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Thnx - pity. I know you can on some forums. Good because people who are helping others can ignore the ones marked up as solved. I have bumped mine but as you know, once it has a couple of replies, it can get ignored.
I am desparate now, as I have lost my desktop after a routine update of Suse 10. I am typing this on a windoze machine (at least MS updates don't crash win xp)
I am typing this on a windoze machine (at least MS updates don't crash win xp)
This should be a banner headline across the World.
MS updates don't crash Windows.
Why can't we change our own post Subject line that shows in the forum? I can't count how many times I've posted, only to realize later that the subject can be stated differently, or spelled correctly. A simple change would help.