un4given1

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  1. Isn't that the truth...
  2. So I have been a long time member of MSFN. Years ago I was a major contributor and even a super moderator, but these days I just peek in a few times a week, look at a couple posts to see if I can help and take a look at the main page news. It's rather disappointing that the news on this site is updated every 2-3 days and appears to be almost inline with what bink.nu posts daily. I remember a time when news was posted many times daily. There were contributors who enjoyed bringing the latest news from many sources to this site. I hope to see someone take the initiative to revamp this. I love the site, it's just disappointing to see that news is never updated. That is all.
  3. This may be your issue... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329820/
  4. In your Windows directory there should be a memory.dmp/user.dmp/mini.dmp This is where the dump information is stored. If you find one you should upload it so that someone can analyze it for you... Also, all caps is lame, even if you are frustrated. Windows 32bit or 64bit? Latest video drivers? Latest Network drivers? Are any items shown with a warning in Device Manager? Any application event log errors?
  5. Go into the Control Panel on the Vista PC. Open Network and Sharing Center and verify that Network Discovery is ON.
  6. In Control Panel under Network Sharing Center make sure that "Network Discovery" is on.
  7. Right Click on that folder Properties Location tab Change the location
  8. Typically, unless you have an issue with your case fans not working, you will actually get better heat dispursement with the case closed. This is due to the fact that the case becomes a wind tunnel. Taking the side of the case of does not allow for airflow.
  9. Sounds to me like you spent so much time customizing your XP install that you refuse to upgrade. It was probably 2002 before you upgraded to XP, huh? You will come around some day. I have a Dell XPS M1210, Core 2 Duo 2.0 Ghz, 2GB RAM, 256MB NVidia GeForce Go7400. Vista runs beautifully. I dread going back to XP, and dislike that I have to run it on my workstation at work.
  10. I'm sorry, but I'm gonna call you out on your last post. There is no way that a support engineer at Microsoft directly referenced an outside website as indication of fixes that were included in their upcoming SP release. I might be more willing to believe that he would send you to a KB article on the microsoft website... such as this one: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/899148
  11. It would be much more helpful if you would give some information about the addin you are trying to install. Have you looked at the creator's website to see if they have support and if this is a known issue?
  12. I mean, Mac OS does not have a media center, as does Vista and/or XP Media Center. Ahh I see. I thought you meant that If you installed Vista on a Mac, the Media Center wouldn't work...Apple has their MediaCenter equivalent called 'Front Row' I believe... it doesn't allow for you to watch TV, pause TV, rewind TV, record TV, or download a guide, correct?
  13. I mean, Mac OS does not have a media center, as does Vista and/or XP Media Center.
  14. I guess if you want to pay about $500 more for the same components, a backlit apple logo, and no capability of Media center... and then another good $300 for a Vista license then it will work...
  15. I guess it's neat that you devoted so much time to this... but I don't understand why you would want to do this. Did you also convert your new Honda Accord to run on a carborator? People complain about security, installing Vista on Fat32 instead of NTFS is like leaving your doors unlocked at night.