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HHD wtf mystery

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- Thu, 29 Jun 2017 08:18:40 EST 4m9kN0RY No.121134
File: 1498738720021.jpg -(196003B / 191.41KB, 1680x1049) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. HHD wtf mystery
TLDR = I think drive has files on it, PC says there's no file system and it's totally empty... What do?

So here's the thing. I have more drive space than I need and just realized there's a 2tb HDD seemingly unused just chillaxing in my system.

But cynical me is cynical... Did I fill it with cool shit, it's fucked out on me, and I was just too high to realize?
Or did I never set this drive up properly, and its currently just empty space?

I am thinking it's the first option... And some strange shit has gone down... Because Disk Manager doesn't seem to identify any file system on the partition at all, although it does say the partition is healthy...

Please oh wise sages of the interwebs... Take a look at the picture and tell me if disk 5 makes any sense to you, because I don't get it...
WesleyWollerman.mp3 - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 15:36:46 EST LJis2CRK No.121143 Reply
It makes perfect sense if the partition was created but never formatted or it's formatted in a way that Windows doesn't recognize, like a Linux hard drive. It could also be that the drive has an NTFS partition on it but the drive is too fucked up to correctly read it. I would expect to see warnings about that on an internal drive though.
EstherClaydale.htm - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 09:29:25 EST OzCDXCg7 No.121187 Reply
It could simply be a partition that's neither FAT or NTFS. Linux and Mac filesystems usually pop up in this manner.
Try booting it up with a linux live cd/usb and see if anything pops up on the HDD. Linux (and boot cds like Hiren's or UBCD) might also be able to help you figure out the original filesystem, so that you can try to recover the entire drive. (if that fails, a file recovery might still be possible)

As mentioned, it might also be a case of a corrupted filesystem, but usually these pop up as "RAW" in Disk Management, especially if they used to be FAT32 or NTFS

How to create web-traffic bots?

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- Tue, 18 Jul 2017 07:02:43 EST mt4Ljmhi No.121183
File: 1500375763173.png -(1704199B / 1.63MB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How to create web-traffic bots?
As title states, i wanna make or at worst case scenario buy bots for increasing traffic to certain websites for work related purposes, but all the info on tube and google is way too overwhelmingly huge and i got no clear idea where to start or how does it really happen?

please provide easy step how to bot or where to buy botting services!

EstherClaydale.htm - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 08:59:30 EST OzCDXCg7 No.121186 Reply
  1. You need to know what metrics the target site is looking to boost...
  2. You need to know the conditions of the given metric (what constitutes a "page view", a "share" or a "like"? it's not always obvious)
  3. You need to have some sense of how the site communicates back to its host server.

If you just need to boost page views, it's really easy. In c# you just send web requests to the site, optionally along with a valid user agent string.

To boost likes on social media, you'll need to exploit the like buttons, and bot from a distributed network with differing internet IPs

Albeit not very fast or effective, a good start would be to try to make a "virtual browser" or a "hands off" browser, where the user cannot see the page and UI... instead you perform any needed user actions by parsing the HTML, CSS, scripts etc and access the functions programatically. Get everything you can in there, including cookie and javascript support. You can use page IDs (eg. div id="bla") and classes to help guide your bot to the right buttons.
Not only do you have a good opportunity, testbed and utility to poke around web code (your bot + the IDE debugger + F12 in browser), but you'll have a good basis for improving your bot later.

I have previously used that approach for automating page navigation, admin tasks or adding website functions outside my control to a program's UI. As long as you have no captchas or other anti-bot measures, your program will essentially be indistiguishable from a normal user (barring if you spam a site or have your bot boost ratings from one place only)

To get started, simply create a website with your favourite CMS or forum system... then try to automate a task on the front page. Later on, try to have your program log itself into the admin section (or a user) and do maintenance tasks by filling the right info into the cookies, forms and JS functions.
If you can do that, you already have a very good base for building a bot.

however, designing an adaptable bot that can bypass anti-bot measures (especially image captchas and similar) is about 20 steps ahead for you... in that case you need to study image recognition and possibly machine learning algorithms to make an effective bot for that task.

I assume you know at least one proper programming language (I prefer c# for this kind of stuff myself, as handling web requests, cookies etc is rather easy with the System.Net and System.Web assemblies), and at least have some feel for HTML and JS.
In particular I recommend you study how the script cache works in a browser (playing around with Firefox's F12 and Firebug plugin is a great help)... the rest is a question of feeding the right info to the site and its scripts.

Barring that... if you need that kind of stuff for your company, then something is WRONG with your company and your marketing strategy. If you bot your own site(s), your metrics from google analysis and other such services will not longer be accurate, and will usually HINDER any forensics into WHY you're not getting page views. Later on, that practice can bite you and your company hard in the ass if Google & co. change or adapt their search algorithms...

Bot safely anf bot ethically

How important is clinging onto win 7?

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- Sat, 24 Jun 2017 00:16:06 EST rx83Ywbh No.121112
File: 1498277766933.jpg -(13725B / 13.40KB, 242x200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How important is clinging onto win 7?
So i've been running win 7 forever. It's about time to build a complete new PC, how much should i try to get a copy of win 7 or should i just grab win 10?
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EmmaDackleham.pif - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 08:59:31 EST WztxY0yM No.121174 Reply
Honestly, eliminating the second column from the start menu popup makes in a lot nicer.

I can fit all the shortcuts I need in two rows of one column. If there were a news widget that didn't suck I'd have a nicely filled out start menu.
MarthaPindlepine.mov - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 06:13:28 EST hMK5rhia No.121182 Reply
You can't get the Classic theme on Classic Shell, no dice.

I basically only use desktop icons and right-click on Computer for everything else.
Win10 can blow it but I can't be fucked moving back to Linux either.
EstherClaydale.htm - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 08:13:19 EST OzCDXCg7 No.121185 Reply
>Windows 10 does have some nice features incl. good power user improvements over win7

I agree on this... the win+X menu is very convenient to work with and the reset function is a godsend if you don't have any installation media available...

Apart from Microsoft's telemetry and info gathering (which can be turned off with programs like Spybot anti-beacon), I find that Windows 10 is a very good OS for home use, bar some user information (it's way to simplified and they still use hex codes) and UI issues, and it deleting programs on a whim when you do a build upgrade.

On a domain, however, win 10 sucks if you have certain GPOs in place. M$ has a problem with changing the GPO setup on the build upgrades, resulting in updated computer suddenly not accepting a given GPO. We had quite a few problems when Anniversary and Creator's updated came out...

you can make it resemble Classic using the "high contrast" mode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9hOipRXfSU
Or, you can hack in old Windows files (albeit you might get problems with "metro"-style apps): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fL1RRsuTw
There is an entire board dedicated to this endeavour: http://winclassic.boards.net/

Red Vs Blue

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- Fri, 14 Jul 2017 09:00:00 EST Mw0E3xZ0 No.121175
File: 1500037200855.jpg -(33760B / 32.97KB, 650x365) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Red Vs Blue
Gotta love how Intel can't handle the competition and immediately resorts to throwing shade.
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JennyDomblemeck.pm3 - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 04:58:12 EST iLOjdNQ8 No.121180 Reply
Thanks for the feed back. After some research, AMD is the way to go.
MarthaSindertere.nlm - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 12:42:30 EST CdmMquW1 No.121181 Reply
After AMD's Bullzoer based blunder for like 5 years straight, I just hope they kick Intel's teeth in for once. I don't even care about components or build rigs anymore. I just hate seeing Intel shit on everyone beneath them. I'd also like for Nvidia to get shit on too but not as much.

*Secretly waits for IBM to trade business secrets with Intel so that Intel gets greedy and collapses into making cash registers like IBM.*
EstherClaydale.htm - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 06:41:47 EST OzCDXCg7 No.121184 Reply
Yes, performance levels are a bit different, but in everyday use, you never really feel it....
AMDs have pretty mich always been cheaper than a comparable Intel CPU... they may be slower, but you actually get more bang for the buck in the end. This has pretty much always been AMD's strategy ever since they ripped off the 8086 and 286, make a CPU that's cheaper (and possibly better) than the competition. Intels have always been horribly expensive.

For any budget-minded user, I have always recommended AMD systems, they do their job well for what you pay... especially FX-series and black editions (which are also unlocked for overclocking)

>issues with microstutters and general responsiveness
I have never had this on an AMD system (or any system for that matter) because I have learned to at least balance my hardware, and usually built the rig up around performance in a desired role. The performance of your computer (ESPECIALLY gaming performance) is determined by the combined performance of all parts of your rig.... your system will never be quicker than the slowest part of your hardware setup (Remember going from an HDD to an SSD?)

3-4 FPS does not make a difference if the game engine and multiplayer system is properly coded (modern CoD, BF and other big franchise games usually aren't), nor does 10 or 15 FPS. Any proper modern game at least has a time based game loop, not a hardware based one.

I have many times saved upwards of 100-200€ just on going for AMD...
In my old IT department, there was a "tradition" of the IT guys building their own rigs... Going with an FX-6300 back then, I managed to get a complete (and quite good) programming rig for around 250€... I reused nearly the same build for my current gaming desktop and put an additional 100€ into it for a better GPU (R9 270x instead of R7 something) and mobo. The money I saved on not going Intel, was applied to better RAM sticks and a decent PSU with working safety functions...

sub-$200 CPUs are usable and can be decent, but the main reason I would go above that is because future-proofing a build is paramount if you don't want to waste money. I always recommend factoring in the lifetime of the computer and hardware(which is normally 3-5 years)... An i3 bought today would be near unusable in 3-5 years, but an FX-6300 or decent i5 would still be able to fulfill a role by then... like a core 2 duo / quad (or my old Opteron 140 for that matter) can still run a decent web server or be used as a good parent/grandparent PC...

Free AV

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- Wed, 07 Jun 2017 13:22:44 EST L/v5xr5K No.121069
File: 1496856164035.png -(2728B / 2.66KB, 90x90) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Free AV
Back in the day, Avast and AVG used to be the go-to options, but they're quite bloated and advertising now.

What's good? Avira? Bitdefender? Panda Cloud?
NigelSallerwill.exe - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 16:57:43 EST loqJj/jT No.121070 Reply
If you need to install something on someone else's machine and expect it to run indefinitely, Bitdefender. Otherwise, Windows Defender or Linux.
NicholasBunspear.vm - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 03:32:45 EST LkIgfqz1 No.121078 Reply
Right now my AVGFree is pretty minimal in it's right hand corner popups. I kinda hated the new interface change but it seems OK now. Kinda ironed out the spectacle or scanning a file.

I was talking with firestick support, amazon person after a few things said got to site www. whatever to register, It went to www7:// avg picked whatever it was trying t install right away. Have almost gave up on it and they have always seemed to get it back together. How you work it is what matters if it will bug you all the time. Which is supposed to be once a month a few times a day, maybe twice in a month a few times. Been pretty quiet here.
ShittingDettingridge.mov - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 02:14:00 EST E7zwB8U8 No.121172 Reply
On my Windows machines I use Windows Defender for real time protection and free Malwarebytes to catch anything else. I have ClamAV on my Linux machines, and they have a Windows version as well. It seems to catch email phishing scams more than anything else.

low profile video card

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- Mon, 19 Jun 2017 00:33:18 EST qzNuUUBO No.121091
File: 1497846798763.jpg -(109812B / 107.24KB, 1200x630) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. low profile video card
OK, so my laptop died (RIP the zubtop) and i needed to buy soemthing on a budget, so i bought....a lenovo slim dekstop (the kinda you use in an office setting? yes im into that) and i realized im going to have to buy a Low Profile Video Card! im thinking a 1050ti would be the best choice, as most low profile cards are midrange at best. doe ANYONE have any reccomendations?

HamiltonDimblefud.ost - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 01:38:59 EST loqJj/jT No.121094 Reply
The other option is an RX 460. Whatever you get, check the card length against both the case and the motherboard. The PSU should be fine but you can check that while you're at it.
BeatriceFingershit.gz - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 19:05:46 EST yXH1lrh7 No.121170 Reply
Also check that the 16x pci-e slot is located so that the extra connector rising up from 1050ti actually goes to a free slot and not jamming to the case. Some low form factor lenovos had the slot so that you couldn't fit in a card that takes two slots. Also, should be fine for some medium detail gaming and it's quite cheap card too.

accessing broke ass phone (galaxy j3)

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- Thu, 06 Jul 2017 21:29:24 EST pB4qkO8Z No.121158
File: 1499390964530.jpg -(324754B / 317.14KB, 911x741) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. accessing broke ass phone (galaxy j3)
>trying to help a family member out here and recover some files for them
>phone was squeezed by dickhead brother of said family member
>screen kaput (black)
>called the phone and was able to answer it, still working properly
>cant seem to put the pin in properly because im driving blind


any way to crack this piece and access the internal memory with knowledge of the pin without an active display?
MollyHessleson.cbt - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 11:44:10 EST pB4qkO8Z No.121159 Reply
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Settled on buying the screen replacement from china.

Smart wardriving app ?

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- Sun, 02 Jul 2017 11:14:12 EST vpfE8QdL No.121149
File: 1499008452330.jpg -(442595B / 432.22KB, 800x639) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Smart wardriving app ?
That can measure distance ?
wifi analyzer can but it has no gps or log so its kinda useless

Help my friends

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- Sun, 18 Jun 2017 09:58:16 EST zTAwQMZ6 No.121086
File: 1497794296325.jpg -(8704B / 8.50KB, 340x340) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Help my friends
I'm going to sell this, it's a Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex of 1tb
Honestly how much can I get with this??
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ShittingHollyfield.txt - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 19:55:46 EST qKI61JFN No.121090 Reply
Eh, storage wise it could be useful. win 10, I don't think supports it. Maybe if you wiped (zeroe it out)
if it comes with 'their' software. Format it.

$15 bucks, maybe $25, $15 though considering one can get a newer used 1 TB
for $35 if they keep their eyes open. Yea, use it for storage, mirror a drive?

What can you sell it for, whatever somebody will pay. A terabyte drive may sound kinda tempting,,
WalterDaddlebot.tar - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 05:33:30 EST rx83Ywbh No.121099 Reply
Make sure to run a magnet over it to properly wipe that data

Parallels + Windows

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- Wed, 14 Jun 2017 01:08:53 EST d68NE8sZ No.121083
File: 1497416933525.png -(119875B / 117.07KB, 849x556) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Parallels + Windows
I ripped my 1T HDD from my old Lenovo laptop
I need it to run on parallels so I can access g-mail accounts because some stupid google authorization not wanting to accept my passwords through another device because fuck google.
How do I load my now external win8 drive through parallels, please and I beg u.
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ReubenBrinnerdit.gid - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 04:05:24 EST GulL/BIC No.121114 Reply
I love that interface. Hopeful it worked out or you.

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B with WD PiDrive BerryBoot Edition 1TB - UASF BIP-148 Bitcoin Full Node

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- Sun, 11 Jun 2017 13:34:44 EST 3bRLGAWb No.121081
File: 1497202484483.png -(22846B / 22.31KB, 500x500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Raspberry Pi 3 Model B with WD PiDrive BerryBoot Edition 1TB - UASF BIP-148 Bitcoin Full Node
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CharlesFablingned.gid - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:41:00 EST 1jw1ZUVy No.121103 Reply
They're probably mining other things and hoping that the value will go up 20x.
brkbnd - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:08:56 EST L/v5xr5K No.121105 Reply
Remember, most plebs buy at the very top. By the time you're ready to buy its already peaked.

open streetmap

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- Sun, 25 Jun 2017 14:00:17 EST vpfE8QdL No.121122
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Anyone know of a android app that can import csv or klm overlays ?

Wifi solution for desktop pc

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- Thu, 08 Jun 2017 15:58:18 EST l7l1inDk No.121075
File: 1496951898974.jpg -(3818940B / 3.64MB, 3264x2448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Wifi solution for desktop pc
I need wifi on my deaktop. What would the beat solutions be?

I run windows 7 and i would prefer something usb. Thanks
DavidChapperspear.xlt - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 00:04:52 EST 1C4ggXSX No.121108 Reply
just buy a wifi pci card from amazon. Good day

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