After thinking about it, I decided to remove the BableFish link to translate this site. It resembled a banner by a little more than what I liked.
After just about totally driving me insane, I have finished my "Triple-Deuce" or six OS boot configuration. No, really, it is not at all what you think. I will post an article all about it soon. What a nightmare. I also tested Windows XP Service Pack 1 installation on a few configurations. Check the information here.
In preparation to install and test SP1, I am using this opportunity to do many thing: Reconfigure all systems [link removed] (change parts around), update all BIOS to latest, download all new drivers for multiple OS’s. Test SP1, on multiple systems, then format and install Windows .NET. Reevaluate my feelings on the CUV4X-D Motherboard and VIA. This will entail combining two systems, one of which I am using to check my E-Mail, so delays will be obvious with my replies. Since I can install Windows .NET on multiple systems, it [Continue Reading]
I have (almost) completely moved away from the Flash navigation structure. I am working hard at getting the site to be functional, yet work on multiple browsers. Easier said than done. Check here for more site updates.
I have moved away from the Flash navigation structure to assist my kind readers in choosing how they wish to view my domain. If you are having difficulty reading the text, in your browser, select "View –> Text Size" or "View –> Text Zoom" and adjust your settings as necessary. I have also included a Bablefish link to allow my foreign readers to translate the pages easier. As far as how well it works, I have no idea. It is all Greek to me. 🙂
This question could be coming from a person that is using a Microsoft known pirated version of Windows XP Professional Corporate Edition. Since I have no way of verifying any claims made to me via E-Mail, I ignore all “questionable” requests for such type of information. If you purchased a Legitimate copy of Windows, this should not occur and their would be no real reason to ever have to change your product ID or your serial number. Contact Microsoft Technical Support for assistance if you feel you have a valid reason to [Continue Reading]
www.viaarena.com is an outstanding web site to locate information about VIA chipsets. I am not about to reproduce the information here. If you are having problems, please search the Forums and FAQ for more information. Ironicly enough, all the problems that I feel are associated with VIA chipsets, they say is everything else. Because of this: I am even considering firing up the CUV4X-D again after Service Pack 1’s release, updated BIOS, “better” drivers, more robust 4in1’s, etc. To prove them wrong? No. I want a dual CPU computer! 🙂
Ask BV ~ FAQ ~ I knew it would not take very long after Service Pack 1 was released to get these questions in my inbox: Is there a way to change a Windows XP’s Serial number without reinstalling the whole thing? I just attempted to install Windows XP Service Pack 1 and it says I have a pirated copy! What do I do? Read the answers to these and more in my Windows XP FAQ.
Articles ~ I have made an addition the the Articles and the Operating System Guide section to include how to Install Windows XP Professional. This Guide will help you discover and see what is to come without any risks.
This problem is caused by using a Microsoft known pirated copy of Windows XP Professional Corporate Edition. If you purchased a Legitimate copy of Windows, this should not occur. Contact Microsoft Technical Support for assistance. The contact information is located in your manual that came with your particular version. If you are using a pirated copy of Windows XP, please do not ask me for help. I will not answer any questions with regards to pirated software. For more information: Hacks, Cracks and Cheats Rant Putting Out the Flames Rant WPA and [Continue Reading]