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Hi there, mate, and welcome aboard. No worried about lots of unread threads and informations - we gladly help you regardless. And you have the time for reading, as these threads are not going to evaporate any time soon ;)

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@3.0charlie:

Hello,

I would like to introduce myself. I am named John, and am rather new to the world of computers. I am sure a few (if not all) of my questions will annoy some of you, but please be gentle. I am learning.

Merci!

New to computers?!?!?!?! I swear we have dealt with each other many many times haha

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@Soullessone21:

@3.0charlie:

Hello,

I would like to introduce myself. I am named John, and am rather new to the world of computers. I am sure a few (if not all) of my questions will annoy some of you, but please be gentle. I am learning.

Merci!

New to computers?!?!?!?! I swear we have dealt with each other many many times haha

We may have indeed, we may have. ;)

Either way welcome to the site good to see you here :)

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I think your nose Pinoccio is growing so far its going to go through your monitor.

Welcome to the site,

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@Soullessone21:

@3.0charlie:

Hello,

I would like to introduce myself. I am named John, and am rather new to the world of computers. I am sure a few (if not all) of my questions will annoy some of you, but please be gentle. I am learning.

Merci!

New to computers?!?!?!?! I swear we have dealt with each other many many times haha

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Do I really need an introduction? Dammit... LOL

I enjoy walks by the river and.....oh not that kind of introduction??? Picky picky..... :P

Username is Mena....yes it's my old cats name. LOL!!! I am simple, down to earth guy but love to pull pranks . Yes I have a twisted sense of humor.

I also love to build computers.....then sell them.....then build.....it is a relentless cycle. The fun is in the BUILD! LOL!!!

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@Mena:

Do I really need an introduction? Dammit... LOL

I enjoy walks by the river and.....oh not that kind of introduction??? Picky picky..... :P

Username is Mena....yes it's my old cats name. LOL!!! I am simple, down to earth guy but love to pull pranks . Yes I have a twisted sense of humor.

I also love to build computers.....then sell them.....then build.....it is a relentless cycle. The fun is in the BUILD! LOL!!!

Welcome its a good group here and we keep getting bigger and bigger :)

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