That purple forum comment was sarcastic in case you didn't notice, and as I previously posted purple should be banned from the color spectrum. Later!!!

thanks for suggestions am going thru probable fixes as I get time. Later---

Ok My problem, My 3yr old X205 Toshiba with Phonix bios is asking for a bios password.My account is admin & never has had a bios password set. Press on switch,bios splash screen comes up then goes to password request.This is not a windows pass request but a bios pass request. any ideas are much appreciated as this is a last ditch effort before sending lappy off to Toshiba along with $100 U.S. Thanks for any help. Later---

Me thinks emilo35 answered your question with a quote from the master.Later---

[QUOTE=apines;1379994]If you guys are planning to study together to the exams, it's in your interest to share the notes with them - maybe they will understand things that you didn't, and by sharing with them it will help you as well. I am speaking as someone who took notes for most of his B.Sc and shared them with his buddies. It helped me just as I just told you, and in later years there were courses that I couldn't take notes in (wasn't able to, two courses were on the same time etc') and my buddies took the notes and shared them.[/QUOTE]
I don't think you you picked up on the problem, 3 Guys started studying together now 1 has been left to do the grunt work and that person is a bit ticked.I don't blame him! IMO once they opted out of the deal they are out. Next option as Happy Geek stated find new friends, preferably a tad bit more mature. Later---

Just further proof of the axiom that nothing ever dies on the Internet. Lesson- you don't want it for a legacy don't post it. Later---

Elihu5991 commented: Your are so correct +0

Welcome to Daniweb Louis. Before messing with the Registry try cleaning out all temp folders,cookies,browser history, yes defrag after 2 years use.bring up start up folder and remove any program not needed immediately at start up.go to each program and turn off auto update -Adobe,HP-all except windows update and your anti virus update. Later---

Agreed but I have been repairing electric material handling equipment since the early 1970's and watched the hardware go from carbon pile step resistor controllers to full solid state power module ECM controlled Technology yet the top of the line power source is still the 100+ year old lead acid multi cell battery. They build this 14,000 lb lift truck that is capable of picking up 12,000 lbs and at 26,0000 lb gross weight run around a warehouse at 15 mph for minimum of 6 hrs a shift with out recharging the battery,but they can't design an automobile that weighs 5,000 lbs or less that will run the speed limit for 6 hrs on the open road. By the way that battery is powering a 2,300 psi hydraulic pump and a 500 psi steering pump for that 6 hrs. All for the complete price of approximately $30,000 US no subsidy and last 5 years before battery replacement. Later---

WASDted commented: interesting point +0

when they say medium duty in the trucking industry it means small delivery box trucks for around town work at 45mph max with 40-50 miles distance a day. this is an application where electric power will work best for the environment. Now the bad news the Eco cost of today's battery manufacture is very steep using current technology and tech is not expected to change much in the next 10-20 years. also with a projected working life span of 5 years 7 max recycling and or disposal of the hazmat is still at the spent nuclear waste stage, store it then figure out what to do with it. Here's to Hoping that technology takes a sudden and long leap. By the way I see this from the perspective of an industrial repair Tech working on computer controlled robotic material handling equipment(self operating fork lifts). Later---

[QUOTE=happygeek;1367762]Tomorrow cannot be worse, that's for sure. Today is like living through a very low budget thriller. :)[/QUOTE]

Davy first never never never say it can't get worse that just causes Murphy's law to kick in. Second- sounds like life to meeee. Better days from now on Hopefully. Later---

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I fixed it on my end when it first happened. I smeared a little dab of ABP ointment on it cleared up the problem instantly. I have little patience with ads that interfere with content. Later---

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Geeks Lounge is more of a off topic babble forum. Later---

Try this, go to your brothers internet provider web site and log on to the e-mail storage. His regular e-mail log on and pass word should get him access all e-mails up to limits of storage capacity should be there. trash and all. Later---

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memory jog- anything the bike does stupid guess who told it to do it. ride safe and have fun. Later---
ps 4 wheelers is blind!!!

I just read the story in my Popular Mechanics Magazine, what was not stated in the discussion posted at your link is that to complete this hack the researchers had a wireless laptop plugged in to the car's diagnostic port and sent commands from a second wireless laptop. With out the first laptop this is not possible as an auto doesn't have a wireless receiver ported to the ECM. Later---

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[QUOTE=Ancient Dragon;1303238]When Craker Jacks contained real toys that kids loved to trade.[/QUOTE]
yeah! and the bleeping toy was always at the bottom of the box no matter which end you opened. Later---

Sorry, feelin' smarta$$ish today(quote Lusiphur)

and this is a new development?heh heh heh. but better than no a$$ at all. Later---

[QUOTE=macgurl70;1299995]Or when the missiles on the toys actually fired instead of being glued in place. (the cat still hates me)[/QUOTE]
remember Mattel's cap gun rifle & pistol set that actually fired plastic bullets from a spring loaded cartridge. My younger sister still hates Mattel. Later---

ad that is known as a Edison Gramophone, It used cylinder records that were black and about the size of a toilet paper tube,you wound up the power spring with that side crank handle. I remember playing music on Uncle Lonnie's player when I was 7 or 8 years old.(be 60 on labor day) Later---

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It comes and goes sometimes D Web sometimes My Isp. Later---