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About phkninja

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  1. the radiation from a mobile phone, is not that powerful, unlike what some so called experts like to tell us. You can stand in front of a mobile phone antenna for 2 minutes without adverse effects, and the phones are a lot less powerful. But my advise is to use a hands-free headset which removes the contact of the phone from near your head or brain, and is also more comfortable then holdin a phone for an hour.
  2. Fox - Become an OEM, Then you might get access to a Legal all-in-one disk from MS. Kels - Officially MS dont distribut al in ones, but you can get them from MS employees. Most legal all in one disks are made by admins as a useful tool. They only become ilegal when you add software to circumvent any protection measures (like the activation on XP) or add cd keys (putting the files on the same disk aint seen as copywright infringement and MSn usually see this as a benefit for admins and leave it.). It is not illegal to put 10 versions of XP on a cd, as far as the courts are concerned it is legal to make a back up cd (if you copy a cd and use the copy for day to day use so you do not damage the original, they usually allow this), it is however illegal to put 10 versions of XP on a cd with all versions not requiring a cd key or activation (like the previously mentioned cd's). If it were illegal to make or own all-in-ones then you definately wouldnt have The multi-boot guide or even The Multi-boot Forum
  3. could it be the long filename, e.g. spaces in the folder names. I have had issues before with spaces in folder names, so try without the spaces (e.g. rename the folders to Delphi_Done or DelphiDone etc)
  4. put in the header <base trarget="_blank"> then no need for it in ever link. sedondly, to make it open a new tab instead of a new window, you have to set this in the browser options (open new link in tab)
  5. looks like warez
  6. Win XP is only avaialable as a CD directly form MS. If its on a dvd its a remade version, probably made for an admin unattended install disk
  7. Havent connected VB .Net to anything other than an acces file myself, but these might help ODBC 1 2
  8. how could you possibly link to a css wiythout using a <link tag>. the only way to have the information without the link is to embed it in the file (as far as im aware of course. But logically what method would you use, and why do you want to rid yourself of it)
  9. Easiest method is to create a class that contains variables to record all your data. Use StreamWriter to add stuff to your file, use StreamReader to read it back. If you write some code and post it, I'd have a look but not going to write it from scratch for you (It might be seen that you are getting someone to do your assignments for you)
  10. it depends. usually when creating a database a Entity?Relationship diagram, a UML diagram or some method of graphically describing the database is created. Depending what information is in the front end, depends on how much of the database structure can be recreated. In most cases the database is set up to do most of the work, and the front end is passive (meaning it doesnt give much clues as to the backend's construction). One reason for this is speed, with the database server doing most of the work.
  11. also ConvertxToDVD could be replaced with Mediacoder (uses FFMpeg or Mencoder) has built in settings for converting to portable devices too
  12. did you try opening it in an xml editor like xmledit (open source and has built in DTD validation)
  13. compression the windows dll's and exe's will slow down the computer. The reason is ever time the dll or exe is required it is reloaded, causing mulitple occurances of a program or dll in memory. If left uncompressed the Dll's are loaded only once and called when required. As a rule of thumb its ok to compress programs like office or cal as they will only be required once, but programs like explorer are refrenced constantly so they shoul be left untoched
  14. Sorry, forgot to post urls. Mine are (personal) (for the company i was starting but that i never had the time to get off the ground) Neither have been updated in a long time, and I am currently trying to change hosting companies (ive been locked out of my account, so waiting on DNS propagation to complete fo rthe new servers)
  15. Name servers point all traffic for to the ip of the computer it is hosted on. Usually the DNS is on the same network as the hosting computer (like in purchased hosting). If you have a static IP then it should be a simple matter of pointing the domain to your ip and creating a hosting file to tell the hosting computer where to redirect all the information to.. If you have a dynamic ip i would suggest using a service like this here