Upgrades...

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Quartersndimes, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. Quartersndimes

    Quartersndimes Complete Genius. . .

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    Would a windows xp kill my 37gb p3 processor?
     
  2. ray_gillespie

    ray_gillespie Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    Are you just really bored or something?
     
  3. epk

    epk Moderator Political User Folding Team

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    yes... u should stick to windows me, since it works so good for u...



    btw, did the "dell costs 3 times more" salesperson recommend that cpu?


    ok im done :p
     
  4. fitz

    fitz Just Floating Along Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    *shrug* maybe he just has an old machine/parts laying around... seeing how in another post he mentioned he was running a P4
     
  5. Quartersndimes

    Quartersndimes Complete Genius. . .

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    sorry... i have windows 2k and Me, and i meant P4. and no im not realy bored...
     
  6. fitz

    fitz Just Floating Along Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    from your other thread where you said it was a P4:
    Make up your mind.. if you do not stop, you will be banned. Please consider yourself warned.

    edit:
    If you want to know if your computer will run XP, I would suggest starting with the minimum requirements on Microsoft's site.

    In the mean time, please don't ask for free things while at the same time talk about buying or building a new higher-end computer. Those are mutually exclusive things - if you have money to buy/build a new higher end computer, then use that money to buy a machine to do both, or buy two new ones that will do the job.

    Again, consider yourself warned.
     
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