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Former PC Hobbiest -- Now Stranger in a Strange Land.

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#1 Lookout_nc


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Posted 06 August 2014 - 09:45 AM

Hi, I'm Lookout.


In my younger days I worked on computers as a hobby, helping friends upgrade their PCs also built PC from ground up with a fellow hobbiest. Mostly kept to the simple stuff: upgrading memory, sound cards, graphics and general refurbishing. With a new job my life was rerouted and my hobby was archived. I really enjoyed working on PCs and have always wanted to expand my skills. Since I have retired, I want to get back into it.
It appears that I have lost some data files on my biological HD. My RAM is not what it used to be either. unsure.png

Hope I can upgrade and update my old Win NT hobbist program to run on the new systems.


Will be visiting the upgrading and rebuilding forums with plenty of questions. Hope to make many new friends.


Best Regards,


LOOKOUT! ohmy.png


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