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General Chat Thread, Your favourite (IT-related) tool? in General; EMP!!! lol nah id have say my pen drive, loaded with everything needed fix a comp well almost mmmmm sysinternals ...
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    EMP!!! lol nah id have say my pen drive, loaded with everything needed fix a comp well almost mmmmm sysinternals suit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Parker View Post
    My label printer
    mine sat next to me atm lol

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    Edugeek....

    ..obviously

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Edugeek....

    ..obviously
    Seconded. Anything that needs fixing the answers are generally to be found here if not that, google is an awesome IT tool as well

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    I would have said a couple that have already been mentioned, so I'll say my Leatherman Charge with bit-pack & driver extender... Never needed anything else since I got it... Not cheap, but worth every penny!

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    Talking

    Can't belive nobody has said their coffee mug!

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    SystemRescue CD + Victorinox Cybertool (even has the little torx bits on it and less clunky than a leatherman!)

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    Techie Toolkit version 3

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    Trinity Rescue Kit | CPR for your computer

    Trinity rescue disc ( like bart pe or windows pe but on a linux distro and free which is always a good thing )

    That or no end users, as no end users means nothing daft involved and no interruptions

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    Just one?! Hmm, contenders would be my Edugeek mug, Netac USB FDD stick, Tracks (excellent for organsing your projects).

    But winner has to be Spiceworks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    This is my fav tool: [ It does not leave any marks ]

    This is not big enough you need a heavier one.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by eduabncs View Post
    Can't belive nobody has said their coffee mug!
    Coffee mug - pah! - what you need is one of these - just unpacked this morning - bean to cup espresso makre - top!
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    My Bootable Hiren's USB Stick - Bailed me out a million times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey View Post
    Coffee mug - pah! - what you need is one of these - just unpacked this morning - bean to cup espresso makre - top!
    I can beat that actually....We have a Starbucks in our Canteen!
    Last edited by eduabncs; 3rd September 2009 at 04:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bandgeekmafia78 View Post
    My Bootable Hiren's USB Stick - Bailed me out a million times!
    hehe just made my self one now. has bin on my mental list of stuff do for a while



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