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Intel Core i5 2500k @ 3.3GHz, Turbo 3.7GHz
MSI N560GTX Ti Twin Frozr II/OC 880MHz, 1GB GDDR5 4,2GHz VRAM
Elixir 4GB (2x2GB), Kingston ValueRAM 4GB (1x4GB), total of 8GB DDR3 1333MHz CL9 240-pin DIMM.
Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB @ 7200rpm
ASRock P67 Pro3 (B3), Antec Three Hundred, XFX Core Edition Pro 550W.
Casefans: Xilence Redwing 120mm, Thermalright X-Silent 140mm (both for exhaust)
Other systems: 2x NES, 2x Sega MS, 2x GBC, 1x GBASP, 1x NDS, 1x PS1, 2x PS2, 1x PS3 Newer80GBSKU, 1x iPod Touch 32GB 3GS, Asus EEE PC 1001PX w/ 1GB SO-DIMM DDR2 667MHz RAM.
- Open the taskmanager by simply pressing ctrl, alt and delete.
- Turn off explorer.exe
- Enter the game
- When you get out of the game, press ctrl, alt and delete again (incase you turned off the task manager)
- In the top left corner, hit 'File' and from there choose the first option "Run"
- There, type in explorer.exe to get it back up.
If you're a Steam user and you get the 'Available memory less than 15MB' do the following:
1. Download the game
2. (On Steam), Right Click the Game, Hit Properties -> Local Files -> Verify Integrity of Game Cache (to confirm you've got all the necessary files.)
3. Download this: Click me
4. Open the exe and redirect the path to your game's engine.dll. By default it is on Steam -> steamapps -> common -> vampire masquerade - bloodlines -> bin -> engine.dll
If you get the "Steam not found", do the following:
NOTE: Because GameSpot does not allow horizontally upsidedown slash marks, I'll say where you'll put them into: Put the upsidedown slash mark between C: and Program Files (x86) and Program Files (x86) and Steam and remove the space between them in the following quote's PART 8Internetz wrote:
1: Right-click on "Computer" (in XP it was called "My Computer") and click on Properties.
2: in Vista / 7, on the left click on "Advanced System Settings". On XP, Google search for how to change your system path, because I can't quite remember where things were in XP.
3: In the Advanced tab, you'll see a button for "Environment Variables". Click it.
4: In the upper section of that new window, you should see something like "User Variables for [your username]". Scroll through to find the one called "PATH".
5: Highlight the entry for "PATH" and click "Edit...".
6: You'll get a too-small text box that has a field on the top for "Variable Name" and a field under it for "Variable Value". Put your cursor into the "Variable Value" field and hit the [End] key so you know you're not inserting text in the middle of another entry. If you push the right arrow key it should not scroll.
7: Add a semicolon [;] to separate your new entry from the others. This is the key to the right of the 'L' key, without pressing Shift.
Correct -> ;
Incorrect -> :
8: Paste in the path to Steam, which for me on a default-install Windows 7 64 system is:
C: Program Files (x86) Steam
9: Press OK, and re-launch Steam so that it gets the new environment variables. (It might work without re-launching, but hey why not.)
10: Run the game!
If you're not on Steam, simply install the game and guide this to its rightful place (where the engine.dll is at)
I'm an 18,5 year old guy from Finland. I'm an uppersecondary school student. I've been a gamer for quite a long while, maybe since I was 5 - I don't remember perfectly well. Games have been quite a good escape from the reality from time to time, something else to think about. I've lived a good life regardless of some mishaps I don't really wish to share to the public world being the introvert I am. It's usually much easier to talk to someone anonymous online - as many of you might've noticed yourselves too.
Because of my past perhaps, I've ended up thinking a lot of stuff more than I'd have otherwise. In a way I can say that bad stuff is good having happened - you learn from bad moments, without bad moments you wouldn't value good moments as much as in life without the cons - and maybe overall, the world is perfect because it has both, pros and cons. There's no one side without the other.
As far as religion goes, I'm personally fine with what others believe in, it's their thing as long as they don't start shoving it down my throat, and most of the time, they don't. I personally think the whole 'supernatural god' is just an escape for one to think that we're not alone in this huge world of ours'. Hey, religion's good as long as it doesn't get extreme - what I mean by that is - its main purpose is to guide people anyway to do the 'objectional good' in life. However, don't do the deeds because a book says so - what is a good deed if you do the deed for the sake of salvation? It's not a good deed at all, because you mustn't use someone as instrumental value for your own desires. You have to do the good deeds for the sake of them being good deeds. You don't need a bible to do that and therefore I personally think atheists can have morales too, we - as people just seemingly take sides far too easily when something contradicts with our belief. Live and let live.
I'm sick of the fact that some people are so afraid of 'difference' too. What I mean by that is, before it used to be the fear of dark skinned people - racism. Nowadays, it's the amount of homophobes. Now, I'm not a homosexual person myself, but I really personally hate how some people are onto them about "As long as they don't touch me in the wrong places I'm cool with it." That's seriously quite a stereotype of a homosexual, do you see a straight man touching a woman's ass all the time? No, so why should sexuality affect someone's behavior with others? It's obvious that we in most case scenarios act conservative, we're afraid of new, different and we prefer the old and familiar. Once again, live and let live.
Another thing's funny too: A lot of us - while we're trying to stick to the mass and not pop out from the crowd too much, also wish to be different from the others. We don't want to fall down to stereotypes aka generalizations. It's a contradicting wish, like it or not, we're all different in our own ways, some of us are just better at showing it - while most of us keep it to themselves. The fact we know so little of each others makes generalizing easy. The truth is that we're all similar in our own ways - but in the end we're all unique - no one is ever the exact same replica of another even if it might seem that on the surface. The truth is that no one knows you better than you do.
Stuff like this usually floats in this introvert head of mine, from time to time I used to think it might be that I'm a little more on the abstract hemisphere of mine than some by average as I'm a left handed person when it comes down to writing on the pencil and having the cutlery vice versa. How does it affect? Lateralization. I'm not saying I'm the only one who can think, but I guess I'm trying to say I'm not as shallow as some people seem to be lacking mind's theory all together.
Just reminds me of those people who think love's just a passing feeling, whereas to me for example it's like a heavy pack of rose in a metaphor, we wish to be able to hold onto it, we all seek it - and it's beautiful to an observer, however because it's heavy it requires two people to hold it. The pain - given by the thorns might grow overwhelming resulting in the rose falling and dying. No relationship is perfect, like said: what doesn't kill it, only makes it stronger if the things are done coping through the problems TOGETHER. Love is trust, coping through problems together and the overwhelming care to hold the roses bearing the pain to begin with. It can be platonic - but it can also be more.
What's intelligence? It's not always the mass of information learned via school and experience. It can also be tolerance, the understanding of mind's theory, understanding of another in terms of psychology, having some philosophic thoughts, logical thinking and also.. overall, the most important ones: behavior and applying the learned in reality. Bacon would probably say one thing that many'd say too: "Knowledge is power" - it means that with knowledge, you can contribute on what others think - and what is talked about using your rhetoric skills. The ability to contribute, is power.
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Jun 11, 2013 11:06 am GMTTevoxZi added Kingdom Hearts III to their wish list
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