Re: [NTO] Re: Network card?
- Hi Raenie,
Thanks for the extra info. The rest is basically off-topic off-
topic, so delete if you are not interested. ;->
>Why must you always be so *logical* <grin>. Reading informationWhy, I don't hardly ever read stuff. I normally click till
>on a subject should be the first thing one does, shouldn't it? :-)
something works. <g> 99.9% of the time though I do at least try
to search help before asking, but that takes the fun out it. ;)
As for the "logical" part, that has just come through wisdom over
the years. You see, when I was a teenager, I knew it all and
nobody could tell me anything. In my early 20s I seem to have
forgot a lot of my knowledge though,because things weren't as I
once believed. It took another 25 years to unlearn things just
to gain a tad bit of knowledge. I'm now somewhere in my mid
forties and realize that "man at his very best state is
altogether vanity." ;)
>I had also found one of my own messages at NTO where IHappy Topics,
>recommended a home network to someone as a solution to their file
>sharing problem about a year ago. <lol> Well, I must have been
>reading something about it back then. So I started looking
>through my old computer magazines and found an article in a Smart
>Computing mag. about networking. I went to their site and found
>the following information;
>thought that I'd post it here in case anyone else is interested
>in the subject.
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- On 14.12.01 at 00:11 Mon_Iker wrote:
>The other possibility would be for me to share peripherals with myYour son's 17, not the computer, right?
>son's (17 years old) computer. Then again, I'm not sure *if* I want
>to do that?! <lol>
It seems you can have stereo components like amps and of course record
players that old, but a computer?
I wonder whether things will ever slow down that much with computer
- Marcus wrote:
> It seems you can have stereo components like amps and of course recordI submit that audio technology has come a long way also. I mean, what's
> players that old, but a computer?
a "record player"?
- Bill Scott wrote:
> Does anyone know the equivilent of msconfig for windows 2000Hi Bill,
> professional ??
Win2K does not include such a utility but it's back in XP.
The good news is that the file from XP works in 2K.
- Ben and Bill,
At 08:55 AM 1/2/02 -0800, you wrote:
>Bill Scott wrote:FWIW
> > Does anyone know the equivilent of msconfig for windows 2000
> > professional ??
>Win2K does not include such a utility but it's back in XP.
>The good news is that the file from XP works in 2K.
So does the one from Win98.
- Could you attach a copy of that file and return it to