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Old 11-09-2005, 02:28 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Originally posted by tractorboy
LOL ....what did you do increase the ram or get a new pc ?
assumeing that was to me...

this was several years ago... I used it for a long time(several years in fact) later I got one that had a 500Mhz processor,10Gig hd and 128MB Ram...
and used it for several years...

they both worked great, although obvously can't compare to the one I have now..\/

now (not even a year ago) I bought the one in my sig...

I recently upgraded from 512MB to 640MB ram... but I see no difference

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Old 11-09-2005, 02:44 PM   #42 (permalink)
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juice daddy...PCs are unbelievable now and cheap ( price wise) compared to my first pc, was an IBM PC, it had 64 k of ram, not meg " K" . had no HD , 2 full height 5.25 160 k floppy drives
13 inch mono monitor and a micro 92 dot matrix printer.. I purchased another 64 k of ram , bring it up to 128 k, all my friends were like...oohhh,,,,,ahhhhh ...128k.. the whole deal was close to $3000. look what you could get now for $3000

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