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Old Dec 05, 2005, 08:52 PM
Insomniac Insomniac is offline
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Look who's talking.

At least I don't post crappy questions to show off.

Do a search and see how many of Gregoriev's posts go unanswered.

That's because you're a loser trying to show off, except you have nothing that is worth displaying.

You still haven't answered my question, again,

[b] "What program or application needs or uses more than 2 GB of memory?"[/b]

What an absolute jerkoff, "I want more memory than Windows can address"
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Old Dec 06, 2005, 08:49 AM
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There is no ONE program that I use that would require 2GB of memory, however it is more like an entire suite of software that I use constantly that needs alot of memory.

at any one time I have four or five apps running in the background while playing a game. nothing major, but here is the list:

*AIM
*AVG antivirus
*Norton antivirus
*Spybot resident
* Azerus
*Kazaa
* Firefox

and of course, I dont play any sissy games either. I play the likes of stronghold 2, halflife 2, doom 3, and civilization 4. Each with the highest graphics settings I can put in.
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Old Dec 06, 2005, 12:34 PM
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Glad you enjoyed wasting your life going through all my old posts insomniac...proves what a sad lonely little man you really are.

Here is one of insomniacs signitures from one of the many forums hes been banned from for being a gimp ( i think he was trying to be " funny" ) :


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Giving eulogies at strangers funerals, singing Achey Breakey Heart at karaoke.



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Old Dec 06, 2005, 05:16 PM
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I see your spelling and grammar is still at an 8 Year Old level.

That's OK, it suits your intellect.

Some of your old posts Stopp show what a little bottom feeding pond scum you are.


As far as you're concerned Gregoriev, I have all those programs running and more, but I still don't need more memory than Windows can address.

Anyway, if you are such an expert, why do you need help?

I'll tell you why, because you want to talk, debate and try to show off.

Unfortunately, you picked the wrong forum. There's hardly anyone here.
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Old Dec 06, 2005, 05:21 PM
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Oh and Stopp, "I just downloaded Gran Turismo and can't get it to work?"

And "Can you get disconnected from an MSN Chatroom?"

WHAT AN IDIOT
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