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Chit-Chat / Re: Sister builds better website than me lol
« Last post by Roco on 23 August 2017, 21:31:56 »
@ 1bit . I raise my hat to your Sister , nice clean website , and the overlay  was what I had in mind ( although I didnít know it existed ) was going along the lines of brick pavers ,(
It would be the final touch to my near derelict  bungalow when purchased,
Has a late 70ís concrete drive  , about 100ft  x 12 ft ,shabby but  solid enough but doesnít suit my now beach themed property , Yes  I know the coast is 50 miles away ,
But I donít need to cut grass ever again ,  also no weeds , (ever seen weeds growing on a beach ? ) ,
Will give your Sis. a buzz ,  wonder if they cover Surrey ? ,  although I live in a forested conservation area my local council  is happy enough with my work so far , so is the local air taxi helicopter pilots,
they use my garden  as a navigation point  :D
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Chit-Chat / Sister builds better website than me lol
« Last post by 1bit on 23 August 2017, 14:20:07 »
kudos to my sister who sat on WIX for weeks after work and created her first website for her business

https://www.stencilpatternsurfaces.com/

thats what i need to do with this and have the forum a backend
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Chit-Chat / Re: Car crash
« Last post by Roco on 22 August 2017, 21:07:46 »
 lol:1 indeed Tw@t ,  got a friend that lives and owns a house on  a traffic light controlled T  juction ,he has a 7ft brick wall  garden ,built around 18centuary  twice now he has had a car going through the wall,and now restricts his visting grandchildren  to garden play  well  away from  it
BTW both cars were BMW's  driven by obvious tw*ts ,  funny ? , Now, his house insurance has doubled ,
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Chit-Chat / Re: Car crash
« Last post by fudgietheoriginal on 22 August 2017, 15:19:39 »
i like the name of the jpeg than the jpeg itself hehe  ACCIDENT TW@T  LOL

 lol:1
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Introductions / Re: Hi everyone
« Last post by fudgietheoriginal on 22 August 2017, 15:18:51 »
If you do vist OZ, I recommend Perth either in December or march, Jan and feb can get alittle hot.
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Introductions / Re: Hi everyone
« Last post by 1bit on 22 August 2017, 14:03:07 »
The weather has defo gone south, west, east and north. :-\
We did have some warm weather late spring early summer this year and there wasn't much rain fall either. My guess; that's why we are getting carp now or you could call it THE GREAT BRITISH SUMMER as I have come to know it in the 13 years I have lived here. My favourite season here in the UK is spring because OZ doesn't really have a proper spring and in some parts they only have 2 seasons, wet and dry.

would love to visit OZ.. dunno if i could take the heat ...or.. go in the sea hehe
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Computers / Re: ...in bits...
« Last post by 1bit on 22 August 2017, 14:01:03 »
agree with bing & edge... but cant/limited addon install for edge before I would use it, dont like bing as search engine, I know google track (but so do Bing and Yahoo im sure) but google give more thorough / correct answers than any other SE
still like firefox with no script & Adblock plus , Thunderbird handles my  email addresses  & and wont open email links in my browser , ( cut & paste job ) not  bothered about tracking ,  for being hacked ?
my computer  is open house to all , nothing about me  even M/soft  have no clue to my identity ,
and I don't bank on line etc , even my local walk in bank  has my address but not my real name ,
hey, years back I worked for the military ,d  ;)  , yes at times  my aliases take some remembering
not helped by not having a birth cert etc  ,  well maybe the 3rd Riech  has burried under some rubble ,
downside to my secrete squirrel life , I cant claim any social  benefits etc , In my case brexit could get interesting ,  C:-)

you dont want to claim any social benefits mate.. not worth the misery thats thrown upon you trying to get them and upkeep - much rather have a job - unfortunately health and no driving license (and now expensive living and location) keep my work options extremely limited

im looking to renew my license and go in for bike (moped...for starters)...cheap
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Computers / Re: dual boot
« Last post by 1bit on 22 August 2017, 13:32:37 »
..............found it!

https://neosmart.net/EasyBCD/

EasyBCD - Win10 and UEFI ready

launch from win10  - use the ADVANCED SETTINGS Tab first to apply Linux OS to the correct Drive then follow these instructions to create a GRUB that will dual boot

for some reason windows 10 just shows as an empty line but its still a selection, you name it in advanced settings and thats what appears at boot (mine might be because easeUS has overwritten mine to offer windows or recovery)



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Computers / Re: dual boot
« Last post by 1bit on 22 August 2017, 13:26:11 »
Its my understanding that windows boots fine it ubuntu thats not, he needs to either repair or reinstall ubuntu, its grub thats the problem its been over written.   ;)

Im 95% sure you can use MBR to boot into a Linux OS too... at least that option was on that MBR tool I used too use in my win7 days - all depends on how he has it set up.. i.e. did he install LINUX first then WINDOWS (which would use GRUB) vice versa use MBR, Iam aware that even with WINDOWS first install the boot-loader can be changed to GRUB to boot both aswell....

you will know best Den being a Linux man ;)
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Computers / Re: dual boot
« Last post by Den1 on 22 August 2017, 08:57:04 »
Its my understanding that windows boots fine it ubuntu thats not, he needs to either repair or reinstall ubuntu, its grub thats the problem its been over written.   ;)
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