32bit crash aber 64 ist ok
jaytolkte last edited by jaytolkte
Three tips on picking a ping pong table
Table tennis is undoubtedly one of the games that have a big popularity mark, and many are sure on it, both young and old. If you are planning of having a ping pong table under your roof, there are some things you need to consider before you March down to the local sports house.
First, not to catch up with the hype. Ads are attractive, yes, because they are ads. If you are a beginner, you will get a better discount with one that you are willing to send to hell with wear-me-out practice sessions. Buy one that is cheaper, and when you finally decide that you are someone made to play table tennis, go for the more pricey tables. Moreover, if you are a beginner and you buy a table that is enough to cover your costs in two months, you probably won't be able to appreciate it the way it should be appreciated.
Second, answer this question: permanent-set or Grab-and-Go? Determine if you will be playing outdoors and tag your table with you wherever you go, or if you will practice your tennis table skills at home. If you are of the previous type, choose from ping pong tables to be easy to assemble and disassemble. Some models are specifically made to be worn around, and they even come with pockets. If you are looking for basic and understandable knowledge to make the decision to choose a ping pong table, then ping pong table reviews pingpongstart.com is exactly what you are looking for.
Third, take note of the thickness. This is more than a professional issue, but it will be good if you know about it. Most professional players will say that the top 25 mm is the best. That's true, but thicker tops have a thicker price as well. As mentioned, tops won't mean a lot if you are a beginner, so it is recommended that you go for those thinner and less expensive. You can provide good moves and see good bounces in a 19 mm thick peak, but if you can find a thicker board that won't cost you a lot, give it.
John Tinsley is a table tennis enthusiast who studies and writes articles about outdoor table tennis games. To learn more about him and other information about table tennis or equipment like ping pong tables, visit our website https://pingpongstart.com/best-ping-pong-paddle-reviews/.
hustbaer last edited by
nach dem 32bit crash (64bit ist ok) meint dependency walker dass:
IESHims.dll und gpsvc.dll auf meinem Vista64 fehlen.
Wenn du mit "crash" wirklich einen Crash meinst, dann wird es daran nicht liegen.
Was tun oder wo liegt der Fehler?
._Bernhard_. last edited by
Du weist schon das Vista nicht mehr mit Sicherheitsupdates versorgt wird?
Es ist also Zeit sich entweder Win10 oder eine Linuxdistribution deiner Wahl zu besorgen.
Außer dieser Vista Rechner ist eine Insellösung und hängt in keinem Netzwerk.