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  1. Ok, so, a few nights ago I put windows 7 on my XP rig. It's one of my older rigs and have had it for about 6 years. However I've had an emachine (used for testing files) older than that but still works. It's been put through more crap than any of my computers, so when my friend said that the rigs got faulty hardware I couldn't believe him. Back to the story, I put windows 7 on it and it started having problems connecting to the internet (like it would connect for a few minutes then disconnect). In hopes that win7 was just being a pain in the :filtered:, I installed winxp back. After doing so I
  2. I have been trying to download and update for my NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 video driver. My internet is very inconsistent and the download will stop in the middle and be corrupted. I am currently using HughesNet as my ISP. Is there a way to have magnet links so I will be able to download completely at some point from 1-5 AM?
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