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  1.    17 Oct 2015 #141

    Gary said: View Post
    Maybe I should change my user name to OldGary67 LOL
    That would mean......your 2 years older than me!!! That makes me feel a lot better....and younger... hehe
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  2.    17 Oct 2015 #142

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I always say "Learn new things, but, go with what you know".
    Yes I agree to a point, but we are never too old to learn new things, and thanks to you great folks on here, I am learning lots of new things, for that I am VERY thankful !!!
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       17 Oct 2015 #143

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    That would mean......your 2 years older than me!!! That makes me feel a lot better....and younger... hehe
    I am but I think there are users here older than me.
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  4.    17 Oct 2015 #144

    Gary said: View Post
    I am but I think there are users here older than me.
    Heck YES even I know that and I'm a newbe lol at least in their 70's
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       17 Oct 2015 #145

    Gary said: View Post
    Maybe I should change my user name to OldGary67 LOL
    Gary said: View Post
    I am but I think there are users here older than me.
    It always surprises me how old some of the members are here(I'll be 50 next month). Then I have to smile when a new member comes and says "I'm 60 and don't know much so walk me through2, or, "I had to... for my parents". It has nothing to do with age, it has to do with experience. Many of todays youth are not interested or care how how an OS works, so know even less in my experience. I will help, but age is not an excuse.
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       17 Oct 2015 #146

    You are right Cliff, the Millennials just what to make sure that Facebook is working, they can care less about the system that makes FB work.
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  7.    17 Oct 2015 #147

    Cliff S said: View Post
    It always surprises me how old some of the members are here(I'll be 50 next month). Then I have to smile when a new member comes and says "I'm 60 and don't know much so walk me through2, or, "I had to... for my parents". It has nothing to do with age, it has to do with experience. Many of todays youth are not interested or care how how an OS works, so know even less in my experience. I will help, but age is not an excuse.
    No I have to agree with that, I am 65 and been playing on computers since I was 30. I ran all kinds of OS's since those early years. I can remember when myself and one other person where I worked were the only two people with a computer back then. So I have some experience with computers, but not to the level of a lot of you folks!! I can take them apart, build a home brewed system from parts, but that is completely different than knowing all the in's and outs of the OS it self. That's where you guys that have spent many hours learning the insides of their OS and all the tweaks and config settings have a lot more knowledge than this "young man" which I do respect. Also some of you actually had schooling and IT experience, etc....cause it was part of your job maybe.....which makes you folks know far more than I ever will, and I have no problem admitting that.
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       18 Oct 2015 #148

    Getting my images up to date.

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  9.    18 Oct 2015 #149

    Okay, I have a small problem:
    I just recovered a botched W10 upgrade back to W8.0 using the recovery partition on an Asus desktop. I've installed almost all the 173+ windows updates, and now I've got Macrium on here to make an image of the work completed before I proceed to W8.1 and then W10. The problem is, Marcium is not seeing the 500GB Maxtor external HDD to put an image on it! Anyone know why?


    Edit: Solved. I ran a chkdsk on it, fixed quite a few errors, and now it's there. Probably shouldn't be using this disk for images, but it's all I have access to ATM...
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       18 Oct 2015 #150

    simrick said: View Post
    Okay, I have a small problem:
    I just recovered a botched W10 upgrade back to W8.0 using the recovery partition on an Asus desktop. I've installed almost all the 173+ windows updates, and now I've got Macrium on here to make an image of the work completed before I proceed to W8.1 and then W10. The problem is, Marcium is not seeing the 500GB Maxtor external HDD to put an image on it! Anyone know why?


    Edit: Solved. I ran a chkdsk on it, fixed quite a few errors, and now it's there. Probably shouldn't be using this disk for images, but it's all I have access to ATM...


    Yesterday I upgraded an 8.1 PC to 10. Right after the upgrade I wiped it out and did a clean install of 10 with the new license after upgrade. It's always nice to start fresh with a new OS. A good time to get rid of all the crap over time. Then I imaged a fresh install. I will create another image later when programs are installed.
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