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#1 JRockZ


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Posted 23 February 2010 - 11:09 PM

Ok i think i may have said hey before im a noob as you all may think but ive been around, i like to try to help out as much as possible if i can. Its been a long time since ive been a member of any community, I stated back in the day with some racing game fourms editing modeling mapping etc,,, (Ie" Sports car GT and Nascar heat) I was a co auther of a large Add on Mod for Nascar Heat (which is still an active and commnly used game from 2001. I went by Jayblade back in those days as i was known for being sharp as a balde (no not gay blade either LOL) anyhow all along i was of course always tweaking my systems along the way for optimal (gaming/racing) performance, I was an active member at Infopros Joint as well as the tweak files back in the Win98 SE days. I obtain extensive knowledged as far as PC's go but i would say im not to much more than the average user/tweaker,,, I do ,like to help if i can and i try my best to behave so now that im here



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Posted 23 February 2010 - 11:36 PM

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