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Tema: Serato fail at big night club in NJ
I am not one of those people to say which Dj software is better than the other. I am however tired of being judge by other Djs because of the software I choose for myself. So I get a certain satisfaction seeing the software they love so much fail because it is soo much more superior. Hey but what do I kno I am a fake Dj because I use VDJ. https://youtu.be/8-E2AnScllE

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 12:24 am
That's not a software fault. BSOD indicates a hardware or driver failure.

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 5:58 am
My friends are telling me this may be staged. Apparently Deadmau5 used to do things like this at his shows.

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 6:42 pm
PhilWPRO InfinityMember since 2011
Not to mention that system sounds played out over the club speakers.

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 8:19 pm
Yeah, noticed that too. Wouldn't happen with a controller and ASIO drivers.

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 8:34 pm
its Fake .. if you pause when they show all the PCs in the booth you will see none of them has crashed.

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 9:44 pm
kradcliffe wrote :
That's not a software fault. BSOD indicates a hardware or driver failure.


drivers are software that run under a different protection level from normal applications. You can actually force a BSOD by messing with certain settings in the registry.

I suspect some virus software can accomplish it. It would be interesting to see what it would take for a normal program to cause a BSOD. Would not be normal anymore :). Don't normally waste time messing with this stuff though. Prior to windows 3 it was ultra simple.


Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 9:55 pm
A fake crash I did years ago when messing with flash. All the sounds of Windows XP have been arranged as a musical score. Does absolutely no harm but requires you have flash player installed. It will show a blank page at first and then you will start to hear clicking sounds then error message along with the XP sounds music. And it won't reboot your computer :)

http://www.tellyvisuals.com/crash/Crash.html

Just a link to xp sounds mp3 arranged as music.

http://www.tellyvisuals.com/crash/xpsounds2.mp3

Mensajes Wed 16 Jan 19 @ 10:25 pm
PachNPRO InfinityMember since 2009
Staged AF...
You wouldn't get the "shutdown" sound if there is a bluescreen. Not to mention all the other Error Messages...

Mensajes Thu 17 Jan 19 @ 1:23 pm