10, 2012, 05:27:39 PM

Quote from: Arclight on November 10, 2012, 02:04:08 AM

Finally, someone has done the Star Wars ip justice...  stirthepot

I know what you're trying to do here, but you still look silly given that the X-Wing and TIE Fighter PC games exist and are some of the best PC games ever.

Sorry, must be because my daughter's getting married today. I have no Idea what you're talking about.
183  Gaming / Portable Gaming & Apps / Re: Angry Birds: Star Wars is a real thing on: November 10, 2012, 02:04:08 AM
Finally, someone has done the Star Wars ip justice...  stirthepot
184  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Star Wars: The Old Republic announced on: November 09, 2012, 06:15:24 PM
Yeah, amazing how it goes with some games. It starts out like a wonderful glass of high quality bubbly, only to become a mug of sour vinegar in record time.

Like the old punch drunk boxer once said: "I coulda been a contender".............To bad SWToR didn't make it through the first round.  We put the fun in funeral
185  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Elder Scrolls Online on: November 09, 2012, 04:07:24 PM

Quote from: CeeKay on November 08, 2012, 04:59:42 PM

9 minute video with some gameplay.

No doubt about it, its a gorgeous looking game. But that's a given with an Elder Scrolls game. Although the video was fun to watch I was waiting to see something new and
innovative. But the same-old-same-old still prevails.
It seems to me this game will be like a drop you get within a game..Not an upgrade just the same stats with a bit of a different look. For me there is nothing here so far that has me excited about its release. I know there are many months till its release, I just don't see anything amazing here at all.

The genre is saturated with mediocre, playable MMO's. But a great MMO, seems to be a thing of the past.
186  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Do You Go To High School/College Reunions? on: November 07, 2012, 01:29:51 PM
This is always something I wonder about. I've never had to make a choice of going or not. I dropped out of school in Gr. 10. I was the kid who always got, "He, has so much potential" remarks on report cards.  slywink
I thought I was too cool to stay in school. Ain't that a lie from the Pit?

Always regreted leaving school. But the Army made sure I learned about life from another perspective.

I think I would like to have your problem of going or not.
187  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PC] The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Impressions, tweaks and more! on: November 03, 2012, 02:54:58 PM
same old, same old.
188  Gaming / Multiplayer Madness (MMO or otherwise) / Re: Guild Wars 2 (official review on pp 21) on: October 29, 2012, 04:50:27 PM

Quote from: wonderpug on October 29, 2012, 03:50:13 PM

For me it is the next great thing.  It's set the bar to a new level.  I will never again pay a monthly fee for an MMO (but it seems like everything is moving to free to play anyhow).  I will never again accept an MMO that doesn't encourage collaboration and cooperation amongst strangers as strongly as GW2 does.  I'm done with steep levelling curves, I'm done with holy trinity grouping requirements, I'm done with needing 40 people to block off 3 hours in order to see a cool giant boss battle.

There's still room for improvement, of course, but GW2 is the new baseline for what I can demand to see in an MMO.

I'm an Arclight, and I approve of this message.
189  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Win 8 available tomorrow on: October 26, 2012, 12:35:05 AM
#7 still doing what I need it to. I change Windows when the need to play the latest games insist on it.
190  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Time to say good-bye to my best friend. on: October 20, 2012, 03:23:16 AM

Quote from: Misguided on October 19, 2012, 09:30:12 PM

How about a picture of Teddy?

And one of the big fella..Teddy is about 10 weeks in these pics. He will lose most of the black on his body, with the standard "black saddle" Airedales have. Strider was nearing the time for a hair-cut. But I always liked him when his fur blew out all shaggy. Those are the eyes I looked into when he said good-bye.  icon_cry

191  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Time to say good-bye to my best friend. on: October 18, 2012, 11:08:53 PM

Quote from: Purge on October 17, 2012, 12:56:06 AM

Arc, I just want to say there is no way that Strider didn't know how much he meant to you.

Teddy is one lucky pup.

Thanks, means a lot to me.
192  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Lance Armstrong to be charged with doping by USADA on: October 17, 2012, 11:12:19 PM

Quote from: leo8877 on October 17, 2012, 08:47:18 PM

If he was the most tested athlete ever, how the hell could he have duped the system for that long?  The entire testing process would have had to be corrupt from the mailroom to the top!

Everyone has a price. If you have the cash.
193  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Time to say good-bye to my best friend. on: October 15, 2012, 03:50:26 PM
Update: We slowly dealt with Striders passing and now I can remember him without crying.

We are dog lovers and need them in our lives, they add so much to this adventure called, life.
We phoned the breeder of strider and she had a pup almost ready to go to a home.
Long story short we went and picked up, Teddy, a few days ago. He will never replace Strider, but I'm sure he will construct his very own room in our hearts.

He is such a great puppy and he is bringing another level of healing to us.

Again you all are amazing with the kind words you gave.

So a new adventure has started, just in time for our big move to cabin life.

Life is good.
194  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: What are you buying this week? (10/15) on: October 15, 2012, 03:33:58 PM
Nada enchilada.

195  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [360/PC/PS3] Borderlands 2 on: October 13, 2012, 07:28:14 PM
Just to add also, I formatted my HD and did a complete, fresh instal of Windows 7 64bit.

196  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [360/PC/PS3] Borderlands 2 on: October 13, 2012, 03:37:58 PM

Quote from: Azhag on October 12, 2012, 10:55:23 PM

I know some people supposedly had glitches with the new content/patch, but I've been fine. 5 hours or so post patch, no crashes.

I've been looking in on a few BL-2 forums, including the official one. There seems to be a common denominator for those who are crashing all the time. Nvidia cards. I have a GTX-580 latest drivers, and I used older ones. I crash every session. There was mention of a utility to make sure your processesors weren't "parked" when they should be used. I made sure all my cores where 'firing" when they should, no joy there.

But enough of the player base is complaining of this same problem I'm sure they're looking into it.
197  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [360/PC/PS3] Borderlands 2 on: October 12, 2012, 10:21:09 PM
Borderlands has become un-playable for me. It was running very stable and smooth. Now I'm crashing(hard lock, have to re-set the PC) every single time I play. Sometimes if I keep at it, I can get a half hour of play after 4 or 5 crashes. Nothing has changed on my end, just wondering if anyone else has noticed something similar?
198  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [360/PC/PS3] Borderlands 2 on: October 10, 2012, 04:35:20 PM
Must just be for 360's. I'm there now with a 16 zerker, nothing in the fireplace, except a cardboard cut out of Mr. Handsome.(PC)
199  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Re: These forums don't remember me!!! on: October 06, 2012, 06:53:49 PM
Not sure about "clearing cookies" but in the army after a night of too much German beer I use to "woof my cookies".
200  Non-Gaming / Hardware / Software Hell / Re: A solid laptop for gaming, primarily. on: October 03, 2012, 03:23:10 PM
Didn't want to put it off too much longer, trying to coincide delivery with our moving date..Melted the CC on this:(Also a fair number of accessories)

   3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-3630QM (6MB Cache, up to 3.4GHz w/ Turbo Boost 2.0) edit
   Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit edit
   Microsoft® Office trial edit
  12GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1600MHz (4DIMMS) edit
   2GB GDDR5 AMD Radeon™ HD 7970M edit
  1TB 5,400 RPM SATA 3Gb/s edit
  17.3-inch WideFHD 1920 x 1080 60Hz WLED edit
  Killer™ Wireless-N 1103 a/g/n 3x3 MIMO for Gaming & Video and Bluetooth 4.0 edit
  Slot-Loading Dual Layer Blu-ray Reader (BR-ROM, DVD+-RW, CD-RW)

All the fancy trimmings that go with Alienware stuff.  I should be good to go for a while with this. Also has a good Creative sound system that my mini-bose speakers will sound great on.

I can't, or wont see this as a permanant change. I love desktops too much.
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