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Old 08-01-2006, 09:35 AM   #31
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Man, I can't remember the config of it but it was an old Digital laptop that my dad gave me when i was like 5, but my dads first PC, haha he had an upgraded orange screen!!! w00t!!! the harddrive was in megs, ya. I don't really remember that much I just remember about the screen being just orange no other colors
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Old 08-01-2006, 10:00 AM   #32
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(got it in 97)Gateway 2000:

PII 266MHz
32mb ram
4MB PCI video card
CD drive (probably 32x)
1.44 floppy drive
4GB HD
17" Gateway 2000 monitor
Boston acoustics 2.1 speakers
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Old 08-01-2006, 10:18 AM   #33
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well as far as the FIRST computer I ever had, I remember when I was really really young, we had a computer with windows 3.1 on it, then I got one in my room with windows 95 and thought I was cool

The first computer that I actually remember the configuration on was this one that I had about 3 or 4 years back:
HP Pavilion 6630
500MHZ Intel Celeron Processor
64MB RAM
10.2GB HDD
Windows 98
16MB integrated graphics
CD-ROM drive
Modem
USB 1.1
and here's the kicker.... no ethernet!

I used to think it was fast way back when but now I just laugh
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Old 08-01-2006, 02:50 PM   #34
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my first computer, the first one that was actually mine, was a emachines T2895, 2.8ghz celeron (worst processor ever), 120gb ata hard drive, 512mb pc2700 ram, intel extreme integrated graphics 1.
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First PC I built

Epox 939 MOBO
AMD 3200
Geforce 6600 GT
1 GIG Ram
DVD drive
120 GIG Maxtor IDE HD
XP

First PC I used heh I don't remember I think it ran windows 95.
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i had a old mac that ran like OS 6 or something when i was like 6 or sumtin i sold it a long time go lol so i dunno the specs
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i486 (33MHZ) To (66MHZ) Tubro button
2MB or 3MB (Dont rember it being 4MB)
10MB harddrive
Windows 3.11
VGA video card
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Old 08-01-2006, 04:45 PM   #38
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oh i think i will do well with this one:

10mhz, 10 meg HD, KiloBytes of Ram, 14in Goldstar monitor(VGA), Ms-Dos, small and large floppy disk drives, AST, old brother dot matrix printer.......and yes, still have it (2) and it still works.
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75 Mghz CPU Packard Bell...

Lol.

Had a 8 GB *Upgraded* Hard Drive

and 8 MB of Ram.

Top Of The Line!!! lol.

Cost us $1200.
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my first pc was about 6 years ago...and its still working...lol

IBM 2193-35u
AMD k 6-2 550mhz
64 mb ram
Windows 98 Second Edition
10Gb hard drive
Intergrated SIS 540 Video card (i Believe this is the card)

thats all i remember..haven't used it in a while... the complete sepcs are on IBM site.
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