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Date: 06 Dec 2008 20:48:52
From: DaVoice
Subject: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to my
"sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security Suite" )
a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because AVG
and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send
it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?

Second question. I have an ISO that I need to make "bootable" It is a
backup copy I made of XPpro, NOT a bootleg (or I wouldn't ask here knowing
about the high ethical standards here) it is an OEM that came with my
computer, and was hoping it would FIX the above mentioned problem. I have
Nero 8 and Isobuster, and a bunch of other ISO programs, but I'm lost when
it comes to making a "bootable" copy of the ISO. Can anyone help?

--
Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles






 
Date: 07 Dec 2008 03:24:16
From: Ian Stuart
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
On Dec 7 2008 5:48 AM, DaVoice wrote:

> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to my
> "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security Suite" )
> a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because AVG
> and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't.

If it were my PC I'd be wanting to know why the AVG and ZA updates aren't
working. You really should try and resolve that rather than just settle
for using an alternative product. Have you tried updating to the latest
versions?

>Anyone
> know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
> items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send
> it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?

In OE go to Tools > Options and select the Send tab then make sure the
option to save sent messages to the 'Sent Items' Folder is checked.

>
> Second question. I have an ISO that I need to make "bootable" It is a
> backup copy I made of XPpro, NOT a bootleg (or I wouldn't ask here knowing
> about the high ethical standards here) it is an OEM that came with my
> computer, and was hoping it would FIX the above mentioned problem. I have
> Nero 8 and Isobuster, and a bunch of other ISO programs, but I'm lost when
> it comes to making a "bootable" copy of the ISO. Can anyone help?

There are numerous guides out there. Try this one:
http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/windowsxp_sp2_slipstream.asp.

It's also worth pointing out that any OEM disc will work for you, it
doesn't need to be specific to the vendor of your particular system. The
only thing you might miss using another vendor's CD is driver files, so
make sure you have any drivers you need available. Most IT depts have more
OEM cds lying around than they'll ever need. Indeed most larger companies
don't use the OEM discs that come in with their systems and just throw
them in the bin. So ask your employer's IT dept if they can give you one
or if you know anyone that works in IT ask them. You're not breaking any
licensing rules by using a different OEM disc as long as you have a
legitimate license key.




>
> --
> Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles

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Date: 07 Dec 2008 06:40:07
From: DELETETHIS
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
Rick

try Avast for your virus program - smaller and less intrusive than AVG
and I used and loved AVG for years - the boot scan (before everything
loads) in AVG is a terrific feature that works well and it alone is
enough to use Avast over AVG - and oh yes - it is free

DaVoice wrote:
> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to my
> "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security Suite" )
> a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because AVG
> and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
> know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
> items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send
> it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?
>
> Second question. I have an ISO that I need to make "bootable" It is a
> backup copy I made of XPpro, NOT a bootleg (or I wouldn't ask here knowing
> about the high ethical standards here) it is an OEM that came with my
> computer, and was hoping it would FIX the above mentioned problem. I have
> Nero 8 and Isobuster, and a bunch of other ISO programs, but I'm lost when
> it comes to making a "bootable" copy of the ISO. Can anyone help?
>


  
Date: 07 Dec 2008 20:23:38
From: DELETETHIS
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
Made a big error in post should read Avast on the boot scan -- great feature

DELETETHIS wrote:
> Rick
>
> try Avast for your virus program - smaller and less intrusive than AVG
> and I used and loved AVG for years - the boot scan (before everything
> loads) in AVG is a terrific feature that works well and it alone is
> enough to use Avast over AVG - and oh yes - it is free
>
> DaVoice wrote:
>> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
>> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items
>> to my "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox
>> security Suite" ) a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the
>> security suite, because AVG and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE
>> problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone know what other options I have to
>> get my sent items going back to my sent items folder without sending
>> myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send it to a newly created
>> "sent items2" folder?
>>
>> Second question. I have an ISO that I need to make "bootable" It is
>> a backup copy I made of XPpro, NOT a bootleg (or I wouldn't ask here
>> knowing about the high ethical standards here) it is an OEM that came
>> with my computer, and was hoping it would FIX the above mentioned
>> problem. I have Nero 8 and Isobuster, and a bunch of other ISO
>> programs, but I'm lost when it comes to making a "bootable" copy of
>> the ISO. Can anyone help?
>>


 
Date: 06 Dec 2008 22:12:20
From: Tad Perry
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
"DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net > wrote in message
news:XAI_k.637$N61.488@newsfe02.iad...
> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to my
> "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security
Suite" )
> a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because
AVG
> and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
> know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
> items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send
> it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?

Not sure about this one.

> Second question. I have an ISO that I need to make "bootable" It is a
> backup copy I made of XPpro, NOT a bootleg (or I wouldn't ask here knowing
> about the high ethical standards here) it is an OEM that came with my
> computer, and was hoping it would FIX the above mentioned problem. I have
> Nero 8 and Isobuster, and a bunch of other ISO programs, but I'm lost when
> it comes to making a "bootable" copy of the ISO. Can anyone help?

I know that Nero includes an option for "Burn bootable disc," so you just
need to find out where that option appears and make sure you select it.
Check the Help and search "bootable". Unless I'm misunderstanding your
problem, I'm sure you'll find what you need.

tvp




 
Date: 07 Dec 2008 00:00:23
From: pokertoker
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I

"DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net > wrote in message
news:XAI_k.637$N61.488@newsfe02.iad...
> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to my
> "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security
Suite" )
> a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because
AVG
> and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
> know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
> items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send
> it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?


Well, let's see, its a windows box that has gone astray. Right. OK - aside
from going to _tools,_options_send, and clearing 'save to sent folder'_
APPLY_ OK. Then close OE. Then reopen OE_ go back and click 'save to
sent'_APPLY_OK. Then close and reopen and see if it works.

No Joy? Back-up all data files (preferably to an external drive or CD or to
a 2nd internal drive.) Go to Device manager and do a 'repair,' on OE. Test.
No happiness? Uninstall OE. Reinstall OE.

--
Duncan McPT - Highlander,
"It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted in a profoundly sick
society."
Krishnamurti




  
Date: 06 Dec 2008 22:33:27
From: DaVoice
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I

"pokertoker" <pokertoker@bluesky.com > wrote in message
news:ghfom4$h4p$1@news.motzarella.org...
>
> "DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:XAI_k.637$N61.488@newsfe02.iad...
>> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
>> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to
>> my
>> "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security
> Suite" )
>> a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because
> AVG
>> and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
>> know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
>> items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to
>> send
>> it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?
>
>
> Well, let's see, its a windows box that has gone astray. Right. OK - aside
> from going to _tools,_options_send, and clearing 'save to sent folder'_
> APPLY_ OK. Then close OE. Then reopen OE_ go back and click 'save to
> sent'_APPLY_OK. Then close and reopen and see if it works.
>
> No Joy?

Tried, and "no joy".

Back-up all data files (preferably to an external drive or CD or to
> a 2nd internal drive.) Go to Device manager and do a 'repair,' on OE.
> Test.

Went thru Device Manager and services and was unable to locate Outlook
Express to "repair" it


> No happiness? Uninstall OE. Reinstall OE.

How weird is this. Went in to control panel add/remove, went to Windows
components. Took out Outlook Express. (after backing up all messages and
folders to an external drive) REINSTALLED it, and everything was still
there, but I imported the backup files anyway. STILL NO JOY. I know it must
be some setting in my "Cox Security Suite", but I don't want to get rid of
it (would be $69 retail) but it's free with Cox broadband, and as I stated
before AVG free wasn't updating properly and I was DAMNED tired of Windows
Security telling me that with the red shied and constant "reminders" that I
wasn't protected. Haven't had that problem since I installed the McAfee
"private label" Security Suite.

By the way, anything on the second question?

> --
> Duncan McPT - Highlander,
> "It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted in a profoundly sick
> society."
> Krishnamurti
>
>




   
Date: 07 Dec 2008 01:10:59
From: pokertoker
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
Try going to Control Panel_add Remove Programs. THEN on left side of screen
go down to Set Programs Acces and Defaults and make sure OE is selected in
there as your default email app.

Other than that I'd say Cox Fubared you OE registry defaults. You ever mess
with you Registry? A little tricky.

>
> How weird is this. Went in to control panel add/remove, went to Windows
> components. Took out Outlook Express. (after backing up all messages and
> folders to an external drive) REINSTALLED it, and everything was still
> there, but I imported the backup files anyway. STILL NO JOY. I know it
must
> be some setting in my "Cox Security Suite", but I don't want to get rid of
> it (would be $69 retail) but it's free with Cox broadband, and as I stated
> before AVG free wasn't updating properly and I was DAMNED tired of Windows
> Security telling me that with the red shied and constant "reminders" that
I
> wasn't protected. Haven't had that problem since I installed the McAfee
> "private label" Security Suite.
>
> By the way, anything on the second question?


Just what Tad said about Nero's conversion utilities for ISO. Never messed
with it before. Wiki should have some info on it.

--
Duncan McPT - Highlander,
"It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted in a profoundly sick
society."
Krishnamurti





    
Date: 06 Dec 2008 23:58:31
From: DaVoice
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
I went thru the manual for Nero 8 and followed the instructions to the
letter, but the "burn" button never lit up. I guess the ISO is bad.
Anyway, I did everything you suggested with OLE before I even read your
post, still fubar...just making sure I send a copy to my secondary address
that only goes to my "sent items2" folder I created. Guess I'll live with
it.


--
Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles

"pokertoker" <pokertoker@bluesky.com > wrote in message
news:ghfsqf$a85$1@news.motzarella.org...
> Try going to Control Panel_add Remove Programs. THEN on left side of
> screen
> go down to Set Programs Acces and Defaults and make sure OE is selected in
> there as your default email app.
>
> Other than that I'd say Cox Fubared you OE registry defaults. You ever
> mess
> with you Registry? A little tricky.
>
>>
>> How weird is this. Went in to control panel add/remove, went to Windows
>> components. Took out Outlook Express. (after backing up all messages and
>> folders to an external drive) REINSTALLED it, and everything was still
>> there, but I imported the backup files anyway. STILL NO JOY. I know it
> must
>> be some setting in my "Cox Security Suite", but I don't want to get rid
>> of
>> it (would be $69 retail) but it's free with Cox broadband, and as I
>> stated
>> before AVG free wasn't updating properly and I was DAMNED tired of
>> Windows
>> Security telling me that with the red shied and constant "reminders" that
> I
>> wasn't protected. Haven't had that problem since I installed the McAfee
>> "private label" Security Suite.
>>
>> By the way, anything on the second question?
>
>
> Just what Tad said about Nero's conversion utilities for ISO. Never messed
> with it before. Wiki should have some info on it.
>
> --
> Duncan McPT - Highlander,
> "It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted in a profoundly sick
> society."
> Krishnamurti
>
>
>




     
Date: 07 Dec 2008 02:40:40
From: pokertoker
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I


"DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net > wrote in message
news:KmL_k.21031$st1.8027@newsfe10.iad...
> I went thru the manual for Nero 8 and followed the instructions to the
> letter, but the "burn" button never lit up. I guess the ISO is bad.
> Anyway, I did everything you suggested with OLE before I even read your
> post, still fubar...just making sure I send a copy to my secondary address
> that only goes to my "sent items2" folder I created. Guess I'll live with
> it.
>

Oh hell yeah - you'll get used to it in no time :^). There's really nothing
you can do other than remove the offending interloper. I'd use 'go-back' for
that. Short of that it's going to be a registry issue and damn, you'll
probably end up having to redo the whole system.

--
Duncan McPT - Highlander,
"It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted in a profoundly sick
society."
Krishnamurti




   
Date: 06 Dec 2008 22:36:44
From: Clave
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
"DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net > wrote in message
news:_6K_k.21025$st1.12474@newsfe10.iad...

<... >

> Went thru Device Manager and services and was unable to locate Outlook
> Express to "repair" it

Try Control panel\Add or Remove programs.

Jim




  
Date: 07 Dec 2008 00:04:04
From: pokertoker
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I

"pokertoker" <pokertoker@bluesky.com > wrote in message
news:ghfom4$h4p$1@news.motzarella.org...
>
> "DaVoice" <davoicergp@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:XAI_k.637$N61.488@newsfe02.iad...
> > First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
> > because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to
my
> > "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security
> Suite" )
> > a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because
> AVG
> > and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
> > know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my
sent
> > items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to
send
> > it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?
>
>
> Well, let's see, its a windows box that has gone astray. Right. OK - aside
> from going to _tools,_options_send, and clearing 'save to sent folder'_
> APPLY_ OK. Then close OE. Then reopen OE_ go back and click 'save to
> sent'_APPLY_OK. Then close and reopen and see if it works.
>
> No Joy? Back-up all data files (preferably to an external drive or CD or
to
> a 2nd internal drive.) Go to Device manager and do a 'repair,' on OE.
Test.
> No happiness? Uninstall OE. Reinstall OE.
>


Replace Device Manager above with 'Control Panel'. sorry.


--
Duncan McPT - Highlander,
"It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted in a profoundly sick
society."
Krishnamurti






 
Date: 06 Dec 2008 21:52:16
From: RazzO
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I
You sound like a *geek*, Rick.


On Dec 6 2008 8:48 PM, DaVoice wrote:

> First question, you may notice I copied this to ANOTHER of my emails,
> because even though I've told Outlook Express to save any sent items to my
> "sent items" folder, it stopped after I installed the "Cox security Suite" )
> a McAfee product. I don't want to uninstall the security suite, because AVG
> and Zonealarm have been having UPDATE problems, and McAfee isn't. Anyone
> know what other options I have to get my sent items going back to my sent
> items folder without sending myself a copy and using a "Mail Rule" to send
> it to a newly created "sent items2" folder?
>
> Second question. I have an ISO that I need to make "bootable" It is a
> backup copy I made of XPpro, NOT a bootleg (or I wouldn't ask here knowing
> about the high ethical standards here) it is an OEM that came with my
> computer, and was hoping it would FIX the above mentioned problem. I have
> Nero 8 and Isobuster, and a bunch of other ISO programs, but I'm lost when
> it comes to making a "bootable" copy of the ISO. Can anyone help?
>
> --
> Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles


RazzO
"Your all is idiots!" - Mike Matusow

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Date: 06 Dec 2008 22:02:44
From: DaVoice
Subject: Re: Two computer questions for those more "gifted" than I

"RazzO" <razzo@razzo.com > wrote in message
news:gt4s06xta1.ln2@recgroups.com...
> You sound like a *geek*, Rick.

Wow, thanks. That fixed my problem :)

LOL

Gonna stake me in an RGP tourney soon Razz?


--
Rick "ADB DaVoice" Charles