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  1. Totalitarianism, logical answer to democratic inefficiency.
  2. Well I'm oppostie of their belief system. I'm practically against everything of their political views. I'm a marxist, and I was pretty sure that they will question my faith because im like the 'center of attention' for them, and they like me very much.
  3. Ok, I'm going to visit this family who are like deeply religious (Christian). And since it's been two years since I last visited them, they still think I'm a 'good' Christian. But I'm an atheist now, and I'm very convinced that there isn't some 'floating' grandpa protecting us and shit. Ok what I'm basically asking is some convincing arguments against Creationism, and give me some defending points on Evolution. Please
  4. http://www.ernesto-guevara.com/forum Everyone sign up for that board, there are a lot of intelligent people there. go there to learn more about marxism.
  5. Woah Linux rocks! Every piece of hardware got detected. So here i am. Ya it is awesome. Well, I really didn't do it on my own, this guy helped me install all the software i need through the internet. But anyways Linux doesn't crash on me or anything, runs smoothly! :-D
  6. ok guys im getting linux distro is ubuntu http://www.ubuntulinux.org/download/
  7. ok guys im getting linux distro is ubuntu http://www.ubuntulinux.org/download/
  8. Hey I was wondering i should re-install Internet Explorer instead? THis is Alienware's procedure for it: Thank you for your inquiry. Sometimes, due to faulty codes on web pages, files for Internet Explorer can become corrupted causing the browser to perform undesirably. If this is your case, follow the steps below to remove/re-install Internet Explorer: 1. Click on the 'Start' button and select 'Control Panel' followed by 'Add or Remove Programs.' 2. Once in the 'Add or Remove programs' window, click on the 'Add/remove Windows components' located on the left border, as shown in on Image 1. (Image 1) 3. A window called 'Windows Components Wizard' will appear, and in it a window that lists the Windows components installed. 4. To remove Internet Explorer, simply clear the check box next to it, as shown on Image 2. (Image 2) 5. Click the 'Next' button to begin the removal process. 6. To reinstall Internet Explorer, follow the previous steps, check Internet Explorer, and click the 'Next' button. At this point the installation process will begin. Once the installation is complete, please restart your system. 7. Once your system has restarted, please insert the Alienware Product Recovery CD. 8. Click on the 'Start' button, select 'Run', type rundll32.exe setupapi,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 132 %windir%\Inf\ie.inf in the command line and click 'OK.' NOTE: You may be prompted to specify the location of the IEXPLORE.EXE file. If this occurs, type "X:\I386" (where the X should be substituted for the drive letter of the unit that contains the Alienware Product Recovery CD), and then click 'OK' to continue. 9. Once the installation is done copying files, please restart your system.
  9. so complicated, im so computer illterate. When i go off to college im going to buy an Apple powerbook!
  10. yea, i have another windows XP installed. SO whenever i turn on the computer it gives me the option of using the old windows xp with the corrupted explorer, or the new one... i go to the new one and i had to activate windows. I called a representative to activate, but the number i gave is not right. And I SAID THE NUMBER ACCURATELY... So i don't if i should re-install
  11. What are the advantages of using Linux? Can it play your ordinary PC game? Yea I'm gonna try restoring it way way way back. lets see if it works.
  12. Okay i've been having this problem for about 6 months. Whenever I try to open a folder or open control panel or something, the computer refreshes and it doesn't open it. I tried re-installing Windows XP but I was dumb enough to install it partitioned inside my computer Now today I tried getting my comcast cable internet connection working, but i couldn't install the software or anything, and the technician tried to open control panel but i told him it doesn't work, and he said oh well it's not my problem now Is there any way to getting explorer running back to normal?
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