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NNPC DIRECT by [email protected]
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May 27th 18 10:26 AM
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AMD 5x86-133 vs. Cyrix 5x86-120 by [email protected]
My [email protected] is still working 21 years later. If op is still alive hopefully this answers the longevity questions :).
October 25th 17 08:05 AM
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Evergreen 586/133 now uses AMD 5x86 by [email protected]
On Saturday, October 5, 1996 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, richard kaplan wrote: In article , (Lion King) wrote: I have noticed several posts recently stating that Evergreen uses a Cyrix 586/133 in their 586/133 upgrade kit. However, I noticed ...
October 24th 17 02:22 AM
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CW417404 memory chips by [email protected]
I have 2x 16MB (capacity confirmed on a P1 board) memory modules with these chips. Each has 16 pieces. So one chip would be 1Mx4bit. The module itself is clearly marked as EDO.
June 13th 16 08:12 PM
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virus removal AMI BIOS 3.2 by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
On 15/04/2015 11:49 AM, Max Pallas wrote: any ideas how i can remove a suspected virus from the BIOS of a 486 pc? thanks regards Viruses don't get into the BIOS. There's no way to remove something that cannot happen in the first place.
April 21st 15 12:06 PM
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Does each core of 4-core Intel processor has an independent floatingX87 unit? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
On 03/04/2015 1:51 AM, Weng Tianxiang wrote: Hi, Does each core of 4-core Intel processor has an independent floating X87 unit? Thank you. Yes, each physical core does, but each Hyperthreaded virtual core does not. Yousuf Khan
April 21st 15 06:18 AM
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Transcendental floating point functions are now unfixably brokenon Intel processors by [email protected]
On Friday, October 10, 2014 at 6:58:43 AM UTC-4, Yousuf Khan wrote: " This error has tragically become un-fixable because of the compatibility requirements from one generation to the next. The fix for this problem was figured out quite a long time ago. In the excellent paper The K5...
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February 1st 15 12:22 AM
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Any currently produced MB that do NOT come with by Shadow[_2_]
a TPM chip and has a classic BIOS option ? Windows XP/Debian stable 32 bit I'm using an ASUS K8V-MX, does everything I need, but is a bit slow on video processing .... and some of the capacitors look a bit bloated. Prefer Asus .... easier to find where I live. TIA 's
January 26th 15 06:11 PM
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Overclocking DX33 to DX66 by [email protected]
On Thursday, October 12, 1995 8:00:00 AM UTC+1, Peter Cichowicz wrote: Hi there I am thinking of overclocking my 486DX33 to 486DX66 What problems am I going to have ... Txs In the spirit of aiming for the oldest necro ever. I'm replying to my own thread...
May 11th 14 09:23 AM
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How many x86 instructions? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
I was asked this question recently, and I just realized that I really don't know the answer to this. I may have known at one time, but I don't anymore, as things have moved on since I last used to do assembly programming. How many instructions are there in modern x86 processors? These days it...
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April 26th 14 11:29 AM
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Looking for oldschool mother board by [email protected]
Hi, I got a broken old pc. It is a challange to fix it for me. There is a hdd with an unix system and with a special software. it is a parth of a machine for industry. It seems taht thw sw is connected with a hardware on the computer. I am looking for details information about this...
July 3rd 13 05:56 AM
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The end of the road for the DIY PC? by Alexander Schreiber
geoff wrote: The motherboard industry could cook up a flexible solution all on their own. ... but MB manufacturers usually work from reference hardware put out by Intel/AMD/etc. Would they be willing to produce items not covered in the reference? What does...
March 20th 13 10:28 AM
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Powerline Ethernet, inconsistent performance by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Okay, here's an update on the situation. I pulled the Powerline adapter from the location it's been in for years, and put into a different power plug location a little further away. Fixed the issue instantly! Now I've gone from 5Mbps back upto over 100Mbps again! Just had to reposition the the...
October 8th 12 03:45 AM
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why is this group so bad? by Joe Pfeiffer
If there is anybody still reading this newsgroup, do you have any idea why it seems to be so much worse than any other I've encountered for spam hawking illegal crap?
September 8th 12 04:42 AM
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JESUS IS LORD! by [email protected]
On Friday, July 13, 2012 6:29:34 AM UTC+9:30, Godof Glory wrote: JESUS IS LORD, and believe in your heart that GOD raised HIM from the dead, thou shalt be saved, and thy house.(cf. THE HOLY BIBLE: ROMANS 10:9 and ACTS 16:31b) Have you received THE LORD GOD OF ISRAEL’S MOST...
September 6th 12 01:57 PM
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Bit of a historical question: MS-DOS by J. P. Gilliver (John)
In message , R. C. White writes: Hi, John. Actually, is there _any_ email software (XP, 7, or even '9x) that stores each email as a separate real file? (In real folders/directories?) Yes! As pointed out by...
June 8th 12 05:00 AM
by Gene Wirchenko Go to last post
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How to make super-strong, easy to remember passwords by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
I found this article and its calculator quite the revelation. One thing that prevents most people from making super-strong passwords is that it would be hard to remember them. So what if they weren't hard to remember? To summarize this article, it just says don't worry about making your...
May 22nd 12 03:30 PM
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May 9th 12 07:08 AM
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From the crest of Olivet... by E Bmums
"From the crest of Olivet, Jesus looked upon Jerusalem. Fair and peaceful was the scene spread out before Him. It was the season of the Passover, and from all lands the children of Jacob had gathered there to celebrate the great national festival. In the midst of gardens and vineyards, and...
April 28th 12 11:13 PM
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Disappointing upgrade: Sempron 2200+ -- Phenom II 4X 840 by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
On 05/01/2012 4:10 PM, SC Tom wrote: "DK" wrote in message ... In article , Paul wrote: This CPU driver is for WinXP. I would expect Vista or Win7 to already have...
January 12th 12 12:41 AM
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