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From: "Mr Pounder" <MrPoun...@RationalThought.com>
Subject: Re: Superhub
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2012 21:26:04 +0100
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"HankG" <hg...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> "Mr Pounder" <MrPoun...@RationalThought.com> wrote in message
>> Many thanks to all of you for helping me in the past.
>> A good while ago I was given a Dell Demension system. It is old but I'm
>> only looking for a standby unit.
>> I managed to bollocks it up but now have the disk and all is fine.
>> If I use my wired Virgin Media Superhub on the Dell (presently connected
>> to this computer) will I cock the modem up?
>> In other words, can I just screw the cable in to the Dell and then back
>> into this computer without anything going wrong?
>> Sorry for sounding thick; I am an extremely stupid person at the best of
> Try it; nothing to lose. Once installed, it should be recognized when
> it's re-attached. I did this with my serial port attached to different
I have this way of cocking computers up.
There are 3 things in this life I am very good at.
Fucking up computers.