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Old 04-30-2005, 07:15 PM   #11
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I remember my old 486 had a turbo button. That was eons ago.
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mmmm 486 DX. Mine still has it.. too bad it really doesn't work much anymore :(. Made a great server. Probably pissed everyone off who accessed it. Took like 5 minutes to load anything.

Is the button a key [like A, B, or C], or a button [like to access your mail program, or to turn the PC on]?


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mmmm 486 DX. Mine still has it.. too bad it really doesn't work much anymore :(. Made a great server. Probably pissed everyone off who accessed it. Took like 5 minutes to load anything.

Is the button a key [like A, B, or C], or a button [like to access your mail program, or to turn the PC on]?


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button is a key. if you look at the pics on the page i linked to, you will notice that it shares with the right shift. and also, i have a power button on the keyboard, along with loads of others too.
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Hmm... sounds like a gaming button more than anything. If you press it, and nothing happens, then that'* what it is; nothing.

If you game, try it during a game, see if it does anything.


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