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#1 jesferkicks


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Posted 17 March 2011 - 01:20 AM

Enjoying the esoteric deserts of Win 7 Pro [64] on my tired, horribly obsolete Dell XPS 630i put-put machine (circa 2008). It was "supposed" to be my, let's download & play with everything setup, with with a kick-a__ beauty acquired a few months later, or so that was the plan. Well, since all military plans become useless once the fire-fight begins; so my super machine never materialized. So this poor puppy became my CoD Black Ops trooper, my try every utility I can find idiocy partner, and the woeful victim of my incessant gotta tweak that ... by god! delusions. Four crashes & reloads to date. Specs: Intel core 2 E8300 2.8gig; 8gig DDR2 SDRAM; ≈ 1.5TB worth of drives; nVidia GeForce 8800GT & the normal junk that comes with. Just coming out of my last crash & burn and have many new questions I'll be bugging you sages about in the coming days/years ahead. Thx for hanging with these forums. Out.

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Posted 20 March 2011 - 04:14 PM

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