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Here's a Review

Here's a review comparing it to IE 7 but they got into some of the differences between 2.0 and 1.5

http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-10442_7-6656808-1.html?tag=nl.e501
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No Rush for Vista

I would also suggest staying with XP and if you have a choice I would opt for the "Professional" version of XP since both "Home" and "Media Center" have their networking guts ripped out

I read...
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Your Right

Your right, after reading through the suggested resources I realized that volume was a premium and since I planned to be wielding the hammer myself, the best shape would have internal dimensions of...
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Antenna is Critical

Most WiFi cards are matched with an omni-directional antenna, decreased range is the trade off for not having to "aim" your antenna. A good WiFi book will detail how to construct a directional...
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Thanks

Sorry, it took a while for me to respond. Thanks for the link Ron Reil's site. It's a treasure chest of information. The 5 gallon tank you mention, are they the same size as the 25 lbs tanks that are...
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USB Connection?

Are you trying to print via an USB port? HP printers have been known to have problems USB printing with several Intel chipsets. Here's a good HP artical to start withHP Photosmart Printers -...
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Bad System Board

I hate to say this but it sounds like the problem is with your system board. The way you described it your first DIMM slot has a problem. Either stick will probably work fine if you only use the...
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Would It Work for Masking Ridges

My wife scraped the bottom corner of her bumper on a rock wall. I sanded, filled, glazed, primed, painted and clear coated it. It came out really well but I have some ridging where the masking tape...
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Forge Construction

We just got a new washer and dryer. I have taken apart the washer, dryer will follow, I have sealed the plastic tub for use as a quenching or brine bath and I plan to use the motor for a bench...
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Depending On Confidence

Depending on how confident you are try these out. They start easy
1. Check Start up to see what's loading when you start up
2. Check Microsoft Security Centre -
a)do you have Automatic Updates...
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Dirty Drive

Also see situations where the drive harboured large dust bunnies preventing the laser from reading the cd.
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Video Card

It sounds like this computer has never fully booted for you. Usually with a bad power supply, it shuts off and won't continually reboot. If it does keep rebooting, it could be a current draw issue...
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There are Two Intel Duo Cores

There are two Intel Duo Cores series the 800 and the 900. The Intel Pentuim D 920 is 2.8 Ghz uses 65 nm technology and has 2 X 2 Mb level 2 cache. The Intel Pentium D 820 uses 90 nm technology and...
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Common in Atlantic Canada

I was used to Douglas Fir where I grew up in British Columbia. I've live in Nova Scotia for the last 12 years and spruce is all they use for framing up here.
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Both Needed

You have to add the device loading to your config.sys file and you have to load mscdex.exe in the autoexec.bat file and associate it with the device id you assigned with the device driver in the...
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That's Hot

Maybe it's because I'm in Canada but here if the ambient room temperature rises above 37 degrees Celcius can start to have heat related problems. Our server room has redundant air conditioning...
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Different Guts

Practicing on old drive will only be really helpful if the practice drives are the same manufacturer and model. I've taken hundreds apart to recycle the aluminum and they vary significantly inside....
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Take Caution

I would be careful and I would second the suggestion that you post the file/ folder names. Sometimes files and folders are difficult to delete for a reason

As for deleting you may have to resort...
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Macromedia

I think Macromedia makers of Dreamweaver was aquired recently by Adobe. If cost is an issue Adobe Elements is a lot cheaper than Photoshop and while you get what you pay for the level of skill...
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Game Video Issue

Just a question, but what was the game's issue with the graphics device?

Also I couldn't find any info on a Satellite A45, could be country specific and I was searching Toshiba Canada, but they...
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Motherboard Capacitors

We have a bad run of Dell GX270 -280s that acted much the same way. It turned out the motherboard they were using had a swollen capacitor problem. The problem affected very large numbers of computers...
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File and Print Sharing Installed?

I didn't see it mentioned but File and Print Sharing must be installed in your network connection. XP Home has most of the network tools cut out but I think a quick check to see if it is enable is to...
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Must Agree

Posting the model (Sattelite, Protege, etc) and model number would have helped. I took a quick look at the Toshiba site but I didn't find any 2.6 GHz units. Some manufacturers will offer a few...
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Different Printer?

If the documents originally used a different printer (new model, updated driver, etc) Word may be reconfiguring the document for your current default printer. This would trigger the save changes...
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Answers in Sticky

I have no idea but I saw several good answers to your question in the Electric Dryer Sticky at the top of the forum
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