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    mes5u5
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    if you have any computer trouble, ask me here. i am a computer guru waiting for someone to help.


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    Right on - always nice to have a guru!
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    im an xp-erienced computer user too!



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    §ereña
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    i was thinking about a help forum, (i think i posted it up too), for people mes5u5 and agent doan can help people with any sort of technical trouble ranging from email, computer HW & SW, midi's, instruments, mobile phone rings and so forth and so forth.

    What do u reckon?

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    Yeah!... this board is fine but maybe a little more sub-division of topics is in order, e.g. Computer evaluations (s/w + h/w) and Computer help.... anyway, you guys know what the traffic on this board is, so it's up to you.

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    Oh.... and by the way... I don't mind helping out with computer probs either. With 20yrs+ in the buis I don't call myself a computer guru but maybe geek or nurd is OK...

    Notice how I split my response over two replies to get the extra bucks. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

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    I am good with computer hard-ware (the actuall system its self) so if you have any probs. you can PM me too. or if you have AOL send a message to screen name "advancedflea"



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    dondiablo
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    Re: computer trouble?

    I faced the same problem a week ago, I restarted my laptop, it said "unknown filesystem" "Grub Rescue" and I was unable to proceed. I found a solution on this site https://www.techinweb.com/3-solution...n-grub-rescue/ . After examining the cause of the problem, I found out that the bootloader (GRUB) does not exist on this partition. With the help of this site, I was able to test and repair my partitions and MBR using it.



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    logov.andrey
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    Re: computer trouble?

    Don't know how to completely remove AMD, NVIDIA, INTEL video card drivers from the system? Display Driver Uninstaller will help you with this.
    Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) completely removes video card drivers from the system, including their entries in the registry, files and folders, and registration keys. DDU removes video card drivers from AMD, NVIDIA, Intel. In the arsenal of the utility there are many advanced functions and useful settings: various uninstallation options: "with reboot", "without reboot", "with turning off the PC" (to install a new video card); creating a system restore point before deleting; deleting / saving the root folder with drivers; deleting / saving existing monitors; creating and saving log files in the program folder; correct removal or preservation of additional software installed with the drivers.
    You can download Display Driver Uninstaller on the official website: display-driver-uninstaller.com



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    Qwezysse
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    Re: computer trouble?

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    I'm looking for a monitor for my computer



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    Creamenson
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    Re: Re: computer trouble?

    Hello everyone. I already have a monitor, but I want to buy a second one to watch the series and work productively. I found an interesting article best vertical monitor that helped me figure out the choice. I still decided on the choice of ASUS.



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