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What was the problem? I was thinking it was a...

What was the problem? I was thinking it was a DNS problem.
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Doing the same thing myself

We live in a 'california contemporary' that sits in Charlotte, NC -- and I'm replacing oversized oak railings and spindles with wrought iron balusters as just one of the many projects I've done to...
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What's the game that you want to play?

One computer generally must be the game server (or "host") and the other must be the game client (unfortunately this sometimes requires two copies of the same game). There should be a fairly...
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I agree with Polydorus

The problem could likely to be due to the image server(s) timing out because of the slow connection speed with dialup.

You may also suggest that your cousin install Firefox and see if two...
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Drive jumper settings?

You've got a CDROM and the HardDisk connected, can you provide the following info ?


1) Master/Slave jumper setting for CDROM and which IDE port is it plugged into?
2) Master/Slave jumper...
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The good news is that you seem to be getting a...

The good news is that you seem to be getting a controlled shutdown. If this was fatal problem, you wouldn't get that "windows is shutting down" message.

My first suspicion is that either your...
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Don't go cheap...

You'll undoubtably find a super deal on Netgear products, but my advice to you would be to avoid netgear and get Linksys, which is more expensive but much more reliable.

You'll require the router...
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Thanks for updating us

It's nice to get feedback, most of the people post their problem, get a few answers and then disappear - it's nice finding out whether our tips were right or not.

From your descriptions I was...
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Lightbulb Suspect the PS or the Cord

Sounds like all of those uncontrolled shutdowns are corrupting your system files.

Are you sure, SURE, that this is not a mechanical problem ... ie.. the power cord is loose or the power supply has...
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5 Mps is smoking

That's like a cable modem on steroids. The local TimeWarner residential plan only goes up to 3Mps. R U cable or DSL?


I share your pain as far as trying to find the best deal combining...
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As John indicates, go into the IE Tools-Internet...

As John indicates, go into the IE Tools-Internet options-Connections and make sure there are no "Dial up or VPN Network Settings" (if there are, remove them unless you actually use a VPN). Make sure...
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Needs to be plugged into MOBO

Sounds like a blown power supply from what they describe, but this is also usually accompanied by the sweet smell of burnt electronics, but not always.

Nothing will happen if the power supply is...
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Forgot to add

using the FREE plan on www.no-ip.com will translate your domain name even if your domain name is not registered with one of the public registrars.

A registered domain name will cost you an annual...
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www.no-ip.com

Free service that will act as a domain name translating service for your website - open a (FREE) account and put in your public IP (look at your broadband router settings and copy the IP from the...
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Tae's approach sounds like the easiest one. ...

Tae's approach sounds like the easiest one.

There is a protocol called DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange) that both Excel and Word support, which allows you to pipe data directly between applications...
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Speaking of Java, does anyone else have a heck of...

Speaking of Java, does anyone else have a heck of a time getting the plugin to work with Firefox in a Linux Distro? I dread upgrading the Java plugin (currently on 1.4 although I think 1.5 is out...
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Posted By winjer

buy a netgear WGR 614 router

That will keep everyone (including you) from using your network. :wall:
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Don't throw it away yet

Sure, it's easy just to FDISK and reformat and then throw the thing out, BUT...

If you don't itemize your deductions, give it to someone who does (hint: anyone paying a mortgage would qualify) so...
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Possible that the scripts needed by MSN to launch...

Possible that the scripts needed by MSN to launch your regular portal page do not work in Win95 (using . scripting languages such as .ASP or .NET or PHP which weren't in wide use back in '95's...
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One other thought - was that 30G hard-drive ever...

One other thought - was that 30G hard-drive ever formatted with NTFS or EXT2 (linux)? If so, it might require some partition magic.

If you can't get the 'puter working, I'll gladly take it off...
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There usually is some type of silkscreen printing...

There usually is some type of silkscreen printing on the MOBO to let you know which IDE port is Number1 and which is Number2.

I would suggest you connect only the hard-drive (disconnect the...
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Isn't there sometimes a C:\I386 directory that...

Isn't there sometimes a C:\I386 directory that includes the CABS from the restore CD? That way you can restore the original driver without the CD.
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Eng Bob: Isn't the PAT done at the ISP's...

Eng Bob:

Isn't the PAT done at the ISP's border router(s)? IOW, the public IP is only used from the WAN side of the "senders ISP router" to the WAN side of the "receivers ISP router"? Once the...
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In a nutshell, no - it's not possible for the...

In a nutshell, no - it's not possible for the average user to track a web site visitors identity via IP address. Using standard TCP/IP tools will only get you as far as his ISP's border router...
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I used to have an "Emachine" that did the same...

I used to have an "Emachine" that did the same thing (rebooted intermittently with no apparent pattern) - turns out it was overclocked from the factory. I slowed down the CPU (this was back when you...
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