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'[OT]: And you think YOUR lab experiment was tough?'
2001\03\20@090840 by Tim Forcer

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I just had to share this with y'all:

<http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~kovar/hall.html>

Truly wonderful, IMO.


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2001\03\20@091504 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

That looks like something I handed in last semester.......I got 82% for it,
too.

Dan




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I just had to share this with y'all:

<http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~kovar/hall.html>

Truly wonderful, IMO.


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2001\03\20@104749 by James Paul

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All,

Everytime I try to access this page, I get a "Page not on this
server" error.   Has it been taken off line?

                                   Regards,

                                     Jim




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2001\03\20@110246 by Kevin Blain

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no, you're just unlucky!

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2001\03\20@110255 by Alan B. Pearce

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> Everytime I try to access this page, I get a "Page not on this
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Opened OK for me as soon as I saw the original message, and immediately after
seeing your message.

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2001\03\20@111102 by Herbert Graf

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My God, I've actually done the same experiment!! My results were a little
better though.. HEHE, TTYL

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2001\03\20@112427 by David VanHorn

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At 03:53 PM 3/20/01 +0000, Kevin Blain wrote:
>no, you're just unlucky!

Or running a Realtek 8026 network card.. (explore this guy's page)
Can we give this guy an honorary membership?

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2001\03\20@113247 by Bond Peter S-petbond1

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> Or running a Realtek 8026 network card.. (explore this guy's page)
> Can we give this guy an honorary membership?

He has my sympathy - having just gone through much the same thing last week
with my Win PC (installing an additional HDD, of all things).

"Windows has found unknown hardware"
No you haven't.
"Windows is now determining the best driver to install that will really
screw up your graphics card"
Argh.

Or "Windows is now rebooting because you dared to meddle with your network
settings"

I *never* have this sort of trouble on my Linux boxes!

Peter

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2001\03\20@115758 by D Lloyd

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Hi,


"Windows has found unknown hardware"
"Windows is now determining the best driver to install that will really
screw up your graphics card"


Does that translate to "Windows has found unknown hardware and is
installing a driver for it" ?
It must be via the crystal ball API call.

;-)

Dan




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> Or running a Realtek 8026 network card.. (explore this guy's page)
> Can we give this guy an honorary membership?

He has my sympathy - having just gone through much the same thing last week
with my Win PC (installing an additional HDD, of all things).

"Windows has found unknown hardware"
No you haven't.
"Windows is now determining the best driver to install that will really
screw up your graphics card"
Argh.

Or "Windows is now rebooting because you dared to meddle with your network
settings"

I *never* have this sort of trouble on my Linux boxes!

Peter

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2001\03\20@120201 by Bond Peter S-petbond1

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> Does that translate to "Windows has found unknown hardware and is
> installing a driver for it" ?

Exactly.

> It must be via the crystal ball API call.

Balls came into it, but they weren't crystal...

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2001\03\20@194803 by Russell McMahon

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> "Windows has found unknown hardware"
> "Windows is now determining the best driver to install that will really
> screw up your graphics card"
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> Does that translate to "Windows has found unknown hardware and is
> installing a driver for it" ?
> It must be via the crystal ball API call.


You assume far to much beningness on its part.

What it means is "Windows has found unknown hardware and i installing an
unknown driver for it".



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