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  1. Or a piece of burnt toast that looks like a humongous chunk of "anti-matter" exiting the opening of a massive black hole in outer space
  2. I like my Cornflakes, but I'm not paying that much! "Illinois-Shaped Cornflake" Obviously some people have way to much "time" on their hands to come up with that sort of rubbish! They probably have "nothing to do, and all day to do it" And as for the people prepared to pay that much for 1 Cornflake...are you crazy?...that Cornflake looks like any other Cornflake!
  3. I love the occasional train trip, watching the scenery go by at a leisurely pace is what I like
  4. Some very interesting titles there I might try finding these books at my local book shop:-) #People Who Don't Know They're Dead: How They Attach Themselves to Unsuspecting Bystanders and What to Do About It. #The Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America: A Guide to Field Identification.
  5. OK I'm ready for the next step "RocketDock" is always on my desktop , see my post above ↑ All I need now is a "Docklet"? to display things like CPU-Temp, HDD-Temp, RAM-Usage...etc. I've been trying to find out how to do this I'm even more confused. I have "SpeedFan" that can supply readings (Info) to the Docklet right?, am I on the right track? Thanks in advance for any help.
  6. Sometime last week when checking for updates "SpywareBlaster" updated itself to version 4.0 no problems Like you guys I like this new version too
  7. Hi Andarvari As I said in my first post, I just put the first disk that came to hand "Age of Empires III" into "Drive (D:)". I hadn't used that disk "Age of Empires III" in weeks? so I'm thinking that Windows wouldn't be holding onto any scraps of info about that particular disk? I guess I could have put any disk in "Drive (D:)" and had the same result, "SUPERAntiSpyware" didn't ask for any specific disk. Thanks for the info Andarvari , a reboot seems to solve the problem.
  8. Hi MikeW I was thinking along those lines, and I made sure that only Drive (C:) was checked. Andavari mentions rebooting, and after a reboot everything seems to be normal again.
  9. Hi Andavari So refreshing the System "RAM" by rebooting "Windows" could have helped SUPERAntiSpyware scan without any problems?
  10. Hi guy's. Today I started a manual scan of Local Disk (C:) with "SUPERAntiSpyware" and not long after it started it paused, and a message said to insert a "disk" into Drive (D:) It wouldn't continue without a disk in Drive (D:) It didn't say what "disk" it wanted? so I just put in the first disk that came to hand "Age of Empires III" and the scan continued? The scan finished, and no problems were found. Has anyone had this happen? For me this is the first time "SUPERAntiSpyware" has done this. Edit: I just finished running another scan, and "SUPERAntiSpyware" ran normally. It didn't find any threats. It didn't ask for a "disk" to be inserted into Drive (D:) this time?
  11. He's no "brain surgeon" thats for sure
  12. HI YoKenny , that's what I was thinking
  13. Nice hazel #15.The "Virgin Queen"...OMG
  14. My March 2008 Desktop My latest March 2008 Desktop On my way to one of my favorite fishing spots
  15. The New Zealand authorities have a excellent opportunity to make an example out of this clown! and should throw the proverbial book at him!
  16. Hi all , I recently downloaded this program: "Free YouTube Downdload" from DVDVideoSoft I'm having good results using it, and I was wondering if many others out there use it? I initially found a link to this program at AndyManchesta's site, so there's a good chance that it's already been mentioned in the Software Forum here at Piriform.
  17. Homework on a Friday night! No wonder she wants to knock her school down!
  18. Hi guys , I thought I was having problems because I had no options to do anything with the Recycle Bin on the Desktop. Is not being able to remove the "Recycle Bin" from the Desktop some sort of "Windows" Safety-Measure?
  19. Hi tomcat , my machine is 2 years old! and when it was new' it was only a "mid-spec" machine! not entry level! and certainly not high end! I was saying compared to the machines that I use "and curse " every day at work, my PC is great! And it is running as it should, thanks to the excellent help and advice that I have received here at "Piriform Forums" .
  20. Hi tomcatonnet99 Some people might see this topic as a starting point> for posting about "problems" that they may be having with their machine.
  21. Hi Andarvari , things have probably changed a lot over the year's, I remember my Marantz CD player "CD-60" having 2 lock down plastic thumb screws under the bottom of the unit. They were there to stop any movement during shipping, and had to be unlocked for the player to work. Sorry, I was thinking along those lines... and "slowday" I hope you get it sorted
  22. Could it be some sort of protective packaging in the optical drive to stop any damage during shipping?
  23. Shut the door! and all the windows! and if you have to walk past! please hold your breath! and walk on tippy toe's!
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