thanks czar and poopy, but alas my windows is so stripped down that I don't have remote desktop, so I'll be looking at yours czar, and I'll revise my next install to include remote desktop, which seems simple to use, I can use my crappy win 95 laptop to do that I think.
So I'm a kid in school who likes to compute, and I run 2 computers at home, one Win XP(The one below) and a weaker linux machine running debian. Our school has lots of linux terminals so I regular ssh into my linux box at home and keep stuff downloading, download new stuff, etc.
For cheap overclocking, here are my two setups, Intel and AMD
A note though, I haven't been much of a computer maker for a while and I don't know much about the new 64bit stuff, but it is my opinion that not enough stuff supports it to make it worthwhile.
Barton 2500+(Easy overclock...
Well thats one from my day and age. Thats also a pretty hard thing to find, I think at this point in time it would be easier to get a new processor and mobo, you're being limited not only by your motherboard but also your processor.
So I couldn't find the appropriate forum for this, I have had no sleep in 36 hours, but I just got back from a LAN party, my computer was woking fine there, and when I got back home set it up turned it on it booted up fans started spinning then it just turned off but the power LED stayed on...
First I want to know, is this true or false:
A Hub/switch is to a wired network as a access point is to a wireless network, correct?
Also, Here is my story:
I've got a SMC Barricade DSL Modem/Router and a Linksys WRT54G wireless modem. A month ago they were working fine now the router has...