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    better yes, disable and rename your guest...

    better yes, disable and rename your guest account.. complex passwords are also a good start.. along with the most recent service pack (6a). i assume it goes without saying you're using NTFS with...
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    exactally what i was getting at.. :) see who...

    exactally what i was getting at.. :)

    see who all is in the permissions for the share.. make sure whatever group your user is in, has permissions to that share..

    -scoob8000
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    Whassup AO peoples?

    wassup? guess im making AO one of my other daily visited forums..

    some of you may recognize me from bit-tech or the [H]ard forums.. im just another computer geek that plays way too much quake...
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    quick easy way to tell if your host supports...

    quick easy way to tell if your host supports PHP..



    <?php
    phpinfo();
    ?>


    Save that bit of code to a file called, say ermm TEST.PHP and upload it to your host, load it up in your...
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    toms hardware guide has always been the best...

    toms hardware guide has always been the best hardware review site i can remember.. :)

    a must-have bookmark.

    -scoob8000
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    is the user and or the domain admins group in the...

    is the user and or the domain admins group in the permissions list for the printer share?

    -scoob8000
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    do NOT force it to boot up.. get back to that...

    do NOT force it to boot up.. get back to that menu and select, Last Known Good Configuration..

    -scoob8000
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    as for a dual processor machine you would need a...

    as for a dual processor machine you would need a dual processor motherboard, and two multi-processor cpus (ie, AMD MP 1400). and then for an OS, in the world of windows you would need a NT based...
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