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    2.66 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Processor 512 MB DDR SDRAM memory 120 GB Ultra DMA hard drive NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX 440 AGP 8x graphics card with 64 mb DDR memory and TV-out CD-RW Drive 48x12x28x max. speed DVD-ROM drive 16x max. speed Windows XP Home Edition hp pavilion a255c
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  1. mpfeif101

    Ubuntu 5.04

    Yeah, it should have been SuSe! I think a lot of people really like Ubuntu though, and I have to admit, the Gnome looks great on it.
  2. Thanks, I have an hp psc 1350 all in one and the default scanning software it comes with. Do you have any ideas for which model I should get?
  3. Hi there At my house there is a network of 4 computers, all wired to a router next to one computer. The computers are pretty spread out throughout the house and the ethernet cable is in the wall to connect all the computers. Anyway, there is a printer connected to my computer, and I've set it up to be shared and all, but I want to be able to have other printers print to it while it's offline; thus the network print server. This is not my area of expertise so I want to ask a few questions 1. As my printer is so far away from the router, I doubt I can connect the printer server all the way from my router to my printer. So, what should do? Where my ethernet cable comes out from the wall next to my computer, should I add another router? Or is there an easier way? 2. I read that there are two different types: parallel and usb. My computer is currently connected to the printer with USB, so does that mean I need usb? What's the difference between them and is one better? 3. I read that you need to make sure to get a printer server compatible with your printer. Are the printer servers very printer specific? 4. The printer I have is also a scanner... will I still be able to scan pictures to my computer if it is plugged into the network instead of the computer? Thanks, Matt
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