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About 666philb

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  2. Web of trust is a good plugin for your browser...... "The WOT add-on is a safe surfing tool for your browser. Traffic-light rating symbols show which websites you can trust when you search, shop and surf on the Web. " http://www.mywot.com/
  3. Try a different burner, here's some....... http://download.cnet.com/CDBurnerXP/3000-2...4-10409086.html http://infrarecorder.org/
  4. for pure un-bloatedness....... http://www.pendriveapps.com/silentnight-mi...e-cddvd-burner/ 1.43mb
  5. By weird coincidence i switched to SumatraPDF last night after looking for small portable programs to put on a memory stick. I was really impressed with it's size and speed. 1.16mb Brilliant!
  6. and some firefox plugins 'key scrambler' encrypts your key strokes when surfing 'adblock plus' 'flashgot' downloads video and music from the web
  7. some recomendations..... all free! 'everything' instantly finds what ever you search for on your computer. (a must have) http://www.voidtools.com/ 'foxit reader' pdf viewer, much quicker than adobe reader ( careful not to install the ask toolbar!) http://download.cnet.com/Foxit-Reader/3000...4-10313206.html 'winpatrol' control unwanted startups, and warns you when installed programs try to change settings. http://download.cnet.com/WinPatrol/3000-8022_4-10129149.html 'izarc' zipper & unzipper unzips almost everything http://www.izarc.org/ 'abiword' a free word processer that's about
  8. http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/regcure-c4155.html
  9. I used regcure about 2 years ago, When i ran it it found over 500 errors which i fixed, i then ran it again straight away and it found another couple of hundred errors..... which i fixed I then ran it again straight away! and it found more errors!...... which i fixed I then couldn't run it anymore because then computer died and wouldn't reboot. Luckily though, it wasn't my computer
  10. No No NO! exile360, I definately wasn't running Bioshock2 (if only), check out my computer stats above Ok, thanks everyone for your suggestions, i've had this posted at 'my bleeping computer' as well, but no one has been able to come up with a solution, even a google search comes up with nothing! So, i'm going to put my pagefile back together, plop it in the middle of the drive and keep a very close eye on it. thanks again 666philb
  11. thanks yokenny, It's not the position of the pagefile that i have a problem with, it's the fact that windows suddenly decided to move it and make a mess of moving it! I've noticed it do this before on previous installs of xp, usually it's fine and it just moves it without incident, but a few times it's fragmented it by moving it somewhere silly! Like now! I'm thinking that there must be a registry value that you can alter to change this behaviour.
  12. thanks exile360, i had already set the pagefile to a static size, this is why it's so infuriating.
  13. I have page defrag, but i wouldn't have to use it if windows didn't move it willy nilly.
  14. Yokenny1 i know my computer's a bit crap, but it runs absolutely fine for what i use it for. You can forget Bioshock 2 though! windows in this instance clearly does not know best!, it moved the (unfragmented) pagefile from the best performing part of the disc, to worse performing part of the disc fragmenting it in the process. And because it's moved it once, whats to stop it moving it again? fragmenting it even more! I want to find a way to stop it doing this
  15. just for you buttons another pic
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