EEGADS, I have to introduce myself too?

By hienz1
Jun 17, 2011
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  1. er... um... hi. :wave:
    New here, not newbie to 'puters though. My pc adventures started oh, way back when we were starting out across the great divide, in a wagon train on the great Oregonian trail. And the trail boss hired me as an Indian scout to .... no wait. Wrong year. WOOPs. LOL.

    OK, um... my PC adventures started in 1995, when the college I was attending got their brand new $2000 IBM 286 PC's. Boy, these babies were super - s l o w. But since we were new at it, we thought they were fffffaaaaaassssssttttttttt. (that was my attempt at creating a text "speed blur"). Then came the 386, then the 486, then I got my first school loan and bought my own PC, a mini tower 486. Wooo boy, I had the fastests speed demon on the whole campus, with a whopping 64mb of ram.

    Since then, I've owned & built 6 different incarnations with the latest gizmos my money could buy. Now I have a tower monster with 12 cooling fans, and guts that are completely obsolete.

    Welcome to my nightmare. :blackeye:
  2. abe10tiger

    abe10tiger TechSpot Paladin Posts: 789   +16

    Well hienz1, Welcome To Techspot and please enjoy your stay. :)
  3. ravisunny2

    ravisunny2 TS Ambassador Posts: 1,986   +12

    Hi hienz1 :wave:

    Welcome to [​IMG] :grinthumb

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