Re: Can't open hosts file on xp!

From: winged (winged_at_nofollow.com)
Date: 12/09/04

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    Date: 08 Dec 2004 22:48:56 EST
    
    

    I thought that was you, we talked before, I am the guy 3 below you on
    the team page...lol i gotz some catching to do I might make 15K units by
    then. Funny how strange minds work..lol
    Winged

    David H. Lipman wrote:
    > Yes still a SETI phan... as of right now...
    >
    > 19448 WUs
    > 5.569 years processing WUs
    >
    > I hope to make 20K by Jan 1, 05. :-)
    > I did not go BOINC
    >
    > As for the upgrade from one OS to WinXP, it is always best to do a clean install with *any*
    > Windows OS.
    > When it is time to install the OS all you have to do is point the installation at a CDROM of
    > the previous OS if you buy an Upgrade version.
    >
    > Dave
    >
    >
    >
    > "winged" <winged@nofollow.com> wrote in message news:cp8aqi$46a@dispatch.concentric.net...
    > | We have installed XP on excess of 1000 systems to include SP2. It works,
    > | now if we could get the rest of the security issues fixed....Software is
    > | one issue, compatible hardware is another. There is a number of
    > | hardware items that just won't work under XP. There are a number of
    > | legitimate reasons for this. Additionally I have seen a number of
    > | people just try to "upgrade" to XP. The best method to install XP is on
    > | a clean (wiped system)
    > |
    > | Dave, you still processing SETI? ;-)
    > |
    > | Winged
    > |
    > |
    > | David H. Lipman wrote:
    > | > Software that's not compatible like older versions of NAV. Incompatibility with a with
    > a
    > | > Service Pack is nothing new. 50 apps. is more than in previous SP's but I would not use
    > a
    > | > broad statement such as "...There have been a lot of problems w/ sp2 so I've heard.".
    > | >
    > | > A statement like "some have had problems..." is more apropos and has been the case of
    > Win2K
    > | > SP1 ~ SP4 and WinXP SP1.
    > | >
    > | > Dave
    >
    >


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