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ryan_lirui

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About ryan_lirui

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  • Birthday 05/11/1981

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  • Location
    China
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    Game Development
    Motorcycles
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    China
  1. I just happened to check out the site today and it seems to be back up!
  2. looks like the website is down Internal Server ErrorThe server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator, [email protected] and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error. More information about this error may be available in the server error log. Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
  3. How are you running minis on your PC?
  4. I was trying to go on that site today for some reference, and I'm just getting a "Welcome to nginx!" message I hope they're not down for good.
  5. I've just overcome some teething issues getting Hyperspin to run on my set up at home. The root of the cause turned out to be ArcadeVGA display drivers, the symtom? Game intro videos showing up as green screens and then the Hyperspin frontend crashing immediately. At any rate, I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate and I have been struggling with HyperSpin all day because I thought there was some sort of set up or software problem. The first bit of advice I'd like to offer anyone trolling these forums and interested in doing someting similar is that - The main website's documentation is not complete, or up to date. You're better off doing a google search for "How to install hyperspin" and you'll get one of the top hits as an awesome thread from these forums. Even with that, you'll need to do some inferring on what you need to do if you don't want to set up a github account, etc. Secondly, and this is the important one.. I wasn't able to find very much information on using ArcadeVGA with HyperSpin and identifying and troubleshooting these problems. What you'll find is that you get a green screen and the hyperspin frontend will crash out just after the intro transition animation completes. This is *not* a hyperspin problem. It's an Ultimarc driver problem (and I have their most recent driver). You need to turn off hardware acceleration for playing the hyperspin system intro videos, but Windows 7 won't let you do that directly. You will need Open up windows media player, and turn off hardware acceleration under the performance tab in settings. Download Firefox (yes, specifically firefox because it won't work in Chrome or IE), and open up Youtube to an HD video.. and right as it's about to play, hit pause and right-click on the background and choose the settings option which will give you a tiny dialogue that will disable hardware acceleration. Otherwise, your browser will crash out. Fun right? Everything should be merry after that. I hope this helps anyone else who ends up running into these problems.
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