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- Idk, it didn't seem like that, but whatever
- What happened to the tournaments that someone was planning to …
The guy said that the sign up was ina couple of weeks and that the tournaments were played in late june as not to clash too much with exams. I can't vouch for the guy, so I have no idea if it's legit, and there were no hardcore games there either.
If it doesn't happen, I can host the thing, though only administer for some games.
>Create new account
"Hey guys give me money trust me I'll pay it to a winner lol"
I was up for it if I wasn't required to pay
Idk, it didn't seem like that, but whatever
- Ayyy lmao, CSGO FTW
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- Sorry for the late reply, forgot I posted the issue here. As i…
- Also wanna point out that the computer was running fine off of…
- Alright, ive got a problem here. Im trying to install windows …
Make sure you're using the correct architecture for your cpu trying to run a 64bit iso on a 32bit cpu does that
Assuming you've tested the hardware for faults (Memtest, Stress test etc) I'd guess that the installation medium is boned. But depending where it BSOD's it could be different. If it BSOD's when windows starts to look at available installtion drives it might be that you need to install third party SATA drivers or change the sata mode to IDE during the installation and install the drivers after.
I did a google for you
Are you trying to dualboot by installing windows after Linux? It's better to do it the other way around as Windows will screw around with the GRUB bootloader whereas linux will natively detect another OS and offer an installation alongside it
No, not trying to dual boot, just got a new hard drive and yeah, ive been having all these problems. The BSOD comes after the logo for windows 8 finishes loading, AKA I don't get to any any sort of menu or anything at all before it BSOD's. Oh, and it is a 64x cpu and 64x windows, running 8gb's of ram that's working fine.
okay, well go into the bios, change the AHCI or SATA mode to IDE (same thing, worded differently by different manufacturers). If you have RAID this will temporarily disable it, which will only matter if you're installing to a RAID array
Then try booting the installation.
If it works, it means Win 8 doesn't have your Sata drivers built in. Also if the disk is 3tb or bigger, Windows' built in sata drivers for some intel storage controllers may not work.
Also since you recently put in a new disk.... just double check everything is in firmly.... couldn't hurt to do a memtest (even though linux mint was working before)
But tbh I'm running out of ideas. You mentioned 3 different installation mediums, they were from 3 different sources right? not the same ISO burnt 3 times or anything?
Sorry for the late reply, forgot I posted the issue here. As it turns out, windows was trying to install the winloader.exe to the wrong hard drive, after several different attempts to install, It decided to load one, and I was able to get to CMD to fix it. thus, the computer is now working. Very strange all in all, but I got it fixed, thanks for the help.
Also wanna point out that the computer was running fine off of Linux mint before hand, and ive tried 2 different hard drives.
- I found 4 dead computers under my parents bed, messed with the…
- Yeah, it'll still do OK with those 470's in SLI. ill be able t…
- So, I traded my buddy a broken HP pavilion for 2 GTX 470's, an…
It was pretty great 4 years ago or so. Somewhat outdated at this point, but hey, it's a good deal for a broken laptop.
Yeah, it'll still do OK with those 470's in SLI. ill be able to use it as a decent backup
- I plan on getting my business off the ground.
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