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baker_nat
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posted January 08, 2002 07:39     Click Here to See the Profile for baker_nat   Click Here to Email baker_nat     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
What is the most stupid thing you have ever done concerning the computer?

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annie
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posted January 08, 2002 08:20     Click Here to See the Profile for annie   Click Here to Email annie     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Probably install any product coming from Microsoft.
That would be the most stupid. I've done lots of other dumb things, but too many to recount here.

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Steen
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posted January 08, 2002 08:27     Click Here to See the Profile for Steen   Click Here to Email Steen     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Selling my old Amiga 1000 was the stupidest thing I ever did with a computer. I miss some of those programs way more than I ever thought I would

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homesalad
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posted January 08, 2002 12:06     Click Here to See the Profile for homesalad   Click Here to Email homesalad     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Steen:
Selling my old Amiga 1000 was the stupidest thing I ever did with a computer. I miss some of those programs way more than I ever thought I would

Yeah, my dad still uses the A3000. Even though my parents have a new G4 tower, he refuses to learn how to use it.

Stupidest thing I've ever done to my computer? I accidentaly deleted the root user once. Not sure how I did it, but it messed it up pretty good.

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Tau Zero
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posted January 08, 2002 12:49     Click Here to See the Profile for Tau Zero     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Forgot my root password.

(Fortunately, I know enough to be able to mount the root filesystem after booting off the rescue floppies and edit the password file to recover myself.)

I suppose it helps that our "admin" left the company I worked for and didn't bother leaving the passwords for two Unix systems, and I was given the job of getting control back.  After carefully scanning for security backdoors (and finding them), I recovered root authority on both machines.

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+Andrew
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posted January 08, 2002 13:04     Click Here to See the Profile for +Andrew   Click Here to Email +Andrew     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A few years back, while installing a beta of Win2K, I decided to re-partition the wrong hard drive and wiped out my main Linux install instead of the junk partitions on the drive I meant to use. Didn't lose anything of particular value, but plenty of files that I'd like to still have.

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ZorroTheFox
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posted January 08, 2002 15:26     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Asked the salesman if he thought it was an adequate computer for My needs........Z

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Evilbunny
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posted January 09, 2002 14:00     Click Here to See the Profile for Evilbunny   Click Here to Email Evilbunny     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
When I first got a job building websites for the Mayor in 8th grade, I kept moving the mouse around to turn off the screensaver. Turns out the computer wasn't on in the first place!

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Zwilnik
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posted January 09, 2002 14:03     Click Here to See the Profile for Zwilnik     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I once printed a "THINK" poster like IBM's old slogan to inspire myself in my bedroom coder days. After carefully printing it out (about an hour on Print Shop on my Apple ][ and dot matrix printer) and pinning it up on the wall I stepped back and saw I'd pinned it up upside down

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mephisto
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posted January 09, 2002 14:19     Click Here to See the Profile for mephisto   Click Here to Email mephisto     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Moved away from the console based Free-BSD to a more gui based redhat.....
Its sorta like de-evolving. Like going from being Homo Sapiens Sapiens to
Don't even know why i did it in the first place. Now, i sometimes miss the GUI....gui indeed, true UNIX wizards don't even acknowledge the existence of the gui, let alone use it.

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Akira
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posted January 11, 2002 10:04     Click Here to See the Profile for Akira   Click Here to Email Akira     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Got fired from a web design firm for surfing pr0n.

(I was young. Or younger, at any rate. Certainly stupider.)

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EngrBohn
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posted January 11, 2002 10:39     Click Here to See the Profile for EngrBohn   Click Here to Email EngrBohn     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
- Akira -
Got fired from a web design firm for surfing pr0n.

The perfect excuse, given that you worked for a web design firm, was that you were studying the pornsites' web designs, since they must have really good designs to be able to turn a profit on the internet.

I was young. Or younger, at any rate. Certainly stupider.

Don't sweat it -- there are even stupider (or more careless) people. In the U.S. military, you can get jailtime for surfing porn on a government computer. Though, more typically a few years ago, a more "rehabilitative approach" is taken, where the punishment involves confinement to quarters, reduction in rank, a fine (measured against the person's wages), and extra duty. Also typically with some of that "suspended" so that the full punishment doesn't take effect if good behavior is maintained. Today, with all the attention that's been brought to "don't do it!", the punishments are more strict, and may even result in a less-than-honorable discharge (though jailtime is still rare unless it's something like kiddie-porn).

I've only personally run into the problem three times. Once I hit the wrong hyperlink from Slashdot and went to a site that sold realdolls or something like that. CYA, I closed the browser and told my boss what happened so when the inquisition came along, he could say that I made no effort to hide the incident, ergo am not likely deliberately surfing porn. Another time I was doing a websearch for an algorithm to compute Pi, and a promising website turned out to be a pornsite. CYA, again tell the boss. The other time was actually a few years ago, 1996 or '97. The logs showed several pages accessed at bettersex.com over a couple hours during a midshift from the computer on the command post's console. By the process of elimination, we determined it was one of my airmen. She explained her story, and it checked out -- the site was a Reader's Digest site about happy marriages, not a pornsite, and she was doing research for a sociology class; we'd previously given her permission to do research on the internet for her class from the console computer when it was quiet.

As for the stupidest thing I've done regarding computers, I'd say it has to be letting coworkers know that I know how to make MS Office hum. Years ago (1993), when I was a squadron adjutant, I got tired of trying to figure out how to get Office to do something at the moment I needed it done (since I was usually pushing a deadline). So for two weeks, three hours a day, I "played" with Office and with Windows to figure out how to get them to do just about anything I wanted. I soon became the "goto guy" when someone had problems with the Windows or Office. Since then, every time I get reassigned, I'm usually able to avoid being the "goto guy" for four or five months before I'd slip. Someone would ask for help with something almost trivial (along the lines of "how do I select a printer?" or "how do I center the title on the page"?), and when they notice how fast I fly through getting to where I can show them, rather than making 153 mouseclicks, it's all over -- I'm suddenly the "goto guy".

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quantumfluff
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posted January 11, 2002 12:11     Click Here to See the Profile for quantumfluff   Click Here to Email quantumfluff     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Shutting off my primary machine on Dec. 31, 1999 until the next morning. The machine had been up for the better part of a year, and the disks seized up when they got powered down for too long. When I opened the case to change the disks, the ancient mobo decided to die as well. I needed to move up to a pentium from a 486 anyway.

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quantumfluff
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posted January 11, 2002 12:23     Click Here to See the Profile for quantumfluff   Click Here to Email quantumfluff     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I didn't do this, but it's so profoundly stupid that I have to tell it.


About 15 years ago we used these giant "super-mini" computers. My customer had a few of them, ranging in size from a single 19" rack cabinet to a huge beast about 4' deep, 8' wide and 5' tall. The CPU was not a microprocessor, but rather a set of boards which plugged into a backplane in the rack. Now these weren't some sissy PCI cards, these were big-ass things around 18" square.

There was some folklore that you could sometimes clear up problems by reseating the boards in the machine. Empircally, this seemed true - sometimes a memory board would fail, and it would work again after you pulled it out and put it back in.

One night, real late, I get a call from my customer. He's in the computer room trying to get some reports out and the machine was giving him problems. He was wondering what to do next. As he describes what went on, he tells me that he reseated the CPU boards, but he didn't power down the machine first. I think only one multiple $K part got fried, instead of the possible $100K of damage. The god that protects drunks and children must have helped him that night.

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baker_nat
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posted January 23, 2002 07:41     Click Here to See the Profile for baker_nat   Click Here to Email baker_nat     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
New Thread:

The most dum thing I ever did in my pathetic, useles life was...

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littlefish
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posted January 23, 2002 08:53     Click Here to See the Profile for littlefish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I very nearly reformatted my hard drive one day when I couldn't install the english update. Being in britain I figured that the english updater would work. Fortunately I realised that the english updater was only for the American market and downloaded the international english installer instead, which worked fine.

I was very unimpressed with myself, although it is pretty dumb to have an english installer that doesn't work in england IMHO.

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Xanthine
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posted January 23, 2002 11:25     Click Here to See the Profile for Xanthine     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Buying a Compaq Deskpro. What a waste of scholarship money. The GDMFPOS started having issues halfway through the year, and then I paid $25 to the school computer service for 30 minutes of not fixing it. I stopped turning it off because 8/10 of the time it froze on startup. Finally, I got rid of it, worked my butt off that summer, and got myself a nice little custom job.

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tomsci
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Finding the 'use little-endian?' setting in my firmware and deciding to change it. That was fun to change back, when you can't even boot into the firmware...

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spungo
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posted January 24, 2002 06:28     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo   Click Here to Email spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I use to work at Chase Manhattan Bank in London when I was a student - on one night shift one of my colleagues was bending over to look into a very expensive (and spinning)Wang tape drive when the 10p bic pen in her ear fell out - and crunch - one dead tape drive.

I heard a rumour later that week that the repair cost was in five figures.

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Dahak
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posted January 24, 2002 06:36     Click Here to See the Profile for Dahak   Click Here to Email Dahak     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Reaching around the back of our Novell server around 10AM one fine Monday to see "where does this cable go?" I accidentally jiggled the power plug....and our main fileserver promptly went down for the next six hours.

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Pish-Tush
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posted January 24, 2002 07:11     Click Here to See the Profile for Pish-Tush     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Many years ago, we had a cluster of vaxen connected by this new-fangled thin-wire ethernet. On one occasion I managed to catch my foot in a dangling cable and pull a plug out. The whole cluster came to a juddering halt and everything had to be rebooted (apparently vax clusters are very intolerant of broken connections).

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macadddikt18
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posted January 24, 2002 10:37     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Oh, blew it up acidenly by dropping 240 volts into the power supply instead of 120. spacked like crazy for a few seconds. But that was a year or two ago.
Nayt

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iballoondesign
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posted January 24, 2002 11:50     Click Here to See the Profile for iballoondesign   Click Here to Email iballoondesign     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I did a stupid thing... 10 years ago,my dad switch from Apple to PC (Dell). Somehow, the windows crush and I decide to open the tower and switch wire somewhere between the motherboard like I saw on the movie (no idea what did I remember name of movie). Then I reboot and the tower got fire all over.

Later, after he found out I broke and he brought new Apple. :-)

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quantumfluff
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posted January 24, 2002 12:55     Click Here to See the Profile for quantumfluff   Click Here to Email quantumfluff     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by tomsci:
Finding the 'use little-endian?' setting in my firmware and deciding to change it. That was fun to change back, when you can't even boot into the firmware...

LOL. Curiousity kills the cat again!

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Rednivek
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On a production server, doing a select from a database of all customers whose name was > ZA.

Only problem... I typed in < ZA.

As this was from a system console on a mainframe, the application went to its knees.

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zooz
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When the video system of my TI99/4a
died, I took the system apart without
knowing how to put it back together.
The system was soon trashed.

Oh, I have smashed keyboards when I
really got angry <:}

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Swiss Mercenary
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posted January 25, 2002 07:17     Click Here to See the Profile for Swiss Mercenary   Click Here to Email Swiss Mercenary     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by zooz:
Oh, I have smashed keyboards when I
really got angry <:}

That is not stupid, that is a pre-requisite for a programmer.
In my old job (the one that went dot bomb), they had a pile of spare keyboards as there was at least two broken a week.

The only thing was that we were requested not to:
A) Throw the keyboard across the room
B) Throw the keyboard at another person (even if we wanted too)
C) Throw the keyboard out the window
D) Smash the keyboard on any part of the CPU or Screen.

If always helped when that program would not work.

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Lex
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posted January 25, 2002 09:36     Click Here to See the Profile for Lex   Click Here to Email Lex     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Left a Win NT server running on some old scsi drives stay on for an entire summer without supervision. I'm not entirely sure why the drive didn't power down, but when we came back there was a hole blown through one side of the drive and all of the platters were ground to a fine magnetic dust.

Luckily, this server was slated to be replaced anyway.

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Bregalad
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posted January 26, 2002 14:25     Click Here to See the Profile for Bregalad     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I had a Centris 610 and a Quadra 650 back in 1995. The 610 had a full 68040 in it, but I wanted to sell the more valuable processor separately and put the original 68LC040 back into the 610. I'd found a buyer and just needed to make the processor swap.

Stupid me used a screwdriver to get the heat sink off the '040. Hey look at that nice big trench I just dug across the motherboard. Must have cut a couple dozen traces leading to the CPU socket. Sorry sir, I can't sell you that computer; I wrecked it

Lucky recovery: I sold off the individual parts for almost as much money as I'd been promised for the complete working machine. An electronics student paid me something like $100 for the damaged motherboard. I later saw a rumour on the FirstClass BBS I belonged to that he'd repaired it.

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posted January 26, 2002 18:27     Click Here to See the Profile for donnab     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by baker_nat:
What is the most stupid thing you have ever done concerning the computer?


When I went to a store to buy my first iMac, after having PCs for years, and the salesman told me to try it out. I was trying to push the two blue panels on the sides of the hockey puck mouse, thinking that they were the left and right mouse buttons. I couldn't figure out how to use the puck until the salesman showed me how. I felt really stupid!!!

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posted February 20, 2002 14:27     Click Here to See the Profile for TheAnnoyedCockroach   Click Here to Email TheAnnoyedCockroach     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Installing Windows ME.

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Will
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posted February 20, 2002 16:15     Click Here to See the Profile for Will     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I set up a unix multiuser system a long time ago (anybody heard of Altos). Set the login procedure to run the "fortune" program - which told random jokes and fortunes from a text file. After about a year, I got tired of the same old stuff, so I added a few. Put in a couple of very slightly off-color jokes.
The next week, my boss asks me to demonstrate our new database to visiting VIPs. You can guess which fortune came up, to my embarassment. I could see my boss's boss's boss get steamed up. I got an earful after the VIPs left.

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posted February 20, 2002 20:10     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
i gave microsoft a second chance.
Nayt

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posted February 21, 2002 16:38     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
nnooooooo say it ain't so Nayt, wait a minute, so did I.........Z

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jherazob
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posted February 22, 2002 09:00     Click Here to See the Profile for jherazob   Click Here to Email jherazob     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by baker_nat:
What is the most stupid thing you have ever done concerning the computer?

Well, i once was moving files around, and decided to delete the folder i was using to put the things i wanted to get rid of. But i was kinda tired, and in that kind of "autopilot mode", so i just typed the famous "rm -rf directory/", just that i used the tab-autocomplete and ended deleting the one that had the stuff i wanted to save. Scripts, downloaded files, good information. When i went back a little bit later to look for it and i realized what i had done...

Since then, i can assure you that i'm A LOT more careful

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posted February 22, 2002 13:46     Click Here to See the Profile for Super Flippy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
One of my first jobs out of college I was using Windows for Workgroups (a flavor of Windows 3.1). I was used to Macs, and didn't really understand what file extensions were. When I wrote letters for Sheila Brown, for example, I named the files LETTER1.SB, LETTER2.SB, etc.. I thought I had discovered a clever way to get around the 8.3 naming convention and organize my files at the same time. I couldn't understand why Windows had to ask me what program to use to open the file. Fortunately, I didn't stay at that job for very long. I can only imagine the chaos I left for my successor. >:]

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posted February 22, 2002 22:22     Click Here to See the Profile for +Andrew   Click Here to Email +Andrew     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jherazob:
Well, i once was moving files around, and decided to delete the folder i was using to put the things i wanted to get rid of. But i was kinda tired, and in that kind of "autopilot mode", so i just typed the famous "rm -rf directory/", just that i used the tab-autocomplete and ended deleting the one that had the stuff i wanted to save. Scripts, downloaded files, good information. When i went back a little bit later to look for it and i realized what i had done...

Since then, i can assure you that i'm A LOT more careful


Along these lines, I've found it most helpful to build wildcard expressions that I plan to use with "rm -rf" as an argument to "ls". Better to find out that your shell is going to make ".[a-z]*" match capital letters as well by seeing a directory listing than by losing data!

-Andrew

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posted February 23, 2002 02:17     Click Here to See the Profile for EngrBohn   Click Here to Email EngrBohn     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
As mentioned elsewhere in these parts, I once accidentally typed
% rm * ~
instead of
% rm *~

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posted February 23, 2002 06:58     Click Here to See the Profile for LifetimeTrekker   Click Here to Email LifetimeTrekker     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A few months ago, I purchased a Celeron 733 for my secondary computer, installed it and fired the computer up.

The computer got freaky, I figured the motherboard had bitten the dust (it identified the chip as a 700 P3) so I replaced the motherboard.

The dumb part was moving the same processor to another new m/b and the computer not booting properly, replacing the new m/b but not the processor. When the old board identified that chip as a P3 700, it must have overclocked that sucker and fried it.
I spent $200 addressing the wrong problem. I like to think I'd know better than that, but--Sheesh!

Well, now I have two functional m/bs and am ordering two new processors...I guess I'm going to put a third machine together, but I learned that lesson well. More than likely that machine will be donated to a friend.

It's a good thing I like playing around with hardware.

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posted March 01, 2002 10:16     Click Here to See the Profile for Charisma   Click Here to Email Charisma     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Buying a PC... whereas Macs are good for decades (I still run stuff on an old Ilc), my PC became antiquated about 5 days after I bought it.

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