Heh, who remembers Limewire Pro? They wanted to charge you for faster downloads and all that... I ended up using Limewire to download Limewire Pro for free
Well i do and my dad
MS-DOS is made for floppy not CD's but compact flash will work just fine as well as SD card
Well i was looking around then i came across this bad boy! Creative Labs Sound Blaster ISA sound card CT4500 and i though of your 286 so here you go https://www.ebay.com/itm/Creative-Labs-Sound-Blaster-ISA-sound-card-CT4500/163483835979?epid=7722045…
My dad use windows xp until 2015 and there are two options windows 7 as a virtual machine in Linux and if it the VM dies we back up.Or upgrade to windows 10 AKA ¨crapitoch plus¨.or convince him into installing windows 2000 64-bit or just use windows…
Well i built my first pc and its still boots but heres the specs
CPU: Core2Duo 2.18
Motherboard: A motherboard by gateway
GPU: Some AMD card
Ram: 2 GB
Power supply: Some seagate
hdd: one 80GB ide and one 250 sata
Display: a TV
Now this is just intresting
It's actually old malware.
I've heard somewhere that it's not as malicious as it once was anymore due to the servers that it relied on (for its "malicious" capabilities) being shut …
Do you fear opening the keyboard?
If not, put it with keys down on the table.
Remove all the screws.
Lift the backside towards up, carefully, so that the keys keep in place in the plastic-case on the table.
Haha, never seen a photograph of higher quality
Is there a sticker on the back? Hopefully at least FCC-ID, this makes identification easy.
Any writing on this keyboard besides the keys themself?