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295.73 (Feb 23, 2012)
I use my Nvidia cards mainly for Folding@home, and the 295 series causes crashes on my GT 240 and GTX 560 Ti (Win7 64-bit). So I have gone back to 290.53 beta, which works fine for my needs.
2.3.6 (Jan 20, 2012)
I have been recording with NextPVR and its predecessor GB-PVR for about 5 years. Some guy needs to read the Wiki.
Version 2.3.6 is the best yet, and works great with HDHomeRun Prime, and a lot of other tuners.
126.96.36.199 (Oct 25, 2011)
This works well, and is a much easier way to install Flash on both IE and Firefox (and others). There is one error message about permissions on start up, but just click past that and it works.
If you don't want the adware, then don't install it.
10.3.181.23 (Jun 7, 2011)
I have no problem with Flash itself, but the installer is fairly hopeless, especially on Internet Explorer.
Use "Alternative Flash Player Auto-Updater" instead. Problem solved, on both IE and non-IE plugin versions (e.g., Firefox).
1 (Feb 22, 2011)
When I try to burn the .iso to a DVD using Win7 64-bit, I get an error message that it is not a valid .iso file.
1 (Feb 18, 2009 - 5:06 PM)
In a technology dispute, whenever a company has to resort to the argument that their technology is better and that the other guy is trying to stifle progress, it invariably means that they are on the short end of the licensing argument and are tying to obfuscate that fact. My bet is that Intel will win.
1 (Feb 7, 2009 - 6:30 PM)
Corporations usually overcompensate to external stimuli. They are not alone in that, since the administrations of governments have been known to invade entire countries for no discernible rationale reason. But in an attempt to make UAC more "user friendly", the overdid it. I am glad they recognized it faster than said (former) administration did, who still have not figured it out.
1 (Dec 13, 2008 - 9:39 AM)
I think you miss the real point. The new management knows what the web is.
1 (Dec 4, 2008 - 4:23 PM)
AT&T was (and maybe still is) a great company. But technology changes. The end result will be lower-cost, more efficient phone service. Everyone likes change, except when it adversely affects them. Good luck to the employees.
1 (Dec 1, 2008 - 6:37 AM)
In a criminal case, you have to prove intent. How do you prove malicious intent by typing in "new hairstyles"? Regardless of the failure of the AV or firewall software, they are missing a basic legal point. They have bigger problems in their legal system than just lack of computer competence.