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you will pass me soon enough, bu tno matter, i am after WEEVIL who defeated me during the race to 10k. that bastard! I WILL HAVE MY REVENGE! MUHUAHAHAHHAA
YOU HEAR ME WEEVILOFDOOM? THIS IS A CHALLENGE TO 30K!
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my milestone is an extra 5 pc's soon to be added to the folding network, i think im gonna work it out 3 for renold group and 2 for devfolding... im knackered at the moment cos i just carried 5 pc's and 5 - 21" monitors up 3 flights of stairs so these pc's had better be worth it!!!
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Originally Posted by tejas
Finally, finally, finally.
Stuff is supposed to arrive here the day after tomorrow... NewEgg kicks ass when it come to getting shipment out the foor. Why pay for three day shipping when NewEgg will get it to you in 3 or 4 days anyway??
On a side note, I finally wiped out my useless OpenBSD install for Win98SE, and I've found that I really despise Win98SE. Can't get the darned thing to connect to the internet. First it claims there's an onboard modem that it can't find drivers for; no onboard modem exists. I had to try to find drivers for the old Aztech ATS-260 for Win98; registered at driverguide just to get access to some drivers that were not rated highly. The readme in the package was for windows 95, but I tried it anyway. I quickly found that the driver Windows was trying to install and the one I provided were the same name, but it dones't matter if they're different versions, both end up saying that Windows couldn't install a 33.6Kbps external fax modem. Yes, that's right, when I selected 'PCI Communication Device' on the Find New Hardware dialog, it wanted to try to install an external fax modem. Must be using that new-fangled external PCI....
Then I searched around for the driver disc for my external modem, and finally got it to install. The disk installed okay, but using the modem didn't work. Every other time I'd get a message about not finding the modem (the modem that it had just detected and set up at boot...). So I'm srewed there, I wanted to get that box finally folding. Not only can I clcok it 50MHz faster than this one, it has SSE. Wow!
So I may just put that old box again as I'll be more concerned with the new one...
Ohhh yeah, hit 20k a while ago, I'm up to like 21300 now or something. In one of my dry spells, kind of expecting to get quite a few WUs turned in in fairly short order now.