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    Newman is offline
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    Homer, a favor please?

    Homer, you are much more knowledgable about this kind of thing than I am. All of this refinancing stuff at the end of the quarter has confused me, though I have followed most of it well.

    Could you provide a run down of the debts of both companies, the maturities and the interest rates? Im sure you have the majority of the information you need just for the past 2 weeks. If you can do this, it would be great.

    Thanks

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    At my fingertips? LOL, I did... but I had a computer meltdown a week or so ago. After 6 long years, the motherboard on my home computer finally went belly up... served me well. I think the L2 Cache on the processor gave out. It was time to upgrade. So I replaced the MOB last weekend, plus new RAM and a geeked-out dual core processor -- but then Windows didn't like the hardware change at all; my hard drive wouldn't boot up. I had no time to keep screwing with it over the weekend, so I did a clean XP install.

    I still have all data and documents saved -- but lost all of my programs PLUS my email. Gonna take some time this weekend to start re-installing everything. Right now, I don't even have Adobe Reader installed -- so all of my documents aren't readable yet.

    If I get some time over the weekend, I'll try and put something together.
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    Sorry to hear that, it has happened to me in the past. Data saved programs gone. A major pain in the ass. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer985 View Post
    At my fingertips? LOL, I did... but I had a computer meltdown a week or so ago. After 6 long years, the motherboard on my home computer finally went belly up... served me well. I think the L2 Cache on the processor gave out. It was time to upgrade. So I replaced the MOB last weekend, plus new RAM and a geeked-out dual core processor -- but then Windows didn't like the hardware change at all; my hard drive wouldn't boot up. I had no time to keep screwing with it over the weekend, so I did a clean XP install.

    I still have all data and documents saved -- but lost all of my programs PLUS my email. Gonna take some time this weekend to start re-installing everything. Right now, I don't even have Adobe Reader installed -- so all of my documents aren't readable yet.

    If I get some time over the weekend, I'll try and put something together.
    Anytime you change the motherboard with anything but the exact motherboard you had, it's generally required to do a full reinstall.

    If it does manage to boot up into windows the chances of it acting wierd are pretty high.

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    Can you say Macintosh?

    Homer

    why not give your entire system to a local charity and start over with a Mac? I have been using a Mac since 1985 and have never experienced a crash. Not once. Now that you can run windows ........ the argument is pretty much over isnt it?

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