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#1 Raivaen

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 10:20 PM

Greetings everyone. Im not very good at introductions but i figured ill give it a try.

Im 28, currently going to school for an Associated degree in Computer Networking Systems......I was first introduced to computer around the late 80's with an Apple2 GS. My first computer was a Packard Bell 486Dx. Ahh, the days of windows 3.1 and Dos 5.0.....yes, dos 5.0. Those were the days. Then came my second computer at the age of 13, which i build. It was a Cyrix 686, 266mhz. Wow, what an upgrade.....Im only 28, but have been around the block to say the least, when it comes to computers. Ive experienced just about every flavor or windows, several *nix distro's, experience with Cisco equipment and the list could go on and on....but i dont feel like boring you guys/girls any more. Any questions or anything, i am an open book, so post away....i hide nothing, ask and 'ye shall receive'




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Posted 08 January 2010 - 10:48 PM

Hello Raiv and welcome to Bleeping Computer.
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#3 mybuddyeric

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 12:18 AM

Hi Raiv:

You sound like me in so many ways. =)
Tell me you rocked out Oregon Trail on the old Apple II. It will bring a nostalgic sigh of relief.

In any case, welcome.
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#4 Raivaen

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 12:28 AM

aye...oregon trail....back in 5th grade.......constituted arrow keys for movement in a black and white screen on a 5 1/4'' floppy disk....such a good game.....caused no memeory dump errors......no such thing as BSoD........awww, like i said before, the good olde days

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 09:52 PM

aye...oregon trail....back in 5th grade.......constituted arrow keys for movement in a black and white screen on a 5 1/4'' floppy disk....such a good game.....caused no memeory dump errors......no such thing as BSoD........awww, like i said before, the good olde days

haha... yes, the good OLD days, for sure! glad to have you here.
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