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06-16-2004, 10:59 PM
http://img75.photobucket.com/albums/v228/XS4Xevr/elvira.jpg EL Virus Got you Milked ??

Someone cast a Spell on your Pride and Joy and making it all go to HELL ??

http://www.sarc.com (Acronomicon for "Symmantic Anti-virus Research Center)

FREE!! Scan your Pride and Joy over lunch or while watching your Favorite LEXX episode. (Using the latest definitions and providing links to FREE tools to download that can remove the Spell and Exorcise the evil spirits away! Also great for those times you suspect your Home Guard program itself was compromised.)

Scroll down and Click on the "CHECK FOR SECURITY RISKS" Button.
A truly 'Charmed' program for the times that make you wanna Pray!!

06-24-2004, 08:29 PM
Thanks for the link Xs4Evr! I've tried it and bookmarked it and shared it with a few other peeps.

07-09-2004, 03:12 PM
FREE!! FREE!! FREE!! CD from Microsoft for :

"Order the Windows Security Update CD"
(This CD is only available for Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 98, and Windows 98 Second Edition (SE).)


Has all the Updates up through this year 2004.
You have to go through the order form procedures, but it is FREE and they don't ask for credit card, etc. They even cover the shipping! It is actually 2 CDs when you receive it, ~one of them is a One-Year Free Trial of an AntiVirus and Firewall Program. You just run the Security CD and it takes off and does everything by itself, reboots the computer several times. Took about 20 minutes on my Pentium II 300 home internet computer, but then that old box of spare parts is a little slow.

(I was getting JavaScript errors reported on many webpages before on almost a daily basis, including at Ebay. After running the CD the errors stopped occuring, at those same websites. Also my computer speeded up somewhat and was snappier again. Like a shot of ice cold lemonade on a dry hot day!)

(Apple users may need to find the Apple Cider Squeezin Pleezin Girl!)

09-28-2004, 02:56 PM

nice link to have, glossery of video formats, etc. :D