and now I have a brilliant PC as well as a Mac
my mistake was to use an old WinXP professional instalation CD from 2002 which needed 50 security updates to get to SP 1
This time I have used a new WinXP Home EditionDanish OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) CD
whichI purchased at BETAFON ApS
Salg af radioer, hardware, software og spil.
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I had to chose to register and activate windows later after registering the virtiual machine on the WAN
This is the https://www.comxnet.dk/
dialogue box you get when you try to use an unregistered machine on this WAN
The MS Windows activation screen does not throw this to the front so you get a failed activation and must click activate later.
Here I was reaching for windows update and after filling in my user number and password the system automatically registered teh virtual machine complete with MAC number (Message Authorisation Code) and IP number (I have three omn this 10mb/ 10mb subscription)
ComX Networks A/S
Leverandør af bredbåndsløsninger og netværksløsninger.
We have our digital own telephone syatem and WAn here in Brumleby and other housing estates have cable TV too on this system.
ComX user self service screen worka on PC and Macintosh
some subdomains I created lastly I got http://difficult.comxnet.dk/dk/
to work as a duplicate of http://hometown.aol.co.uk/hughw36/myhomepage/famtree.html
Windows update working for version 4 of this PC image which shares the Macintosh PowerBook Pro on Intel Dual Core hardware
This image also got infested with spyware and has been deleted
above is a very old HP 50 monitor at 1024 x 1068 and below the PowerBook Pro GLOSS running at 168o x 1050 at 96 dpi - both with millions of colours e
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and a big thank you for the info from
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