Twelve Virtues of Rationality. The first virtue is curiosity.
A burning itch to know is higher than a solemn vow to pursue truth. To feel the burning itch of curiosity requires both that you be ignorant, and that you desire to relinquish your ignorance. If in your heart you believe you already know, or if in your heart you do not wish to know, then your questioning will be purposeless and your skills without direction. Curiosity seeks to annihilate itself; there is no curiosity that does not want an answer. The glory of glorious mystery is to be solved, after which it ceases to be mystery.
The second virtue is relinquishment. The third virtue is lightness. The fourth virtue is evenness. The fifth virtue is argument. The sixth virtue is empiricism. The seventh virtue is simplicity. The eighth virtue is humility. The ninth virtue is perfectionism. The tenth virtue is precision. The eleventh virtue is scholarship. Before these eleven virtues is a virtue which is nameless. These then are twelve virtues of rationality: Motorola NVG510 help page for AT&T U-Verse users. This page is intended to help users of the Motorola NVG510 Modem/Router identify and solve some issues that I (and others) have encountered.
It has a list of questions and answers to the most common problems after the intro part. Given I cannot longer attend to specific user requests, I suggest using Jordan's app to solve most of your problems quickly. It costs only $3, and Jordan is there to provide support and answer questions in case of problems. You can also read more details in this blog post. Intro The two most common problems are: Webpages do not load fully. Updates [Updates 1/6/2014]: 1. [Updated 6/3/2012]: Six months passed, and users are still having issues. [Updated 2/7/2012]: Now added instructions on changing specific DNS settings on computers. [Updated 12/15/2011]: Added note about IPv6 issues [Updated 1/21/2012]: Lots of comment Spam. [Updated 1/31/2012]: Somehow, the bridging instructions I wrote were completely wrong and from a previous version of this post.
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Anyway, the reason I'm making this post is I do in fact plan to build the $300 pc you have here, since I'm not extremely knowledgeable on the topic of building computers, I plan to just buy these parts and look up a guide about sticking them all together. Anyway, would this computer be good enough to run Skyrim and/or Black ops 1. When I say this I'm not looking for the best quality or resolution, I'm just curious to see if it will play them nice and smoothly on average no more.