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    Lastest mognuts version

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      Lastest mognuts version

      On the latest version of Mognuts

      Sky Netgear DG834GT utility version 0.4

      There is an option to change yourself to ADSL2+, could this screw up your router by chance or even your internet connection?

      I'm just curious as I don't want to touch things that may mess things up, thus resulting in my parents blaming me?!

      I'm on G.DMT or whatever it is at the moment.


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      Re: Lastest mognuts version

      If you're on G.DMT then you can't change it yourself to ADSL2+. If you try the router won't connect. It won't damage your router or mess up your internet connection (other than not being able to connect until you change it back to G.DMT).

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      Re: Lastest mognuts version

      Well, that is rather gay lol. Ow well, cheers anyway.

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      Re: Lastest mognuts version

      I remember when I was younger, you sometimes used to hear old people use the word "gay" to mean happy, lighthearted and carefree. And you'd say something like, "Gran! You can't use the word "gay" like that anymore - it means something completely different nowadays!" And Gran would say something silly like, "Oh dear, that's such a shame."

      Little did I know that many years later, I'd end up being the one who's confused.

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      Re: Lastest mognuts version

      James, Its not just words like Gay that have had their meanings changed.

      Try, Bell End* ect,

      (Sorry if Bell End offends anyone)


      * I wont post what it means, but a quick visit to Urban Dictionary might help.

     

     

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