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#1 AlwaysANewbie


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Posted 14 November 2012 - 02:29 PM

Hi all. I use my desktop PC for consulting and for writing articles about traveling and about cooking and I like to
gamble, particularly online. I don't play any on line games and I do not watch on line movies. I want my PC
to be reliable. I found the Bleeping Computer Forum when I went googling for help when my usually reliable PC would not restart the
O/S (Windows XP Home). So,if you can help with this, look for my post. And thanks!
And, just in case someone from the Forum Administrator's Office checks these intro postings, here is a suggestion:
Include some instruction with the Registration Process regarding the Verify if you are a human step.
IMO, the need to know if the words, numbers, letters, symbols, etc. that are provided and need to be replicated should
be preceded by some simple words of instruction, such as use a space to separate the words, or, be certain to match the case sensitive spellings.
Unless of course this final step in the registration process is deliberately set up to confound a new prospective member and assess his/her desire to register! Thanks for listening!

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#2 republıc


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Posted 18 November 2012 - 01:09 PM

Greetings to all friends in turkey.

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