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We had a guy here who had that problem. He ended up discovering that one of his outside cables had a worn spot in the outer insulator and water would leak in at times. Replaced the cable and he was all good.
Of course, he was lucky enough to be able to find that cable.
That is a surprisingly bad idea.
Try an experiment: get a latex glove - one of those yellowy-white thin one, I use them for handling food like chillies - and pour some olive oil in the palm. rub your hands together for a few minutes and look at what happens to the glove.
The same exact thing is happening to the fuel injector seals on your mates engine ...
Sent from my Amstrad PC 1640
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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It was a while ago. We were still students and his car was already ancient back then. That's also the reason why he did not have much money. When he drove around with the car, it looked like he was on fire and it smelled like McDonald's.
Modern Diesel engines certainly would get some problems.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
Is the CP hive-mind aware of any such beast? I have unearthed some old hi-fi gear that I forgot I had, and plan to put it into my mancave office. However, I don't fancy having a second CD library, but nor do I want to have to rip and then play. At present I am ripping with Exact Audio Copy, and playing with WinAmp, but it would be really nice to do both at the same time.
My google-fu and bingleing have proved unequal to the task. I know it is possible with a five hundred quid bit of hardware, but has it been done with WinTen software?
Try looking 'Ion' products I am pretty sure they do an LP converter. I have one of there Tape Cassette to MP's widgets that works quite well using a iTunes, not used it Win10 only XP & 7 to date. My advice is too MP3 anything on Write-able CD's as they have broken down and become unplayable after a while.