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Old 02-17-2004, 07:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Dell XPS i think i see what you're saying. i think it is better to have 2 computers connected with a KVM switch that allows you to switch between them than to have a multi proc computer. that way you could physically separet the 2 machines and you can get some real multitasking done
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currently doing that with the screw around box. RAGNAROK ONLINE on my main PC. DVD/DivX or the other.
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re-read his question.
Actually I read his question fine. "connecting two computers to work at the same time/ work together" to me (not to mention the four people who responded after me) sounds like he merely wants to network. If he had said he wanted to connect computers to simultask I woulda responded differently.
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