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    Quote Originally Posted by Slamo's Sister
    hey peeps. i wanna no if anyone can tell me where to find good free computer training on the net. or help me with it. i wanna no more bout computers. but i don't no anything! thankx if u could help me it'd be great! :geek:
    well i could help ya out...might cost ya though......:) jk
    what do u need help with though?
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    Hmmm, when I was at that stage I was able to pick up quite a bit from the How-To's & Tutorials available at ZDNet and at CNet.

    I'm really not sure what is available there nowadays though.

    However, I can reccomend highly the TechTV website.
    In particular the Call For Help and The Screensavers sites.

    At those 2 sites, I guarantee you'll find lots of how-to's, tweaks, troubleshooting, news, etc. Be sure to check those shownotes too.(you can even sign up to have the shownotes sent to you via email)

    Man I love TechTV -- television about technology -- 24/7:thumb: (except for a bit of paid-programming in the wee hours of the morning)

    You Aussies ought to gang up on your cable/sattelite providers and see about getting it. I have seen callers on the shows from Europe, Phillipines, Korea, India, etc.

    I don't know of a good reason you can't have it in OZ, just need to let them know there is market for it.

    But for now, you do at least have the website -- check it out!

    (I had to make do with just the website 2+ years before my sattelite provider carried it):cry: But I survived it:)
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    okay. wot the **** is this? it looks like a housing esate!

    <img src="http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/microprocessor1.gif">
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    Looks like the layout of a processing unit to me. :D

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    I'm not trying to underestimate your abilities SS, but if you truly know nothing about computers, that may be a bit of the "deep end of the pool" to learn how to swim.

    I do admire you for your enthusiasm though:thumb:

    Check those TechTV links I gave you above, there is a lot to be learned there, I assure you.
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    it is, according to the picture name, a diagram of how a microprocessor works. you don't have to worry about such things (IMO), i don't know how they work either

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    I share your sentiments andy, it doesn't really matter how - just as long as it does.

    And if it doesn't work, I don't have a screwdriver small enough to fix it anyway. However I do own a hammer large enough to "take care of it".
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    So long as ya know which components to put together and wack an operatin' system on, load the apropriete drivers then tune it to hum is all ya really need. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    So long as ya know which components to put together and wack an operatin' system on, load the apropriete drivers then tune it to hum is all ya really need. ;)
    Can I get that on a bumpersticker?
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    You could try I spose. :?:
    When I 1st got on the web and wanted to find out more about computers I found this site http://www.pcguide.com/ to be very helpful and read it from start to finish. ;)
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