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#1 ptulkens


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Posted 26 January 2014 - 04:12 AM


I'm happy to join this forum that seems quite useful.

I have a large experience in PCs from the time of C/PM and DOS1 through Win7, but I learn every day !

I hope to learn and, if needed, to also share with others what I know and have learned.


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#2 bigwheat


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Posted 26 January 2014 - 07:18 AM

welcome i'm brand new and I hope I can learn some things about computers i'm new at them have worked on them some but they were all a set program nelson

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Posted 26 January 2014 - 09:55 AM

I haven't been here all that long but find it a very informative forum.  However somewhat over run with "infection"  faults, as a hardware specialist and active field service engineer, find virus hunting just another part of any job, but feel prevention goes beyond just AV software and needs to start upon system generation, not AFTER infected.  I earned  many degrees and attended many a manufacturers workshops on specific equipment from early day logic testers (DEC and Fluke-Trendar).  Integrated single calibration standard equipment into a suite to unskilled operators to do "as found" testing.  Hardware is simple, it works or it don't.  Software, well, just too many variables to get tweaked by another program, rendering other programs inoperable.  Welcome

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