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Bulman

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Take 100 :) ow nope im not permitted to upload this type of file lol
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rshaffer61

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If your attachment is to big to attach then go to Mediafire .
Register and upload your file.
Then reply with the link located to the right of your now uploaded file on Mediafire
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Just as a quick side note...

Windows Vista and Windows 7 will reserve about 45% of the installed memory until you get up into the 6 GB range...then it starts reserving a little over 20%. While these figures may seem like Windows is hogging all the memory, it's really not. It utilizes the memory it has reserved until it needs more...then will take from what's available from the installed memory it hasn't reserved. If you use a "RAM Monitor" gadget to watch RAM usage, Windows Vista and Windows 7 rarely dip into the non-reserved memory.
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Hey a stickie note and thanks I'll have to remember that one. :) :) :)
You are just full of these little tidbits there Wannabe1 :)
Great to have you around. :)
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