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motherboard died

If anyone noticed the site not being updated today it was due to a hardware failure. I've been getting warning signs from my motherboard for a while and it finally gave up the ghost today.

If anyone has an abandoned amd_64 agp motherboard they ain't using no more, I'd appreciate the donation. Smile

If anyone is interested in sending me one, you can Email me for shipping address.

Also, of course monetary donations will be gladly accepted.

Thanks,
srlinuxx

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