Went to turn on my computer this morning and nothing happened, nothing on the monitor (it s light stayed orange, normally it turns green when it gets a signalMessage 1 of 34 , Mar 31, 2005View SourceWent to turn on my computer this morning and nothing happened, nothing
on the monitor (it's light stayed orange, normally it turns green when
it gets a signal from the PC). Got power to the power cord so I'm
thinking this is likely a dead power supply?
(and if it is the power supply, it wouldn't surprise me, it's been a
couple years since I last replaced it, the PC is about 4 1/2 years old
and it runs pretty much seven days a week, 10-15 hours a day) (and a
dead power supply is easy and cheap to fix :))
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All ISPs have a whitelist and whatever they agree to put on it is allowed access through their servers. A number of people in a forum that I write to areMessage 34 of 34 , Apr 9, 2005View SourceAll ISPs have a 'whitelist' and whatever they agree to put on it is allowed
access through their servers. A number of people in a forum that I write to
are AOL members and my mail was originally classified as spam until their
addresses, at my request, were added to the AOL whitelist. It's a pain I
know but a way to circumvent the system.
Take care Barry UK
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Scism" <scismgenie@...>
Sent: Saturday, April 09, 2005 9:31 PM
Subject: Re: [NTO] PC power supply dead?
> One of the reasons I left AOL was because they have built in internet
> filtering, even of email. I do genealogy and I found that "key words" in
> the filters were things like Boy, sex, child, address, etc. things
> VERY commonly used in genealogy.
> AOL uses "proximity" filtering, and sometimes the real stuff gets
> through and the stuff I want to see never does.