Charlie,I definitely identify with you! I have a Micron P266 running ME that shares the monitor with my new Dell D600 laptop. (KVM switches are great<g>.) I finally bit the bullet and went for an XP laptop, even if I could rebuild the P266 in about 2 hours. There comes a time when technology has advanced far enough that one needs to update at least one PC.I still keep the Micron around for copying CDs the new fangled laptop won't read. (No copyright protection in the old burner.) Besides, I have a project for next year (and beyond) - moving all our several hundred LPs to digital. I can't find many of them on any download service and refuse to pay for CDs of them - if I could find them on CD. When I can make the space I'll just spin LP's on a turntable attached to a pre-amp plugged into the Micron and capture 'em.What convinced me was being able to load our entire CD library on to an MP3 player smaller than a pack of cigarettes and taking it along on vacation. Plug it into the stereo in the rented house and "Instant Home"!
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