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So, i stick the hard drive in my comp. It wont post, after a half hour of trouble shooting it turns out my power adapter for my monitor is dead.
http://shop.industrialpartner.com/C/...gy/paa050f.htm

Then, i get it to post, and when it says press any key to boot from cd, my keyboard doesnt work.. great day
Hi cappy,

Man that is some bad luck!! It does get frustrating, doesn't it??

Just hang in there and eventually it will all come together,
post #2082 of 3773
BTW Guys,

I broke the 300,000 points per month barrier today! It was one of my goals to do that. That means I equaled 10,000ppd on average.... I didn't think I'd make it with the way the month started.

As FrankenPC said once - "It's not a sprint, it's a marathon" That is so true...

Take care and Fold On! :-)
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Yeah, we're gonna get back at those Colts . But if we win, we're gonna cream them in the playoffs with home field advantage (they turned the heat up, we'll turn the defrosters off).
Hey LBN,

The hype for the Colts vs Pats game is starting to build... Colts have won 12 straight, and have beat the Pats the last 3 times... This is the first time 2 teams that are 7-0 and 8-0 have met in the regular season. Brady is on track to break Peyton's TD record, home field advantage is at stake, etc...

It will be a good game. I won't be at home to watch it though. I'll have to watch reruns or listen to the "experts" relive the game...

Take care, :-)
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Yeah well they go to a couple night classes to get a higher degree for their jobs but I thought taking a day off was totally ok. But later in the night my mom said she was sad not because I kept bragging and stuff but because she couldn't go. So we're cool, I thought that was quite meaningful she said that. Life is a dry long journey. Gotta need water sometimes.
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WD320 + WD400 HP DVD burner Windows XP PRO Samsung 226BW 22" 
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Yeah well they go to a couple night classes to get a higher degree for their jobs but I thought taking a day off was totally ok. But later in the night my mom said she was sad not because I kept bragging and stuff but because she couldn't go. So we're cool, I thought that was quite meaningful she said that. Life is a dry long journey. Gotta need water sometimes.
Hi shaj,

I'm glad you and your Mom discussed it. At least you know she was sad and wanted to go, but couldn't. She was thinking of you, but also thinking of the bigger picture. It happens and that's life...

Life might seem like a dry and long journey, because we get into routines and get immersed in our own stuff... That's why you gotta stop and smell the roses sometimes and/or get a drink of water. Only you know when or where you need it. So stop and do something that rejuvenates you. I suspect the camp you went to helped do that, am I wrong?? Sometimes it can be as little as going to a football or baseball game or maybe a movie with a friend. That's all it will take... It's just a break in the action. LBN goes on hikes or bike rides with his Dad or friends.

For me, it's driving down to see my daughters at college. Seeing them really lifts my spirits. Other times, it's sitting with my wife and doing something fun... I know you don't have daughters or a wife, but you do have friends and family. They wouldn't be there if they didn't like you... So live life a little and enjoy. Don't take life so seriously... You'll do just fine, I think.

Take care and Happy trials! :-)
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Woot! I gots me a new phone! Certainly better than my old one. For one thing, you can actually read the screen.
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Woot! I gots me a new phone! Certainly better than my old one. For one thing, you can actually read the screen.
HI LBN,

Ok, I'll bite... What kind of phone is it?? Razor, iPhone, .....????

As for reading the screen. I'll assume that is because your old one was just that old. It was not because you dropped it, or scratched the surface all up, right?

I'll wait with baited breathe for your reply....
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Well boys, This is what I'm talking about and was hoping for:

Date -- Points -- W/U
10.31.07 13,094 38 - EDIT: That's what it ended up for the week!
10.30.07 15,123 28
10.29.07 10,626 39
10.28.07 12,823 12
10.27.07 11,160 10
10.26.07 10,644 9
10.25.07 13,689 12
10.24.07 12,704 14

It has been a pretty productive week so far. As for today the numbers are not yet entered on the Extremeoverclocking web site yet, but Stanford shows the newer numbers as of 9:30pm today....

8 days and 99,863 points so far... That's 12,482.87 per day average. I guess my next goal will be to produce over 100,000 points in a week. I have a couple more Conroes to go on line this month, so maybe I can reach those numbers... I'll just keep my fingers crossed that all of my rigs will continue to work for a few months without breakdowns! I still want to hit 2 million by the end of the year.

What do you guys think?? I don't mean to brag or anything, but it's been a struggle keeping all of my rigs going lately. I've finally done it for one week, I hope.... still 3 hours to go!

Take care and Fold On!! :-)
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It's a razor. The old one was hard to read because it was small. The little external one just got gunk inside the cover because of a poor design.
post #2090 of 3773
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It's a razor. The old one was hard to read because it was small. The little external one just got gunk inside the cover because of a poor design.
Hi LBN,

I have a Razor3 as well. I love it. Bought it last Christmas when the local Alltel store had a 2 for 1 deal. I bought mine and gave the freebie to my wife! I placed a red cover on it to protect it, and its been good to go since. Also picked up their family plan with 10 free numbers you can call (cell phones not included - they are free all the time)...

I hope you enjoy yours as much as I enjoy mine! :-)
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