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Nice To Meet You! / Re: hello
« Last post by GhostShip on November 08, 2017, 01:58:42 am »
Hi and welcome to the forum  :)

I looked at the cdex site and indeed it seems their forum is non operational, the program itself is however pretty much self explanatory , is there something specific you wanted to do with cdex ?

I am assuming you have read this page already but in case you havent,

PS: Please let me know if the program has changed substantially so I can work on an update if necessary.
Audio Help / cdex file naming convention
« Last post by bbxrider on November 07, 2017, 11:14:39 pm »
been using cdex and like it very much, however  I have a problem, I want to get the output files all into a single folder of my choosing and have the .mp3's named by songtitle_artitst_album.mp3 but can't seem to get there (dashes instead of underscores is ok)

for example when using C:\Users\someDir\someDir\%4%1%2 a sample file name I get is: f-Dannii Minogue- Push-123New ArtistNew Title.mp3, for this example I would like to get:
Push-Dannii Minogue-neon nights.mp3

t hanks
Nice To Meet You! / hello
« Last post by bbxrider on November 07, 2017, 10:52:09 pm »
nice site here, good info, I'm trying to find out info on using cdex, been to that forum and don't see anywhere how to start a new topic?
Upload/Download managers / Re: mxmonitor v 1.28 eb does not work on windows 10
« Last post by GhostShip on November 02, 2017, 05:42:24 pm »
Top marks Stripes  8) 8) 8)
Upload/Download managers / Re: mxmonitor v 1.28 eb does not work on windows 10
« Last post by nikito on November 02, 2017, 04:24:47 pm »
thanks, uaoooooooooo now works !!!. it was enough to start it as an administrator.  :hungry:

thanks    :thumbs:

Upload/Download managers / Re: mxmonitor v 1.28 eb does not work on windows 10
« Last post by White Stripes on November 02, 2017, 06:56:46 am »
have you tried running both winmx and mxmoni as admin? what exactly did you do in the 'compatibility mode' settings?
Upload/Download managers / Re: mxmonitor v 1.28 eb does not work on windows 10
« Last post by GhostShip on November 02, 2017, 06:51:15 am »
Hi Nikita, its very likely that windows 10 does not like some functionality in the mxjack.dll thats an important part of mxmonitor, have you tried running both winmx and the mxmonitor program inside a virtualised environment specifically for XP or windows 7 ?
Upload/Download managers / mxmonitor v 1.28 eb does not work on windows 10
« Last post by nikito on November 02, 2017, 03:48:20 am »
for I am a new member, I come to this. use winmx pacchato on windows 10 (in compatability mode) and it works fine. the problem is that mxmonitor v. 1.28 eb (but it does not work in a compact way, that is, I managed to install it.) It appeared to me that the program at the next winmx reboot would have been run in a computable way, but what I get, the screen of the program is silent that the transfers are taking place, and that's the first time I use it, even if it depends on something specific that I do not know, could you be so kind to help me? .
thank you
WinMx World News / Australian Broadband - The NBN Trainwreck Story
« Last post by GhostShip on October 28, 2017, 10:06:47 am »
Despite spending a lot of cash to facillitate broadband connectivity across Australia all hasnt gone as planned  :whistle:

Given Australia's large size and sparse population density of three people per square kilometre, the NBN is the country's largest ever infrastructure project.

The total budget sits at A$49bn (£29bn; $38bn). Of that budget, around 35% must be spent connecting the final 10% of users, including wiring to remote areas, erecting many of the required 2,600 wireless towers and, most expensively, putting two satellites in the sky.

This week, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called the NBN a mistake and a "calamitous train wreck" by a previous Labor government. Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd hit back by saying the project's issues "lie all on your head" - meaning the current conservative government.

The escalating blame game, the NBN's slow roll-out, and a switch to inferior technology midstream have combined with other factors to leave Australians frequently asking the question: Why is our internet so slow?

While its obviously a sensible and laudable ideal to deliver connectivity to all those that can benefit from it, an unimpressive strategy of deployment has left the plan looking like a mistake, however given the benefits of internet connectivity I feel its perhaps better to have made the effort that sit on a diminishing pile of money and be in the same place as before.

With lessons learned I am sure any future rollout of broadband technology will progress in a more consistent fashion.
WinMx World News / "Bad Rabbit" Ransomware
« Last post by White Stripes on October 25, 2017, 04:40:46 am »

A new ransomware attack dubbed “Bad Rabbit” is sweeping Russia and Ukraine, among other Eastern European countries, according to several reports.

Update, 5:06pm: Bad Rabbit has reportedly spread to Poland and South Korea. US-CERT has advised the infected not to pay the ransom, saying it “does not guarantee that access will be restored.”

Update, 6:35pm: Avast reports the first Bad Rabbit infections detected in the United States. “We expect a growing number of detections in the hours ahead,” the firm says.

Welcome to our Bad Rabbit Ransomware removal guide. The following instructions will aid you in removing the newest Petya ransomware variant from your PC for free.

...just in case anyone ran into this thing...
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