Is the quote here really a "catchphrase"? It's a good quote, I won't deny that, but I don't recall him saying it more than once. Caswin 22:36, 14 March 2008 (UTC)

Taking it out. A good quote does not a catch phrase make. - Caswin 03:15, 19 June 2008 (UTC)

The Reason Megabyte cannot infect Phong is because Phong is a "Read only" file. This is repeated many time but rarely given much attention.

Actually, the mention of Phong being read-only memory was only made once during the series. In the episode 'Infected'. This is accepted as the reason, however, it is also accepted that leaders of systems are all set as read-only memory.

P.S. Please make a user account so that you can sign your messages when you write on a talk page. Thank you. --Preator 18:23, 23 April 2008 (UTC)

Secondary Viral Infection Method Edit

Okay, so if I understand this, Megabyte's person infections work like this:

Willing Acceptance: A sprite or binome will give Megabyte his or her PID and become a "willing" servant of Megabyte. This changes their body color scheme and loyalties, though direct control over their body is rarely done. Their mind remains intact, but they are entirely loyal to Megabyte.
Unwilling Infection: Megabyte "v2" can use his tendrils to forcefully infect a binome or sprite. The person's color scheme remains the same, though slightly bleached out, their eyes become red-on-aquamarine, and they lose complete control of their minds and bodies, becoming little more than a remote-controlled puppet.

Is that about right? Mind you, I'm not including Megabyte's effects on non-living things such as freight carriers or Exo Suits. ~ Doc Lithius [U|T|C] 01:53, 22 May 2008 (UTC)

According to the first ReBoot comic (which appears to pick up where ReBoot: My Two Bobs left off), this secondary infection method is exactly as I said. It turns Binomes into zombies, or "Zombinomes". And as has been the case three times before, things have gone to HELL in a HARD DRIVE not just in Mainframe but all OVER the net! It's insane! ~ Doc Lithius [U|T|C] 16:10, 30 May 2008 (UTC)

Tony Jay in the Info BoxEdit

Should the dates in the info box reflect the time he voiced Megabyte instead of his date of birth and death? With the movie in the works, and the likelihood that Megabyte will be included it would be appropriate to list the correct dates 1994-2001. Anyone else agree? Omega Clone (talk) 02:47, August 2, 2015 (UTC)

Reboot: TGC Voice Actor Edit

Timothy E. Brummund (Reboot: The Guardian Code) should probably be added to Megabyte's list of Voice Actors. Phoenix223 (talk) 05:16, April 7, 2018 (UTC)

20 yearsEdit

Twenty years after Mainframe was shut down

Does anyone recall when that's mentioned? Possibly in Mainframe Mayhem? talk2ty 20:09, July 6, 2018 (UTC)

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