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FYI. SP2 uninstall security measures.

by phattdaddy / September 26, 2004 12:22 PM PDT
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Re: FYI. SP2 uninstall security measures.
by John Robie / September 26, 2004 4:37 PM PDT
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Re: FYI. SP2 uninstall security measures.
by phattdaddy / September 27, 2004 7:30 AM PDT

John, Thanks for the correction, have been back over six months of messages in this and other forums and this is the third time that this has occurred when using my aged laptop. I did a copy and paste from the address bar, and on each occasion part of the address is missing.
Have been back over the last six months of messages in this and other forums.
It appears to be an intermittent problem starting about a month ago. I very rarely use the lap top as it does have a few problems due to weight, age, capacity and also the "who dropped the laptop syndrome". Will see if I can address this hiccup asap. The laptop will probably be use as an emergency anchor for our boat tender!

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