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Thread: New PCIe Card not Recognized on Cold Boot, Works Perfect on Restarts. Why?




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    Default Re: New PCIe Card not Recognized on Cold Boot, Works Perfect on Restarts. Why?

    .. err...hmm.... I live in Ontario Canada... Tax here is 13%

    We had a provincial and federal tax that was combined and called a "Harmonized" sales tax... More like another way to ream you more in the poop.....

    Before you were always charged federal for commodities and both for everything else, now its both for everything...



    I'd kill for 8.5%

    Vin
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