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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2005 2:46 pm 
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ya i think the router comes with the dsl well ill find out when it comes

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DAVE185 wrote:
ya i think the router comes with the dsl well ill find out when it comes


I'd check on that, most providers just give you a modem (if you're lucky)

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2005 4:39 pm 
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never mind sabre it came with everything i needed

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Hey all...

Is the Junk Drawer still being used? It looks the same as it did when I first joined up...

I just added a "Wanted" listing, but I was wondering if anyone even looks at it much anymore...

I also e-mailed Wookie to have him remove a few of my listings that I have either received or passed on to someone else, but I am hoping his e-mail hasn't changed.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 11:15 pm 
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I've clicked the link a few times and it tells me it's not found can you help I just set my first dedicated folder and am in desperate need of larger memory for it all I had was some 64 MB sticks it's pc100 I have 1 stick of 256 but it is 32x64 and won't work in this board I'm disabled so on a fixed income but am going to build another 2 machines as I can afford the parts this one is an Athlon 1300 80 gig drive using cable connection going to upgrade the nic with a trendnet 10/100/1000 I have. also I have some other nics would be willing to share they aren't much just fastethernet but all work.would be willing to trade the stick I have.


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Whereabouts are you?

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 26, 2008 6:30 pm 
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Ok...what is "Folding"?....and the link doesn't work to the parts drawer....


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Woobie1972, the "Folding" process relates to proteins of all living entities.. plants, animals, whatever. Down at the level of the DNA and RNA, where our most basic processes begin, proteins fold.. to become what they are genetically keyed to do. At some point, they may 'fold' in the wrong manner, and can cause cancer-type growths.. or mutate into different forms.
The Stanford University project is running experiments on these proteins, to better understand the processes and how or why some malignant evolutions begin. Proteins are actually very long strands, and they 'fold' into a more compact form to be self-sustaining. This WIKI link may help to explain it, also.
The process is installed on any computer and runs in the background, without causing noticeable effects for other programming. It readily recedes to a lesser state, so any other programming has first options for processing.
For more info on the F@H project and how to join the world-wide group, check this link.. http://folding.stanford.edu/

Join our team in the F@H project.. to find out how science can resolve the protein malformations which cause mankind's maladies.

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You're right, the link is dead and has been for a couple of years (at least). Someone should delete the sticky.

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