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Old 01-04-2013, 06:37 PM   #187101
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:39 PM   #187102
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Yea white dvi
I will look into it
The laptop is fine for everything else but the colors are slightly off so I think I should try out the lcd for photo processing

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Old 01-04-2013, 06:44 PM   #187103
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:44 PM   #187104
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Yeah, we went over that already.
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Tried. Not sure if I did it right but it is still a little off
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:53 PM   #187106
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$10 for an adaptor seems like a good solution plus it puts the lcd to use instead of just collecting more dust

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Old 01-04-2013, 07:28 PM   #187107
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Yeah, guy at work is selling his, was thinkin about it, but wasn't really sold on it or anything. and it is an auto. thanks for the info
yea well it has more low end torque and power, that's about the only thing i like about it. the car itself looks ugly as hell lol
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Old 01-04-2013, 07:31 PM   #187108
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pulley isnt that bad to replace from what i remember.
it isn't, just harder than the intake boot lol he has a manual so it's even easier without the clutch fan
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iono i would say it depends on the car. cause my gf's scion costs more in maintenance than my car. mods are cheap as **** though lol
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iono if the latter works lol
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wtb a commercial grade printer/scanner (for free or cheap)
scanning individual pages of a document sucks balls ... and not in the good way
lol just get a consumer printer with adf. i know there are some out there
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tried to hook up my LCD monitor to new laptop ... new laptop does not have normal video or s-video out... just a spot for HDMI
that's the norm nowadays. just use a dvi to hdmi cable. hdmi is basically dvi with audio and drm anyways
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guess you guys went through the whole dvi/hdmi thing already lol
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i like how some noobs nowadays are like ooh 1080p monitor. dumbass, we had that since forever lol you're actually getting less pixels now with a 1080p monitor lol
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lol just get a consumer printer with adf. i know there are some out there
Having to scan docs is not that common for me
Mainly just need it when a client or employer asks for a "live signature"
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iono if the latter works lol
I'm sure it does because when I go out and do work on the car, I warm up and start sweating once I get inside.
But if I'm just being lazy, I feel cold at the same temperature. :/
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