Snaxe

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  1. I installed a new heatsink yesterday. It is the Thermaltake EXTREME VOLCANO. I have an AMD Athlon XP 2500+. After installing it, whenever I boot up, it gives me a message saying: CPU is unworkable or has been changed --Check CPU Soft Menu It stops right here. I can push F1 and it will go on fine. What is causing this? What do I do to stop it?
  2. I've got something that will change the clock, but it changes a crap load more. It's a replacement shell, but you don't have to replace it to try it out. You can have it running over Explorer if you so desire. It is called BBLean and is a variant of Black Box for Windows. It allows much more customization of the clock. open the readme page and find where it shows the clock formatting. Now, ctrl+right click on the task bar. Select Edit Settings or something similar. Find where it shows clock format like things. Edit that, save, right click, restart black box, done.
  3. I prefer to not ask what the heck's going on. The truth might disturb me more than I already am....
  4. Other available WyldRyde networks and their status as of this post: Acropolis__________ONLINE Dauntless__________Coming Soon Defiant____________OFFLINE Enterprise_________ONLINE Excalibur__________ONLINE Intrepid___________TESTING QuickStream________ONLINE Rubicon____________ONLINE Sovereign__________ONLINE Ticonderoga________ONLINE Valiant____________OFFLINE I use Sovereign for any wondering. I don't know why, I just do.
  5. 'Twasn't a problem. Glad I could help.
  6. Snaxe

    Netstat

    I was there, good times, good times. Don't panic if one sees the ports 5190-AIM, ICQ 5050-Y! Messenger 6667-IRC 1863-MSN Messenger EDITED
  7. I've got a Logitech MX 510 and I know there isn't a Linux driver for it, but I was wondering if there was someway I could get as much functionality out of it as possible. Any ideas? Oh yeah, Red Hat 9, GNOME EDIT:!: NEVERMIND! I really should do Google and then post the topic instead of the other way around.... I'll come back to this thread if I need help doing anything I found here, which starts now. The page has three links to something it says I should download. The links are at dev.gentoo.org. I'm using Red Hat 9, not Gentoo. Should I be concerned?
  8. Welcome back! Don't do extraneous supervising now!
  9. After each post, at the bottom, there's a button to PM someone. If you have received a PM, at the top next to "My Controls" it will say "1 New Message" instead of "0 New Messages" I always do exactly what has already been said by other people.
  10. Wow, there are quite a few really great looking ones. Good luck picking one out B. My only wonder is how so many look so good as JPEGs...
  11. There are more IRC client recommendations are available on their site
  12. Right now, I use whatever was default in Red Hat 9, which I'm 99% sure is GNOME. I have been too scared to try anything else. Most likely I'm going to switch over to Blackbox once I get more not newbie as I use a variant of Blackbox for Windows on Windows.
  13. Thank you jcl! I am posting this from Linux!
  14. Yes! I did not give in to the GMail fad! Go me!
  15. Was it Everest or Aida32? No? Well I tried.
  16. Firefox=awesome...IE=the opposite of awesome... The toolbar doesn't even show up. The computers not connected to the internet anymore either. I also remember saying that the reg entry is the only trace of it.
  17. I should probably make a post to draw attention to the question... EDIT:!: Never mind. Someone told me the answer. No there are not any requirements.
  18. Snaxe

    Happy B-day

    I second that Happy Birthday
  19. Thanks jcl! I'll try that tomorrow as I am one heck of procrastinator (homework). EDIT:!:The Next Day: Are there any requirements or anything that I need to do in order to burn a data CD in Windows to be used in Linux? Or does someone know an alternate way for me to get the driver to Linux? I do not have a USB thumb drive
  20. I saw something that I missed during the startup scripts that might be related: Setting network parameters [ OK ] I found the ethernet controller with the $ less /proc/pci It said: Bus 0, device 4, function 0: Ethernet Controller: PCI device 10de:0066 (nVidia Corporation) (rev 161). IRQ 10. Master Capable. No bursts. Min Gnt=1.Max Lat=20. Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xe8087000 [0xe80870ff]. Maybe it has something to do with "function 0"? EDIT:!: With $ lspci it brings up 00:04.0 Ethernet controller: nVidia Corporation nForce2 Ethernet Con
  21. I'll go check that. EDIT:!: I did not see a start up script like what you described. There wasn't any that failed, but there wasn't any that looked like what you described. No this computer was not connected to the internet before Red Hat was installed.
  22. ... Maybe I'm wrong... PC=>router=>cable modem=>wall ?