Re: The large disk question...

2001-03-16 Thread neil barnes

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 08:46:03
From: "neil barnes" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: The large disk question...

Brilliant...

Are you in a position to do the same thing on a CT50, before you fill your 
disk up? (I'd do it myself, but I only have 6G so the point is moot...)

Neil


Start Data: 1F316F400 (8373335040) = sector 16,354,170
End   Data: 1F337F000 (8375496704)
Start Data: 1F3386C00 (8375528448)
End   Data: 1F7366200 (8442503680) = sector 16,489,265
Start Data: 4A8518600 (20003784192)
END OF PARTITION at 4a853 (20003880960)

This seems reasonable, with the memory image written near what would
be the end of an 8GB disk, and occupying about 64MB.


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Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

2001-03-16 Thread neil barnes

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 09:00:45
From: "neil barnes" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

This sounds absolutely wonderful...but I'm afraid my email had complete 
hiccups on it! It's almost poetry, but I have no idea what it all means :)

Seriously, if there is a memory upgrade past 32M for ct50 I want one...

Neil


To do , as for idea that you propose suddenly...=20
The turtle turtle doing in ADTEC make 16MB memory of the treasure, the =
rear 8MB increasing =E3=81=A1 =E3=82=83 obtaining you call=20
How, to be fearful there is no =E5=8B=BF body even in world, the wound =
it was the idea which probably will be put out... " (/ )/=20

Acknowledging the fact that this is released pleasantly and you =
appreciate .=20

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Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

2001-03-16 Thread neil barnes

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 09:03:31
From: "neil barnes" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?




From: "Paul Chan" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: Libretto [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Libretto [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 23:38:00 -0800

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 15:31:59 +0800
From: "Paul Chan" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

Hi Lou,

Please find the attached Microsoft Word Document for Libretto 50/70 Expand
Memory Card Pin Assignment. I am very sure that it is useful for the
experiment.

Best regards,

Paul

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Or not, as the case may be. Can you post it on a web site anywhere, or email 
to me at [EMAIL PROTECTED] and I'll post it on my site.

Cheers,

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RE: driver source for y-e data floppy

2001-03-16 Thread Alexandre Kaoukhov

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 10:18:16 +0100
From: "Alexandre Kaoukhov" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: driver source for y-e data floppy

Why? It is already included.

 -Original Message-
 From: nrubenstein [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 6:32 AM
 To: Libretto
 Subject: RE: driver source for y-e data floppy


 Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 00:22:25 -0500
 From: "nrubenstein" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: driver source for y-e data floppy

 I don't suppose someone has found a working W2k driver for the floppy?
 Nick

 -Original Message-
 From: Michael Hodish [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 6:36 PM
 To: Libretto
 Subject: driver source for y-e data floppy


 Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 18:33:18 -0500
 From: "Michael Hodish" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: driver source for y-e data floppy

 Steve, I had a related problem. Following is copy of my communication with
 Y-E data, and they gave me links to Tosh/Canada, which, as of a couple of
 months ago, at least, had the drivers available on line. Hope this solves
 your problem. At any rate, it gives you a contact at ye date, who speaks
 english!  Mike Hodish
 =
 Dear Sir

 This is Sales support of Y-E Data Inc. Japan.

 We could not support and send the driver for OEM
 (Original Equipment Manufacturer) model.
 TOSHIBA shipped it with their own customized driver for Libretto.

 Please try to contact TOSHIBA.

 -
 For your information


 If your Libretto is Libretto 50 or Libretto 70,  the information
 of the driver is available on the TOSHIBA's web at
 http://www.toshiba.ca/support/Tsbs/500/tsb0537.htm

 And you can download the driver from
 http://www.toshiba.ca/support/Downloads/index.html

 If Libretto 50CT then download 50CTCTRL.EXE
 ftp://ftp.toshiba.ca/win95/50ctctrl.exe

 If Libretto 70CT then download 70CTCTRL.EXE
 ftp://ftp.toshiba.ca/win95/70ctctrl.exe

 The driver for Libretto 50 or 70 will work both Windows 95
 and Windows 98.


 If yor Libretto is Libretto 100 or 110, you can download from
 TOSHIBA Web Pages
 http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/win98index.jsp?Se
 riesID=109
 5

 Best regards,


 Yuko Takeguchi
 Multimedia Products Sales Dept. 2
 Y-E DATA Inc. JAPAN
 Tel: +81-42-932-9861 Fax: +81-42-932-9880
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RE: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

2001-03-16 Thread Alexandre Kaoukhov

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 10:18:42 +0100
From: "Alexandre Kaoukhov" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

I always wondered what should mean the following Sandra report:

   Memory Controller 
Error Detection Method:   None
Error Correction Capability:  None
Current Memory Interleave:1 way
Number of Memory Slots:   2
Maximum Installable Memory:   128MB
  ^
Maximum Module Size:  64MB
Supported FPM/EDO Speeds: 60ns
Supported Memory Types:   EDO
Supported Memory Voltages:3.3V

   Physical/BIOS Memory Banks 
Soldering (RASLine-0):32MB 60ns EDO single-bank
TOSHIBA unique (RASLine-2):   32MB 60ns EDO single-bank


Cheers,
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Re: The large disk question...

2001-03-16 Thread Digby Tarvin

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 10:10:24 + (GMT/BST)
From: Digby Tarvin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: The large disk question...

Hi Neil,
 
 Are you in a position to do the same thing on a CT50, before you fill your 
 disk up? (I'd do it myself, but I only have 6G so the point is moot...)
 
Well, I don't have a CT50, so I was about to say no. But seeing as
we both frequent the BBC we could always try it on yours before I
fill the disk - if you were keen.

Regards,
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Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

2001-03-16 Thread Lou S

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 07:21:00 -0500
From: "Lou S" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

Hi Paul, thanks for the posts, they certainly caused a lot of folks to pay 
attention to the memory upgrade possibilities of the Libretto.

I was unable to download your jpeg's at first and responded to what I 
thought you may have done, that is, you used the current memory boards 
within the Libretto. But you're really "adding" memory chips to the board, 
that is possible I suppose but 99.99% of the people here would not be able 
to do it, especially if it requires unsolding surface mount chips and 
cutting a new circuit board. There is also very little room inside the 
Libretto versus the IBM PC to add more chips, where would a new board fit 
in?

Also, it still is; in my mind anyway; a matter of the addresses on the 
memory chip, can the CPU use the new, extra addresses properly? I am only 
familiar with upgrading the memory capacity on a radio. I added switches to 
allow me to addresses certain addresses on a radio memory chip one at a 
time.

An example would be a TV, let's say each channel is 16MB of memory. To use a 
different 16MB of memory I need to change channels, but since I only watch 
one channel at a time that's not a problem using a manual switch to address 
memory.

On my radio I only listen to one station (memory) at a time so it's not a 
problem adding 16 times the memory capacity for storage. But I am not all 
that familiar with a PC's CPU and how it uses RAM memory chips. If your IBM 
shows more RAM, is it actually there or is the CPU fooled into thinking it's 
there?

Once you can explain how the CPU can access the extra addresses on the new 
memory chip I'll be able to understand how you did the mod. PC are not my 
area of expertise, I'll do a hack here and there but your idea is new to me. 
Explain in more detail, take your time, no need to rush, I'm not about to 
run out and buy more chips today :)

Best wishes,
Louis
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L100 Audio Hiss, NIC Lockup Problems

2001-03-16 Thread kodiak

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 10:52:43 -0500 (EST)
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: L100 Audio Hiss, NIC Lockup Problems

I'm running Win98SE on a BIOS-updated L100 running at the default clock
speed, with the original hard drive.  I bought it off ebay in December
with no OS, and have had two problems develop after getting it running
stable with 98SE - both of these were not occurring at one point.

First, the Audio Hiss - I checked the microphone volume, and it is muted.
If I mute the speaker, the hiss goes away.  I think I have managed to get
this to stop in another fashion at one point, but it always comes back
when I reboot.  The hiss is proportional to the main volume control.  Any
thoughts?  I would just assume it's the fault of a bad sound chip, but I
really think I have seen it stop, before.

Second, my PCMCIA NIC (10 BaseT XJack) now locks up the Libretto whenever
I insert it.  If I have the card inserted, and boot the machine, it locks
up at the Windows splash screen.  If I insert the card after the machine
finishes booting, it locks up shortly after making the "PCMCIA card
identified" noise.  This card definitely worked in the past.  My PCMCIA
modem works fine in the Libretto, and the NIC works fine in my other
laptop.  I could afford to replace this NIC, but I eventually want to use
a 802.11 NIC in the Libretto, as soon as I can afford it - and then I
would have a spare NIC.  Any thoughts on what might be going on, here?

Thanks for your help!

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Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

2001-03-16 Thread Paul Chan

Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 00:19:15 +0800
From: "Paul Chan" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

Hi Lou,

Concerning the space of Libretto's addition memory chip. I think, you can
solid over the existing ram chip (on top of the orginal ram just like thye
IBM PC110, I hope you have seen this machine. This is the smallest PalmTop
PC for mass production, only 1/3 size of Libretto) . I will try to find out
the CPU layout of the Libretto 50/70. If I find will, I will post it on the
mail list. I think, I just show a method to upgrade this good machine just
like IBM PC110 and extend its life. The reason why I wish to find the
solution for memory upgrade is currently I use Win2K with my Libretto. As
you know, Win2K is a memory eater so I hope to find a solution. For the pin
assignment diagram for  Libretto I can sent you personally due to I need
3.5MB pdf file. I cannot post to this mail list. If any one interest I can
email to you.


- Original Message -
From: "Lou S" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: "Libretto" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 8:27 PM
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?


 Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 07:21:00 -0500
 From: "Lou S" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

 Hi Paul, thanks for the posts, they certainly caused a lot of folks to pay
 attention to the memory upgrade possibilities of the Libretto.

 I was unable to download your jpeg's at first and responded to what I
 thought you may have done, that is, you used the current memory boards
 within the Libretto. But you're really "adding" memory chips to the board,
 that is possible I suppose but 99.99% of the people here would not be able
 to do it, especially if it requires unsolding surface mount chips and
 cutting a new circuit board. There is also very little room inside the
 Libretto versus the IBM PC to add more chips, where would a new board fit
 in?

 Also, it still is; in my mind anyway; a matter of the addresses on the
 memory chip, can the CPU use the new, extra addresses properly? I am only
 familiar with upgrading the memory capacity on a radio. I added switches
to
 allow me to addresses certain addresses on a radio memory chip one at a
 time.

 An example would be a TV, let's say each channel is 16MB of memory. To use
a
 different 16MB of memory I need to change channels, but since I only watch
 one channel at a time that's not a problem using a manual switch to
address
 memory.

 On my radio I only listen to one station (memory) at a time so it's not a
 problem adding 16 times the memory capacity for storage. But I am not all
 that familiar with a PC's CPU and how it uses RAM memory chips. If your
IBM
 shows more RAM, is it actually there or is the CPU fooled into thinking
it's
 there?

 Once you can explain how the CPU can access the extra addresses on the new
 memory chip I'll be able to understand how you did the mod. PC are not my
 area of expertise, I'll do a hack here and there but your idea is new to
me.
 Explain in more detail, take your time, no need to rush, I'm not about to
 run out and buy more chips today :)

 Best wishes,
 Louis
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Re: Outlook default browser problem

2001-03-16 Thread Fran McGowan

Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 09:41:09 +1300
From: Fran McGowan [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Outlook default browser problem

Make sure there are quotes around any filenames with spaces.

Fran
:):):)

On Fri, 16 Mar 2001 20:32, you wrote:
 Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 16:23:39 +0900
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: Outlook default browser problem

 I do not have a solution, but I have a few more observations
 that may lead somebody else to a solution.

  I am not sure what I have done to get this behavior.
  I think it is related to the following.
  I had Opera installed at one time, then uninstalled it.
  When I right-click over any file icon the top entry in the context
  window is for Opera. The reason it is at the top is that I have spelled
  it with a leading zero instead of oh. When I doubleclick a text file
  icon in Explorer I get a dialog asking me to locate Opera. The initial
  path it fills on the input line of that dialog is C:\ This matches the
  window that opens from OE when I click an http: link.

 I removed from the registry the lines that caused this behavior in the
 Explorer. Now when I doubleclick on a text file in the Explorer it opens
 the WordPad. The OE continues to open a C:\ window when I click on an
 http: link.

 When I click on a mailto: link that goes to the Netscape mail reader.
 This is correct, that is my default mail reader.

 When I click on an attached .jpg file, it launches IE,
 so it knows how to find IE, at least for the attached files.

 As PERL guys like to say, there is more than one way to do it.
 And each Microsoft programmer has found his own way.

 /ken
  Original Message 
 Subject: RE: Off Topic: Browser riddle...
 Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2001 14:53:17 +0900
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Organization: http://www.BigFoot.com/~Libretto.M3/
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

  you won't find a way to override this behaviour.

 I was born an optimist, and some of my optimism had survived
 the encounters with Microsoft software. So I tried OE.
 My default browser is Netscape 4.7.
 Continuing in the spirit of a riddle:

 When I click on any link in OE mail, it opens a window displaying my C:
 drive. I repeat.
 When I click on any link in OE mail, it opens a window displaying my C:
 drive.

 Not the Explorer window. It is the window I get when I doubleclick on the
 drive outside the Explorer. So, there is a way to override the launching
 of IE.

 I am not sure what I have done to get this behavior.
 I think it is related to the following.
 I had Opera installed at one time, then uninstalled it.
 When I right-click over any file icon the top entry in the context window
 is for Opera. The reason it is at the top is that I have spelled it with
 a leading zero instead of oh. When I doubleclick a text file icon in
 Explorer I get a dialog asking me to locate Opera. The initial path it
 fills on the input line of that dialog is C:\ This matches the window
 that opens from OE when I click a link.
 So it must be trying to launch Opera but it does not find it.
 At your own risk, you may want to try importing to your registry from a
 text file like this:

 textfile.reg
 ===
 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\Shell]
 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\Shell\0pera] === 0 zero
 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\Shell\0pera\command] === 0 zero
 @="C:\\PROGRA~1\\Opera folder\\Opera.exe \"%1\"" === O oh
 ===

 /ken
  Original Message 
 Subject: RE: Off Topic: Browser riddle...
 Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 20:10:58 -0800
 From: "Ken Hansen" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Reply-To: Libretto [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Libretto [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 23:08:40 -0500
 From: "Ken Hansen" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: Off Topic: Browser riddle...

 My $.02, you won't find a way to override this behaviour.

 Ken

 -Original Message-
 From: Ian C. Melville [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 9:51 PM
 To: Libretto
 Subject: Off Topic: Browser riddle...


 Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 22:41:34 -0400
 From: "Ian C. Melville" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Off Topic: Browser riddle...

 Okay let's see who's willing to take a swing at this one g:

 I've recently switched to opera 5 as the default browser on my
 win98 100CT
 but kept IE 5 installed. All the html pages in the windows
 explorer, dialog
 boxes etc show the opera icon and clicking any html page or
 email attachment
 launches opera. Good. I'm also using OE5 as my default mail
 client and
 here's the strange one: when i click on a link from inside an
 email msg it
 launches IE! I haven't yet figured out a way past this
 annoyance... Any
 takers?

 Smells like maybe a registry hack needed here

 Cheers!


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Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

2001-03-16 Thread Lou S

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 18:32:24 -0500
From: "Lou S" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: 128MB for Libretto 110, is there a way?

Concerning the space of Libretto's addition memory chip. I think,
you can solid over the existing ram chip (on top of the orginal ram
just like the IBM PC110,

Piggyback the new RAM chip into place? Most likely not possible on the 50Ct, 
too tight in there and the memory chips are already stacked, wiring new ones 
in will be a nightmare. And while I'm at it, I KEEP forgetting to mention 
that back in '96 I paid $179 for 16 MB additional RAM, last month I paid $69 
for 128 MB of RAM. The prices in '96 made it very unlikely that Toshiba (or 
anyone else) would give you a 32 MB RAM chip and only use 16 MB of it on the 
50CT. The only way to get more RAM was to add it to the slot provided for 
upgrading and unless someone can find a board that will fit into "that" slot 
with more than 16 MB of RAM on it, all the stock 50CT should be capable of 
is 32 MB RAM, sorry.

As for what Paul is offering, it could work provided we can cram another 
board inside a 50CT, it's tight in there! Mounting the chips flat on the 
back of the existing ones will require a lot of soldering of wires Paul, 
even I'll pass on this one. I've unsoldered and resoldered mega-pin surface 
mount chips before, no_fun_at_all :(

The reason why I wish to find the solution for memory upgrade is
currently I use Win2K with my Libretto. Win2K is a memory eater

Can it be configured to be less of a memory eater? Either that or you need a 
100CT or 110CT for more RAM. If you have any files or pictures you want 
placed on a WEB site, if you do not have access to one, let me know I can 
loan you space. Keep in mind that many sites like Yahoo offer "free" Web 
pages too. It'll make it easier for fellow Libretto owners on this board to 
get at the info at their leasure and not tie up this particular board with 
large files.
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Re: Outlook default browser problem

2001-03-16 Thread Libretto

Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 10:18:40 +0900
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Outlook default browser problem

Fran,

your advice is too terse for my understanding.
Which file names are you talking about?
File names in the registry for programs to be executed?
I am not sure where to look for settings
because it looks like there are many places
with settings that affect how OE works.

I can change the way OE opens the attached .jpg file
by opening Explorer/View/Folder Options/File Types/
selecting the entry for .jpg files and replacing
IE with netscape in the "Open" command. That works.

But I am not sure what to change for the http: links.
"Netscape Hypertext Document" already claims HTM HTML XBM SHTML.
In OE, opening http: links with those file types
opens the local C:\ drive. 

I do not know where to search and what to search for.
There are too many entries in the registry starting with C:\

/ken
 Original Message 
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 09:41:09 +1300
From: Fran McGowan [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Outlook default browser problem

Make sure there are quotes around any filenames with spaces.

Fran
:):):)

On Fri, 16 Mar 2001 20:32, you wrote:
 Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 16:23:39 +0900
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: Outlook default browser problem

 I do not have a solution, but I have a few more observations
 that may lead somebody else to a solution.

  I am not sure what I have done to get this behavior.
  I think it is related to the following.
  I had Opera installed at one time, then uninstalled it.
  When I right-click over any file icon the top entry in the context
  window is for Opera. The reason it is at the top is that I have spelled
  it with a leading zero instead of oh. When I doubleclick a text file
  icon in Explorer I get a dialog asking me to locate Opera. The initial
  path it fills on the input line of that dialog is C:\ This matches the
  window that opens from OE when I click an http: link.

 I removed from the registry the lines that caused this behavior in the
 Explorer. Now when I doubleclick on a text file in the Explorer it opens
 the WordPad. The OE continues to open a C:\ window when I click on an
 http: link.

 When I click on a mailto: link that goes to the Netscape mail reader.
 This is correct, that is my default mail reader.

 When I click on an attached .jpg file, it launches IE,
 so it knows how to find IE, at least for the attached files.

 As PERL guys like to say, there is more than one way to do it.
 And each Microsoft programmer has found his own way.

 /ken
  Original Message 
 Subject: RE: Off Topic: Browser riddle...
 Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2001 14:53:17 +0900
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Organization: http://www.BigFoot.com/~Libretto.M3/
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

  you won't find a way to override this behaviour.

 I was born an optimist, and some of my optimism had survived
 the encounters with Microsoft software. So I tried OE.
 My default browser is Netscape 4.7.
 Continuing in the spirit of a riddle:

 When I click on any link in OE mail, it opens a window displaying my C:
 drive. I repeat.
 When I click on any link in OE mail, it opens a window displaying my C:
 drive.

 Not the Explorer window. It is the window I get when I doubleclick on the
 drive outside the Explorer. So, there is a way to override the launching
 of IE.

 I am not sure what I have done to get this behavior.
 I think it is related to the following.
 I had Opera installed at one time, then uninstalled it.
 When I right-click over any file icon the top entry in the context window
 is for Opera. The reason it is at the top is that I have spelled it with
 a leading zero instead of oh. When I doubleclick a text file icon in
 Explorer I get a dialog asking me to locate Opera. The initial path it
 fills on the input line of that dialog is C:\ This matches the window
 that opens from OE when I click a link.
 So it must be trying to launch Opera but it does not find it.
 At your own risk, you may want to try importing to your registry from a
 text file like this:

 textfile.reg
 ===
 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\Shell]
 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\Shell\0pera] === 0 zero
 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\Shell\0pera\command] === 0 zero
 @="C:\\PROGRA~1\\Opera folder\\Opera.exe \"%1\"" === O oh
 ===

 /ken
  Original Message 
 Subject: RE: Off Topic: Browser riddle...
 Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 20:10:58 -0800
 From: "Ken Hansen" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Reply-To: Libretto [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Libretto [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 23:08:40 -0500
 From: "Ken Hansen" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: Off Topic: Browser riddle...

 My $.02, you won't find a way to override this behaviour.

 Ken

 -Original Message-
 From: Ian C. Melville [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 9:51 PM
 To: Libretto
 Subject: Off Topic: Browser riddle...


 Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 22:41:34 -0400
 From: "Ian C. Melville" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Off Topic: Browser riddle...

FDD

2001-03-16 Thread arnold.s milstein

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 22:25:38 -0500
From: "arnold.s milstein" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: FDD

I have a Lib 100 with a none working fdd model PA2940U. Will the PA2612U
fdds I found on Ebay work with the 100?

Arnold Milstein




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