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  1. ↑ Yup, simple as that. As I said, I've had no...

    ↑ Yup, simple as that. As I said, I've had no problems, but YMMV.
  2. The workaround at the moment is to rename...

    The workaround at the moment is to rename atmfd.dll. You might get problems with webpages or applications that use it, but I haven't noticed anything yet.
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    *cough*Google*cough* 'Nuff said.

    *cough*Google*cough*

    'Nuff said.
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    It'll stop at POST.

    It'll stop at POST.
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    Cobian...

    Cobian works on Home Edition as well as Professional, and can back up over a network. It creates .zip files, so you don't need the program installed to do a restore.
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    I've never used MSE at all, and I'm still alive....

    I've never used MSE at all, and I'm still alive. :)
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    :confused:

    :confused:
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    Not relevant then :D

    Not relevant then :D
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    What - Windows ones?

    What - Windows ones?
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    Sometimes, You're Just Lost For Words

    Customer: 'All my files I saved last week to my C: drive are missing!'
    Tech Support: 'Do you remember what directory you first saved them in?'

    Customer: 'No, I don't . I just know it was on my C:...
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    The short answer is no. But... Not quite what...

    The short answer is no. But...

    Not quite what you were asking, OP, but if you slipstream SP3 onto a new disk using nLite, it does let you customise a lot of features.
  12. Some info here...

    Some info here.

    Edit: There's a broken link on that page; Dawn, if you want it, is here. Note that Mozpod is in beta I believe.
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    In Firefox it's for a .net address,...

    In Firefox it's <Shift+Enter> for a .net address, and <Ctrl+Shift+Enter> for .org. And to put the focus in the address bar in the first place, you have a choice: <Ctrl+L> or <Alt+D>. Or you can just...
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    Yep. It's pretty common knowledge, I'm afraid. :)...

    Yep. It's pretty common knowledge, I'm afraid. :)

    Years ago, when I used Opera, I seem to remember there was a tweak where you could add .org, .net, etc. somewhere to the key combination. It would...
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    If you don't have any hyphens that you do want,...

    If you don't have any hyphens that you do want, just put a hyphen in the Find box and leave the Replace box blank. All hyphens will be replaced with...er, nothing.
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    Something just for you, Clint :D

    Something just for you, Clint :D
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    ....anyway, XP can normally run most 16-bit...

    ....anyway, XP can normally run most 16-bit programs under command.com (the virtual machine that comes with XP), but often they need to be full-screen (Alt+Enter) if they're DOS apps rather than...
  18. Thread: XP retro support

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    Those were and . Others are...

    Those were <Alt+13> and <Alt+14>. Others are available :)
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    It is debatable, but any such debate is futile,...

    It is debatable, but any such debate is futile, so I'm not going to enter one. I'll just say that I wouldn't presume to tell people to throw away things they like and leave it at that.
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    If man is still alive ♪♫♪ :D Actually, I hope...

    If man is still alive ♪♫♪ :D
    Actually, I hope they don't, for the reason jwoods has said.



    Just to be clear, the minimum requirement for SP3 is SP1a. But that only applies to an installed,...
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    I use 16-bit apps in XP with no trouble (well,...

    I use 16-bit apps in XP with no trouble (well, with one exception - a game, and it took a bit of tweaking). I've all the updates. They run in a dos box anyway, called the NTVDM.
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    1. I think some do, some don't. 2. That's easy....

    1. I think some do, some don't.
    2. That's easy. I've used Avast! for years on two XP machines and never picked up any ticks. Mind you, I do practise safe hex.
    3. No.
    4. Yes.

    I've no experience...
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    MBAM already allows you to create exceptions. If...

    MBAM already allows you to create exceptions. If the new feature is truly integrated, I can't see a problem.
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    If you right-click the toolbar, then Customise,...

    If you right-click the toolbar, then Customise, do the buttons come up in the list? If so, you can drag them where you want.
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    It's some talent - I can't even paint the right...

    It's some talent - I can't even paint the right way up! :D
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