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#1 Bultaco


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Posted 26 July 2010 - 08:38 PM

I'm a home user with three computers on a simple home network....nothing fancy.

My generic desktop PC (in the basement) has the Belkin N1 wired to it and my wife's MacBook and my Hp Pavilion laptop float back and forth between the kitchen and the family room....depending on whether we're watching movies (and Googling IMDB to check an actor's bio)....or cooking up a storm and checking out the ingredients on Allrecipes.com

I've recently gotten involved in what I hope will be a money-making online venture, so I thought it was time to get serious about backing up my systems and files. Bought an Iomega 1TB external drive off eBay yesterday......tried to do a Vista SP1 upgrade today, and that's when the fun began.

I'll address the details in another forum! Thanks for welcoming me, and, looking forward to some great discussions.

(P.S. My login, Bultaco, is the brand name of my first [Spanish] motocross bikes..........from 'back in the day').

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Posted 26 July 2010 - 08:54 PM

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