Is there somewhere I can watch Stark Trek First Contact online?
Me and my friends are really baked and wanna watch some star trek. Anyone here know of a site that lets you watch movies for free?
Give them a try. Unfortunately I can’t check because I’m at work and they’re blocked by the firewall here :-(
Anyone know how I could see the Star Trek Movie – “First Contact” online for free?
I have three 10-day trial periods for Star trek online, first three postings gets one code each.?
When you post make sure I am able to contact you by e-mail. Don’t post your email. I will click your name and email you the code through answers.yahoo.com. Star trek online is a very large download, so you need fast connection to get the client program.
These passes are coming out of my collectors edition box set. I have three codes to giveaway, first three postings gets a code each.
Still have two codes to hand out.
Lori K: I would email the information, except you have email’s turned off in your profile, I have no way to send you the data.
Want to try Star Trek Online for free?
If so, feel free to drop a message here or e-mail me through the yahoo system with return contact info and I’ll send you a referral code ASAP. I’m on daily and any questions you might have I’ll answer to the best of my ability.
The referral code has limited play areas available (not just the trial), I receive NO benefits from your use of the unlimited use (as in it does not expire) of the referral unless you actually: Buy the game and continue using the account you created using the referral code, and then pay for your first subscription after 30 days.
The benefits I gain from any user buying the game are primarily limited to interaction with you in game if you so wish to take advantage of that option. It’s only after several users buy the game and pay for a subscription that any ‘real’ perks are sent to me after a month or two have passed.
Monthly subscriptions = $15
More info = http://www.startrekonline.com/subscribe
Gameplay: This covers both away/ground and space missions. You are a captain and you have an NPC crew that grants you additional abilities. There’s PvE and PvP. The game is still being given more content, with a major update coming in July (Season 2). It is a fairly casual game once you reach Vice Admiral especially, and will probably disappoint any hardcore gamers expecting enough story content to keep them busy for half a year. If you pace yourselves through the game, it takes 2-3 months to complete the currently available story-missions, and more is coming as mentioned before. If you blitz through and don’t read the stories at all, you can probably reach the level cap in under a week.
You also rank up from Ensign through to Vice Admiral right now, though this will soon be increased to Rear Admiral in July when further content is added to the game’s overall structure (all levels) and especially to the Admiral ranging levels.
Overall, there’s several story arcs to be followed if you take the time to follow it (with a novel having even been done to further explain the state of the Federation by the early 25th century).
At Admiral gameplay primarily focuses on Special Task Force missions done in groups of five against the Borg and Species 8472, Player Vs Player missions, and daily missions both of exploration and PvP that grants you access to the game’s current highest level gear. Much more intrinsic exploration and diplomatic missions are currently in the works as stated by the game devs themselves.
So, wanna give it a try? Let me know!
Hi Spacebeard! Could you send me an e-mail through yahoo answers with your e-mail address please? Then I can send you the referral code directly from the Star Trek Online website :-)
Or feel free to use this code to activate your account: STRAF-3BUBX-3U3MQ-FLPDD-3Y3QD
I’d love to try.
Send it to me and I’ll be grateful.
TO BOLDLY GO WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE
GTX 295 in SLI = slower than single GTX 295?
Hi! I ordered a computer from CyberPower back in December and regretted my decision within the first weeks due to BSODs and severe issues with the PC. After contacting customer support, I figured out that the problem was the network card and that I had to get a new one. However, before I narrowed down the problem, tech support had me switch out the GPUs (dual 295 GTX), switch out the RAM, and even reset the mobo options (originally the CPU was overclocked and so were the GPUs).
While I’m not sure when the FPS dropped, sometime in between the switching of the GPUs and the resetting of the mobo, my computer had started booting up oddly. This generally consisted of a slow, frame-by-frame screen change when moving from my login to the desktop, and even occurred when closing processes on the desktop (the process would visually disappear at an alarmingly slow pace). I ended up fixing this by doing a 300% clean install of the drivers. But now I’m having a reoccurring issue with FPS in video games.
So far I’ve tested three games: Star Trek Online, Dragon Age: Origins, and Mass Effect 2. Each game had a severe FPS issue when I started it up with SLI on. While I don’t have any benchmarks, the skipping is obvious and significantly more than a 1 or 2 FPS drop. After reading some info about what would cause this, I found that it could be overheating. But my GPU temperatures never rise about 60C. Ever (tested with SpeedFan).
Also, I’m only asking here because CyberPower’s customer service is absolutely terrible and they’re annoying to mess with. I’d like to consult you all before I go back to them.
Another Also: This is probably really choppy structure. Am slightly enraged after spilling a bowl of ramen and losing my SLI bridge to retest my GPUs. Because of the probable choppiness, will just put a TL;DR section under this.
I got a computer from CyberPower. Said computer often locks up while playing video games or just fiddling around on the desktop for no apparent reason. The FPS is significantly slower with SLI turned on.
I’ve concluded that the temperatures of the GPUs never exceed 60C. I installed the newest drivers to the best of my ability, though I may have forgot to install something completely after resetting the mobo. I’ve been on tech support with a techie from CyberPower repeatedly, he had me do some stuff like resetting the mobo, flipping drivers around, and messing with RAM. Perhaps there’s something I left blank in the BIOS; I don’t know, am not a computer savvy person and just did what the techie said to do.
Are there any suggestions as to what I may have done to cause such a significant performance differences while messing with the insides of my comp? Was really careful in touching the parts, made sure to unearth myself by touching the case. Have made sure that it wasn’t an issue with a single GPU, though the RAM maybe a problem depending on if it’s even a possibility. Suggestions? Any at all?
Windows 7 Premium, 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
Processor: Intel® Core ™ i7 CPU – 975 @ 3.33GHz (8 cpuS), ~3.3GHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295×2 – 126.96.36.19921
Monitor: 1920×1200 (32-bit) (59Hz)
.. I do have SLI enabled.
I’m not much of a savvy on computers either but try and see if you have SLI enabled.
Right click your desktop>
Click on NVIDIA Control Panel>
Click on the tab Set SLI and PhysX configuration>
Tick Enable SLI
Sorry that I couldn’t help you more.
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