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Thread: An unfixable problem....................or is it?




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    Every couple months I'll scan the comp with Norton WinDoctor. However the other day I decided to give it a go ahead and it came up with only one problem. Wow I at first I was thinking this is the first time I have ever had only one problem. Usually I have like 5 or 6. It finds a file and can't fix the problem itself. I don't have this file in my comp. Neither does the other 4 computers in the house. I asked 3 friends and they don't have the file either. Is this a made up joke? Of course I haven't noticed anything performance or stability wise but the fact that I know I have a problem like this and can't be fixed what to do what to do. If anyone has the file will that fix the problem if they give it to me?

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    I snached the following from a site with a lot of technical mumbo jumbo about .net:

    MSCOREE.DLL was not found - What does this mean?

    This is the error you get when you try to run a .NET program on a computer which does not have the .NET Framework. It means that the .NET Framework is not installed on your computer.

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    oooooooo. Well that could be an easy fix. I never install the .net frame work from windows update. I never thought I needed it. Have an example of a .net program? I have no idea what I'm running that uses that. But becasue it fixes that problem I suppose I'll install it. Besides what's an extra 20 meg to do on a 41 gig drive? :laugh:

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    No, I don't have an example of a .net program. It may just be my own ignorance, but I'm kind of afraid of .net stuff. Passport accounts are somehow a part of it now I guess and the crippleware Pladium DRM stuff will become a part of it too. Ms has already lied about all the info they collected and stored in their databases from Passport (no, we don't do that - oh, well we did do that but it was a mistake, sorry!). The new MP9 EULA that says "We'll feel free to modify (cripple) your system anytime we see fit." I don't trust MS with any info and I don't believe they intend to look out for their customers best interests either. This is just my humble opinion though.

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    Ya Pallidium is definitly a NO-NO on my list? What is that there new operating system in a few years? I'll be called Windows XP Paladium?

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    Damn and I thought they were goin' to call it "We Got Ya By The Wallet Now". :eek:
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    lol that'll work too. Atleast people will know what it is. To think when this OS goes retail all the innocent people that don't know much are gona buy it thinking its the best thing in the world. hahaha that's terrible

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    Paladium is supposed to be built into the next version of Windows - Longhorn (funny they should pick a name that is associated with bull****). It's supposed to be about security i.e. viruses cant't run of your system because they're not "authorized" apps. But shareware and freeware won't be authorized either. Copying an mp3 will require you to register your "ownership" of the file with MS first and then verify (with the big MS database) that you are really you. They say all of these restrictions will be user optional, but I am sure they will make things really tough if you elect not to enable it. It will probably have to be on to: activate Windows, get patches, access many websites, run certain products and apps. And Intel is playing right into this as their next line of processors will generate ownership certificates. I'm sure everyone will trust MS to keep a secure database with a record of all my hardware and software, everything I buy online, sites I visit, etc.. Linux anyone?

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    This is getting even worse then I thought. Ya Linux here I come I suppose. Of course if I stick with windows I can stay with XP right? I mean if I wanted to I could probably survive with 95. But why would I want to?

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    If WMP9 beta is any example, MS will try to sneak DRM into xp with patches and updates. We'll see.

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