[Solved] Nvidia Gforce video card

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  • #123557
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    Brian Masinick

      I removed the last picture for you.

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      Brian Masinick

      #123940
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      nestorgbl

        Thanks!
        But really I want to know how to remove wrongly posted attachments.
        My Granny used to say:
        quote “you give a hungry man a fish and you helped him one day, you teach him how to fish and you helped him for life…” /quote
        Thanks again
        NB

        #123941
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        Brian Masinick

          Thanks!
          But really I want to know how to remove wrongly posted attachments.
          My Granny used to say:
          quote “you give a hungry man a fish and you helped him one day, you teach him how to fish and you helped him for life…” /quote
          Thanks again
          NB

          Sometimes if you access your post soon enough, you can hover near the image you want to access and there will be some selections, including one to delete it. If this ONLY appears for moderators and administrators, then you will not see it. Since I’ve been a moderator since we started using the current forum software, I’m not positive what the controls and appearance look like in all cases for ordinary users; try what I mention, that is, to hover over an image you’ve created, and see if there are any nearby controls that appear; if yes, then you can use them; if no, it means the post must be moderated in order to change it.

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          Brian Masinick

          #123942
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          Brian Masinick

            an example looks like this:

            20231112_235641-scaled.jpg
            [delete | detach]

            If you see this, you can click delete to remove the post and detach to make the image visible in a separate window as you are examining it.

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            Brian Masinick

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