no problem.....

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Subject: no problem.....
Name: zup
Date: 2/18/2001 5:21:41 PM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: ZUP posted by Connie

and i agree about replacing the pad with compound. first thing i do to a sink is scrape the pad off with an expired phone card and use a drop of gumout to remove the residue. i've seen once and heard off a couple times, folks leaving the plastic on.
i know a guy who has built a few hundred pc's , and a couple of weeks ago, put a standoff in the wrong hole and shorted the mobo. he was in a hurry. i nearly always run a full post on the mobo, cpu, ram, and vid card outside the case on a bubble wrap antistatic bag before installing it in the case. not long ago i somehow fried a amd x5-133adz (fastest 486 ever made). no idea how it happened. could have been static. so i had to replace the chip and mobo with a tx mobo and pre mmx p133 that i had laying around. anyone that works on computers long enuf is gonna break somethin

get well soon!!!
btw i take cat's claw and haven't had a cold or flu in over 5 years.

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