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Old 01-05-2003, 08:12 AM   #16
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dont really comprende your post, but yeh the mob probs are all too real....
 
Old 01-05-2003, 08:42 AM   #17
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Oh, I meant that if Chris could help you with those things, I could sure use help with them as well (except the mafia). Beer gut, chicks are just waaayyy too crazy (haven't dated since HS, just got divorced) now, and I just wish I could trick myself into going to school. I really want to, but always have an excuse to not go sign up.

In replacement for the mafia, I've got memory problems. I use to be a wiz when working on vehicles, so I undertook a project to build a great race car. Since then, I've nearly forgotten everything, and have a huge heavy potential 10 second car just hoggin space in my garage. I've got nearly all the parts to finish it, and it's almost there in fact; only I've lost all knowledge it takes to take it the rest of the way.

And to boot, I've just managed to screw up my server that was running very smoothly! Ahh, the nice things sure do seem to come and go too quickly don't they?



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Old 01-05-2003, 08:56 AM   #18
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nice 2 hear from u LQ Addict... well i'm an ex hot rodder too, built a Holden 186 with triple webers when i was younger... if u dont know what a Holden 186 is, it's just a downsized chevy (orange) straight six... now that thing flew, but not to the tune of tens (i'd guess 13's...)... maybe i can help you gettin that racecar on the 1320... lemme know wot u need to know. now i'm a student nearly finished my engineering degree, and i ain't no spring chicken either... 37 to be exact... yeh a change of life was what it took 2 get me to hit the books - the stuff u learn is 'mazin... so don't give up, and mebbe i can pass on a few tricks

Paul
 
Old 01-05-2003, 09:47 AM   #19
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Cool! Well as sad as it sounds, I am having problems with the water pump currently. I don't know which holes to place the bolts in, nor which kinds of bolts to use (I've recently ordered me a book to help me out, and have a few days off work in a few weeks, so I am crossing my fingers, and hoping they go well together). No biggie right now though, real busy for about 2 weeks. But I'll be givin it an honest try in a couple of weeks and if I run into problems I will be sure to send an email your way.

Thanks
 
Old 01-06-2003, 03:28 AM   #20
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Just out of curiosity, don't the image programs (ghost, pq, or whatever) need a seperate drive or a network share to image to? I've been using ghost 6, and in order to create an image, it has to go to a seperate drive....

(and on a side note, Holdens are the Austrailian version of Chevy, aren't they?)

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Old 01-06-2003, 07:00 AM   #21
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you can image to another partition on same drive, and yes, the Holden is the Aussie Chevy (GM)... matter of fact the new Pontiac GTO soon to be sold in US is actually our Holden Monaro rebadged...

the older versions of ghost wouldnt image to NTFS but latest does.

Paul
 
  


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