There's usually up to 3 moving parts, fuel release, spark, and a fuel control. The fuelcontrol is usually a slider denoted with a +/- on either end. Otherwise, if apart does not move, then you don't need to worry about it.
Any way to reset or delete color calibrations? Whenever I run a game on true fullscreen it overrides the default Windows calibration, which is pretty annoying. I'm on a laptop with a 960M and 4920k if that helps.
>>22382 I like true fullscreen better than borderless for some games.
Also, I looked through a previous thread with the same issue and someone said to do shit with Win+P, which I tried, but it didn't remove the calibrated profile when I switched back and ran a game on true fullscreen.
Does anyone have that picture of the girl on her computer during new years, it kinda like a comic strip. 1st she looks at the computer, then its new years and makes a peace sign at the camera, then its 00:01 and she continues on the computer.
>>22237 Well, I'd expand a bit on #2. People who are not lonely and spend too much during the holidays tend to off themselves when they see how fucked they are a couple weeks later. This is more common than you think. New Year's and all brings a lot of despair too. Those who have serious problems and give themselves a chance to fix them as new year's resolutions only to later realise there is no way out of their shit kill themselves too.
>>22256 I'll take note of that. This is for my data project, I'm mostly just analyzing this from a purely numerical standpoint. Part of the project is to conduct a survey to see what people think about my chosen myth.
So, I've got this tablet, acer w3-810, and I dun fucked up and forgot my uefi( / bios) password. Been trying to crack it for a few days now. For specs, this page works: http://www.engadget.com/products/acer/iconia/w3/specs/ Note that this thing is running faildows 10. For the curious on why I even need to muck around in such a limited bios, I want to get the system to boot linux, and need to get to some specific boot options. The system is 32bit, and runs a 32bit uefi, so it's going to be an uphill battle to get anything aside from winfails to boot on the thing.
Anyways, what I've tried to remove the password: Taking it apart to remove the CMOS battery. --> No apparent battery on the motherboard. Suspicion of no CMOS battery furthered by the fact that the battery was drained for a few months, and the time and date was wrong.
Trying the acer esettings program. --> Doesn't work because its dated as fuck and doesn't even recognize my system as an acer.
Entering the BIOS password until given a code / using a master password. --> No code is given, just goes to halting the system. There could be a key combo to get one, but I haven't found it, same thing for a master password that works.
Reflashing the BIOS. --> Not sure if the BIOS program by acer actually flashes if the versions are the same. It just goes straight to rebooting after executing. Either way, doesn't help.
Pressing the reset button on the tablet. --> Seems to re-calibrate the battery (Which was needed anyways), but doesn't seem to purge the OS to factory, like it did on windows 8.
Tried a program which attempts to invalidate the CMOS checksum. --> No effect, at all.
Tried using the debug command, and entering an arbitrary string. --> Probably some effect, but nothing I noticed. (inb4 introduced backdoor).
So, what have I also looked at? The bios file, (found at: http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/drivers/4788;-;W3-810) is apparently a "Ceetah_BIOS". Further analysis of this file leads me to find that it is a heavily skinned insyde h20 BIOS. The internals of the executable contains: Insyde Capsule Update tool, a .bin file, a .efi file, and a digital signature file. The .bin and .efi file can be further opened to find similarly named files, which seem to be configuration files of some sort. Running either the eif, or bin file files through bios identifiers do result in them saying it is an intel bios, however, they do not seem to extract any actual bios files.
As alluded to earlier, I've also looked into master passwords, or at least getting a code for re-generating the password I have. I've tried spamming the f keys at various parts of entering the password, but I'm still open to suggestion there. I've also failed to find a master password through analysis of the file through a demo of IDA. (Although I'm a complete n00b, and lack almost any understanding of most of the program too).
What else hasn't been stated?: I didn't completely disassemble the tablet, so I could've missed a CMOS battery. There are no teardown guides for the machine. The files were opened using 7zip. The password is likely stored on NAND, rather than CMOS RAM. (Speculation). Yes, I legally own the machine. Bought it off ebay refurbished 9 months ago, and still have the box, and an emailed receipt. I have not contacted acer about a password reset, but from what I understand they charge around $100, which is more than what I got the tablet for. The tablet is the 64gb variant.
Any help or pointers would be massively appreciated. (^_^)
If you liked Chaika there's Scrapped Princess by the same author. But if you've seen old titles like Louie and Gokudo I think you'll struggle to find many recommendations.
Fortune Quest was an okay comedy fantasy OVA. Bit like Slayers. Magic Knight Rayearth is arguably a similar sort of adventure story. How did you feel about Akatsuki no Yona? Shoujo fantasy like Twelve Kingdoms or Saiunkoku might be close enough for you.
Pirate windows 7 instead. There are a million guides and it's fairly easy.
Shelling out too much for the PSU. EVGA makes good modular ones, you can get a 750w for less than $100. You're build isn't even going to use that much, use a PSU calculator if you want to see what's the minimum amount needed.
If the SSD is your primary drive you will run out of space fairy quickly. 240gb isn't that much.
>>22203 Going off of this, I'd recommend getting a high storage (2-4TB) HDD alongside your 240GB SSD. When it comes to most things, an SSD is not that necessary, so for obvious stuff (reading, movies, etc) there's no point in using an SSD.
Need help finding the name of a song I remember hearing as a child. It was like an african tribe song or some shit. I remember hearing it from a zoo commercial. It went like " wake me up waaayyy heyyy zoah mateooo zoah mateoooo WAH!!". If you know it, help would be appreciated. Pic unrelated
download it, use the USB tool application to transfer to your flash drive, plug into new computer, turn on new computer and go to your BIOS (whatever F key it is, depending on mobo), find option to boot off the plugged in flash drive. You will then download windows on whichever drive you want.
Requesting a reaction photo... it's a guy who I think is asian and his eyes are opened really big and he looks like kind of astonished with a possibility of climaxing. Sorry that might not be the best description.
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