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Date Signed Up:12/23/2009
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Not much to say really, I love gaming, horrible jokes, laughing at other peoples pain and long walks on the beach.

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#30 - no. no that's not possible  [+] (17 replies) 12/13/2015 on CMSTF's profile 0
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#31 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
why not
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#32 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
you're not supposed to be here
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#35 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Your name clearly stands for "Cum on My Shitty Turkey Face"
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#33 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Why not
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#34 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
how did you even find this
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#36 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
You were there
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#37 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
where
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#38 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Board
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#39 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
there are a few of those
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#40 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
The one you went to
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#41 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
I go to a few
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#42 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Autism
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#43 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
and that caught your attention why?
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#44 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Capitals
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#45 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
who the fuk are you
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#46 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
hi
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#47 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
WHO AT YOU
#28 - can I help you?  [+] (19 replies) 12/13/2015 on CMSTF's profile 0
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#29 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
shitbird
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#30 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
no. no that's not possible
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#31 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
why not
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#32 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
you're not supposed to be here
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#35 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Your name clearly stands for "Cum on My Shitty Turkey Face"
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#33 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Why not
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#34 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
how did you even find this
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#36 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
You were there
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#37 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
where
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#38 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Board
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#39 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
there are a few of those
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#40 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
The one you went to
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#41 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
I go to a few
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#42 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Autism
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#43 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
and that caught your attention why?
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#44 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
Capitals
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#45 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
who the fuk are you
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#46 - caette (12/13/2015) [-]
hi
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#47 - CMSTF (12/13/2015) [-]
WHO AT YOU
#40645 - And thanks for all your help dude, I'll look into these powerl…  [+] (2 replies) 09/12/2015 on Technology Board +1
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#40646 - billybong (09/12/2015) [-]
no worries mang, feel free to post again or reply if you need more help (A new post would mean more people would see it though)

Best of luck with your new wifi card too
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#40657 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
Well the good news is my card arrived just as advertised, the bad news is that it barely worked. All installed fine and correctly, but for some unknown reason a wifi further away had stronger signal than my own, which is downstairs. I couldn't connect to my own damn wifi but some fool up my street was giving me 5 bars. Both were on 2.4Ghz too, so I'm really at a loss.

Could just be a faulty card as my old/current one works just fine. Ah well, nothing ventured nothing gained, It seems like the main issue has been sorted, internet must have just decided to throw a MAJOR tanturm. Silly thing
#40640 - 4 kept getting overlapped too, sometimes by almost all the oth…  [+] (5 replies) 09/12/2015 on Technology Board 0
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#40642 - billybong (09/12/2015) [-]
a little bit of overlap is fine but the further away the channels, the better your signal can be. It sounds like your problems may simply be the wireless strength and interference.

As an alternative, have you ever looked at getting ethernet over power AKA powerline adapters? It's basically a box with an ethernet port on it that connects to your mains power and relays the signals through the power circuit to be received by another one of these boxes. They're pretty cheap and work fairly well so long as you're going from 1 point to another (having multiple of these adapters doesn't work so well, but it does work, although I was testing with cheap ebay ones, so that could have been my problem). One thing to note though, is that the EoP adapters need to be connected to the same power circuit to function, they can't talk between two different circuits

Here's a Cnet review on a couple if you're interested, (which I haven't read) to give you an idea of some good ones www.cnet.com/au/topics/networking/best-networking-devices/power-line-adapters/
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#40645 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
And thanks for all your help dude, I'll look into these powerline adapters. Even if I don't end up using them it's definitely something worth knowing. Once again thanks, you've been awesome!
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#40646 - billybong (09/12/2015) [-]
no worries mang, feel free to post again or reply if you need more help (A new post would mean more people would see it though)

Best of luck with your new wifi card too
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#40657 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
Well the good news is my card arrived just as advertised, the bad news is that it barely worked. All installed fine and correctly, but for some unknown reason a wifi further away had stronger signal than my own, which is downstairs. I couldn't connect to my own damn wifi but some fool up my street was giving me 5 bars. Both were on 2.4Ghz too, so I'm really at a loss.

Could just be a faulty card as my old/current one works just fine. Ah well, nothing ventured nothing gained, It seems like the main issue has been sorted, internet must have just decided to throw a MAJOR tanturm. Silly thing
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#40644 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
Internet through power lines? This is some sci-fi shit right here
#40616 - I ran all of those tests, and as if purely to spite me everyth…  [+] (8 replies) 09/11/2015 on Technology Board 0
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#40623 - billybong (09/12/2015) [-]
that last bit sounds like it could be the cause. Try going into your router's settings and specifying a channel that has the fewest other networks overlapping it. Channel 4 looks like your best choice give that a go and see if the other person's wifi tries to use that channel or if it's mostly fixed
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#40640 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
4 kept getting overlapped too, sometimes by almost all the other signals, I changed it to 13 last night as only one other signal overlaps it slightly, and only then occasionally, seems as though I'm the only person in my area that's manually set the channel over leaving it on the default/on auto.

The internet has been alrighty since then, good enough to stream/play games well enough. In my panic yesterday I ended up buying a new PCI card to see if maybe my current one had given up on life or something, so that should be arriving today sometime, maybe that will help even more, if not then it was due for an upgrade anyway
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#40642 - billybong (09/12/2015) [-]
a little bit of overlap is fine but the further away the channels, the better your signal can be. It sounds like your problems may simply be the wireless strength and interference.

As an alternative, have you ever looked at getting ethernet over power AKA powerline adapters? It's basically a box with an ethernet port on it that connects to your mains power and relays the signals through the power circuit to be received by another one of these boxes. They're pretty cheap and work fairly well so long as you're going from 1 point to another (having multiple of these adapters doesn't work so well, but it does work, although I was testing with cheap ebay ones, so that could have been my problem). One thing to note though, is that the EoP adapters need to be connected to the same power circuit to function, they can't talk between two different circuits

Here's a Cnet review on a couple if you're interested, (which I haven't read) to give you an idea of some good ones www.cnet.com/au/topics/networking/best-networking-devices/power-line-adapters/
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#40645 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
And thanks for all your help dude, I'll look into these powerline adapters. Even if I don't end up using them it's definitely something worth knowing. Once again thanks, you've been awesome!
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#40646 - billybong (09/12/2015) [-]
no worries mang, feel free to post again or reply if you need more help (A new post would mean more people would see it though)

Best of luck with your new wifi card too
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#40657 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
Well the good news is my card arrived just as advertised, the bad news is that it barely worked. All installed fine and correctly, but for some unknown reason a wifi further away had stronger signal than my own, which is downstairs. I couldn't connect to my own damn wifi but some fool up my street was giving me 5 bars. Both were on 2.4Ghz too, so I'm really at a loss.

Could just be a faulty card as my old/current one works just fine. Ah well, nothing ventured nothing gained, It seems like the main issue has been sorted, internet must have just decided to throw a MAJOR tanturm. Silly thing
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#40644 - CMSTF (09/12/2015) [-]
Internet through power lines? This is some sci-fi shit right here
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#40617 - CMSTF (09/11/2015) [-]
www.dropbox.com/sh/yj2mgwe40qg8wtv/AADICTcUgdo_e9hcdsJRvk11a?dl=0

also this is a few screenshots of what I saw on wifi analyzer