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About craigathus

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  1. Mobile Internet Speeds?

    So mta are you saying that my speed is OK ?
  2. Mobile Internet Speeds?

    Hi mta Is that a mobile speed test ?
  3. Reddit Joke

    I wonder if anyones emailed this joke to samsung
  4. Mobile Internet Speeds?

    Hi guys Since I don't have a fixed Internet connection "no land line" I rely on a mobile broad band router> (Netgear Nighthawk M1) my ISP is Telstra they are the only ones that have this mobile router. This hot spot wifi device is rated as the fastest and most up to date device of it's type on the Australian market. So I'm wondering if any of you have and use mobile Internet connections "full time or part time" + what sort of speeds are you getting? Here's my test results. The Melbourne server is about 300km from my place.
  5. Hell Yea! 200mph.

    WOW! That reminds me of a old PC game called "Road Rash" for obvious reasons
  6. Vague Update Options = No Updates for Me

    Yeah it's a bit of a merry go-round I don't update via "CCleaner" I just go here > http://www.piriform.com when CCleaner notifies me of an update. I'm not saying it's the best way... It's just my way;) EDIT Even better > http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/builds as Andavari & mta have said
  7. Vague Update Options = No Updates for Me

    Yes I noticed that clicking the update link in CCleaner takes me to http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/update and from there if you click the no thanks button you end up here > http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download?upgrade
  8. Vague Update Options = No Updates for Me

    Hi TommyRay Try here > http://www.piriform.com
  9. System Memory Dump

    Hi legendsofbatsman I have the same issue occasionally and in my case it's a program (itunes) that causes a huge memory dump when I close it. Windows pops a message up about Data Execution Prevention bla bla... If you right click "System Memory Dumps" in the Analysis list and view "Detailed Results" you can see what program has caused this. Not saying only itunes dose this... just an example' and maybe you have a different problem.
  10. May desktops

    And the dogs & pears lived happily ever after.................. But where's Wally or Waldo ?
  11. Video Driver Stopped Working

    Hi Andervari The current driver for this card has been installed and running with no problems for age's As for the card starting to die ? well I got 6 years out of my old original ATI card before the fan on the card failed... apart from the fan' the card still worked... until the temp got to much for it Anyway thanks all for the suggestions I think I've got just got to bite the bullet and get a new machine... had this for 8 years... so bye bye Vista ! and hello Windows 10
  12. Video Driver Stopped Working

    Hi mta I'm using Nvidia's Driver version and the Geforce gui states that the driver is up to date. The card is about 2 year's old and I'm running "High performance" power settings in Windows > No Sleep, No Hibernation, etc. Windows Device Manager reports that (This device is working properly)
  13. Video Driver Stopped Working

    Hi guy's This has been happening a bit lately Basically I get a black screen for 1 or 2 seconds and then a pop-up message from windows saying that "The video card driver stopped working and has now recovered" I have the latest driver for this > NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 (MSI) card + I'm running at default settings... no over clocking bla bla bla on this very low grade card. I'm wondering If my power supply might be failing ? This card only draws 30 watt' however this black screen issue only happens when my PC is doing very little or at idle ? If I'm watching full screen HD video or playing a 3D resource hungry game it's ok Oh yeah I'm still using Vista Any ideas, help... Craig
  14. Neighbor's WiFi showing in my Speccy Network info

    Hi missminerva With speccy I can see my neighbors wifi info as well' and can also see their network in the list of available networks to join via Windows "Network and Sharing Center"> if I had their password I assume that they can see my info too. Keep your network security enabled ! And make sure a password is needed to join your network !
  15. How to Uninstall Zemana AntiMalware completely

    The link for "Windows Installer Cleanup" opens a page with 404 not found