First upgrade done!

@alberello75 (17119)
Genova, Italy
March 6, 2018 5:38am CST
In the coming months, I wanted to make three upgrades to my system 1) Add 4GB RAM, for a total of 8 GB ---- DONE today! (Added RAM-cards, DDR3, like those in the picture) 2) Change hard disk with the new SSD (Solid State Drive, NAND technology) system For those who do not know what it is, I leave a link, kindly taken from Wikipedia 3) Internet, superfast with fiber-optic connection, to 1Gigabyte / second download speed As said the first was done today, for a cost of 40 €, now I own 8GB RAM. One problem for my "project". This: My parents seized all my money! (This, in my view, is not good!). They did it to prevent me, with my money, from doing "bad" use. For example, to give money to my brother or buy alcohol or cigarettes (harmful to my health!). With my few possibilities, in the coming months, I should be able to perform every upgrade. Image font: Google-images
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@sharon6345 (121296)
• United States
6 Mar
Good for you having parents that put your needs first. Blessed as you are I am sure you see that.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
They seized my money. However this, to me, is not very good!
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@sharon6345 (121296)
• United States
6 Mar
@alberello75 I am very sorry for that upsetting issue. i guess it was not that good after all.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
@sharon6345 No, it's not nice not being able to dispose of my own money! But if my parents took such decisions, everything is in order, for my own sake (at least so they think)
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@LadyDuck (151795)
• Switzerland
6 Mar
I do not use SSD because they have less storage capacity. I need to store a lot of data.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
Yes. But they are 100 times faster. They have no disc inside. Everything works with micriprocessors
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
@thehousewife So, do you prefer traditional SATA hard drives?
@LadyDuck (151795)
• Switzerland
6 Mar
@thehousewife I know, but if your SSD is damaged is almost impossible to recover the data. It is a lot easier using a HD. I do not need greater speed for what I do with my computer. I need safety.
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@just4him (112912)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
8 Mar
It's good you got it all upgraded and taken care of.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
8 Mar
Exactly. You know, in my life, I have not many passions, but that of the computer, instead.
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@just4him (112912)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
8 Mar
@alberello75 It's good you have a passion for computers as you are on it a lot.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
8 Mar
@just4him Yes, we can say that I am "born" with this passion. Since I was a child, when at the age of 11, my father gave me my first computer. It was Commodore 16 (surely you've heard of it).
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@iridion9 (6912)
• Philippines
6 Mar
You should assemble mining rigs. Will generate money for you. You can start 1 cpu and 1 super fast GPU.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
Thanks but. How can I assemble mining rigs? Any suggestions?
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@iridion9 (6912)
• Philippines
6 Mar
@alberello75 Below is the link . Let me know once you are successful running it and generating money.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
@iridion9 Thank you for the link But that is technology too complicated for me. I took the "Hardware technician" patent in 2004. I would say that modern computer systems are really different ...
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@mydanods (6762)
• Nigeria
7 Mar
You can talk to your parents about your money. Try to understand why they did a thing like that and try to look at things from their point of view. Remember that your parents have your best interests at heart.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
7 Mar
Yes, my parents love me, I love them. Obviously, if I use my money badly, they must also take extreme measures. I can only prove to them, to change and promise to make good use of my money. But the choice, however, remains for them.
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@mydanods (6762)
• Nigeria
7 Mar
@alberello75 So, what will happen to your computer upgrade?
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
7 Mar
@mydanods First upgrade, 8GB done! In April I will install SSD hard-disk. Within a month, I should have superfast internet. It is only a matter of time...
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
22 Mar
Given what you have said about your spending habits. It is probably wise that your parents took your money. They are trying to make you see there is more important stuff for you to spend your money on.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
22 Mar
Why, maybe spend on the computer, which is something very interesting to me, you do not think it appropriate?
• Ponce De Leon, Florida
23 Mar
@alberello75 not when you complain that you do not have enough money to survive on.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
23 Mar
@thislittlepennyearns You see. My situation is a bit anomalous. I do not lack the money to survive today, because, for that, my parents still think about it. At least as long as they live. My personal money, are those € 292 / month of allowance that I perceive. But since I, with those I did in any case a not entirely correct use, my parents, at least for now, have decided to withdraw them.
@aureliah (14842)
6 Mar
You better show your parents that you are responsible so that they can release the money
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
They may change their mind in the future. Currently they seem unmovable. But I have to understand that, they do this for me, for my well-being
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@aureliah (14842)
7 Mar
@alberello75 Yes its for your best. Show them that you can be responsible.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
7 Mar
@aureliah That's what I have to try to do, to earn our trust.
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@toniganzon (49159)
• Philippines
6 Mar
I have no idea with this kind of thing but I know I own a MacBook Pro 8Gb and it seems to be super quite fast.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
6 Mar
The Macintosh is definitely better than PCs.
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@toniganzon (49159)
• Philippines
6 Mar
@alberello75 Yeah that's why when I turned to Mac almost 7 years ago, I decided never to go back.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
7 Mar
@toniganzon Even many other people actually did the same thing.
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@kepweng (13227)
10 May
are you a computer programmer?
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
10 May
No. I'm just passionate about computers, and in general, about new technologies.
@kepweng (13227)
21 May
@alberello75 nice i think its your work??
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
21 May
@kepweng At the moment no, but perhaps, soon it could become. I hope.
@jstory07 (65991)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Mar
I hope you are able to do your upgrades.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
9 Mar
you see. In 2004, I took the "hardware technician" patent. But after 14 years, you can understand that the technology and architecture of modern PCs has changed significantly! I have not done refresher courses. So now I would not be able, by myself, to make changes or repairs to a computer. But the patent, however, that remains me!
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@jstory07 (65991)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Mar
@alberello75 That is good.
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@SIMPLYD (78616)
• Philippines
10 Mar
At least now, you have upgraded your projectl. Good thing, you know how to do these things. You are blessed to have parents who still gives you money.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
10 Mar
My parents? Ok they mantain me. But do not believe that they give to me, extra-money, because it is not the truth. But anyway, I always have to thank them.
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@snowy22315 (45413)
• United States
8 Mar
That is awesome!
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
8 Mar
Yes, step by step, with the few economic possibilities I have available....
@Corbin5 (102847)
• United States
6 Mar
Well, it is good to know you will be able to perform every upgrade in the coming months. Your good health is very important to your parents.
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@alberello75 (17119)
• Genova, Italy
7 Mar
Obviously, health first of all, that is without a doubt. Although, my parents should think that, a 42-year-old man like me, it is very shameful that he leaves the house without money, not even having the opportunity to be able to get a coffee.
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@kobesbuddy (43518)
• East Tawas, Michigan
6 Mar
Your parents love you, they don't want you to harm yourself, in any way! It's wonderful, you are doing all these upgrades to your computer, how nice
@marlina (72624)
• Canada
6 Mar
I do not understand technology very much.