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Lost In Cyberspace


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#1 dirty_dawg

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Posted 01 August 2006 - 09:37 AM

Hi, I have been around cyberspace now since 1994', and I enjoy the exiting resources.

Early on the only browser was Netscape, and the search engine was Yahoo.. because the Internet was relatively new for commerical applications that was about all anyone needed.

The Internet has had some exciting advanacements, and we have not even seen the tip of the iceberg.

As fast as the Internet growth has been so has computer developements, and that growth brings me to this forum.

As a Senior citizen (62 years young) I openly admit I have trouble keeping up, and enjoying golf at the same time.

I am here looking for help with my XP OS, not booting up (NTLDR is missing).

I will post my questions on the appropriate area of this forum... Thanks

Now I am lost so I am going to go find myself if I get back before I return please tell me to wait.

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Posted 01 August 2006 - 10:23 AM

Keeping up with all the new technological, social, and political developments would be a full-time hobby if it were not for the time spent keeping computers running and free from malware.
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