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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2004
Warning for Windows XP users: It appears that Service Pack 2, which is designed to help improve security, can also (surprise!) cause various programs not to work. A list of the affected programs can be found here.

Some of the programs listed I can understand having problems with the increased security demands of the latest Windows fix -- but Scrabble 3.0 and Lego Chess?

12:24 PM

Comments:
thank you for posting the URL. I can now figure out why my XP Pro no longer wants to shut down because of Nortons antivirus. more valuble information from a rightwing website, gotta love it!
 
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