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Or, what Phill said. I don't and will not start supporting Pirating. Where I volunteer, (Not limited to here). I tell them to get rid of torrent programs before we help.


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Or, what Phill said. I don't and will not start supporting Pirating. Where I volunteer, (Not limited to here). I tell them to get rid of torrent programs before we help.

 

Illegally obtained software is a clear cut no assistance policy, where P2P/torrents etc are concerned GTG will help with but only with regards to removing them from a computer, removing torrent programs is something that the malware experts are more likely to deal with though as downloading torrents is a sure fire way of getting infected, regardless of how safe a person thinks they are or by having an AV program running.


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Alan I don't live in germany. But enough with that topic. I'm asking for a good storage device with around 300GB storage. That would go well with this build http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3Psbl And I need a diffrent motherboard a need one with VGA cable.

Edited by Augustas Vilcinskas, 23 May 2014 - 10:25 AM.

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As it stands, we cannot and will not help you further until you remove ALL of yuor torrenting software + files. No questions asked.

 

Double Edit: http://www.geekstogo...ccess-in-my-pc/

 

XP is vunerable. Very actually. If you had a legal OS, why did you pirate in the first place? It's very dangerous.


Edited by Alan1998, 23 May 2014 - 11:41 AM.

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Why would I keep my torrent files when I reinstall whole PC?
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There's no need to get angry. However, I was under the assumption (Correct me if I'm wrong) you had multiple PC's torrenting.


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You're wrong. No problem. I just need help on building That pc
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Gday.

The rules are so strict because G2G does not want to be sued or possible banned.   If you are now running a legal XP installation, download, install and run the Genuine Diagnostics tool (MGADiag.exe) at this link http://go.microsoft....k/?linkid=52012. Once it is running, click the "Continue" button, click the "Copy" button then “Paste” the report your next reply.   The tool will not reveal any personal information. 


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WGA Data-->
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OK, thank you for the info.

BitTorrent is nothing more than a file downloading technology. It's highly efficient, optimized for large files and for decentralized storage of the files being downloaded, it's nothing more than a way to copy a file down to your machine.   I use it to download Linux distributions, Copying a file to your machine is not illegal The technology used to copy a file to your machine is not illegal;.  Downloading copyrighted files without permission (pirated software) is illegal.   This article gives a reasonable explanation and some tips on staying safe. > http://mp3.about.com...P2P-Program.htm

 

I'm still think of buying 2 hardwares but with smaller storage like 500gb

A smaller 7200 rpm drive costs almost the same as the 1TB drives has less Cache, gives lower performance.   Should you also decide later to install a SSD for a Boot drive, a 1TB is far more useful for as a storage drive.

 

I need a diffrent motherboard a need one with VGA cable.

There are no video ports on any 990FX Motherboards.   Ports to plug in you monitor/display are on the video card.   When you get to the higher end cards, they do not have VGA ports, you use an adaptor/converter to get the connection yu need, very cheap.  What monitor/s will you be using, please give brand and model.


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OK, thank you for the info.
BitTorrent is nothing more than a file downloading technology. It's highly efficient, optimized for large files and for decentralized storage of the files being downloaded, it's nothing more than a way to copy a file down to your machine.   I use it to download Linux distributions, Copying a file to your machine is not illegal The technology used to copy a file to your machine is not illegal;.  Downloading copyrighted files without permission (pirated software) is illegal.   This article gives a reasonable explanation and some tips on staying safe. > http://mp3.about.com...P2P-Program.htm
 

I'm still think of buying 2 hardwares but with smaller storage like 500gb

A smaller 7200 rpm drive costs almost the same as the 1TB drives has less Cache, gives lower performance.   Should you also decide later to install a SSD for a Boot drive, a 1TB is far more useful for as a storage drive.
 

I need a diffrent motherboard a need one with VGA cable.

There are no video ports on any 990FX Motherboards.   Ports to plug in you monitor/display are on the video card.   When you get to the higher end cards, they do not have VGA ports, you use an adaptor/converter to get the connection yu need, very cheap.  What monitor/s will you be using, please give brand and model.

I'm Using HP S2231a 21.5 inch
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Your monitor has a VGA port, (cable supplied) and  a DVI-D port, w/HDCP, (no cable supplied) for the best quality from your monitor, you will need a cable like this, > http://www.newegg.co...6-012-_-Product

Your monitor specs > http://h20565.www2.h...ette.cachetoken


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Will this cable work with this Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 4GB WINDFORCE Video card? 

Can you pick another Virtual Memory device? From here. http://www.skytech.l...&sort=5a&page=1
And Can you pick another Disk reader? From here. http://www.skytech.l..._85_224_59.html
And Can you pick another Power Supply? From here http://www.skytech.l...5a&pagesize=500
The item you're going to pick must by dark black, not grey.
Write me if you don't understand something. Thanks in advance.


Edited by Augustas Vilcinskas, 24 May 2014 - 10:10 AM.

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Hi, Yes, I own a 760. It'll work just fine.


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Ok. Thanks


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