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    Internet/cellular Fax vulnerbility

    The question of retaining security the data begs the question of how to protect the transmitted data. When using a Fax Service, even the local library or a local transmission service,the services do...
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    unexpected xp shutdown

    Had a similar experience and difficulty locating the problem. Mine was related to the Pc being connected to power strip attached to the battery backup. Apparently the strip didn't convey sufficient...
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    Thank you all for responding. To clarify:...

    Thank you all for responding.

    To clarify: Sunday received the Not Genuine OS message from Microsoft along with a Black background. RE-activated and received "Genuine OS" validation, but the black...
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    Windows 7 Not Genuine Copy

    Installed Win 7 December 2012,have runn the OS with no problems until Sunday.

    Just after installing several (9) win7 updates, and had downloaded and installed Nuance PDF reader and LittlePDF the...
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    Ram Density

    Hello:

    Replaced MB last year with MSI K9n6PGM2-V2 which apparently the chipset recognizes low density Ram chips only.

    When this MB was purchased I was aware that it accept DDR2 ram but didn't...
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    Third Party printer ink addendum

    Guess we all have had problems with printers - dropped Epson a few years ago and recently HP after a huge fiasco.

    Have tried to find a taker for my remaining 901 ink and cartridges, didn't think...
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    It's interesting to see how a query takes on...

    It's interesting to see how a query takes on another life. The thread about Whocrashed looks good, but another piece of TSR software ( or is that active resident software today)?

    Still all of the...
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    Thank you for all the responses- haven't found...

    Thank you for all the responses- haven't found any loose screws(tightened the head- now bald) Ram seems to be good, but the old battery back up is the likely suspect as it sits there quietly - glib....
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    Thanks for your reply Joe! Must be asleep at the...

    Thanks for your reply Joe! Must be asleep at the keyboard didn't think to prevent autorestart. Will study logs on next occurance.

    Thank you again.
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    Thank you for responding! New power supply and...

    Thank you for responding! New power supply and ram when new mb obtained. Had similar issues with the old mb which was about 6years old when replaced.

    Keeps me thinking the battery backup could be...
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    XP reboots without apparent cause

    Sporadically my xp system reboots. 500 gb HD(new 2010), 2gb ram on MSI K9N6PGM2-2 MB(new 2011), system has inline APC 500 (about 6 years old) battery backup. System always on for security cameras....
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    Running 16 bit compiler in XP

    New Mb MSI K9N6PGM2-V2, 2gb.

    Strange thing getting an error with this Mb when trying to open Turbo Pascal 7. Have run TP with XP long time on the old Mb-ECS 741GX-M.

    Will a Virtual XP allow TP...
  13. Trusted Security Certificates root certificates

    Susan Bradley's article about removing root certificates, presented another twist fo ther view of my computer's certificates. About one third of the certificates were outdated, yet they remain in the...
  14. Ie9?

    We live so far off the beaten track that Win XPpro could last us forever. Don't play games, only email and try to avoid sites requiring Adobe to view, we even still use pencils and paper.

    So what...
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    SysInternals

    Hello!

    Been trying to find out how to disable SysInternals Disk defrag at boot. Have looked just about everywhere and can't find a way without reinstalling the OS(XP Pro SP3).

    Can live with...
  16. Also check the cpu fan, the power supply fan and...

    Also check the cpu fan, the power supply fan and case fan. OEM is usually sleeve bearing and need occassional oiling. Plus as previous input all of the dust in the case and within the power supply...
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