Windows XP

Posted 8/7/2004 6:31 PM
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Ruth Fox Member

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Posted 8/9/2004 2:41 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Contact the people at bullguard send email to support@bullguard.com sounds like a configuration error to me. they can run you thru the settings.

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Posted 8/9/2004 9:08 PM
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Ruth Fox Member

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Thanks they told my to unistall Bullguard and re-install the new version and hey presto it works!
Posted 8/10/2004 12:53 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Your more than welcome,

thanks for letting me know it worked!

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Posted 9/20/2004 1:15 PM
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Justin Valued member

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I personally don't like Windows XP, I heard they still have unfixed bugs within the OS. I stick with an earlier version of Windows that I grew up with and am use to operating.
Posted 9/20/2004 1:28 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Justin,

I hear that alot when it comes to XP, there is truth to it , you've got used to 9X, the first computer I bought had XP on it I have not had any real problems with it. I do like the freedoms you have with 9X though, not near the compatibility issues that you have with XP, piece of friendly advice, Be very carefull of SP2, it will lock down XP alright but you may not like that either so be carefull.

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Posted 2/3/2005 4:20 PM
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:freaked: anyone downloading sp2 get the free cd from microsoft they send it to you at no charge also i recomend that you look up what to do before you install it on your computer. run spybot and adware and you should have no problems installing it as ive done it and no problems so far
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