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  1. Even without MS Update recording your name, you probably installed many MS things such as office, which you used your real name in. Using openoffice or abiword will help you avoid this. Open any document created using word with notepad to edit it and you might see your private info, name address etc in there, just like you filled it out at install. Also, without a firewall, they can reverse trace your ip to your ISP, which they can then demand to know who is at a certain ip, and by indirect circumvention, get your real info. Have a good day!
  2. Seriously! We are people! Did you know that? So are famous people! Even the gov are people! What am I getting at? Don't trust anyone! Haven't you seen on TV every day a new celeb failing, or a new political scandal? You STILL believe that they are perfect? Who is gonna judge the wrong doing judges? Sure we need justice. But not from other criminals that have done more wrong than we have! So who is left to judge if no-one is perfect?
  3. Woops! So which root kit revealer upperer reveals the most or all of the rootkits? and is free hopefully. Does spysweeper get em all? if so, no need to change. As for Sony DRM, why the hell haven't you grapped up a copy of a DRM disk, f*cked up your pc with it, then claimed your millions of $$$ in "POTENTIAL" damages that Sony did to your "business". Why do you let them get away with giving you only 11 songs to download off their site, along with a woops, sorry. Cheap bastards! They sue people for SHARING songs under the lie that sharing is stealing and therefore piracy? I never heard such a ridiculous statement in my life. Ok, so if they sue for $250,000 per song for "potential" lost revenue, why can't we get them back? Sony? Are you listening? We have not forgot! Down with Sony $$$ theives!!! Amen?
  4. Good, good. Glad you fixed it. Now about the floppy deal. You have nothing to worry about. As long as your talking about using the floppy drive and new floppies that are not virus infected. Cause the floppy drive itself cannot be infected by a virus. Have a good day
  5. True Other things are like that. Metallica got worse instead of better, but people still paid scads of $$$ to see them live. What a rip-off. I think it should be called price gouging,
  6. Lavasoft that produces Ad-Aware produces a free rootkil revealer Webroot has one in its spy sweeper, free for 14 days
  7. I'm not. He said that, look up. What's wrong with stating what he said? I didn't criticise him for it, it's just that it looks like he already knows what to do.
  8. CPU (400 of them) 5,000 mhz X 400 (2,000,000,000 mhz) Motherboard - Intel based Audio - Creative Labs Hyperion / 496 bit audio sampling / 1,024 midi instrument voices / + or - 0.01 clock error Video - ATI / 32 X AGP ATI Radeon Extreme 300 gig 2,000 mhz mem (1,024 bit color) USB - 4.0 / 300 X usb 1.0 speeds Speakers - Cerwin Vega Earthquake Series / 200,000 watt sub series w/remote / 100 in sub LAN - 600 terabytes sec / optical Ram - 500 X 1,024 mb sticks (500,000 mb) Hard Disk - Seagate 30,000 rpm 2,000 terabyte w/100 gig cache. Less than 0.00000000000005 seek time. Output total - 300,000 terabytes / sec Monitor - NEC flat panel crt / 10 billion scans sec / 16 mi wide by 12 mi high resolution / 800 billion colors I know this is slow... maybe someone can beat it easily with a cheap system from tiger direct. I don't know. Let me know if this sucks.
  9. "right now i have an issue with my sound card. when i play some music, the music always plays fine but the left speaker sound very lower than the right speaker." i know this is a problem with the sound card because the Balance thing is at the middle everywhere. so...any thoughts?" A kadjillion possibilities have been suggested. by me + others. But he already knows what the problem is. Thanks! Problem solved. He doesn't need our help,
  10. Don't be afraid to try it. Life is dangerous like that. However, if you "break" the computer, at least your alive and there are other computers. Risks taken into account, it seems like a worthy rise to take.
  11. That was a very nice and logical suggestion, zaph. I mentioned it above, however, but he said he knew for certain it is in his sound card. I guess he really doesn't need our help, hee hee!
  12. If you know it is with the sound card, why don't you rip the sound card off any old computer, or get a cheap 19 or 29 buck creative labs card? You could waste hours on the problem, but time is money. If you spend 8 hours thinking how to fix it, thats how many dollars that you could have already made? yep, you could of bought a new card just as cheap. Just interested, why do you specifically want to save this faulty card as opposed to using another card that works? Thanks! Peace.
  13. Here are some things to try: Make sure your sound card is fully seated propery, or reseat it. (make sure the pc is off first) Be sure to make sure that your line out cable is securely connected, as a half in / out may produce symptons such as that, or perhaps only one channel even. Some sound cards have multiple outputs. Make sure you really have it in the audio out. Conversely, if you DO have multi-outs & can't get it to work properly, try the other to see if it does better. Get a stereo to mono converter, and run both speakers off the same signal if you must, to see if that corrects the volume. Check your stereo, or speakers, to be sure the wires are fully & not half connected. Be sure if using a stereo, that one side is not set to stereo main, while you have the other connected to the weaker front, or center channel audio. Switch them to see if the problem is in the stereo or soundcard if you have to, (does the strong speaker go weak? etc) Or test a cd / radio to see if it has equal volume through the stereo to determine if you need to fix it on the stereo or pc end. Go to the control panel, sound, make sure you enable the taskbar speak icon & double click it. Be sure the left / right sliders are all dead center, or if you relaly need to, set it offset, till the speakers sound the same. If using win media player, be sure under sound options that it is not set improperly there, be sure left / right are the same. Download & use the latest audio driver for your sound card. If you have to, just wire both speakers to the same signal, or if on the stereo, let them use the same side, but use 1/2 to 75% the normal volume you normally use to keep from overheating the stereo. If you have a high power stereo, you may not use much volume so that may not be necessary anyway. If using USB audio, switch to another mode or use another usb port if available, to see if it does better. Test your usb card seating. Please let me know if any of this helps. Thanks! If these still do not work & you need more help, let me know. P.S., I mentioned the sound card balance because if you double click the volume control in the task tray, go to advanced properties, there are usually additional audio sliders you can add. If you see things like wave audio, cd audio, etc, add those and be sure they are centered. Thanks!
  14. Your right! The only time C-Cleaner should install anything, is if it is something necessary to get rid of some kind of trash, or to remove other annoying things. Adding a toolbar doesn't make sense to me, as it just adds more things to get rid of (manually). I thought the object was to make cleanup as automatic as possible. I am sure that the C-Cleaner toolbar is probably the best toolbar ever invented, however, why have more crap if you can have less of it? Amen? AMEN!!!
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