XTeKK

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About XTeKK

  • Rank
    Clan Member
  • Birthday 03/28/1969

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    _xtekk_
  • Origin
    Earth

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    kansas
  • Interests
    COD5, computers, Family, Friends..BEER!!!

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  1. ahh... sorry, caps... one to many beers.. =p ~XTeKK
  2. i REMBER WHEN COD4 HAD THAT ISSUE WHERE YOU HAD TO HAVE A PLUG IN THE MIC JACK OR THE GAME WOULD FAIL TO LAUNCH..
  3. Part one: Okay first thing you need to do is open control panel, Then select file explorer options.. Then when that's open, Click on the view tab at the top of that window, under view, Select show all files, and uncheck hide or all the hides from that menu. Apply, exit that. Now your ready for the temp directory. Part two: You need to open up C-drive, where your OS is located.. Find the Directory called users... Open that, then select your profile name (it should be there). IN there you will see a directory called appdata, Open that, then open Local.. IN that directory will be yet another directory called Temp. Open it, Select all, then delete. Your done. ~XTeKK out.
  4. Farout!!! Welcome to the ClaN!! CongradZ!!!!
  5. It worked.. Thx for the help. ~XTeKK btw, good video beers..
  6. Cool, going to try this..
  7. I have demo Manager installed. and for the most part it works fine. I can Record, rename and upload video clips Np.. Only issue I discovered recently, Seem to have a problem using that program to open up a video clip sent to me.. Reason? Not sure.. Any input would be helpful. Thank you. ~XTeKK
  8. Keep me posted.. i want to make sure this repair corrects your issues... your Pal, ~The Great.. yes I'm great.. aka~ XTeKK haha
  9. Hello, Welcome to >XI<
  10. BlackCat... What exactly is going on?? are you unplugging the power then it's all Screwed up?? If So, and Not before.. it's a Bios, Or otherwise known as, a Cmos battery problem.. not a power supply. Now if it's blue screening durring normal pc use, or while gaming.. then it's possible you might have a voltage problem.. or maybe a bad memory module... or could be just a bad spot on your hard drive, your Pc is alocating while making use of swap file memory use.. aka virtual memory.
  11. about time.. Welcome aboard!
  12. Welcome aboard!
  13. Welcome aboard!
  14. Welcome aboard!