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    ----CURRENT COMPUTER---- Toshiba Laptop Satellite P205-S6337 ----OLD COMPUTER---- Barton 2500+ Biostar M7NCD Pro Radeon 9800 Pro 128 Mb 256 DDR Ram 40 gig HD 48x cdrw/16x DVD
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  1. Hey guys (and gals), I've been having trouble with my D-Link WBR-1310 continually dropping the connections of wireless devices that are connected to it (a laptop running XP, my iPod Touch) and occasionally stopping throughput with my wired Vista Laptop. It is has the A1 hardware and is running the firmware version 1.4. This didn't happen before, if I recall correctly, but I think that's because we didn't have security on the router (now we're using WPA2 encryption) and all of the settings were default. I've searched over the internet briefly, but to no avail, so I'm hoping that maybe some
  2. the speed of the DSL depends on how close you live to the provider...so if you live close, and the price is right, then DSL would probably be the better choice. BUT, if you live farther away...and are still looking for very good performance, cable is always fast, no matter where you live. so if the price was good for the cable, then that may be the better buy. you will have to do some research into this on your own to decide which is better for you hope this helped
  3. I still run it occasionally on my Pentium 150mhz machine 40mb ram lol but it gets no where fast
  4. but that's every one who has ever done seti...its the current users that count, not people like me, who have done it and stopped
  5. can you oc her jus a lil bit? maybe that'll help it go down sooner
  6. I'm pretty sure they are correct...they are the latest from nvidia... http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?i...8MXKWWEA0NS9P33 that's a test w/ 2000pro on the same machine....maybe somebody else will find something I didn't edit: the mobo is a biostar m7ncd pro if you wanted to know
  7. http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?i...AB3KWD9DNNS4033
  8. none of the above...I've checked all of the obvious things to check...I have no idea what it has to do with...and its not folding either
  9. nope, it didn't solve the problem....and I know its not a hardware problem (I've checked it with another os) but I'm still at a loss....thanks for the help with the registry cleaner, tho
  10. Thank you Tommy....maybe this will solve my 100% cpu usage problem (*crosses fingers*) I downloaded the trial version of RegVac from PC World, so far so good
  11. ur fine...don't worry about it...you're a great member
  12. What does a registry cleaner do? Is it safe to use? any info on this would be helpful ~Tim
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