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    Are you running MS Find Fast on startup? If so,...

    Are you running MS Find Fast on startup? If so, delete that piece of junk from your startup folder.
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    I think it's a bug in XP. With my system I get a...

    I think it's a bug in XP. With my system I get a BSoD when the system should be shutting off or rebooting.

    Shawn
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    Amptron Motherboard

    Your Elpina motherboard v5.2 is probably an Amptron PM-8400-B motherboard. Go to amptrons website and download the manual for your revision. See if it looks like the board at...
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    Poll: Voted

    OK, my vote has been cast. Now, on with the move already!

    Shawn
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    What changes?

    Specifically, what changes are you referring to? I guess I need to have things spelled out for me. What, exactly, that SysOpt has done that has upset you and others? Don't get me wrong, I'm not...
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    Poll: Please Explain....

    Huh? It's really early this morning and I'm afraid I don't understand the question. Where are we going or staying? Please rephrase the question. ....time for some coffee....

    Shawn
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    Warranty

    digital-eTailer usually has pretty competative prices. They currently have the D-510 for $312. Just be sure to check that you get a US warranty with the camera (assuming you're in the us). Some...
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    Yikes!

    Don't forget to wear a lead shield when working on your new 20GHz machine. The X-ray radiation may make you mutate. ;) :D :eek:

    Shawn
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    Yikes!

    Don't forget to wear a lead shield when working on your new 20GHz machine. The X-ray radiation may make you mutate. ;) :D :eek:
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    Ultra DMA (Ultra Direct Memory Access) is a protocol developed by Quantum Corporation and Intel for disk drives that enables the computer to take advantage of the fast Ultra ATA disk drives. UDMA/33...
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