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  1. #81
    That powers it up, main isolator round he side, you then have to operate the Em stop and then last the blue button before you can do ANYTHING :-)

  2. #82
    Bloody he’ll need a degree to power up the bloody thing
    Ya gotta love Boxford
    That will explain why the schools never used the machines they would never figure out how to turn it on


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  3. #83
    Well its a good safety feature for them then :-D

  4. #84
    I've said this before but it's worth repeating:

    Many tears and hours of work can be saved when playing about with new operating systems or any other changes to an existing, working computer by buying a dual bay USB docking station and a spare HD as Clive has suggested. THE VERY FIRST THING YOU DO is use the docking station to make a clone of your currently working drive and put it somewhere safe. Now you can mess about to your heart's content, safe in the knowledge that it's all reversible.

    I've used this process several times over the years and the cost is negligible in comparison to the time and anguish it saves.

    How often have we all wanted there to be a nice big "UNDO LAST MISTAKE" button in our lives? For computers this is it.
    Engineering is the art of doing for ten shillings what any fool can do for a pound.
    Wellington.

  5. #85
    Hi Kitwn

    Thank you for a reminder, the first thing i did after getting it was to clone the hard drive :-) so i can relax a bit now

    Cheers

  6. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by BernieNUFC View Post
    Hi Kitwn

    Thank you for a reminder, the first thing i did after getting it was to clone the hard drive :-) so i can relax a bit now

    Cheers
    You're welcome. Good luck with the project.
    Engineering is the art of doing for ten shillings what any fool can do for a pound.
    Wellington.

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