sup /diy/ I know of this is more of a "make shit" board but this was the best fit for my problem: >be me, 8ish years ago, age 10 or 11 >look at porn on mom's laptop >laptop crashes >mom takes laptop to geek squad >geeks quad does their magic >lost all data including book she was writing, she is a journalist >ohshit.jpg >get... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
photorec is open-source, or 'shit' by another name, while recuva is crippled unless you get the paid version.
i'd recommend instead Active@ File Recovery Professional, or Seagate File Recovery, both found on TPB. the latter actually recovers the filenames, whereas the former renames everything into new names like Found_145404647. despite that bit of stupidity, i actually prefer it. each takes about 2 hours to scan a 60gig.
Make a grid on ms paint. Measure tools Make a metric ie 1 square on inch/cm etc Lay out that way. Only thing I could think of is plotting software but I don't think your want to spend 300 dollars to organize tools
How much do you guys know about stone floors? I was cleaning the floor the other day and accidentally used a wrong kind of soap, after I wiped it off I noticed some of the color came off. There's a spot on the floor now that looks kind of dusty, rest of the floor is black and this spot is a little lighter. There's these kind of signs of wearing off all over the floor but the rest are much smaller and you don't really pay attention to them. I looked it up online and they said that olive oil can give a worn out slate the color back so I tried it. Looks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I did, but I'm pretty sure it's not residue since the part even feels more coarse than rest of the floor and looks kind of faint. I will wash it again tomorrow to see if the oil comes off and test this too
i spend 10 hours a day in mine and go through a chair every year or so. there really isn't shit you can do aside from keep buying chairs. i've spent anywhere from $50 to $800 on a single chair and i can tell you they all last just as long so don't even bother spending a lot. they simply aren't built for heavy use
my current chair was $400 and now a little over a year later there's no padding left and i'm literally sitting on the piece of wood left over
Ahoy there, I'm planning to control an arduino mega through usb connected to a pc, the problem is that it needs to be approximately 150m long, I can't use wireless because it's under sea and I don't want to mess with radio signals, there are multiple motors that need to controlled with pwm and multiple sensors that communicate through I2c and a cam (but those are on the arduino side of course)
Would a usb power hub work, if yes, would any work or should I look for a specific one?
So I tried asking /cgl/ about this, but they pointed me over to you guys instead.
I'm currently in the preliminary design stage of working on a Laser Musket prop from Fallout 4.
I have a general idea of how to make it happen, but there are two questions which I need to answer before I can start making serious progress.
1) The gears linked to the crank handle before the glass ionizing chamber. The rearmost and frontmost wheels rotate in an opposite direction to the central wheel. Would it be wise to use a system of planetary gears (with the frame holding... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>923273 Not really. Nigga is asking how to make 2 gears rotate the opposite way and asking if anyone has a better idea on the light up charging chamber. I'd answer him but I don't know shit about first problem and I can't think of a better solution for second that isn't a terrible idea.
Are you talking part time or extended rentals like for half a year or more?
If you're in a good centrally located area it'll be easy to rent out rooms to single guys.
Research local print ads and internet sources for going rates of similar rooms and post an ad.
The best people by far in my experience to rent to are young blue collar professionals, i.e. electricians, construction, etc. After that is white collar professionals (not including programmers)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>917864 >being a drywaller is the worst Not everybody can do it. A good drywaller is good to have and hard to come by. I take it pic isn't related. Get good at it before you bitch. Anybody that doesn't like their job without getting good at it first - give it a few years- and wants to bitch about it should just quit and do something else. Change your attitude and learn from your peers good or bad learn from it. Your working, keep it up
>>917882 Dry wall, sheet rock thread? My parents just added an addition to their late life stage lake house. Concrete poured, framing done, roof done, electrical done. Today I drove 1.45 hours away and we hung up 500 sq ft of ceiling insulation, batting pink r-19. And then hung up a bunch of wall stuff. Then crawled up and sank the catwalk in. I'll be doing more work on that later. Not happy with it. They got the windows in and its all sealed up, except for soffit, and siding. Will be done tomorrow by the framer. Next step... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
if you want to do it without burning shit, use dark grey spray paint and just mist the spray on like in that pic. that way you have a permanent look and dont need to wait years for the look by burning stuff naturally
>>925340 i thought about it, did some test, but the results were inconclusive. i would like it to be real soot.
basically i have this white board which i need to coat with soot at the bottom, i figured if i burned some coal and just held the board over the smoke for a little while i would eventually get some stains pretty quickly.
but i think i can find something better to burn than coal
Hey /diy/. I need to charge my Baofeng UV5R on the go, and I was wondering if I could use this step up converter ( http://www.powerstream.com/Product3.htm ) to charge it. The portable battery I'm using is the EasyAcc 9000mAh battery which has an output of 5V and 2.1A, while the Baofeng needs 8.4V at 400mA... Thanks for your help!
>>923216 yes. >8.4vx0.4A = 3.4W >5vx2.1A =10.5W plenty of power. that thing is fucking huge though. just search ebay for "buck stepup" to get something lighter(50g or so net mass), smaller and that costs 1$
I'm trying to figure out a flowchart for this process of wrong betting. I hope i'm on the right board to do this. If i'm not please refer me to a better place.
This is a strategy of betting in the game of craps. My goal is to create a Computer program that will replicate this process in order to test to see if this author is full of shit or not. The problem is, is that i'm not sure if i have my flowchart drawn correctly. I came here to get a second opinion on this.
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