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my asus a8 died........ my 3800+ x2 is just doing NOTHING and i can't find a good mb....
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Have you looked on ebay. try to look for DFI NF4 and you will get listings for Ultra D's, SLI's, SLI DR's, Occasionally Experts and very very far and few inbetween Venus's. That is just the DFI mobo's there is a ton of other mobo's out there for socket 939.
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Hi guys. Last night while overclocking my Destroyer system i managed to do some OS damage and was wondering if it is or could be an easy fix or what. My Belkin USB Wireless G is not working because some DLL is missing now. I tried to unistall and reinstall the driver but every time I reboot the system still claims to need to install software for new hardware found. So when I open up the Belkin application to look at the properties it tells me that a Can't do it because some DLL is missing. Does any one know a fix to this. I was thinking of installing the Chipset driver again but I don't want to do any thing until I hear from some more experienced people about this.
N2Gaming, after uninstalling the drivers are you disconnecting the Belkin USB Wireless device? Typically on some usb/pcmcia wireless devices the drivers have to be installed first BEFORE connecting the device. Make sure the device is disconnected before installing the drivers.

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my asus a8 died........ my 3800+ x2 is just doing NOTHING and i can't find a good mb....
BigpoppaFrary, have you had a look at the For Sale section? You may find some S939 motherboards for sale. Matter of fact here is one thread: http://www.overclock.net/sale/537443...herboards.html.

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BlackOmega, funny you mention that. The Wife and I were discussing that the other day hahaha.
They actually work very well. I used to put my older in one and go for walks with em. He loved the outdoors and would usually fall asleep in it . THe only thing you gotta watch for is when they're very little and don't have much head control, you have to make sure that it doesn't flop in all sort of crazy directions its not supposed to.

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N2Gaming, after uninstalling the drivers are you disconnecting the Belkin USB Wireless device? Typically on some usb/pcmcia wireless devices the drivers have to be installed first BEFORE connecting the device. Make sure the device is disconnected before installing the drivers.

Let us know
Thanks thlk3r, I could not get xp to unistall the Belkin software. I kept getting the install error would you like to report to microsoft error window. Of course not dumb OS I don't have any connection. So I had to do it the hard way. Thaks to hueristic's lessons I was able to remove all the needed files in the Registry through regedit. There was 3 files I could not unistall and I could not figure out why but after doing all that I rebooted and did as you suggested and it's up and working again FTW. I has to may pc problems... The more I do & learn the more I realize that there is just so much more to learn and yet I am but just one individual trying to make a place for my self in the industry. some day and some how maybe I can go back to school and get re-edjamacated. Speeking of which does any one have any specific filed related training suggestions. IT, Admin etc etc.

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Speaking of which does any one have any specific filed related training suggestions. IT, Admin etc etc.
N2Gaming, I have a few tutorials from TestOut: http://www.testout.com/. The site looks cheesy but they are very helpful tutorials. I found out about these from one of our systems engineers at work. They are truly great...very interactive. I do quite a few things in active directly and group policy management so it's very useful info

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N2Gaming, I have a few tutorials from TestOut: http://www.testout.com/. The site looks cheesy but they are very helpful tutorials. I found out about these from one of our systems engineers at work. They are truly great...very interactive. I do quite a few things in active directly and group policy management so it's very useful info

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Thank you thinker. I will have to consider them when considering my schooling. I am trying to figure out what area of computers would best fit my abilities and memory. Of course if one has those video's they could always keep them handy in the event they can't remember how to do something and the video's can remind them. I'm think I may go back to a legit local Jr. colledge to get a head start.
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N2Gaming, start off with Desktop Support and move your way up. I can tell you right now that what school you go to means diddly squat. I work at a medium to large business with about 8,000 people and let me tell you, when we are reviewing resumes for additional IT people we throw away the school history part...it's all about experience and how many years of hands on work you have. If it makes you feel any better I never went to school (college). At the time I preferred working.

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Thanks, I hear about a lot of IT guys not having any schooling but was able to talk there way into a job by being able to sell them self on how much they learned on their own. I think I do need a good foundation to start from feel as if I should do like you suggest and work my way up. I use to work at a company that made it's bread and butter on their rack mounts and Telephony servers but they also sold desktops once in a while. Any way I got a little experience from that job but did not like the company and it was a little company w/big ambitions and improper leadership. The owner mostly. Not dissin any culture here but this guy was chinese and it made it hard for me to see eye to eye w/him at times especially when I knew other said employee's would lie about stuff and it comes back around to me. Any way I don't know if I would be able to use them as a reference and it was back in 2000 w/just a little experience that I had. I was a 9-5'r then. Now after Hauling 10 cars long haul and not being home for days at a time sleeping in 73" sleeper I understand how I should have put in more hours and effort to learn more while I was there. In any case I'm older now and wiser to a degree. So I would be more willing to work longer hours off the clock before and after my work schedule as long as the money was good. Help Desk? what is help desk. Is this like customer service taking incoming calls or something like that?
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N2Gaming, helpdesk can be any number of things. Our helpdesk typically logs incidents, reports outtages, assists with basic IT questions/issues over the telephone ect. Every company is different. If there is a severity 1 then the helpdesk immediately escalates it to the appropriate IT individual/party. I started off with desktop support. Desktop Engineering is another fun thing. It's a ever changing environment

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