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Sound Computer Advice!
#21
No, you need to open the window and right click on the thing, and then copy the URL from the properties thing.
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#22
Gunnen4u Wrote:[Image: angry-smiley-044.gif]

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What some folks do in the bedroom:

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i'D HATE TO BE IN YOUR BEDROOM
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#23
Gunnen4u Wrote:No, you need to open the window and right click on the thing, and then copy the URL from the properties thing.
i THOUGHT i DID THAT.
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You're a good man, Tait. Thanks ...[Image: angel-smiley-008.gif]

(NOTE: Same here..............I don't want to look like a complete idiot! In case you are wondering why some posts are working and some aren't. Now that I've made a somewhat repair of my ego, I'll depart.) S1
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#24
Here is why, you are trying to make an image out of the smilie selection window, rather then any individual smilie. Go to the smilie selection window, then right click on an individual smiley.

http://66.98.134.222/forums/misc.php?do=...forumid=30

Pick a smiley from here.
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#25
SoloNav Wrote:
Gunnen4u Wrote:No, you need to open the window and right click on the thing, and then copy the URL from the properties thing.
i THOUGHT i DID THAT.
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GOT IT NOW. I WASN'T COPYING THE iMAGE ADDRESS.......
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#26
Well, now that you two clowns have managed to trash my thread, I will give you both a hearty Bronx Cheer!

I hope that E has at least learned something about posting inages. She may be slow, but once it gets across, it is retained for all time. :mrgreen:
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#27
John L Wrote:Well, now that you two clowns have managed to trash my thread, I will give you both a hearty Bronx Cheer!

I hope that E has at least learned something about posting inages. She may be slow, but once it gets across, it is retained for all time. :mrgreen:
Don't get me started, John. You really, really don't.[Image: Chair.gif]

BTW, since you know the Major personally, maybe he could edit the thread to the cogent comments.[Image: cool-smiley-014.gif]
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#28
Tait, what accumulation of offbeat Smileys have you got over there? I think E is having a rapture moment here. Wink1
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#29
John L Wrote:Tait, what accumulation of offbeat Smileys have you got over there? I think E is having a rapture moment here. Wink1




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#30
Well done, John. But I have a question how do you extract your very important info when you have blue screen of death? I have troubles with my comp. usually once a mouth because of Maxtor hard disk, so I format it and say “Goodbye, my dear mp3, pictures, videos and so on”
P.S.: If you need my help in computers just let me know I’ll try to help you, if I can’t I’ll ask one “good man” or many of them. S1 Okay?

For others, WTF are you laughing for, lamers? Oh, I understand that it’s easier to call a professional who will “clean” your pockets from bucks. Maybe you should read some states? It’s not difficult to fix your comp comparing with repairing shuttle in garage of your house. I’m serious and stop making garbage on this topic trying to post your images. Dast is another topic…
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#31
Sheriff Wrote:Well done, John. But I have a question how do you extract your very important info when you have blue screen of death? I have troubles with my comp. usually once a mouth because of Maxtor hard disk, so I format it and say “Goodbye, my dear mp3, pictures, videos and so on”
P.S.: If you need my help in computers just let me know I’ll try to help you, if I can’t I’ll ask one “good man” or many of them. S1 Okay?

Generally, the 'Blue screen' is a result of a crash, and a reboot will reset things. If not, the next thing to do is to enter 'safe' mode: I believe you continue to press the F8 key until it goes into the Safe Mode beginning, where you are asked which way you wish to go. If you get into 'safe mode', you can at least remove your important things, such as music, and files, and burn them on to a CD or DVD.

One better is to have another hard drive, either installed in your computer, or an external hard drive tied in, where you can store ALL your important information. I am currently using a 300 gig external HD for all my information, including the 120+ gigs of music. Almost all of that is archived on DVDs now, and I am thinking about purchasing a small but nice fireproof safe, where I can store the drive and important DVDs. That is in case of a fire. I have had a problem with my external hard drive, when I first installed my new Ubuntu Linux onto a new harddrive. Somehow, when I began installing on to the HD, it also eliminated my portal to the backup. I had to have a friend preserve All the info and he put them on the new 300 gig drive. Of course, he did not charge me anything, since he too got to keep a copy of ALL the music. He figured that I had several thousand dollars worth of music easily.

My advice: ALWAYS save your important files to an exterior hard drive, AND burn them on to a DVD, or many CDs. The only thing you have to worry about then is a fire. That is where the 'fireproof' safe comes in.

And secondly, don't leave your external hard drive plugged in and turned on. Disconnect it and only turn it on when you need to transfer data. If you don't do this, it is very easy to screw up things, such as reformatting the maind drive, and reinstalling the OS, or anything unusual. It's not worth the aggrevation of having all your precious things lost.

Quote:For others, WTF are you laughing for, lamers? Oh, I understand that it’s easier to call a professional who will “clean” your pockets from bucks. Maybe you should read some states? It’s not difficult to fix your comp comparing with repairing shuttle in garage of your house. I’m serious and stop making garbage on this topic trying to post your images. Dast is another topic…

I don't follow you here. You are not making any sense. :?
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#32
Quote: I don't follow you here. You are not making any sense.

John, it was not about you. Maybe my english is bad? Because I don't understand why you offense.
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#33
Who is offended? I just simply don't understand what you are saying, that's all.
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#34
Okay, John, let's finish with it.
When my OS is dead I just simply can't come in Windows in any modes. It reloads everytime. That's all. I just thought you extract your info using for example some multysession programs. Misunderstanding only...
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#35
Sheriff Wrote:Okay, John, let's finish with it.
When my OS is dead I just simply can't come in Windows in any modes. It reloads everytime. That's all. I just thought you extract your info using for example some multysession programs. Misunderstanding only...

That is why it is SO important to back up files to an exterior hard drive AND burn it on disc. If Windows Really gets screwed up then you will need to reinstall. If you have everything backed up, you can more easily(of course nothing is ever easy) reinstall your programs, and drivers.
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