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From: Nitro WV
Since last post: 172 days
Last activity: 23 days
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|Can you do it? Step back in time and not access a computer for a day? I find it hard enough to speed 30 minutes away from a computer let alone a whole day. *sigh* |
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From: South Georgia
Since last post: 1873 days
Last activity: 12 hours
|#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.78|
|I do that pretty much every weekend, but I have a fairly utilitarian view of my computer.|
One of the Thirty-two (or maybe Thirty-four....)!
From: West Palm Beach, FL
Since last post: 937 days
Last activity: 255 days
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I don't touch a computer from Friday at 3:30pm to Monday at 7:00am. Every weekend.|
From: Cleveland, Ohio
Since last post: 1 day
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|#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.07|
|Count me in on the last two posts as well. My kiddos and life in general keep me off the 'puter all weekend.|
From: GA in person, NJ in heart
Since last post: 2 days
Last activity: 9 hours
|#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.77|
|What the hell? I'll go for it. I'll turn all my computers off now and see if I can leave them off for all day tomorrow. Should be fun, right?
You believe me, don't you?
Please believe what I just said...
Stagger, Check the jumper settings for the drive. Some hard drives have a size limit jumper setting (for older computers). That's probably what's wrong.
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