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Can't wait to get this thing hooked up in my booth. So much nostalgia.

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So, my mid-2012 13” MBP has been getting slower and slower lately. Could barely handle booting up and being fully operational in less than 5 minutes, let alone run Lightroom and edit photos.

Physically it’s perfectly fine. Just was running slow.

Bought a 1TB Samsung 860 Evo SSD and doubled the RAM from 8 gigs to 16.

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$260 investment that should get me a couple more years out of it before I have to replace it now. I tested the reboot time this morning and it’s under 20 seconds. :fuckyeah:
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Mon Apr 29, 2019 2:46 pm
So, my mid-2012 13” MBP has been getting slower and slower lately. Could barely handle booting up and being fully operational in less than 5 minutes, let alone run Lightroom and edit photos.

Physically it’s perfectly fine. Just was running slow.

Bought a 1TB Samsung 860 Evo SSD and doubled the RAM from 8 gigs to 16.

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$260 investment that should get me a couple more years out of it before I have to replace it now. I tested the reboot time this morning and it’s under 20 seconds. :fuckyeah:
Oh, wow...I have a late 2011 that's having the same issues. I've debated this, but have hesitated. Perhaps I should make the move.
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My guess would be that Chris took some time off because he has read the dialogue on this page 1,345 times and decided to spend some of his free time doing something besides beating a horse to death.

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Mon Apr 29, 2019 2:46 pm
So, my mid-2012 13” MBP has been getting slower and slower lately. Could barely handle booting up and being fully operational in less than 5 minutes, let alone run Lightroom and edit photos.

Physically it’s perfectly fine. Just was running slow.

Bought a 1TB Samsung 860 Evo SSD and doubled the RAM from 8 gigs to 16.

Image

$260 investment that should get me a couple more years out of it before I have to replace it now. I tested the reboot time this morning and it’s under 20 seconds. :fuckyeah:
Oh, wow...I have a late 2011 that's having the same issues. I've debated this, but have hesitated. Perhaps I should make the move.
Mine is a mid-2009 iirc. It’ll be getting this treatment at some point. Try to get another 5 years out of it.
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Oh, wow...I have a late 2011 that's having the same issues. I've debated this, but have hesitated. Perhaps I should make the move.
Mine is a mid-2009 iirc. It’ll be getting this treatment at some point. Try to get another 5 years out of it.
Biggest sticking point for me is I have it setup to dual boot OSX and Windows 7. I really don't want to buy the operating systems again and don't own them anymore.
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Mine is a mid-2009 iirc. It’ll be getting this treatment at some point. Try to get another 5 years out of it.
Biggest sticking point for me is I have it setup to dual boot OSX and Windows 7. I really don't want to buy the operating systems again and don't own them anymore.
I’m far from a tech guy, but could you load them to an external hard drive and then reboot off of that onto the SSD you put in your MacBook?
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Biggest sticking point for me is I have it setup to dual boot OSX and Windows 7. I really don't want to buy the operating systems again and don't own them anymore.
I’m far from a tech guy, but could you load them to an external hard drive and then reboot off of that onto the SSD you put in your MacBook?
That's the thought, but I don't know how to do that. I can barely use an iPhone.

I used to be super techy and just lost interest over the years. Now I know nothing.
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Mon Apr 29, 2019 2:46 pm
So, my mid-2012 13” MBP has been getting slower and slower lately. Could barely handle booting up and being fully operational in less than 5 minutes, let alone run Lightroom and edit photos.

Physically it’s perfectly fine. Just was running slow.

Bought a 1TB Samsung 860 Evo SSD and doubled the RAM from 8 gigs to 16.

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$260 investment that should get me a couple more years out of it before I have to replace it now. I tested the reboot time this morning and it’s under 20 seconds. :fuckyeah:
I did the RAM upgrade to my MBP and it made a nice difference. I should SSD, but find that I have been grabbing my iPad mini lately for random internet surfing...

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I bought the wife a $280 Lenovo Chromebook that does everything she or I could want. She loves it. That's the same price as "fixing" my bigger and heavier MBP. I should probably just get another Chromebook, or just use hers :scrooge:
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For years I thought I was maxed out on RAM - Apple had said years ago that 8 gigs was the physical max for this computer.

Then I found out the other day that it'll handle 16 with the current OS. :troywax: mode activated.
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I bought the wife a $280 Lenovo Chromebook that does everything she or I could want. She loves it. That's the same price as "fixing" my bigger and heavier MBP. I should probably just get another Chromebook, or just use hers :scrooge:
I've been using a $200 HP Chromebook for 3 years exclusively. It's really all I need.

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This 'puter talk reminds me that I recently bought a new battery for my Dell Inspiron 13" 2 in 1. Watched a short vid on the 'Tubes on how to remove the battery and it was easy to do. :csb:

The one :rage: part of this little tale is that I purposely wanted an OEM Dell battery which I found on a site called Laptop Battery Factory at about half the price of what was on the Dell site. I confirmed with the online chat moran that this was indeed an OEM Dell battery and she assured me that it was. Guess what I found when it delivered? Yep, some no-name generic. I got on their chat and :rage: for a while and she apologized and said they'll send me a return address label so I could send the wrong one back and meanwhile they'll send out the correct one. 3 days later I still didn't get the return label but I did get an email saying the replacement battery shipped and reminding me that if I don't send the original one back I'd be charged for both. :triggered: Hopped back on the the chat and expressed my frustration at their inability to send a simple emailed return label. She said she'd talk to her manager again blah blah blah. This was pretty late in the evening so I went to bed. Next morning I got an email saying I could keep the original battery gratis. How stupid is it that they'd rather give me the damn thing than email me a simple return label which they originally said they would. :fullretard:
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This 'puter talk reminds me that I recently bought a new battery for my Dell Inspiron 13" 2 in 1. Watched a short vid on the 'Tubes on how to remove the battery and it was easy to do. :csb:

The one :rage: part of this little tale is that I purposely wanted an OEM Dell battery which I found on a site called Laptop Battery Factory at about half the price of what was on the Dell site. I confirmed with the online chat moran that this was indeed an OEM Dell battery and she assured me that it was. Guess what I found when it delivered? Yep, some no-name generic. I got on their chat and :rage: for a while and she apologized and said they'll send me a return address label so I could send the wrong one back and meanwhile they'll send out the correct one. 3 days later I still didn't get the return label but I did get an email saying the replacement battery shipped and reminding me that if I don't send the original one back I'd be charged for both. :triggered: Hopped back on the the chat and expressed my frustration at their inability to send a simple emailed return label. She said she'd talk to her manager again blah blah blah. This was pretty late in the evening so I went to bed. Next morning I got an email saying I could keep the original battery gratis. How stupid is it that they'd rather give me the damn thing than email me a simple return label which they originally said they would. :fullretard:
Probably a tiny company that didn't want a flaming review added to their site.

Or, they weren't really setup for returns and decided to just not deal with it. I had a similar situation of some stuff I bought from a 3rd party seller on Amazon for bulk pack (20 pcs) of some recessed lighting cans. The dude could barely speak/type English and was trying to be a hard ass, so I looked up his address from the shipping label. It ended up being a house in Beverly Hills (not a nice house, a rundown POS) with a jacked up ricer Mercedes SL convertible in the driveway from the Google Street view. I told him I was going to LA the next week and would bring them and wanted my money and that I wasn't going to leave his brick porch or might sit on his black MB until he showed up. Within 20 minutes I had a shipment notification for the right parts and an email telling me to keep the others.
I'm on my last bag of peas.

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This 'puter talk reminds me that I recently bought a new battery for my Dell Inspiron 13" 2 in 1. Watched a short vid on the 'Tubes on how to remove the battery and it was easy to do. :csb:

The one :rage: part of this little tale is that I purposely wanted an OEM Dell battery which I found on a site called Laptop Battery Factory at about half the price of what was on the Dell site. I confirmed with the online chat moran that this was indeed an OEM Dell battery and she assured me that it was. Guess what I found when it delivered? Yep, some no-name generic. I got on their chat and :rage: for a while and she apologized and said they'll send me a return address label so I could send the wrong one back and meanwhile they'll send out the correct one. 3 days later I still didn't get the return label but I did get an email saying the replacement battery shipped and reminding me that if I don't send the original one back I'd be charged for both. :triggered: Hopped back on the the chat and expressed my frustration at their inability to send a simple emailed return label. She said she'd talk to her manager again blah blah blah. This was pretty late in the evening so I went to bed. Next morning I got an email saying I could keep the original battery gratis. How stupid is it that they'd rather give me the damn thing than email me a simple return label which they originally said they would. :fullretard:
Probably a tiny company that didn't want a flaming review added to their site.

Or, they weren't really setup for returns and decided to just not deal with it. I had a similar situation of some stuff I bought from a 3rd party seller on Amazon for bulk pack (20 pcs) of some recessed lighting cans. The dude could barely speak/type English and was trying to be a hard ass, so I looked up his address from the shipping label. It ended up being a house in Beverly Hills (not a nice house, a rundown POS) with a jacked up ricer Mercedes SL convertible in the driveway from the Google Street view. I told him I was going to LA the next week and would bring them and wanted my money and that I wasn't going to leave his brick porch or might sit on his black MB until he showed up. Within 20 minutes I had a shipment notification for the right parts and an email telling me to keep the others.
:lolol: :impressive:

You're probably right. I got the small company feeling, too.

BTW, what's your thought on using a generic no-name replacement battery in my laptop? Should I expect any issues? Since I'm keeping it I'd like to at least know it would be safe to use some day when the new one shits the bed.
:wap: Where are these mangos?

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Probably a tiny company that didn't want a flaming review added to their site.

Or, they weren't really setup for returns and decided to just not deal with it. I had a similar situation of some stuff I bought from a 3rd party seller on Amazon for bulk pack (20 pcs) of some recessed lighting cans. The dude could barely speak/type English and was trying to be a hard ass, so I looked up his address from the shipping label. It ended up being a house in Beverly Hills (not a nice house, a rundown POS) with a jacked up ricer Mercedes SL convertible in the driveway from the Google Street view. I told him I was going to LA the next week and would bring them and wanted my money and that I wasn't going to leave his brick porch or might sit on his black MB until he showed up. Within 20 minutes I had a shipment notification for the right parts and an email telling me to keep the others.
:lolol: :impressive:

You're probably right. I got the small company feeling, too.

BTW, what's your thought on using a generic no-name replacement battery in my laptop? Should I expect any issues? Since I'm keeping it I'd like to at least know it would be safe to use some day when the new one shits the bed.
Honestly, it's probably built in the same factory as the original and just lacks the sticker that says Dell. I would just try to pay attention to see if it runs hotter. If so, I would likely try to replace it.
I'm on my last bag of peas.

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:lolol: :impressive:

You're probably right. I got the small company feeling, too.

BTW, what's your thought on using a generic no-name replacement battery in my laptop? Should I expect any issues? Since I'm keeping it I'd like to at least know it would be safe to use some day when the new one shits the bed.
Honestly, it's probably built in the same factory as the original and just lacks the sticker that says Dell. I would just try to pay attention to see if it runs hotter. If so, I would likely try to replace it.
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Thanks. I have the OEM one in now and it's functioning fine. If anything, the fan seems to run less frequently than it did with the original battery. If/when I have to switch to the generic, I'll keep an eye on how often the fan runs and how hot it feels underneath.
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:lolol: :impressive:

You're probably right. I got the small company feeling, too.

BTW, what's your thought on using a generic no-name replacement battery in my laptop? Should I expect any issues? Since I'm keeping it I'd like to at least know it would be safe to use some day when the new one shits the bed.
Honestly, it's probably built in the same factory as the original and just lacks the sticker that says Dell. I would just try to pay attention to see if it runs hotter. If so, I would likely try to replace it.
What are your thoughts on Spyderco?

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Honestly, it's probably built in the same factory as the original and just lacks the sticker that says Dell. I would just try to pay attention to see if it runs hotter. If so, I would likely try to replace it.
What are your thoughts on Spyderco?
I like them. I have about 10 or 12 of them and they are great. I tend to only buy the ones made in Golden, Colorado, but the ones out of the Taichung factory in Taiwan get good reviews and I have a couple from there that aren't bad. I just like the label on the ones from Colorado:

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What are your thoughts on Spyderco?
I like them. I have about 10 or 12 of them and they are great. I tend to only buy the ones made in Golden, Colorado, but the ones out of the Taichung factory in Taiwan get good reviews and I have a couple from there that aren't bad. I just like the label on the ones from Colorado:

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How can easily tell? I'm considering the para 2 or delica 4. I don't see the stamp on blade hq.

Or is that only for the high dollar ones?

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I know you're down on Benchmade right now but I really want a Bailout.

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I like them. I have about 10 or 12 of them and they are great. I tend to only buy the ones made in Golden, Colorado, but the ones out of the Taichung factory in Taiwan get good reviews and I have a couple from there that aren't bad. I just like the label on the ones from Colorado:

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How can easily tell? I'm considering the para 2 or delica 4. I don't see the stamp on blade hq.

Or is that only for the high dollar ones?
Para 2 and 3 are USA made.

https://www.spyderco.com/catalog/category/usa-made

I have a Para 2 in Blurple and it's great.

Would Bugput before Bailout.
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I like them. I have about 10 or 12 of them and they are great. I tend to only buy the ones made in Golden, Colorado, but the ones out of the Taichung factory in Taiwan get good reviews and I have a couple from there that aren't bad. I just like the label on the ones from Colorado:

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How can easily tell? I'm considering the para 2 or delica 4. I don't see the stamp on blade hq.

Or is that only for the high dollar ones?
delica is always best.

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How can easily tell? I'm considering the para 2 or delica 4. I don't see the stamp on blade hq.

Or is that only for the high dollar ones?
Para 2 and 3 are USA made.

https://www.spyderco.com/catalog/category/usa-made

I have a Para 2 in Blurple and it's great.

Would Bugput before Bailout.
Do you sharpen your blades yourself? What do you use?

I have a lansky system but it doesn't really work for me. I bought a few stones on Amazon yesterday to try them out.

This is fuckin' wild. I don't know if I posted or not but a few months back I distinctly remember thinking to myself how crazy I thought you were for buying pocket knives. Then I bought a cheap one and realize I use it more than 90% of the other shit I waste money on.

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This is fuckin' wild. I don't know if I posted or not but a few months back I distinctly remember thinking to myself how crazy I thought you were for buying pocket knives. Then I bought a cheap one and realize I use it more than 90% of the other shit I waste money on.

Years ago on a whim I got a Gerber pocketknife for like, $70 in the check out line at Lowe's. They had a nice display case, and I was like... Fuck, Treat y0self mother fucker!"
So I did. And I used the living shit out of that knife more than I could of imagined. I never even needed one before that, and just bought it because it looked cool (I think I was about 20 years old). Crazy how I went from never really needing one to whipping it out 2-3 times a day for opening or cutting stuff.

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This is fuckin' wild. I don't know if I posted or not but a few months back I distinctly remember thinking to myself how crazy I thought you were for buying pocket knives. Then I bought a cheap one and realize I use it more than 90% of the other shit I waste money on.

Years ago on a whim I got a Gerber pocketknife for like, $70 in the check out line at Lowe's. They had a nice display case, and I was like... Fuck, Treat y0self mother fucker!"
So I did. And I used the living shit out of that knife more than I could of imagined. I never even needed one before that, and just bought it because it looked cool (I think I was about 20 years old). Crazy how I went from never really needing one to whipping it out 2-3 times a day for opening or cutting stuff.
:dat:

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