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Dennis (Dew) Points for your help

Posted on 2000-03-08
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Thanks for helping my Mom with her SCSI system problems.  She's still offline and working on it, but we wanted to at least thank you for your help.

She's still pulling out her hair, but we're hopeful.
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by:knine
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She's on her way to Adaptec to pick up an Ultra 160 (2916on)type SCSI card to replace the 3940UW (she's had it with this device).  

Maybe just please post an answer so that we can then accept and close.  Thank you again.

BTW, since this 3940 UW SCSI card was more than she needed and used double resources for the 2 channels, it didn't work for her but is still good card.  Any idea who/how to sell or find a market for good used computer components?

Deidra
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dew_associates earned 100 total points
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Hi Deidra!

Thanks for the points dear, but I enjoying helping your mom, she's a great gal.

Since she is considering upgrading to a new system, tell her to hold onto that card for a while, it may prove useful!

By they way, tell your mom that I'm always available if she gets stumped. She doesn't like to impose, but its not an imposition!

Dennis
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by:knine
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I can see why she speaks so highly of you.  I'll pass on your information directly.

She's special to me too, and it bothers me to see her up to her eyebrows in computer parts or troubleshooting manuals so much of her life.  That said, these points are totally worth it to me to see that she has not only competent guidance, but someone else who cares as well and won't lead her up some beaten path.

Thank you.

Deidra
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Anytime Deidra!
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