They are wonderful.!!!!!!!
Allan - U.K.
Thanks for your informative pages on sound cards.
Dear Michael Karbo,
My name is Tarnthip from Thailand. I was graduated at The University of The Thai Chamber of Commerce major in Computer Science.
I'm working on my own website which aim to give the visitors knowlege on computer technology.
I've gone through your site and found it's very interesting. This make me think of Thai translation of your work. I would like to ask your permission to traslate your work to Thai and may need to rearrage as appropriate for Thai readers. Do you have any concept or regulations regarding this ? If so, please, let me know.
Thank you in advance
Zum Inhalt brauch man nix sagen, wunderbar einfach, Kompliment.
Vielen Dank für Ihre Bemühungen
mit besten Grüßen
Excellent Web Site !!
Keep up the good work.
It is really amazing site.
We can say it's father of hardware sites
keep it up..
Thanks for your help in this!!!!!!!!
I am at present trying to learn about PC's & you have been a very great help with your Guides. Thank you very much. I will recommend you to all & sundry
David W. Sicling
Can you help by providing a solution to convert VHS to VCD .. the hardwares & softwares essential
Kudos to karbosguide.com. Salamat (Thanks)
- Ron CA, USA
Reg Fung USA.>
Additionally I would appreciate more detailed comparison charts with technical details, i.e.:
- all Intel Processors & other game player 9AMD etc.)
- overview of I/O bus structures
- as above for system bus clsocks, supporting chips.
This would help to position all the knowledge independent of listed marketing oriented benefits as Intel tends to public.
GREAT HELP for all presentations, tranings workshops etc.
Wojtek Wurzenberger (Germany)
It helps me gathering all I heard/read about PC HW.Thanks !
My son just got a Roland workstation and can't afford the Roland $500 cd burner. We were told that a digial sound card in a computer could be used to transfer files into our PC and then burn them on our regular cd burner.
Wish us luck.
A brilliant site, full of extremely useful info. Having had a good look around it, I wonder how I managed to build my own computer without checking here for first class advice.
Keep up the good work
You have extracted the essentials and put them all into a logical, easy to understand series of lessons.
This is a great, informative site with tons of info. One small thing, navigation is a pain until you get used to it. But i rate it 99%, thanks.
This site is great, lots of good stuff
ich muss sagen, das nenne ich eine informative seite!!!!
habe auch eine!! www.source-codes.de.vu. Uns ich brauche auch noch was für meine 486 -Seite: www.486-welt.de.vu
Eine liebevoll gestaltete Seite. Das muss man wirklich sagen!
This is the best site I've ever seen. Information here is very knowledgeable. I would like to say thank you for your work.
Your site is my homepage now.
Hello, I am finding your site from a link in a CramSession Document on A+ Hardware Certification. So I, as usual, am investigating your details because I want to link to your site. But also I am interested in Writing of Technical books and Electronic versions. I have not quite got into this as a profession yet, and have been working as Systems Admin and Network Admin type of jobs. But I have written Tech Support Pages for ISP's.
I wanted to mention that I have been on a US site, learn.com ... which offers to pay for writing articles. I emailed them once about writing of Technical Articles, but received no response. I wonder if you (or we together?) might have better luck. Even if it doesn't pay enough, perhaps it will lead to more exposure which may be sighted by other publisher(s).
Another idea is O'Reilly and Associates. www.oreilly.com. They've been a CORE Unix tech publisher for a long time, but these days have a much broader area of subjects.
Your material so far seems very readable, knowledgeable, and helpful. (I've been reading Disks and Drives section thus far...)
Alan G. Spicer (firstname.lastname@example.org)