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Just wanted to wish our American friends a happy thanks giving holiday  ;)

I understand XIM3 is in development and there is no expected delivery date at this stage, with the imminent release of Halo Reach, is it possible you have some time to create an XIM2 Smartconfig for this game, allowing us to pass the time as we excitedly look forward to XIM3.  

I understand your a very busy person and fully respect, appreciate your hard work improving the gaming experience.

If you are able to deliver the SmartConifg it would be welcomed and appreciated by the community, and you will be viewed in the same light as 'Mother Teresa' with your generosity. Its also my birthday on October 1st and it would make a very nice present.

Thanks in advance
(if you can't delivery i fully understand and respect your decision due to other commitments)


Great Fight -  :'( sorry they've taken the links down, if you have any working please post them here




Great Fight -  :( sorry they've taken the links down, if you have any working please post them here

General Discussion / Internet Connection Help Again
« on: 01:00 AM - 06/27/10 »
So i have an internet port in the bedroom, which i connect with a wire (LAN), i use it for my xbox and laptop.

Yesterday i plugged in my laptop and it said limited or no connectivity with an explanation mark and couldnt access the internet. The other ports around the flat seem to work fine.

I rang the telecom's provider and went through simple exercises i.e. ipconfig, ipconfig/renew, ipconfig/release but to no unavail unable to reconnect something dcp error.. the telecoms provider raised a complaint internally and advised the technical team are going to contact you in the next 72 hours, i cant wait that long.

However in the same port i plugged in my xbox and i managed to sign in to xbox live and talk to my friends with no issues. However i was struggling to play online and was very laggy, can anyone shed some light on this matter and how i can have this resolved DIY


And you thought YOUR 2-year-old behaved Badly  :o

Youtube video got taken down

heres another link to view the video and story http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2987307/First-shocking-pictures-of-smoking-toddler-Ardi-Rizal.html

General Discussion / Where are they?
« on: 07:45 AM - 05/20/10 »
I stumbled upon the stats page today and noticed a Male to Female Ratio: 20.5:1

with 3791 Members, we have a few women among the ranks

I've always suspected a few divas...............! :-*

I have no intentions of being a global moderator due to life and work commitments, but i was just curious that i've seen a lot of Global Moderator's popping up recently in the forum.

Is there an application process to become a Moderator? or can a Moderator promote others?


General Discussion / A heart breaking dog story
« on: 06:53 AM - 04/07/10 »
A mans best friend  :'(

Loyal to the end

A LOYAL guide dog helped his blind owner make a 120-mile trip home - then collapsed and died from cancer. David Quarmby, 61, had no idea his beloved labrador Comet was dying from a painful tumour on his spleen.

The only clue that the eight-year-old dog was ill as he guided his master on and off two trains and a bus was when he didn't eat his usual treat on the journey.

David, who had travelled from a conference in Birmingham back to Huddersfield, West Yorks, said yesterday: "As soon as we got home, I took his harness off. Comet took a couple of sniffs and collapsed.

"I'm gutted. It was completely out of the blue. He had braved it all to get me home."

David - who works for West Yorkshire Probation Service and is chairman of the National Disability Network - had noticed Comet seemed "slightly sluggish" as they caught a train from Birmingham to Manchester, another to Huddersfield, then a bus to their street.

He said: "On the train, he got under the table like usual but wouldn't eat the treat. That's when I had an indication something was wrong."

A vet took Comet to the local surgery and found the tumour. He died while being given anaesthetic.

David said: "It was terrible. It's like losing a part of you.

"Comet was a marvellous dog, the life and soul of the party. He was my shadow. Everywhere I went, he went.

"It was so quick. From me noticing something was wrong to the time when he died was 2 hours."

A spokesman for Guide Dogs for the Blind Association said: "This is an incredibly sad and unusual case.

"Guide dogs are trained to transform owners' lives. This highlights the strong bond."

good read


stop playing with yourself... ;)

General Discussion / Anyone played god of war 3?
« on: 06:27 AM - 03/18/10 »
I've played 1 & 2 and its one of my favourite games of all time, i'm not sure if i should buy a PS3 just for this game.

Any PS3 users played it yet?

General Discussion / Things that catch you off gaurd!
« on: 05:10 AM - 03/02/10 »
I was working away then someone sent me this  :o



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