Your newsletter (and a great one it is!) is one of several I receive on a
regular basis. One of the reoccurring posts always seems to be the lack of an
install disk with new PC as they ship with only "recovery" disks. Perhaps you
and/or your readers might find my solution to this problem of interest.
In "Pesty PST Files" (
) I offered a solution for a reader’s problem with Outlook’s PST files, but also
guessed there was more or better info than I knew about. Indeed, several readers
jumped in to provide additional info:
I’ve added this as an extra item over and above the normal
content in this issue because I’m about to discuss current advertisers—
something that always makes me nervous. (I don’t want to even appear to be a
shill for an advertiser.) If this sort of discussion offends you, please just
skip this item— the rest of the issue stands complete as-is, so you’ll lose
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Fred…I guess this is my 3 or 4th year as a
Plus subscriber and I have gained TON’s of info from your site…Many, many
I am fed up with all those trackers, which polluted url
ex tracker.affistat, 6overture etc
Hi Fred! Long time subscriber here… Ran
across this and knew you’d find it interesting!
When I tried to boot my system one recent morning nothing happened. I got a
flash of the start screen, not windows but the mother board manufacturer. I
knew the power supply had to be working and the fan was blowing. I couldn’t
even get it to boot from the cd. After a few attempts I was able to get into
the bios and change the boot order to make the cd first to boot.
Hello Fred, I am an avid supporter of LangaList. Your straight forward, no punches pulled
to every problem solved is enjoyable and refreshing.
While I am not new to computer science, (I was involved with RCA drum memory,
RCA Spectra 70), once in awhile I get confounded by new approaches.
Fred: I’m a relatively new subscriber, but I have found
LangaList Standard/Plus to be invaluable.