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Old 06-08-2006, 01:41 AM   #11
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Is it because it is a curved monitor? Well, that's irritating. Is there some way you can straighten the glass on the front out? As in, custom flatscreen?

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lol.. with the world being as it is today.. i'll bet if you were willing to give up thousands of $$.. you could probably make that happen. Then again, you could buy some badass 27" LCD monitor with that kind of cash
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Probably so. Oh well, it doesn't really concern me. I used to have it in a dual-monitor setup with my current computer, but now it's running a different computer. Pretty neat, though, I have two computers set up at my desk. I have to reformat and stick a better HDD in the old one, though... Right now it's running Windows ME with a 5400 RPM 8 GB HDD... Quite irritating. It freezes like no other.
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lol Windows ME is such a horrid piece of crap.
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