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did you disable any services?
it requires shell hardware detection.

Living Room / Re: Problem with Windows XP MCE Sound
« on: October 26, 2006, 09:13 PM »
does flash have sound?

Living Room / Re: Problem with Windows XP MCE Sound
« on: October 26, 2006, 09:04 PM »
only the windows startup sound plays fine?

it should not be a hardware prob coz the startup sound is fine.

go to ctrl panel>sound and audio>check the volume and mute option, go to audio tab and check the default device.

Living Room / Re: Problem with Windows XP MCE Sound
« on: October 26, 2006, 08:41 PM »
go to C:\WINDOWS\Media
and play the wav files in WMP, is it ok?


alan.jpg - 18:24am 25/12/2003
bob.jpg - 9:03am 01/04/2001
craig.jpg - 13:54am 12/12/2006

would become

alan.jpg - 10:12am 23/10/2006
bob.jpg - 10:13am 23/10/2006
craig.jpg - 10:14am 23/10/2006

BR can rename them to

alan.jpg - 001-10:12am 23/10/2006
bob.jpg - 002-10:12am 23/10/2006
craig.jpg - 003-10:12am 23/10/2006

this will have the same result as incremental minutes.

General Software Discussion / Re: Speeding up Windows
« on: October 20, 2006, 10:41 PM »
how long is your bootup time now?

try disable *everything* in the startup folder and if it reduces to <20sec, then your bootup time is normal. better avoid removing drivers etc... not worth the trouble.

i have never used acrobat 7 before, how is cooltype? is it as good as ClearTweak? gonna download acrobat 7 and give it a try.

have you tried CCleaner?

i like this:

[attach = 1][/attach]

Xentient Labels

jgpaiva: modified to correct the image. Snapfiles doesn't allow external links to images, you must save them and attach it to the post

then HFS is the solution, i like it and use it a lot, not only the recipients can download from the sender but can also upload to sender from their web browser, it's perfect.

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: ESC closes Windows Explorer (AHK)
« on: October 08, 2006, 07:55 AM »
yes, close *all* Windows Explorer  :D

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: ESC closes Windows Explorer (AHK)
« on: October 08, 2006, 07:08 AM »
i use this:
Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 4)
while WinExists("classname=CabinetWClass", "")
   Winclose("classname=CabinetWClass", "")
edit: unrelated code, sorry lol.

ahh, i didnt keep them, here is the timer filter if you like to try it yourself:

Name = "New Load Timer v2.0 Part Ib (Slime)"
Active = TRUE
URL = "$TYPE(htm)"
Limit = 7
Match = "<start>"
Replace = "<script>\r\n"
"var pxst = new Date();\r\n"
"function endT() {\r\n"
"var pxet = new Date();\r\n"
"document.title=(' Load Time: '+(pxet.getTime()-pxst.getTime())/1000+' second(s)');\r\n"

Name = "New Load Timer v2.0 Part II"
Active = TRUE
URL = "$TYPE(htm)"
Limit = 5
Match = "<end>"
Replace = "<script>\r\n"

JavaJones, yes i did some tests with a proxomitron filter that time pageloads, host file definitely improves surfing speed.


Again, the question is: why? :)

why blocking? because those sites like doubleclick are rubbish, and blocking rubbish will result in faster speed (fewer connections) and better stability for the browser.

blocking cookies by default is a good recipe for not being able to navigate modern websites.

i have a huge host file, 42K entries and i have never had website nagivation problems. 99.99% of tracking cookies/sites/adverts are all blocked.

Speaking of excessive paranoia and cookies, has anyone ever actually had a problem with them? Tons and tons of applications detect and warn you about them, lots of people have things set to block them, etc, etc. and yet I've only found annoyance and less functional sites in doing that, and never had a problem just allowing them. I'm all for protecting privacy, but this stuff has never seemed like a major invasion to me. Maybe it's just because I'm not surfing naughty sites though. ;)

You are probably right on cookies - however if you want to keep the number of them down to a dull roar (ie. just the useful ones that keep you logged in to useful site) use CrapCleaner to remove your cookies regularly. You can specify which ones to keep and it works with IE and Firefox without problems - it will also let you clear up a lot of other rubbish too. Worth a look to keep things tidy.

or just use a HOSTS file, all those cookies will be blocked, no need cleaning.

thats just a normal zip file, should be no problem with flashget.

General Software Discussion / Re: Easycleaner and Opera
« on: September 30, 2006, 06:03 PM »

Living Room / Re: Omgili - Google Like Search But Limited to Forums
« on: September 29, 2006, 09:45 AM »
 :up: :up: :up: great find.

Living Room / Re: Is Betanews....
« on: September 29, 2006, 03:33 AM »
i signed up using yahoo mail and didnt get their activation email too, may be there is a problem.

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