To: Nita Nupress
Seriously - when I was installing my DSL software a few years ago, the disc I got was screwed up and it kept telling me that files (.dll) were missing. I would just look for them on the net and download them to the installation folder. I was shocked that it worked.
To: Senator Pardek
I bought a Linksys Network card for my desktop a few years ago, peeled the tape off the box, opened it up, installed the card, booted my machine up, and attempted to install the drivers for the card in Windows. The disc was so screwed up I got a "Windows cannot read from drive A:" error. I ended up downloading the drivers from a 3rd party drivers site, got the card working and made my own driver disc. This after spending $20 on a network card. :)
posted on 07/07/2004 5:24:37 PM PDT
(1973: Kerry was razing villages in 'Nam and Edwards was raising beer bombs in college.)
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