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  1. Hello,

     

    Waiting for you in TS3

  2. Angrry.exe™

    cs 1.6

    Hello! it turns out that Microsoft game me the WRONG video drive to start with when I first installed windows. So, I went to Dell and found the right one, installed it I can't guarantee this is your problem, but generally this is caused by a refresh rate error. Namely, the game will try to start up in a mode that your card either doesn't natively support or a mode that has specifically been disabled. Often the resolution is correct, but your card supports it at a different refresh rate. Other times, on widescreen laptops, the specific resolution isn't available on that system. This is what I'd try: Open Steam, then Right-click on CS:CZ and select the "Properties" button on the context menu. When that dialogue box opens, go to the "Launch Options" box. You'll need to know the width, height and refresh rate of your desktop at this point. For my 1280x1024 @ 85hz mode, I'd enter the following in that box: -w 1280 -h 1024 -refresh 85 Given that you have a GF2Go, I'm assuming this is a laptop, most of which run at 60hz refresh. Still, to check what mode your desktop is, right-click the desktop, select "properties" from the context menu, select the "Settings" tab, click the "Advanced" button, click the "Adapter" tab, click "List all modes" and your current settings should be listed there. Anyway, I'd try matching those settings to what your desktop display is and see if it will run like that. If not, then I'd try this: -w 640 -h 480 -window For further command line stuff you can try, use this link: https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Command_Line_Options#Goldsource_Games
  3. Many times, change is not to our liking, but in order to evolve, we need change. If we continue to stay in our comfort zone, where it is warm and good, we will not be able to cope with a world in continuous development, we will not be able to be better and more competitive. There is no development without change, so if you want to be better today than you were yesterday and if you want to feel that your life is a little better every day, you have to consider a development plan, to improve. So, if you feel that your life / business is stagnant, it means it's time for a change, it's time for an improvement. But how do you do that? Do you completely change your lifestyle? Do you change all the processes in your company? Or do you take everything gradually and make a small improvement every day? Continuous improvement, with small steps vs. improvement through radical changes! Whatever you do in life, it is important not to stand still. Go forward, all the time ahead, no matter how slow you move. Everyone has their own pace and it doesn't matter if you take small steps, it's important to keep moving forward, regardless of obstacles. It is more productive to take small steps, but never to stop on your way, than to take big steps forward once, only to get stuck and start backing down. Regardless of whether you choose to improve a process from your company or your lifestyle, when you decide to do this, everything can seem scary. When you want to make radical changes in your personal life, your brain will not accept this too easily. You can't change your behavior 180 degrees like that overnight. Your brain needs to adapt to the idea of change so that it can act accordingly. That's why it's better to make small changes every day than a major change all of a sudden. The same thing happens in business. When you want to radically change the processes within your company, you will encounter resistance from employees, but not only. For major changes, you need a higher budget, longer time and more effort. But if you choose to make small improvements every day or every activity, things will be easier to perceive and employees will be more open to change. If you change 1% of a process or a habit every day, you will be more motivated and the pressure of failure will not be so great. When you set small goals in your personal life every day, you will be happy to see that you can meet them and thus you will be more motivated to continue. Otherwise, if you see every day that nothing has changed in your goal to radically change your lifestyle, you will be stressed, you will unconsciously tell yourself that you are not capable of anything and thus you will sabotage yourself. the chances of success. Translating this concept into business, if you aim to improve an activity every day, you will have time to see if the change is good and if it brings any added value to the process as a whole. And if the changes do not have the expected result, the repairs will not cost you too much. Remember: If you want to achieve something in life, just do it in small steps and with self-confidence! The base is you and your ego!
  4. New rules for drone users starting January 1, 2021 Drone users are subject to European regulations that entered into force on 1 January and are intended to establish a common set of rules in the EU Member States, Norway and Iceland. Similar regulations apply in the UK, even if it left the community bloc, informs BBC. The new regulations set out where drones can be used and aim to make it easier to identify their owners. Under the new regulations, even smaller drones will have to be registered with the aviation authority. Specifically, a registration threshold is set for drone operators: they must be registered if their drones can transfer a kinetic energy of more than 80 joules on impact with a person. On the other hand, there is no longer any distinction between commercial and recreational use of drones. Drones are classified into three categories, depending on the risk they may pose. Low-risk drones, which are generally owned by most people who have a hobby for such a thing, will not need authorization, but have strict usage restrictions. They will bear the trademark of the European Community, which guarantees that products sold in Europe meet environmental, safety and health standards. Medium risk drones must be registered with the aviation authority, while high risk drones will need certification and will be subject to aviation rules. It is a category in which future passenger drones will enter, for example. Conditions for small drones However, low-risk drones are subject to certain overflight conditions. Thus, only drones weighing less than 250 grams can be lifted above people. Those weighing between 250 grams and 2 kilograms must be lifted at least 50 meters away from people, and drones over 2 kg must be lifted at a considerable distance from groups of people. In addition, drone users need to know that from now on they will not be able to simply buy a drone, unpack it and use it. You need to read the user manual first and do some safety exercises. Drones have begun to be used, on the other hand, more and more by companies, as unmanned aerial vehicles that can provide supply services. Unmanned aerial vehicles can provide added value when used for data collection and interpretation in different sectors of the economy. But drones can also create problems in terms of data protection, privacy, noise and CO2 emissions, according to the European Commission. The harmonization of European legislation was necessary after the rules on drones were unclear and varied from country to country.
  5. Apple had an event last night. I saw interesting products that I will present below. iPad, iMac, iPhone and AirTag are the star products. iMac Thinner, colorful, with M1 processor. It has 6 speakers, 3 microphones, FHD webcam, 23.5 inch diagonal, 4.5K resolution, Thunderbolt and Wi-Fi 6. This is what the new iMac looks like. It is 50% faster on the GPU side and 85% faster on the CPU side compared to the previous generation of 21.5 inches. The Magic Keyboard comes in 3 versions, one of them integrating TouchID. The power supply also integrates the LAN port, a very good idea. It starts at 1300 euros. iPad Pro The iPad Pro now has an M1 processor, why not. 12.9 inch diagonal, Mini-LED screen, 128GB storage, 256, 512, 1TB or 2TB with maximum 16GB RAM. The USB Type C port is now Thunderbolt. Otherwise it is the same very good iPad Pro. The prices are high: from 1099 euros and can reach up to 2399 euros. Apple AirTag Apple AirTag is now officially a keychain that you attach to keys or anything else you want, and in case you can't find that object you can find it using the phone connected to AirTag. It is round, water and dust resistant, has an integrated speaker to emit sounds and works with a CR2032 battery. It is used with the Find My application, has U1 chipset, Ultra Wideband technology and uses encryption to secure the location. It costs $ 29. As for the iPhone 12, it has a new color, purple. That's all.
  6. Huawei P50 could come with HarmonyOS HarmonyOS, the operating system that brought high hopes to the brand's fans immediately after the US bans, will be available on the P50 series. Unfortunately, the operating system is an Android with a changed name. HarmonyOS was supposed to be a new, original operating system. Unfortunately, it is also an Android without Google services but with a changed interface and more control from Huawei. Basically, several Huawei functions will be integrated so that it looks like an ecosystem. After its official launch, it can be installed on the P40 and Mate 40 series. Rumor has it that HarmonyOS is now in Beta 2. The operating system can also be seen on Huawei TVs in China, watches and even tablets.

  7. Mr.Talha :  how are you hacking 


    Mr.Talha :  shit give me chance bro

     

     

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    3. Angrry.exe™

      Angrry.exe™

      I swear to God there is no hacker or anything this is just my game

      I'm professional

    4. Mr.Talha

      Mr.Talha

      ahahahahahah no dude..

  8. A technology giant is preparing, for the first time, a gaming console. Who wants to compete with PlayStation and Xbox Gaming is an attractive niche for many players, and one of the largest technology companies seems to soon focus on making products for this segment. It would be a gaming laptop, but also a console. Rumors in the market indicate that Huawei wants to enter the gaming segment. The first product? A gaming laptop. Which isn't very strange, given that Huawei already has a line of successful laptops. The more interesting product seems to be, however, a future gaming console. Thus, Huawei would enter the battle with the three big players: Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. What will the console look like? We have no details about the platform on which it will be based, but rumors indicate that it will be a high-performance product, not one based on an ARM processor like the Nintendo Switch. So, we could see an APU similar to those found on Playstation and Xbox. At the same time, Huawei could try to produce its own console chips. It will also be interesting to see what kind of software the console will run. In case you didn't know, this wouldn't be the first Chinese console. Huawei launched a console, which few remember, in 2014. It was called Tron and had a Tegra 4 processor and ran Android 4.2.
  9. The number of people addicted to Zoom has exploded in the last year, but as things start to return to normal, the po[CENSORED]r platform is trying to adapt with a major update. Zoom benefited greatly from the pandemic, with the dismantling of face-to-face events. Even though the restrictions caused by Covid-19 have risen in many parts of the world, including Romania, the creators of Zoom hope that people's affinity for virtual events did not end abruptly, even in a hybrid format, with some people in the room. , others at the other end of the world. Zoom Events is the newest event platform from the creators of Zoom. From conferences with thousands of people to yoga sessions with 15-20 people, the new function hopes to address a wide variety of scenarios. Last but not least, it should be a significant source of money, given that most people who use Zoom, probably 95% of them, do not pay any money. On the other hand, Zoom has subscriptions from $ 150 to $ 65,000, and someone has to pay for those too, it's not for nothing. Zoom Events will be available this summer and will also be reflected in the availability of a calendar or hub in which organizers can register their events, whether private, public, occasional or weekly. Moreover, the hosts will be able to monetize their events through virtual tickets directly through Zoom, will be able to define a registration mechanism for potential participants and more. From one point of view, this is an extension of the OnZoom platform, which has been in testing since last autumn with small businesses and entrepreneurs. Predictably, the functionality of that service will now be integrated into Zoom Events. It remains to be seen whether people will be willing to pay for the new Zoom or prefer to run to real-world events as far away from the internet as possible.
  10. Samsung has announced two new tablets from the Galaxy Tab series: the Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite models. They will serve the mid-market segment, and will compete directly with the iPad and iPad Air models or Huawei's MatePad variants. The tablets come with Android 11, high-resolution screens and competitive hardware configurations. Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a large screen productivity tablet Galaxy Tab S7 FE is an alternative to last year's Galaxy Tab S7 model. This tablet benefits from a similar design and a large screen, but some adjustments have been made in terms of performance. The 12.4 ”LCD screen offers a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, on 16:10 format, being obviously made for productivity. The 5-megapixel front-facing camera is centrally positioned for landscape use, while the 8-megapixel rear camera can be used for quick photos or document scanning. The new mid-range tablet benefits from a 2.2 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 750 chipset, 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal storage. Of course, there is also a microSD slot for expanding the internal space by up to 1 TB more. Galaxy Tab S7 FE is only 6.3mm thick and weighs 608 grams. Inside there is also a battery of generous dimensions, with a capacity of 10,090 mAh, with fast charging at 45W. Samsung will offer Wi-Fi, 4G and 5G variants for this model. Samsung offers the Galaxy Tab A7 for those who need an affordable tablet The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite seems to be more of an entry point into Samsung's tablet family. It benefits from an 8.7 ”screen with a resolution of 1,340 x 800 pixels. The front camera is only 2 megapixels and the rear 8 megapixels. Being a compact tablet with lower resolution, the 5,100 mAh battery should be enough for a full day of use. The processor used by Samsung on this model is a MediaTek MT8768, which benefits from 3 + 32 or 4 + 64 GB configurations. Being a budget model, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite will not receive a model with 5G, but will benefit from Wi-Fi and 4G. The company has not yet announced official prices for the Romanian market, but they will be available starting in June.
  11. Are we born with a certain amount of courage? Can we create the courage we need to travel through life on our own? If we feel fear, does that mean we don't have the courage? The change almost always causes discomfort, generates fear, anxiety, even panic. We have been in the middle of major, unplanned, difficult changes for more than a year. But despite all the difficulties, I think this period has created a great opportunity to strengthen our courage and resilience. I suggest you take a piece of paper and answer these questions: On a scale from 1 (low level) to 10 (high level), how brave did I feel in March 2020? Using the same scale from 1 to 10, what is my courage level NOW? Often, the blessing of a living scale comes in the form of courage. Too often, people think that you are either born brave or not. I believe that we gain courage through daily practice. Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, a psychotherapist and leadership professor at INSEAD, shares a number of techniques we can use to find and practice our courage: 1. Create scenarios. Imagine the harm that could happen if you take a certain action, and what the outcome would be if you did not act. By identifying the risks we take, we can immunize ourselves against our fears. It is important to recognize that fear is not a bad thing. It's an opportunity to learn more about who you are and what she can tell you. 2. Name your fears. If you take the time to express your fears and understand why they are there, you will become more courageous. Of course, it is not easy to recognize where and when we are vulnerable. But if you can deal with these fears, you are one step closer to being brave. 3. Practice getting out of your personal comfort zone. Conscious and consistent practice of small acts of courage can have a cumulative effect. 4. Take care of your body. Fear is exhausting both physically and mentally. In a crisis, make sure you take the time to eat well, exercise and sleep. The use of various relaxation techniques, such as meditation or yoga, creates clarity of mind, which is necessary for courageous actions. 5. Surround yourself with people with whom you can freely share your fears and whose fears you will listen to. A few days ago, Gordana Biernat, author of the book Know the Truth, answered the question "How do you think people can find courage?" "When things in the external reality are so difficult that you feel you have to surrender to them because you can't cope, that's when courage comes. You can't dictate to have courage, you can't say, "I'll dare to do that." But surrender to what is, and that will allow courage to appear. You can't plan for courage, it happens at certain moments, gradually. " If you were to look at the last 365 days of your life, what did you learn about your personal share of courage? Did you plan a year ago to increase your dose of courage? And if you needed (yet) an exhortation to practice courage, I highly recommend these few minutes with Jordan B. Peterson.
  12. How did you feel after a whole night of socializing at a party? What did you fill the conversations with when there was no pandemic? Many can even make an effort to think, to find out the answers. The strange reality we have been living in for months is about to become more predictable and friendly. Among vaccination options and pandemic wave predictions, we can access the normal of life as we knew it. However, this scares many. For the most part, the concerns are about the health of each of us, and then about how we can re-enter the naturalness of the interactions we had. We hear or feel on our own skin frequent difficulties in remembering things, decreased ability to be attentive, weight in making decisions, high anxiety, problems in the sleep routine and a general condition of well-affected. Many of these symptoms are found in the concept of brain fog, or mental fog, an umbrella term that designates a state in which cognitive processes no longer function optimally. What is "brain fog"? The term is closely related to the pandemic context, which has generated at least two major changes. On the one hand, the environment in which we operate rarely has changed, and the brain has lost the training to be constantly receptive to what is happening around us. In other words, over the past few months we have changed little or no environment. Overlapping days and nights without major changes in context can affect memory and brain functions, such as attention, creativity, or problem-solving ability. On the other hand, our routines have changed, and much of the cognitive effort has been consumed in directions that until now did not raise problems: where we can work quietly, how we delimit work time from relaxation, where we can shop in safety etc. Moreover, we were deprived of the genuine exchange of information with other people, we excluded the way from work to home and other daily actions, so that there were few differences from one day to the next. Synaptic plasticity, the ability of the brain to generate new connections between neurons, is also influenced by the new environments and people around us. Each person has an optimal level of stimulation, so for some the need for socialization was high, and others felt at ease in isolation. However, the drastic reduction of social contacts also brings with it a decrease in mental stimulation for the simple reason that we need others to develop. The moment the world becomes the home space, and the interaction with other people turns into a threat to one's own health, the whole dynamic of relationships changes. What happens to our psychological state? Given the whole pandemic context, it is natural to be caught in questions about what will happen to our health. The increased attention I have paid to my own body in recent months has brought many into a state of high anxiety and stress. High long-term levels of cortisol (the hormone whose level increases at times perceived as stressful for us) decreases the ability to concentrate and affects memory. Thus, the mental fog we often feel is not proof that we have lost the psychic mechanisms necessary for optimal functioning, but only that we need to constantly reuse them. Fortunately, it is in our power to take simple and effective actions to help us in this regard. How do we manage mental fog? A useful way is to gradually resume social interactions and stimulate our cognitive functions through new experiences and healthy relationships with others. Whether we choose to participate in interactive games, read or listen to music, any of these actions can train our brain functions. Given that socialization can bring with it health concerns, it is important to translate them into a concrete action plan (for example, conducting annual tests and routine consultations). In this way, we give the mind control and predictability. High health anxiety and scanning of one's body condition is a reality today. However, it is important to integrate it into a normality that does not significantly affect our well-being. When these worries become overwhelming, it is advisable to consult a mental health specialist. Another way we can help our minds is to change the environment while doing routine activities; for example, having a meeting with the team during a walk in the park. For all this, we need time and care for ourselves and others. We are getting closer and closer to a safer world and we will probably see how the subject of the pandemic will slowly enter a shadow cone. Until then, we can outline environments conducive to the brain and body, so as to gradually facilitate an optimal level of stimulation.
  13. -Team 2019

     

    Some pictures from the old archive

     

    @-Dark @myCro @Blackfire @Mr.Sebby

     

     

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    2. Angrry.exe™

      Angrry.exe™

      @myCro @-P A I N- 

      Why the sadness

      The days were so beautiful

    3. -P A I N-

      -P A I N-

      because miss those days old members friends who quit here 

    4. Blackfire

      Blackfire

      Beautiful old days 😁😉

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