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Old 09-21-2017, 10:21 AM   #1
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i got new hardrive in computer

it runs now one usb port thing dont work i have push on it make it work and computer keeps freezing and i get error message keep going on screen

why it do this
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Have you checked the usb drivers are installed what is is running
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What error message? If you can, you should post screenshots and your hardware and software information.
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Old 09-24-2017, 05:04 PM   #4
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me mate done lap top tar
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Hm, seems the issue is resolved (although it took me a few re-reads to realise what Reb had said).
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me mate done lap top tar
Ah, does that mean problem solved?
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I think it means "my mate fixed my laptop, thanks"
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Hmm... the perks of being a native English speaker, I see. Or maybe it is even a UK English thing??

I keep having worries on how I'd be lost in a native English speaking country haha.

Reb, are you Scottish? I know Scotsmen say me instead of my.
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Not too common, most people type online with their own personality, but not necessarily with their "accent." I think he's just typing the words exactly how it would sound in his accent! Gotta love it.

I only know it because actually living in the UK you get exposed to a lot of different native accents that you wouldn't necessarily get access to in Saudi!
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English has a lot of regional dialects since it's so spread out geographically. I've even had trouble understanding other native speakers at first. It just takes some listening to them before everything starts to click. Some people have weird sounding vowels, others clip consonants, Americans are notorious for both...
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I think it means "my mate fixed my laptop, thanks"
It's similar phrase to what us Australian's would use too so it nots all that uncommon.
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Hmm... I sure don't wanna have a cockney dialect conversation at least.
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Reb, are you Scottish? I know Scotsmen say me instead of my.
I'm from southeast of England and sometimes I say 'me' to mean 'my' and it confuses the hell out of some Americans online, but everyone I know gets it around me. XD
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I knew this "me" difference ever since DuckTales days, if you know it. Scrooge McDuck keeps saying it. That's one thing I consider useful we had in the Saudi TV.
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Hmm... the perks of being a native English speaker, I see. Or maybe it is even a UK English thing??

I keep having worries on how I'd be lost in a native English speaking country haha.

Reb, are you Scottish? I know Scotsmen say me instead of my.
I've spoken English my entire life and had absolutely no clue WTF he was saying.

I've got a friend who is a Scouser (from Liverpool, England). You could cut his accent with an axe. I can understand him if he takes his time but once he has had a few drinks he becomes completely unintelligible to me.
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Some times also one should take a breath after every couple sentences, if you know what I mean
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I have always loved the English accent, I just love how people talk from England. I also like the accent of the Australians.
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Me too!!
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For me, common British English sounds attractive and common American English (West Coast?) sounds tough. That's what I like in them
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We have loads of different accents in England lol, some of them are far more attractive than others! I'm from the Midlands, and have a light "black country" accent which a lot of people dislike...
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