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xsivforce

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  1. Wow, thanks MSNwar. I just finally made it back over here and found this thread. Good to see things are back up and running.
  2. Heh, this guy did a hit and run at your site too.
  3. Cheers Rev. Good to see it is being sorted.
  4. Yeah, I tried to reply a while ago and was stuck at the submit page too.
  5. This really sucks! I don't understand people sometimes. I hope it gets sorted quickly Rev. I enjoy visiting you site.
  6. Bwahahahahaha! I had the same thought!
  7. I have been very pleased with Filetopia and Tesla. Thay both have good encryption and once you find your way around, there is nothing you can't find.
  8. I am not sure if you can or can't get into the bios. I tried reading back through this but am short on time. If you can get into the bios, make sure your AGP is at 2x.
  9. Yeah...uhhh...your reply was cool? LOL JK Good joke xsivforce
  10. Not good at all. So far I am lucky and only share with a few in my area and they are not on much. My speeds stay pretty constant and fast.
  11. Very funny. http://web.tampabay.rr.com/hippie/teens/
  12. Very good tutorials online HERE Sorry, not all zipped up.
  13. You could also ask your provider how many people are using their service in your area. The more people in your "section" who are on will slow you down. Cable internet is shared among users in "sections". Let's say you are in an apartment complex and there are 20 users in the complex, you could all be sharing the bandwidth. The more users on at any given time will dictate what kind of speed you get.
  14. Why did I look at this thread. I am in pain now.
  15. That is the best way to go. Otherwise have one built locally. If something goes wrong, just drive it down the road and have it fixed. Much faster and cheaper than shipping it off to Dell or another company.
  16. Is it an AGP card or a PCI card? If it is PCI, try a different slot to see if it will go to default resolution set by Windows. If AGP, try to borrow someone elses card of a different make then go back to yours. *shrugs* Otherwise, borrow another monitor and see what happens.
  17. Cheers. I couldn't agree more.


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