60% of Xbox 360's have had hardware failures. 47% of Xbox 360's have failed within the first year of purchase.
Evidently the only way Microsoft would be able to make a product that doesn't suck would be if they got into the vacuum cleaner business.
omg... wtf is up with my browser... i go to post and it says "error 404" but i know u guys are online, and my computer is online..
oh, wait.. found the problem... IE7 in WindowsXP SP3
I seem to have a bigger problem than that...
there's a windows logo at the bottom left of my computer screen...
Damn. It's what I feared most.
It's a computer.
you have to remove the number behind the .jpg
that way it protects itself against direct external links...
As an aside to a pretty old thread...VirtualBox supports virtualizaion
on systems that don't support VT as well.
True virtualization, or paravirtualization?
truely virtualization like VMware. But 64-bit guests require VT hardware.
which sort of temonstrates the hackyness of VT (or doing it without) as nobody seems to care about implementing it for the low end 64 bit cpus, right?
The 64bitness came out before somebody insisted it be useful.
Friend of mine has one. He says there's about 3 of them, and he has one.
Then again I bought a Core i7 920 when they first came out a year ago and I haven't had a need to upgrade it yet...
I met a 20 year sun veteran heavy hitter, a few weeks ago who said he got one and he was amazed.
And I figure if a sun engineer thinks its good, it's gotta be pretty damn good