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Must be one of those pre-MPRII models. Submitted by Kelly McDowell,
486 DX33 4MB, 130MB HD, Conner tape backup, sound card, Zeos 14" high risk VGA monitor, mouse, all software manuals...
Push Really Hard
If you're still having trouble trying to force this three-pronged plug into the back of your new computer, try a pair of metal shears (sold separately). Submitted by Matt Wilson and Rosanne Thompson, Ottumwa, Iowa
Shockingly Easy Upgrades
Now you can-ouch!-add RAM on the fly. Submitted by Frank W. Furman III, Easthampton, Mass.
The Ultimate Printer
Hewlett Packard LaserJet IIP
-- 8,000 page per minute monthly duty cycle
-- 300 dpi text and graphics
-- 16 MHz internal processor
Epson Stylus 500 Color
Combine the print speed of this HP with the resolution of this Epson and you've got yourself one incredible printer. Submitted by Jimmy V. Danesi, Rolling Meadows, Ill., and Magell Candelaria, Lewisville, Tex.
Go to www.connect.net/trish/ to pay homage to the Science of MooOlogy page.
Spell-Check Suggestion o' the Month
Submitted by James Bickers, Louisville, Ky.
It's What You Don't Know That Counts
Minimize your OS/2 Warp know-how and your value to your company...
This pitch for New Riders Publishing's latest OS/2 Warp book says a mouthful. Submitted by Hugh Walker, Roanoke, Va.
While you're out Net surfing, be on the lookout for amusing sites. If we publish one of your picks we'll send you a cool WinMag mug and T-shirt. Send submissions to Nancy A. Lang at the e-mail addresses here.
Copyright (c) 1997 CMP Media Inc.
Windows Magazine, March 1997, page 297.