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Standard User Deadbeat
(knowledge is power) Mon 22-Feb-16 09:47:26
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Re: New PC required - please recommend PC Builder


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My local was in Cardiff.

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Standard User TrishaH
(knowledge is power) Mon 22-Feb-16 15:33:43
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When it's something myself or our son can't do, I'm grateful for their help.
We'd been trying for days to get the earlier monitor settings right a few years ago, so it was good to get such help ....didn't even buy the monitor from them either.

As for the hard drive space, it seems it was more than just moving or deleting a few things, so I was happy to let them do it ..and I was watching all the time, so nothing got deleted or put in the wrong place that I wasn't able to prevent (a database for ACDSee was one).

You have much more ability with tech stuff, so don't need that kind of help smile

Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 23-Feb-16 07:48:11
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That is fair enough, not sure what you mean about the hard drive being more than just moving or deleting a few things.

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Standard User TrishaH
(knowledge is power) Tue 23-Feb-16 23:00:44
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In reply to a post by zyborg47:
That is fair enough, not sure what you mean about the hard drive being more than just moving or deleting a few things.
I mean things like downloads and programmes I no longer need, and can delete myself .... but anything not easily visible to me, I don't mess around with smile

Standard User Deadbeat
(knowledge is power) Tue 23-Feb-16 23:04:26
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Afraid of getting your fingers burnt? wink

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Standard User TrishaH
(knowledge is power) Tue 23-Feb-16 23:32:02
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Something like that!
Never been one for pressing buttons just to see what happens! smile

Standard User Deadbeat
(knowledge is power) Tue 23-Feb-16 23:48:16
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Go on..... Just shut your eyes and prod. You'll discover a whole new world! wink

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Standard User TrishaH
(knowledge is power) Wed 24-Feb-16 01:13:06
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You know, it's people like you get me in a boatload of trouble laugh laugh

Standard User Pipexer
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 24-Feb-16 23:17:04
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I like quietPC.

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Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 25-Feb-16 08:42:43
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I like quietPC.


I did not think they was still going, they are a bit pricey. Never used them myself, but I do know of someone who used to and they used to think they was ok.

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