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    Thumbs up So lady <@> how does my new puter s*ck?

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    Default Re: So lady <@> how does my new puter s*ck?

    56Kbps Data/Fax Modem for dial-up Internet access
    Is very, very slow...Does it not have a ethernet port?...I'm pretty sure it does, amost all new boxes do.

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    Default Re: So lady <@> how does my new puter s*ck?

    The power of the actual pc seems to be ok, 3500+ processors are a must to play all the latest games and such like.

    The modem is quite slow as Voda says. Most new pc's now come with an ethernet board included which would be much better than dial up.

    Good amount of space on the hard drive too and should keep your files safe being a SATA drive which tend to be quite reliable.

    Windows Vista? Not sure on this myself.Although the newest anmd most stable windows, i've heard that many people have got fed up with it already and uninstalled it from their pc.
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