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DosDinosaur (Dave Glass) 20120913

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#1 Dave Glass

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Posted 13 September 2012 - 02:23 AM

My name is Dave, I have been a user of the digital box from the time when two 5.25" disk drives was the BOMB. The screaming 8088 processor was only blind sided by the 8086 machine. Yes, I am a true DOS Dinosaur.

The DOS commands are still useful in today's Op Systems. Well, some of them, most are just too slow or obsolete. :busy:

Anyway, since the first purchase of the computer, and the first time I broke open the DOS code, I was fixed in my path as a true Geek.

I have been online since 1959 (Sorry, some sick humor must be used) :whistle:

I have many solutions, for many problems as well as problems without solutions, or problems with too many solutions.

That is why we are here. :gathering: Glad to meet all of you. Have a blessed day..

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Posted 13 September 2012 - 08:24 AM

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