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    Programming - The beginning

    It may not be a perfect fit for your work environment, but I usually suggest Python to people who are starting out.
  2. If you read the linked Seagate article, you'll find that many of the places that make the parts for the drives are totally under water. It isn't just the actual Seagate/WD factories that are having problems.
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    ItsDirect.com.au - Stay clear...

    Yup, sorry OP but I agree with the other responses. Although I can understand how it would be frustrating if you have ordered something that says it is 'in stock' and find out it isn't, their response to it looks to be reasonable.
  4. Personally, I tend to go with AMD for budget systems like this. Much more bang for buck and will last just as long.
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    ext2/3/4(?) driver for Windows 7 x64?

    BAM! http://www.ext2fsd.com/
  6. http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ and use the relevant manufacturer tool would be the go.
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    Steam hacked

    Sounds like they are handling it well. As has been said before, the real test isn't if a company will be hacked, but what it does when it is hacked.
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    Edit: also...unlimited quests!! I just came...... Well, they aren't going to be deep, scripted quests of course but its better than nothing. I remember wishing for something like this in Oblivion, especially for the Dark Brotherhood (one of my favourite parts of the game).
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    Mortgage Advice

    I have heard this too (and not just from random mate, from people that are in a position to know what they are talking about). We were never going to fix anyway because it would have meant being limited as to how much we could pay off in advance (something that we were planning to do a lot of from the start).
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    Ozgameshop order? Edit: also...unlimited quests!! http://nexus404.com/Blog/2011/11/09/todd-h...t-quest-system/
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    Oh sorry mate...I thought it might have been a little iffy hence the spoiler tags. Didn't see your post. No worries :-)
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    Leverage, how does it work?

    No-one knows...they just do.
  13. The first link appears to be related to how to root a gingerbread device, not a gingerbread rom. As to your question though- why not just try each of them and see? Different roms cater for different tastes/requirements. Personally, I use a rom called Oxygen with my phone- its pretty much a standard android build with a few minor extras. Works well for me.
  14. Probably your best bet is to look around on somewhere like XDA developers for the info you need: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=752 Generally with android devices the process is: -Gain root access -Install a rom manager (like clockworkmod rom manager- https://market.android.com/details?id=com.k...nager&hl=en ) -Download the rom you want to use, put it on your SD card -Install via rom manager
  15. As has been posted, its due to the flooding overseas. Personally I'd be holding off purchasing any hard drives for a while (id possible) because it isn't going to be cheap.