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The Computer Stuff section / Re: Getting Program Manager to run in Windows 7 and Vista
« Last post by Floyd on September 15, 2012, 10:04:30 am »
I sent the files.

Just so you know, in Windows 8 Program Manager's settings won't save unless you minimize the program and then restore it before you close it, I don't know why. You definitely need to run progman as an Administrator, also you may have to mess with the file permissions. This is really untested on Windows 8, but it works, it's just not that easy. Program Manager does not recognize 64-bit programs at all, use a bat file to launch them and extract the icon from the .exe (I recommend icoFX- version 1.6 is free!) so progman can recognize it.

I only have Windows XP on my system right now, because I kept fucking with Windows 8 until I killed it, but I am probably going to reinstall it soon so if you need any help, just ask!

also I have not been able to set it as the default shell in Windows 8 64-bit.

everything should work fine if you are using 32-bit though.
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The Computer Stuff section / Re: Getting Program Manager to run in Windows 7 and Vista
« Last post by BAITD on September 15, 2012, 05:20:41 am »
I don't have a finished working copy right now, I will have to put it together, I can probably get it to you some time tomorrow.

Before I send it and you leave and I never hear from you again, I have a few questions:
You are not a cop right?
The FBI wont be knocking down my door tomorrow if I email this to you will they?

I hate to be suspicious, but you are the first person to ever come to my website for the computer stuff. Fuck, you are the first person to come here at all for three months.

How did you find my little corner of the internet anyway?


No im not a cop and im not from USA. Im just guy from Russia who want back PROGMAN (im use it very long time, but in Windows 8 this will not work instead your tutorial).
I found your site via google, when i search answer for how to start PROGMAN in Win7\8. Im already start WINFILE, but PROGMAN still not work, so im really need your help.


Im planned use it for GUI (fuck explorer.exe) bundled with WINFILE. :)
And im not leave this site because as you, im love old software.
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The Computer Stuff section / Re: Getting Program Manager to run in Windows 7 and Vista
« Last post by Floyd on September 14, 2012, 09:40:49 pm »
I don't have a finished working copy right now, I will have to put it together, I can probably get it to you some time tomorrow.

Before I send it and you leave and I never hear from you again, I have a few questions:
You are not a cop right?
The FBI wont be knocking down my door tomorrow if I email this to you will they?

I hate to be suspicious, but you are the first person to ever come to my website for the computer stuff. Fuck, you are the first person to come here at all for three months.

How did you find my little corner of the internet anyway?
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The Computer Stuff section / Re: Getting Program Manager to run in Windows 7 and Vista
« Last post by BAITD on September 14, 2012, 05:04:33 pm »
It will be great, if you do this:

my email: baitd@yandex.ru

Thank you very much! :)
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The Computer Stuff section / Re: Getting Program Manager to run in Windows 7 and Vista
« Last post by Floyd on September 14, 2012, 03:17:13 pm »
That would probably violate some copyright or something, but I could email them to you if you want.
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The Computer Stuff section / Re: Getting Program Manager to run in Windows 7 and Vista
« Last post by BAITD on September 14, 2012, 03:09:50 pm »
Hello. Can you post link to ready working file without these instructions?
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Floyd's Random Thoughts / I have been assimilated, resistance was futile
« Last post by Floyd on September 13, 2012, 11:02:28 pm »
I joined tumblr. This website will live forever though, mainly because I like having an easy way to upload files to the internet and stuff.
http://floydatha.tumblr.com/
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Website News / Why didn't anyone tell me the website was offline?
« Last post by Floyd on September 07, 2012, 01:08:00 pm »
I used this place to host a few sort of important files over the last few weeks and now I feel stupid because to everyone else I have just been posting dead links. What happened was I upgraded the hard drive on August 25 and switched the port forwarding on my router to go to the backup server. When I got done with the upgrade I turned the backup server off but forgot to put the router back to normal.

I am a fucking idiot. BUT THE SERVER HAS A 127GB HARD DRIVE NOW!

Anyway, that's all, bye see you all again next month!
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Strike Anywhere News and Discussion / Re: New Music!?
« Last post by StrikeAnywhere4Life on July 19, 2012, 07:22:53 am »
In Defiance Of Empty Times preview!! Hollywood Cemetery acoustic! Official Soundcloud link,
YouTube link (by me)


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Another website update!

" In Defiance Of Empty Times Live Acoustic Collection + Summer Show News

Bridge Nine and Strike Anywhere are very proud to present In Defiance Of Empty Times, capturing two performances of acoustic shows played during 2011. The vinyl, CD and download have 11 folk arrangements of Strike Anywhere songs culled from all 13 years of our songwriting, containing select tracks from five LPs and two EPs. Street date for this record is August 14, preorders are up now at the link that follows.
In Defiance Of Empty Times pre-order

Our friend and comrade of many years,the talented and generous Dave Hause has arranged a fine cover of First Will & Testament off of Iron Front, and made that his b-side on his recently released Pray For Tuscon 7". This is available from Bridge Nine Records. Pick it up this Summer and enjoy his heartfelt songs.

Although we haven't been too busy on the touring front, we will be playing a rare show in our hometown of Richmond, Virginia next month in the pavilion at Hadad's Lake on August 18. This will be an all day, outdoor punk and metal adventure hosted by GWAR at a unique family run water park who are friendly to punk rock mayhem and music. Only in Richmond could this intersection of impossibilities serendipitously occur. Over a dozen local and national bands will be raging including Murderess from Portland OR, Lost Tribe from Richmond, and some old friends are playing as well including The Casualties and Valient Thorr. It's gonna be crucial - the punk rock road trip destination of the Summer. Consider yourselves warmly invited! ( GWAR will thank us for bringing them more humans to eat )
GwarBQ show updates and details

A final bit of news to announce for our friends in South America .. . . .we are definitely confirmed for the WROS festival tour in November. It's been too long since we have played and had the honor of singing along with the folks in Brazil, and this will be our very first time in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Santiago, Chile. November 4 in Sao Paolo, November 7 in Buenos Aires, and November 9 in Santiago, Chile. More details, full line ups and stage times can be found on the WROS festival Facebook pages . We are very excited for these shows and look forward to seeing many of you there. "
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Strike Anywhere News and Discussion / New Music!?
« Last post by Floyd on July 17, 2012, 06:12:50 pm »
Not really, but sort of, IT'S AN ACOUSTIC RECORD OF OLD SONGS! I am really stoked about this, because not only is it the first "new" Strike Anywhere in three years, it is acoustic, which should be great!
Plus it matches this website:
   
It also comes on white vinyl or with a shirt and poster "on the rarest variant of vinyl available at the time of purchase". If you are boring you can buy it on digital download or on a CD.
Click here to preorder this!
(http://www.b9store.com/strikeanywhere)
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