[NBLUG/talk] Help a neighboring LUG'er
conradoho at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 1 12:59:25 PDT 2007
Can anyone help this guy?... I'm too much of a noob to know where to
begin... Conrad OHO
From:"Andrius Ilgunas" <andrius at ilgunas.net>
To:"'HumLUG List'" <linux at redwood.humboldt.edu>
Subject:RE: Google beta
Date:Sun, 1 Apr 2007 10:53:44 -0700
Hrmm...it seems that a link on that page is broken. I got something
How can I fix that? This computer is brand new.
It's a Dell Dementia Super 48000XZ, 4GB RAM, 580GB Seagate Hard drive
useable), 2.7GHz Duo Core Processor, 48X DVD-R, 19" LCD Monitor Model
(with the power button on the right side), ATI Mobility Radeon X1200
Graphics Accelerator Card with 512MB, Two (2) DIMM slots, 1.44 Floppy
Drive Installed, Two (2) PCI Slots and (1) half height AGP Slot, Two
PS/2 Ports, Two (2) Serial Ports (COM1 & COM2) and One (1) Parallel
(LPT1), 105-key Keyobard, Logitech Optical Mouse with Scrolling wheel,
onboard 10/100mbps Ethernet, onboard 56k v.92 modem, Four (4) USB Ports
2-back 2-front, IrDA, 7-in-1 multicard reader,Tru-Sound Home
System, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 2,
Works, Microsoft Money, Norton Antivirus 2008, and Elite Defender II
I used to be an old computer hacker way back in the 70's, so I know a
or two about computers. I tried recompiled the CPU and flashed my hard
fourteen times. But I still get the same error. It's really weird. I
get web pages all the time! I mean, it's ALWAYS worked before! Then I
pulled out the BIG GUNS. I spliced the coax cable and soldered it
into the motherboard because we all know those plastic connectors are
(LOLROFLMAOLOL!) But that didn't fix anything. Should I buy more RAM? I
heard that the ether in the cable goes bad once in a while. How do I
the cable with more ether?
Everyone knows that Gates owns the Internet, so do you think that maybe
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