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How do you do a screen shot of the computer to post? Yes it opens in google chrome and no its not my default browser. I didn't make it that so when I download stuff if it wants to add stuff to my browser I don't have to worry about it slowing down chrome it will just go to IE lol. Just don't open IE lol.
First, press Print Screen. Or, you can use Alt+Print Screen to take a screenshot of just the active window.

After that, open Microsoft Paint.

Before pasting your screenshot into Paint, shrink that giant white area down to something very, very tiny. This makes it possible to avoid having a white area around your current screenshot as well as all future screenshots.

After you shrink that white area down, paste the screenshot in.

After that, save it using the .PNG format.

Then, click the Attachments button when making a new post: AttachmentsButton.bmp

In the window that appears, click one of the "Browse..." buttons. Then, double-click the screenshot that you saved in Microsoft Paint. Then, click Upload.

When you post your reply, it is automatically placed at the bottom of your message as a thumbnail.

Please remember to crop the screenshot too so that you're not posting an image that's in the same resolution as your monitor (such as 1680x1050 or something).
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Originally Posted by jkrine;12968598 
Without coming across being pricky let me explain the wanted section from my eyes. What you are telling me is that I have to earn a rep on something that I know very little about at this time in order to have the right to ask you if you would sell me something, lol? Not to sell you something but just for the right to ask members if they have something that I could BUY.
No, you see it's like this: Overclock.net does not want someone creating an account for the sole purpose of making a Wanted ad, or an Appraisal ad. The reason for requiring 35 Rep is to prove that this member wants to actually participate in the community instead of simply using OCN for their selfish need of needing an appraisal, or making a Wanted ad. I mean, there are people out there who would love to be able to make an account, post an Appraisal request, and then never come back once they get what they came here for.

So, OCN doesn't want anyone abusing the privilege of making an account for free. In other words, there's a 35 Rep requirement because OCN membership is free which means ANYone can make an account, even unscrupulous people who don't care about what OCN has to offer, and instead only care about getting their appraisal, or getting what they want out of their Wanted ad.

So they figure that if you can get 35 rep, then it proves that you want to stay. Unfortunately, there are people who come here who couldn't care less and they would rather have everyone just give them Reps for no reason at all just so they can make their Wanted thread or Appraisal thread so that they can leave OCN and never come back once they get what they came here for.

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Originally Posted by jkrine;12968598 
Don't get me wrong I COMPLETELY understand the selling section. I have been a member of a few other boards before (softball the most) and its a great way to keep new people from ripping off board members! But the few boards I have been on buying and selling was based off the deals that you did and holding up that said deal (along with other things like did you ship in a timely manner, was the item as described when the buyer received it, etc).
Well, OCN does things the way OCN wants to do them.
Edited by TwoCables - 4/1/11 at 11:35pm
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I assume you mean conventional hard disk drives. SATA and IDE are interface standards for internal storage, not storage devices themselves. In fact, almost all SSD's use a SATA interface.
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Ok here we go. Once I downloaded this here is the icon it put on my desktop




Next when I click on the icon it gives me this and I click on open
http://s45.photobucket.com/albums/f7...0402010128.jpg

Then when I click on open it goes to google chrome and gives me this
http://s45.photobucket.com/albums/f7...0402010131.jpg
Edited by jkrine - 4/2/11 at 12:21am
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would I notice a difference with a ssd drive?

Yes.

But the real question is can you afford it at current price point per/gb?

I cant reasonably switch to SSD till the price comes WAY down, but thats just my thoughts on the matter, go raid0 and dont look back.
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Ok here we go. Once I downloaded this here is the icon it put on my desktop




Next when I click on the icon it gives me this and I click on open
http://s45.photobucket.com/albums/f7...0402010128.jpg

Then when I click on open it goes to google chrome and gives me this
http://s45.photobucket.com/albums/f7...0402010131.jpg
What link are you clicking? Click this one:

http://iij.dl.sourceforge.jp/crystal...Info3_10_0.zip

I provided it earlier.


And for ATTO Disk Benchmark, click this:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...enchmark.shtml

(also, why didn't you follow my instructions on posting screenshots? I felt that I made it very easy. Don't take photographs of your monitor!)
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First, press Print Screen. Or, you can use Alt+Print Screen to take a screenshot of just the active window.

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Before pasting your screenshot into Paint, shrink that giant white area down to something very, very tiny. This makes it possible to avoid having a white area around your current screenshot as well as all future screenshots.

After you shrink that white area down, paste the screenshot in.

After that, save it using the .PNG format.

Then, click the Attachments button when making a new post:

In the window that appears, click one of the "Browse..." buttons. Then, double-click the screenshot that you saved in Microsoft Paint. Then, click Upload.

When you post your reply, it is automatically placed at the bottom of your message as a thumbnail.

Please remember to crop the screenshot too so that you're not posting an image that's in the same resolution as your monitor (such as 1680x1050 or something).


No, you see it's like this: Overclock.net does not want someone creating an account for the sole purpose of making a Wanted ad, or an Appraisal ad. The reason for requiring 35 Rep is to prove that this member wants to actually participate in the community instead of simply using OCN for their selfish need of needing an appraisal, or making a Wanted ad. I mean, there are people out there who would love to be able to make an account, post an Appraisal request, and then never come back once they get what they came here for.

So, OCN doesn't want anyone abusing the privilege of making an account for free. In other words, there's a 35 Rep requirement because OCN membership is free which means ANYone can make an account, even unscrupulous people who don't care about what OCN has to offer, and instead only care about getting their appraisal, or getting what they want out of their Wanted ad.

So they figure that if you can get 35 rep, then it proves that you want to stay. Unfortunately, there are people who come here who couldn't care less and they would rather have everyone just give them Reps for no reason at all just so they can make their Wanted thread or Appraisal thread so that they can leave OCN and never come back once they get what they came here for.



Well, OCN does things the way OCN wants to do them.
I forgot about the appraisal page that they have but that is sale based not purchase based. Thats what I don't understand. They are putting apples with oranges. I can buy direct from someones link but can't ask if anyone has something I want to buy. I have to wait for them to decide to sell it and then buy it lol. I am sure this has been gone over a ton of times before but I have yet to hear a good reason why those two things are tied together, other than hey its our rules so deal with it pretty much. So I don't get in trouble I will pm you my situation and why I am asking so I don't get in trouble for posting it in a thread
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What link are you clicking? Click this one:

http://iij.dl.sourceforge.jp/crystal...Info3_10_0.zip

I provided it earlier.


And for ATTO Disk Benchmark, click this:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...enchmark.shtml

(also, why didn't you follow my instructions on posting screenshots? I felt that I made it very easy. Don't take photographs of your monitor!)
No I had clicked the link that the other person posted that went to there site then I downloaded two different versions with both do the same thing. I can look up the version numbers and post them but it was the two newest ones. I didn't try to download and run yours yet. But to be honest if its that tuff to figure out I may just try the other one you posted up and see how it works lol!
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I forgot about the appraisal page that they have but that is sale based not purchase based. Thats what I don't understand. They are putting apples with oranges. I can buy direct from someones link but can't ask if anyone has something I want to buy. I have to wait for them to decide to sell it and then buy it lol. I am sure this has been gone over a ton of times before but I have yet to hear a good reason why those two things are tied together, other than hey its our rules so deal with it pretty much. So I don't get in trouble I will pm you my situation and why I am asking so I don't get in trouble for posting it in a thread
Well hey - OCN wants to do things their way. They require 35 Rep to be able to post Appraisal threads in hopes of minimizing the chances of someone making an OCN account for the sole purpose of making an Appraisal thread. They require 35 Rep to post Wanted threads in hopes of minimizing the chances of someone making an account for the sole purpose of making a Wanted thread. The require 35 Reps to make a For Sale thread in hopes of minimizing the chances of someone making an OCN account for the sole purpose of making a For Sale thread. After all, OCN membership is free.

By the way, you don't have to send me a private message; not going to get in trouble for trying to learn OCN's ways. The staff applauds behavior like yours because it's much better than simply ignoring the rules.
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If you have a Microcenter nearby I suggest taking a look they have 64gb Sandforce ssd's for $99.
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No I had clicked the link that the other person posted that went to there site then I downloaded two different versions with both do the same thing. I can look up the version numbers and post them but it was the two newest ones. I didn't try to download and run yours yet. But to be honest if its that tuff to figure out I may just try the other one you posted up and see how it works lol!
The one I posted is downloadable right from CrystalDiskMark's site! Except, I am posting the direct link to the .zip file instead of forcing you to click on one link after another just to get the same thing I posted.

As for ATTO Disk Benchmark, I didn't do that because it's far less complicated than CrystalDiskMark's site (even though CrystalDiskMark's site is not complicated at all).
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