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Old 08-04-2005, 09:02 AM   #11 (permalink)
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WoW someone dosen't like what you say and you flip Look's like you starting to show your real color's.
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This is most insulting to have suggestions that are taught in PC Basics 101.
He asked a question, a simple one, and when we gave him a simple answer to a simple question he said we were insulting his intelligence! What the hell. You dont see something unreasonable about that?
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I agree, that guy is a real jerk for posting that.

In my opinion, it sounds like a slow memory leak of some kind. Although, not in software. Some kind of hardware equivalent to that. That, or, a failing hard drive, I don't know. I'm willing to bet that one or more of the RAM sticks is going south, that, or the hard drive itself is going south.

Either way, I'm willing to bet that if you ran a test on each (Memtest86 and a full physical disk check) you'd find your problem. And it wouldn't surprise me that the stress of being overclocked for so long eventually overstressed some of the components.
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Old 08-04-2005, 09:14 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I agree, that guy is a real jerk for posting that.

In my opinion, it sounds like a slow memory leak of some kind. Although, not in software. Some kind of hardware equivalent to that. That, or, a failing hard drive, I don't know. I'm willing to bet that one or more of the RAM sticks is going south, that, or the hard drive itself is going south.

Either way, I'm willing to bet that if you ran a test on each (Memtest86 and a full physical disk check) you'd find your problem. And it wouldn't surprise me that the stress of being overclocked for so long eventually overstressed some of the components.
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This is most insulting to have suggestions that are taught in PC Basics 101.

I built this PC im pretty sure i know how to defrag, set system bios, reformat, disk cleanup, monitor memory usage, CPU temps, ect.

Thank you for your time.
Well, your handle certainly fits!! You might want to try on Dipstick1337!!! And by-the-way, everyone who responds is trying to help you and you diss everyone? suggestion: Go back and take the class PC Basics 101 and this time get a passing grade!!! Sheesh!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-04-2005, 11:17 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Well, your handle certainly fits!! You might want to try on Dipstick1337!!! And by-the-way, everyone who responds is trying to help you and you diss everyone? suggestion: Go back and take the class PC Basics 101 and this time get a passing grade!!! Sheesh!!!!!!!!
I like this guy. Seems he is one of the few people here that speaks with true logic.
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Okay everyone....let's all get together for a group hug and sing cumbiah (sp......how the heck do you spell that?)
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I think it's Koombyah, or Koombiah.

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Right, otherwise it could be miscontrued as porn ............CUMbiah....Yikes!!!!!!!!!! Now I've got a headache!
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Right, otherwise it could be miscontrued as porn ............CUMbiah....Yikes!!!!!!!!!! Now I've got a headache!
Sounds like a porno, you're right. Falls along the lines of Saving Ryan's Privates and things of that sort.

CUMbyah, it could work on several levels. One being obviously a rip on the name of the tune, but if you seperate the words: Cum-by-yah... Hidden message?
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usually when something don't work in overclock mode, don't you stop overclocking it?
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