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computer screen
« on: Thu Jun 05, 2008 - 23:24:55 »
.................just using this post to apologize for not really being nice or real at times on the forum, it wasn't the real me thanks
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Re: computer screen
« Reply #1 on: Thu Jun 05, 2008 - 23:33:36 »
It sounds like you may be on a different resolution.  Are you using Windows XP or Vista?

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Re: computer screen
« Reply #2 on: Wed Jun 11, 2008 - 00:14:04 »
I just got a new brightscreen monitor    before I had a CRT one

It came with a installation CD and a initial setup

This screen can go up to 1440  x  900  resolution

But my computer is old so it cant give it

Thats the problem with technology            you have to keep upgrading

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Re: computer screen
« Reply #3 on: Wed Jun 11, 2008 - 05:07:43 »
I had my sparkie mate come around and he reset my system

also getting a graphics card and 2 x 512 mb of ram

going from ::destroyingcomputer::to ::clappingoverhead::

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Re: computer screen
« Reply #4 on: Sat Jun 28, 2008 - 04:41:50 »
 ::destroyingcomputer:: ::destroyingcomputer:: ::destroyingcomputer::

NOW   ::clappingoverhead:: ::clappingoverhead:: ::clappingoverhead::

well    I got a 7600 graphics card for my motherboard and all sorts of problems erupted

The system kept on dieing on startup and then sometimes during play

I had to remove the card just to get it to work    but slow slow

It took me 45 min to read a disc and another 45 to burn it off   ::frown::

The motherboard was had it in the end    still could run,  but only limited functions

new old card put in and graphics card installed

now it takes only 7min to read a disc and only 7min to burn one off

Still a old system but      so happy   ::smile::

Mark


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Re: computer screen
« Reply #5 on: Fri Jul 04, 2008 - 16:31:39 »
::destroyingcomputer:: ::destroyingcomputer:: ::destroyingcomputer::

NOW   ::clappingoverhead:: ::clappingoverhead:: ::clappingoverhead::

well    I got a 7600 graphics card for my motherboard and all sorts of problems erupted

The system kept on dieing on startup and then sometimes during play

I had to remove the card just to get it to work    but slow slow

It took me 45 min to read a disc and another 45 to burn it off   ::frown::

The motherboard was had it in the end    still could run,  but only limited functions

new old card put in and graphics card installed

now it takes only 7min to read a disc and only 7min to burn one off

Still a old system but      so happy   ::smile::

Mark




computers give only but troubles but when they work its just plain fun!!!!!

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Re: computer screen
« Reply #6 on: Sat Jul 26, 2008 - 00:36:48 »
::destroyingcomputer:: ::destroyingcomputer:: ::destroyingcomputer::

NOW   ::clappingoverhead:: ::clappingoverhead:: ::clappingoverhead::

well    I got a 7600 graphics card for my motherboard and all sorts of problems erupted

The system kept on dieing on startup and then sometimes during play

I had to remove the card just to get it to work    but slow slow

It took me 45 min to read a disc and another 45 to burn it off   ::frown::

The motherboard was had it in the end    still could run,  but only limited functions

new old card put in and graphics card installed

now it takes only 7min to read a disc and only 7min to burn one off

Still a old system but      so happy   ::smile::

Mark




computers give only but troubles but when they work its just plain fun!!!!!
well a week ago my fun died    I took it into the shop     he said my number 1 was plugged into number 2 and all sorts of other high tech stuff     I suddenly went deaf and paid the money    only $50     

well now it is working,  but it is running slower than before    my mate probably overclocked the ram to get max performance     I just couldn't let him know it crashed      as he worked so hard on it

a really good mate     I just didn't want to download more rubbish his way
young family and all that

my experience so far is    it will not last forever
                                        it will cost you money
                                        and  it is better to get the experts involved straight away

And if all else fails            there's the shop