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[SOLVED] start and shut-up problems with windows 98.

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by theo, Jan 17, 2002.

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  1. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    Very bad news.Now the pc is working when I try to
    switch on BUT now the screen staying black for ever.
    I am so sad I do not want to look at it for a while.Thank you all of you:confused:
     
  2. deanas

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    Hi Theo:
    Why not give ETS's suggestion a try?
     
  3. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    DEANAS,Thank you I am working on ET'S suggestion.Thanks!!!!!
     
  4. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    thanks ETS

    The problem was the video card!!
     
  5. ETS

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    Happy to hear it worked out.... and thanks for letting us know.
     
  6. theo

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    The problem was the video card.
    ETS ,first spot it.Thank you.
     
  7. Rollin' Rog

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    Great that you solved it Theo, but a separate thread for the happy announcement is not really needed, so I will merge this to the previous. :)
     
  8. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    Thank you Rollin'Rog
    I am still new in the TSG.
    Very soon I will come out with another problem
    this time with my very old lap-top.
    Thanks!!
     
  9. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    I just want to delete this thread guys, but seems that I do something wrong.I click on the edit box next to my original thread i check the delete box on the left and then click the button to the right
    ,<Delete Now>.But nothing:mad:
     
  10. ~Candy~

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    Theo, you can't delete a thread, only the moderators and administrators can do that....everything is fine, really. Glad to see you're problem was solved. Have a great day!
     
  11. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    Hello AcaCandy
    why the edit box has two options:Edit/Delete Message?
    Thank you.:confused:
     
  12. ~Candy~

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    I suppose that's the way the software for the site had to be written so that the administrator could assign privileges as to who could edit and who could delete.

    In the future, if you post something that you want deleted, just hit the Report Thread button and ask for it to be deleted.
     
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