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post #21 of 114 (permalink) Old 12-29-2004, 04:53 PM - Thread Starter
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So the checksum adds up and multiplies all the info to see if it all matches up with eachother right. So if you had 14x250 which = 3.5Ghz and you changed it to 3.7Ghz, checksum would see tht that's not right. Or does checksum actually read the email to see if it's been edited.

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So the checksum adds up and multiplies all the info to see if it all matches up with eachother right. So if you had 14x250 which = 3.5Ghz and you changed it to 3.7Ghz, checksum would see tht that's not right. Or does checksum actually read the email to see if it's been edited.

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Well I don't think Admin wants to tell you the internal workings of checksum.. people would figure out how checksum works, then make their own counter-program to match the numbers as actual frequenices.

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I didn't ask for the internal. Just wondering if there is any way people can change the values. I'm not a liar, there's no fun in it. It's alot more rewarding when people congratulate you on things that yo actaully achieved.

I guess it's probably best not to tell anyone hwo it works becuase someone might find a flaw in the system and take advantage of it. I hope you've checked the system admin (i'm sure you have).
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post #30 of 114 (permalink) Old 12-29-2004, 09:39 PM - Thread Starter
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It's your email client prompting you. CPU-Z sends the email via your email program I suspect outlook express?
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