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d0nut

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  1. I downloaded Kodak Easyshare in order to have some online photo printing done. I then noticed that there was a heavy drain on my RAM (I run Freeram XP) so ran a Spybot check. Sixty, yes 60, BackWeb items in my registry. Needless to say, I got rid of them. No longer have to keep freeing up RAM every 2 minutes :)

    So much for Kodak's friendly image.


  2. Let me go over exactly what I did. Might help :) I opened Crossword Cracker as usual, and ZA came up and asked did I want to give permission for it to access the Net. I ticked the 'No' box, forgetting that for some of the functions the program has to be online. C.C then shut down and when I attempted to open it again, all I got was the runtime error 75. This is what I posted earlier:

     

    RUNTIME ERROR 75: "Run-time error 75: path/file access error." This error occurs when a program is installed on a network and the user does not have rights to the program directory. For the program to work properly on a network, users must be given rights by the network administrator.

     

    When I checked, my PC was set as 'network'. I reset it as 'desktop' and rebooted, but still the same problem. The answer, I think, lies somewhere in the administrator bit, but I know nothing about networking.

    Hope this helps, and thanks for your time, guys.

    d0nut


  3. Remo. I must have a different version to you. Mine is free, but has no 'Option' tab or button.

    I tried it with ZA uninstalled, but it still didn't work. However, the reason I blame ZA was that everything was OK until I clicked the 'No' button. After that, it didn't work.

    Have to leave, now. Be back in about 12 hours.

    Many thanks.

    d0nut


  4. Does this help? I copied it from a web page.

    RUNTIME ERROR 75: "Run-time error 75: path/file access error." This error occurs when a program is installed on a network and the user does not have rights to the program directory. For the program to work properly on a network, users must be given rights by the network administrator.

     

    When I checked, my PC was set as 'network'. I reset it as 'desktop' and rebooted, but still the same problem.

    d0nut


  5. I recently switched from Black Ice to ZA (ver. 4.5 ) and have been OK until today. I accidentally clicked 'No' for internet access on a program and now all I get when I try to open it is 'Run-time error '75' Path/file access error. I have tried everything, including reinstalling ZA, but the program (Crossword Cracker) won't work. There is nothing relevant on the ZA Instant Help forum. Anybody out there can help, please?

    d0nut


  6. The one point about Cyber friendships that makes them different from other types of direct contact friendships is that you get to know a person from the inside out. This isn't necessarily a good thing. However, eventually, I think you can usually get some idea of a person's character from their general manner of posting. Unpleasant people pretending to be something they are not, will usually show their true nature sooner or later. I have seen it happen in my case, where I have observed something in a post that has made me change my opinion of someone completely. Could be anything, maybe inappropriate language, a snide remark, or something that shows a lack of integrity. I know, deep down, that that sort of person is not someone I would normally choose as a friend. I just phase them out at that point.

    As for not knowing what we look like, a visit to No Mercy's picture gallery at http://68.118.239.11/pcpitstop/page1.htm should help. By the way, we could do with a few more photos up there. (Hint to Volt :mrgreen: )

    Regards to all.

    d0nut


  7. As probably one of the oldest on this forum, (no, I'm not telling!) I suppose I could go anytime. Of course, if I fell seriously ill I could arrange for the gang to know. Getting hit by an express train would throw a slightly different light on things :)

    Don't forget: Death is Nature's way of telling us to slow down :mrgreen:

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