I stand corrected.... sorry to doubt you.
jamie wrote:According to Cnet - c9 was "launched quietly tues april 5th 2004"
*article written web april 6..
well today is the 5th april 2006...?
ill spare the happy aniversary song...
good work c9 team - looking forward to next 2 years
I think your a day early Jamie, see http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=55306#55306.
It's tommrow.... I'm not sure I think I've been a member since July 04. When I first read this post, I was thinking it can't off been another year already, I guess it is.
Hapy Bithday C9, wheres the party!
Format it as FAT32.
Create a folder on the c: drive, c:\windows\options\cabs.
Copy the cabs over into that folder, then run setup from there.
Unless he is using OSR2 he will not be able to use FAT32 with Windows 95.
I do agree with your method though... and that is more or less how I would install and reinstall 95 and 98 ages ago... of course the cabs dir would be elsewhere on the drive so I could safely nuke c:\windows\
dahat, yep I think you may right, I think I was thinking of Windows 98SE...
The reason I put the cabs into that location means when Windows would normally request files from the CD it would just pick it up from that location and it stops most users deleting the folder if its under windows.....
Thanks. I'm getting the following erro from my app, (wrote in VBE2005).
User does not have permission to perform this action.
I don't know where/how to assign the correct permissions, i'm reading to online books now, but they just don't see to cover what i'm looking for.
This is going to be running on a small peer-peer windows xp pro network. SQL Express running on one box, with the others accessing.
I'm using VPC as my "client" and my dev pc as the "server". I've disabled the firewall for the moment, I just want to make sure I can access the database across the network, then I'll approach the firewall issue.
I just come here to post this link http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4831374.stm, but I was to late.
I like and push MS software, always have really. I want Vista to be solid, as does everybody else, so I don't mind the slip in the dead line.
If MS wants to build a better image akin to google they have to start deliverying software when they say they will and with the features the promised.
under promise and over deliver....