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#63 - They can tell if you've modified your files whenever you play …  [+] (7 new replies) 05/05/2015 on Waited 2 years. 2 years... +5
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#96 - tomahawkkit (05/06/2015) [-]
its ok man, if you wear tinfoil hats they wont be able to penetrate the Ethernet beams

its not even possible to ban single player games on steam. all they do is not permit people on their servers if you mod. what do you expect? to click it in your steam library and have it say "you cannot launch this program because you have been banned"

they cant even ban people on private servers (account information not saved to rock star servers) if they wanted to. if you want to play with other people, dont cheat. why is that a foreign concept
#100 - anon (05/06/2015) [-]
It's steam, games run online connected whenever possible. Same with many phone games. They check for mods whether you're playing with other people or not, since you're still always connected to the server anyway unless you're specifically trying to run it without.
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#104 - tomahawkkit (05/06/2015) [-]
yes. unless you run steam offline, they can tell if you have mods. but they make no attempts to stop your game unless you try to go on GTA online to prevent any miscomunication, i mean the actual game mode named GTA online . when you go online gta online , and the mods are in your folder, its a ban. simple route is simple. when playing online, dont have mods in your folder
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#177 - dopeydoo (05/06/2015) [-]
no, what they're saying is, whenever the game is connected to the internet, even if you're just playing single player, it checks for mods. That means that, if steam is online and you are playing GTA V, it is checking for mods. And, if it finds any while you're even just on singleplayer, it bans you from online. Sure, you aren't banned from playing the game altogether, but the online mode is so fun, and it's kind of bullshit that you should be denied that experience just because you want to play as spongebob in single player for shits and giggles. Likewise, having to go through the hassle of making sure steam is offline everytime you want to play single player with mods, and then remembering to remove your mods before going online on steam or trying to play GTA online is not conducive to happy players, and is an altogether shitty business model.. why make it hard for players to play the game the way they want?
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#179 - tomahawkkit (05/06/2015) [-]
there are two conclusions i have come to.

A. better safe than sorry. if they see you have an FOV mod in single player, the chances of you using that online is pretty high. and other competitive advantages than damper the fun of online.

B. they went jew2000 and dont want mods because they dont get paid by them.


and you know what would fix option B? paid mods.

let the shitstorm commence
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#180 - dopeydoo (05/06/2015) [-]
well, you could solve option A by only scanning for mods when a player goes into multiplayer, too... they just aren't handling it well
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#182 - tomahawkkit (05/06/2015) [-]
agreed. but one thing that was common after a while in the ps3 version, is that people would come in, carpet bomb the lobby, and then leave before anyone could kick him. maybe they are concerned about people finding a way around the scan, or the scan not working at all
#1221555 - Does anyone here have GTA V on the PC and a Romero Hearse in t… 05/03/2015 on Video Games 0
#29 - Swell with Grutte Pier 04/27/2015 on Random Interesting Facts... +1
#172 - Let me give you this tip: Always contact the chip man…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/08/2015 on Intel - master race? 0
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#174 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
yeah but AMD doesn't really give a fuck about notebook GPUs, it even says on their page that unless stated otherwise only the notebook manufacturer's drivers will work.
#168 - Damn, if that didn't fix it, it's a hell of a weird issue. …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/08/2015 on Intel - master race? 0
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#170 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
I tried contacting Acer (because they're the manufacturer of the notebook) about it, but fuckers didn't help
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#172 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Let me give you this tip:

Always contact the chip manufracturer, they're also the ones that make the drivers and all the other software.
Acer just buys the hardware, sticks them in their configurations and installs the bloatware and basic af drivers.
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#174 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
yeah but AMD doesn't really give a fuck about notebook GPUs, it even says on their page that unless stated otherwise only the notebook manufacturer's drivers will work.
#163 - I think the issue is that laptops always try to use the iGPU a…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/08/2015 on Intel - master race? 0
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#166 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
only if they're configured to, you can configure the laptop to use dedicated GPU even if on desktop, or at least I can do that but it didn't help at all
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#168 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Damn, if that didn't fix it, it's a hell of a weird issue.
Did you try contacting AMD about it?
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#170 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
I tried contacting Acer (because they're the manufacturer of the notebook) about it, but fuckers didn't help
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#172 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Let me give you this tip:

Always contact the chip manufracturer, they're also the ones that make the drivers and all the other software.
Acer just buys the hardware, sticks them in their configurations and installs the bloatware and basic af drivers.
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#174 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
yeah but AMD doesn't really give a fuck about notebook GPUs, it even says on their page that unless stated otherwise only the notebook manufacturer's drivers will work.
#160 - What the actual ****? How did you fix it?  [+] (9 new replies) 04/08/2015 on Intel - master race? 0
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#162 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
turned out I needed signed Intel drivers from laptop manufacturer, then AMD drivers also signed by laptop manufacturer, the problem was that the first few times I installed them the AMD drivers couldn't detect my GPU. Intel drivers had no problem though. I do not even remember what exactly made them work, I restarted like crazy, turned both GPUs off then on again multiple times, even reinstalled the OS. Now it works, card is pretty powerful for the money I spent.
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#181 - funnyjunkforlife (04/08/2015) [-]
i had the same problem. with my packard bell easy note ls11hr with a amd radeon hd6650

holy fuck it was a pain in the ass so i just gave up on it. considered to use it as it was cause some games would detect it. just got a asus rog with gtx 860m and so far no problems at all and i dont think i will ever go back to amd
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#182 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
had no problems with Nvidia mobile GPUs, I had 2 notebooks with AMD GPUs though and oh my fucking god, never again
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#163 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
I think the issue is that laptops always try to use the iGPU as standard when you're not gaming, thus resulting in the AMD software not detecting the M265, but the Intel chip instead. I had the same issues with my dad's Nvidia GTX860M.
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#166 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
only if they're configured to, you can configure the laptop to use dedicated GPU even if on desktop, or at least I can do that but it didn't help at all
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#168 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Damn, if that didn't fix it, it's a hell of a weird issue.
Did you try contacting AMD about it?
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#170 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
I tried contacting Acer (because they're the manufacturer of the notebook) about it, but fuckers didn't help
User avatar
#172 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Let me give you this tip:

Always contact the chip manufracturer, they're also the ones that make the drivers and all the other software.
Acer just buys the hardware, sticks them in their configurations and installs the bloatware and basic af drivers.
User avatar
#174 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
yeah but AMD doesn't really give a fuck about notebook GPUs, it even says on their page that unless stated otherwise only the notebook manufacturer's drivers will work.
#158 - The autodriver thing didn't work?  [+] (11 new replies) 04/08/2015 on Intel - master race? 0
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#159 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
no, said my hardware is not supported
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#160 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
What the actual fuck?
How did you fix it?
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#162 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
turned out I needed signed Intel drivers from laptop manufacturer, then AMD drivers also signed by laptop manufacturer, the problem was that the first few times I installed them the AMD drivers couldn't detect my GPU. Intel drivers had no problem though. I do not even remember what exactly made them work, I restarted like crazy, turned both GPUs off then on again multiple times, even reinstalled the OS. Now it works, card is pretty powerful for the money I spent.
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#181 - funnyjunkforlife (04/08/2015) [-]
i had the same problem. with my packard bell easy note ls11hr with a amd radeon hd6650

holy fuck it was a pain in the ass so i just gave up on it. considered to use it as it was cause some games would detect it. just got a asus rog with gtx 860m and so far no problems at all and i dont think i will ever go back to amd
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#182 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
had no problems with Nvidia mobile GPUs, I had 2 notebooks with AMD GPUs though and oh my fucking god, never again
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#163 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
I think the issue is that laptops always try to use the iGPU as standard when you're not gaming, thus resulting in the AMD software not detecting the M265, but the Intel chip instead. I had the same issues with my dad's Nvidia GTX860M.
User avatar
#166 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
only if they're configured to, you can configure the laptop to use dedicated GPU even if on desktop, or at least I can do that but it didn't help at all
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#168 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Damn, if that didn't fix it, it's a hell of a weird issue.
Did you try contacting AMD about it?
User avatar
#170 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
I tried contacting Acer (because they're the manufacturer of the notebook) about it, but fuckers didn't help
User avatar
#172 - JariWeis (04/08/2015) [-]
Let me give you this tip:

Always contact the chip manufracturer, they're also the ones that make the drivers and all the other software.
Acer just buys the hardware, sticks them in their configurations and installs the bloatware and basic af drivers.
User avatar
#174 - fuckyouthatswhy (04/08/2015) [-]
yeah but AMD doesn't really give a fuck about notebook GPUs, it even says on their page that unless stated otherwise only the notebook manufacturer's drivers will work.
#157 - The joke is old, a couple of years ago when Nvidia had their &… 04/08/2015 on Intel - master race? +1
#14 - Very true, but that doesn't exclude people with insight with b… 03/28/2015 on title 0