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Odd Boot Problem

20 June 2006 - 08:16 PM

When I boot my PC, it show's my customized logo :p and then goes to a screen that says "DISKBOOT ERROR! PLEASE INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER". When I add my Win XP DVD, I get the "Press any key to boot from CD/DVD..."But if I let that wait, it goes to the XP Logo and loads fine. When Im on the desktop the CD in which the XP DVD is in makes a very strange noise.

If it helps, It worked fine untill I unplugged my 2 HD's to plug my Xbox one in to reformat it. (60GB, Yes the box is modded). I was using a Linux Distro to read the FATX Partition Table and try to undo my n00bish mistake. (It was bootable distro, so all the data was stored in my RAM), But that get's dumped during a Restart. It couldnt be my Boot Loader/Partition cause both my HD's were unplugged, and the only way to reconfigure my BIOS is through XP or through a specialized disk that has to have the same CRC and name (atabiosreload.exe or something like that), So the Linux Distro couldnt harm the system in any way....

Im interested and hearing what people say, lol


Torrent Discussion

02 June 2006 - 09:43 PM

I've found several news sites that have posted about the torrent debate/problem going on right now.

PLEASE! KEEP IT G RATED! FOLLOW THE REVORA RULES! IF you post ANY links to a torrent or a pirated site, your post will be deleted!

Main News Sites:.
http://www.neowin.ne...=The Pirate Bay

http://www.neowin.ne...=The Pirate Bay

Third-Party News:.


This really caught my eye. Taken from CNN.com

"We want to find out whether pressure from the U.S. government was behind the action," Center Party spokesman Johan Linander was quoted as saying by newspaper Dagens Nyheter."

*Edited for spelling mistakes...

IE 7 Beta Release!

31 January 2006 - 11:04 PM

Quote from Neowin.net
Microsoft is planning to release, to the public, a preview version of Internet Explorer 7.

Dubbed "Public Preview" the release includes tabbed browsing, page zoom, tab groups, RSS support and improved printing support. The release is expected to be available by this evening (GMT).

Amongst the many new features, tabbed browsing will allow customers to manage multiple web pages within one session of a browser. Firefox, an open source rival, has long intergrated this functionality by default but now Microsoft is catching up this may lure many users back to the Microsoft browser. RSS is a heavy new feature of IE7 allowing users to "syndicate" feeds from various sites.
Microsoft is expected to deliver the final version of Internet Explorer 7 at the end of the year alongside Windows Vista.

Internet Explorer 7 Public Preview will be available shortly to users with Windows XP SP2 and a genuine copy of Windows.

Update: Microsoft have now released Beta 2 as build 5296, download below.

IE Beta 2 Preview