lose lose. . did you know? There is a video game, called "Lose/ Lose" that deletes a random file en your computer every time you kill an enemy. tom ace onlii.. what if it deletes itself
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did you know?
There is a video game, called "Lose/ Lose" that
deletes a random file en your computer every
time you kill an enemy.
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#137 - juventud (01/04/2014) [-]
#134 - fuckyosixtyminutes (01/04/2014) [-]
I don't get it, is this a virus or legit software? And why would anyone want it if the latter?
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User avatar #133 to #128 - garymotherfingoak (01/04/2014) [-]
not the time to use that
#126 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
what if you managed to modify it to work on a ps2?
#125 - duhusst (01/04/2014) [-]
MY PORN!!!!!
MY PORN!!!!!
#124 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
> Install a Virtual Machine program like VMware. (I'll explain what this is at the end.)
> Install a copy of Windows in a new virtual machine and install the game inside the virtual machine.
> (Optional) Fill the VM's drive with large amounts of tiny useless files. (This will make the virtual hard drive take up more space on your physical hard disk though.)
> Make a backup of the virtual machine for restoring to, or set it to not save changes to the virtual machine.
> Play to your heart's content.
> If core system files get deleted, shut down the VM, restore it to the previous image, and restart it.
No files on your actual hard drive will be in danger of being lost.

A virtual machine allows you to run a fully functioning operating system inside another operating system. You can accomplish this using a program that emulates a full computer system through software. It has the ability to create an image of a hard drive disk and store it as a file that the VM uses to store its files, it has a separate section of memory to use, and it gives access to any other devices it needs to the guest operating system.
As far as the guest knows, it's running on real physical hardware, whereas in reality it's really running in a window on another operating system. Using this, you can run a copy of Ubuntu Linux or any other OS you want inside a running Windows 7 machine. The guest can't touch the host OS directly, so no files can be deleted on the host's hard drive.
User avatar #131 to #124 - huntergriff ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
we need to go deeper.
#127 to #124 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
isn't that a great way to protect from viruses, malware and other nasty internet stuff?
User avatar #129 to #127 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
Yes, it can be. If your VM happens to get a virus, you can simply shut it down and restore it from a previous image, or even just delete it and create a new VM from scratch.
#130 to #129 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
so what VM do you recommend and how do you install an OS onto an OS?
#136 to #130 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
VMware is the 800 pound gorilla of Virtual machine software. VMware player is free at You need to login to view this link

If you plan to actually try it out you will need to see if you have enough memory and processing power to support both the host and guest operating systems at the same time. You can check by going to (Assuming you're using Windows 7) Control Panel --> System and Security --> System --> View amount of RAM and processor speed. See attached picture.

I'm going to give you things to look for. You should write these down.
The first line gives info about your processor. The last part should be a number with GHz at the end, so _.__ GHz. This is the speed of your processor. I'd recommend at least 2.00 GHz, depending on the Guest OS you want to emulate. also go to the Task Manager --> Performance, and count how many graphs under CPU Usage History there are. This corresponds to how many CPU cores you have.
Go back to the control panel and check how much memory you have. You should preferably have at least 4 GB of memory on your system (3 GB minimum), again depending on the Guest OS you want.
Also note whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit Operating system. If you have a 64-bit Host OS, then you can have either a 32-bit or a 64-bit Guest OS. If you only have a 32-bit host, then you can only have a 32-bit guest OS.

If your computer meets the requirements, then continue on.
#138 to #136 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
win7 ultimate edition, dual core, 4GB ram, 64-bit OS, 3.16 Ghz with 114GB of space on my harddrive (it's only 250GB, trying to find a friend who has a spare SATA)
User avatar #139 to #138 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
Okay. Sounds pretty good, aside from the hard drive size. I forgot to tell you that you will need lots of space for the new Guest OS.
I will be using the Ubuntu Linux OS for this demonstration, so I'd say maybe set aside at least 20 GB for it.
Go to the link I gave you in the previous comment and download and install VMware.

After you have (hopefully successfully) installed it you will need to figure out what guest operating system you want to install. I recommend getting Ubuntu, which is a free Linux distribution. With OSs like Windows you'd have to pay for a new license key for it. (Consequently, virtual machines are also good for testing out new operating systems, so you might be able to play with it when you're done. )

Once you've decided you will need an installer disk image for the OS. The disk image for Ubuntu can be found at You need to login to view this link . Get the 64-bit version of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. At the "Pay what you think it’s worth" screen, go to the bottom and click "Not now, take me to the download".
The disk image will begin downloading. (This will take a while, as it is 708 MB.)
Go to the home page if you want to explore.
#140 to #139 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
i got a pirated version of win7 because win7 is overpriced and not even all that good.
what is ubuntu linux good at?
User avatar #142 to #140 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
Well for one it's free legally.
It's got a different interface than what you're likely used to, but it's still pretty user-friendly. You may have to discover for yourself what you like about it.
Once the image is downloaded, put it in a place where you can point VMware to it, then open up VMware Player. On the right side of the window, hit Create a New Virtual machine.
* Select Install from... Installer disk image file (iso), and point it to the iso file you downloaded. It should then say "Ubuntu 64-bit 12.10 detected. This Operating system will use Easy Install.". Hit Next.
* It will ask you for a Username and password to use. (This will automagically be given to Ubuntu during install. put in a username and password (You will need to remember this to get in) and hit next.
* You can give the virtual machine a custom name that will show up in the virtual machine list, or just press next.
* It will then ask you to select a maximum disk size to allow it to use. It won't automatically chomp down all of this from your hard drive, but will start small and make the file bigger as more data is put onto the virtual disk. You can probably just put it at 20 GB for testing purposes.
Below that, select "Store virtual disk as a single file." Hit Next.
* This is the confirmation window that gives you the default specs it's set out for the virtual machine. You can change some of these if you want, like to give the VM access to 2 GB of memory rather than the default 1. Don't set it above the maximum recommended though. When you're ready, hit finish and the VM will start.
User avatar #143 to #142 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
The operating system will start installing automatically, and when the Welcome to Ubuntu window opens up you can click the arrow on the side to get previews of what the OS will look like.
#144 to #143 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
you're awesome
User avatar #158 to #144 - vgmddg ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
Oh, and if you don't like Ubuntu that much, there are literally thousands of other Linux distributions to choose from.
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Linux_distributions , and also click on the picture on the side.
#160 to #158 - redstonealchemist (01/04/2014) [-]
once i can find a second harddrive i think i'll try this out. i don't like having less than a lot of space
#121 - darthblam (01/04/2014) [-]
Play game

First thing it deletes is itself
#119 - anonymous (01/04/2014) [-]
I've heard of this each boss is a major part of software that you dont want to lose and the final boss is system 32
User avatar #141 to #119 - badmotorfinger ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
thats ******* retarded
User avatar #107 - thinegame (01/04/2014) [-]
#104 - Jameshaich (01/04/2014) [-]
Does it delete important OS files, or just ones from your desktop or documents.
User avatar #120 to #104 - awesomedewd ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
That's the joke about the game. To see how long it takes to delete something important so that your pc dies.
User avatar #118 to #104 - zomaru (01/04/2014) [-]
If you run it as administrator, then you're gonna have a bad time.
#102 - anonymous (01/04/2014) [-]
system 32 on the top of the list to be deleted
**** modern Russian roulette
User avatar #100 - jewsburninindaoven (01/04/2014) [-]
Deletes file necessary for game's random file deleting.
#99 - newmitch (01/04/2014) [-]
deletes driver that allows the game to run
User avatar #98 - fukinitech (01/04/2014) [-]
if your computer had a ton of virus it could delete them
#96 - morgothse (01/04/2014) [-]
HAHA! I didn't pay for any of those porn vids in the first place!    
HAHA! I didn't pay for any of those porn vids in the first place!

User avatar #95 - catdownstairz (01/04/2014) [-]
I'll install it on my SSD which is currently empty
#89 - ellwood (01/04/2014) [-]
mfw it ends up deleting a virus I didn't even know i had.
User avatar #86 - norespawn ONLINE (01/04/2014) [-]
Link to the website for download You need to login to view this link
do it at you own risk
#84 - josejosedragon (01/04/2014) [-]
i know there is version where it gives you files but i can't remember the name:c
#82 - katinka (01/04/2014) [-]
anyone actually played this game?
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