Computer Hardware Problems (Free Self Help Computer Repair Advice) <![CDATA[Comuter update?]]> Wed, 10 Aug 2011 00:40:34 GMT <![CDATA[Is this enough space for the xbox 360?]]>
Alone on the shelf you should have aprox 8 in clearance above, as for the side, I would opt to offset center placement slightly, allowing for 2 inches on the left side and the remaining 5 inches on the right side (the side with the large ventilation grill).

Keep an eye on  it for the first week or so and if it is still getting too warm you can always place a small fan on the shelf to draw airflow from the front to back of the shelf.

All in all I'd say you will be fine.
Sun, 17 Jul 2011 22:40:12 GMT
<![CDATA[Is this enough space for the xbox 360?]]>

Sun, 17 Jul 2011 20:27:40 GMT
<![CDATA[This was a fake post to spam link building]]>
To all others: This is a legitimate help forum which I run for free at my own expense. I am happy to help anyone out with a computer issue, but have ZERO TOLERANCE for any attempt to place spam on this site.

I may seem harsh, but that's the way it is.
Sat, 18 Jun 2011 01:36:52 GMT
<![CDATA[This was a fake post to spam link building]]> Its a really light scratch across the entire screen. I cannot believe this happened. I had a screen protector but it was too thick with the iPad and I took it off while I waited to get a new one. In the mean time it got scratched. I didn't drop it or anything, and it was in 2 cases.

If I put a screen protector on now will it make the scratch non apparent?
Should I call Zagg? Is there anything they will do? They said the case would PROTECT the screen not scratch it?
I've only had the apple for a couple of weeks, will apple do anything?

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:P  :squi:  Clever boy, but not clever enough, this is a legitimate help forum.

Carefully crafted POSTs to try and link build for your lame marketing attempt is PROHIBITED

All the links you tried to match to this non-existent problem have been removed.
Don't waste my time!!!!  :-x  ;-D
Sat, 18 Jun 2011 00:26:16 GMT
<![CDATA[Comuter update?]]> ]]> Sat, 27 Nov 2010 22:36:52 GMT <![CDATA[Computer repair ads are not allowed in this area]]> ATEMPT TO SPAM USING MULTIPLE POSTS  :-x
Mon, 04 Oct 2010 07:16:38 GMT
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INDIA: Give it up... This forum is for offering and providing FREE support, not for advertising your paid support. All locations not iin the US are auto traced and logged!

Stop posting ADs in this forum for paid support, you are wasting your time and mine as I will delete them and eventually BAN your country all together.

I have no concern for INDIA as it is.. Even at your cut throat prices your workmanship is extremely poo,. Your countries reputation has already begun to suffer, even PayPal froze your accounts a while back for questionable actions.

Peddle your spam elsewhere.

As a programmer I make a living off of cleaning up the enterprise sites you have jacked up so thoroughly...

AGAIN...This forum is for FREE support[url=http://#][/url][url=]
Tue, 30 Mar 2010 03:50:52 GMT
<![CDATA[Comuter update?]]>
Hulu is free and Netflix can be thoroughly enjoyed with one of their minimal accounts at $8.95 mo.
I've been using both for months now. I am able to watch all my usual programs like Lost and Heroes on demand (the new episodes are usually available the day after they aire on commercial TV), the commercials are extremely short (about 30 sec as opposed to 5 min with regular CATV).
2 months ago I ran an HDMI from my PC to out BigScreen in theliving room and now enjoy saving almost $80 a month that we were paying to the cable company.

I had some 1 month free certificates for netflix but I gave them all away, I will post it here next time I get some more in for anyone who is interested in trying it.
Hulu is always free though so give it a try if you haven't...

<SLAP!> Off Topic  heheh  Sorry I just really like those services as you can tell.

Glad your upgrades went well, I thought they would, I have been using a similar MSI board for the last year. I've built about a dozen PCs using MSI motherboards and have been please with their balance of good preformance, reliablility and price.

Once again you are welcome, tell your friends about us.

Wed, 04 Nov 2009 09:11:50 GMT
<![CDATA[Comuter update?]]> You where right on the video card. I knew that my board was PCI, but when I ordered the card I over looked the e in back of PCI. I ordered a XFX HD4650 for the AGP slot and everything is working just fine.
With the CPU, RAM, and video card update, I feel like I have a new computer. I upgraded to Dell 22" monitor a year ago (I run 1680x1050 resolution). I'm all set for a long winter of gaming.
Thank you very much for all your help!]]>
Tue, 03 Nov 2009 16:55:15 GMT