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  1. cheesy999

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    it uses this

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    How's the hot chicka? yum do want!!

    And there is something called PS3 media server that will do what you want I think Cheesy :toast:
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    I know my laptop supports DLNA but i never knew what it does.

    that would be telling ;)
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    http://www.ps3mediaserver.org/ ?, or something else
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    You don't look "British Born Chinese" ... ;)
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    It would be telling if I was to tell you all the things i am thinking about right now, I would destroy that.... :eek:

    P.S apologies if it's a relative/girlfriend, you know I am joking and I wouldn't think such a thing :D :laugh:


    Think that's the one cheesy, had the same problem trying to get my xbox to play mkv files and had to use something similar
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    I would be heartbroken if she was a relative :cool:
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    Her eyes and cleavage are absolutely mesmerising *cough cough* anyway enough of me sounding like an old perv lol (only 30, not TOO old yet.... ) I just think it's a great pic. I have a thing for the girl next door kind of look in women so don't tend to go for your typical run of the mill FIT as F*** women lol dunno can't explain it just always been that way.
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    meaning you prefer to trade your 'cars' in for a younger model :cool::pimp:
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    i looked at that, then it looked a bit complicated, then i worked out how to use the DLNA feature in XBMC and now i can see all my photos, video's and music on my PS3
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    I have a 320gig Samsung Spinpoint SATA that I literally wiped and took out of my PC 10 minutes ago, it's reasonably swift also and in good nick. I just replaced it with another Crucial M4.
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    OOoooo.. what would you be looking for? :)

    Also, anyone got a P45 DDR2 mobo i can pur-chase? Mates Giga has just kerplunked.. lol.
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    Ive got XBMC on my original xbox, its pretty good.
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    I have it on windows vista, and agree
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    lol you would be surprised how well it runs on an original xbox with its celeron processor, it can just about manage 720p but i haven't tried in a long time. I need to get it set up again with my network so i can just stream a film or music from my pc. Ive only got a 250gb hard drive in the xbox i think.
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    I just like the way the systems set up, you know that feeling you get when something unnecessarily complicated somehow works .

    I mean, a song located on the second hard drive of my main pc is being sent.through the PC's networking chip to a network switch, before being forwarded to a wireless router which is broadcasting it to my ps3 which is decoding the file to a pcm format output which is then sent to a tv in 'picture off' mode which then forwards it to the speakers
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    Lol wut?? Are you drunk man?
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    Hell no man, not on a school night :laugh: don't act like you wouldn't kuro, I just said what most y'all were thinkin :nutkick::roll:
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    Count me out of the majority mate lol.
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    You wouldn't "tap" it? :shadedshu

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    Nope i wouldn't tap that lol.
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    meh horses for courses I guess..

    I know of you guys are into photography and such so I am after getting a camera for Christmas, would like an SLR but..

    A: I only have £150 max to spend
    B: I am not into photography


    So am looking at something like this:

    http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B004G8Q600/?tag=tec053-21

    It looks nice, has a good lens on it with 18x optical zoom and has a few more manual controls than a standard auto, any thoughts?
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    I have this (basically an older model of the same thing) http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B000IHYS2Q/?tag=tec053-21 and it is excellent
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    That looks like a cheap bridge camera not a DSLR. You wont find a lens and DSLR for £150, possibly second hand, bridge camera is your best bet tho.

    As for video, bridge cameras take "passable" video but then again mobile phones that take 1080p video are "passable".

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