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FAT64

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  1. Nope, I haven't experienced any of those issues; everything's hunky dory with us. Sorry.
  2. I shall answer my own question: Outlook Connector seems to do the trick. TOPIC CLOSED.
  3. Is anyone else having issues when accessing a Hotmail account via Outlook in Windows 7 RC? I have to confirm my details at least 3 times before it syncs, go figure!
  4. Are we allowed to know what the error is?
  5. And now it's wayyyyyyy behind. Let it rest in peace.
  6. Nope, Build 7077 works just fine.
  7. Your laptop will have a built-in aerial, which I doubt you can change/modify. Where is the signal being broadcast from? A router? An access point? Some wireless hardware have the ability to increase the signal being output. Failing that, sit closer to the router/access point
  8. Are you sure that LightScribe doesn't work with Win98? I found this Amazon, OK so it's not in stock, but it does clearly say that it works with Win98.
  9. Access emails over the web? Or add his email account details to a local login account? As long as you leave a copy of any messages on the server. If your laptop hangs when logging on to a local account then that's another issue.
  10. In that case, how about hMailServer or iMate
  11. I wouldn't take it too seriously, it'll be out of date in six months.
  12. Why are you trying to logon to a domain when you are not connected to a domain? Just use a local account.
  13. Take your HD to a Data Recovery company. They'll charge an arm and a leg, though. Otherwise, I think you can kiss your files goodbye.
  14. As far as I know OWA and Exchange go "hand-in-hand". OWA is installed when you install Exchange. I don't think you can have one without the other.
  15. 10.0.0.255 is a broadcast address B)
  16. I'm glad to read that you upgraded to XP from Vista. Is it a laptop by any chance? Even if it's not your XP disc may not have the correct drivers for your network card. Check the Device Manager. Download the correct drivers from the manufacturers website if necessary. If that doesn't work, it's time for Plan B.
  17. Or use your UPN (User Principal Name) - username@domain.com
  18. I would have suggested removing from the domain, renaming and then rejoining the domain. But as that didn't work, I don't know what else to try. That said, the command "netdom reset computer_name /domain:domain_name" has worked for others.
  19. Try Windows SteadyState
  20. Don't get me started on the "Synchronizing" mularky! I always disable that, it just annoys me. If the profiles are stored on the "C drive", then they are local and will be different for each machine you logon to.


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