I miss Bender.
I miss Bender.
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i am amazed to see the same prop again. Are we not one of the most coolest and technologically advanced cities in America? Why do we have 20 year old cardboard cutout props with same old lights. Could we not have some competitions for companies and individuals to submit new designs – visual as well as technologically innovative? This can even start as a new section only, leaving yer old boring stuff undisturbed, until the city realizes how much potential we have here for marketing and developing beautiful arts and technologies. Surely we can come up with competitions sponsored by the tech industry, and the city can use those old boring lights for Rick Perry’s mansion and the other sold out guy’s house… if you can put me in touch with someone in charge of the lights please do.
BO! BO! BOred,
Windows XP has a built in security center that monitors the activities or existence of Automatic Updates, Windows Firewall and virus protection provided by third party anti virus software.
When one or more security component do not been installed, or been disabled or turned off, or not working, Windows Security Center will highlight the section in yellow or red for warning and critical attention. Security Center service will also pop up a warning message with red or yellow icon that your computer might be at risk at notification area (system tray).
Security Center in Windows XP can be disabled or turned off so that the system will not monitor or check whether or not the antivirus software existed, properly installed and running, or whether the firewall and Automatic Updates been disabled or bypassed.
After disable the Security Center, you won’t be any security warning (Your computer might be at risk, and etc) nag again. By turning it off, your system may be expose to virus, malware and spyware threat too if your anti virus program is not functioning unknowingly or accidentally.
To enable or turn Security Center back on, simply select “Automatic” at step 5 above. If you want to run Security Center for a while or immediately after set to “Automatic” as Startup type, click on “Start” button.
Google will have a bazillion different listing s for this, all complicated processes. Myabe i just got lucky with this one, but try it first!
My problem was an install from windows update the often gets corrupted, xml4. Whenever I shut down my computer, Windows said it is installingupdate 1 of 1. It toggled between the message of “Installingupdate 1 of 1” and a don’t turn off the computer, it would shut down by itself. But it will stay on that until I force shut down, and still be there whenever I want to restart or shutdown. If this is you: