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post #101 of 670
You didn't happen to put it into the esata-usb combo port did you. That crap port is tight...lol.
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Yea, that port is a really tight fit... You can just use some pliers/tweezers to get the metal part out.
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post #103 of 670
im either going to buy the M11x, or the m9700.

the m9700 has two 7900GS's in sli and its 1920x1200 17".

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post #104 of 670
I would advise you not buy tech that is so old. 1. it'll struggle and 2. you have a total lack of support.
post #105 of 670
but the money! its only $600! 17"!!!!!!!!!

YOU ARE RIGHT.

BUUUUTTTT i cant afford 1k! im crying. whatev ill wait for the mx11
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post #106 of 670
Wait a little bit, save up some cash, the M11x refresh with i5, i7 is coming out very soon. Hold out and save! You'll thank me later.
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I would assume the M11x would also get the i3 no?
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post #108 of 670
Correct you are, but the ulv i3's I heard, were crap compared to the ulv i5 and i7.
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car or mx11?
    
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post #110 of 670
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Originally Posted by Freelancer852 View Post
Yea, that port is a really tight fit... You can just use some pliers/tweezers to get the metal part out.
No just the regular USB port. I tried pliers and pulled as hard as I could. I don't know what to do
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