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    Out of the BSOD

    I'll have to double check on that, it is a possibility. I was going to get a new case anyway. I'm sure the video drivers are correct and up to date, I downloaded them yesterday to be sure. I'm inclined to think the BFG card probably isn't the issue, the PC is a refurbished model so any...
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    Out of the BSOD

    I removed the dirty HD - did not fix it. I went ahead and took out the BFG and plugged the monitor into the onboard and it works fine now. I purchased the BFG a month ago, is it possible this isn't a bad card and there is some underlying issue that I have yet to discover?
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    Out of the BSOD

    I'll disconnect it tonight and see if there is a difference. Master/Slave jumpers correctly configured, and I'm sure the cable is correct.
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    Hello from the music capital of the world (self-proclaimed)

    We appreciate it, trying to put together a UK (and Amsterdam) tour this summer. Believe it or not we don't get big crowds in Austin, don't think they are ready for the music yet here.
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    Are computers your job, hobby or both?

    Both - my work is in business credit related to financing Dell systems (which means we have to know ALL about the hardware we finance). I went to college for comp sci/mathematics so I always planned on working with computers, but now the actual technical stuff has become my hobby.
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    Hello from the music capital of the world (self-proclaimed)

    We get that comment ALL the time. Thanks!
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    Hello from the music capital of the world (self-proclaimed)

    I wish, Fishbone is awesome. I wish we were as good as Rush too. Getty Lee is one of my idols (I play Bass).
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    Out of the BSOD

    Hi all, suddenly it seems I have a gremlin and I've no clue what exactly caused it. To start my specs : Dell Dimension B110 Desktop - I recently upgraded from a 2.4GHz Celeron to a 2.6 Ghz P4 HT (478-pin, 800 MHz FSB). 1 GB (2x512 DIMM), 2x 80GB WD EIDE :( HDs (I recently added the second...
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    Your favourite sandwich

    1st, thanks for the welcome :thumb: 2nd, a Gyro is a greek sandwich made from slow-roasted lamb or a combination of lamb and beef. It is served in a pita with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and a celery and sour cream sauce. http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/Sandwiches/GyroSandwich.htm
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    Hello from the music capital of the world (self-proclaimed)

    Hello all, greetings from the lone star state. This site has helped me out several times before, so I thought it was only proper to become a registered user. Just a little about me, work as a credit analyst for DFS (that's Dell Financial Services). In a funk/soul band called the bus stop...
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    Your favourite sandwich

    Brie and Cranberry just recently entered my life and I am definitely a fan. Still think my top one is a good old-fashioned Gyro.
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