reddin's forum posts

#1 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

A lot of different thoughts, both good an bad, going through my head right now. But I'm sure all of them and more went through yours as well.

So all I'll say is good luck with the move, and I'll look forward to whatever content may come out of this.

#2 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

I can do little else but second @rustafur . The legally gray (at best) ways are pretty much the only way to get what you want unfortunately. I've been hoping for years now that they'll get some worthwhile streaming/VOD options on the official site, but all they're offering at the moment are some race highlights well after the race. The live-timing is nice though, but of little use to you.

In this case I'd suggest to get the full race with pre- and post-show and just watch it in parts whenever you get the chance. You'll be mostly up to speed by the end of it. If you think you have more time to spare you can also start with the qualifying to gain a little more in-depth knowledge.

#3 Edited by reddin (417 posts) -

@bigb69: Open up Computer Management and click Event Viewer, or search for Event Viewer directly, but I like the computer management screen.

Memory dumps can usually be found in c:\windows\memory.dmp and/or c:\windows\minidump\ but I doubt you're going to find those that useful :P.

This is based on win7 ultimate, and probably different for the various versions of windows and dependent on settings, so ymmv.

#4 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

Diagnosing hardware that you suspect might be failing is usually a process of elimination, so if you don't have spare parts to swap out or another PC to test different components its going to be hard to find out what's wrong.

That said, windows usually manages to create event logs and memory dumps that might give a little more insight into what's happening, so check those out.

#5 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

Diagnosing hardware that you suspect might be failing is usually a process of elimination, so if you don't have spare parts to swap out or another PC to test different components its going to be hard to find out what's wrong.

That said, windows usually manages to create event logs and memory dumps that might give a little more insight into what's happening, so check those out.

#6 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -
#7 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

A Barbarian. I think I was overlevelled, as I could just facetank him and didn't drop below half health :/. It was a bit anticlimactic really.

#8 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

Minecraft (modded to hell and back) is definitely my gaming comfort food. Just put on some music or a podcast and just explore, or build some shit.

For this specific bit of "hard times" though, I've been cruising around in Saints Row The 3rd, committing random acts of violence. My favorite thing to do is taking a car with the wheel spikes and slowly pulling up next to a truck, and watching it just go off on a mad rampage.

#9 Edited by reddin (417 posts) -

RIP duder.

#10 Posted by reddin (417 posts) -

Welp, guess they caught on that you can't load ads if you're not online..