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February 12th, 2007 06:53 PM
You might check out something like this.
I have one of these. The quality is only fair but, it's cheap. No computer required. Just a router or hub connected to the internet.
November 1st, 2003 02:19 AM
Sorry for the multiple posts but, I figured someone else may be having the same problem and if they use the search button and come upon this thread, they may as well have an answer.
So, when I...
October 30th, 2003 02:59 PM
Without going into great detail or making another giant post like the last one, suffice to say the Traceroute returned the same basic results as the ping.
When tracing neo.rr.com and the IP...
October 29th, 2003 03:34 PM
Thanks very much for the suggestions. Here are the results of your
I used SamSpade as a front end rather than the command line. (if that's OK)
I'm a little confused as to why...
October 29th, 2003 12:23 AM
I have been having a problem with my internet access for several weeks and since I can't figure out how to fix it myself, I thought I would come here and ask the good folks at AO to help me out.
October 4th, 2003 04:30 AM
With a setup like this, would you guys suggest a software firewall also?
September 24th, 2003 04:56 AM
I read this same thing in another forum tonight so, yours is not an isolated incident.
The suggestions there were mostly to run Adaware and Spybot. I believe the feeling was basicly that spyware...
September 19th, 2003 04:01 PM
Actually, I'm not sure that will work. Isn't the key shown in the registry encrypted? I just looked at my reg entry at that location and it did not show my correct key.
Here's a slick little...
September 12th, 2003 03:13 AM
Just in case someone searches pmsvc.exe and comes to this thread.......
The file pmsvc.exe is the i830M Power Management on the motherboard and seems to create plenty of problems with Linux and...
September 12th, 2003 02:56 AM
It seems everyone here has the same opinion about this.
However, nobody cares about your opinion. Least of all the lawyers who are reaping in the harvest from these type of actions.....it's all...
September 6th, 2003 04:37 PM
MsM..I always try to hit M$ support and Google before asking. I got the same 2 Japanese pages as DjM.
I am hoping it is a power management/meter process and, therefore, the solution to my little...
September 5th, 2003 03:40 PM
Any of you guys know what this is?
It's shows running as a process in my task manager. A google search turns up zero.
Odd that there is not a single reference to this file on...
August 30th, 2003 05:28 PM
Looks like the Sony VAIO PCV-RXG408 uses the same motherboard. If so, it looks like 1 open PCI and no AGP
This is just the beginning for the music/movie industry. They are watching the progress made by DirecTV in their civil actions against end users.
DirecTV has filed a civil lawsuit against a user...
Static IP and Dynamic IP
Static is the same all the time. Dynamic changes each time you log on.
Static IP's are generally used with cable and dynamic with dial-up. Not sure about DSL.
Just my opinion but the best book I have ever read on "hacking" is called Hacking Exposed by Scambray/McClure/Kurtz
Mine is the second edition but, I believe there is a 3rd edition out.
Well, it's been 30+ years since I've been to college but, I don't imagine things have changed much. LOL
I have had 3 careers in my lifetime Engineer/Sales/Business Owner.
College was for...
It's called being a parent and raising your children. Any parent who really wants to protect their children against this kind of thing can be 99.9% effective. You simply need to watch what your...
If the green light on the floppy stays on it usually means the floppy cable is on backwards.
Make sure pin 1 in the floppy drive is connected to pin one on the cable. (And, at the motherboard)
With all this publicity, it makes you wonder what the odds are that it's a roundup by federal officials of the elite haxor types.
Could that be possible?
Aughhhhhhhh. The 5th of July sure sux. LMAO
It feels like I have fireworks going off in my head
I believe credit goes to guy named Kurt Grigg.
And, it would seem he has more time on his hands that we thought. LOL
Let me guess. AMD? LOL Which motherboard?
Make sure the mother board jumpers are set to the proper clk speed and multiplier for your processor.
Don't depend on the jumperless feature of the...
March 20th, 2003 05:10 AM
Hey guys, I hate to tell you but...nobody's going to die in this war unless the Marines crash another chopper.
And, when it's all over, my taxes will rebuild their country better than it ever was....