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Never mind, I thought there was more of a connection than just "if you post in my blog I'll block you" because after that, the fact that it goes against both rules was pointed out. Apparently I just took it as being more important here (in the forum) that it goes against the blog rules, if you see what I mean.
Last edited by pr_deltoid; 08-20-2010 at 01:49 PM.
Yes, prdeltoid, but when you only have 8GB of SSD space to allocate you have a problem. Good thing my desktop has a 500GB hard drive. However, slight problem: My CMOS battery is dead on that desktop's motherboard, which means that the computer won't boot past the BIOS. This means I'm stuck with the netbook.