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#1 bayba

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Posted 03 November 2010 - 10:16 AM

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Hello Everyone! :thumbsup: I am an avid compute fixer, (all mine) because I can not afford to pay someone else to do it for me! I am hoping I came to the right comminity! So far, so good. I have some experiece in building and adding parts, and fixing slow computers, by cleaning out the registry, and just %temp%, and emptying all that stuff out. General defrag, and disk clean up and chkdsk, just the basics, I would love to learn new stuff. I am poor and still running xp pro, but I did switch it up to ubuntu, but that cpu crashed, and now I can not find either disk, ubuntu, or xp, so I am down to one cpu.

I am an older college student, but not for computerss. :inlove:

Happy to be here and I hope I can help somoeone, or visa versa!

Nice meeting you all!

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#2 Budapest

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Posted 03 November 2010 - 04:02 PM

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