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@Steve1209 247198 wrote:
Here is one place to get it Google Chrome for Windows Free Download and Reviews – Fileforum
Personally, I wouldn't install any version of Google Chrome from a non-Google site. Too risky.
Mario Kart on the N64 was one of my favorites. Fun maps, and a blast battling your brother.
I'm not having any problems viewing BigBlueBall using Chrome on Windows 7. I've attached a screenshot
I'm typing this reply via Chrome right now! 😀
I put skiing, though really I snowboard. I would like to give surfing a try, just haven't gotten around to it yet. But I will!
As a counterpoint to Jeff's video, which I admit is funny, there is this great video that does a good job of answering the question: “What is Twitter?”
On a related note, I HAVE to share this Google Map of the women Tiger Woods has bedded.
Since it's never too late… Happy B-Day, George!
Very cool… and very scary. Although part of this might be a lingo problem. They might have asked “What program do you use to access the Internet?” and gotten better answers.
It also shows how little the average person cares about what browser they use. This explains why so many people still use IE6, even though it makes developers want to pull their hair out. They simply don't care enough to upgrade or switch.
Brownie points? Can I trade them in for brownies? Mmmm… nom nom nom…
Glad you enjoyed it!sarahtowny;244746 wrote:My gosh it's been a while since I posted, life does get in the way! And we have to do this image verification stuff etc ohh took me a while to work out what to do …
Anyway, had some time this morning and Sarah saw this…
So so funny! Do you have the female version :0)
I'm loving it thanks yahooliganNovember 30, 2009 at 5:40 pm in reply to: "You must restart your computer before you can install AIM" – GRRRRRR HELP! #176301
You shouldn't have to reinstall after you restart. Some applications will require a restart as the final step of the installation process. Once the computer is restarted, installation is (usually) complete. If you run the install again (which shouldn't be necessary), you'll get prompted to restart again.
What version of Windows are you running? Try going to Start > Programs and make sure it isn't actually already installed.
Since you have two admins, have one of them remove admin rights from the account that isn't working. Login to verify that, then have them add the admin rights back again. It may just need to be “reset.”
The only problem might come if you were the one who originally setup the page, since you cannot remove admin rights from the page creator, nor can you transfer “creatorship” to another person.
As long as you don't have a lot of fans yet or a personalized “friendly” URL for your Fan page, I wouldn't spend a lot of time debugging this. Just delete it and start over.
The Facebook Fan Page FAQ might also be helpful:
Facebook Pages: Creating, administering and editing your Page | Facebook
Greeting Sholling, and welcome to the BigBlueBall!
That exception code is an access violation – basically something in the process is trying to read memory it does not have access to.
It can also be a sign of bad RAM. Before doing too much troubleshooting test the RAM.
Let it run for at least 3 or 4 hours.
Hey, it's a movie… of course you've gotta suspend your belief. What's scary is that there really are people who think the world is gonna end in 2012. Weird.
Anyhow, the CGI in the trailers looks fun, but I'm not sure that's enough to get me to plop down 12 bucks to see it in the theater. Maybe I'll wait til it comes out on DVD. Hopefully they release it before 2012… it would be a total bummer to miss it! 😉