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Old 26 Dec 2008, 10:09 AM   #1
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For those who don't know, jdobbs has released his first go at BD Rebuilder, which has been in the works for some time now.

It is a beta (in fact, parts are possibly at alpha level). Bug reports and download details here.

Many thanks to jdobbs!

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Old 28 Dec 2008, 07:18 AM   #4
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Hi Blu,

THANKS ... I usually don't look for the New Posts ... but this time I decided to do it ... and I am GLAD that I did.

BTW, what would be the minimum CPU speed that anyone would recommend to use with this proggy. Sinc eI am only using a T5750 in my laptop now ... but my Socket is "P" so I can go all the way up to T9300 or may be even more.

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It's gunna be an all night affair, irrespective gonwk. The more ghrunt, the better though. And watch for heat on those laptops. It better be rock solid over 15 hours or so.

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Hi Blu,

Thanks! I guess I better get with the plan and build me, or buy me a Desktop!

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One with lotsa grunt mate. A quad core with stacks of memory would be the go.

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I've been playing with BD RB along with a few online buddies and it seems to be coming along quite well. The attempt at capturing menus is quite a lofty goal, but I suspect that jdobbs will catch enough of them to make it a choice. Of course with the exception of Music concerts I've never really cared for menu's and extras so it makes no difference to me.
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@ Poetepes73

the intention of a forum post is a general discussion of certain topics/issues

in your case i can neither see which of the previous user your are "talking" to, then i ask myself what your response has to do with any of the said taken into account that the last reply was posted month ago and last but not least: pm'ing cannot be in the interest of the forum in case we are dealing with anything ON TOPIC as other readers cannot participate.

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