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Real Name:  Sandman
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Sandman
Macromedia Flash
Here's the problem - Macromedia Flash shows player and controls,  but dosn't show any content. (this is for the viewing of a foran site.) I think the problem lays in the "Embed" Tag used on some sites, since the problem only happens on afew sites seen. Any ideas to the cause and a fix for it ?  (this has me stumped and many other techs.)  
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11 years ago

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Skeech
Windows 2000 Professional
Here's a problem that popped up - I try to boot into my computer running Windows 2000 Professional, and the system gets to the Windows 2000 logo screen then automatically goes into a reboot, and the cycle repeats itself. An error message pops up but only for a split second so I cannot read it. I have not installed anything onto the computer in over two months. It's set up as NTFS, only one partition, and it's a Compaq 7000 Series., , Two question:, , 1. What the heck is wrong (sorry, had to ask)?, 2. Is there a way to freeze the error screen as it pops up so I can read it?, , Thanks in advance for any help., , Chris
17 years ago

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Sandman
RE: Windows 2000 Professional
Two question:, , 1. What the heck is wrong (sorry, had to ask)?, 2. Is there a way to freeze the error screen as it pops up so I can read it?

Questions:

  

1.) your system pathway is incorrect.

2.) press pause/break as soon as you see error screen coming up. (you must be fast on the button or it won't work.)   

12 years ago
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Sandman
RE: Windows ME and GeForce 2 MX 200 Graphics Card
Goto : http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html and ask there support the question.
12 years ago
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darkmast2
Windows ME and GeForce 2 MX 200 Graphics Card
I was wondering if anyone has encountered problems while installing a GeForce 2 MX 200 Graphics Card while running the Windows ME Operating System., , When I install the card and start up windows, it won't automatically detect the new card. Also when I try to install it manually it still won't find it., , Anyone have any ideas., , P.S. The card is AGP and my old one is PCI (3D Blaster Savage 4). I have made sure AGP is enabled in BIOS and have tried the AGP at different speeds.
18 years ago

SANDMAN
Goto : http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html and ask there support the question.
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David H. Thornton Sr
Serial Printing
I am running Windows 2000 Advance Server and I have a POS program that the vendor is saying it is a microsoft problem with printing from a serial port(COM1) I have an Epson Serial printer and I tested it VIA the printer folder and I get a test print. I then go to the command prompt and used the mode status command and it saying it does not exist but if I use the print command (eg. print /d:com1 c:\set.txt) it prints. Is there any way I can automatically print the file out or get windows to print from the software. Any suggestions
14 years ago

SANDMAN
Try use the systems "ADD PRINTER" to reinstall printer. (donot use the software that came with the printer to install the drivers ; 2000 has the drivers you will need to install drivers.)  It work for me.Smile
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