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    • in reply to: Hirens Boot CD #1449295


      You did just burn the iso as an image to CD, right?
      You could try a O/S install disk if you have one just to eliminate a bios problem.

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    • in reply to: Gladinet Cloud #1448925

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      I don’t have the links handy but there are scan link options at many AV ware venders amongst others

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    • in reply to: Simply Amazing! #1448924


      It does sound like amazing stuff, thinking about the graphene condom, I am wondering if it might turn out to be one of those substances that we don’t want left to blow in the wind. As is Asbestos. Especially interesting is the phrase “experiments where electronics can integrate with biological systems”. Google Glass so passe. Implants are the Way. Sci Fi writers are again ahead of the curve here.

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    • in reply to: Portable Hard Drive Disposal #1448822


      Oh Oh me too. Get a set of torx wrenches and some sand paper, and you get to play with those nice magnets!!!

      They do still have those magnets don’t they. Someone tell me they do…

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    • in reply to: Instant messaging at home #1448820

      See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_LAN_messengers

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    • in reply to: Major security problem #1448438

      https://lastpass.com/heartbleed/

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    • in reply to: Excel 97 print settings #1448437


      I had no luck finding any option to change the number of copies in Excel. Maybe something to do with your printer driver. Perhaps try creating a new printer.

      BTW was not there a SR-2 for office 97 ??

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    • in reply to: Need firewall recommendation to work with AVG #1448434


      Rompy
      Yeah that makes sense, if needed Privatefirewall is next in line.

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    • in reply to: Need firewall recommendation to work with AVG #1448388

      One thing I have a question about is this:

      ISPs!! – Realize higher profit margins and superior customer satisfaction by participating in the Privatefirewall Reseller Program. Learn More

      How can they offer to let someone resell a free product?

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    • in reply to: Need firewall recommendation to work with AVG #1448381

      Thanks for the suggestions folks. My system w/ ZA does seem to be behaving at present, at least for an 11 year old installation that started on a single core processor. Maybe a bit of a breakin period was needed (or that Wired space photo page). I will visit the ZA forums to ask about HIPS, I am guessing there is a variety of ways to implement that.
      I might check out Privatefirewall since it comes w/ HIPS.

      Thanks for the suggestions

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    • in reply to: XP is a long way from ‘gone’ #1448165


      I was wondering in the case that I want to do a from new install of XP if/after MS removes updates, is there an iso with all the updates needed to bring XP uptodate? I know each month one used to be available.

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    • One used to be able to drag and drop on a printer icon. Don’t use 8 and have not done this except to prove it works years ago.

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    • in reply to: Recommend SIM card for visitors to London? #1448026

      I go around in circles a lot, does that count? :unsure:

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    • in reply to: Master Browser Conflicts In Win XP x64 #1448020

      I thought that went away w/ XP, try:
      net stop browser

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    • in reply to: Excel 97 print settings #1448010


      I will check my Excel 97 when I get home. Is it possible there is some macro involved??

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