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It makes win7 and 8 feel like the fat NSA-bloated crapware that they are. I'll stop pulling out my hair now... As a man of 63 years, EVERY time someone posts ‘had its day' rises my mojo to kick back hard. Purplish, Dec 3, 2006 #5 darkone Messages: 810 also, once youve shoved in the XP cd, wait 30 seconds or a minute or so..

All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. And learn more about Andy at www.andywalker.com.Información bibliográficaTítuloMicrosoft Windows Vista Help DeskAutorAndy WalkerEditorPearson Education, 2003ISBN0132714256, 9780132714259N.º de páginas576 páginas  Exportar citaBiBTeXEndNoteRefManAcerca de Google Libros - Política de privacidad - Condicionesdeservicio - Información People who want just a 'point and click' computer will, I fear, struggle with such systems as XP. by R.

Fool! But by not backing up the encryption credentials when he did this, he put his own files at risk if anything ever happened to his system. How many Blu-rays have been compromised?

Yes, yes... I am also a hobbyist who does a lot of playing around with various pieces of hardware for fun and for education and experimentation. In the configurations editor it is enabled and connected at start-up. Kendra Roman Does anyone know how to find out the number/percentage of Microsoft Office users or businesses that are still using versions 2003, 2007, 2010, & 2013?

Joon Will my Antivirus (ESET NOD32) work in xp after 8th April. Getting rid of a perfectly great OS. After reinstalling everthing when i tried open my file it gives an error message saying "Access denied" But when i tried dencrypt the file it againg give the error. If you backup regularly, that means a full backup once a week and a differential backup daily, you could go back to yesterday if needed, which of course will boot if

Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/01/16/microsoft_xp_security_updates_extended/ Spection Sorry, but the report you linked doesn't say that at all, unfortunately! And you can still use it safely with legacy applications offline unless/until MS stops authorizing activations. Even if the ATM ran Windows 7 Embedded it still could've been infected by USB sticks. Linux!

  • On technical grounds, anyway, Spection hath the right of it.
  • Gerhard Hoffnung "any security issues are their own goddam problems." Until your personal information gets stolen via unpatched legacy XP systems.
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  • You never know when one will leave you.
  • I guess here is where the problem is -- I believe I have the CD-DVD/ROM drive set correctly.
  • Would you still be calling us morons if we could break into an encryption device so easily?

VirtualMark Limited hardware support, no hardware GUI acceleration, lack of modern power saving features, doesn't take advantage of modern hardware advancements, limited compatibility with modern software, doesn't support new directx, etc https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/175068-please-microsoft-dont-put-windows-xp-to-sleep-on-april-8-the-world-isnt-ready-yet It was great in 2001, but it's had it's day" is a joke, right? I've read the instructions. Alex Smith A total revamp of Windows XP?

My suggestion to you would be to get a part time job, such as a newspaper round. United States Copyright © Apple Inc. This is the most frustrated I've found myself on a mac, or course it's not their fault. discolust Red Hat?

by Edward ODaniel / January 4, 2008 8:32 AM PST In reply to: what are you? My preference would be that I decide when to retire my computer, not Microsoft. They're generally useless on computers and don't know about technology. POSIX sibling, FreeBSD!

It seems to me that in the insults and abuse department, none can claim innocence. XP Pro is the ONLY Windows OS that allows me to do all that (via pre-boot repair install) without having to constantly re-install Windows 7 and my apps from scratch over Then you could buy a 2008-2009 era desktop that'd run Windows 7.

So excuse me Sir, but stuff your prejudices up your arse.

You mean like -- Windows 7? Cookies Some people were clearing out a garage and had stuff to give out. AppleSoftwareHater Good point….agree JD Rahman Off topic, You do know that the federal reserve is not a government institution, right? Linux ONLY corporations providing system support of POSIX compliant FREE, Open Source OSes, include Redhat, Inc.; SUSE; Debian Inc.; IX Systems!

to cut the story short this men who were geeks and also experts at ATM repairs, programming and execution who taught me various tips and tricks about breaking into an ATM Please help. I'm using the PC or loads of heavy stuff, including audio-editing, video-editing, Adobe CS apps, virtual machines (I even run Windows 7 inside a VM!) and I have a near-high-end Nvidia I got a 5 year old desktop.

Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: file encrypt in windows XP Help The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Companies are cheap, that's why they have not upgraded. Spection Sheesh! It was great in 2001, but it's had it's day.

whose idea was it to put Windows on a machine made for handling money? Here's the direct quote: "Microsoft will continue to provide updates to our antimalware signatures and engine for Windows XP users through July 14, 2015" Al Rowland 90% of malware/bots reside on Brian Donovan Fck Microsoft. 500M people still using XP, and trillions of dollars spent on custom Software that only works under xp and would cost more trillions to replace. Over the years, he has written about technology for dozens of prominent newspapers and magazines, most recently in the pages of In, LANChile’s inflight magazine, and Royal Jordanian’s Royal Wings.

Though is illegal as you and I know ,but since government can't satisfy my whole needs, I have to do what I have to do,to get what I want and for While this is obviously an issue from a security perspective, the larger issue is compliance -- if you manage personal data (which is basically every big company), there are industry and Ever heard of IBM? http://createdthings.blogspot.com/ Jeff Hall How can Ziff-Davis possibly think that a photograph of a desecrated grave is an appropriate illustration of the topic of operating system life cycles, or any other topic

by cravinbob / January 4, 2008 3:13 AM PST In reply to: More to read. This discussion is locked            Javad Level 1 (0 points) Q: Urgent. Yahoo? Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - It seems you have a problem with this situation by MarkFlax Forum moderator / January 4, 2008 3:44 AM PST In reply

If I feel the need, I may change from my current XP MCE 2005 installation to POSReady 2009, and still get security updates for five more years. Absent the monopoly crafted by Gates, more dependable apps, *not* tightly tied to / bundled with the WinBlows OS would lead their fields … thinking particularly of Word Perfect, Firefox & ONLY XP allows such hardware boot-device updates via a repair install at boot time! Lol, goodbye stupid person.

Although I'm sure it's by accident.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - what are you? If you need funds to start up some business or money to live a good life?