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System Manufacturer/Model Number Packard Bell iMedia 2218 -- Has Been Running For Almost 7 Years! OS Windows 7 Ultimate x86 CPU Intel Pentium D 925 @ 3.00GHz Motherboard Socket 775 MCP73VT-PM Memory 1GB DDR2 667MHz Graphics Card Overclocked Asus ATI Radeon X1600 Pro 512MB Sound Card Sound Blaster Audigy 570 Monitor(s) Displays 19" LCD Monitor; MW19E-AAA Screen Resolution 1440 x 900
Keyboard Wired PS/2 Keyboard Mouse Dell Wireless USB Mouse PSU 250w Packard Bell Standard Case Packard Bell standard Cooling Intel Socket 775 Air Cooler Hard Drives 500gb 7200rpm (Windows 7) ---
160gb 7200rpm (Backup) ---
1TB Iomega External Drive (7200rpm) Internet Speed Wireles --- Download - 6.63 Mbps Upload - 0.38 Mbps Other Info Currently Planning To Build New Computer --- Also Got A Samsung Galaxy Ace II (Plays All Games You Throw At It)
Video concerning smartphones Has anyone seen this lately ? I've copied this from my early morning e-mail.
From a downloadable FLASHLIGHT APP.,
THESE are being used by Indians, Russians, Chinese to spy on all of your info ,
on your phone, I saw this this morning on T V News program.( 10-13-14 )
Smartphones, Pads, Netbooks, Laptops... Dang it... they all seem to want my attention. How many can really keep it for more than two weeks??
Thank goodness I'm still allowed to use my own brain, at age 57.
I presently have a Blackberry Curve 8330 "smartphone". Though in the world of the-latest, it is old (not even 3G, crap). My...
USB Problem with Smartphones Hello
My Windows 7 have problem with detecting Smartphone connected to it, I tried to connect iPhone, Blackberry and Samsung Galaxy S via USB but my computer can't detect any one of them?
I tried to uninstall all USB HUB's from device manager then restart the computer but the problem still...
Hardware & Devices
No More Smartphones for Microsoft The chief financial officer of Microsoft’s mobile-communication business, said that Microsoft will no longer develop a new smartphone device, instead it will focus on software business.
Tivanka Ellawala said to investors at a conference in San Francisco: “We are in the...