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  1. I did this but i still get the message "Could not load human mouse data. Reason: unable to download human mouse data" I had all the human mouse data code in a notepad file on my desktop. I've moved that to the Local Scripts folder but no luck.
  2. A few months ago i was having trouble with the human mouse and my private script. So, instead of deleting it, i moved it out, onto my desktop. I want to be able to use it again now, but i'm unsure where the file needs to go? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  3. @element_purple Got it. Thanks for the help, i really appreciate it! Didn't realise i had to use osbuddy!
  4. @fatdoobie2 @element_purple Are you guys still successfully using looking glass? I have set everything up as suggested, however, once i get runescape up in a webpage and load looking glass, it just sits on "Looking for Runescape Client" indefinitely. Is this to do with the recent DDOS attacks on runescape themselves? Or just a bug in the current client? Any help would be appreciated greatly!
  5. This works, however, that's where my private script goes!
  6. To sum it up, I botted about 3 months ago with mixed success, made some decent money and had a private script created. However, after using it for a week or two I started a full time job (and also received an "across the board" goldfarming ban). I tried a couple of times to get a farm up and running again but couldn't commit the time to it. Now, with university (and all the costs that come with it) an ever in-pending issue, I've decided i could really do with some extra income from botting, even if it is minimal. I've heard talk of a new botting measure called "looking glass" and multiple people claim that it has drastically reduced ban rates for them. I have also read that the current beta version is available to VIP-E members, is this still the case? Any further information about looking glass would be appreciated as my knowledge on it is pretty sparse.
  7. Do you know how the 4790 compares in regards to botting? I've been told it could hit 30 bots, but i'd certainly not be happy with less than 20 to be honest.
  8. Not going to lie, i would be really disappointed with 8-9 accounts, i mean come on, it's £570 with no monitor. My laptop with an i3 and 6gb RAM runs 5 before the CPU starts to struggle, with RAM left spare. I hear people with an AMD fx 8350 with 8GB RAM are running 20 without any significant fps reduction. I can get that for around £400-450, so would hope to be hitting 30 bots with the i7 4790 and 16GB RAM. Mute, when you say minimum of 15-20, does that mean you'd be seeing significant fps reduction by say 25?
  9. @Mute Like i said though, i have no idea about components? For example there are hundreds of different RAMs and i don't know the difference. All i know is the size (8/16gb) and the frequency (1333/1600mhz). Plus i don't have a clue which motherboard would be compatible with which which cpu or RAM. I've looked on pcpartpicker before and feel totally out of my depth. I don't think i could build a computer on there.
  10. The computer is being bought for botting. The reason i have chosen pre-built computers over building one myself is due to my lack of in depth knowledge regarding computer components in general. 1. http://www.costco.co.uk/view/product/uk_catalog/cos_1,cos_1.2,cos_1.2.1/169582 2. http://www.costco.co.uk/view/product/uk_catalog/cos_1,cos_1.2,cos_1.2.1/169575 3. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Intel-I7-4790-Quad-Core-Fast-Office-Home-Multimedia-Pc-Windows7-1Tb-16Gb-ZT3-/141122891428?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item20db946ea4 4. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/INTEL-I7-4770-4-CORE-3-4GHZ-16GB-500GB-HD-PC-NEW-WIN-7-1GB-210-GRAPHICS-/400565554622?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item5d43914dbe which one? Bare in mind the criteria below. As i am spending ~£600 I want to run about 30 bots if possible, without much/any lagging and reduced performance of the bot client. I hear 8gb RAM is capable of running around 20 bots, for this reason, i would probably look to upgrade the 8gb models listed to 16gb. I feel i'm almost there but just need a little more help making the final decision. If none of these builds are capable of comfortably running 30 bots, please tell me so.
  11. sedgy

    AMD 8 Core

    Why would you choose the i7 4770 over the 4790, every comparison i can find says the 4790 is better, even if it is only very slightly? Also i noticed that it doesn't specify whether the RAM is 1600mhz or 1333mhz on costco, is there a noticible difference? I know you said before to pick the 4790 due to the 1600mhz RAM? I've read that having 10gb RAM can prevent the RAM working as dual channel, which reduces it's productivity by 10%? That second deal certainly seems like a good one though. I think i am really starting to get a picture of the computer build that will suit my needs. Sorry for all the questions, i just want to be sure before i spend upwards of £500! Night, thanks for all your help so far!
  12. sedgy

    AMD 8 Core

    @Gh0sty I really appreciate your quick response, I've been looking to buy a botting computer for a while but have been stumped on what to get for months. Do you think all 3 cpus are capable of running more than 20 bots? I would definitely get 16GB RAM if i thought the cpus could handle running 30+ bots. These are what i have come across on ebay. The AMD seems like a steal considering it comes with two monitors (if i can convince the seller to post). AMD fx 8350 - £400 (with 2 acer widescreen monitors) http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AMD-FX8350-16GB-SFF-Desktop-PC-/251794388526?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item3aa01d762e i7 4790 - £570 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Intel-I7-4790-Quad-Core-Fast-Office-Home-Multimedia-Pc-Windows7-1Tb-16Gb-ZT3-/141122891428?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item20db946ea4 i7 4770 - £565 (or best offer) http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/INTEL-QUAD-CORE-i7-4770-3-4GHZ-16GB-500GB-HD-PC-CHEAP-COMPUTER-NEW-WINDOWS-7-/251331644601?pt=UK_Computing_DesktopPCs&hash=item3a84888cb9 With the above links in mind, what would you recommend? My max budget is around £700, however, if the AMD fx 8350 can both come close to the i7 4770/4790 performance wise and save me ~£150 then it seems like a good idea. If the 4770/4790 can run say an extra 8-10 bots, i'd spend the extra £150.
  13. sedgy

    AMD 8 Core

    @sanderty @ITryNotToTroll Seeing as people seem to be using this cpu with 8gb RAM, i have just a few of questions. Sorry OP, i'm not trying to hijack your thread! 1. How does an AMD FX 8350 compare to the intel i7 4770k or the 4790k in regards to number of bots smoothly run? 2. I was considering getting 16gb RAM, however i have read a lot of people saying they can run 20-30 bots on 8gb RAM. What would be the limiting factor, the processors listed above, or the 16gb RAM? Would 16gb RAM be able to support 40-50 bots with these cpus? 3. An AMD FX 8350 computer bought from ebay is something like £200-250 cheaper than an intel 4770k/4790k. Is the Price increase matched by performance/ability to run more bots or no? Thanks for any answers in advance!
  14. Still looking to pitch my idea to additional scripters!
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