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  1. Thread: Old computers

    by TomKat
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    I went crazy and made a Hackintosh out of a Dell laptop. Then, using the Clover boot loader of the Hackintosh, I added a Windows and a Linux partition, for a triple boot. I mostly just use Linux, but...
  2. Thread: Old computers

    by TomKat
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    I had an 8088 with a Seagate ST238 (ST225 20mb formatted to 30mb with RLL encoding). It was a scam. Overheated and crashed all the time.
  3. Thread: Old computers

    by TomKat
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    Yes, my win7 netbook just updated on me yesterday. Even though it's officially a dead OS.
  4. Thread: Old computers

    by TomKat
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    I was not a fan of Win95. Much preferred Win98se, which was the stable release everyone used until WinXP took over. I probably still have a copy of win98se somewhere, on floppy. I lost interest in...
  5. Thread: Old computers

    by TomKat
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    Re: Old computers

    I was not a fan of Win95. Much preferred Win98se, which was the stable release everyone used until WinXP took over. I probably still have a copy of win98se somewhere, on floppy. I lost interest in...
  6. Thread: Old computers

    by TomKat
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    Re: Old computers

    Wish I still had mine. But alas, I have no place to put it. My oldest computer is an old "netbook" that can run win7. I use it to record stuff from internet radio.
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