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  1. gberger
    28-Aug-2011 09:54 AM
    gberger
    Packed up and ready to go, Post Office tomorrow (Monday). LMK when you get it.
  2. gberger
    26-Aug-2011 01:39 PM
    gberger
    Oops,,,just tested the 60 and 80 GB, the 60 is trash...80 is good.
  3. gberger
    26-Aug-2011 01:16 PM
    gberger
    I just checked and I have the following:
    2 IDE drives, 60GB and 80GB - rather small, you can have them both if you want.
    1 SATA, 320GB - not sure if there is an adapter available.
  4. gberger
    26-Aug-2011 12:59 PM
    gberger
    Hey, Ryan...
    I'm Gary, let me know if you need that drive, I'll send it out if Irene doesn't get in the way.
  5. paulat
    18-Jun-2009 11:15 PM
    paulat
    You posted a problem with your XP that you could not type in fields and when you tried to use system restore, the calendar was blank. I am having the exact same problems. There were no answers posted for your problem. Do you mind me asking what you did to solve it? I am pretty desperate!
    Thanks so much for any help.

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  • About Pandimensional
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    Los Angeles
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    Technology, Computers, Tiny Physics, Noetics, Cooking, Animals, Music, Film
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    Intermediate
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    2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac 24" OS X Snow Leopard

    Windows XP PC

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