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Topic Title: You guys are awesome. Seriously.
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Created On: 08/30/2004 02:03 PM
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 08/30/2004 02:03 PM
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CrescentFresh
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"Awesome" may be an adjective used more by fifth graders, but it works best here. I'm a newbie to the DIY computer scene and had problems with my 2600+ not being recognized as such. After reading a few posts, all I had to do was go into BIOS and switch my FSB frequency.

A problem I thought was going to take days to fix took three minutes. A big thank you to everyone on this forum.
 08/30/2004 02:32 PM
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Nice to hear
 08/30/2004 06:49 PM
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What's even more awesome is that someone actually took the time to read through some threads to find the answer to a question that has been asked about 10,000 times. This, instead of just posting up another thread on the subject. Hat's off to you dude. Nothing wrong with asking questions, but it takes a keen mind to search for the answers first. I have no doubt you will do well at anything you apply yourself to.

And just in case I am misinterperted, I am quite serious in my comments above. No tongue in cheek.

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 08/30/2004 07:19 PM
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QUOTE (SpeedTek @ Aug 30 2004, 02:49 PM) What's even more awesome is that someone actually took the time to read through some threads to find the answer to a question that has been asked about 10,000 times.  This, instead of just posting up another thread on the subject. Hat's off to you dude.    Nothing wrong with asking questions, but it takes a keen mind to search for the answers first. I have no doubt you will do well at anything you apply yourself to.

And just in case I am misinterperted, I am quite serious in my comments above. No tongue in cheek.
Yeah no kidding..

Kudos to you CrescentFresh

Now if we could just get the thread jacking down a bit, there would be less lost posts LOL

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QUOTE (CrescentFresh @ Aug 30 2004, 07:03 PM) "Awesome" may be an adjective used more by fifth graders, but it works best here. I'm a newbie to the DIY computer scene and had problems with my 2600+ not being recognized as such. After reading a few posts, all I had to do was go into BIOS and switch my FSB frequency.

A problem I thought was going to take days to fix took three minutes. A big thank you to everyone on this forum.
You're welcome dude, thanks for your kind words and keep in touch
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