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Thread: Need recomandation for HDD working good with NeoGamma

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    As for the HD graphics, if you are seeing a blurring effect check the signal shielding of your setup. Move things around, if you are using something nearby with cheap cabling-replace that. A cheap way to shield some devices is to re-use that special electrostatic/shielding plastic bag in which some computer and some electronics devices are sent.
    And in one word, should i get it?

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    No, I think something else is responsible for your blurring.

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    The hell, I didn't even understand what you wanted gen3sf.. you was very informative, but i didn't understand even one thing about that "Shielding stuff", maybe try to go in a dictionary ( IM NOT TRYING TO HURT YOU! ) and then tell me what you meant... its fucking hard to understand a thing :P

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    I'm saying that the blurring is possibly due to an electric signal too close to your Wii cable-all the words I used are in the information that comes with computers, electronics, cell phones that kind of stuff. The words in the safety manual no one ever reads. Like when you wireless router doesn't work? When you call for help they say things just like this and ask you to move electronic gadgets, wireless devices, etc away from the thing that isn't getting the signal clear.

    The cheap shielding I mentioned was because you reported watching your budget. An old computer trick was to take that electrostatic/shielding plastic bag-those are the words printed on that kinda stiff plastic envelope (sometimes it's a stiff shiny plastic bag and sometimes it's a stiff pink sheet or bag)-type of bag-and tape that around the thing causing the disruption-saves buying a new enclosure or new device using a different frequency.

    Sorry you didn't understand. As this was not Wii hacking stuff, but information that is really old (before the 1980's!) I didn't about it too much.

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    it can happan with all my TV, Wii, my Computer connected to the same electricity point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    I'm saying that the blurring is possibly due to an electric signal too close to your Wii cable-all the words I used are in the information that comes with computers, electronics, cell phones that kind of stuff. The words in the safety manual no one ever reads. Like when you wireless router doesn't work? When you call for help they say things just like this and ask you to move electronic gadgets, wireless devices, etc away from the thing that isn't getting the signal clear.

    The cheap shielding I mentioned was because you reported watching your budget. An old computer trick was to take that electrostatic/shielding plastic bag-those are the words printed on that kinda stiff plastic envelope (sometimes it's a stiff shiny plastic bag and sometimes it's a stiff pink sheet or bag)-type of bag-and tape that around the thing causing the disruption-saves buying a new enclosure or new device using a different frequency.

    Sorry you didn't understand. As this was not Wii hacking stuff, but information that is really old (before the 1980's!) I didn't about it too much.
    Just use tin foil cheap and effective even works with coaxial cable (TV).

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    GUYS I NEED QUICK REPLY!

    ive canceled my WD HDD because the supplier is fucked up,
    so i changed it to "Maxtor Basics 500GB External HDD "
    In the list it says after 15 minutes it gets to sleep mode, but i can turn it off.
    without that 15 minutes, does this HDD works great? or have problems?

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    No need to shout!

    So you've chosen an inferior brand, hope it doesn't fail on you.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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