Re: why did I buy a diesel?
Because 95% of the car I was after (in the UK) have them fitted.
4206 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
Because 95% of the car I was after (in the UK) have them fitted.
It is NOT a device it is an alternate operating mode.
This urea injection rules though have the potential to cause massive harm by immobilising cars when they may be needed.
I would not buy one without getting the firmware modified to allow operation if it ran out of urea, what happens if you ran out miles from anywhere say touring the world and non was available, or the sensor malfunctioned?
Looks like I will be staying with my 2003 4x4 for many years as even that companies cars are not trustable on expeditions now.
To be honest now driving is no longer a pleasure in the modern world
Try ROT13 and for extra security do it twice
Well we have 4 consoles under the TV, one I never use myself except to weigh myself, and one not used in about a year.
The not used is the best selling of all time, but it is old.
The rarely was the best selling last generation.
The two used are the replacement models for the first
None are MS, and I am not a fan of Nintendo games (prefered the contemparies from Sega)
So I am part of the PS4 success
XB1s are doing fine, in fact pretty well, but PS4s are doing EXTREMELY WELL
I know of 2 XB1s and a hell of a lot of PS4s, 1 of the XB1s belongs to a PS4 owner on my friends list.
The figures for XB1 will be a pretty large percentage of the W10 installs
Little boy sitting on his granddads knee
That TM is no way suitable to replace David Cameron when he steps down.
She is an overcontrollling harridan.
Thanks for the clarification, I was not sure how to explain as I am not a systems architect. but I did notice the CELL RSX connection was a higher speed bus than normal.
Then you read about NDi and GG optimisation which makes their games look so good, then Ubisoft engineers playing with cloth simulators *
Go away it is TROPHY not achievement
SImply not possible without rewriting the game.
PS4 CPU side of the CPGPU is not powerful enough to emulate a Cell. The Cell is more powerful than the CPU side of the PS4 chip, in fact the Cell used to be used by the GPU for some calculations.
Just buy TLoU and Uncharted collection
BTW I suspect MS are rewriting game engines for their back compatability.
My XP PC has a Linux boot drive as well and I do not like anything post Win 7 (and prefer XP to that) so of course I am looking at moving fully to Linux.
I have a lot of material in DV AVI format, and a growing amount of material in HDV.
I need to capture both formats.
I also burn to DVD and BluRay
Currently got Corel/Ulead Video Studio X3 and for DVD I also used TMPGENXP.
So what should I look at trying out then please?
But I get a HD anamorphic picture with no ghosting
And that is now digital, but no buffering required (not counting key frames)
Nope spent 2013 and 2012 Xmas online playing Killzone 3 multiplayer
Hand you a card, use it once OK, go back later, card not valid, get new card, rinse and repeat.
They mentioned using something on a mobile telephone, no thanks.
Got a good supply of ice scrapers/door openers ect
Erm some of us managed to get married and have kids. My wife has to put up with a pile of Airfix air con and Lima Mark2 body shells being detailed.
Etched window frames removes any hint of toyness to the Limas
Sorry not on, as a member of the Blue Diesel sect I want 37s 50s Deltic and 47s everywhere.
And HSTs should be in their original colours and have Valentas.
Death to the Sheds.
Centres of worship at Falcon works and Vulcan Foundry
When my work PC was first set up Firefox was installed.
Still running it as best of a bad baunch of web browsers with a back up of Pale Moon
Just because the OS I put on the PC when built (just before 7 release) still works and does what I need it to with no whinging about 16 bit programs, or that Alt-Enter gives me a full size CMD prompt.
Can't see why I should pay more for another OS when the one on it works.
And I do have an escape route a 500GB drive with Linux Mint Cinnamon on it and WINE, it can access C and D as well which are the two NTFS drives.
Not all games though work in Linux
Seems fine on a PC at home
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
He managed to turn a huge inheritance to a smaller fortune
Yes, this would be great!
No he needs to start with Janet and John
An animated wig called fart
Someone to the left of Corbyn
Any a lot of US people think I am insane for suggesting their current best candidates are the brother of a previous president and the wife of the one before.
They actually like the fart, or they are so thick they believe in creationism (my thoughts are, if you believe in it you are a moron), and I use the Pope as an example of a religious person who knows it is bollocks.
Donald Fart is a cut price, low intelligence version of Nigel Farage, but with a big dollop of Nick Griffin.
At least our mad haired politician is actually quite clever.
Same here, then realise he was pretty bad as well.
Someone else has spotted the red car icon!
Well I don't like webmail. Always used a client
Use Outlook Express and Thunderbird at home.
At work for newsgroup access I had to use TB because the Windows 7 supplied email client was poo.
There is always a need for a decent email client.
TB is good because I was able to set up a PC to use the same email settings and storage for a dual boot PC for both OSes
That is because they were not written by Moffat
Since when were RTD, Gattiss, and the other two called Steven Moffat?
FInd the duff episode out of
The Empty Child
The Doctor Dances
The Girl in the Fireplace
Silence in the Library and the other episode it was paired with.
Well it is a long running Sci Fi series with the same character. The best of Doctor Who is among the best TV there is, the worst is just above soap level.
You can change actor, director, show runner, writer, and it is still Doctor Who.
You can see that the current crew are fans due to the way they remember he is around 2000 years old and had many incarnations.
The Doctor treats the human race as his pets, like very clever dogs.
Anyway what is there to not like about a character who can travel anywhere in time and space.
At his best Moffat is one of the best writers to write scripts for Doctor Who, definately top 3, to some top 1.
At his worst they are average. But an average Moffat is poor compared to Blink, or this most recent episode.
Capaldi as well was excellent.
I would put this episode just below Blink.
Until he became showrunner we only ever saw the exceptional
From some shots Capaldi looks just like Pertwee
Employ a hitman and remove the company.
As someone who does not like the ginger creep I want to know if I can deduct the cost of Amazon Prime from my TV licence.
I use a site for hobby X and the adverts are for a supplier to hobby X and it is some new exciting thing of course I am going to look.
These suppliers are paying for the site and their adverts are interesting to most users of the site.
They are banners, and not popups pushing some strange crap no one wants.
No they don't, we block intrusive ads but then on forums we use with banner ads which pay for the particular site we look at them, and occasionally buy from.
However get intrusive and adblock is enabled.
BTW most main ad sites live in my hosts file
Popups caused me to install ad blocking software.
There are still a LOT of XP machines out there wanting internet access, all round the world.
So there is still a market for it XP browsers.
on a new work PC, going back around 25 years, 286 or 386, not sure which.
Ran it - useless, so deleted it for for disc space.
Never a fan of the 2CV but the large cars, DS, SM & CX were always very interesting.
And for the small ones the GS is pretty clever.
To be honest not my type of car but a car I can really appreciate. But I would definatly would have go in a real DS.
I also like their old corrugated vans.
A DS is futuristic, unique to look at, a car for someone who appreciates engineering.
This is a poshish hatch.
Where is the with hydro-pneumatic suspension?
Going from 12.5mm to 3.7mm wavelength
Just over 3 times resolution
Anyone of us could have been arrested wihout charge for 42 days, you me, anyone.
A good way to get a love rival out of the way, or a person who really knows what is legal and illegal regarding speed cameras, just get them out of the way for 7 weeks.
But you may disagree with Theresa May, but agree with David Davies and they are of the same party.
They will be the other Daesh casulties.
"Right got another 73, tell them they have their 72 virgins."
Or the book Encounter with Tiber which had an alien space ship hovering over the Earth on its main drive rather than orbiting some sort of zero point drive I think they called it.
Jarringly bad science.
Either it is in orbit OR being kept up with anti gravity NOT both
I got the GLADOS one very quickly, could have kept that running.
I think this series is much better than the last, the last one was a bit poor. This series PC has found his Doctor.
Since they stopped doing the WRC
Nope, I have a late Beta, and it was still better than VHS until I fried a control board when I had a trapped loom rip and my soldering iron had a voltage leak.
Still have two working and they are better than the Vhs deck I was gifted, the oldest Beta deck 10 years older at least (1982) but still excellent working order.
As mentioned elsewhere I head to headed my 950 against a S-VHS deck and the 950 won.
BTW does anyone have a broken 950 for spares, I need one of the control boards.
It was at CD resolution