OT: Computer Question
P. J. Alling
webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Sun Oct 4 23:06:34 EDT 2009
I think that was just coincidence. What I think triggered it was adding
the new monitor, then not allowing XP to phone home to verify the
change. Of course I don't deal with that kind of behavior myself, I run
Joseph Tainter wrote:
> "It sounds like you've run afoul of Microsoft's Digital Rights
> Management system. Though I thought that it only really was this bad
> in Vista."
> If that was the case, would Windows give me some message? Why would
> searching for a hotel trigger this?
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