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d0nut

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  1. Yes, I realise that. In fact, it's not easy to find a site that hasn't got errors. It's just that when I put my link on a forum, someone came up and showed me that I had errors, and I was grateful inasmuch as I have now got an error-free site. I now do error checks on the hoof. A lot easier than finding out after you have put it on the net.


  2. Bruce. Nice site, like it. Just a couple of points. Firstly, you need to type in the remaining bracket after Personal Video Recorders in the Myth TV section. Secondly, I spent many years in the printing industry and it is an accepted fact that light characters on a dark background can be hard on the eyes. Just try reading a newspaper ad. printed using this format, and you'll see what I mean. This type of presentation is not as successful as the conventional black on white, which is why it is rarely used in advertising.

    Otherwise, wish you lots of success :) Should have mine up and running within a couple of weeks. :rolleyes:


  3. I downloaded Kodak Easyshare in order to have some online photo printing done. I then noticed that there was a heavy drain on my RAM (I run Freeram XP) so ran a Spybot check. Sixty, yes 60, BackWeb items in my registry. Needless to say, I got rid of them. No longer have to keep freeing up RAM every 2 minutes :)

    So much for Kodak's friendly image.


  4. Let me go over exactly what I did. Might help :) I opened Crossword Cracker as usual, and ZA came up and asked did I want to give permission for it to access the Net. I ticked the 'No' box, forgetting that for some of the functions the program has to be online. C.C then shut down and when I attempted to open it again, all I got was the runtime error 75. This is what I posted earlier:

     

    RUNTIME ERROR 75: "Run-time error 75: path/file access error." This error occurs when a program is installed on a network and the user does not have rights to the program directory. For the program to work properly on a network, users must be given rights by the network administrator.

     

    When I checked, my PC was set as 'network'. I reset it as 'desktop' and rebooted, but still the same problem. The answer, I think, lies somewhere in the administrator bit, but I know nothing about networking.

    Hope this helps, and thanks for your time, guys.

    d0nut


  5. Remo. I must have a different version to you. Mine is free, but has no 'Option' tab or button.

    I tried it with ZA uninstalled, but it still didn't work. However, the reason I blame ZA was that everything was OK until I clicked the 'No' button. After that, it didn't work.

    Have to leave, now. Be back in about 12 hours.

    Many thanks.

    d0nut


  6. Does this help? I copied it from a web page.

    RUNTIME ERROR 75: "Run-time error 75: path/file access error." This error occurs when a program is installed on a network and the user does not have rights to the program directory. For the program to work properly on a network, users must be given rights by the network administrator.

     

    When I checked, my PC was set as 'network'. I reset it as 'desktop' and rebooted, but still the same problem.

    d0nut


  7. I recently switched from Black Ice to ZA (ver. 4.5 ) and have been OK until today. I accidentally clicked 'No' for internet access on a program and now all I get when I try to open it is 'Run-time error '75' Path/file access error. I have tried everything, including reinstalling ZA, but the program (Crossword Cracker) won't work. There is nothing relevant on the ZA Instant Help forum. Anybody out there can help, please?

    d0nut

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