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  #1370634 19-Aug-2015 23:50
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Oh I agree with the above comments , well the ones I understand (dont quite get the powerpoint reference)

You have to be very careful what one downloads ........




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  #1370635 19-Aug-2015 23:58
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Talkiet:
nathan: maybe describe the issue, as I am not a mind reader :)


Sheesh... We've been asking for mind-reading since Win 3.11 and you still haven't delivered it? That's it. I'm installing Linux.

Cheers - N :-)


They knew you were going to do that, but they've been waiting since windows 3.11 ;-)

 
 
 
 


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  #1372058 22-Aug-2015 17:16
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Software piracy? What is this, 1990?

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  #1372145 22-Aug-2015 19:54
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And the monitor issue is?




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  #1372194 22-Aug-2015 21:56
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I had problems with my monitor. It kept going back to 60Hz for some reason. More nvidia stuff seems to have sorted that out tho.




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