Oh, the dog comes barking again, I couldnot hear what is on the telefone. But your news is fun since you use so many smilies on your post and I really hope it was true 'cos I thnk you kind of intend to talk about some one here.
Mick, I am going to leave now, when you got back, give comment later well talk .... Apoem.... for M-I-C-K
[Edit] Wfranc thought Wfranc's poem would just make Mick upset... So Wfranc deleted it . Before Mick, Wfranc will never show off wfranc 's teeth again Okay...This is much better huh ....
Wfranc gota go buy another wireless LAN card as the one Wfranc s using now really s.../ not good....
Last edited by Wfranc; April 10th, 2003 at 03:38 AM.
Originally posted by Wfranc Oh, the dog comes barking again, I couldnot hear what is on the telefone. But your news is fun since you use so many smilies on your post and I really hope it was true 'cos I thnk you kind of intend to talk about some one here.
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At home, I have this old Macintosh G3 (her name is Electra). The monitor I bought with it has always given me problems, but over the past year it has been quite consistent in its behavior. The first time its turned on in the day, it will run for maybe 2 hours or so. Then, due to heating I suspect, it makes this loud "BOINN" sound and flickers of, then kinda clicks away (maybe one click a second) flashing the screen on and off in unison. So I have to turn it off for a while. But if I don't let it rest for long enough, I can only eek out maybe 30min or so the next time (and sometimes I just type blind to finish up whatever I'm doing).
I don't know enough about monitors to be able to work on it (and I'd hate to drin the capacitor through me), so I just live with it, hoping it doesn't explode or catch fire. It seems something magnetic (due to the fluctuations or blinking) and also heat related, so I would guess a shorted inductor or something, but...
It would be more boring if it wasn't for that urgency I feel to get my post done before isdftslgofd
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