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2023.06.03 07:41 fujisan0388 [TOMT] Help me find this mod!

Around 6 months ago I read about a mod and made a note to play it in future. Now I have time and a Windows PC I unfortunately I can't remember the name of it or find where I wrote it down.
From what I remember it was:
Some kind of mission or battle mod.
I think the aim was purely to test your skill.
It had no relation to the BG storyline.
I also think that it required a fresh install and was more of a total conversion that would require reinstalling the game if you wanted to play regular BG again.
I think it was BG2 that gets converted but can't remember for sure.
It is likely pretty modern or at least not an old school mod from before EE.
That is all I remember.
Help me baldursgate you're my only hope!
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2023.06.03 07:39 Downtown-Pool320 MB Steel Legend b450 stopped recognizing XPG S40G 2TB NVMe

Hey guys, hope someone can help and sorry if there is already a answer for that, but I've just got a XPG SSD S40G 2TB NVMe and installed on my ASRock b450 Steel Legend, on the Ultra M.2 slot.
All good at first, I partitioned the SSD, made a backup, formatted and installed Windows 11 on it, all smoothie. However after the first reboot my BIOS started to take long loading time and the HDD Light was on all the time, and finally the message saying that no boot was found.
When a access the BIOS, the NVMe doesn't show up, and when trying to reinstall Windows it doesn't appear as a partition anymore.
Any ideas?
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2023.06.03 07:39 AmphibianOld8679 Using Windows 11 "To Go" on Company Machine - Licensing Concerns

I'm hoping someone here might be able to clarify a concern I have regarding the use of a Windows 11 "To Go" live installation.
For some context, I'm currently employed by one of the fortune 500 non-it companies and, fortunately, they've equipped me with an incredible machine to carry out my work. Recently, I also decided to return to college for another degree. My personal computer ceased working some time ago, and due to financial constraints, I can't replace it in the immediate future.
In my quest to find a workaround, I discovered Windows' "To Go" feature, which essentially allows one to create a live, portable Windows environment. So far, I've successfully managed to boot the company machine with an Ubuntu live USB, and could connect to WiFi and browse the internet without issues. This was a non-persistent environment, of course, and I'm well aware of the need to respect the company's device policies and security measures.
However, here comes my question - and concern. I understand that Windows license information is often stored physically on the machine. If I were to boot a Windows 11 "To Go" environment, once the OS connects to Microsoft's servers, is there any chance it might attempt to activate using the hardware-stored license? And could this possibly trigger an alert to my company due to the license appearing to be used twice on the same machine?
I admit that I might be overthinking this, or misunderstanding how Windows licensing works in this context. I have no intentions of misusing or violating licensing terms, and certainly, I don't want to get my company or myself into trouble. However, it would be really cool to utilize this powerful machine for studying after work, using a completely separate environment.
Has anyone encountered this situation before, or can anyone provide some insights into how Windows "To Go" licensing interacts with an existing license on the hardware?
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2023.06.03 07:35 ima_yeet_ya_ass CSGO giving a fatal error when trying to launch

So the problem is that when i try to launch csgo i get the "Failed to connect with local steam client process" error, from what i googled all i could find was guides to fixing this in windows and nothing for linux and i seem to be the only one getting this error.

I already re-installed the game, verified the integrity of the game files and tried other versions of proton but all i got was that the game didn't even give me the error i got before using proton experimental.

I'am running an AMD gpu and cpu and using manjaro if that helps.
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2023.06.03 07:34 eschulist Botched an OpenCore update. Was running a version around 0.7.3 (not confident on exactly which one, approx Sept 2021) and tried to upgrade all the way to 0.9.2

Hey everyone. I've been running a Hackintosh built by someone else that I purchased in late 2021. It is an Asus PrimeX299-Delux II MB with Intel Core i9-10920X, and Radeon RX 6900XT GPU.
It has 2 SSDs to dual boot OSX and Windows. Lately I was getting a lot of crashes so I stupidly was messing around with the Hackintool and OpenCore programs hoping to get things up to date. I also was hoping this would allow for a higher version of OSX as Unreal and Adobe are starting to complain that 10.14 is too old. If I could get 12 or even 13 that would be awesome.
What I did was download OpenCore 0.9.2 and a youtube video said I just had to open the EFI partition and copy over the new BOOTx64, Drivers, and OpenCore.efi So I did and restarted the computer. It instantly gave me a bunch of errors that I eventually discovered were because the config file that previously worked was no longer valid.
This lead me down the Hackintosh rabbit hole of trying to fix everything I could from my Windows SSD. I downloaded Explorer++ and ProperTree. I read the Dortania install guide and hoped I could fix my fuck up by building a new config file. I copied and saved my old config file that worked previously and started a new one based on the 0.9.2 sample file. I did my best and tried my first build. I force the boot using the OSX EFI partition and had 1 error that missed on the guide. True instead of false on a Security flag. Got it fixed and rebooted again. This time I got a black screen to choose to boot OSX. On my previous working version I had a GUI with hard drive icons to choose OSX, Windows, Reset VRAM, and maybe a recovery option. Now its just black like a cmd prompt. I chose OSX and it started to show it load with verbose enabled. Its creating a lot of text that I have no idea how to address. It scrolls for awhile and just ends on a black screen that never fully starts OSX.
Is there anyway to fix this fuck up and load 10.14 with 0.9.2 or can I somehow build a USB stick to boot from and install 12 or 13 on my SSD WITHOUT reformatting the harddrive as I have a lot of projects and files on there that I don't want to lose.
Here are my loading screen messages that I am getting as well as some error screens I got in Windows. I got similar crashes running OSX with the apple logo at the top and glitches on the bottom half which started this mess of trying to fix things on the software side. Is something overheating and failing as well? Ram, Processor, Vide card?
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2023.06.03 07:25 bgkdgndjn Is a full reset my only option?

Okay, a little bit of background
I bought a sq3 machine at the beginning of April. Upon unboxing it and trying it for a few weeks, everything went smoothly, the screen and sound were great, battery life was beyond impressive, and overall I was super impressed by the machine.
Fast forward to last week, I decided to install Unigram, yet whenever I opened it and/or switched windows, a small white square appeared on screen. Naturally, that made believe that perhaps this was related to the machine running on older drivers (I hadn't updated it at that point yet) and so I updated it!
That's when bad stuff began... Once it restarted and I had to type in my password on the in-screen keyboard, I noticed the typing felt a little more sluggish than usual (no big deal, I thought). Then I was greeted by the home screen, but the menu bar color was now solid black and without any translucency anymore (at first I thought that was just how the updated windows was supposed to look like, so again I didn't pay much attention). Finally, when I began opening programs and stuff, another thing struck my eyes, as the windows had lost their curved corners. All of the former led me to do some research and what I found out was that the qualcomm display adapters were not working for some reason, the OS was stopping them and as such it was defaulting to the basic display adapter... so no effects, no rounded corners, no smooth performance. To put the nail in the coffin, yesterday I also discovered that the sound drivers were gone, too! No sound either!
I tried installing the most recent updates, but the issue was still there. Then I tried uninstalling the updates I was allowed to uninstall, thinking it would regress to older drivers and give the ones I lost back, but same result.
Now I'm torn between three options: Waiting for another hardware update, with hopefully newer working drivers; doing a full factory reset (although I'm scared that if I update from there again, the same thing will happen); or reinstalling the OS.
It really sucks because this was otherwise a great product, now bricked by what was a seemingly harmless update, and I really really want to keep it and have a good experience with it as it suits my needs perfectly.
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2023.06.03 07:24 FishGrazier How to skip checking for updates before installing windows 11 iso file?

I am now going to update Windows 10 on my device with no internet using the Windows 11 iso file. How can I skip downloading updates required by setup.exe?
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2023.06.03 07:21 321ECRAB123 is bluestacks malicous?

My dads gfs kids were on my pc and installed an android emulator called bluestacks. Ive never heard of it. Ive told them to not install stuff without asking me but im wondering now if is should gwt rid of it. Is it malicous? Do i need reinstall windows now?
I saw a post or two saying there is malicous crypto stuff in it but others say its fine. The offical bluestacks subreddit's mod claims its safe in posts on there but is that trustworthy?
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2023.06.03 07:15 ClickClack_Bam Can't get the WiFi Dev Board to flash the Murader software

I opened the WiFi dev box & went straight to the most recent tutorial by 'Modern Broadcast' on YouTube to flash the Murader software.
I keep getting the fatal error:
Failed to connect to ESP32-S2: No serial data received.
The . Bat file attempts to flash twice before again giving the fatal error above.
When I plug the board into the Flipper Zero there's NO software interface to use this hardware like the videos on this show.
-I'm holding the boot button down for enough seconds. -I'm using the cable the Flipper Zero came with. -That cable is good as I've just installed the Xtreme software & updated the Flipper Zero software update before that. -I've tried a different USB port. -I've uninstalled & reinstalled the Murader flash software. -I've restarted my Windows 11 laptop. -I've told Windows this file is ok. -I have the 4 options on the flash software flash this which the video said when you see those 4 options you know it's connected & booted properly
At this point is it my hardware? ANY help you can offer?
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2023.06.03 07:15 db_fab Wipe whole build or keep on trying?

I have been hacing issues with my computer, more specifixally I for some reason have corrupted files, I cant find them, and I cant install the new windows update. My drivers are msot likely messed up and I don't know what to do. I just wanna deletr everything and reinstall windows. What should I do?
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2023.06.03 07:13 Crashykk Dell 3110 Celeron N4500

Hello, coolstar in status says my Dell 3110 should work all fine, but when I go to install, I don't see it at all. There is no Celeron N4500 on CPU list.
Closest I can see is "Intel Celeron N4000/N4020/N4100/N4120" cpu range which is Dell 3100, 3100 2 in 1 and 3400.
Any help how to start installing windows on this device?
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2023.06.03 07:04 figure-o9 Helpppp is this aggregator host safe? Accidentally got trojans

So a couple hours ago i was trying to emulate driver san francisco on duckstation but it wouldnt work, so i just downloaded some ps3 emulator i found on some website (i know that was stupid i was very impatient) and tried running it and shit but instead of opening and making a shortcut cc cleaner and opera gx installed out of nowhere, so i was like what the hell, and put my laptop on airplane mode, so they stopped downloading shit.
Then i checked the programs and features window and found the pinaview and altruistic trojans were there, also some whack ad shit like lavasoft and a bunch of stuff like antiviruses too, so i unintalled them all, at least 6-7 programs, then went to the registry edit, uninstalled everything with those names i found, deleted the "emulator" folder off file explorer, deleted it from the trash bin, went on task manager to check nothing weird was there and found a background process called "Aggregator Host".
So I went to the file location in system32 > properties > details, and everyhing is blank except the file size, date and type. Searched and found some answers about the real windows aggregator host being signed by windows and foreign aggregagor host being blank. Is that true? Should i uninstall it or not? Bro i just wanted to play driver san francisco help
I really dont think this is relevant but the comments bot suggested it so my laptop is an asus zenbook oled flip 14 and the specs are 16 ram, ryzen 7 6800h and 1tb ssd with windows 11 home
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2023.06.03 07:03 tejadst202 Looking for help for my Dell Inspiron 15 7567

Looking for help for my Dell Inspiron 15 7567
I am turning my Dell Inspiron 15 7567 in which i installed windows 10 yesterday.It is fine yesterday and i shut i down perfectlyBut today when i turne it on it is showing this black screen not even boot logo.
What i did: I did LCD Diagnostik,it is working perfectly. I did normal cold and hard rest.By removing battery discharing the pc and all that stuff. I installed new CMOS battery. I changed ram and looked for any failure. Removed battery and tried to boot using AC power.
These are things i tried.
If anyone has any ideas what the problem is pls suggest and ask me for further details.
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2023.06.03 07:03 db_fab Just delete everything or keep trying?

I have been hacing issues with my computer, more specifixally I for some reason have corrupted files, I cant find them, and I cant install the new windows update. My drivers are msot likely messed up and I don't know what to do. I just wanna deletr everything and reinstall windows. What should I do?
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2023.06.03 06:39 sleepymarketingsales Lenovo Legion T5 Gamer Desktop Computer

The Lenovo Legion T5 Gamer Desktop Computer is a powerful gaming machine that offers exceptional performance and cutting-edge features. With its sleek design and high-quality components, it's no wonder that this computer has gained popularity among gamers and tech enthusiasts alike. In this article, we will delve into the various aspects of the Lenovo Legion T5 and explore what makes it a top choice for gamers.
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2023.06.03 06:36 W-R-Ex [Update] Dealership mixed up a my car (VIN) and new car has defects. Should I ask for compensation?

[Update] Dealership mixed up a my car (VIN) and new car has defects. Should I ask for compensation?
Sorry I couldn't update as quick as I could (was feeling unwell) Previously I have posted and now the story is ended and I can post the update here:
So rewind back to the time when I made the post, I have called fair trading and asked for advice. Fair trading has told me I can request for a replacement based on few grounds:
  1. The part is not available and the time to get it repaired is unreasonable
  2. A reasonable consumer would not have bought the vehicle if they had known about the full extent of the problem, which is, in my case, was given a replace car with defects
So, I have sent the email to the dealership. After a week, their reply was "The management believes they have repaired and fixed ALL of the issues within reasonable time. Therefore, they do not accept the request of getting a replacement. Additionally, the management would like to offer one free service" Then I told the manager that this is not good enough, and he was using his ways to twist the fact:
  1. If he would've know I used my work hours to come to parramatta to get the car sorted, he would've let me go instead of driving him around the area to show the rattles. - I did told him the car has rattles and he still asked me to show him. Also, he was reluctant to give me a loan car in the first place. And he delivered the car to me 2 working days ago, so I am pretty sure he knows I was using my work hours to fix this mess.
  2. Back to the tint conversation again (Me/tint/Subaru, who knows), but this time he told me he didn't tell the story to the management that I brought back the car after tint. I am not sure what he is trying to achieve by saying that, maybe a threat? I just said you could tell the story to the management, as the previous was done with tint and driven for 2 months. No cracks were on the previous and this one I took it back within 24 hours.
  3. I tried to explain my view by using an iPhone as an example - If there's a crack at the back of the iPhone and you would need to wait for 5 weeks, would you ask for a replacement or wait for the repairs. His response was I shouldn't compare an iPhone with a car (!?)
The conversation did ended not in a good way. And the afternoon, they have called me back and said the window will be arriving a week after and ready to be installed. Since the rear windshield was getting within 5 weeks, I did not go further and just accepted the one free service offer. I have expressed my dissatisfaction and they did not see the same way.
So I am just sharing my own car purchase experience, and it's been bizarre. Thank you for those who gave me advice in the first post. And this a/c has served it's purpose, to share my experience and how wrong it can go on a new car purchase.
To prove that I am not BSing you. I have uploaded my car partial VIN (wrong and new one):
btw if you have read till this far, I think you deserve to know that I have bought WRX from Trivett Fleet & Corporate, which is the corporate side of of Subaru Parramatta

tldr - Wrong car was given, replaced new car with defects. Waited 5 weeks to get stuff fixed and their compensation is one free service
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2023.06.03 06:30 Every-Control-3442 Pc Slowed down

Hi, so i bought a used pc about two months ago, everything worked perfect just as it should, about a week ago i saw that i'm getting lower fps in the only game i play (CS GO). I was getting 300/400fps and now i get about 80/160. I scanned my pc for viruses, reinstalled windows two times already and it's still the same. My graphics card runs at normal clock speed, processor and ram seems fine aswell. I was downloading games from some sketchy sites so maybe thats what caused it but since i reinstalled windows it should be fine. All new drivers installed. I don't really know what's wrong. If i don't fix it i'm gonna take it for repair but is there anything else i can do before i do that? Specs: Amd ryzen 5 2600x Rx580 8gb corsair 16gb ram
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2023.06.03 06:30 Every-Control-3442 Slowed pc

Hi, so i bought a used pc about two months ago, everything worked perfect just as it should, about a week ago i saw that i'm getting lower fps in the only game i play (CS GO). I was getting 300/400fps and now i get about 80/160. I scanned my pc for viruses, reinstalled windows two times already and it's still the same. My graphics card runs at normal clock speed, processor and ram seems fine aswell. I was downloading games from some sketchy sites so maybe thats what caused it but since i reinstalled windows it should be fine. All new drivers installed. I don't really know what's wrong. If i don't fix it i'm gonna take it for repair but is there anything else i can do before i do that?
Specs: Amd ryzen 5 2600x
Rx580 8gb
corsair 16gb ram
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2023.06.03 06:21 ajtatum One PC, my primary PC, refuses to connect to primary network. Can connect to other Subnets/VLANs.

So, for the past few days I've been trying to figure out why, suddenly, my laptop couldn't get internet through my primary network, When I connect to a Wifi network, which is on, it works. If I connect to a switch on, it works. But it refuses to establish an internet connection if it's going to I previously had it on a static lease, but I've removed that. I've flushed the ARP tables. I've looked through the config to see if I could find any reference to it's old static IP ( or it's computer name, and nothing appears in the config.
I Have IDS/IPS running on WAN, ZenArmor on LAN/VLAN interfaces. I'm running AdGuard Home as the DNS server, but I've tried running just Unbound or DNSMasq to see if there was something going on there and that made no difference.
On my laptop, I have tried plugging it straight into the laptop, through the docking station, through multiple USB adapters and NOTHING works on, they'll ONLY work on
I'm at the end of my rope here as I figured it had to be Windows as everything is fine and running Linux. So, I just completely reset Windows... fresh install... and it still shows "No internet" unless it's Wireless or if the ethernet is connected to
Ok, before I forget... here's the basic network topology:
OPNsense running in Proxmox -> Connects to QNAP Managed Switch -> One ethernet runs to a 10G multigig unmanaged switch which is and that's not a VLAN. -> Two other ethernet cables runs to two different 2.5 unmanaged switch (so one cable each). -> VLAN 2 is -> VLAN 3 is
I've tried rebooting OPNsense, the QNAP managed router, and unplugging/plugging back in the 10g unmanaged switch and nothing helps. I'm at my wits end!
Can anyone please help?
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2023.06.03 06:18 unitbravo3737 How do I fix a softlock? (Black screen and Windows safe mode)

I'm trying to fix my brother's gaming pc and it kept booting to safe mode. I've tried every option on safe mode including the command console. When I try restarting from safe mode it gives me a black screen.
I've disconnected the hard drive and it took me to the motherboard's bios after turning it on. I have also tried turning off XMP and it still gives me a blackscreen whenever I restarted it from the bios.
I tried reinstalling Windows 11 but that didn't do any good either. It still gave me a black screen after it was done "Installing".
I did update the motherboard's bios as it was two years old. That didn't do any good either. It would show the splashscreen with the windows error: "The computer restared unexpectedlly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install windows, click "OK" to restart the computer, and then restart the installation."
Then once again I clicked "ok", another black screen. I tried different USB ports and booting without the usb thumb drive and I still get the same error.
Is there anything else I could do?
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2023.06.03 06:13 i-c-hill Windows Installer error "Error opening installation files, Verify that the specified logfile exists and is writable"

Good morning,
We are running VB365 Community Edition v7.0.0.3007 P20230421 under Windows 10. Updates for VB365 Explorer to arrived this week. The Sharepoint Explorer updated successfully.
However, the Explorers for Exchange and for Teams do not run, displaying an error message when I try to approve them updating: "Error opening installation files, Verify that the specified logfile exists and is writable".
Is there a way to get past this hurdle (apart from reinstalling VB365?)?
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