My players never run away or avoid conflict. Ever. I throw them ridiculous encounters, they will stay and fight. If I tell them, "You know you're not gonna make it, just run," they stay and fight and blame me, the GM, for the casualties. They complain my encounter was too hard etc. When I tell th...
my hosting's like $3/month or something ridiculously cheap like that, with "unlimited" bandwidth and storage, although the TOS basically say "don't abuse the 'unlimited' resources or we'll kick you out"
@Boris_yo sort of. I was on... hostmonster I think? My cheap promotional pricing had expired, so I moved to Bluehost. Which is owned by the same company, and works identically, except the domain is different and the colors are blue instead of green. Plopped everything down and it worked just like it ever did!
@Boris_yo You could have an insecure file upload script somewhere, or there could be a vulnerability your website software (WordPress, vBulletin, etc., even something you made yourself). Unless other users have experienced the same. In that case, then, yes, it's a problem on the host's side.
@avirk try checking that the BIOS has the correct boot order, it sounds like optical drive is first and it allows you to boot from hard disk, but, for some reason, boot from hard drive is not high up on the priority
for example, I had one laptop ages ago that had a dodgy nic, so, booting from nic would cause the system to reboot... placing hdd higher than nic in the boot order fixed the problem
well, to me, it sounds like the hard drive is fine - even has a boot sector and everything... the bios just isn't booting from it, but boots from optical drive fine... to me, that is perfect case of wrong boot order... as for rebooting, that just seems weird - but, hard drive may be missing alltogether and it just reboots on fail
A modified version of Paste and Go2 is available. To install it you have to go through some steps if you have the latest version of Firefox. Download the .xpi extension file on your system wherever you want to and now follow these steps.
1: Extract (unzip) the .xpi file. It is simply a zipped ...
There is no shortcut for this yet if I know correctly but you can do it by using AutoHotKey script very easily. First download the AHK for Windows and install it then run the following script.
#IfWinActive, - Mozilla Firefox$
Here Ctrl+M will focus...
In many countries the public telephone network has a single emergency telephone number (sometimes known as the universal emergency telephone number or occasionally the emergency services number) that allows a caller to contact local emergency services for assistance. The emergency number differs from country to country; it is typically a three-digit number so that it can be easily remembered and dialed quickly. Some countries have a different emergency number for each of the different emergency services; these often differ only by the last digit. In the European Union, '112' was introduced...
/me tends to have his old phones with non valid sim cards just in case ;p
@JourneymanGeek Sounds like the N8, which has two little Torx screws on either side to hold the top and bottom pieces in. Unscrew the bottom, pull it out, pull the battery out, pop a new on in and put it back together. Maybe 10 minutes for the first time.
If it's a snap fit, it gets more complicated but should still be doable - heck, if service centres can...
I've got a weird problem. Every so often my rooter (a Thompson TG585 v8 running version 220.127.116.11 of it's firmware) reboots itself.
It seems to be associated with this message in the event log:
FIREWALL replay check (1 of 2): Protocol: ICMP Src ip: 18.104.22.168 Dst ip: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Type:...
Assuming the router stops responding to pings as soon as it resets itself, you could ping -t 192.168.0.1 (or whatever), and while sniffing the network traffic, turn on his machine. See what was being sent by his machine right around when the router stops responding.
You should be able to narrow down which packet is tripping the router up by looking at the timing.