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Author:  jumper918 [ Sun Feb 20, 2011 4:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: New Laptop - any suggestions?

Found a great Australian supplier (for any Aussies's here), MLN. Just got the Belkin PlayMax router (for under $200AUD) and am now getting much better internet speed.

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Instead of 4-5mbs on both wireless and Ethernet I'm getting 10-12mbs wireless and 17mbs+ on the Ethernet on the DM3. Finally got a perfect system. Only thing is upload speed. Any ways to maximize upload? Or is >1mbs normal?

Author:  dasiydee [ Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:21 am ]
Post subject:  desktop service | desktops

Had my Toshiba L500 give out on me about a month ago and as it is out of warranty (by around a week when it died),
it will cost more than I paid for it in the first place to replace the motherboard, RAM, and CPU etc. It was
caused by my mistake of leaving it on on a 47*c day.

Well i like Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 13


Ended up getting a bargain on the HP Pavilion DM3 (Core 2 Duo, 13" Screen, 512mb nvidea graphics, 4gb ram and a 320gb 7200rpm HD) for $579.

Author:  arnaudnorgdegren [ Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:57 am ]
Post subject:  Re: New Laptop - any suggestions?

randomchaos wrote:
@ jumper918 - When I bought my Acer tower last year I made the recovery discs when I first started using it but I also had the option to make a completely SEPERATE disc for all the drivers for the bloatware. I found this useful because some of the bloatware that came with my tower was ACTUALLY "useful". The seperate disc I made for the bloatware drivers came with checkboxes, so I could "pick and choose" which apps I could install again if I so chose to do so. [The ones I found useful were free video/audio converters] - It was good to have the bloatware disc seperate from the OS recovery discs ....... hope you've made your recovery discs by the way ....!?! ;)
Nice choice of laptop you got there too! :)




thanks for the info..... :thumbup:

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