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Date: 2001-03-27 20:25
Subject: Arg!
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Well my Linux box is dead. I think the power supply or the switch on the case is dead because it will not power on. I don't think it is the mobo because it has been very dependable. I sometimes wish I still used the old computer. Seems like it was more dependable then my system now. Need to ask my friend dip if he still has his mini case =).
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User: (Anonymous)
Date: 2001-03-27 22:27 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Sorry to hear that, Dan. I had similar problems some time ago. It was my RAM then. I must admit that hardware problems are really irritating (sometimes you can't do much else than replacing stuff).
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2001-03-27 22:33 (UTC)
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Well I know it isn't the RAM because it won't even power on without it! Thanks though..
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User: (Anonymous)
Date: 2001-03-27 22:55 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Actually I didn't write that thinking of a reason [I guess there are far too many to guess like that] :-) But if you are talking about RAM - it would [at least - could]! Trust me. It all depends. In my case it did power on for one or two seconds, yet "not enough" to power on the screen [I guess there were no messages anyway]. Several times I even managed to start the system [!]. Result? Damaged main linux native partition. No, I wasn't happy :-)

A short explanation note: I'm not a 'pro' as far as hardware stuff is concerned and I'm not a smart-ass here. If I sounded like one be indulgent :-)
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Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory. Lasts forever
User: dangarion
Date: 2001-03-27 23:24 (UTC)
Subject: Re:
Yeah I know it can =). I was just explaining what happen. Don't worry bout it I don't think you are being a smart-ass =).
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