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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

x86 is evil

Note: This is a blind rant. Don't take a man's word in anger serious ;).

[14:46] dear lord im not made to use x86 :(
[14:46] *every* time i add a drive or something, something with the slave/master fcuks up
[14:46] damn legacy crap.
[14:53] <-- coolgoose has quit (Read error: 110 (Connection timed out))
[14:53] riiiiight i need to put a zipdisk in my internal zipdrive in order for my hdd to be detected
[14:54] yeah x86 is the best arch, suuuure
[14:54] crap


Update: Had to *reverse* (???) an IDE cable in order to get it to work. Why-o-why, Intel and AMD, must x86 suck so much.
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9:08 PM, by Anonymous Anonymous

Make sure the jumpers on the drives are set correctly before you start complaining about it :). If you had to flip the cable then the jumpers were set backwards and all you had to do is flip the jumpers and it would have worked. Oh yeah, this has nothing to do with x86. x86 is the processor 'type' if you want to call it that. Macs work the same way, the only difference is the processor type and a slightly different motherboard.    

9:44 PM, by Blogger Thom Holwerda

Meh I was ranting.

No, the jumpers were set correctly, I'm completely aware of how to maintain and set-up the jumpers and all that, you know ;). That's what baffeled me.

It's just that when things go wrong, it's always on an x86. I just had to rant in public there :).    

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