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Forum: System Security 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 18
Views: 2,630
Posted By cokeonice
Isn't it recommended to not layer condoms? I...

Isn't it recommended to not layer condoms? I believe it's more dangerous than just using 1...at least from what I remember.[/QUOTE]

LOL!

I do not know about the recommended uses of condoms! ...
Forum: General Discussion 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 11
Views: 5,350
Posted By cokeonice
I cannot say for sure if it is installed by some...

I cannot say for sure if it is installed by some other application. OpenSSL is used for Secure Sockets Layer communications. You can generate self-signed certificates with it.

If it were...
Forum: System Security 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 12
Views: 2,800
Posted By cokeonice
See my post in this thread...

See my post in this thread (https://www.sevenforums.com/system-security/78243-ms-essentials-sole-av.html). I believe it is a good explanation why everybody assumes it the sites...



Heh. You...
Forum: System Security 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 18
Views: 2,630
Posted By cokeonice
Good stuff

As usual; there is some good advice from the peeps on this forum.

My 2:

MS Security Essentials is good enough when it comes to AV and other anti-malware protection.

This combined with...
Forum: General Discussion 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 50
Views: 5,677
Posted By cokeonice
Techno nerd

Wow! Some of us are showing our age!

I guess I am next!

When I was going to university, my first major was "Accounting" (ack!). One of the "Business College" requirements was "Comp Sci 237"....
Forum: Browsers & Mail 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 10
Views: 2,795
Posted By cokeonice
You want to keep the kids off the Internet or use...

You want to keep the kids off the Internet or use Parental Controls?

If you want to control the Internet access:

You could use the "Content Advisor" feature of IE8.

Click on "Tools" and...
Forum: General Discussion 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 11
Views: 5,350
Posted By cokeonice
I agree, there's something incorrectly...

I agree, there's something incorrectly installed...
but it's not the root of the drive... it's the user folder...

c:\Users\<account name>[/QUOTE]

Yep. I totally missed that because I was in...
Forum: General Discussion 14 Apr 2010
Replies: 11
Views: 5,350
Posted By cokeonice
OpenSSL?

It looks like you have accidently installed something to the root of your "C:\" drive.

The two DLL's may belong to OpenSSL. That is what I found by Googling...
The other files could be log files...
Forum: General Discussion 14 Apr 2010
Replies: 4
Views: 3,040
Posted By cokeonice
Win7 Student copy expiration?

My colleagues and I were discussing various things regarding Win7. The topic somehow got onto how cheap a student at our local university here can purchase MS products. My son, who is a student...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Apr 2010
Replies: 4
Views: 9,790
Posted By cokeonice
driver

nzl,

You mentioned that you bought the machine, did a fresh install of Win7 and all relevent drivers. By any chance was the version of the nVidia driver 196.75?

I ask because there is a known...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Apr 2010
Replies: 10
Views: 2,507
Posted By cokeonice
Aqqad, I think we may be onto something here... ...

Aqqad, I think we may be onto something here...

Earlier, whs had asked if you ever identified the processes that are running when the problem occurs. Have you done that? Here is how:

1)...
Forum: Backup and Restore 09 Apr 2010
Replies: 8
Views: 6,385
Posted By cokeonice
I'll try that. I had figured I'd need a new drive...

I'll try that. I had figured I'd need a new drive anyways, though, because 160gb is too small these days. Thanks for your opinion on the SATA.[/QUOTE]

Definitely run any HD diag tool to include...
Forum: Graphic Cards 09 Apr 2010
Replies: 10
Views: 2,507
Posted By cokeonice
Spot on!

I believe Thorsen is spot on with his analysis and that your single core processor is the culprit. Your entire system is a bit dated but should handle Win7 fairly well.

To add to Thorsens...
Forum: Graphic Cards 09 Apr 2010
Replies: 4
Views: 9,790
Posted By cokeonice
Hi nzl! I am a new poster here as well! I...

Hi nzl! I am a new poster here as well!

I am inclined to agree that your "VGA out may be buggered". If you are plugging two separate known working "monitors" into your laptop vga port and...
Forum: Graphic Cards 09 Apr 2010
Replies: 17
Views: 12,039
Posted By cokeonice
Because this is by design in Windows 7 to only...

Because this is by design in Windows 7 to only have one screen visible during lock-mode. There is no reason to have both monitors active to type in your password and continue\log back in. This is...
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