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About biker9075

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  • Birthday 03/08/1991

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  1. EasyBCD is what you want. Its super easy to use and theres plenty of tutorials on there site. http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1
  2. IE8 = I played with it for 10 minutes then went back to Firefox
  3. So I was about to trash my aging Toshiba laptop that just wasn't capable or running, well anything under Windows XP. But then I remembered linux. Installed the latest version of Ubuntu and now everything seems way more responsive under this brick of a laptop. I liked that it even had Firefox pre installed. If only linux was compatible with most of the stuff I use then I would make it the main OS of my other system. Although windows 7 is proving to be fairly nice. An upgrade from Vista at least.
  4. I'm using the Logitech X-540 right now and love it. Great set of speakers for the money
  5. Intel Core 2 duo E6750 2.66GHz OC/ed to 3.2GHz
  6. Based on my use with the previous beta, within the first 30 minutes of use
  7. The CPU could have a bad sensor. Because like others said, there's no way that just a fan will let it run below ambient temps
  8. While it is possible to brick the mobo from updating it, its unlikely if done correctly. Especially if flashing from a USB drive which is the safest method IMO
  9. So then what about the people that download legally and reach there limit? They would also be slowed down. If I am paying for a fast service, then I expect to be able to utilize it. By slowing down people who download a lot seems to be taking a step back in technology in my eyes.
  10. I am currently enjoying my 640GB Seagate 7200.11
  11. If you can't get anything through your card then its most likely dead. Either that or its not getting power via the PCI express slot. But its most likely not that. If you know someone else with a computer that you can test your card on then I would do that before getting a new one.
  12. Do you know if the card is still under warranty or not? Some companies have lifetime warranties.
  13. Onboard cards really aren't meant for gaming. If you want to play games the best thing to do is getting a dedicated PCI express video card
  14. since about '99 I think. Had bluelight internet. Back in the days when 32mb of ram was the norm and an extra 32mb stick cost about 100 bucks haha
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