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Getting TOR to work
I have successfully installed Tor and all the bits that go with it. Using Firefox. It shows "connected to the network" but when I check it says "sorry not on Tor". What am I missing? Bob Stern ... 18 Feb 2010 12:47
Attention Steve Murray I would like to express my appreciation of the work which you have done in making information available to assist users of Protel MSDOS products. On several occasions, I have received video drivers and component symbols which have been of great assistance to me. Thank you for your eff... 18 Feb 2010 19:34
Bootlog file for Windows 98
I am trying to debug a startup problem on an old laptop computer running Windows 98 SE. It keeps giving messages that a Windows protection error has occurred whilst loading any one of about 4 different files. It changes from one file to another each time it tries to start, regardless of whether I try to start in... 18 Feb 2010 15:05
my new wheels
On Thu, 18 Feb 2010 05:40:20 GMT, "|-|ercules" <radgray123(a)> wrote: that's a bit harsh, a most wanted poster maybe, most forums would ban you for making accusations like that. And that from someone who ended up in gaol for threatening lives. ... 18 Feb 2010 18:27
Don't call us, you bastards!
Marts wrote: We're on the Do Not Call Register. Today some Indian type (or someone from that region of the planet) called us to try and sell us insulation. My wife took the call but told the fellow that we didn't need his services. I wish that she got more details, particularly the company that this ... 18 Feb 2010 19:34
Telcos to take on Apple's Apps Market
Marts wrote: I'm not sure what benefits that consumers will see from this. Time will tell. But this bit has me saying, "so what?" "There are more than 140,000 different apps on Apple's ap... 17 Feb 2010 00:00
Marts New PC
Rob wrote... Have a look at a GB intel chipset MB P55A - UD3 ($150) with a i5-750 CPU ($230) DDR3 ram 2000 4Gb kit ($170)will run 64bit better than the old Q9400 quad processor. Thanks Rob. Looks promising. $550, plus say, $100 for a reasonable video card, plus say, $200 for a decent case with qu... 17 Feb 2010 00:00
re Bigpond Netgear CG814WG WiFi modem
Does this modem ship with security installed?- so that anyone within range cannot use my account? I received a card with two numbers on it.. SSID and WPA. ?? Thanks. If you installed the software there will be a little app in the taskbar related to it. You can change the settings there thou... 17 Feb 2010 00:00
USB drive causes system reboot
"Superman" <"the _man_of_steel"> wrote in message news:dC9en.7815$pv.3611(a) Hi. I put a USB thumb drive (that I use for files) into another computer, and when I put it back in mine, it causes a system reboot. I can use other USB devices, such as mouse, or key... 17 Feb 2010 00:00
PC and Workstation PC
Hi, I am using an in-house application program to process data downloaded from the ASX five days a week. The processing takes about 2 hours each night using an ordinary PC running Windows XP and Intel 2.6 GHz single core system. I have been told that it would be better to use a Workstation PC instead. I take... 3 Mar 2010 07:19
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