Hello Fred. Can you help me? How can I
get rid of the pop-up "Internet Explorer Script Error"? This will not let me
read some web pages no matter how hard I try. It just keeps coming back every
time I say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ or try to delete (x) it. Thanks, —Fran
Fred, I recently upgraded a hard drive in my
laptop and did a clean install. Since I use Outlook Express, I wanted to
transfer all of my mailboxes, rules, filters, signatures, etc. Some can be done
from OE but rules, signatures etc. have to be done through the registry. Below
was the best source I found on how to do it. You may know of a better one, but
either way the information may be useful to other LangaList subscribers who are
upgrading or want to copy their settings to another machine. —Bruce
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You’ve probably already written about
this issue but I sure would appreciate knowing what to do. I have several files
that are duplicated. In some cases I may have up to 10 copies of the same file.
I must have set up some kind of backup, but now I’ve created a monster. Is there
any program that can identify duplicated files so that I can scan my system and
get rid of them? Please advise. PS: You are one of the "Best" Web sources
around. Keep up the excellent work. —Lisa
Fred: I have depended on your clear and
accurate advice over the past few years, but I don’t think this issue has been
covered. My kids are severely becoming teenagers and I am looking for a little
help in taming the wily Web.
After his site was listed in a "Load The Code" section,
code-loader John Carson wrote:
Long-time readers know this newsletter is not part of some
publishing empire’s stable of publications. There’s no budget, staff or facility
to handle outreach and promotions: The newsletter depends on word of mouth to
grow. And that’s where you come in: Each issue, I try to offer you useful,
interesting and amusing factoids to help you with your hardware software, and
time online. Can you take just a minute to help me out in return?
Fred: This lady finally up graded to Windows
XP from Win 98 2nd E.
Fred, I have a problem that’s been
with me for a couple of months: I cannot enter or use a restore point in XP
Home. I get an error dialog box as follows:
"rsturi.exe – Entry Point Not Found
The procedure entry point RemoteAssistancePrepare SystemRestore could not be
located in the dynamic link library WINSTA.dll"
Hi, Fred. I just received your most
recent LangaList Plus issue and read with some interest your recommendation of
the X1 search engine. I went to the site you mentioned and downloaded the
software. I then poked around for some time trying to find out what it costs. I
could find NOTHING about how to buy it or what it costs, though I have the
distinct feeling it isn’t free.