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1  General discussions / General Discussion / Re: Re: which browser, revisited on: August 05, 2004, 12:21:28 PM
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Originally posted by jkhnwspec
I use Firefox, Mozilla, and occasionally IE for browsing the Internet.  Of late, Firefox is my browser of choice.  It seems to work well with the majority of the sites I visit and if it doesn't, I switch to IE and visit the site.  If you decide to try it out, I would recommend getting the Noia 2.0 (exTreme) 2.66 theme and install it.  Gives the Firefox browser a nice look.  Additionally, I would recommend installing the Adblock extension.  It seems to work well on a variety of sites.  Just my 2?ů  Smiley


Couldn't have said it any better myself!;) That's exactly what I do as well.  If Firefox has a problem viewing a site, only then I switch to IE.  Firefox works great otherwise.
2  General discussions / General Discussion / Do u like your co-workers? on: August 05, 2004, 12:16:20 PM
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Originally posted by lseals
About 50/50, some I can get along with, some know their job, some I can't stand.


Same here!:p
3  General discussions / General Discussion / Copy by "Command Prompt" on: August 05, 2004, 12:08:01 PM
Or you can modify the path so the command prompt can understand it.

copy c:\file.txt d:\Docume~1\Admin\Desktop

Wink
4  General discussions / General Discussion / How To Up Grade From Me To Xp on: August 05, 2004, 11:58:15 AM
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Originally posted by sandy7000
Thanks, Tech Shark, for posting the link.  I forgot to get back to that...senior moment.


No prob!;)
5  General discussions / General Discussion / How To Up Grade From Me To Xp on: August 04, 2004, 05:51:24 PM
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Originally posted by sandy7000
Freak had an interesting add-on in a totally different forum re:  NTFS is just a small file.  I'll see if I can get you a link, but it seems as if you can convert even W98 to NTFS using just that file?  I don't know.  My memory isn't reliable.


It actually allows Windows 98 to support & access NTFS drives (by providing Windows 98 with an NTFS file system driver).

Here is the utility:

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/ntfswin98.shtml
6  General discussions / General Discussion / Notes to my Customers... on: July 26, 2004, 01:59:11 PM
Great Stuff!!! :p
7  General discussions / General Discussion / Xbox on: July 26, 2004, 01:48:17 PM
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Originally posted by Spides
I think the X-Box is so superior to the PS2, no competition.once they brought out GTA on the X-Box that was it..........superb.....


I think saying that the Xbox is "so superior" to the PS2 is quite a stretch.  Both are great consoles.  I own them both and there is very little difference on some games.  Some games look better on one console, while others look better on the other.  They are definitely the two systems to own in this console generation, and I bet that it'll come down to Sony & MS fighting for #1 when the new consoles are released!;)
I for one can't wait!:p
8  General discussions / General Discussion / Re: excellent link on: July 23, 2004, 03:55:22 PM
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Originally posted by carlitos
thanks man i owe you one
that was it

you just saved me alot time


Glad I could help!;)
9  General discussions / General Discussion / Re: a little help please guys on: July 23, 2004, 02:23:09 PM
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Originally posted by carlitos
i am working on  a hp pavilion a350N model
2.8 p4  512 ram and a 160gb HD
with  xp home

it had some viruses
had   wintool  too
i ran adware from lavasoft
avg antivirus
and the norton trial

so the system should be clean now

when it was infected, it couldn't get to the internet

now that its clean, it cant conect either
if i try a dial up, it conects but i cant use IE and if i try to run the update on norton , it tells me that i need to conect , so it doesnt see that i am conected by dial up

if i try to renew the IP address on the network card, to conect to a router
tells me that
"an error ocurred while renewing interface
an operation was attempted on something that is not a socket"

so i guess some service got corrupted or something is messed up in the registry
everthing else seems to be working
i just cant get online

any help will be  apprecciated


Your Winsock is probably corrupted...

Try this link...
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;817571
10  CompTIA / A+ forum / Help! Excel - Back up file on: July 20, 2004, 03:54:37 PM
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Originally posted by hoangmn
Teck Shark,
Thank you very much.  It got rid of it.


No problem!;)
11  CompTIA / A+ forum / Re: Help! Excel - Back up file on: July 16, 2004, 05:39:44 PM
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Originally posted by hoangmn
Hi,
I have an Excel spread sheet. When I opened it, made change, and click the Save button and close the file. I noticed that it will automacilly save a back up file next the original file on my disk. It said "Back up of.....(same file name)... I tried everything but fail to get rid of it and don't want it. How do prevent it from happen again?

Thank you


Open the spreadsheet in question, then click File - Save As...

Once the Save As windows opens, click Tools, then General Options, and finally remove the "check" from Always create backup.  That should resolve your problem. Wink
12  General discussions / General Discussion / Car tire help on: July 16, 2004, 10:56:10 AM
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Originally posted by freak
Am I the only one to be totally cracked up with this thread? Wink


Nope! Wink
13  General discussions / Hardware / Cool DVD Tools on: July 16, 2004, 10:53:47 AM
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Originally posted by Deja-vue
I am bringing this Thread back to live, because DVDXCOPY has just lost their Battle in the Courts and need to pull the Products from the Shelves...I think the Product sucked, anyways...(I used a very early Version).
Shrink DVD is so far the best, i have seen.
Version 3.16 is out and the Backups look great.

____________________________________________

I even created a "Demo-DVD" with 12 of the most awesome Film-scenes ever made, to show off my Home-Theater System.
Using Shrink DVD's "re-master" function, you can actually cut scenes out from any DVD and then put them all together into one complete Disk.

My Demo includes:

Star Wars Episode II ‘«Ű Attack of the Clones (Chapter 28: ‘«£Asteroid Chase‘«ō)

The Fifth Element - Lelo on the edge - the taxi chase.

Gladiator (Chapter 2: ‘«£Hell Unleashed‘«ō)

Pearl Harbor (Chapter 22: ‘«£First Strike‘«ō)

Behind Enemy Lines (Chapter 6: ‘«£SAM Attack‘«ō)

The opening scenes from ICE AGE

The last battle scenes in Underworld

Black Hawk Down (Chapter 9: ‘«£Super Six One Down‘«ō)

Terminator 2 Special Edition opening.

The Matrix (Chapter 29: ‘«£Lobby Shooting Spree‘«ō)

...to name just a few...nice to have one DVD with all those Killer-scenes around to really get those Subs moving.


Smiley

If you Guys have more Suggestions about some good scenes to include into the Demo, please post.


Great info Deja.  Shrink DVD is definitely the way to go.  

That demo disc is a very cool idea! Wink
14  General discussions / Hardware / Looking for a TiVo on: July 16, 2004, 10:44:21 AM
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Originally posted by Boulware5
Okay, I see I have not convinced you to go with a RTV instead, LOL.


Well you convinced me! Wink  Actually I've been researching both for a while & found ReplayTV to be more bang for the buck.  But it looks like you can't go wrong either way.  Thanks for the great info Boulware5! Wink
15  CompTIA / A+ forum / Congrats! on: July 15, 2004, 02:03:33 PM
Way to go!

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