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  • Massive upgrade.
    Jonathan "Zee Nekomimi
    Jonathan "Zee Nekomimi
    64x64 or something, check the avatar topic for confirmation.
    Tse Tse Fly
    Tse Tse Fly
    Tbh I'd rather mess with the administration as little as possible (though Infinitron appears reasonable compared to what I've seen from the others), so I will patiently wait until custom avatars become a publicly available feature.
    On a seemingly unrelated note, I hate how forums disfavour wide avatars (though it is so for understandable reasons).
    †††
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    You will wait till your death then.
    I kind of feel sorry for the COVID thread and its residents. Russia vs Ukraine war has stolen the spotlight
    Humanophage
    Humanophage
    It's about to become the second-largest thread on RPGCodex after the Donald Trump thread. It's a little behind GamerGate and Post Random Images, but it is very far ahead of the covid thread.
    saeci
    saeci
    something to do with nutjob alone having 4k posts in that thread
    Grub not being able to see the NVMe partition *before boot* was definitely the key. I don't think "Fast Boot" is an "industry standard" feature, but is present in many motherboard BIOSes. It makes sense that you'd have to disable that in order for partitions to be recognizable under all circumstances.

    Glad you fixed it.
    I might have misunderstood what it is you were trying to do. Didn't mean to give misleading info.

    Did everything work out okay?
    Sir Crispy
    Sir Crispy
    Honestly I've never encountered a situation where the NVRAM's entries for the UEFI boot info per volume has ever gotten erased or corrupted. I believe you can have hundreds of entries, each keyed to the individual drive's ID's, and I think you can even move them around on the various SATA or M.2 slots without it "forgetting" them.
    Sir Crispy
    Sir Crispy
    Glad it worked out, though.
    Tse Tse Fly
    Tse Tse Fly
    Well, it's only my supposition that the windows installer erased them (and added a new entry for the newly installed windows 10), I really have no other explanation, for how they could vanish simply by themselves. But it may well be that my motherboard's firmware is just bugged.
    your little transgression was enough to make the list - I will fuck you
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