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Old 03-12-2009, 09:59 PM   #11
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I think I know what he wants to do. He's basically looking to double his computing power by running the two computers together. I think he'd need something like a remote desktop setup.
Well that's what I was thinking he was talking about too until he said the whole monitor spiel which threw me for a loop...so I'm not real sure...hmm.
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use the switch idea ^
remote desktop
or just put all of the hardware into 1 case to make 1 super computer.
id personally go for remote desktop, its free and easy.
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Ya thats what i mean anyone know how to do a remote desktop
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