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i430VX

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About i430VX

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    Defending choice of OS, because not everyone wants Windows 10.
  • Birthday 11/05/2001

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  1. i430VX

    ThinkPad Can't Connect to School Interent

    So It must not be a pure N radio, because I can see it. This ThinkPad can detcect and use my 5ghz home networks (So 5Ghz must exist in G mode, and N) . I don't know if these ones are 5Ghz or not.
  2. i430VX

    ThinkPad Can't Connect to School Interent

    Thanks for the info. I have also tried some wireless-g USB cards, they didnt work either.
  3. i430VX

    ThinkPad Can't Connect to School Interent

    Alright, so apparently my home internet is of the 'n' type. How can I connect to it? Can some fall back, and some can't?
  4. i430VX

    ThinkPad Can't Connect to School Interent

    XP has no such luxury. Even though it will be Saturday maybe I'll bike up to the school tomorrow with a windows 7 computer and investigate
  5. i430VX

    ThinkPad Can't Connect to School Interent

    How do I check? I didn’t happen to see any info in the various dialogs and whatsits.
  6. i430VX

    What Are You Listening To?

    Derek & The Dominoes - Layla
  7. Hey guys. My ThinkPad T60 (with Intel 345ABG Wireless adapter) cannot connect to my schools internet. It always gets stuck here: It doesn't fail. It will sit there until the end times. I know the wireless access points in question use WPA2. But I use WPA2 at home, so that's not the issue. If I boot into Windows 2000 and try to connect using boingo, it also fails. My iPhone SE and the laptop i used to bring (toshiba satellite c55-a) can both connect. I am assuming the 345ABG does not support wireless 'n' networks, could that be the issue? If it is, I know there is a compatible ABGN adapter I could buy to put in this laptop. Any Ideas? Thank you all! P.S. If I 'borrow' an Ethernet cable from one of the school PCs and attach it to my ethernet port, it works that way. So the network is seeing me and not blocking me that way. But wireless is the problem
  8. Yeah, doesn't work here either
  9. i430VX

    48-bit LBA on Win2k setup

    I might buy it. Maybe around Christmas. The price seems reasonable enough.
  10. i430VX

    IE9 doesnt play youtube videos anymore???

    Well... there was that IE10 preview that ran on Vista. right? While not identical to release IE10, it could help, perhaps. (Albeit still not IE9)
  11. i430VX

    IE9 doesnt play youtube videos anymore???

    Yes, IE11 on 7 works too. Can anyone test IE10?
  12. i430VX

    Windows XP Spotter (the club)

    On my trip to Canada my dad had to renew his fishing license, and they had an XP running for their database access website. Sorry, no picture, there was like 5 people in the way. Also I went to Canadian Tire, and while there was no XP in sight, there was some interesting stuff. An IBM Dumb terminal! Looks like it's connecting to a mainframe (or something emulating one) to manage inventory Also I found an Dell OptiPlex 740 stuck at the BIOS screen, almost looks like a good chance it could have XP on it And, finally, a price checker running what appears to be an XP-era version of windows CE
  13. i430VX

    48-bit LBA on Win2k setup

    Seeing as for me this would just be a convenience, I would say $10-$20. but for some people it might be more significant and they would pay more.
  14. i430VX

    48-bit LBA on Win2k setup

    I would be interested as long as it's at a reasonable price.
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