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  1. It's here! My GTX 1060 has arrived! I shall be installing it later.

     

    i'm wondering if I should do one last trip with my GTX 650 before installing the new card or no, though. I'll decide later depending on how much free time I'll have after work.

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    2. Sentinel.

      Sentinel.

      I've been looking to get a new GPU, would be honoured if you gave me that 1080 there @Aragon0450 free of charge of course.

    3. The Imaginative Lad

      The Imaginative Lad

      I'll just sit here with a GTX 950M :( (Still plays all the games I want to play, usually maxed out).

      Can't replace it either, it's built into a laptop, but that's uni for you.

    4. Sentinel.

      Sentinel.

      At least you have a laptop, haha.

       

      Well once you finish university you will get a good job, earn big money and buy a drill (like the one in your picture) with not problems at all, i'm only 17 and in college but my future is planned ;)

       

      Server Engineer B)

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  2. I believe SCS might have broken the F12 key on ATS. No matter how many times I restart the game, F12 just won't take a screenshot as it normally would. And only ATS presents this problem. :\ Anybody else is having this issue?

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    2. NoTime4name

      NoTime4name

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    3. Lukas4544 [LTU]

      Lukas4544 [LTU]

      yep f12 is not working

    4. LordBenji

      LordBenji

      Hi @Anriandor:troll:

       

      And for the screenshot problem, that doesn't affect me as I don't play on ATS xD

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  3. Right then, time for an update on that little personal project I have been working on for weeks, now: https://forum.truckersmp.com/index.php?/profile/666-mike-dragon/&status=118068&type=status

     

    Well, long story short... It's not going all too well as I have expected, as ran into one big issue: The system is freezing/locking up. Long story long, though, here's what's going on...

     

    Except for a few days around the new year week and the past week, I have worked on this project basically non-stop since I started it. I have concluded the tests with the Pentium 4 processor and motherboard so since everything other than some games still refusing from running straight from their ISOs under Windows ME, seemed to work fine, I went ahead and disassembled the old Athlon XP system from the case and in its place, I assembled the Pentium 4 system.

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    Another boot of each one of the OSs after having assembled everything to make sure it was still working and I considered it finished and ready to be closed up and taken back to its place in my bedroom so I could configure Windows XP and ME and install my games to them (Windows 2000 had already been fully set up weeks prior, when I was toying around with this system to see if it was working).

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    And so I did! I organized the cables inside, closed the lid, cleaned up after the mess i had made on the table and put everything back in place and started to work on setting up the softwares, but first I wanted to enjoy some regular usage of Windows 2000, now that the PC was "finished" and back in place. And this is where things started to go downhill... You see... Windows 2000 completely died on me on the first use! D:

     

    The system froze completely and after a hard reset (it was the only way), it would no longer boot. I'd get a kernel error at first then an error when attempting to read from the disk. And that is an alarming error. Access Windows 2000's hard drive from Windows XP seemed to work fine so I began to try and recover the installation but since that failed as I'd still get the same errors, I began to run some hard drive tests to check if somehow the hard drive suddenly went from being perfectly fine to being bad. Right off the bat, while running a surface test under Windows XP, a bad block surfaced on the second block of the drive (would explain why it was failing to read from the disk at boot) and that really bummed me down. Reformat the whole thing did not work but the worst part is that, before I tried that, Windows XP also froze completely half way through the surface test. At first I thought that maybe it was because of the drive it was examining so instead of finishing the surface test after a reboot (thankfully Windows XP didn't break as well) I decided to go straight to the full format. Which also resulted in another full lock up. Same crap would happen when running these actions from a live mini Windows copy, loaded from Hiren's Boot, so I began to feel suspicious and tried with a different power supply, tested the RAM (again) among some other minor tests. No positive results, so far and Windows ME was also crashing incredibly bad when running some things or in some cases, just the OS itself. Why was I suspicious, though? Because absolutely none of these problems happened while the system was fully open on the table, earlier.

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    (Yes, I know it is bad to be directly on the floor. I am fully aware of it. Get this computer something to be put on so it won't sit on the floor is on the to-do list. The priority now, however, is get the PC to work normally as it is supposed to. Only then I'll worry about the rest.)

     

    With that in mind I began to think on what is different now from when the motherboard was being tested on the table of the living room and a couple things came to mind: The power supply (which I had already replaced for the same one I used for the tests on the table) and the IDE flat cables. One of the IDE cables I chose to use on the "new" system was taken from the older system. During one of the boot attempts, the secondary Master drive took too long to be detected and eventually failed to show up even on the BIOS. This drive was connected to the motherboard via this older IDE cable and it has Windows XP in it. So I replaced the cable! And it worked! Unfortunately that is all that worked. lol

     

    For weeks now I have been wanting to buy myself a second drive dock. I already have one that can sit two SATA hard drives at the same time and the second one I wanted had slots for IDE hard drives. I wasn't truly believing what the hard drive tests of the Windows 2000 HDD were telling me so I wanted to test that drive in another computer to have a "second opinion". So went ahead and ordered the new dock online. Once I had it, I plugged that drive into the dock on my work computer and ran all the tests on the drive, twice. And hey! Absolutely no issues were detected on the drive! :D Not even that bad block the first surface test under Windows XP had displayed. That cable I have changed might have been the culprit for that, though. So then i fully formatted the Windows 2000 drive yet again, plugged it back into the system (with the new cable) without the other drives connected and installed Windows again and set it up all over again to the state it was before it "broke". It is still working perfectly fine! dummy.gif So thankfully, that's one issue solved. But I still had the matter of the system fully locking up. Just browse the internet for a while on either Windows would trigger it. :(

     

    Back to testing with Windows XP (I didn't want to risk borking Windows 2000 again), I noticed that if just sitting idle, it would not lock up. But if I was browsing the internet for a while or playing a game for a while, it would. RAM and hard drive tests did not return and problems, the cables are new, the PSU is fine so what else could cause such issue to occur? Overheating? Well, i know for a fact that the Pentium 4 HT 661 does work a little warm, but the cooler I have for it is the same from when I got this processor and its heatsink doesn't feel hot to the touch and the fan seems to be spinning fine. So I installed AIDA 64 and launched the sensors monitor and what a weird sight I was presented with!

     

    On idle, the processor would sit at a normal temperature of around 45° C to 55° C, which given my room temperature and the type of cooler it has, was kind of expected. But what caught my attention really was the RPM of the fan. This is actually something I had also noticed in the system monitor on the BIOS, previously... according to the sensor, the fan was ranging from normal RPM to full throttle to a sudden halt (0 RPM). Visually, however, the fan did doesn't seem to be speeding up or down at all, though. Running a program called "Who Crashed", I found a crash log that, well, I don't really remember what it said, but it did hint at a couple possible causes for the crash it registered and it did mention that overheating could be one of such causes. Having that sensors monitor up on a second screen, I went ahead and started to play Need for Speed Most Wanted to intentionally stress the system and guess what? The system locked up after a while. When it did, I looked at the now frozen sensor monitor and it was basically telling me that the lockups are happening whenever the processor reaches 60 or 61 degrees celsius. So yeah... add that symptom to the fan's odd readings and perhaps the issue I am facing with this PC might be overheating caused by a defective fan, after all! I don't really know if that is indeed the issue, however. I don't have any means to test it as I haven't got a compatible cooler to install for testing. :(

     

    To end, last week I put the PC back together and terminated works on it for the time being. I seem to have narrowed down the issue to the processor cooler and overheating so at this point, there isn't anything else I can do but find a compatible cooler to replace and test. :\ Having said that, yesterday I started looking into some cheap options. This is an old system and my budget is quite limited at the moment, so I don't want to spend much on it. Especially if the problem really isn't the cooler, after all. But yeah, I've been looking into cheap options and the DeepCool Gammaxx 200T DP-MCH2-GMX200T has been standing out to me as a viable choice for this processor.

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    It doesn't cost much and according to some specs I read on DeepCool's website and a video review of it on YouTube, it supports processors with TDP of up to 100w (my Pentium 4 has a TDP of 86w) and has a good performance for such budget cooler. I am highly tempted to buy it. :I What do you think? The main difference from when I was testing this PC on the table to now is that unlike during the tests, I now have the system fully assembled and less exposed to fresh air. Plus, it's being used for much longer than when I was just testing it on the table so unlike then, now it has been given the proper chances and means to heat up and show some flaws. I am not too confident that replacing the cooler will fix these issues I just described, as the CPU FAN header on the motherboard could be bad (perhaps I could take that cooler and test on another motherboard... I think I might have some board where I can use it to see if the RPM of the fan will also be erratic), but even if not, a better cooler is always a welcome thing to have!

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    2. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      Been working for several years with no issues, though. If it didn't explode yet, its unlikely that it will, at all. I know what I am doing, Kravatie.

    3. PUSHROD

      PUSHROD

      Mike I'm pretty sure when you were bench testing & had the processer apart, you replaced the paste before reinstalling the processer( I hope). This issue happened to me once before causing heating issues. I would say the cooler you are getting should handle the problem, if not tear it back down & run it on the table where it was working oh so well before. Heating issues can only be solved by air flow or sensor/fan hardware. But it does make sense that is the problem. Don't give up on it, you have come too far. Take a deep breath & rest then tackle it another time. I have had windows 10 issues for days now. Microsoft can't even figure it out which show's they throw NEW releases out & haven't a clue or don't care just let the public figure it out for them. Any way keep us posted my friend. :<)

       

    4. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      I haven't removed the cooler/processor after the testing weeks prior to assembling the Pentium 4 into the Athlon's case but if I were to do that, of course that I would clean it up and put some new thermal paste. That's a standard procedure, after all! 

       

      For now I am taking a break from this project but I do intent on taking this PC back on the table, alongside my dad's old system (motherboard+processor+cooler and RAM) to do some testing of the cooler. His old system has a Core 2 Quad that other than some jankyness on a couple SATA ports on the motherboard, is working perfectly so I want to plug the Pentium 4 cooler on that motherboard to see how the RPM counter for it will behave there as well as plug the Core 2 Quad's cooler to the Pentium 4 motherboard to see how the RPM of that one will behave there. If the issue is really the Pentium 4's cooler, the RPM counter should display the same behavior on the Core 2 Quad system. If the issue isn't the cooler but rather, the CPU FAN connection on the motherboard, then not only the Pentium 4's cooler will behave normally on the Core 2 Quad motherboard, but the 2 Quad's cooler should present the RPM issues on the Pentium 4 motherboard. This test should tell me if I should go ahead and buy that new cooler after all or not.

       

      Ugh... Windows 10... The more I use and service it, the more I dislike it, really. As per usual with any larger update, this last one reset many of my custom and standard settings so I had to redo them all over again on my second PC and forced me to find a newer version of StartIsBack++ because 1809 has decided that the current version I had is so incompatible that it should not even attempt to start. I am not sure if Windows Defender is fully dependent of Windows Update to update its virus database definitions but if it isn't, then I might go ahead and fiddle with the registry to disable Windows Update on that PC. I am extremely tempted to do it.

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  4. My latest report has been reviewed and dealt with. The perpetrator has been banned. Excellent! -3- Another successful report to my collection. :)

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    2. Skywalker93

      Skywalker93

      of course WE have * sorry...

      yeah..

      (:

    3. Killua  // Ireland ^_^
    4. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      These are only half of mine. The other half happened before the reports system was redesigned earlier this year. In total I have made 37 reports so far and out of these 37, 37 have been successful.

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      With that being said, it does say one has been declined, however, that's the same report as the last one on the very bottom. What happened is that I accidentally informed the wrong ID on the first try. Once I got the ID right and re-filed the report, it was accepted, so that "Declined" doesn't count. I still have a 100% rate of approvals on my reports. -3-

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  5. I haven't been to Rotterdam/Europport ever since ATS was released. In fact, I have barely touched ETS2 since. Though since at this exact moment most players are on ETS2's EU#2 and I need some footage for my series (and cars got permission to pass through Europoort), I am considering to grab my Skoda and venture there to see what's going on. Very likely that I will regret this decision but I am tempted to. I'd rather venture through Oxnard, though, but there aren't many people on ATS, right now. :\

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    2. Darth Wazawai

      Darth Wazawai

       

      heres mine with a car that cuts in front and i crash into it because their game crashed...

    3. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      ^

      That was very unfortunate. D: I've had it happen to me a couple times. It's quite unpleasant.

    4. Darth Wazawai

      Darth Wazawai

      yea it's ok tho i have tons of money :D

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  6. Don't know if you have noticed, but I'm all over the news, now. 

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    :troll:

  7. I'm feeling SO bored right now, that I'm on that stage of boredom in which I don't feel like doing absolutely anything, at all.

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    2. Lukas4544 [LTU]

      Lukas4544 [LTU]

      ^ :D geras burgeriukas 

    3. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      @FrankoIT

      I do have a commission to finish. Well, three, actually. Though I am not in the mood to draw. .-.

    4. SgtBreadStick

      SgtBreadStick

      All i can do is well either be bothered to code a website, do themes for different forums or just sit here doing nothing.

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  8. MP support for the new ATS update came REALLY quickly, this time! O_o Anyway... although the servers are very few people on, I'll go on ATS's US#1 and do one delivery with the new truck. Haven't had a chance to drive the new beast yet.

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    2. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      I have no idea. All I know is that it works with automatic and I find it to have quick acceleration. lol

    3. antrax737

      antrax737

      One more thing for me to try i guess :D tnx :)

    4. Mike Dragon
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  9. I wish SCS would talk about the bus/coach simulator DLC for ETS2. Either news on the progress of the project or to inform if it has been cancelled. :(

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    We've had the stations and stops for ages, now, but no word on the buses since way before ATS's development was announced. (Don't even think about suggesting bus mods, please. I don't care about mods. I want the real deal.)

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    2. Killua  // Ireland ^_^

      Killua // Ireland ^_^

      seeing as u work for SCS :P 

    3. LordBenji

      LordBenji

      List of things I want: Buses, Oversize loads, Food, Tandem trailers, Company skins on trucks

    4. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      @RootKiller, my good sir... that smile better mean something really good!! O-O

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    The new case I ordered has arrived earlier today! dummy.gif 

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    I am not changing computers, only the case. My current case is fine but it is no longer suitable for the hardware I have. It was perfect for what I had when I built is, years ago, but as I upgraded, it "became" small for the hardware. As such, there is very little space inside and given the fact that I have FOUR hard drives plus a GTX 1060 and a Core i5 with a stock cooler (a cooler upgrade is next in my upgrades list, btw) plus a 600W Corsair PSU, the heat it all generates inside of a case that has poor air circulation has been a problem. So for that reason (and internal space), I bought this new case which is larger and has a far superior internal air flow. For reference, the case below is what hosts my PC, currently:

     

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    Definitely not a good case for the hardware I have, currently. :thisisfine: I like it, though. But I do need to replace it.

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    2. FBTC - Raaphael

      FBTC - Raaphael

      Hmm. I understand.:) If I could, I would install it on mine. But my computer is closed, with no transparent side cover.-_- So I have three red fan coolers.^_^

    3. DerAmpelmann

      DerAmpelmann

      For a moment I thought the side window was cracked because of what the plastic cover made it look like. :thisisfine:

    4. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      Removing the plastic is always a magical moment. I'm saving it for when the rebuilding is complete. :P

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  11. Hey you, person! Check this out.

     

    Featuring @HerrSwizz, @JeKnYan and @Digi7al on this episode. Thanks for submitting your clips, guys! :)

  12. Guys, guys! Notice how the trailer is TOO close to the cab and the paintjob decal extends over it.

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    Could this be it? Could this FINALLY be the rigid trucks we've been waiting for for years!? :o Whatever it is, SCS thinks its cool enough to start teasing us!

    https://twitter.com/SCSsoftware/status/971355227428474881

     

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    2. ALLIANCE Jean M. (SP-BR)

      ALLIANCE Jean M. (SP-BR)

      Acho que é um novo chassis para scania, 8x4.. 

      Vamos aguardar e ver o que é, mas realmente estou curioso.

       

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      Essa foi uma das opiniões no twitter da SCS que faz eu acreditar que seja um 8x4, algo que queria muito é que a Mighty Griffin DLC ganhasse suporte para a nova scania, ao invés de ficar usando aqueles mods malucos.

    3. Killua  // Ireland ^_^

      Killua // Ireland ^_^

      Shame its not rigids/tandems but nice to have an 8x4 on new Scania :)

    4. David E.

      David E.

      8x4 na nova Scania provávelmente, mas tandens sería massa também

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  13. Man, I spent the past five/six hours drawing. I'm dead! Made a lot of progress on a commission and a new thing I just started, though! Really worth it. :)

  14. I absolutely love these new rims! :D

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    Too bad only the owners of the Raven Design DLC will be able to see them on MP once support is added. There aren't really that many of us around, these days. :( Not when you take into consideration how MANY more people joined after the event that awarded this DLC, years ago.

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    2. [VIVΛ HH] KЯΛVΛTIΞ

      [VIVΛ HH] KЯΛVΛTIΞ

      na the dlc is pointless

       

      black rims and 2 ugly skins

    3. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      @JarFull

      They did say the DLC would never be obtainable through other means other than the event.

    4. chipmunk197

      chipmunk197

      @Mike Dragon this was the Christmas of 2014 special DLC ended 2nd week of 2015

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  15. Curse you YouTube for making all of my always butter-smooth videos all choppy since last December! >:(

     

    Anyway... Crashes Compilation 29 is finally out. Enjoy! Sorry for the random choppiness. That's YouTube's fault.

    On this episode:

    @Smalley, @Killua (DavidOC93), @DJ Lewis, @Digi7al, @SgtBreadStick.

     

    P.S: Thanks for the submissions as always, David. :) What didn't make into this one will be included on the next.

  16. I don't normally accept friend invites from people I don't know on Steam, I've said this many times and yet I still get getting invites from randos. I still got a bunch left on my list to decide what to do with so please, if your name is in the list, say who you are and tell me why I should I accept your invitation, please, 'cause I either have no idea who you are or I really can't remember.

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    2. BloatedHook302

      BloatedHook302

      Well for me,  I usually don't accept friend request unless I know them personally. Yet, I'd get some random ask me to "How to record?" or "How to become a streamer/Youtuber?" or etc. As I said, don't accept them unless you know them personally.

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  17. Pro tip to never be banned: Don't ever break the rules! It's actually easier than breathing!

  18. Well, would you look at that! :D

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    3. LordBenji

      LordBenji

      Congratz! And a sweet friend of mine also became Trial admin :D 

    4. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      Thank you so much! :D

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  19. It's tomorrow! o3o

     

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    2. A Simple Cheeseburger

      A Simple Cheeseburger

      Maybe I should scare them into submission, cause that always works...

       

       

      ATTENTION MR/MS SCS! It has been some minutes and you uabe jot replied to my email. A swat team has been dispatched to your location to forcefully retrieve my copy of the DLC

      GIVE IT TO ME NOW AND I CAN CALL THEM OFF

       

      P.S nice work so far love the games :)

       

      Pineapples are nice

      Kirk was the best captain

       

      Cheseburger

    3. Killua  // Ireland ^_^
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  20. I haven't posted here in a while.

     

     

     

     

    Eeeeeh... I've got nothing to actually put here at the moment soooo.... Good night!

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  21. Crazy idea of the day that will never happen:

     

    Windows 2000 was a great operating system and should be revived for modern use while retaining it's original features and appearance.

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    2. NoTime4name

      NoTime4name

      I remember in around 2001 me and my uncle played Pinball a lot against each other on a computer that had ME and well, we'd be lucky if it didn't bluescreen during a match :P Not that I minded because he was ridiculously good at it. That computer is still in the exact same spot today, probably still has ME on it too

    3. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      To be honest, I always liked ME. Still do, actually! It's just a shame it was so unstable. It introduced some nice things we take for granted today. Movie Maker was "born" in it and native USB without the need for extra drivers or patches also began on ME. Windows 98 also had USB support but you'd still need drivers, even for a simple thumb drive. Not on ME, though. The first computer I had (was the family's, actually) was bought in 2001. My dad bought it very shortly before Windows XP was launched, in fact. It was a Celeron 566MHz, 32MB of RAM and a 6.5 GB hard drive running Windows ME, which shortly after we got replaced by Windows 95, 2000 then 98, which we used for a while before we settled on Windows XP about a year or two later. I still have that PC and it still works. It's safely boxed in in my bedroom, though. After years of service it received some upgrades and by the end of its useful life, it was powered by a Pentium III 800MHz, 384MB of RAM and 2 80 GB IDE hard drives alongside the original 6.5 GB one. Man, even though the motherboard sucked and couldn't handle an offboard graphics card, I played the heck out of Need for Speed II, Need for Speed III and Need for Speed High Stakes on that system. Lots of Age of Empires II and King of the Road, too! Good times!

       

      I had it running Windows XP in dual boot with Windows ME by the time it was retired. Surprisingly enough, though, I never really had many issues with ME, myself. Maybe that's why I'm kinda fond of it despite knowing well its flaws.

    4. Baymax.

      Baymax.

      @Miles! thanks for putting me into the pic

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  22. 32 minutes of raw footage but I made it! I survived Death Road all the from Calais to Duisburg. :D A minor "touch" at the end but very tiny stuff. Wouldn't really consider it. Can't say the same about @Smalley, though. lol Poor guy had a head-on collision right before my eyes. :c

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    2. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      I had to put my computer under maintenance so only now I could "extract" from the footage, the near miss you had, @Smalley. Here's what I saw.

       

      The car did a pretty neat flip, though!

    3. Smalley

      Smalley

      lol it was quite a near miss. If I didnt pull over then I would of got it worst. Luckily it was just a scratch

    4. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      The funny thing is that right after that he says "don't text and drive kids!", even though it was him who invaded your lane. lol

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  23. Hmm...

     

    They are currently accepting applications for Support Team and are in need of someone who can speak Portuguese and English fluently enough. For ages I've considered the possibility of applying for support or moderation but... uugh... do I really want to get myself into this stuff? I mean, I've been admin and moderator on another community for many years, I know the job and all but it was a much smaller community. Compared to that, Truckers MP is massive! I probably wouldn't be accepted but if I did, would I actually be able to cope with the workload? I don't know! I'd have to monitor stuff, assist tons of people on a daily basis, I'm assuming... I kind of fear it would be too much for me to take on at the moment. :I

  24. Loving this game! :D

     

    I can't win a single match against even the AI (I'm just bad at fighting games. Not afraid to admit it lol) but I am having fun!

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    3. Mike Dragon

      Mike Dragon

      Estou jogando no controle, mas com o teclado também funciona bem.

    4. David E.

      David E.

      Realmente, eu não sei se me arriscaria. Enfim, bom divertimento com seu novo game.

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