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GNR Unbreakable VIP Member

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#1 16 years ago

And for a change, it went smooth!

Couldnt back anything up because i dont have a cd-r but after format then re-install of windows, ive downloaded everything that is vital and all is going well.

Comp is amazingly smooth and i have everything i need to run it great :D

Thank god for broadband! :D




Dutchman

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#2 16 years ago

Hehe, well it's very nice for you that you don't have problems. I have ALWAYS problems with my computer. I bought a new one, and after a few days it was broke, so I went back to te shop, they repaired it (altough, that's what they SAID), and after a few hours of use it broke down again. So I got my money back and bought a computer somewhere else... (That's the one I'm using now) Had no BIG problems (yet), but a few problems like Internet not working (I know, for some people that's a really big problem ;) :D :p ) but I fixed it (also thanks to my dad :D ) SO BE HAPPY IF YOU HAVE A COMPUTER WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS!!!




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#3 16 years ago

Dude, build your own from the parts you pick and learn how it really works!!!




Dutchman

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#4 16 years ago

Not now, I don't have the money :D Perhaps later......




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#5 16 years ago

When you do have the money, computers ar easy to build. I build them for fun and for experience. I have 2 computers, the one I am useing, and a Web server (I am ugrading the web server, so it is down). All Costom built by FileJune. Soon a router will be on that list. Get in to building computers, it is cheaper than buying from a company and you can get more perfomence out of it by building it.




Dutchman

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#6 16 years ago

You're probably right, but I don't really have the time (and the money like I said) now. I do have holidays right now, but now the money's missing, so I can't do it now. First I'm going to finish my school and then I'll see what to do with my life. I would like to built a computer for myself, so I've to ask help. But I think my dad is able to help me quite good. Just to make sure I'm not going to 'kill' some vital things :D




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#7 16 years ago

It can be cheaper but if you use cheap parts they dont last long. If you go high performance it can cost you still less than a high performance one built by a company. Mine cost me around 3,000 USD but i got 1.5 GB ram, 140GB hd, TDK velocd, aluminum case, 450W PSU, 5 internal fans, 19" mon and SB PA sound with Klipsch THK 2.1 sound. The rest was cheap, CPU, MOBO, GFX and cd reader are the cheap parts.




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#8 16 years ago

My computer that I am using (im on) is:

AMD Athon 1.5 GHz 1 GB RAM (1) 100 GB hard drive and (1) 80 GB hard Drive Sound Blaster Audligy sound card 32X cdr burner NVidea Gforce 200 (crapy video card) 17" Viewsonic Monitor Windows XP Pro

Web server: (down)

Duel Pentum 4 2 GHz 1.5 GB RAM (2) 120 GB HD No raid yet 40x cd rom drive basic 2d video card 15" monitor Calera Open Linux Server

Router: red hat linux Romed the rest ??? stil building it




Dutchman

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#9 16 years ago

mmm, my computer is less then that, much less. I don't know what I have, but it's fast enough. I do have 1,5 GHz, and about 80 GB Hard Drive, but more I really don't know.... :uhm: :uhm: :uhm:




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#10 16 years ago

LOL @ dutchman!!!




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