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Ok, I lied. . .

by Coryphaeus / November 8, 2004 12:06 AM PST

I said I wouldn't mention my site again, but I've made some changes. Taking cues from some comments, I've made it easier to navigate. All links are up front, only one page for links, and each link only one page (except the pictures). And for those of you keeping score, I'll post this in several forums.

http://www.wayne.hardy.com/

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Liberty of such things.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 8, 2004 12:51 AM PST
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I don't mind a bit. In fact, it's now expected.

Thanks for the update,

bob

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(NT) (NT) Bump, only once. . .
by Coryphaeus / November 8, 2004 8:47 AM PST
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Re: (NT) Bump, only once. . .
by dcrewchief / November 8, 2004 10:17 AM PST

like your truck wayne. didnt know ford made a quad cab back in 96. i presume its a 96.

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(NT) (NT) Yep, '96.
by Coryphaeus / November 8, 2004 9:59 PM PST
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Re: Ok, I lied. . .
by xcks / November 8, 2004 1:29 PM PST
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I have a dial up connection, I use the Lucent Win Modem. My connect rate was a lousy 19,200bps on my ME machine. The new XP machine I have now has the exact same thing except it connects at 21,600bps. Haveing reviewed alot about modems and etc ... I had an Init string I wanted to add and wanted a 2nd opnion before I did this. Soon as I figured out that if the Init didnt work and now I have no connection at all, I need not to worry. Simply clear the string, reboot, and its back to normal. WOW, a computer task even I cant mess up. In my excitement of looking through my fumbled mess I accidently added in my donor card number by mistake and it cost me an arm and a leg just to tell you this. lol. I settled on +MS=V34,0 (thats a zero, not an o) and now I always connect at 31,200bps impressive, unless I stop at a forum and have to type something seems about the same haveing lost the arm. Then again, I could be lying. lol
By the way that was/is actual bps and is a great init string should anyone wonder.

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Re: Ok, I lied. . .
by luxx / November 8, 2004 4:33 PM PST
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hey, I used to connect all the time at 56kbps back when I was using dial up!
Are you looking for a job?

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New content. .
by Coryphaeus / November 14, 2004 1:44 AM PST
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