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  1. Did you get your downloaded file or iso disk????
  2. Here is what ATT DSL says they are delivering ---- "2. AT&T High Speed Internet Service Description The Service is composed of narrowband or broadband access to the Internet provided by AT&T. The Site, provided by AT&T and Yahoo!, is composed of a broad selection of on-line resources including email, communication tools, forums, shopping services, search services and personalized content and branded programming. Broadband access is provided in speed tiers of: (1) 200 Kbps to 768 Kbps downstream (not available for AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet service), (2) 769 Kbps to 1.5 Mbps downstream; (3) 1.56 Mbps to 3.0 Mbps downstream; (4) 3.1 Mbps to 6.0 Mbps downstream; and (5) 6.1 Mbps to 10.0 Mbps (available only with AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet service) (collectively “Service Capability Speeds”)." I've read the rest and cannot find mention of file size limits. Comcrap seems to be the leader in cheating their customers...
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    I downloaded it from the Utah site last night between 11:45PM and 2:08AM ----- Came in all in one piece.
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  5. A cpu clip is very secure -- it needs human assistance to get it loose... If it stayed on long enough to get shipped from the factory -- then it was on there for good. There is a plastic ear on the cpu socket to hook the fan and cooler onto -- make sure the ear is in good condition...
  6. Do you have the W-XP -- operating system disc from the manufacturer?
  7. Can you keep it logged -on in a different account, and only allow access to the files that are needed ? Just a suggestion....
  8. Try 'control-alt-delete' and see where the computers resources are being used. The task manager is handy for this.. Your computer may be sending e-mail out and not telling you----- ???
  9. Something downloaded onto your computer and changed your browser settings ---- Try a on-line virus scan to begin with...
  10. Try this link--- http://ps3.ign.com/
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