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Old 02-03-2005   #1
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Well, the forums are back up.

Thanks goes out to Smidge204 of #srb2 Esper and SFGHQ for helping us set the forums up properly this time, and to Sep of #srb2 Esper and sepwich.com, for putting up with us even after we accidentally took his entire site down with us.
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Old 02-03-2005   #2
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The sonic at the top changed. Where did he come from anyway?
 
Old 02-03-2005   #3
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That was me above. :oops:
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Old 02-03-2005   #4
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I did nothing of the sorts!
 
Old 02-03-2005   #5
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^^ was me. okay, guest posting blows.
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Old 02-03-2005   #6
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Crap...guest posting is on? That's not supposed to be on. *fixes*
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Old 02-03-2005   #7
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yea the forums are back up errrrr i got confused what sep said so what happened?
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Old 02-03-2005   #8
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Wow I thought it would take longer than like 2 weeks to get this place up and running again. I mostly thought like a month or so.
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Old 02-03-2005   #9
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Cool! I've been waiting for this!
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Old 02-07-2005   #10
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yea the forums are back up errrrr i got confused what sep said so what happened?
An e-mail notification kept looping because it could not be sent to the reciever. It looked like a spam message to my host so they dropped me.
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Old 02-07-2005   #11
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On my forum, will it not use email because I have set "Email" to "Disabled"?
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Old 02-07-2005   #12
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uh, i wonder why some people thought I was the cause of all this.....

By the way, i think the sonic on the top is from a project of SSNTails....

um, the wizard is starving or something....

I have a copy of it, i forgot where i got it though. i still have it, sitting in a folder named "sofarsobad" :( it looked pretty good, and it didnt lag for me, (thats probably because of my high amount of ram, and 256 bit video card) it looks pretty good, needs a little work though. ;)
 
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I hope you mean 256MB because a bit is pretty damn small.. smaller than a kilobyte.
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Uh, 256 bit is about... 8 bytes.
8-bit for 1 byte, 256-bit for 8 bytes.
Now. This message is just above 128 bytes, which is... really big.
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Old 02-07-2005   #15
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I think it's safe to assume he means 256 MB, since having 256-bit in this day and age would be computer-gaming suicide. And probably suicide for just about anything else on XP or any other modern OS, too.
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I think it's safe to assume he means 256 MB, since having 256-bit in this day and age would be computer-gaming suicide. And probably suicide for just about anything else on XP or any other modern OS, too.
Not really. Windows is a 32-bit system, 256-bit would be heaven.
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As far as GPU RAM goes?

Oh, sure, XP CAN run without a GPU (my integrated card once conked out with a new driver, but XP still ran while I rolled it on back), but it ain't pretty; several programs will NOT run (SRB2 included), and IE will move slow as heck (not tried FF, but don't expect the answers to be any rosier). I don't think 256-bits of RAM would be enough to run OpenGL all that well.
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Huh? I thought that <3.1 = 16bit, 95+ = 32 bit, no?
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Old 02-07-2005   #19
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DUH i meant MB. -_-
 
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I thought that pertained mostly to processor stuff.

Interestingly, modern computation works just fine on a 32-bit proc. Heck, even the Xbox uses one, while the Gamecube uses a 32/64 hybrid (last I checked). I guess we've reached the point where the extra bits don't mean jack...
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