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VxSpec

Member Since 04 Jul 2004
Offline Last Active May 11 2013 07:19 PM

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In Topic: Please help me save my favorite show from being canceled :(

08 May 2010 - 08:57 PM

The number count went up so much. I have you guys to thank for it. Keep up the good job!

also, hiii cori

In Topic: Please help me save my favorite show from being canceled :(

07 May 2010 - 02:23 PM

Thanks for helping out guys :lol:

Keep up the efforts, I think it's working!

In Topic: A Little Computer Help

16 July 2009 - 05:52 PM

In March I downloaded a youtube video for a Super Junior remix and ever since there has been a file on my desktop that I can not delete.
It's stored as a .file type.

I've tried a few different methods and I have not been able to delete it.
I know for a fact that my computer is not infected by a virus, as I have used several programs to check.
Buts anyways, I was wondering if anybody would know some way I could delete this.

Yes. I'm computer savvy, but I'm lost at what to do with this file.

If it's any help, this is the video that I ripped:


Try deleting it in safemode? Try to right click on the file and in the security tab you can change the permission type to give yourself full control. If anything just make it invisible and hide it :D

In Topic: Destructive Friend

03 July 2009 - 12:42 PM

Cybermiko, I don't personally have any experience with my friends being TOO addicted to drugs but the only advice I can give you is just to be there for him. Help him enroll in a program to control his addictions, help him detox, and get past his withdrawal phase. This is probably the most you can do for him, but ultimately it's his decision what he's going to do with his life.

I've found some programs that can help him through this, but they're not all free. (I always thought they were) You can easily find more by searching through google for "California drug rehab."

http://www.soberliving.com/
http://www.solutions4recovery.com/

It'll be very difficult to talk to him about the situation because he'll disagree and believe he is in full control of his use of drugs, but is not. He'll try to justify his actions with excuses that don't make sense or whatnot, but the main point is to get him to know what he's losing or going to potentially lose if he continues with this. If I were in your position I would get a group of his friends (the non druggies) that care enough to be there for him and try to get through to him.

In Topic: -2009 Dance project 2-

03 July 2009 - 12:19 PM

This seems like a great idea to bring to community together. Although it hasn't begun yet, i'm hoping it will be a great success. Thank you Risingsunrocks for taking initiative to get the ball rolling on some much needed BoAjjang projects :)