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bio website ardaxi.com
location Netherlands
age 19
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seen Jul 30 at 15:08

I'm an aspiring programmer who focuses mainly on web production, but I've done some desktop production. I never have enough to do.

Oh, I'm on Twitter too, and I have my own website.

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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Famous Question
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Aug
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comment Tunneling DNS traffic with OpenVPN over Hamachi
"I need to use OpenVPN over a Hamachi network to establish a working VPN connection." I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Jul
20
comment Volume randomly turning itself down on Windows 7 64-bit
It happens regardless of application. I use VLC to watch video, I use Spotify to listen to music, even Flash (YouTube etc) is affected. I'm starting to think this is a hardware issue, but troubleshooting using headphones is difficult. Could try the USB idea if I knew anyone who had them, because that would bypass my soundcard. Hmm...
Jul
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Jul
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revised Volume randomly turning itself down on Windows 7 64-bit
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Jul
17
comment Volume randomly turning itself down on Windows 7 64-bit
I'd buy the bad cable idea, but that doesn't explain why it randomly goes up and down without me doing anything.
Jul
17
comment Volume randomly turning itself down on Windows 7 64-bit
Yeah, I checked. Screenshot. The green bar goes up all the way regardless of actual output. As for the speakers, I doubt there's any physical cause for this, seeing as it randomly goes up and down without me touching anything.
Jul
17
asked Volume randomly turning itself down on Windows 7 64-bit
May
6
comment Undo an “rm -rf ~” command?
@FredNurk Just not using -f is already an improvement.
May
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comment Undo an “rm -rf ~” command?
@FredNurk Exactly. Best bet is to just add the -i yourself, or just not use the -f option.
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Mar
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comment 2GB limit on 32bit operating systems
@Spooky Not completely true. If you'll look at my link, you'll see that the paged pool is limited by the kernel-mode virtual address space which is 2 GB. This means about 6 GB total.
Mar
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revised 2GB limit on 32bit operating systems
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revised 2GB limit on 32bit operating systems
edited body
Mar
6
revised 2GB limit on 32bit operating systems
See the source I linked, for "User-mode virtual address space for each 32-bit process"
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awarded  Critic