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Paddy
21st April 2000, 10:11
Happy Easter everyone! (http://www.users.totalise.co.uk/~patrick.bushe/easter.exe)

[This message has been edited by Paddy [MU] (edited 21 April 2000).]

cancer
21st April 2000, 10:27
i don't know why people say 'happy easter' when the christian god was crucified by his own creation. us humans have a bizarre way of dealing with things. i guess easter & christmas is all about rampant commercialism now. oops there i go being all cynical and jaded again.
cheers.


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Win98SE 4.10.2222A, DX7a.



[This message has been edited by cancer (edited 21 April 2000).]

Jorden
21st April 2000, 10:27
GREAT !!

This program requires Microsoft Windows

What do you think I try to execute it in, dumb thing? http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif

Jord.

Jorden
21st April 2000, 10:38
us humans have a bazaar

I hope you meant bizarre, cancer http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

I'm not English from language either, but a bazaar is a Middle East Market, coming close to selling parts of... okay?

Jord.

cancer
21st April 2000, 10:47
excuse the spelling, however i was hoping to convey the contradiction that this event in history compares to how its celebrated today....
cheers.

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Aopen HX08 full tower case, Asus P3V4X bios 1.03, P!!! FC-PGA 550e @733, 160M pc100 sdram, Matrox G400MAX bios 1.4 PDesk 5.52.015, Seagate 28.5G Ultra ATA66 7200rpm HD, Pioneer 103s DVD 6X/32X drive, SB AWE64 Gold ISA sound card, SMC pci ethernet adaptor, Castlewood Orb 2.2G media drive, Nortel 100 cable modem, Mitsubishi 1995 19in monitor, occasionally use dualhead for dvd on a Sony 80cm Wega TV, MS natural keyboard, MS Intellimouse Explorer,
Win98SE 4.10.2222A, DX7a.

Vlip
21st April 2000, 11:39
I guess that's why Win2k is finally quite stable, because it's NOT windows!!!
I need somebody to decompile it really fast to find out wich core it's really made off!!
Unix? Linux? Be? MACOS[whamp, almost fainted just at this thought].

;-)
Happy easter to you all

Vlip

Paddy
21st April 2000, 15:26
sorry i tried it under win98.

btw, i am installing win2k together with wn98 on the same fat32 partition os there anything in particular that i should be aware of.


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Jorden
21st April 2000, 15:49
I use Win98 FE, Pat, so I may flame the heck out of you http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

glarec
21st April 2000, 20:19
you sure this is not another virus? :P

i am getting paranoid on exe files nowadays since my friends kept sending me and my wife viruses unknowingly *shiver*

paulcs
21st April 2000, 22:56
All this talk of philosophical matters (sacred vs. profane) and viruses has put me in the mood for some chocolate bunnies and marshmellow peeps.

Happy Easter.

Paul
paulcs@flashcom.net

[This message has been edited by paulcs (edited 22 April 2000).]

fds
22nd April 2000, 03:43
There could be some problems. That way both will use the same Program Files folder. You should put W2K on another partition if you intend to keep both.

Paddy
22nd April 2000, 07:22
Surely haveing one program files directory wont be a problem.
Win2k will only need the reg entries so if i install my apps over them selves everything will be ok?

I dont want to mess around with two partitions...
this is going to be a trial run to see how compatible my apps are. If there is a significant improvement i will just erase the win98 dir.

Still i am only doing it becasue i can...
I dont need to Os's
fun and games!

Patrick

Muad'Dib
23rd April 2000, 13:24
Happy Easter Everyone!

Ok, now that that's over with, http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif does anyone know why there are different Easters? I mean, there is one today, and then one next Sunday for Orthodox religions.... WTF!?! I'm at a loss... http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

Dimitri

Good luck with that os stuff Patrick.