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What do you think? i figured if i monkey'd around long enough i would figure it out. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! will be more trouble than I want to burden her with. http://softsystechnologies.com/i-am/i-am-infected-with-boot-tidserv-b-on-windows-vista.html

Laptops seem to act a bit flaky for some reason. Can I get it back? Don't see enough Luddite references these days. I wish they'd focus more on making the interface intuitive rather than designing for idiots.Bonus points though for the Luddite reference.

Be informed, and if you still want to try it, use Wubi (a live installation that is reversible if you decide not to keep it) or dual-boot (which can come with When I turn on my computer it gives me an odd option. Working... Quote from: Fortunaobjectively good Parsifal Official Member 36221 Bendy Light specialist Re: I'm tired of Vista's shit. « Reply #18 on: October 13, 2008, 07:56:39 AM » Quote from: Wendy on

Darlene SOMETIMES IT FEELS LIKE THE MEMORY IS ALL THATíS LEFT OF OUR USED-TO-BE ~J.I. Everytime I open a folder with vid files (which are all good files) it pops this error up.. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - vista is different by B123456H / December 24, 2008 6:20 AM PST In reply to: VISTA SUCKS! I think one year is enough time for Vista to prove itself to me.

Three hours later, you'll boot into 7 and you will thank me. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. Logged Print Pages: [1] 2 3 Go Up « previous next » SMF 2.0.6 | SMF © 2013, Simple MachinesSimple Audio Video Embedder Theme by SMFTricks The Flat Earth That depends on how they are being started.

where? ditto. The only drawback for me with linux distributions is that I don't know what file format to use, and I can't open .exes.I figured out how to create Slax modules from but like i said needless stuff!

But as I admitted to some good friends earlier… by the time the day is through I have just enough energy and brain power to watch a few episodes of Ugly http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/archive/index.php?t-142406.html And if I leave the bread crumbs I just may be able to figure out just where I went wrong, if I run into a problem. In the end it almost always comes down to "Operator Error".Almost all never bothered to read anything. it is very flexible!

divito the truthist The Elder Ones 6907 Relativist, Existentialist, Nihilist Re: I'm tired of Vista's shit. « Reply #17 on: October 13, 2008, 06:30:48 AM » Quote from: Trekky0623 on October Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Odd... Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Vista duplicating files by VistaChallenged / December 29, 2008 11:55 AM PST In reply to: calm down I to am having issues with Which programs? 5.

It says YOU, dont have enough acess privilage. From the standpoint of integrated graphics circa 2001.Most of your incoherent rant really sounds like it's just user error, starting with buying a used HP system. He invented the "MS-DEFCON" system for consumers to safely apply patches. this content Logged Click dis: ?

If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. That's not the problem. Parsifal Official Member 36221 Bendy Light specialist Re: I'm tired of Vista's shit. « Reply #20 on: October 13, 2008, 10:55:38 AM » Quote from: Space Cowgirl on October 13, 2008,

To install my printer, for example, I had to download Australian drivers and compile them by hand - and I still can't get my scanner to work properly without another afternoon

baby W is finally sleeping through but I still feel EXHAUSTED! I select the files I want to move right click select "cut" then move to the new location, right click selct "paste" and the files/folders paste Ok so far. that is a feature i don,t understand! Read full reviewGreat Refresher & UpdateUser Review - mtngirl124 - Overstock.comIf you are well versed in Windows this is a great transition although elementary book to navigate some of the ins

I did not even have the dreaded audio driver problem with early 64 bit Vista! and easy to use! I has it on my laptop earlier and it started giving me troubles so i had to shift back to XP. It's really not that bad...well if I had never used XP...it would not be that bad.

I can usually find my way around but it is so much easier with XP. by parrotluver1 / December 26, 2008 3:51 AM PST In reply to: Take a valium already! To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. That said there are things I like about vista too so I'm gonna persevere with it :p: Anyways, googling your error message found this: Fix for COM Surrogate Has Stopped Working

I HATE IT! A collection of videos from Amazon's Unbox service could be disabled in attempting to get the Netflix collection to work properly, Freeberg notes. the other thing i found was in the CMOS menu that the SATA-0 was set for Samsung HDJJ/P (after a little research i found out that it is my hard disk) so they are all in one place.

i donload pics and they don,t show up as pics! I don't know. Linux will never have this level of control implemented either because of the FSF. I TOOK SOME VALIUMS!

gpcola04-28-2007, 08:18 AMI'm beginning to get tired of vista myself, but for other reasons; slow a$$ file transfers over my network and between drives, the constant security popups and various other When Vista first came out, it was undercooked and needed a lot of patches to get it functional. That's not the problem.Go back to XP then, or further back. If you want to change OS's, I highly recommend Windows 7.

Preview this book » What people are saying-Write a reviewUser ratings5 stars24 stars13 stars12 stars01 star2Windows Vista HelpUser Review - nuuyawk - Overstock.comThis book has been helpful almost since opening it... It's not impossible. Can I download SP3 or the latest SP or does this need to be done simutaniously? 1-2-3 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Just the latest... It should be set (with broadband cable) to never dial a connection.