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General Discussion Area / Re: What is a HOLOX?
« on: Yesterday at 21:52:12 »
The HOLOX manual Ron
you have NOT read the HOROX manual  ;D
In the interests of things on the internet having to be accurate, do you mean HOLOX or HOROX?
touche  :y
obviously, Ron knows how to make Horlicks
it's written on the back of the jar  ;)

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How available are Omega parts these days I guess some are no longer available. Can you still get the suspension wishbones and are they still around 150 a side?
yes , quite cheap
do you want to know how much  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: What is a HOLOX?
« on: Yesterday at 21:47:44 »
The HOLOX manual Ron
you have NOT read the HOROX manual  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sensors
« on: Yesterday at 19:58:40 »
18:31 question
18:56 answer
You've been googling...haven't you. Yer dirty bastid  ;D
No, I keep koi carp and use a TDS meter to monitor water quality
along with ph meter and many chemical tests because Koi are very fussy about the quality of water they drink ,
then they pee n sh*t in it ,so water is recirculated via self-cleaning drum filter, biological filter aqueduct, to purify it

My dishwasher is not allowed to leave the kitchen till all the pots are clean , that's how mine works  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sensors
« on: Yesterday at 18:56:47 »
TDS
total dissolved solids sensor
or is this question just for Bazza ?  :P

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General Discussion Area / Re: That Wheeler Dealer Chap
« on: Yesterday at 18:47:59 »
Ed China is now doing "how to" videos along with a chap called Al Cox calling themselves BuiltbyMany.Plus writing a series of articles for Practical Classics magazine.They've got a Jag E-type coupe which has been repatriated from America that they're[with the help of others]restoring.
He was pushing cataclean for a while, a bottle of which I've just ordered to cleanse my DPF and make it last one million miles.  :)

or even Terraclean
which is completely different
I was talking to Baza, mind your own fickin business.  ;D
it's a forum ,on the internet , so I corrected your mistake
(because EVERYTHING on the internet has to be true and correct ) :y



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General Discussion Area / Re: What is a HOLOX?
« on: Yesterday at 18:39:56 »
I think I know its function - it has enabled you all to take the Michael Bliss out of me!  :-[ :-[ :-[

Ron.

It clearly states that internet forum members will "extract the urine" in the manual , which you clearly haven't read . ::)
fortunately,  the only computer equipment old enough to hack or communicate with your pc is safely under lock and key at the British Museum,  so don't panic  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: That Wheeler Dealer Chap
« on: Yesterday at 18:27:48 »
Ed China is now doing "how to" videos along with a chap called Al Cox calling themselves BuiltbyMany.Plus writing a series of articles for Practical Classics magazine.They've got a Jag E-type coupe which has been repatriated from America that they're[with the help of others]restoring.
He was pushing cataclean for a while, a bottle of which I've just ordered to cleanse my DPF and make it last one million miles.  :)

or even Terraclean
which is completely different

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General Discussion Area / Re: What is a HOLOX?
« on: Yesterday at 18:16:38 »

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But what can I use it for - apart fom the said suppository?!

Ron.

paperweight
 door stop 

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General Discussion Area / Re: What is a HOLOX?
« on: Yesterday at 18:04:32 »
It keeps flashing at me, but my PC doesn't report any activity.

Ron.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X3qYgVryyw
a bar of soap may be more useful ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: What is a HOLOX?
« on: Yesterday at 17:45:38 »
It's a paperweight Ron  :y
though it could be re-purposed,  at minimal cost, to become a door stop  ;D

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You have summed me up quite well, Dave!
Zirk, back when I was in gainful employment, in College, I used a printed circuit designing programme which had to have this Key plugged into its rear somewhere before it could even be opened. Some silly colleagues insisted on calling the thing a dongle.
Now, as I am likely to have a lot of photographic images to store and/or manipulate, would the D partition be a suitable place to keep them?

Ron.
just back up files like you always have Ron  :y


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I always partition C and D.

C gets 32GB-FAT32 and I install DOS7 first on that. Windows when goes on D. All programs get installed on D, and all my work/files go on C. For multi-boot I have all my work on C, and then multiple windows installations (Win2K-32, Win7-32, Win7-64, Win10-64), all in their own separate D partitions.

I'm sure with Ron's wealth of knowledge and experience of all things computer , he will have all that done in a few clicks of his mouse  :P

or,
he could  upgrade to win 10 ,back up his data on DVD ,flash drive or get an enclosure to re-use the drive from his d̶i̶f̶f̶e̶r̶e̶n̶c̶e̶ ̶e̶n̶g̶i̶n̶e̶  xp machhine  :-\

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