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Nickname Sugarman
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Signed On Jun 10, 2003, 17:00
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
26. Re: Interstate82 mod for bf42 Jul 20, 2004, 16:02 Sugarman
 
More mirrors available on bf1982.com I really dig this mod and its cool that it came out on tuesday as this is my gaming night. It really helps to have seven computers in the basement so noone has to bring anything over. Setting up everyone's computer and patching/installing mods takes too much time when its just a night after work.

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
25. Interstate82 mod for bf42 Jul 20, 2004, 15:39 Sugarman
 
Interstate 82 mod 1.8 for bf1942 just came out today. Not too popular but if you were into I82 back in the day it's pretty damn fun. www.bf42.com

 
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News Comments > It Came from E3, Part 14
15. Re: Booth Babe Pictorial On Deep Six May 24, 2004, 09:26 Sugarman
 
Actually I thought the wife-beater was perfect for the pics, quite funny. I must have worded my previous post wrong as I didn't mean to portray any sarcasm. The priest robe would be hilarious, also get a logo of your site stitched on the front, that would be classic.


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News Comments > It Came from E3, Part 14
9. Re: Booth Babe Pictorial On Deep Six May 23, 2004, 09:27 Sugarman
 
About the guy in those pics, he looks silly with that wife-beater shirt on and his funny grin. The pictures would be better w/o him in them.

Yea, but nothing says "I like to grope chicks" more than wearing a wife-beater in public. Good choice on your lady killing attire aavenr.

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News Comments > It Came from E3, Part 14
8. Re: Booth Babe Pictorial On Deep Six May 23, 2004, 09:14 Sugarman
 
You should have put your arm around Gabe in the picture aavenr, that would have been funny as hell "he has curves too".

JK Gabe, just in case you read this post, "get to work".:)

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
18. Re: No subject May 18, 2004, 15:44 Sugarman
 
I have to agree space captian, my bs flag is at full mast over this obviously crappy explanation. Why don't they just tell us it's flaming balls of shit dropped by passenger jets "somehow ignited by the exhaust". Hell, I'd believe that!! ....sarcasm....

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
20. Re: NyQuil Jan 14, 2004, 13:52 Sugarman
 
Just try getting crapfaced drunk and let the alcohol kill all those little nasties floating around in your bloodstream, although I would stay away from snorting alcohol to kill off those pesky rhinovirus's. It burns like hell

PS: Thanks for the suggestions in the earlier post from a few days ago nin.

 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
25. Re: MS Support in Win98SE Jan 14, 2004, 13:43 Sugarman
 
You're not bugging me at all nin, nobody knows everything and whoever thinks they do is sorely mistaken. I was actually wondering if it may be something network related, and it looks like I will be giving this a try. I greatly appreciate your input and wish there were more people like you who just like to help others.

By the way, do you know of any good message boards or support sites other than experts-exchange that don't charge you to ask questions.

 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
23. Re: MS Support in Win98SE Jan 14, 2004, 09:42 Sugarman
 
We don't use an image file, most of our machines that run XP have just been upgraded from a previous OS. Although I have formatted a machine and realoaded it from scratch only to get the same results, I even went so far as to upgrade the computer with different hardware to see if that was the cause "along with another wipe and reload".

Other machines that work flawlessly with Xp are even a dead on hardware/software match.

 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
21. Re: MS Support in Win98SE Jan 14, 2004, 08:47 Sugarman
 
If there is a memory leak, task manager sure isn't showing it. The processor is staying at 99% idle and it shows there is still over 250 megs of free system memory, I just checked it this morning. I found an article that says winXP stores portions of its OS on the pagefile after being on for a while and that this can slow things down, there's a registry tweak to disable this that I'm going to try out today.

I'm not sure how to take your comment about not knowing more than the other 5 guys, maybe you misworded it or you meant it to be a demeaning statement. If so, why do you feel the need to be generally rude to people you don't even know and taking it for granted everyone else is ignorant.
If it was misworded then I'm sorry and I appreciate your comments on a solution to my problem.

 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
19. Re: MS Support in Win98SE Jan 13, 2004, 15:29 Sugarman
 
Um, there's a few spyware apps that, when spybot removes them, will tear-up your TCPIP stack...new.net is notorious for this...

I've run ex-pee pro at home since they sp'd it, and it behaves fine...I reboot it about once a week...


I also remove new.net through add/remove first then let spybot remove the leftovers just in case that would happen.

Damn people, I might have been born at night, but it wasn't last night. j/k Thanks for the tip anyway nin.

 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
17. Re: MS Support in Win98SE Jan 13, 2004, 12:13 Sugarman
 
Good try Rkone,
1. We don't buy branded pc's, they are built by ourselves or built locally and we specify what parts they are to be built with.
2. All pc's run Norton Corporate 8.1 and we run spybot on all machines.

Of course getting around to 250 machines between 2 of us takes a little time when they are spread out over 12 locations around town.

I'm not bashing your precious XP, only stating my experience with the pro version. I have not ran into this problem on machines with XP Home. And we get more service calls from machines with xp than 2k because of system instability or odd\eratic behavior.

Maybe your experience with XP is good "and thats great", but it simply isn't as stable an OS as 2k in our environment. And microsoft knows of this error, it can be found on their support site "I just dont remember where".
To get the patch you have to call MS support and they will e-mail it to you, the bad part is that the patch hasn't worked on any computers with said problem.



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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
13. Re: MS Support in Win98SE (Marketing!) Jan 13, 2004, 08:57 Sugarman
 
I may move over to the new coke when they fix it "xp pro". At least half of our machines on the network with XP have to be rebooted daily because they slow down to a crawl "like clicking on the start tab only to have it pop up 3-5 minutes later" after being on for 24 hours. As for now its win2k on all our machines, it is still more stable than xp in my opinion. I'm just glad they extended support for win2k out till 2007, maybe a real OS will be out by then.

And I've tried the beta SP2 and the fix only available from MS support, both with no sucess.


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News Comments > NFS: Underground Patch
8. Re: Page lockups? Jan 8, 2004, 12:05 Sugarman
 
I hope you're joking about the camaro and trans am thing, the LS1 equipped cars run the 1/4 mile in the mid to low 13 second range "doesn't sound too slow to me". As for the V6 equipped ones, yes they have ugly wheels and they are pretty slow. I'm not down with the rice but I would imagine a civic would be lucky to finish a 1/4 mile in under 16 seconds, most higher end family cars will do that.

 
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News Comments > NFS: Underground Patch
4. Re: No subject Jan 8, 2004, 11:22 Sugarman
 
Or maybe it removes the shiny wet looking roads as a default setting. I always drive 150mph on wet pavement and I never have traction problems.:) The game is kinda fun if you turn off the music and the shiny road surfaces, I thought asphault only looked shiny in the rain or when its hot and causes the road to look reflective far in front of you. This must be that new kind called glassphault, hmmm, I kinda like that name.

When is the patch coming out that adds the Corvette, Trans Am, Camaro, Mustang, GTO"Monaro", oh yea, those cars aren't nearly fast enough to hang with those Civic's and such.

 
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News Comments > IG3 Resurrected
9. Re: Nexus Nov 19, 2003, 14:37 Sugarman
 
Damn good news, I loved the demo once I learned how to play it. The graphics "bump mapping and shield effects" are truly awesome. Don't botch this up HD, stick to the original gameplan and it will rock, hopefully they only change the name and nothing else.

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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - NFS: Underground
33. Re: No subject Nov 17, 2003, 17:41 Sugarman
 
Reply to #18

You hit the nail on the head Cpt. Piloter. I was actually looking forward to this game until I played the demo, ricers or not, if its fun its fun "this one just happens to suck". As for the body kits and fart pipes I have to agree with Cpt. Piloter on this one, give us a damn game to tune the engine and suspension with a mix of both ricers and muscle cars to appease both audiences.

 
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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - NFS: Underground
8. Re: No subject Nov 17, 2003, 11:57 Sugarman
 
I have fun playing Midnight Club II and its a ricer game and extremely "arcadish". I just found this one to be no fun at all. Didn't mean to give the wrong impression in my first post.

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
10. Re: BF 1942 Camping Nov 17, 2003, 11:30 Sugarman
 
I prefer the rule of only being able to assault ones non-capturable spawn after holding all the capturable points on the map, otherwise you'll find yourself sitting there waiting for the other team to capture a base so you can start having fun again.

Sure, sometimes it sucks to get raped 0.001 seconds after you spawn, but I find it enjoyable to fight off the attackers of your uncapturable spawn, or they are so focused on you spawn you can sneak out and capture another base. I like it when the game gets challenging, if it wasn't I probably would lose interest in it.

 
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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - NFS: Underground
1. No subject Nov 17, 2003, 11:12 Sugarman
 
Flame me if you want, but I found the demo to be totally asstastic. I've had more fun waiting in line to check out at the grocery store. Another pathetic attempt to wrangle in the ricer crowd or those who know absolutely nothing about real muscle cars.

 
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