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  1. Ack.
  2. Electronica, say, Björk and Arcade Fire.
  3. Look, I am not editing my registry. (or, I will first thing after a backup. ) CD burning software? I use Windows' built-in, thank you.
  4. I tried that already.
  5. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :( :( I CAN'T GET THIS ING COMPUTER OF MINE TO DO A ING THING!!!!!!! (started happening after I installed an external 80G hard drive, they're supposed to be R: and L: drives.)
  6. Erm... I have an SE/30 and an iMac dual-boot OS/9.2/OS/X.
  7. Forgot I posted this. I'm using Vista Ultimate, no it's not a screensaver, nothing happens if I press Ctrl-alt-delete. hard drive lights are on.
  8. Uhh, Picasa. "Others" doesn't make sense. However, I no longer use Picasa, but Ulead PhotoImpact and Windows Photo Gallery.
  9. MSI sucks. Use Intel.
  10. Vista Ultimate 32bit
  11. No, not even my computer. My computer does, however, call my MP3 player a USB Mass Storage Device.
  12. What browsers do you use? I'd choose IE7/FX2/NS/Safari Beta, same, same (normal surfing).
  13. Boot...disk? What's that? Uhh... all I have for it is a SuperDisk that is write-protected that is keeps asking to booted into OS 4 just fine without anything in the drive the first time, then it got the errors.
  14. I was working on a 17-year old Macintosh SE with a SuperDrive and accidentally clicked on "User Privileges" or something like that and got this message: "Sorry! A system error has occured! illegal instruction (restart)" I clicked Restart and got the "Welcome to Macintosh." screen followed by: "Sorry! A system error has occured! address error (continue / restart)" I pressed Continue. Same thing. I pressed Restart. Same thing. I flipped off the power supply. I flipped it back on. Same thing. No matter how many times I repeated this, the message kept coming back. Please help.
  15. Aero w/ a strange shade of orange I made up