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I am attempting to assist a friend who
is getting into photography. She has asked me to tell her how to make her sample
photos copy proof. I know this can be done, but have no idea what to tell her.
Can you please assist me with where to look for info on this. —John
In a recent edition of the LangaList,
one of your readers writes that VMware doesn’t support SATA drives (
). I’m not sure what he means by that, as the type of hardware should be
transparent to the software … that is, if the OS recognizes it, the software
should too. My main drive on my XP Pro machine is a Western Digital 250 SATA II
drive, and VMware works fine for me. Charles Gaefke
Hi Fred, I searched the archives and
could not find any reference to this neat little (242KB) program called
SandboxIE, although I thought I had once seen you refer to it. (
Hi Fred. I look forward to Sundays and
Wednesdays. You wrote… The biggest showstopper for many users is that PE
Builder— and UBCD4Win— require a normal Windows installation CD. Many PC OEM
"recovery" CDs or hard-disk recovery files won’t work with PE Builder, and
that’s the only installation copy of Windows many users have."
I discovered that while I have no installation disk on my HP XP Pro computer,
all the installation CAB files are on my C: drive and Bart PE Builder worked
just fine. For those who don’t have a disk it might be worth trying it. You
might be surprised. —Robert
Fred: Great News Letter! (Plus Subscriber) Missed you when
you were gone.
Hi Fred, Using Google, I find a site
page I want to save, then save it to my Documents, hard drive. BUT, if the page
is removed from Google at a later date, I’ve lost my "save". Is there a way to
"Memorialize" the saved page on my hard drive? Thanks, —Clyde
My programs crash pretty often, and
when that happens, a window pops up that asks me to send an error report to MS,
which I do. What happens to these reports? My impression was that MS would
analyze them, and eventually email back the reason these programs crash. Is that
a fantasy? Why should it be a one-way flow of information from me to MS? What do
I get out of these reports? Sincerely, Steve Brown
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