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#1 kwagner_51


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Posted 22 October 2005 - 02:48 PM

I am a brand new Registered Nurse. Passed boards on October 3, 2005!!

While waiting to take my nursing classes, i took a class entitled "PC Troubleshooting". I learned a lot about the hardware in a computer and am no longer Afraid to add hardware. So far, [on different machines] I have added memory, a new CD-ROM, wireless internet, and a new power supply!

I have 6 pc's all of which actually work!! :thumbsup: I use XP pro the others are 98SE. I have owned a pc since 1999, but used them in 1985, when they had two huge floppys to operate them. :flowers: Dating myself aren't I. haha

I like to read the HIJACKTHIS forums on SWI and PC GUIDE to see if the choices I make to get rid of junk are the same as Budfred. I'm getting pretty good, but still miss some. I NEVER tell anyone what to remove. It's just a game I play.

Anyway, just thought I'd say howdy y'all!!


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#2 jgweed


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Posted 22 October 2005 - 02:51 PM

One can learn a lot just by reading the HJT log threads, I am sure, and there are certainly enough here at BC to keep one occupied for quite a long time. While I do not venture into the mysteries of logs, I do read almost all of the posts in the forum threads, and learn something new each day.
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#3 yano


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Posted 14 November 2005 - 03:06 PM

:thumbsup: to BC! kwagner_51.
One can also learn a lot about computer by reading through our excellent tutorials.

Good Luck,

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