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Since I've seen plenty of computer related issues as of late, I thought it might be fun to list what type of computer you've got and the specs! You can be as specific as you want!

My computer: Custom Built

  • AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ Windsor 2.4GHz Socket AM2 Processor
  • Foxconn C51XEM2AA- 8EKRS2H Socket AM2 NVIDIA nForce 590 SLI MCP ATX AMD Motherboard
  • SILVERSTONE SST-ST60F ATX 600W Power Supply
  • CORSAIR XMS2 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit
  • Foxconn FV-N795M4D2-OD GeForce 7950GX2 1GB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Video Card
  • Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3320620AS (Perpendicular Recording Technology) 320GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive
  • SAMSUNG 18X DVD±R DVD Burner With 12X DVD-RAM
  • LITE-ON CD Burner (currently not in use)
  • Azenx BT-SC70BBL Red LED PCI Slot Case Cooler
All hooked up to:

  • RAIDMAX Sagitta ATX-921WBP Black/Silver SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
  • Hanns·G HW-192DJB Gloss Black 19" 5ms DVI Widescreen LCD Monitor
  • Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
  • Logitech X-530 70 watts RMS 5.1 Black Speaker System
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Dont quite know as many specs as you guys,

but i have some sort of Hewlett Packard office computer with some cd burning equipment and an extra 75.0 GB hard drive

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Dont quite know as many specs as you guys,

but i have some sort of Hewlett Packard office computer with some cd burning equipment and an extra 75.0 GB hard drive

Go to the My Computer icon and right click on it and go to Properties. This will tell you the type of processor and the speed. It will also tell you what you have for RAM. You can see what sort of video card you have by going to the Display Properties (right click on the desktop and go to Properties or go to the Control Panel), and then go to Settings and under Display it will tell you what type of graphic card you have.

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My computa:

* Intel P4 3.7 Ghz Processor

* Intel D915GEV Motherboard

* CORSAIR CMPSU-620HX ATX12V Power Supply

* 4 GB SDRAM

* GeForce 7950GT 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 HDCP Video Card

* Western Digital Raptor X 150GB, 16MB Cache Serial ATA150 Hard Drive

* ASUS 16X DVD±R DVD Burner with 12X DVD-RAM Write, LightScribe Technology

* Sound Blaster Audigy 4 5.1 Sound Card with Remote

A couple odds and ends:

* Custom Case with Window, Fans, and Cold Cathodes

* LG Flatron 19" Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD Monitor, 5 ms response time, 2000:1 contrast ratio (DVI)

Custom made DVI to Component cable to hook up my TV for the second monitor

* Logitech MX 5000 Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

* Logitech X-530 70 watts RMS 5.1 Black Speaker System

* SD Memory Card Reader

* External 300 GB Maxtor HD

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Laptop:

* Compaq Presario V6105

* Intel Celeron M processor 430, 1.73GHz

* 1 GB DDR2 memory

* 100GB Serial ATA hard drive

* 15.4" WXGA high-definition widescreen display

* Built-in high-speed wireless LAN (802.11b/g)

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Primary (Desktop):

Athlon X2 3800+ Windsor AM2

1GB DDR2-667 RAM

Asus M2N-E Mainboard

Seagate 80GB SATAII Hard Drive

Maxtor 80GB ATA-133 Hard Drive

Hitachi 160GB ATA-100 Hard Drive

BFG nVidia GeForce 7900 GS OC /w 256MB

NEC ND-3550 16X DVD Writer

Onboard Analog Devices SoundMAX

Onboard nVidia Gigabit Ethernet

Silicon Image Sil0680 ATA RAID

Conexant 56k PCI Modem

Antec Sonata II Case

17" MAG XJ700T Trinitron CRT Monitor

Keytronic PS/2 Keyboard (Purchased from UofW Surplus for 27 cents, replaces a $10 Acer keyboard which was plain crap)

Logitech G5 USB Laser Mouse

Altec Lansing 2100 2.1 Speakers

Canon S750 Printer / LiDE20 Scanner

Windows XP Pro

Just got rid of my old Sempron 2300+ (formerly Athlon XP 1800+ until I burnt the CPU), now running on this. I passed the high-end and just went for what I needed. Runs VMWare happily and gets my work done. I replaced my old one just because I can't stand that it crashes all the time. :)

Secondary (Laptop):

Asus M5Ne

Intel Pentium M 1.5GHz Banias

768MB DDR333 RAM

Toshiba 40GB 5400RPM Hard drive

Intel PRO Wireless 2200BG

DVD Combo Drive

12.1" TFT LCD

Windows XP Pro / Ubuntu Linux 6.10

My Lappy. Great worker in class and when power's out. Great for NetStumbling, too.

Tertiary (Server, In Storage):

IBM Thinkpad 240Z

Intel Celeron 500MHz Mendocino

192MB RAM

IBM 10GB Hard Drive

10.4" TFT LCD

PCMCIA CD-ROM/ External Floppy

Ubuntu Linux 6.06

The Veteran. Used to be my primary laptop till the battery died on me twice. Still runs great as a server with an internal 10 min UPS (a.k.a. dead battery). Now it's really a collectible, as IBM-Lenovo doesn't make 10.4" laptops anymore, and at 2.7lbs, still arguably the lightest in its class.

Quaternary (In storage):

IBM Thinkpad A31

Intel Pentium 4 1.6GHz

256MB DDR RAM

30GB Hard Drive

DVD Combo Drive, Floppy

14.1" TFT LCD

Windows XP Pro

Not mine, just a loaner laptop from the company I work for as co-op. We get laptops when we go back to school if we return to the company for the next term. They asked if I wanted the laptop, so why not? Free toy! Last time I returned the laptop with Mac OS X installed on it. :D

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2600+XP socket A 333mhz fsb

1gig ram (mushkin)

x800pro

160gb hitatchi

250gb seagate

dvd burner and another dvd rom

OCZ power supply

thermaltake heatsink

belkin wifi card

logitech headphones or a deh-P4400 (mosfet 50) into 2 bookshelf speakers 50W max each (possible 8" polk sub added sometime)

19" ctx at 12xx X 10xx at 75hz

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I don't know much about computers but I have a 6 year old HP Pavilion 7855 desktop with windows XP professional. Intel Pentium III processor, 996 MHz, and 128 MB ram, whatever all that means. It is attached to a 19 inch IBM flat screen and IBM wireless mouse and keyboard from my old IBM that got killed by a virus. I have an older Tektronix Phaser 350 color laser printer that I just can't part with and a HP photosmart C5180 All in one printer.

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Primary laptop-- Apple MacBook Pro, 2.33ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2Gb memory

backup laptop-- Dell Inspiron 7500 running Win 2k Pro and Red Hat Linux dual-boot

desktop-- Microcenter PowerSpec w/ AMD 2.2 Ghz, 2gb ram, 250gb hard drive

Others in my home office that I don't use much anymore--(these are pretty ancient)

old Dell Dimension desktop #1 running Win 98 and Red Hat Linux dual-boot

old Dell Dimension desktop #2 running Win 98 and SuSE Linux dual-boot

Sun SPARCstation 4 workstation, running SunOS

Sun UltraSPARC workstation, running SunOS

Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop

Though I'm a software architect/engineer by profession and enjoy using computers, I'm not much into computer hardware...I have very rarely opened up my computers for upgrades, etc...

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HP Pavillion, 2.4Ghz Intel P4 processor, 504MB of RAM, running XP Service Pack 2, HP Pavillion mx75 flatscreen monitor, Intel 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller, Realtek AC97 Audio Controller, basically a stock setup, LexMark Z35 printer, nothing too great as far as a computer, but I'm planning on building my own before too aweful long.

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IBM PC XT

DOS 3.30

133 mhz processor

128kb of memory

0kb of hard drive space

1 5.25 floppy drive

Burgundy screen

I'm looking at going to a IBM Personal system 2 model 30 with 256k of memory

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IBM PC XT

DOS 3.30

133 mhz processor

128kb of memory

0kb of hard drive space

1 5.25 floppy drive

Burgundy screen

I'm looking at going to a IBM Personal system 2 model 30 with 256k of memory

you sure you didn't misplace a decimal in that speed.... like maybe 13.3mhz? :lol:
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Well.. I have an eMachines T5212. It has a Pentium D 2.66 GHz dual-core processor, 1024 MB DDR2, 200 GB hard drive, 19" LCD wide-screen monitor, and a CD/DVD+W drive. Thats about as much as I know. :P

Well, at least I can't feel too bad -I thought I was the only one with an eMachine...

Similar to yours, but an AMD, has a Media center, and is using an old Gateway keyboard and mouse and 17 " monitor.

I plan on a 17-19 LCD, and a new keyboard/mouse, but that's it.

This computer is just a temp upgrade...

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A Compaq 6320 that I bought in December 2002.

1.6 Gz Athlon processer.

768 Meg of DDR ram.

60 Gigabyte harddrive.

250 Gigabyte External Western Digital "My Book" harddrive.

A DVD Rom

A CD Writer

Logitech Wireless mouse.

A Nextech Keyboard.

NEC Multisync 97F black monitor.

HP Photosmart D7360 printer.

I added a 4 port USB 2.0 card.

32 megs of shared intergrated video.

Onboard sound which is hooked to my Pioneer Reciever.

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HP Pavillion Slimline w/ Windows XP Media Center Edition

Intel Celeron M 1.7 GHz

1.2 GB of RAM

CD/DVDRW w/ lightscribe

RealTek HD soundcard w/ dolby digital output 7.1 channel sound

250GB hard drive w/ secondary built in hard drive for system recovery

Motorola Surfboard cable modem running a 3 meg cable internet connection

128MB video ram

Boston Acoustic Speakers

Lexmark 4200 series printer/fax/copier

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Toshiba Satellite, Cetrino Mobile processor, 1.76 GHZ, 512 RAM, not sure what else...oh yeah SRS TruSurround Card,built in Wireless LAN, but running Cable Modem with Optimum Online, And Logitech Speakers, have a wireless mouse but could never figure out how to get it to work. It's a real nice laptop, runs a little slow sometimes due to junk and spam, spyware...but the thing is always on either in use or hibernating...I also use it for my job as a AAA dispatcher and have all of my AAA programs and software on here. Aside for the signs of wear on the silver finish coming off near the left click on the mouse and from my hands resting on it as I type....the thing still works good and looks good, has all of it keys intact and I still keep the plastic on the back of the screen to help prevent damage...I've had it about a year and a half and will keep for at least 2-3 more years until the warranty expires and I get sick of the sight of it

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Toshiba Satellite, Cetrino Mobile processor, 1.76 GHZ, 512 RAM, not sure what else...oh yeah SRS TruSurround Card,built in Wireless LAN, but running Cable Modem with Optimum Online, And Logitech Speakers, have a wireless mouse but could never figure out how to get it to work. It's a real nice laptop, runs a little slow sometimes due to junk and spam, spyware...but the thing is always on either in use or hibernating...I also use it for my job as a AAA dispatcher and have all of my AAA programs and software on here. Aside for the signs of wear on the silver finish coming off near the left click on the mouse and from my hands resting on it as I type....the thing still works good and looks good, has all of it keys intact and I still keep the plastic on the back of the screen to help prevent damage...I've had it about a year and a half and will keep for at least 2-3 more years until the warranty expires and I get sick of the sight of it

Do you periodically clear it out with Adaware?

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