>co-worker claims to have fixed a bug
>request him to write a test to prove it
>he gets butthurt and goes crying in the corner
will normies ever learn?
Help me troubleshoot issues with my keyboard.
I recently bought a new keyboard. I got the CM Storm Quickfire TK with Cherry MX blue switches, but i've been experiencing random disconnects. Basically the keyboard disconnects and plays the USB device disconnect sound. The sounds usually plays 2 more times and then the keyboard starts working again. This happens every 30 minutes and is annoying the hell out of me.
I'm running Windows 7 and here is what i have tried so far.
>Using different USB ports.
>Uninstalling the device/drivers and reinstalling them
>Installing manufacturers drivers.
>Disabling the USB Selective suspend setting under power options.
>Checking USB settings under BIOS. USB Legacy support enabled.
I can't figure out what the hell is wrong. Maybe there is something else i haven't tried. I'm pretty sure that it's not an hardware issue on my PC, cause my previous keyboard worked just fine. Maybe it's a faulty keyboard and i have to return it.
is there a browser that doesn't use resources as intensively as the mainstream ones but works just as well? does pale moon do the job?
what browser would you use on an old computer?
do not use palemoon on android use the unstable or stable channel instead on the desktop.
Palemoon on android has not had any updates ever since last year in august because moonchild does not have the time to deal with it too.
Can someone please explain what's up with this liquid like thing on my samsung phone screen? My phone is working fine but still. Anything dangerous?
What does /g/ use to anonymize torrent downloads?
Is there any decent way to hide my IP except paying for a VPN/proxy?
AMD RX Vega Leaked Benchmark Shows It Ahead Of GTX 1080 – Specs Confirmed, 1630MHz Clock Speed, 8GB HBM2 & 484GB/s Of Bandwidth
Are there any software at all that's guaranteed by the author to work under designed condition? Nobody has the balls declare something like
THE SOFTWARE IS GUARANTEED TO BE FREE OF ANY DEFECTS AND WORK 100 PERCENT OF THE TIME HOLYSHIT
the closest are mission-critical software, and even they will pobably have to include legal mumbo-jumbo to limit liability in case of exceptional failure conditions. there's pretty much nothing that guarantees perfect operation at all times. humans error, and forces of nature are things you can't control. and hardware fails too eventually.
>solve the captcha and click on verify
>mini captcha pops-up to verify the 'verify
You can turn on Legacy mode.
I still prefer having captcha than how 4chan was in 2010 or so. The spam was unbelievable. But why the FUCK is this image shit here now? What were they thinking. The old text way was fine
>fan noise increases
Hey anon, what are the best powerbank brands right now?
Should I sell it guys, or it's ok?
How do y'all feel about it?
>integrate an ad blocker into a browser
>but only allow it to block ads on "selected" websites
A place to get microphones for cheap?
I am looking to buy the Blue Yeti or Blue Spark but don't have money for the whole $100 and some dollars.