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Comment on Not Cricket by Pakistan Super League Official Website
Pakistan will play India in World Cup T20 2016. Thats going to be an amazing match. Lets see who wins

Pakistan will play India in World Cup T20 2016.

Thats going to be an amazing match. Lets see who wins

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Comment on How To Fix an Overheating Laptop that Shuts Down Randomly by Troy
I was at my wits end with the heat issue on my 1525....total dis-assembly and everything....no dice... Ran into this and decided one last attempt and unscrewed the heat sink assembly...lifted....and what do ya know!?!?!? Commpletely jammed with dust/lint/crud.....looked like a tiny blanket blocking the entire exit path for heat!! It's pinned against the shell frame and deceptively appears to not be a point of potential accumulation....WRONG! Life saver! As info here are my before and after heat/speed specs Before removing blanket of crud: fan1 - 4900-5400 RPMs (ZINGING) HD0 - 120 deg F Temp1 - 193-200 deg F Core 0 - 192-200 deg F CPU - 195-210 deg F DIMM - 193-205 deg F GPU - 163 deg F AFETR removing blanket of crud: fan1 - 2950 RPMs (stable) HD0 - 104 deg F Temp1 - 106 deg F Core 0 - 106 deg F CPU - 109 deg F DIMM - 105 deg F GPU - 91 deg F

I was at my wits end with the heat issue on my 1525….total dis-assembly and everything….no dice…

Ran into this and decided one last attempt and unscrewed the heat sink assembly…lifted….and what do ya know!?!?!?

Commpletely jammed with dust/lint/crud…..looked like a tiny blanket blocking the entire exit path for heat!! It’s pinned against the shell frame and deceptively appears to not be a point of potential accumulation….WRONG!

Life saver!

As info here are my before and after heat/speed specs

Before removing blanket of crud:
fan1 – 4900-5400 RPMs (ZINGING)
HD0 – 120 deg F
Temp1 – 193-200 deg F
Core 0 – 192-200 deg F
CPU – 195-210 deg F
DIMM – 193-205 deg F
GPU – 163 deg F

AFETR removing blanket of crud:
fan1 – 2950 RPMs (stable)
HD0 – 104 deg F
Temp1 – 106 deg F
Core 0 – 106 deg F
CPU – 109 deg F
DIMM – 105 deg F
GPU – 91 deg F

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Comment on How To Fix an Overheating Laptop that Shuts Down Randomly by sourav
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The greatest problem for your laptop, except for your coffee mug,http://www.liamalexander.com/blog/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_razz.gif is overheating. One of the most common problems with computers is laptop overheating.

It can cause hardware failure and permanent damage. This article will introduce ways in which you can prevent or fix an overheating laptop and thus improve the performance and extend the lifespan of your laptop. I hope this shows how to stop your laptop from overheating.

http://053479df.theseforums.com

http://46f77d3f.theseblogs.com

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Comment on Lingerie football: Y-front football would provide balance by World Channels
good post.. thanks for posting

good post..
thanks for posting

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Comment on Consume, Be Silent and Die: A Valediction Against Lurking by Liam
"As the Internet savy population ages, a more assertive use of the Internet may prevail. (we can hope)" I'm thinking that the opposite may be true. Long term internet usage, with concomitant exposure to spam, scams etc. tends to make users less likely to actively engage with online communities. Your point about voter turnout is well made; in Australia voting is compulsory; this doesn't ensure active involvement in politics and how our lives are run but doesn't allow complete disengagement either. I'm thinking that perhaps the stance I took in the post was actually too harsh; passive internet users at least use technology to some purpose. A great many others actively resist technology and want to pretend it is irrelevant. Perhaps we should be thankful for passive users (please 'like' this post!) :wink:

“As the Internet savy population ages, a more assertive use of the Internet may prevail. (we can hope)” I’m thinking that the opposite may be true. Long term internet usage, with concomitant exposure to spam, scams etc. tends to make users less likely to actively engage with online communities. Your point about voter turnout is well made; in Australia voting is compulsory; this doesn’t ensure active involvement in politics and how our lives are run but doesn’t allow complete disengagement either. I’m thinking that perhaps the stance I took in the post was actually too harsh; passive internet users at least use technology to some purpose. A great many others actively resist technology and want to pretend it is irrelevant. Perhaps we should be thankful for passive users (please ‘like’ this post!) :wink:

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Comment on Consume, Be Silent and Die: A Valediction Against Lurking by Dave Hennager
I must be über-passive, have never even clicked a "like" button... Baaaaaaaa. Can an old sheep learn new tricks? The idea of correlation between passive internet use and being passive in other endeavors makes sense. Another consideration is the theory put forth by Erikson on psychosocial development: he states developmental crises arise at different stages in life. It is not until middle adulthood does the challenge to be creative, productive, and nurturant of the next generation generally surface. The majority of avid Internet users have yet to enter this stage. Before the last presidential election (in America) the youth voter turnout was abysmal. Historical voter turnout rates here in the U.S. would seem to verify Erikson's theory. As the Internet savy population ages, a more assertive use of the Internet may prevail. (we can hope)

I must be über-passive, have never even clicked a “like” button… Baaaaaaaa. Can an old sheep learn new tricks? The idea of correlation between passive internet use and being passive in other endeavors makes sense. Another consideration is the theory put forth by Erikson on psychosocial development: he states developmental crises arise at different stages in life. It is not until middle adulthood does the challenge to be creative, productive, and nurturant of the next generation generally surface. The majority of avid Internet users have yet to enter this stage. Before the last presidential election (in America) the youth voter turnout was abysmal. Historical voter turnout rates here in the U.S. would seem to verify Erikson’s theory. As the Internet savy population ages, a more assertive use of the Internet may prevail. (we can hope)

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last updated: Thu, 02 May 2013 02:57:41 GMT

A brass band but no details on the dollars
IN a bizarre ceremony in a freezing Airforce hangar, Julia Gillard said the strategic shift to the Indo-Pacific region meant both prosperity and risk.

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