Originally posted by x-wing
[B]What do you guys say? Is it better to stop or not?
BTW, I have only a 400 98se box and 128mb. Money is tight atm, so can't afford to upgrade.
You're in the grey zone, I'd say.
When I was on my AMD K6-450 I'd take care not to do too much funny stuff.
If I'd be printing and burning, I'd watch the writer buffer very carefully and when the gauge was at 20% or so I'd pause printing untill it was up to a 100% and then continue printing again.
Scanning (SCSI scanner) and burning is pretty easy as long as I don't use a busmaster SCSI controller (one of my burnproof burners is a Sanyo SCSI BP3 burner) If I use my new Adaptec busmaster SCSI controller my whole system freezes while scanning:mad:
Nowadays:) (Thunderbird 1.4 Ghz, 512 Mb RAM, RAID controller, Burnproof burners) :)I only take care not to visit pirate's sites 'coz often they open windows that cannot be closed other then typing Alt Ctrl Del and click "end task" This wil probably generate a coaster (haven't tried it though).
Keep 'em burnin'
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