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Chit Chat / Re: Documentaries
« Last post by Shadow.97 on Today at 12:30 PM »
Hi scarface!
You've posted so many documentaries that it's hard to keep up.

Do you have any select few ones(non depressing ones?) that are especially worth watching?
Same goes for movies; but I'd like some romantic ones if you got. I'm a sucker for that stuff.

Planning on saving a few and keeping on my phone for moments where I am not connected to this facinating fiber-connection.

I also apologize, I am a bit too lazy to search through the entire topic  ::)

Hope all is good with all of you!
Chit Chat / Re: Documentaries
« Last post by scarface on Today at 08:04 AM »
Here are other interesting videos and a few good clips.

What is the largest town in the world?
Some of you probably don't know the answer.

Is it Gaza city?


is it New York?


Is it Jakarta?


The answer is here:

Climate change: the crisis.

A tourist talking about Paris: 10 things he hated.

The fall of Bitcoin. Is it worth anything?

some music:

Programs / Re: MKVtoolnix repacked
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 04:51 PM »
Programs / Re: handbrake silent installer
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 04:37 PM »
updated to v1.1.1

Chit Chat / Re: What games are you playing?
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 04:15 PM »
I'm not totally satisfied by the installer of TEW2. I tested it 2 times. It worked one time. And the second time it stopped. When it stops, it get stucks after the decompression of setup2.bin because xtool is not closing and the installer gets stuck. And yet it seems the data in setup2.bin is successfully decompressed (you can switch names of setup2.bin and setup6.bin to decompress the whole game I guess). Since xtool is still in early development (coded by Razor911), I'm going to see if I can get a better compression with reflate and nanozip (reflate is probably less efficient than xtool to re-inflate data, but nanozip is one of the best available compressors, at the expense of the time of decompression).
I will make a better design for the installer too. Note that the repack is already smaller than the one of fitgirl.
Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 7 Component Store Cleanup - Rebase
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 04:09 PM »
A small update of windows 10 x64 RS4 ( is available. small changes: the killer eth & wifi and intel graphic drivers were updated.
Chit Chat / Re: good movies
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 04:03 PM »
Tonight, the movie Haddy death day, released in 2017, is available on the forum.


Chit Chat / Re: Financial news and stock markets.
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 02:47 PM »
Tonight, I'm going to talk about the s&p 500.

But first and foremost, I'd want to announce the death of Mrs koko, aged 46. Vasudev and usman probably know mrs koko since I already talked about her in a message.
Here we can see her with the actor Robin Williams, apparently she wanted to be the lead character in Mrs Doubtfire

But I'm going to surprise Maher a bit more: allegedly, koko who learnt the sign language, knew more than one thousand words. Yes, it's more than the vocabulary of the current president of the United States.

Let's proceed with the s&p 500. 2 days ago, David Stockman held a conference saying that Stocks will plunge 50% in this 'daredevil market'.

David Stockman is intensifying his bear case.

President Ronald Reagan's Office of Management and Budget director blames a bull market that's getting longer in the tooth — paired with headwinds ranging from President Donald Trump's leadership to fiscal policy decisions to questionable earnings.

"I call this a daredevil market. It's all risk and very little reward in the path ahead," Stockman said Tuesday on CNBC's "Futures Now." "This market is just way, way over-priced for reality."

His thoughts came as the Nasdaq was reaching all-time highs again, while S&P 500 rose slightly but the Dow failed to extend its win streak to three days in a row.

"The S&P 500 could easily drop to 1,600 because earnings could drop to $75 a share the next time we have a recession," Stockman warned. "We're about eight or nine years into this expansion. Everything is crazily priced. I mean the S&P 500 at 24 times at the end, tippy top of a business cycle."

One of his biggest gripes with the bulls is the notion that President Donald Trump's tax cuts are providing a fundamental lift to stocks.

"These tax cuts are going to add to the deficit in the 10th year of an expansion. It's just irresponsible crazy," he said. "It's all going to stock buybacks and M&A deals anyway. That doesn't cause the economy to grow. It's just a short-term boost to the stock market that doesn't last."

here is the video:
Microsoft Windows / Re: Windows 7 Component Store Cleanup - Rebase
« Last post by scarface on Yesterday at 02:32 PM »
@humbert and @scarface: There is Win 10 PE Hiren's BootCD which is EFI compatible.
Well, In case I need sth with a cmd line, I keep my custom made winpe iso...made in 2013, and recommended by harkaz (I made a custom script to start gimagex, that was once used to capture windows 7, or a cmd line).
btw, I capture the windows 10 wim with this one since dism is also present.
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