Monthly Archives: March 2011

Intel cpu

UPDATE – This could/should read * Intel® Core™2 Duo Mobile Processor * (T series vs L series) – more specifically the cpu onboard potential purchases on ebay. Google search – T7500(2.2GHz) – Google search – T2400 (1.83GHz) – Google search … Continue reading

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p42.us

The chief cause of problems is solutions (so true) – http://p42.us/ – todays quip = Better a cruel truth than a comfortable delusion. — Edward Abbey Thanks to a recent visitor, I came across an old post on grdblog – … Continue reading

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format using diskpart

STEP-BY-STEP: – #1: – Start cmd.exe with administrator privileges, … #2: – TYPE – diskpart #3: – TYPE – list disk #4: – TYPE – select disk 1 Select the disk-number (1 in this case) appropriate to the disk requiring … Continue reading

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What is Fat Channel?

Google Search – fat channel intolerant – PROBLEM – Laptop, Lenovo r61 (window7 64bit) wifi, is not connecting, or behaving the way it should. Poking around various configuration of the Intel-mobile-chip > 4965AGN – and exploring what might be the … Continue reading

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Standardized, Interchangeable Parts

TOPIC – Standardized, Interchangeable Parts – This interchangeability allows easy assembly of new devices, and easier repair of existing devices, while minimizing both the time and skill required of the person doing the assembly or repair. ~ (Sounds good, … … Continue reading

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dodgy house price index

[THIS QUOTED TEXT – From http://www.moneymorning.com.au ] But still the property gurus want you to think it’s still a good time to buy. Look, I’ll take anecdotal evidence and real stories from people trying to sell their houses, plus what … Continue reading

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