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Living Room / Re: Should I swtich from w7 32 bit to w7 64 bit?
« on: April 10, 2010, 04:50 PM »
January  year (09) I have a computer 64 BIT (TOP OF THE LINE ? :down:)
nothing work. Have to go back to to 32.
Pain in the ass to be in the frontline.
But some hard shield must always take the stand ;)
I'm surprised that this is problem (year 10)

Thank's, I check that.


My last wireless adapter was a TP-Link w/ an atheros chipset (confirmed at the aforementioned website I might add), which cost me I think $29AU *in* Australian (where prices for just about everything are typically inflated out the wazoo), I really can't see a lack of affordable USB Wi-Fi adapters myself...



Hi Dr. E.

[/non-rant:- start] :)

1. I thought we were talking about people were completely new to Linux and coming straight from Windows a moment ago. Many of them wouldn't have a clue about wifi chipset drivers. And most of those wouldn't have the patience or know-how to hack around with them once they did.

I am a Newbie to Linux and install Ubuntu, like the interface and the logic. But the Wifi problem stop me to further explore the world of Linux. Windows is not perfect either, have four computer's, printer and TV on WIFI and that's was not a walk in the park to set up  :huh:. The Wifi chipset problem in Linux was to much struggel so I wait for further development in this area.

Living Room / Re: You have a computer backup plan.. but does it work?
« on: November 07, 2009, 03:41 AM »
Don't even think about restoring back onto your main hard drive.. ever.

Done that, the output was like a black hole in the universe.

Living Room / Re: Free printable shopping lists - neat idea
« on: November 11, 2008, 03:03 PM »
i use these two in an attempt to keep my groceries' list in order. but not sure if it's downloadable to a mobile phone.

Only print, but if some of the smart people here at DonationCoder made a small program.
put it up on the DC server's and made it possible to members to access.
let's call It My reminder

 :two: and after we have made the beta testing we can sell this service to more people how are whimsy like me.
Hopfully will It bring in more than 2 cent's to DonationCoder

Living Room / Re: Free printable shopping lists - neat idea
« on: November 09, 2008, 02:45 PM »
shopping lists - neat idea - if it was electronic.

Upload the list
*I'm in the store one day later and only remember 8 items :-\*
download the list to my phone

Get the ball rolling  :up:, because I have ton's of work that soon
reached the size of Kilimanjaro.

the video has one important message (copy and paste)

General Software Discussion / Re: Do you use Desktop Widgets?
« on: November 14, 2007, 04:00 PM »

Haiku developer I'm not,
poet might be.

Snowy weather in Sweden
so a simple game for me.

General Software Discussion / Re: Do you use Desktop Widgets?
« on: November 12, 2007, 02:47 PM »
What about the almighty farr? https://www.donation...r/findrun/index.html

But, ahem, are these widgets?

Find and Run Robot is a program for keyboard maniac's ;D
Thank's, a new title in my CV.
Gone try farr and see how I like it.
Widgets where I can see the weather in L.A or London ? no thanks
A useful widget anyone give me a tip  :Thmbsup:.

General Software Discussion / Re: Do you use Desktop Widgets?
« on: November 11, 2007, 02:44 PM »
Launchy indexes the programs in your Start Menu and the directories you want
and then you can start any of those programs by ALT+SPACE and typing the name of the program.

Download link;package_id=146049

My belief is that currently building your own will cost you more in parts, is MUCH more risky in terms of something going wrong, and puts you in a much more precarious situation should your computer need repair.
Check out this site Things you'll need are: Data-grinder, USB-wrenches, card tong, cryptokeys (forged), zip pliers, Defragmagneto, BIOS chisel, CPU lubricant, a weld and a datamachine to modify. ;D

edit by jgpaiva: fixing quote tag

Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Evrsoft First Page 2006 Reviewed
« on: July 10, 2007, 04:39 PM »
I have use Evrsoft First Page 2003 for the past 4 year´s,
and gone start to poke around in the 2006 upgrade.
A note to the old version there was a small problem,
there was a hidden "virus" a skript six buttoms from hell if I remember right.
And in the new version I think it could have some sort of adware?


Living Room / Re: Why don't you pay for software?
« on: May 29, 2007, 02:32 PM »
I'm new to donationcoder :up:, all the people must have some reward.
Money or a thank you for a great work (free software), and if everyone start to download
illegal copy's this will happens in a time frame of a year.
no upgrades and no new program's on the market.

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