XP PRO x64 on Pentium III

Discussion in 'Windows 64 Bit' started by Cody, Feb 3, 2006.

  1. Then why do you?
    Why don'd you put in some f* words to state your point more clearly? If you
    do care so little then why do you even post? Just trying to offend me?
    Nothing else to do? Someone stole your lolly? May I suggest you to tell
    everything you might still feel like having to post your imaginary
    friends...
     
    Ralf Glauberman, Feb 5, 2006
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  2. Cody

    Dennis Pack Guest

    Jud:

    I don't want to stir the pot excessively. In OE the switch is
    available under options. At work I'm using "Lotus Notes" all day and all
    replies are top posted whether you reply with history or not.
     
    Dennis Pack, Feb 5, 2006
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    Larry Hodges Guest

    Well, at least you're attributing and quoting correctly. I'd say my job is
    done here. Anything else you'd like to whine about while the thread is
    fresh?
     
    Larry Hodges, Feb 6, 2006
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    Larry Hodges Guest

    Good point. I consider both the same, but you are right.
     
    Larry Hodges, Feb 6, 2006
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  5. Cody

    Larry Hodges Guest

    I've used Quotefix in the past. Haven't tried it with x64 however.
     
    Larry Hodges, Feb 6, 2006
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    Bill Guest

    Well, the default baud rate was 300, but I think, having a senior moment
    here, I did a mod to give me 600 baud. There's a switch on the side of the
    cassette player and if I remember correctly, that doubles the speed of the
    cassette effectively giving me 600 baud. I also have a stringy floppy
    drive, but don't have any media for it. Eight inch floppies were beyond my
    financial means in the late '70's so I opted for the stringy floppy. I
    copied a lot of the cassettes to it, but don't know what happened to the
    media.

    Bill
     
    Bill, Feb 6, 2006
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