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#31
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:whistling: You ought to win something...this is post 8000 for me :help:


All the thousands of people you have helped are the winners. :blink: Thank you, once again, for all of your hard work and dedication to the site! We appreciate each and every post you make, and all of the OP's you help here.
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Congrats!! And yes, that worked. Tell KAT to reward you - and me. Thanks again. I sure appreciate the help and understanding.
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:blink: He still isn't getting any of Metallica and I's sekrit chocolate stash. :whistling:

I'll be sure to mention to Blair that Wannabe needs a reward! :help:
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SH_T!! Now I'm getting a thingy when windows starts that says "Enter your password for Microsoft Networking". I can click O.K. and it finishes windows. Where did that come from? Can I get rid of it? I'm positive that she has never used that and it didn't show up before.Please, help - again.
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No biggie... :whistling:

Open Control Panel and double click on the "Network" icon. Under the "Configuration" tab, in the "Primary Network Logon" drop down menu, select "Windows Family Logon" and "Apply" the change.
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Wait!!!!! NO CHOCOLATE?????? :whistling:
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How do you know all this stuff??? Naturally, it worked. Anyway, I couldn't leave you at 8000 posts. Had to get you over the hump. Now, I'm going to bed. Too old for this late-night stuff. I will tell my daughter to fix the Chocolate situation when I talk at her tomorrow. After all, what's a little candy, right (Hee Hee)? Later, and thanx.
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#38
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Good Lord Dad. it's 3:30am at your house!! :blink: I'm glad you got Aunt Linda's computer all fixed up for her! :whistling:

Wannabe...you've been around long enough to know we don't share very well! What about some nice peppermints, instead?!?!
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Wait!!!!! NO CHOCOLATE?????? :whistling:


~~~ snickers ~~

Hi daddy-Kat :blink:
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