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#1 Drighten


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Posted 28 November 2006 - 12:16 PM


I found this forum while doing a google search for Generic Host Process solutions. Your site was the only one that seemed to understand the problem. Buckeye Sam is very knowledgeable. I am not. I thought therefore that you folks could definitely help me to learn, by reading the different posts, and possibly to fix my Generic Host Process problem, which I will post under a different subject header. I have been involved with computers since the days before MSDOS, but do not have the time to become a guru, so when I have problems within Windows, I must turn to more seasoned practitioners. (prolly too old to learn all the new stuff anyways) If I can in return tell any of you young folks about dinosaurs, please feel free to ask, Ha!

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#2 jgweed


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Posted 28 November 2006 - 12:28 PM

Computing has become so complex that really knowing more than one or two areas well is almost an impossibility. Members here are extremely kind in sharing areas of experience and expertise with one another so everyone benefits.
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