Problems with activeworlds (General Discussion)

Problems with activeworlds // General Discussion

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agent fox mulder

Sep 8, 2002, 4:18pm
I have a question about Activeworlds if anyone can help.My aw worked last
night but now when i click to open it the windows arrow loading thing shows
up for 10 seconds and nothing happens...I press CTR-ALT.DELETE..And aworld
is still there(its there multiple times if i tried more than once to get it
to work).

I've restarted my computer several times and disconnected and reconnected
my(cable)internet and it still doesn't work...

Any ideas why?

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agent fox mulder

Sep 8, 2002, 4:19pm
Ps:I reinstalled aw twice..this happened one yesterday and then i did
something and it started working........
Now i have 3 folders of a.
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robbie

Sep 8, 2002, 5:03pm
Not sure exactly, but I get this problem and I believe its to do with
visual/virtual memory being sucked up. A defrag always fixed it for me.

-Robbie

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agent fox mulder

Sep 8, 2002, 11:01pm
Well,once again it worked,Im about to go back on:).
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agent fox mulder

Sep 11, 2002, 12:24pm
well actually,i have no clue,once again it stopes working same with Outlook
express until after a while of ending tasks waiting and stuff i think i just
have to wait a defrag did shit all
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anduin

Sep 11, 2002, 11:13pm
An identity claiming to be known as "agent fox mulder" <agentfoxmulder at shaw.ca> scribed the following <3d7f523b at server1.Activeworlds.com> at general.discussion:

>well actually,i have no clue,once again it stopes working same with Outlook
>express until after a while of ending tasks waiting and stuff i think i just
>have to wait a defrag did shit all

Kick the computer case a few times real hard (even if it's not russian made). Then if that doesn't fix it, pick it up and smash it on the floor, jumping all over it and bending the case and wait till some smoke and dust comes out.

If that didn't fix it, the last resort is to get a new PC. Never buy a brand computer, go to a nice small computer store which make computers to your specifications with warranty on parts and labour. Problem should be solved ;o)

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billybob

Sep 12, 2002, 3:02am
That isn't how you do it, your suppose to go to your local arts and craft
store, buy tons of those weird magnet things you put on fridges, go home,
stick all of them on the computer, maybe even toss a couple under the cover.
Outlook and AW will never cause you any more trouble ;-)
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athnex

Sep 12, 2002, 4:09am
Or.. if you can get your hands on 5 pounds of C4, or some other high yeld
explosives.. you then strap some to the inside of your computer with a
timer.. then turn the timer off and run. Much, much more fun

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talisan

Sep 12, 2002, 4:34am
> That isn't how you do it, your suppose to go to your local arts and craft
> store, buy tons of those weird magnet things you put on fridges, go home,
> stick all of them on the computer, maybe even toss a couple under the
cover.
> Outlook and AW will never cause you any more trouble ;-)

Chance are you will mess up a lot more than you want. Put them all over your
monitor and you can pretend you are on some drug of your choice. You can put
them on your hard drive too, dunno what the exact effect will be, but if you
do it, please let us all know :) I love those refer maganets :) Downtown
Disney has a store totally devoted to only them. :)

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