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    I'm positive my 6 yr old son could've changed out...

    I'm positive my 6 yr old son could've changed out the chip after only being told once.

    And he's never seen the inside of a computer. She had a friggin' sheet showing her the mobo and two people...
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    Apache Win32? Any way to speed it up?

    Kinda related to web development.

    I have a departmental Apache Win32 server at work that's running under XP Pro.

    Apache is v2.0.50 and PHP is v4.3.8.

    I've run a similar configuration on a...
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    I did a quick search and found a...

    I did a quick search and found a "high-resolution" MPEG4 wireless camera thats IP capable.

    See...
  4. As for blocking outbound connections, Sygate...

    As for blocking outbound connections, Sygate Personal Firewall will do that. It'll even notify you if a particular application has changed since the last time you used it and will prompt you to allow...
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    On another note, depending on the amount of...

    On another note, depending on the amount of pocket lint, you may be affecting the longevity of the contact points for the USB drive.

    I used to carry around a 32MB (whopping size, I know) in my...
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    Yes, but...

    You might want to read this:

    http://blogs.zdnet.com/Bott/?p=84

    Sure, they've turned it off for now, but the rumor is that's not going to be the case in the future.

    Of course, since you're...
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    Autodown.exe, etc

    Update:

    Nevermind. My wife let me know that she figured it out. It was ezarmor attempting to download an update.

    Doh!

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    My wife called me today telling me that her system attempted...
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    Can we get a 'Site NSFW' warning next time? ...

    Can we get a 'Site NSFW' warning next time?

    Thanks.
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    I'd have to say Lite-On or LG. When I worked @...

    I'd have to say Lite-On or LG.

    When I worked @ Dell testing optical drives (DVD writers included) we had no problems with these manufacturers.

    You could also look @...
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    For the love of god, STAY AWAY FROM LINKSYS! I...

    For the love of god, STAY AWAY FROM LINKSYS!

    I had one. It dropped connection constantly. Tech support told me I had to have line-of-site for it to work. Uh, hello? If I had line-of-site, I'd run...
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    Re: THE most STABLE OS in the World?

    What? No mention of OS/2?

    When I worked at IBM supporting it (OS/2.1 thru OS/2 Warp Server) the OS was very stable. There were no virus' that I can recall.

    Its downfall was lack of sufficient...
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    See also...

    See also http://www.surasoft.com/articles/xpefs.php.

    It basically says to create multiple users, and use one of the accounts to encrypt the data using the NTFS filesystem. The encrypted data is...
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    These may actually be different: Comparisons:...

    These may actually be different:

    Comparisons:

    http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/spyware/software/about/productcomparisons.mspx

    OneCare:

    http://www.windowsonecare.com/...
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    Have whomever is responsible for the physical...

    Have whomever is responsible for the physical wiring of their ethernet connections remove the cable from the switch.

    It's not enough to go to their desks and take their ethernet cables. Pull their...
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    What is a 'Ford Explorer Jeep' ? And WOW. It's...

    What is a 'Ford Explorer Jeep' ?

    And WOW. It's a *NEW* 2005 model.

    Stupid dolts.
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    See also : ...

    See also :

    http://forums.spywareinfo.com/lofiversion/index.php/t74684.html
    http://forums.spybot.info/showthread.php?t=4015

    Both found using the following search string in Google :
    ?how do I...
  17. Thread: Am I right?

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    You are correct, according to this : ...

    You are correct, according to this :

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gutmann_method

    However, I've read that formatting a drive isn't foolproof either.
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    Contentpurity.net --...

    Contentpurity.net -- http://contentpurity.net/cleanintro.htm

    Apparently is a software pkg that scans/deletes stuff from your HDD. I didn't really read the page to see exactly what it does.
    ...
  19. Thread: Am I right?

    by zodiac
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    I use Eraser, which is free : ...

    I use Eraser, which is free :

    http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=37015&package_id=186615&release_id=407684

    If the link wraps, try http://tinyurl.com/qtcup

    The link to the...
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    As for changing the password, I'd suggest...

    As for changing the password, I'd suggest something non-sensical (is that even a word?)

    A friend of mine does this: Take a word and shift the letters to the top left or right.

    For example, if...
  21. Where'd you see this? I looked @ MS's site and...

    Where'd you see this? I looked @ MS's site and didn't see any mention of it.
  22. The problem that those people running pirated...

    The problem that those people running pirated versions of XP need to worry about is, will this feature be included in ALL updates from now on?

    Or is it included only in a specific update? If...
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