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Jonny_Blacksmith

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i have similar problems, man i wish something like this will develop soon, it would make our lives so much easier

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=uCsQPY59o4A


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Oh, so far I'm not done with the troubleshooting. I'm afraid I came across some problems and will not have the money available to spend on the power supply so soon. In a couple months I should be getting that new PSU and if the thread's still up I'll be able to comment on the issue to see if it FINALLY resolves.

 

I honestly hope I find the solution so it can serve to help people with the same issue cuz it's a [bleep] of a pain do deal with it.


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iammykyl

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Gday 8Bitterness/

Crap happens to delay our plans, but for help here is not a problem as your topic will not be closed, so we can pick up when you are good and reeady.Good luck.

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Gday Jonny_Blacksmith.

The concept sounds good but I see problems.

You would have to pay for the service, a free version would be very limited.

If you did not have your own device to access the service, you would have to rent time on a access point, costly and inconvenient.

You would need your own device, paying for internet access/ISP and the device would still need troubleshooting/repairs if something went wrong.

Having problems? start a new topic and we will give you some help.  

 


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