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  1. Computer Spamming E-Mails

    Hey all it's been a long time. My question is this. I have been told by some companies that my compuer is spamming them. I went thru with every malware program and re-ran scans with my anti-virus and everything seems ok with me. Is there a way to test my computer to see if it is still spamming?? Thanks for any help you can give me on this matter.
  2. Password Protect

    Hey all its been awhile. My question is this I knw you can put a password to be triggered when you sign into your computer but I have also read that the safest way to protect your system is to run a password in boot mode. That would make it seem to be the best thing because then no one would be able to spoof people's passwords after the system loads up. Have any of you ever heard of password protecting your computer at boot up and if you have can you point me to an article that tells me how to do it. Thanks, for any help I can get.
  3. Blue Screen of Death

    I found out how to do it. First go to start and click on control panel, then click on the system icon. Next click on advanced system settings, click on continue and click on the advanced tab, then click on startup and recovery and click on the settings button, then uncheck the automatically restart box and then click ok.
  4. Blue Screen of Death

    I'm looking for the way to stop the blue screen of death automatic restart. Thanks for your help!
  5. IE8--Gif's problem

    Problem solved. Just go to the file you want and click it open, then right click the picture and choose open with. Click on choose default program and it will set the association up for you. You can also put a check in the box on that last page to make it so the one program will always open that type of file.
  6. IE8--Gif's problem

    Hey all, it's been awhile. The problem I'm having is I finally decided to update to IE 8 incase my Firefox went down for some reason. Now IE 8 claims that only it can show gif files for me. I've tried using my normal viewing program, Vue Print Pro32 and it won't show gif's anymore. I have already went back into Vue Pro and tried to re associate gif's to Vue Pro but it didn't work. Any ideas or suggestions on how to fix this problem or should I just rip out IE?
  7. Making a bootable windows 98 cd rom

    Try this. http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm
  8. Dell D1728D-LS Monitor

    All you need to do to change the resolution is to go to the desktop. Right click on it and choose properties then you will a box pop up called display properties, click on the tab that says settings. Then you will see a slide bar that allows you to set your monitor to different settings.
  9. Screen Print

    Just click the screen print button. Then open up your viewing program and click edit. Then click on paste image and you're done. Don't forget to click on file and then save to keep the screen print.
  10. Windows Logs in... Then out!

    Here is a link to Microsoft about that problem, hopefully it will help you. Otherwise, I don't know what the problem is. Is the XP Pro you are using a legit version? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555648
  11. Windows Logs in... Then out!

    Try this site for that error message. http://labmice.techtarget.com/windowsxp/TroubleshootingXP/error.htm
  12. Microsoft.NET

    Ok will do and thanks Jmmijo for the fast response.
  13. Microsoft.NET

    Thanks for the quick response Peter.
  14. Microsoft.NET

    I've been asked if it is necessary for the average computer user to have .NET (any of the versions) on their computer. If they are not intending to code anything. What do you guys think?
  15. someone help me out please

    Hi Monica, Your welcome for the help. I am not sure why the songs have sped up. I would give Jmmijo's suggestion a try in case the drivers at the other site weren't the correct ones for your operating system. They were for Win 2000 and Win XP.