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Posted 31 March 2010 - 03:16 AM
and it was residing in C:\WINDOWS\U2X00_32.DLL
Is this a false positive would you think? I ask as the properties show a date when I installed windows 98, so I wouldn't have thought it was adware, but we never know.
I have restored it but I wonder if that was the right thing to do. I may remove it again and see if it causes any problems by doing so, then if it does I can restore it back again.
Of course to see this file in C:Windows you therefore need to have the show all files enabled in folder options.
Posted 31 March 2010 - 05:10 AM
Posted 31 March 2010 - 05:20 AM
Have you got some Umax scanner drivers installed?
Yes, I have a UMAX scanner installed.
Posted 31 March 2010 - 08:15 AM
If you upload the file at C:\Windows\U2X00_32.DLL to VirusTotal for a second opinion (actually make that 42 second opinions). If no one else flags it then submit it to SAS as a false positive.
Posted 01 April 2010 - 04:36 PM
The latest version of SAS is 4.35, you're quite behind when it comes to updates. It'd be worth getting and using the latest version.
Please let me answer that, the SAS version I use is the last version that works with my operating system, and this has been confirmed by SAS.
So 4.35 would be of no use to me or anyone using win98.
Posted 02 April 2010 - 12:06 PM
At the bare minimum running XP would help immensely. It's a much more secure and stable OS. The NT kernel and new securities implemented (Especially with Vista and up) do a lot to help stop any potential risk of malware infection. Heck, you could probably get an affordable Windows 7 computer just as easily. I recently picked up a nice Windows 7 laptop for under $500. It's a lot easier to keep a current (XP, Vista, 7) computer running and up to date than it is to try to keep the 9x kernel all patched up and using hacks and patches to try and run most of today's standards.
Posted 02 April 2010 - 12:50 PM
As you seem to be in the know, can you give me some advice as to what to go for regarding computer specifications etc, such as Dual core, and processor type.
I usually only use a computer for the following....MP3's converting & playing, copying CD's, making up custom artwork, and playing the odd game of pool on yahoo.
I'm not really into playing on-line games, well apart from the yahoo pool that I mentioned.
So in essence I am looking for a large hard drive, plenty of memory, and a desktop PC rather than a laptop as I am more used to working with a desktop.
I know someone that can make me up a custom built computer without all the bloated software that you get when you buy one from a PC store.
And of course I would need Office, so I don't know if he can give me this included in the package.
Oh and not sure what the best brand of computer either, such as Dell or Compaq.
I have to say that MESH components haven't really let me down in 10 years.
Edited by frogman, 02 April 2010 - 12:51 PM.
Posted 02 April 2010 - 05:19 PM
I'm not sure if Yahoo Pool is Java or Flash based, either. But from my experiences (on a single core P4 3.4GHz with hyperthreading and then my grandfathers new dual-core) Flash/Java runs a LOT better on the dual core.
As far as Office goes, if you wait a bit until Office 2010 is out you'll be very happy.
These are based on my opinions, etc for getting a new computer. When I go for a new PC I tend to get something better than top of the line to make it last many years. My current PC is over 5 years old and only had a few minor upgrades.
Posted 02 April 2010 - 05:44 PM
Would all the files that I have gathered using my current file system which I believe to be 32bit work when transferred to a 64bit system?
Sorry if that sounds a crazy question to ask, but the 32 and 64 bits is something I have never really understood.
My current system is an AMD Athlon with 256 ram, I did try and add another 256 to it making it 512, but after I had fitted the card to the PCI slot and when I tried to access the internet for some strange reason the internet would then show a message to restart, and when I did the same message appeared again and again like in a loop, so I removed the extra RAM and that solved the problem, so I think it must have been a faulty 256 ram that I had purchased, but it kind of put me off, so I just stayed with the 256 ram, any ideas what may have caused that?
Also if I get this guy to custom build me a computer, would I be asking him for an acer, or would the tower just be what he supplies? in other words all these different brands, what is the difference between them all? as I thought it was the motherboard that really mattered, perhaps I'm wrong though.
Posted 02 April 2010 - 06:45 PM
If you go for a true custom built, I'd recommend posting in the hardware section. Let people know you're in the UK, and your max budget, along with what all you really want out of the system. You may be able to get parts from NewEgg, TigerDirect or a similar online retailer. (Not sure on this though).
Posted 03 April 2010 - 02:24 AM
Also say I got a new PC next week, and it had Windows 7, then when HTML5 comes along, how would that be integrated onto my system, if that is possible of course? as I would imagine that the systems at present all use the HTML4.1
Posted 03 April 2010 - 06:58 PM
As far as HTML5, the OS doesn't really matter. It's the browser that renders HTML. So IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, etc would just need to have a software update when they release support for HTML 5.
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