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it as a p4 2.88ghz (somebody call nine wan wan, fermi fire burnin on the dance floooor wahoooooo)
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Heeeeeeeere we go!




And here is my pizza that I picked up earlier at wal-mart....it wasn't really that good. California Kitchen is usually a good brand, but this stuff was nasty. I only took a few bites. Plus peep my super mario pants my wife got me :shades:





Sorry about my crappy image quality, I tried to use my digital, but my SD cards are formatted in EXT4 ATM. So have you ever fixed a loose power jack? Would it work to just strip the plug and check the polarity, then solder their respective pads on the mobo?

I mean this is a decent laptop. My sister just got her masters' degree, and also just got married, so I'm going to build them a new PC soon. Her husband is a big SC player He even got her playing WoW!



Speaking of, have you ever seen starcraft pajama pants? I would love some zerg pants.....
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So have you ever fixed a loose power jack? Would it work to just strip the plug and check the polarity, then solder their respective pads on the mobo?

I mean this is a decent laptop. My sister just got her masters' degree, and also just got married, so I'm going to build them a new PC soon. Her husband is a big SC player He even got her playing WoW!



Speaking of, have you ever seen starcraft pajama pants? I would love some zerg pants.....
PIZZA! YUM!

power jack? .. mm.. na, cant say I have.. but shouldnt be difficult at all iirc, most/all power-jacks have a pin thing in the middle.. either on the power brick or laptop body, should be a wee lil diagram denoting which polariy is where.. iirc the diagram goes something like: horizontal line with a dot @ end.. the dot is encompassed by a ~3/4 circle, then another horizontal line @ '1500hrs' on said circle.. understand?

never seen starcraft pj pants
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PIZZA! YUM!

power jack? .. mm.. na, cant say I have.. but shouldnt be difficult at all iirc, most/all power-jacks have a pin thing in the middle.. either on the power brick or laptop body, should be a wee lil diagram denoting which polariy is where.. iirc the diagram goes something like: horizontal line with a dot @ end.. the dot is encompassed by a ~3/4 circle, then another horizontal line @ '1500hrs' on said circle.. understand?

never seen starcraft pj pants
Man that would be sick, though woudn't it? Zerg RUSH. I'll have to lay down the zerg rush on my wife......if you know what I mean.


When I get done piecing together my system I'll post the results here....should be about 45 minutes or so. I'm not going to church today

My wife won't be happy, but oh well.
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Man that would be sick, though woudn't it? Zerg RUSH. I'll have to lay down the zerg rush on my wife......if you know what I mean.


When I get done piecing together my system I'll post the results here....should be about 45 minutes or so. I'm not going to church today

My wife won't be happy, but oh well.
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right now i'm using PERC 5/I .51 LSI FW.
should i update it?
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Man that would be sick, though woudn't it? Zerg RUSH. I'll have to lay down the zerg rush on my wife......if you know what I mean.


When I get done piecing together my system I'll post the results here....should be about 45 minutes or so. I'm not going to church today

My wife won't be happy, but oh well.
QUICK!

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right now i'm using PERC 5/I .51 LSI FW.
should i update it?
if you can, try using the latest dell firmware and see if it stops the reboot problem.

Backup you data just in case
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Hey thanks bro, I actually already ordered a dual core E3400. I'm going to WC and OC it, so we'll see what's up.

I actually have a P4 as a keychain. I just drilled a hole through it.


BTW that pizza last night was NASTY. UGH. Imma stick with the 5 cheese California Kitchen from now on.

I got a Calzone from a real pizza place called brick oven tonight....my wife picked it up on the way home from Paragould (this little hick city around 45 mins from where I live).
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All right fellas I'm on the lookout for another Perc 5/i or a 6/i. I just ordered my system that will server as a data/web server, and it has 2 x16 PCI-E slots You know what that means!


It will also have an OCZ Vertex 2 60GB as the OSes drive. I want to go ahead and buy the controller, but I'm not going to build another array just yet. I just need to get it and have it ready to go. I may be partnering up with a few friends.

Basically I'm going to start a website that will help high school and undergrad students with higher level math, physics, electronics, programming, PC hardware repair, and networking.

I may be recruiting some people from here so if you are interested or have suggestions let me know.
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