Started by Bella, November 30, 2007, 12:27:50 am
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QuoteSo yeah, obviously I didn't return as soon as originally planned. Things popped up (and I don't mean on the computer), and it is some IRL stuff that really doesn't belong in here. Of course, part of the reason I was gone was Fun Fun Fun Fest (more like Dust Dust Dust Fest, amirite?) which was pretty cool, but also very exhausting. Anyway, I burned the .iso and the disc works (yay, no coaster!) so all is well. The once riddled with spyware computer seems to be running smoothly now, checks clean with AVG/Spybot/Ad-aware, and I'm using it right now (w/PortableApps).
QuoteIf it is open-source, as you've stated, why not try tampering with the BIOS (or whatever you call the OS housed in a router). Try tweaking the settings manually, surely there is a guide on the forums for this sort of thing.
Quote*for those uninitiated, horchata is sweet milk that, depending on which region of the world it is found in, can be made from almond, rice, or grain. My favorite variant is actually rice milk blended with cow's milk and cinnamon. Delicioso!
QuoteFufufu... I'm going to venture to guess that machine is a CRT, now? ^__^Funny,... it's been a few months since I've had computers that old around the house. All of them have gone off to better homes, bless their hearts. -v-
QuoteI used to take care of lots of hermit crabs, so eating crabs makes me kinda/sorta feel like a cannibal. ^^;Am surprised you don't eat seafood more often, given the [relative] proximity to the coastline. I'd figure the Maine catch would somehow make its way more cheaply to your state. ^^
QuoteBWAHAHAHA!!!!! That was distributed to my friends within seconds of seeing that. ^___^
QuoteWell... if she's adventurous enough to mess around in VMS terminals, SURELY she wouldn't mind doing a little dissection work on her router. ^______^
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QuoteHopefully you managed to give the Ibex a spin (although probably so if you confirmed it wasn't a coaster). -v-
QuoteBrother From Another Mother!! ^v^*hugs ian*
QuoteThat sounds really tasty...
QuoteThat Compaq was especially useless in most respects, as it only had a dial-up modem and while running a liveCD it's only way of saving data would have been on floppy disks...plus it was unnervingly LOUD and made a whole range of strange revving, clacking, clicking and buzzing noises (which, admittedly, I find rather interesting in a computer).
QuoteEek, sounds all too familiar. Many of the old desktops and craptops that I owned made similar worry-some noises. I still use a floppy drive occasionally (small apps like GRUB editors, D-BAN, memtest seem like such a waste to put on a CD), and I have to say it's not a noise I relish hearing.
QuoteLONG LIVE THE MAC EVANGELISTS, WINDOWS XP ZEALOTS, LINUX FANS AND UNIX DISCIPLES AGAINST WINDOWS VISTA CLUB!!!!!!!!!!! ^V^ *C-chan signs off*
QuoteQuote:Brother From Another Mother!! ^v^*hugs ian*So that would make me a Manbearpig?Kidding aside, it's nice to know we share common tastes along with interests.
QuoteLONG LIVE THE MAC EVANGELISTS, WINDOWS XP ZEALOTS, LINUX FANS AND UNIX DISCIPLES AGAINST WINDOWS VISTA CLUB!!!!!!!!!!! ^V^