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bio website happyhamstercomputers.com
location Portland, OR
age 30
visits member for 5 years, 7 months
seen Jul 13 '09 at 16:15
My name is Zac Cramer, I am the owner of Happy Hamster Computer Repair. We are a small (5 team member) on-site computer repair company in Portland.

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comment Windows XP motherboard upgrade - won't allow user to validate installation
machines were both custom built, no OEM involved.
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comment Windows XP motherboard upgrade - won't allow user to validate installation
nods at Sam Cogan exactly.
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comment Windows XP motherboard upgrade - won't allow user to validate installation
can't get there
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comment Two identical displays, two identical graphics cards, totally different picture quality
installed a PCI-E card and new drivers for it, that fixed it. Go figure, thanks!@
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comment Two identical displays, two identical graphics cards, totally different picture quality
I am going to plug in a PCI-E and we'll see what happens
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comment Two identical displays, two identical graphics cards, totally different picture quality
no other programs, all sliders are even
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comment Two identical displays, two identical graphics cards, totally different picture quality
both PCI, identical cards, third card I tried also identical
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comment Two identical displays, two identical graphics cards, totally different picture quality
No, sorry. The LCD's are identical, both are reset to factory defaults, and both are set to "RED" at 50%, plus this happened even with a third, unrelated display.
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asked Two identical displays, two identical graphics cards, totally different picture quality