Discussion in 'Diablo 2' started by Moose, Oct 29, 2001.
again. WTF is up with useast tonight? Is there a patch or something coming soon?
battle.net? whats that?
I am still a drooling addict. I really am not sure why. It is sooooo repedative, yet I keep coming back.
you wouldnt have to keep coming back if it didnt crash/disconnect all the time
hmmm I can't connect...
its nice that they included that first point
This is the main reason that I haven't been playing D2 much lately. The other is Fallout Tactics
I want that game for MAC...
i don't have any trouble connecting cause i don't even have means of connection hahahahaaa. i'm on a pc is so much faster than my imac, it loads pages like DAT
Oddly enough my situation is the exact opposite. My Winbox (PIII 500, 320 MB, 32 MB TNT2) renders wepages slower then my G4 400 tower. Of course they are both on DSL (since I finally shedded the dial-up connection!) so I have little problems with both!
well my imac is a g3 with a 56k modem, i dunno what this comp has
Not knowing what your computers have in them (i.e. buying retail <cough>Dell</cough>) is like the biggest sacrilage in hardcore gaming .
Aw jeez, not only is it a PC, its a mass-produced, off-the-shelf PC! You should be ashamed of yourself for even looking at these forums!
Hmm true but.... what do you think apple is going to turn into as soon as they have a huge damage for there systems? Like everyone else apple will get cought up in money and mass produce.... hopefully they will remeber what they are all about but... when enough money is temping them.... I bet they will mass-produce and have a lot of f-up systems
Charles... lol calm down and type correctly the sentence that you are trying to procure.
all computer components are mass produced. you don't see processors that say "hand made" on them, do you?
Hmmm, ya wulf .
i never said the pc i was on was mine, so how should i know or care what the modem is. in the library in my skool it's pc's, in the classrooms it's mostly imacs. right now i'm on a mac waiting for class
I have. But those never make it out of Intel. Actually they are called hand-carries - they get hand carried through the fab, have tools wait for them to get there, special recipes sometimes, etc. They are usually the very first wafers of a new stepping.
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