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  1. (If this has been posted before... I did do a search before posting.) What's going on in the mind of the dog in the video? At first glance, his behavior certainly seems strange, and hypothetically he could have a canine equivalent of one of those disorders where a part of a person's body (e.g., a hand) moves without voluntary control. http://www.jimmyakin.org/2005/07/dog_dont_touch_.html More links... http://www.planetvids.com/html/Dont-Touch-My-Bone.html http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7159057642945075133
  2. "NTLDR is mssing. Press any key to continue"" I usually get that message when I leave a floppy in the drive. Try taking it out and restarting.
  3. No, it's almost impossible to add new functionality to a program. There may be some replacement open dialog you can download. I've heard of them, but don't remember what it was called. And I don't know if it even had that feature.
  4. What was it, an airplane engine?
  5. Notice how it gets harder and harder to read, despite how much the letter enkorags yu tu kep reding? The European Commission has just announced an agreement where-by the official language of the European Union (EU) will now be English, rather than German which was the other possibility. As part of the negotiations, Her Majesty's Government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a five-year phase in plan that will be known as "EuroEnglish." In the first year, "S" will replace the soft "C." Sertainly, this will make the sivil servants skip with joy. The hard "C" will be dropped in favor of the "K." This should klear up konfusion and keyboards kan have one less letter. In the sekond year, there will be growing publik enthusiasm when the troublesome "PH" will be replaced with the "F." This will make words like fotograf 20% shorter. In the third year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expekted to reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible. Government will enkorage the removal of double letters, which have always been a deterent to akurate speling. Also, al wil agre that the horible mes of the silent "E" in the languag is disgrasful, and they should go away. By the 4th yar, peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing "TH" with "Z" and "W" with "V." During ze fifz yar, ze unesesary "O" kan be dropd from vords kontaining "OU" and similar changs vud of kurs be aplid to ozer kombinations of leters. After zis fifz yar, ve vil hav a reli sensibl riten styl. Zer vil be no mor trubts or difikultis and evrivun wil find it ezi tu understand ech ozer. ZE DREM VIL FINALI KUM TRU!!!
  6. I don't know if the latest version of X-Setup can do what it used to do, but Microsoft's Tweak UI can, under the Logon\Settings section.
  7. Very interesting read. Spiders know better than to drink coffee!
  8. You're probably thinking of the way Windows before XP did the pre-login wallpaper. With Win2000, for example, the wallpaper was a picture file, the path specified in the All Users (might have been Default User) registry. This is what X-Setup could change. If Fast User Switching is disabled (or the Use Welcome Screen unchecked), WinXP operates the same way. The default (using FUS), uses the msgina/shell32.dll/winlogon.exe, one of those probably, to show the new XP-style "logon screen". That's what can be quite hard to change. The other people on the forum here can probably help you better with that.
  9. I had a problem similar to this for years, except I got no blue screen, just an instant restart. I'd hear a click from my hard drive just at, or seconds before, the restart. I thought all along that the hard drive was failing. I finally discovered what the problem was a few weeks ago: the IDE connecter on my hard drive was slightly loose. Any jiggle of the case (and sometimes changes in temperature) would make the hard drive shutoff and crash windows. Try clamping the connecters on the IDE cable a bit with some pliers, then put the plug back on the drive.
  10. I don't know, really. Try googling. I don't know if that would find anything though.
  11. I have seen, so I believe. Amazing though that it's even possible.
  12. Like I said, the list is just a cache. Take for example the Volume icon in Windows. If it shows in the tray when you login, then it should be automatically added to that cache list with the default setting "Hide when inactive". Windows SHOULD rebuild the list like this, adding one program at a time as the programs add their icons to the tray. At what step is Windows failing in this?
  13. Security update: 7.0.3
  14. Forgot to mention... I think the SharedDocs in Windows XP is available read-only by default. If you don't have a firewall (or are behind a hardware router), then anybody in the world can read what's in that folder. You probably have it read/write for some reason. I've concluded that most of the computers with this condition were meant to be set up in a home network, where other people in the house can access the files. The owners just don't know that they are sharing with anybody!
  15. Hey! Hey! Somebody actually has caught on to this in the world! I do netscans every once in a while, and 100% of the computers I can get into and access (read/write) their hard drives have got those things in them. They are viruses going around trying to spread. They come from other computers who actually have been infected, and the files just sit there waiting for you to run them. But, of course, DON'T!!!! windll32.exe update32.exe nvsvc.exe nvcplc32.exe install.exe fnksvc32.exe fnesvc32.exe fensvc32.exe dmsvc32.exe autorun.inf mssqlXP16.exe testfile realsched.exe serviceconnect.exe arun.exe To learn how to protect your shared folders, please go to this article which explains the step-by-step process for each operating system: Removing Open Shares http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/iss/a-virus/openshares.htm