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Computer fans keep running at full speed for no reason

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- Fri, 06 Dec 2019 13:42:23 EST qVCc0pAW No.122633
File: 1575657743860.jpg -(45172B / 44.11KB, 540x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Computer fans keep running at full speed for no reason
Hey guys, I'm a brother from /psy/, first post here.

I bought myself a custom built PC second hand for a fairly good price and the fans keep running at full speed ALL THE FUCKING TIME, non-stop, FOR ABSOLUTELY NO REASON.

I tried disabling in the device manager one of my graphic cards (the Intel HD Graphics 4600 that came with the mother board) to keep only the Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, but that didn't change anything.

I really don't know what to do and it's driving me crazy.

Plz halp?


Here are some specs in case it helps:
Windows 10 Home
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 quad core, 8 threads 3.60GHz
RAM: 16gb
Graphic card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 by Gigabyte
Power supply: Thermaltake TR2 600W
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JohnFuckinglock.cmf - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 10:41:14 EST qVCc0pAW No.122654 Reply
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Alright boys and gals, I found out what the problem was. Or maybe part of the problem. So I installed SpeedFan and it lets me control the speed of three internal fans (motherboard, GPU and one other, I think). But I still have 6 other fans on the computer case. These, on the other hand, are not controllable via my BIOS. So I'll need to install an external hardware controller that I'll install on my case. That was my conclusion yesterday and Gigabyte said the same thing in their response.

On the other hand, whenever I set the internal fans on "smartguardian" (controlled automatically by the motherboard), the fans speed up anyway, so my initial problem is not completely irrelevant.

I'll buy an external controller and set the other fans with SpeedFan and I'll bare with it. The fans on the case are noisier than the others anyway.


>>122652
That was a false reading, indeed. I tested the readings with HWMonitor and they all seemed OK.
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AngusClublingfure.mpp - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 15:50:13 EST NbDFv8Xr No.122656 Reply
Do, if you have win 10. Just reinstall, make sure you have motherboard drivers, install before windows update. (leave your comp internet disabled) You can install win 10 without a connection. Reinstall without the vid card.

Know your motherboard, it should need no updates,
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FuckGrandhall.xif - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 17:06:04 EST psoj+pHn No.122657 Reply
>>122654
You can also get slower fans for just regular case airflow or in some cases actually make an adapter to run them at lower voltage.
Most fans won't spin up on the 5 volt line. But you can also reroute the negative pin from a molex adapter to the 5 volt line and the result is that they get the difference between the 12 volt line and the 5 volt line. 7 volts. Most fans actually will work at 7 volts.

Should I upgrade my CPU?

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 09:22:42 EST eTwrotpe No.122353
File: 1562678562744.jpg -(251138B / 245.25KB, 1191x1500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Should I upgrade my CPU?
I have an i7 2600k, it's nearly a decade old. It runs fine, but just wondering if newer CPUs are good enough to blitz this thing to the point where I'd realise a difference if I upgrade.
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CedricFanhall.fla - Fri, 06 Dec 2019 07:07:09 EST hqDBMJY0 No.122632 Reply
If you do not use your PC for video games I think it ie enough chracterystics. Iuse my PC for work mainly so I needto have strong one. Btw, my work connects to crm platforms. I use Espo Crm on https://www.espocrm.com/download/
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 15:06:19 EST zwV4b3zR No.122655 Reply
It's about on par with a modern era core i3.

Issues with my graphics and display

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- Wed, 11 Dec 2019 03:32:45 EST p8XwGUuM No.122648
File: 1576053165521.jpg -(3270667B / 3.12MB, 4032x1960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Issues with my graphics and display
I spent 9 hours straight playing a game and my screen started doing this. I have never seen this before, and my PC was not very stressed during those 9 hours so I am really just guessing here. Is this the end? I'm going to replace the video cable and if that doesn't fix it, I am just going to assume it is going to cost me more than $100 and I'll not bother fixing this old thing.

I suppose I should try out a different driver if the cable doesn't change anything?
This is the most severe case, by the way. It is not ALWAYS this bad, but it does get pretty bad at times.

Self taught Java

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- Mon, 18 Nov 2019 08:19:13 EST 8PzEGL/q No.122597
File: 1574083153592.jpg -(86363B / 84.34KB, 500x667) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Self taught Java
Could anybody who has self taught java from scratch please point me in the direction of some good online resources to learn the language?

I found this online course but it's from 2013... will it still be useful if I install netbeans and work through the problems while doing some background reading where i can?

This is the course
http://moocfi.github.io/courses/2013/programming-part-1/

Also are there any good just general basics of coding background knowledge videos or something?
any book reccomendations would be appreciated, especially if there is any chance of torrenting cause i'm broke right now.
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PhyllisMammletone.asc - Wed, 27 Nov 2019 16:48:56 EST REieIh6b No.122614 Reply
I didn't give up yet.

nb
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NicholasFuddlefod.pcl - Tue, 10 Dec 2019 01:04:43 EST dpB7ZsTm No.122643 Reply
>>122614
i dont know if youll see this just go on youtube and use keywords like java tutorial and you will find videos that are about 4 hrs long or an hour long. also developing web pages with java is another keyword. also pirate bay is your friend
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EugeneCishwad.shtml - Tue, 10 Dec 2019 17:21:45 EST 8PzEGL/q No.122647 Reply
>>122643
thanks man. keeping motivated is hard but your reply has given me a boost

Teaching your self how to computer good

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- Wed, 10 Apr 2019 05:16:46 EST v849/pLO No.122233
File: 1554887806356.png -(266652B / 260.40KB, 1346x692) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Teaching your self how to computer good
I'm teaching my self to use unreal engine and blender from youtube and other online sources.

Any one else self taught on interesting software?
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BeatriceDarrynit.dat - Tue, 10 Dec 2019 01:48:56 EST MV6HyM9Z No.122644 Reply
What about crm systems? Have you experience of using it? I have online business and I follow https://www.espocrm.com/download/ this crm platoform for a while. In the near future I want to study some programming languages.
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James Randi - Tue, 10 Dec 2019 03:00:24 EST dUYiTWXV No.122645 Reply
>>122644
I have no idea what your talking about, this almost sounds like a bot talking.

human skeleton technology questions

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- Wed, 04 Dec 2019 01:24:28 EST M0WTvsFe No.122626
File: 1575440668767.jpg -(76639B / 74.84KB, 600x840) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. human skeleton technology questions
if the human skeleton was a motherboard, where would the mounting points be?

How to keep a site

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- Thu, 19 Sep 2019 11:55:13 EST Qx3lfgFz No.122472
File: 1568908513481.jpg -(54731B / 53.45KB, 500x303) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How to keep a site
I've been thinking of getting a website of my own just for fun (not a chan, just for personal stuff and jokes and maybe later re-use the address+server for a lil mini-business thing), and to make an inside-joke abstract webNewspaper to make the day of some people I know. I've already checked that the address I want is free and not too expensive, but I've no idea where to go from there.
Is there any good collected page with info about just, how to run a website?
As far as I understand you would rather rent a small server-instance from some bigger company rather than selfhost and invite weird traffic to your home-network?
Also how hard would it be to set up my own mail-server on the site (is that even included when you buy an address)? Like, would it be a bad idea for a webstuff-noob like me that might misconfigure something or is it pretty straightforward (as long as you're not too daft to grok the manuals)?
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CedricSmallson.msg - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 00:57:57 EST 3s/R4A0K No.122625 Reply
>>122472
A lot of avenues. I set up apache on windows and made a basic webpage. With links that actually worked. Took like 20 minutes. It looked fairly professional for the time. If something didn't fit, made a few changes. That was about the extent. Maybe set what you are thinking on localhost, your computer. A Virtual machine maybe of an OS that your host may offer. When you get it how you want you can I guess FTP it to your host when you have it the way you want. I think that is how most would do it. SSH to your project to administer it. It would be easier to start this from your computer, rather than starting it off remotely.

In the past free shell accounts offered webspace. Still do. Or you can pay for the services to run
whatever you like on. You could set up a usenet server. That should keep you busy, maybe on or
with centos? Yea, install apache locally. You should get the basic basics pretty quickly. Then go
from there.
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ThomasDickledock.scr - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 01:25:59 EST M0WTvsFe No.122627 Reply
it is pretty straightforward, i use whois.com. you can use the tool Softaculous from your control panel to install different software on the site, in different directories. Also 24/7 chat support is great and included. This applies for most web hosts as far as I know. email is included in the domain.
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NathanielSerrykore.eml - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 04:59:44 EST hqDBMJY0 No.122629 Reply
>>122472
You can use free site makers for example or contact with developers. I made site by myself for my business and here got crm platform https://www.espocrm.com guys, get up and running quickly, plus it has full set of features.

Antimalware

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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 17:02:44 EST DX1Np45+ No.122417
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best anti-malware software?
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ThomasDickledock.scr - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 01:27:17 EST M0WTvsFe No.122628 Reply
I use Common Sense 2019 Pro

Black Friday

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- Sat, 23 Nov 2019 18:16:28 EST bggnD4Hk No.122608
File: 1574550988755.jpg -(322858B / 315.29KB, 1080x1350) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Black Friday
Thinking about upgrading to new, built PC on black friday, where would you shop ? Onlne, or brick? Am I right to be steering away from refurbished units?
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JamesCicklesudge.mdl - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 01:48:27 EST TOmHsgwD No.122611 Reply
>>122608
I am under the impression that refurbished may mean devices may have considerable hidden known or undisclosed flaws, which may make them
plentiful and inexpensive to the consumer. We talked about this and the
conclusion is buyer beware. Research the product alone at least.
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HeddaGoodbury.nlm - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 22:41:55 EST sw7bxPVc No.122612 Reply
>>122608
Refurbished isn't that bad. Was returned for some reason. May not have even been damaged, or was damaged but fixed. Make sure there's a good return policy.
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MatildaPondercocke.html - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:37:18 EST s64QoJo9 No.122622 Reply
>>122608
Latefag here. I would still go with Amazon, even if I were not late.

Barebones build with Ryzen 3rd gen

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- Tue, 03 Dec 2019 00:18:07 EST pFBr4RxB No.122618
File: 1575350287461.jpg -(96528B / 94.27KB, 818x546) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Barebones build with Ryzen 3rd gen
Hey my noggles, my desktop took a shit after shipping around the world and now I've got to build a new one. Salvaging components from it so it shouldn't be too bad.

Wonder what you recommend. I need CPU/momboard/power supply/case only. Looking to go midrange pretty much all the way, and trying not to spend more than $500.

CPU: Taking advantage of that new 3rd gen Ryzen with an AMD Ryzen 5 3600. Seems like a good midpoint
Mobo: Something that supports this CPU, is reliable, and has an M.2 port in case I get an NVMe SSD later on.
Power supply: Reliable, has sum juice. Vid card uses 80w. Probably can do with around 500W. I dunno, not good with computer.
Case: Simple but solid, ideally with some USB ports in the front. No gay lights.

Is the CPU a good choice? What should I go with for the rest? Thank you for your coolness

wireles keyboards may not be safe.

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- Wed, 30 Oct 2019 19:43:30 EST Zl/SHN6M No.122561
File: 1572479010365.jpg -(56263B / 54.94KB, 800x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. wireles keyboards may not be safe.
this was brought up years ago, some people tried to snuff it off as, paranoid, what do you have to hide anyway, bla bla. Paranoid liberal bs. By the nature of how wireless works, there was no doubt it would be exploited. I beleive that the earliest versions had no realistic encryption mechanism, nothing better than wep level at the best.

So did come into play. Obvious. Some corporations did develop effective measures before this came to light.

The idea that one would have to be within 30 feet as that would be the limitation distance anyway of the devices range, yea sure. if it were even possible. Well, if that were the case, there are devices than can amplify faint signals. So that thought of 30 ft at best is still, or was still a no-go.

Possibilities of having control of a signal from a keyboard and mose. Anything is possible. This issue was posed on this group as well some years back. It did come to be.
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JamesCicklesudge.mdl - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 01:41:59 EST TOmHsgwD No.122610 Reply
>>122567
>https://security.stackexchange.com/questions/199232/can-i-find-out-what-encryption-is-used-by-my-android-bluetooth-keyboard

That's just great! Somebody asked if their android keyboard had some sort of encryption scheme. It almost a laughable at best.

The original point was people scoffed about wireless devices being insecure. That came to pass. But most 'bluetooth' devices are fine if they are somewhat recent as was mentioned. What time frame would this be.

Best bet would be noting the device and google if it is vulnerable, if it is, does the manufacturer offer a 'patch.' Many manufacturers
will never offer a patch, even if they could.
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IanBliddlepot.asm - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 02:15:38 EST KxU0vgLD No.122613 Reply
>>122610
There was this home smart home package. It offered security, like surveillance, with built in intruder detection. It worked on frequencies. Or a frequency. A simple tone generator could reproduce this frequency and render the trespassers intruders presence useless if it were stronger. Even breaking directly into a persons residence. Unless they had optional separate measures on their doors, windows. A dog that would alert to an intruder. All bets were off.

It was discounted that this and other systems were not built for reasonable security by the manufacturer, but more-so a security convince. Although many of these had been marked as reputable security presences in the industry. It really is even worse than that.

Smart tvs, what a mess. The NSA developed a backdoor to be capable to listen to conversations, leave the webcam on, even though the security settings, or basic settings were turned off. Even with the tv off this was possible. This got into the hands hackers/crackers. Big surprise. Didn't have to be NSA to figure this one out either though. Even without the manufacturers direct help.

If one were technically inclined to notice inconsistencies and detectable flaws could figure this all out. It's hooked up to your network, hence smart tv. So really anything beyond could be possible.

Email on a smart tv, google serrviesis a good example. Your everything could be just as well not even
be encrypted. Which services, such as firetv does like gmail services. One setting it it 'asks', is sharing your network passpharase.
Yes it is almost laughable.

Home security cameras. What port is open? Is it instantly vulnerable or not? OK. There were lists of open cams, some were home cams, some buisness, front door cameras. Today, well established websites offer security flaw of devices, laptops, smart devices, offer instructions on howto hack these. No need to join hacker groups or read hacker sites to get information. Mainstream security and tech websites offer these instructions. Why are they not prosecuted? Why should they be. They are exposing flaws that $$$ is overshadowing peoples security.

The work I do ocassionally, if somebody has tape over their webcam on their laptop, I don't even really think twice about it. Many laptops
out there have no patches. I did notice a lot of wireless logitech keyboards surface. Some were are not that out of date. A reason for this suddenly? Refer t op post. Not just logitech. Some got patches, some needed none, some even if they could be patched weren't offered patches. Some, would be impossible to patch.
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HannahSittingshaw.xif - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 01:33:36 EST NbDFv8Xr No.122615 Reply
>>122613
People use WPS in troubleshooting a smart tv. The guy said, I want you to go to your router, I knew what he was going to say. He said there is a button that says WPS. I said no, if thats all you can do, I think we are done here. He said, yes I do understand where you are coming from, security. Lets try a few other things.

recovery of imgbox images

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- Tue, 19 Nov 2019 00:55:48 EST XJ4uMyCu No.122599
File: 1574142948406.jpg -(30635B / 29.92KB, 768x762) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. recovery of imgbox images
i've recently deleted a 500 image gallery by accident. The image platform is imgbox. is there a way to reverse this, or get the images back?
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JennyPushbanks.mov - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 02:54:56 EST 7D3bOHe4 No.122602 Reply
>>122599
call their tech support, I don't know much or anything about it all but it maybe still be there. Just keep from messing with the account, or may lose it if it was possible to be recovered.

ClamAVs crappy linux gui (TK) does not indicate false-positives..help

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- Sun, 17 Nov 2019 19:47:24 EST Zhg3GjpF No.122588
File: 1574038044634.png -(272621B / 266.23KB, 1366x768) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. ClamAVs crappy linux gui (TK) does not indicate false-positives..help
So, I have very good reasons to know my win7 x64, despite my 22 years of experience OL and being the guy everyone calls to repair their computer for cheap, I feel bad, but apparently, Malwarebytes (paid), ESET NOD32 (cracked), Spybot Search & Destroy (browser hardening) isnt enough, even non-continually running scanners I use when I do some cleaning up such as Zemana Antimalware and Malwarebytes Adware Scanner, that usually catches everything, but it really isnt right now.

Im about to install Ubuntu MATE 18.3.4 and I had it on a usb key so I started a live session and install clamav/clamtk and unlike ClamWin, possible false positives arent indicated in blue, as I have found out nosing around the internets.

I know there is some actual awful shit in there, like Ramnit and a few others, but a lot of the Win.Trojan.Generic and such that are detected in the windows system folders....well Im not gonna delete em. I did delete a few obvious ones and am ignoring monero miners being detected as shit, even if I have detect PUPs unchecked by default in ClamTK.

Help very welcome guys, Im ashamed like a japanese guy selling chicken sushi right now, this kind of crap doesnt happen to me, but theres one guy giving me heart attacks and strokes or what feels like em by trolling me using MS Anna, I deleted all of my streaming software and the mofo still manages to spam me with it, first time I got the navy seal copypasta while I was streaming on discord, even customized to me, so its one of the dudes in the only discord server I go to, so they knew I was up north, hence the small customization of the pasta...but after that a few days later, just spamming me random noises through MS A
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 21:29:57 EST TcfQHxIr No.122594 Reply
i've created a monster
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CharlesMurdville.rar - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 22:14:15 EST Zhg3GjpF No.122595 Reply
>>122594

Seems like i<m cool for now then :) never macfagged and I have a regular ass cell phone, no internets on it, I know too much already to be doing that. If this is a prank or an actual out of control AI, its better when knowing where the fuck its from.

Ill ask my boi Lestat about this.
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Tue, 19 Nov 2019 13:31:59 EST zwV4b3zR No.122601 Reply
>>122594
MS Anna shit talking Hillary Clinton about Jeff Epstein randomly at 2 in the morning and I AM NOT CRAZY I SWEAR!

Lol you should collect a bug bounty. This is a good'un.

Probably a stupid question, about file sharing/copyright

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 09:29:56 EST HIePCQq8 No.122580
File: 1573741796733.jpg -(135056B / 131.89KB, 1201x631) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Probably a stupid question, about file sharing/copyright
Given that a file on a computer is essentially just a very large number, can't we work around copyright laws to share a file, by treating the file as an actual integer number, then sharing different numbers, that when multiplied together give us the original number?

So first we split the number(file) into a base and a multiplier, that we host on separate servers. The user can grab the base and multiplier from these two separate servers and use software on their end that multiplies the two numbers together to recalculate the original number(file), without either server actually hosting material under copyright.
So for example if a file, when treated as a regular integer, is 4290450368071, one server would store the base as 48723884, another server owned and hosted by someone else would store the multiplier 88056.41126784966.
Neither would be storing the original file and in the event of a server being seized, the number(file) itself would not be considered under copyright, because while the base could be multiplied by x to create the file SuperHeroMovie.mp4, it could also be multiplied by y to create linux.iso.
A disadvantage to this, would be the requirement for at least 2 servers (likely with +1 extra server to host filenames/metadata and links to the base and multipliers). Another disadvantage is the increased overall bandwidth/storage space required and the extra time for the user's machine to re-calculate the original file. But could a system like this actually work? Has it already been tried?
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James Randi - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 03:24:44 EST skGzqdx6 No.122596 Reply
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>>122581
DROP THAT PRIME NUMBER CITIZEN!
STOP RESISTING!
WE ARE HERE FOR YOUR PROTECTION!
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WesleyTillingfuck.html - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 11:22:58 EST iVlLvQYS No.122598 Reply
AFIK the law does not care about which technical method is used to store a file.

You could also do this scheme ad-absurdum where to store a megabyte file you distribute it across 8 million machines of which one only stores one bit.
Technically even every single bit would be copyrighted.

Copyright is made for lawyers not IT nerds.
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HughSevingham.fnt - Tue, 19 Nov 2019 04:45:42 EST bzH2p3jp No.122600 Reply
Everything you see on the computer can be converted to numbers and back to what you see. Data is basically numbers.

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