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    I wish the Chrome OS Notebook pilot program wasn't just for the US :sad:
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    Browsing TSR on an iPhone, I get loads of ads for Chrome for Mac. :erm: User agent fail?
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    Can non-subs see which posts you've pos/neg repped? Curious because I went on a rep spree last night. :teehee:
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    Can non-subs see which posts you've pos/neg repped? Curious because I went on a rep spree last night. :teehee:
    As in see you repped them? Nope. As in see the link to the post which was repped? Yup.

    You madman.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    As in see you repped them? Nope. As in see the link to the post which was repped? Yup.

    You madman.
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    *sigh* One problem after another....

    Hai giuse, I've been inactive on the forums recently, because pcspecialist.co.uk hardware is crapping out on me ( yet again, see previous posts by me in thread), and I have had a string of defective motherboards that they keep replacing to fix the charging circuit on the board. This has been going on since the end of July.

    The good news is that they've finally fixed the charging issue. The bad news is that they've somehow managed to break the wireless card. the card is not being detected by either Windows or Mint, and I've not got any screwdrivers small enough to take the thing apart myself to check it's all connected properly to the motherboard.

    Waiting to hear back from them to see what they can do, and I hope that they offer a refund on the parts we purchased from them so I can buy a new machine from somewhere else.
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    (Original post by Tathrim)
    *sigh* One problem after another....

    Hai giuse, I've been inactive on the forums recently, because pcspecialist.co.uk hardware is crapping out on me ( yet again, see previous posts by me in thread), and I have had a string of defective motherboards that they keep replacing to fix the charging circuit on the board. This has been going on since the end of July.

    The good news is that they've finally fixed the charging issue. The bad news is that they've somehow managed to break the wireless card. the card is not being detected by either Windows or Mint, and I've not got any screwdrivers small enough to take the thing apart myself to check it's all connected properly to the motherboard.

    Waiting to hear back from them to see what they can do, and I hope that they offer a refund on the parts we purchased from them so I can buy a new machine from somewhere else.
    You don't need any screw drivers to check if things are properly secured.

    To open the case, should just be 2 thumb screws.

    Another reason, why you should build computers yourself.
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
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    At least you don't have an exam in <3hrs.

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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    At least you don't have an exam in &lt;3hrs.

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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    You don't need any screw drivers to check if things are properly secured.

    To open the case, should just be 2 thumb screws.

    Another reason, why you should build computers yourself.

    It's a laptop. The portability was useful for school use.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    I was in Dalhousie Lecture Hall 3 for 2pm exam. :teehee:
    I was in Accountancy LT. :sigh:

    Wasn't the best or the worst exam ever, but bad memories form last year. :moon:
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    Guys check out this flash game. It's got an accurate implementation of troll physics.
    http://spongebob.nick-asia.com/en/ga...t_o_cross.html
    Good luck getting past the first level
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    Guys check out this flash game. It's got an accurate implementation of troll physics.
    http://spongebob.nick-asia.com/en/ga...t_o_cross.html
    Good luck getting past the first level
    Boom, done.

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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    Guys check out this flash game. It's got an accurate implementation of troll physics.
    http://spongebob.nick-asia.com/en/ga...t_o_cross.html
    Good luck getting past the first level

    aghghghghghghghghgh.


    I bounced off of the flag got stuck vertically then fell backwards and died.
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    Guys check out this flash game. It's got an accurate implementation of troll physics.
    http://spongebob.nick-asia.com/en/ga...t_o_cross.html
    Good luck getting past the first level
    lol :lolwut: can't believe the rating on that game too
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    Boom, done.

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    How many attempts was that? Did you have a go at level 2?
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    :eek:
    How many attempts was that? Did you have a go at level 2?
    He's a pro at kids games.
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    :eek:
    How many attempts was that? Did you have a go at level 2?
    About 3? I couldn't get over the yellow thing there.

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    I did the numerical test for DB, it was really hard. :emo:
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    I did the numerical test for DB, it was really hard. :emo:
    A practice?
 
 
 
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