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[-] x4740N 2 points 7 hours ago
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Pronouncing every "cles" as "culees"

[-] x4740N 23 points 8 hours ago

There is no evidence that she was being terrible towards the dogs

Some dogs can just snap and decide to not be nice one day, its a good reason you don't let dogs you've seen be calm interact with babies because it only takes a small amount of the dog not being nice to end up harming a baby

Older people have a better chance of surviving dog attacks but the chance isn't 100% and cases like this can happen

And if I recall correctly this breed is more prone to aggressiveness

[-] x4740N 2 points 8 hours ago

Grilled cheese looks delicious

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Sharing this recipe since it is delicious, don't know if I'm breaking any rules here since this is my first time posting

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[-] x4740N 1 points 13 hours ago

That's what happens before the explosive diarrhea

[-] x4740N 11 points 14 hours ago

As someone who is learning japanese I can appreciate this comment

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submitted 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago) by x4740N to c/techsupport

I bought a new external monitor recently and have had the issue of an intermittent display signal

Disabling the monitor in device manager fixes the issue and the monitor works fine when disabled so it's highly likely its some weird software issue but I'd like to find a proper fix for it

I am able to get it to have constant display signal by chance sometimes without disabling the display in device manager but turning off the external display brings back the issue when I turn it back on and it reconnects

OS: Windows 11

Display: Lenovo G27QC-30 with Lenovo's drivers installed *have tried with Microsoft drivers and run into the same issue

Have already tried uninstalling and reinstalling monitor on device manager and reinstalling drivers and that hasn't fixed the issue

Also have already tried using display driver uninstaller to clean install graphics drivers


the events tab in windows device manager for the monitor properties does show this error sometimes:

Device not started (monitor)

Device DISPLAY\LEN66F4\5&3287afbc&1&UID4352 had a problem starting.

Driver Name: oem64.inf Class Guid: {4d36e96e-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} Service: monitor Lower Filters: Upper Filters: Problem: 0x0 Problem Status: 0xC00000E5

Edit 2:

The monitor will work fine once if i restart my laptop but disabling and re=enabling in device manager causes the problem

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I just remembered a video of a attic window that opens up into a small balcony and in this specific video it drops on top of the man's head

Edit: typo

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