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  1. OK ... here's my question. I am a systems admin and I support about 150 users. Currently I carry around a CD that has some files on it that I use regularly. I am considering purchasing 128MB “Thumb Drive” or “USB Drive” to replace the CD. Does anyone have any experience using these devices? How fast are they? I would like to know if they require drivers to be installed to use them. Any advice/input would be greatly appreciated. Tony
  2. Did you disable the on board video card in Device Manager?
  3. I am willing to spend about $500 or so. From what everyone is sayng ... motherboard, processor, memory & graphics card are the main things I need to upgrade. Does the BIOS come with the motherboard or is that something else I need to buy. Also, how do I know if the motherboard will fit into my current case? Or should I get a new case too. My current system is a Dell. I am comforable installing memory and PCI cards, so is installing the motherboard/processor something I can handle? Thanks.
  4. Gee ... did I start something?? I appreciate all of your input! Keep it coming. I hate to admit is, but I don't know what a lot of the abreviations mean. Keep your ideas coming!! Thanks! Tony
  5. Hi all. I have a PC that is from 1999. It is as follows .... PIII 600MHz (no clue on the FSB speed ... how do I find that out?) Windows2000 Pro 640MB PC100 RAM 32 TNT2 Video Card 27GB Hard Drive (C:) 120 GB Hard Drive (Partitoned into 3 partitions) 17" monitor CDRW drive DVD Drive Cable Internet connection I am thinking about building my own PC. Don't care about "modding" the case too much, but I would like a LCD readout of CPU temp, load, etc from one of the drive bays. I want to make it a PC that will last me another couple of years. Should I wait for the "hyper threading" technology to come down in price? I mean the PC runs fine now ... just a little on the slow side. I just want a new toy that won't set me back too much. Any suggestions? Any websites anyone can recommend me checking out? Thanks in advance. Tony
  6. Hi there! Welcome! I am new to GhostRecon too. I am just starting to play online. I have found that the players here are very helpful. I hope to see you online sometime!! BigT4187
  7. I am a GhostRecon newbie. There I said it. I would like to play online sometime, but I am intimidated. Is there ever an online game that caters to newbies? I think that it would be beneficial to all of us noobs who want to learn how to play online before we jump in with all of you experts out there. I look forward to seeing you "on the field." Thanks.
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