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  1. Thread: DOS Windows ME

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    don't get entirely concerned with ME crashing all...

    don't get entirely concerned with ME crashing all the time. that's almost like one of its features.

    ME is a great operating system for gaming, due to its speed. however, on the flipside, it is...
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    chances are that the reason why it keeps getting...

    chances are that the reason why it keeps getting the same IP address is because there aren't any other clients looking for IPs. so what's happening is the DHCP mechanism in your router assigns...
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    well, if it ever gets too overwhelming for...

    well, if it ever gets too overwhelming for anyone, there's always iMacs :P
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    if you just mean making a link from one to the...

    if you just mean making a link from one to the other, you can either drag the icon in the GUI like you would in Windows, then click "create link". or, in the command prompt, type "ln -s <path to...
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    i'm not sure if this is the same with all...

    i'm not sure if this is the same with all routers, but check if it has a WAN port, and plug your modem in to there. that wouldn't be the problem with why you can't ping, but if there are any other...
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    check to see the ports you've plugged your...

    check to see the ports you've plugged your computers in to... make sure that niether of them are in the uplink one, or if you can flick a switch or whatever to make one of the ports the uplink, that...
  7. Thread: desktop.ini

    by spyrul
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    if you're referring to my post, i didn't mean to...

    if you're referring to my post, i didn't mean to say that the hidden files might have viruses. i meant that mabye pete_black thinks that the desktop.ini files are the virus because he had just...
  8. Thread: desktop.ini

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    continuing on with what Chinchilla06 said, it's...

    continuing on with what Chinchilla06 said, it's entirely possible that he just enabled it to show all files, even the hidden system ones. this might have been interpreted as a virus, because those...
  9. Thread: Question?

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    maybe you could do start>run>"cmd">"ipconfig" and...

    maybe you could do start>run>"cmd">"ipconfig" and tell us what it says your IP is. if it's 10.0.0.2, then your ISP is just assigning you an IP in the 10.0.0.0 network like MsMittens suggested, and...
  10. Thread: Question?

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    ehh... perhaps you have a 10.0.0.0 home network...

    ehh... perhaps you have a 10.0.0.0 home network using NAT and 203.125.85.37 is your external IP address and it's routing packets to host 2 on your network?
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    maybe the "show pictures" checkbox in...

    maybe the "show pictures" checkbox in Tools>Internet Options>[Advanced Tab] was unchecked?
  12. Thread: Weird

    by spyrul
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    Re: I got a good idea

    yeah, you get an entirely new list of errors :D

    but Linux is still really good if you know what you're doing. sometimes it's as if it's designed specifically to confound the impatient.
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    yeah, but that would return "boot disk failure"...

    yeah, but that would return "boot disk failure" or whatever, not "operating system not found".
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    if they're private, it really doesn't make much...

    if they're private, it really doesn't make much of a difference whether you have static or dynamic addresses. for a small network, i'd go static, just because there's only that few computers, and if...
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    do you mean static public or private IP addresses?

    do you mean static public or private IP addresses?
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    as it stands, i don't know Linux that well, but...

    as it stands, i don't know Linux that well, but i've waded around in it. right now at my college we're doing a module on it, so i expect after i really understand what i'm doing in it, i'll use Linux...
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    oddball, i don't know what you mean when you say...

    oddball, i don't know what you mean when you say your ISP only lets you have one MAC address connected to its service at a time. do you mean to say that only the first NIC that's ever touched that...
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    on routers there is a WAN port, along with an...

    on routers there is a WAN port, along with an uplink one. the uplink port is for connecting multiple routers/hubs/switches/etc... together. as EaseZE (and you) had said, you could have two NICs in...
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    it'd be best to check with your ISP to see how...

    it'd be best to check with your ISP to see how many IP addresses are assigned to you. if you only get one, then you'll need a router with NAT on it. if you get more than that (one of the ISPs in my...
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    the maximum partition size for FAT32 is 32GB...

    the maximum partition size for FAT32 is 32GB (well, maybe it's 30GB. i might be off by a bit).

    as Trust_Not_123 said, Partition Magic would be a great tool to use in this situation. the Disk...
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    Re: Ram question ( Didn't know where to post it )

    i don't think i saw anyone else touch on this, but motherboards do have a limit to how much RAM they can have on them. newer systems generally have support for 2-3 GB of RAM, but i guess the chances...
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    with regards to your comment about how you're not...

    with regards to your comment about how you're not going to install WinXP yet.... if you install a Windows OS after installing Linux, there's a good chance it'll mess up your MBR, so you'll have to...
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    with regards to your comment about how you're not...

    with regards to your comment about how you're not going to install WinXP yet.... if you install a Windows OS after installing Linux, there's a good chance it'll mess up your MBR, so you'll have to...
  24. Thread: Partition crap.

    by spyrul
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    ehh... i dunno. if you install a copy of windows...

    ehh... i dunno. if you install a copy of windows with a copy of Linux already installed, it'll probably mess up your MBR and you won't be able to access RH without reinstalling another copy of Linux...
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    eh.. i'll have to verify (i'm on win2k right...

    eh.. i'll have to verify (i'm on win2k right now), but i'm pretty sure it's just like windows 2000. go start>run>"mmc"

    click Console at the top, then Add/remove snap-in. click "add" on the next...
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