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  1. Thread: How to remove (for good) rubicon project cookies by x509
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 3 Views 192

    Well dam* it all, Norton did pick up a rubicon...

    Well dam* it all, Norton did pick up a rubicon project cookie, even though I did that opt-out. So it must be some hidden program that got installed (by a drive-by download?) and I don't know how to...
  2. Thread: App cataloging software ??? by x509
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 4 Views 194

    I created my own "database" in MS Access, text...

    I created my own "database" in MS Access, text only. I track vendors, product names, versions, install notes, license info, plus install dates on various systems. I like the filter tool in Access...
  3. Thread: App cataloging software ??? by x509
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 4 Views 194

    Me too!!;)

    Me too!!;)
  4. Thread: Adobe Photoshop & Windows 10 problem by x509
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 21 Views 925

    Actually Adobe no longer licenses the software as...

    Actually Adobe no longer licenses the software as a one-time expense. There are subscription options, paid monthly, that include Photoshop and Lightroom. In the USA, they start at $10/month.
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    What about temps inside your system?

    What about temps inside your system?
  6. Thread: How to remove (for good) rubicon project cookies by x509
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 3 Views 192

    Thanks. I just did that opt-out. Next time...

    Thanks. I just did that opt-out. Next time Norton does a full system scan, I'll see if this cookie is still present.

    Just because Rubicon may no longer track my activity, as long as that cookie...
  7. Thread: How to remove (for good) rubicon project cookies by x509
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 3 Views 192

    How to remove (for good) rubicon project cookies

    My Norton AV always detects this rubicon project cookie and deletes it, but the damn cookie keeps coming back. I use Firefox with the Cookie Auto Delete add-on, and CAD never detects this cookie.
    ...
  8. Thread: Graphics unethical immoral prices by x509
    Forum: Graphic Cards
    Replies 19 Views 897

    I'm located in the US. Whenever I look at a...

    I'm located in the US. Whenever I look at a non-US website, the prices are just as bad as they are in the US. Maybe I could find a cheaper price from some sketchy/never heard of them website...
  9. Thread: Graphics unethical immoral prices by x509
    Forum: Graphic Cards
    Replies 19 Views 897

    Don't forget about miners. They use lots and...

    Don't forget about miners. They use lots and lots of GPUs
  10. Thread: Graphics unethical immoral prices by x509
    Forum: Graphic Cards
    Replies 19 Views 897

    The big unknown is the continued profitability of...

    The big unknown is the continued profitability of crypto coin mining. GPU demand will track profitability.

    In a different forum, some people have suggested that NVidia doesn't care about gamers...
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    What was HP thinking. "We need a system that is...

    What was HP thinking. "We need a system that is price-competitive with the no-names. Performance? For this price, you expect performance?"
  12. Thread: Removing permanently mypromomall cookie by x509
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 5 Views 186

    I'm pretty sure just 1st party cookies. - - -...

    I'm pretty sure just 1st party cookies.

    - - - Updated - - -


    Thanks. I followed your suggestions. So far, so good. No more messages about mypromomall. What a piece of work (s---) they are....
  13. Replies 21 Views 1,552

    I don't know about the weight of that SA 1000...

    I don't know about the weight of that SA 1000 drive. I remember that a salesman gave me a demo unit, in box, since I had done him a few favors. I don't remember that much, but the box wasn't that...
  14. Thread: Removing permanently mypromomall cookie by x509
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 5 Views 186

    Removing permanently mypromomall cookie

    The Cookie Auto Delete plug-in for my Firefox browser is always popping up messages about removing this cookie. Yet it seems to persist. I never go to any mypromomall website, so I have to assume...
  15. Replies 21 Views 1,552

    strollin I worked at SA 1979-1982. Part of...

    strollin

    I worked at SA 1979-1982. Part of that time I was working a few blocks away on Scott Boulevard for short-lived Xerox Memory Systems, but we worked closely with Shugart and Century Data...
  16. Replies 8 Views 349

    I just read a news item where they say that MS...

    I just read a news item where they say that MS won't make the update available until May, 2022. That's a long time off. Who knows if I will still be using my current desktop (self built) or Lenovo...
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    NavyLCDR Thanks. Your suggestion worked just...

    NavyLCDR

    Thanks. Your suggestion worked just fine.:-) :-)

    Some tips for the next person with this problem.

    Run a backup first with bcdedit /export.
    Get a text file capture of the...
  18. Replies 5 Views 516

    Multiboot menu has "Windows Boot Manager" entries that can't be remove

    I use EasyBCD to multiboot between my "production" Windows partition and a "scratch" partition for doing test installs, etc. Sometime soon, I would like to add a Win 11 pre-release, for learning...
  19. Replies 21 Views 1,552

    Us guys with these old systems. We're showing...

    Us guys with these old systems. We're showing our age. :-)
  20. Replies 21 Views 1,552

    I actually worked for Shugart Associates when the...

    I actually worked for Shugart Associates when the SA 1002/1004 drives were released. The SA 1004 was a 2-platter 10 MB drive. Popular for its time, and designed to fit into the same cabinet space...
  21. Replies 7 Views 513

    So how about some of the font managers that were...

    So how about some of the font managers that were popular around the Win 95 days?
  22. Thread: Computer going dum di dum dum by x509
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 6 Views 963

    rotflmao.

    rotflmao.
  23. Replies 11 Views 674

    Avoid Microsoft's Sync Toy. It will create...

    Avoid Microsoft's Sync Toy. It will create duplicate files instead of updating files.
  24. Thread: Concern about Windows 11 Spec. by x509
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 32 Views 2,527

    I am a DIY system builder, at least for my...

    I am a DIY system builder, at least for my desktops. I tend to upgrade the Motherboard +_CPU/RAM about every 5 years. (Drives, GPU have their own upgrade cycles.) Until Win 10, I could expect to...
  25. Thread: Untie digital license from a motherboard by x509
    Forum: Windows Updates and Activation
    Replies 19 Views 1,936

    Upon further thought, it would be cheaper to just...

    Upon further thought, it would be cheaper to just buy another Win 10 licence than to buy a motherboard/CPU/RAM just to get a free activation. ;)
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