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  • Birthday 05/26/1950

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  1. bigjim So do you not think providing stinger missiles to the "Freedom Fighters" in Afghanistan in the 80's to shot down MI24's was not a form of bounty on Soviet Military personnel? The only difference is it was technology not cash being used. I was stationed in Afghanistan at the Embassy when the Soviets invaded. I know who we paid and what we paid them with. The word bounty is being used for it's political value. Afghanistan is and was not our Father's War. Dennis
  2. Thanks RV I already use a 16GB thumb drive for each laptop. I was just looking to find out your thoughts on creating a new one with the Windows 2004 build installed? Not that big of a deal. Dennis
  3. Thanks Darryl No hesitation just not sure if I need to or not. Dennis
  4. Really No one thinks that with the new Windows 2004 build you should make a new repair/recovery disk? Dennis
  5. Ok I created new system image backups for both laptops today. With the 2004 build for windows 10 on both laptops now do I need to create repair/recover disks now? Dennis
  6. I can remember upgrading in 1988 a IBM 8088 that my wife's company upgraded from and gave to her which came with two 5.25 inch floppies. I removed 1 of the 5.25 floppies and replaced it with a half height 3.5 in floppy and a half height 10 Mg hard drive thinking I would never fill that baby up. Man was I wrong. I also installed a 2400 baud Modem thinking I was in the tall cotton then. I may have upgrade from 128mg to 512mg of Ram but I don't remember for sure. Dennis
  7. How many miles would be nice to know? Which transmission? Dennis
  8. I figured it out
  9. The 2004 version came out for the DW's ACER laptop and I upgraded to it yesterday with no problems. It was already installed on my HP laptop again I have had no problems with it. It did take 4 hours or so on the ACER to complete. Dennis
  10. The 2004 upgrade/update went down last night without any problems on my HP laptop. It did take forever but working great this morning. Dennis
  11. Does anyone see a problem with AARIS Surfboard Modem/Routers? Are these generally considered good units? Dennis
  12. Ok Guys thanks for the input. I am changing my recommendation to the following and I look forward to your suggestions as to my choice. ARRIS Surfoard SBG 8300 DOCSIS 3.1 Gigabit Cable Moden & AC2350 Dual Band WiFi Router. Approved for Cox and Ifinity. Plus it is cheaper than the C7800 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07M9J3XW2?tag=techiepassion-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1 Dennis
  13. I have but decided it worked best for Katy keeping it as simple as possible with 1 combo unit. It will take a little longer to pay for itself by getting the Netgear C7800 but I think in the long run it will work out better for her. Dennis
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