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Congrats to these guys for breaking the 20 Million mark...

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devan

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On the flip side, we're losing team members faster than we're gaining members...lets see if we can't round up some folks, old or new.

 

Fold On!

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

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bet you never dreamed you'd ever get close to that number when you first started folding. :mrgreen:

 

:filtered: :clap:

 

:b33r:

 

50 Million was unatainable back in 03 when I first started Folding for 200 points per week. We have come a long way. Thanks for the support from all of you.

 

Fold ON! :yup:

Edited by cmstpprr

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Congrats to...

muttonhunter - 9 Million mark

oftentired - 1 Million mark

nigsy and shogan191 - 900k mark

danielthechskid - 400k mark

Tony_Traill - 300k mark

DianaLyon and GreenColonel - 30k mark

JustinP - 10k mark

MrKez - 2k mark

 

Doing a great job folks!!

 

Fold On!!

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

 

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I really do need to work on getting my head around a *new* definition of :filtered: :yup::yikes:

 

ditto :note2:

 

and thanks for the kudos

and wth everyone

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Congrats to...

muttonhunter - 9 Million mark

oftentired - 1 Million mark

nigsy and shogan191 - 900k mark

danielthechskid - 400k mark

Tony_Traill - 300k mark

DianaLyon and GreenColonel - 30k mark

JustinP - 10k mark

MrKez - 2k mark

 

Doing a great job folks!!

 

Fold On!!

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

 

 

Thank you :note2:

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Takes about 4 days to complete the 7 million step WUs on this machine, nice points for the work though.

Can get the smaller 250k step units done about 1 per day.

I can't wait to get my quad core machine up and running.

 

My biggest concern at this point is that I still have not yet got to change out the bad capacitor on this AOpen P4 mobo. Seems that 1 bad cap is enough to be like cancer to a computer... 2 more just started venting off the other day :yucky:

 

Kinda surprised I made it to 10k on this old dying P4 machine :P

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well done justin, perseverance is what we need, look forward to seeing you jump up the team rankings faster when you get your new hardware.

:clap:

 

:b33r:

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thanks terry, I would have just made the repair myself on my Asus M4N78 Pro.. but the problem is a few missing pieces from the reverse side of the board. looks like part of the chipset circuit, so that would explain why the board would not POST even though it's never been used. (also explains why my friend was willing to give it for free :laughing:)

 

not too hard to change capacitors and such if you have basic soldering knowledge.. but not easy to replace those tiny little ones. so best leave that to the repair center and hope that's the only problem.

 

I've got just about everything all prepared here though to repair this AOpen board. So probably when next WU finishes I'll shut down to pull the mobo and get it all fixed up.

 

:b33r:

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Well now, Congrats to Tony_Traill for passing the 900k mark

and GreenColonel for passing the 100k mark

and biscayne454 for passing the 10k mark

 

And to all the rest of you....you're doing Fantastic!!

 

 

Fold On People!!

 

 

p.s. those old Biscayne's were sharp cars!!

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

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Well, somewhere along the way I missed this...BUT, my old fishing/Folding buddy Guns has surpassed the 70 Million mark!!

Hat's off to ya' bro'!!

 

 

Fold On!!

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

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