Black Viper
Black Viper
Oct 112002

When I was in school, I spent more time banging on keyboards, playing games, tearing apart old electronics and watching “Mtv” (when they actually played video’s) than I did studying English. As my defense, I try to also write as I talk, which is not very correct grammar. As a result, I get my point across, but with mistakes. I sometimes over use the CAPS key to make a point. That is usually considered a no-no. I tend to “incorrectly” use and over use quotation marks (as I just did). [Continue Reading]

Oct 062002

Introduction Using “FDISK” does not have to be a difficult chore as long as you follow my FDISK Usage Guide. If you know what to expect, it is a rather easy task. Note: If you are “clean” installing Windows 2000, XP Home or XP Pro, and do not wish to multi-boot your system, you do not have to run FDISK before hand as, during the install process, options for creating partitions are built in. FDISK Usage Guide Important Information Warning: Using FDISK to “resize” or recreate a partition will effectively destroy what [Continue Reading]

Oct 012002

After some major confusion on my part, I have fixed the “cannot resize the text” bug in my CSS file. Sorry for the mistake. I am going to attempt to get rid of the table layout and finally (again) go for layers, but every time I do, either IE or Mozilla does not function “as I wish they would.” So much for standards. Grrr…. 🙂

Sep 292002

I have repaired many links that were invalid. Mainly because of incorrect capitalization, but plenty were for other reasons. If you stumble across any, please contact me.

Sep 272002

I have been working hard at changing a few (about 1000) punctuation errors. Honestly, they do not look correct “either way,” but I am going for the seemingly proper way.

Sep 242002

The reason is because with msconfig and Hardware Profiles, you can disable services that may be vital to boot your system. With the management console (services.msc) you cannot. Also, msconfig, while unchecking the box, is disabling the service. The “Disable All” button also scares me. It should not even be there as no reason exists to justify disabling “everything.” Not “allowing” people to use msconfig reduces the flames and technical support questions in my inbox from people that fail to read the descriptions I offer with each service and the warnings [Continue Reading]