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    Been around for some time

    In my role of troubleshooter on Windows systems for the Hobby Computer Club in the Netherlands I stumbled upon this forum by researching some annoying BSODs in Windows 10.

    My experience with computers of all kind started in 1973 and I am looking out for my retirement to spend more time in this hobby.

    You can call me quite knowledgeable on various subjects relating to computers.


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    Re: Been around for some time

    Welcome to Sysnative!

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    Re: Been around for some time

    Welcome! :)


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    Re: Been around for some time

    Welcome to Sysnative Forums!

    Glad that you found us.

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