Some info on monitors...
I've been told that repeatedly turning off your monitor can reduce the lifespan of your monitor.
I only turn it off once a day and that's when I go to bed. As an alternative you could go into screensavers choose blank screensaver and choose preview.
You can set...
I understand that my sound card and video card could have a cpu on board that can reduce loading time on the cpu.
I was wondering if my hardware has this feature and how to make sure its enabled since by default windows XP may not have enabled it.
I have a
All in wonder ati...
The power off is here.
I just thought I'd reply since I'm having the same problem.
The shut off feature is under Display properties>Screen Saver>Power>Shut down.
This will have your computer shut down based on idle time.
My computer shuts down as well when idle for some time. I don't...
Hmmm, ever get second hand knowledge and pass it on with out testing it? yeah that explains this situation real well.
I took that information from a tech website so you know I assumed it worked.
I just tested it out myself and no where is messenger added to the list of removable...
" it may have something to do with ulead product. its not a MS file look below
This is a solution I took from a different forums.
The link suggests that you can get the file by reinstalling one of these products. If you had one of the...
This isn't for sure or anything, but when you install programs they create a folder to store the installation files.
At a later date you may wish to modify your installation.
For example remove or add new files.
But, if you remove the temporary installation files then this feature may...
If it's a hdd related issue. Run scandisk
If somehow the files became jittery due to reinstallation constantly or some other problem. Try downloading a new mp3 file.
And see if the problem occurs in this new file. If so then it's something wrong with your existing files.
By turning off that option it just doesn't connect, but it'll load.
If you don't use Messenger don't just rename the folder.
By doing this you prevent the program from ever being loaded unless you rename the folder back to it's original name. Which is bothersome.
Just uninstall it...
Restore point before you were infected. If you know the date.
If not then you have to run a program called msconfig. It can be run via the run command.
Check under startup and under boot for anything suspicious.
Workgroups need to be the same.
Ip's obtained automattically are not always different by one.
Ip's connected via a hub and not directly will have ip's probably not even close to eachother, since it's no longer the host computer providing your ip, but your isp.
Computers need a way to...
I have a problem with networking over two xp machines.
I had created a user account and logged into it and it remembered my password.
Now I wish to change the user account I use to login to my network computer, but it doesn't prompt me no more it simply trys to connect with the first...
*Trys to apologe to Iceman through foot in mouth*
haha sorry dude my mistake.
I would love to offer a solution to your problem, but personally I don't like msn. Doesn' it appear as a AOL rip off?
I see, I'm not sure cause I don't recieve those exact same errors, but my system is as you described it.
What I mostly do is hold the shift key as I delete a file. This method by passes your recycle bin and gets deleted fully.
Well as fully as possible without using shredding.
I agree with Faner about using TCP/IP over IPX
Just to prove my point I'll add some interesting facts.
Windows XP will disable ipx protocal all the time. It is set to manual. It will only turn on when a device makes a request for it then it will immediately turn itself off again...