I became excited to find out that Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 was about to be released. I loved NFS3 and looked forward to an “upgraded” graphics engine. I became happy to discover that Need For Speed: HP2 did do a massive overhaul to, not only game play, but also the whole package. As with everything, though, there is a problem. I actually was going to do a Quick Rant on NFS: HP2 because I became extremely frustrated at every turn with the controller fiasco dealing with this product. [Continue Reading]
By popular demand, I have added a Search Page. Contact me for comments on the new feature.
I have included a feature in “testing” that allows my kind viewers to choose Black or White color scheme. Feedback is welcome.
The domains seem to be working as normal, now. Thank you for your patience.
It was reported to me that “www.blackviper.com” is having problems… it should be fixed very soon. Thank you, kind readers, for the information.
A newly posted OS Guide comparing NTFS Compression with Compressed (zipped) folders is online. Read More…
I have added a review of Virtual PC v5.0.
Rockstar Games has done it again with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. An outstanding sequel in a line of games geared for adults. If you enjoyed GTA3, you will love Vice City. Out now on the PlayStation 2.
I have posted updated information on the "few clicks" method of tweaking your Windows XP Services via my Registry Patch Page. It now includes Windows XP Home as well as Windows XP Pro Registry Patch Files.
Boot into safe mode and install this registry patch. It will place RPC service back into automatic. After applying the registry fix, you should be able to boot normally. This file contains only the “Start” key: The “RpcSs” service, this information is applied: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RpcSs] “Start”=dword:00000002 Download File Name: RpcRepair.zip ~ 288 bytes ~ Version .01 ~ October 28, 2002 If this does not fix the problem, you can attempt to reinstall Windows on top of the old installation. This usually repairs the OS, but keeps user data still accessible. However, [Continue Reading]