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    Nope, WordPad is merely what comes with WinXP,...

    Nope, WordPad is merely what comes with WinXP, and is not MSWord.
    No legal free copies of MSWord are available.

    You need some type of MSOffice or MSWorks, both of which are pretty cheap in their...
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    As foxyloxley so eloquently put it, this is your...

    As foxyloxley so eloquently put it, this is your problem.

    You might like to review my original link for other suggested options.

    The problem you reported with OE v5 was completely different, as...
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    dogman, That doesn't make sense unless you...

    dogman,

    That doesn't make sense unless you don't have a copy of MSWord on this PC.
    I've been running OE v6.0 for some time on my home PC, and it works fine.
    WinXP and OE are bang up to date (of...
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    dogman, Checkout this link:...

    dogman,

    Checkout this link: http://www.tech-pro.net/howto_010.html which should tell you all you need to know.

    Basically you need a version of MSWord on your PC.
    At home I'm running WinXPpro,...
  5. Thread: Port Scanning

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    I think most ISPs are cracking down on this. ...

    I think most ISPs are cracking down on this.

    At home I used to get multiple port scans every day.
    However this year these are now down to about two a week, as detected by my software/hardware...
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    Surely this was the whole point of this thread ??...

    Surely this was the whole point of this thread ??

    Most variants of linux are not simple to instal for your average home user.
    On the other hand, a WinXP instal asks almost no questions, and just...
  7. As the latest take on this, try this: ...

    As the latest take on this, try this:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3932313.stm

    especially the comment at the end: "The BBC's correspondent in Paris says the number of threats...
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    Well, the hubble telescope seems to have found...

    Well, the hubble telescope seems to have found pretty good confirmation that black holes do exist, as reported a couple of years ago here:...
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    Hmm, not quite ..... I've read a few copies of...

    Hmm, not quite .....

    I've read a few copies of the The National Enquirer, and get my US friends to bring some over when they come to visit. A great read, if I may say so ;)

    The Sun & the...
  10. Mmm, well this depends on the file system you...

    Mmm, well this depends on the file system you are using (FAT or NTFS).
    Win98 uses FAT, and Win2k uses either FAT or NTFS depending on how it was installed.

    Redhat comes with a utility that will...
  11. This is still slightly off topic, but coming back...

    This is still slightly off topic, but coming back to the point about exocets, why do you think so many people in the UK are still so pissed off about this?

    France is allegedly allied with the UK,...
  12. What survey did you have in mind? In case you...

    What survey did you have in mind?

    In case you don't realise it, France is extremely unpopular in the expanded EU, together with countries like the UK, because it always opposes the US, regardless...
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    The problem here is that he hasn't published his...

    The problem here is that he hasn't published his views in detail as yet.

    But, from all the information I've read, he is saying that the event horizon does not work in the way that is accepted at...
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    I too would strongly suggest you run a personal...

    I too would strongly suggest you run a personal firewall & AV scanner.
    Given that you are using it on a 'secure' home network, free products should be fine.

    You have loads of free ones to choose...
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    Full details of this have still to be published,...

    Full details of this have still to be published, and you can bet the maths will be extremely heavy!

    However, what he seems to be saying is that the event horizon does not work in the way that is...
  16. Thread: Bios Programs

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    Oh, Should have added that if you setup your BIOS...

    Oh, Should have added that if you setup your BIOS to boot from a floppy first (which is normal setup), CD, even USB memory sticks, then it will treat them in exactly the same way as a HD, i.e. look...
  17. Thread: Bios Programs

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    This is what happens when you boot your PC: ...

    This is what happens when you boot your PC:

    Firstly, the BIOS is executed from a chip held on your motherboard.

    This is a very basic, low level program, which checks out the hardware on your PC...
  18. Thread: Turkish EU Bid

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    Hmmm, well France over the last 20 years has been...

    Hmmm, well France over the last 20 years has been fanatically anti-American, and is getting worse.
    That is why they have never been a full member of NATO, as they still consider themselves to be a...
  19. Thread: Turkish EU Bid

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    I like the idea of a "Celebrity Deathmatch" :D ...

    I like the idea of a "Celebrity Deathmatch" :D

    The EU does have an interest in Turkey, just like the US does - politically it could be described as unaligned, so all countries are entitled to...
  20. Thread: Turkish EU Bid

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    I have to agree to a large extent with Tiger...

    I have to agree to a large extent with Tiger Shark.
    Yes, France is very unpopular with a lot of people over here because of its attitude, which is one of the main reasons there is strong anti EU...
  21. Thread: Turkish EU Bid

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    France is not at all confused here. The issue...

    France is not at all confused here.

    The issue is much deeper than that, and doesn't really have anything to do with Iraq or Turkey.
    For years, all the major decisions in the EU have been made by...
  22. Must surely be a hardware problem, as you have...

    Must surely be a hardware problem, as you have seen the same symptoms on different OSs.

    I too have once seen this caused by a problem with the RAM - in this case it generated unusual BSODs under...
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    I don't think the current developments have...

    I don't think the current developments have anything to do with the Kurds.

    Sure, the Kurds would ideally like their own state, but are unlikely to rock the boat, as they are likely to get a high...
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    bballad, hmm, depends on what you mean by an...

    bballad, hmm, depends on what you mean by an 'Islamic state' I suppose.

    I've been to Turkey a couple of times, and I would regard it as a secular democracy where the majority religion is Muslim,...
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    Hardly surprising is it, as Iran would love to...

    Hardly surprising is it, as Iran would love to extend its territory into Iraq.
    They did have that rather nasty war about 10 years ago when the West supported Iraq, so they feel they have a few...
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