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  1. i use no problems there, and it has great features in it including cpanel
  2. Why doesn't she saves them locally to get more space for you to sync more pictures? I mean why keep them in the dropbox folder?
  3. open notepad and type: "ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew ipconfig /registerdns exit" without the quotes.. file > save as > set the Save As File: to All Files > save the file as xx.bat (xx could be anything you want) save it on your desktop > right click it, and run as admin. u'll see a bunch of stuff (dnt wry it's completely harmless.) when it's done, the cmd will close on its own wait 3 seconds, and try to open the websites. if that didnt work, contact your ISP about it
  4. ok... it ddnt work microsoft had a hotfix for that problem... i tried it, i still cant access files from XP to w7
  5. ok im ganna try that and tell u what happens thx (:
  6. @beyond_life my w7 is networked with XP sp2 but not XP sp3.... and with any vista/w7 i can view files from w7 to xp sp3, but not change them however, i can view, change, and add files on my xp sp2... @Quafe24 tried that ddnt work and i can see the computer... i can access it, but with limits... on my XP sp2 machine, i can see the shared folders, but i cnt access them. it says i dnt have permission
  7. what's more to add? i have 3 systems in my house. w7, XP sp2, and XP sp3 before i got my w7, i used to access files easily between XP sp2 and XP sp3 (start > my network places)... when i got my w7, i couldnt... i found a way to make w7 recognize XP sp2 (a tool from microsoft) and it worked great. when i log on to my w7 machine, and try to access shared files and folders on my XP sp3, i can, and i can't change anything (coping and pasting and moving shit) but i can access them and open them. when i log on to my XP sp3 machine, and go to start > my network places > \\"w7 machine" it tells me i dnt have permission to access it... also, in my w7: Network and Sharing Settings > network map there, i can see my XP sp2 but not the XP sp3.... LEGEND: sp2 = Service Pack 2 sp3 = Service Pack 3 w7 = Windows 7 i dnt think u'll need more letters in my word than that lol
  8. no... \\ComputerName i can do that on my w7 to view files on my sp3, but i cnt edit them. when i go to my sp3, and try to access files from my w7, i cnt but i have full control over my sp2 cz i installed smthn on it to make it accessible (i cnt find it for sp3)
  9. i found a way for my XPps2... LLT smthn... but it's made for sp2 only.. is there a way for sp3? thx
  10. umm as i understand, you're downloading torrents and u turn out downloading big files... well, that's the way torrents work. you download a .TORRENT file, and you open it with your torrent client(uTorrent, BitTorrent...) and the .torrent file links the file you want to download, and download it via p2p.... the .torrent file is wayy less than 500kb... im sry if u already knew this, but that's what i understood from your qwuestion
  11. lol... that's not an error your system is telling u that a program with an unknown publisher is trying to open... it's not just a w7 thing... all OS(windows) and not just for unknown publishers... just every file! (mostly portables) it's perfectly normal! but i would recommend leaving it! you dnt know when an unwanted program will open on it's own. will save lives(of the computer )