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Old August 20th 03, 04:36 PM
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Default alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Updated and Revised 08/20/2003


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Old August 20th 03, 10:59 PM
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"Simon" wrote in message
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snip

Out of pure curiosity i dropped by here this afternoon after finishing

work
early...habit i suppose.

I see RTFM (loser) is still trying to hide behind different aliases

despite
posting the above via his FDN account...its all in the headers!

So lets see, we have to date:

RTFM
.
B090268
Barbara Lopez

Anymore?


1 word springs to mind....plonker.


[Hey there is more Simon]

1) A.Grayson Walker III
2) Grayson Walker
3) Dr. Grayson Walker
4) G.
5)
6) electra
7) G. Pal Androne
8) P al Androne
9) A.Grayson Walker Ph.D
10) agwiii
11)


and then there was the name it used when it was stealing the domain of the
US President
and it also has a AOL account and has also
been morphing from there and also posting as "*" & "-" and


Like I proved, it is a boat criminal and a con artist. I am waiting
patiently for the Internal Revenue Service to get back to me on its phony
business claims.
And the fraudulent listing at the Florida Corporations Bureau. I wonder how
losers site is gong with all his own sign ups? Ha ha

Elector



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Old August 21st 03, 03:14 AM
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Default alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Updated and Revised 08/20/2003


"." wrote in message
...
Frequently Asked Questions
Alt.sys.pc-clone.PackardBell
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell

A fully formatted MS Word document is available

at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell



1. TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Table of Contents 2

2. Introduction and Intent 3
Acceptable Usage. 3
Disclaimer. 3

3. Netiquette 5
Spam. 5
Commercialism. 5
Off-Topic. 5
Picture Files. 5

4. How to Identify your Motherboard. 6
BIOS String. 6
FCC ID Number. 6
Packard Bell Syscred.exe. 7
System Lookup Configuration Utility.

7
Belarc. 7
PC Pitstop. 7

5. Drivers for Packard Bell devices 9

6. Useful Links 10
Packard Bell websites 10
Packard Bell user websites 10
Related links 11
Anti-Tracking, Anti-Spam & Netiquette

Websites. 11

7. Jargon and Abbreviations 13

8. References 14

2. INTRODUCTION AND INTENT

Consider this a living document. It will change

and evolve to meet your
needs. This is an un-moderated group is

dedicated to owners and users of
Packard Bell personal computers. The objective

of these Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ) is to give you, the Packard Bell

user, some direction when
posting to this newsgroup. Since this is an

un-moderated group, these are
only suggestions. However, if you follow these

suggestions, you should
receive useful answers to your questions about

Packard Bell computers.

Acceptable Usage.

It is a violation of the charter of this group

for any participant to send,
knowingly receive, upload, download or use any m

aterial which is
disparaging, offensive, abusive, indecent,

defamatory, profane, obscene, or
menacing, or in breach of copyright, confidence,

privacy or any other
rights, or to cause annoyance, inconvenience or

needless anxiety among other
members.

This group is not affiliated with Packard Bell,

Packard, Bell, any "for
profit", or "not for profit" organization on

planet earth. Any similarity to
any organization or persons, either now living

or dead, is purely
coincidental.

Disclaimer.

Any unauthorized interception and/or

distribution of this group's messages,
in part or in whole, is illegal and may be a

violation of State, Federal,
and/or International Law. No information posted

on this group is intended to
be relied upon by any person without subsequent

written confirmation of its
contents. This group therefore disclaims all

responsibility and accepts no
liability of any kind that may arise from any

person acting, or refraining
from acting, upon the contents of the message

without having had subsequent
written confirmation.

Please read through the whole FAQ before

posting, it will make your
experience here much better. Also check out the

websites in the LINKS
section; you may find your answer there.

3. NETIQUETTE

Spam.

This newsgroup is not a moderated news group,

but Spamming is not tolerated.
If you do Spam here, you will be reported to the

appropriate authorities.

Commercialism.

Selling of any computer service or parts is

unacceptable. Do not post offers
of service, hardware, and software to this

newsgroup. Similarly, do not post
links to auction sites offering services,

hardware, or software.

Off-Topic.

A message that is not directly related to a

Packard Bell computer is
considered an off topic message. If you must

post something that is off
topic, please put OT: in the beginning of your

subject line.

Picture Files.

This is not a binary newsgroup. Please do not

post pictures (binary
attachments) to this newsgroup. If you believe a

picture is worth a thousand
words, upload your pictures elsewhere somewhere

and post a link to that
file. With the rise of the digital camera, there

are many excellent, free
photo websites.

4. HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR MOTHERBOARD.

When you raise a question to the newsgroup or

the list, include as much
information as you can obtain in your initial

posted message. The critical
information is often the identification of your

motherboard. If you do not
know the identity of your motherboard, post the

BIOS string and/or FCC ID#
with your question.

Packard Bell is infamous for confusing model

names and an equally confusing
(and customized) array of motherboards. The best

way to identify your
system, and get accurate info about it, is to

identify the motherboard.

BIOS String.

The first way is determined by the BIOS string

(BIOS version) displayed when
the computer goes through its initial startup or

POST. IF you then post you
BIOS string to this newsgroup, someone is sure

to point you in the right
direction.

BIOS string examples:
AMI 1.00.nn.xxxR
Phoenix 4A3NT0X0.86A.0062.P06
Award (format varies)
Packard Bell Bios x.xx

FCC ID Number.

You may be able to identify your motherboard

from the FCCID. Embedded in the
FCC ID# is a series of three numbers that may

identify your motherboard.
Beware! There are instances in which the FCCID

did not give the correct
motherboard model.

Example: FCC ID#: FOD680PT

This would designate it as a system with a 680

motherboard.

Packard Bell Syscred.exe.

Another way to find out what motherboard you

have is to use the SYSCRED.EXE
program that may be on your system already, or

possibly on your Packard Bell
Master Restore CD. To do this, first locate the

SYSCRED.EXE program either
on your hard drive, or on you Packard Bell

Master Restore CD. Then just
double click it to run, and it will tell you

info about your system.

System Lookup Configuration Utility.

You may use Priority One's System Configuration

Lookup Utility. You will
have to register to be able to use the system,

and use the FREE access
registration. Then the System Lookup

Configuration Utility can be found in
the Packard Bell driver section. This lookup

tool is for North American
systems only.

Belarc.

You may use Belarc's free system analysis

utility. It may be downloaded free
from
http://belarc.com.

PC Pitstop.

You may also use PC Pitstop's free system

analysis and diagnosis utility.
This is a web-based program that requires a

small, free download.
Registration is free. It has the advantage of

archiving each test of your
computer(s) on their website. It may be

downloaded free from
http://pcpitstop.com.

5. DRIVERS FOR PACKARD BELL DEVICES

If you need drivers for your Packard Bell

systems, the device that you need
the driver for must be correctly identified.

Packard Bell came out with
hundreds of hardware configurations, and similar

to identifying a
motherboard, it
is impossible to know what devices are in a

Packard Bell system by model of
Packard Bell you have. But there are ways to ID

a device in a computer.

The first way to id a device is in the DEVICE

MANAGER, which can be accessed
by STARTCONTROL PANELSYSTEMS and then

clicking on the DEVICE MANAGER
tab. Then scroll through and find the device in

question. This is sometime
inaccurate, as Windows may not have installed

the correct drive when Windows
was first setup.

A second way to ID a device would be to open the

case and actual look at the
card. Look for the manufacture, model #, or

chipset. Then go to the
manufacture's website, or any driver website

(see LINKS section), and see if
you can find what you need there.

You can also use the FCC ID# to find out who

made your device. Just enter
the number on the FCC's ID# search page (see

LINKS section), and you will
find out who made your device.

NOTE: When using the FCC ID# and web page to

find out who made your device,
make sure you are using the FCC ID# and not the

FCC Registration Number (see
LINKS section).

6. USEFUL LINKS

Packard Bell websites

http://www.priorityonesupport.com
Official Support site for Packard Bell in North

America. Requires free
registration.

http://www.packardbell.com
Official World Support site for Packard Bell

Packard Bell user websites

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell
The Packard Bell user group on Yahoo groups.

Free registration required.

http://www.geocities.com/anotherpackardbellsite

http://mywebpage.netscape.com/_ht_a/...ackardbell.htm
(mirror)
Packard Bell website created by Velix.


http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/8774/
Ray's Packard Bell website. This is one of the

very best!

http://www.geocities.com/paul21_56304/index.html
Paul's Packard Bell boot disk/Restore CD website

Driver websites

http://www.driversearch.com/sites.php
A searchable driver website

http://driverguide.com/
Another driver website
Username: drivers
Password: all

Related links

http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/
FCC ID lookup page to find a manufacturer via

the FCC ID#

http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/help.html
Help page for FCC ID

http://microsoft.com
Microsoft's website

http://www.wimsbios.com/
Wim's BIOS page for information on various BIOS

types

Anti-Tracking, Anti-Spam & Netiquette

Websites.

http://www.inet.bg/faq/netiquete.html
Excellent basic netiquette

http://mail-abuse.org/rbl/notifyfaq.html
SPAM: What to report, how to report, where to

report.

http://spamcop.net/
Spam Cop's original Spam reporting service will

help you report Spam quickly
and accurately. Alternatively, choose from a

variety of filtering options
ranging from the easiest web-mail account to

advanced network-wide Spam
blocking.

http://spam.abuse.net/
Lots of info, one of the best anti-spam sites on

the net.

http://www.cauce.org/
Coalition Against Unwanted Commercial E-mail

http://www.turnstep.com/Spambot/
Here you will find information on how to avoid,

detect, and harass Spam
bots. Spam bots are programs that extract email

addresses from web pages,
which are then used as targets for Spam.

http://www.lavasoft.com
Ad-aware is a free, multi-component detection

and removal utility. It scans
memory, registry, hard, removable and optical

drives for known data mining,
aggressive advertising, and tracking components.

7. JARGON AND ABBREVIATIONS

AMI=American Megatrends
BIOS=Basic Input Output System
FCC=Federal Communication Commission
POST=Power On Self Test

8. REFERENCES

The original author of the

ALT.SYS.PC-CLONE.PACKARDBELL FAQ is unknown.

Anthony updated this version on February 13,

2003.

The Packard-Bell Yahoogroups List further

revised it on August 20, 2003.

If you feel there needs to be some additions to

this FAQ, please send your
suggestions to



All suggestions are welcome.



My work on the FAQs for this news group is
copyrighted, and it was never "derived" from the
original faq of ALT.SYS.PC-CLONE.PACKARDBELL. My
work is not public domain, and not for you to
modify, plagerize, or use in any form. Please
remove any mentions, and any plagerisms, of my
work, from your "faq". I am the owner of FAQs for
this newsgroup, and you area here by notified to
that fact.

If you have any "modifications" that you may feel
are apropriate for the FAQs of this newsgroup,
please respond to my FAQ thread, and I will
consider adding it to the FAQs of this group with
the input of the "regulars" of this group. If you
search back in the GOOGLE GROUPS archives, you can
see that I have put a lot of work into the
creation of the FAQs for this newsgroup, and I do
not appreciate what you are doing.

Regards,
Anthony


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Old August 21st 03, 04:05 AM
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Default alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Updated and Revised 08/20/2003

"Anthony" claims a copyright. If you do have a
copyright, fax a copy of the copyright to 1-309-285-0033.

Please read
http://www.inet.bg/faq/netiquete.html
View the UPDATED FAQ for alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell




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Old August 21st 03, 08:43 AM
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Default alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Updated and Revised 08/20/2003


"." wrote in message
...
"Anthony" claims a copyright. If you do have a
copyright, fax a copy of the copyright to 1-309-285-0033.

Please read
http://www.inet.bg/faq/netiquete.html
View the UPDATED FAQ for alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell





This is Intellectual Copyright theft of Anthony's work!

Under 'International Copyright Law' the following exists to protect the
authour of any published/unpublished article(s)-

"Intellectual Copyright is a protection that covers published and
unpublished literary, scientific and artistic works, whatever the form of
expression, provided such works are fixed in a tangible or material form.
This means that if you can see it, hear it and/or touch it - it may be
protected. If it is an essay, if it is a play, if it is a song, if it is a
funky original dance move, if it is a photograph, HTML coding or a computer
graphic that can be set on paper, recorded on tape or saved to a hard drive,
it may be protected. Copyright laws grant the creator the exclusive right to
reproduce, prepare derivative works, distribute, perform and display the
work publicly. Exclusive means only the creator of such work, not anybody
who has access to it and decides to grab it. Intelectual Copyright
protection begins when any of the above described work is actually created
and fixed in a tangible form."





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Old August 21st 03, 08:48 AM
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This is Intellectual Copyright theft of Anthony's work!

Under 'International Copyright Law' the following exists to protect the
authour of any published/unpublished article(s)-

"Intellectual Copyright is a protection that covers published and
unpublished literary, scientific and artistic works, whatever the form of
expression, provided such works are fixed in a tangible or material form.
This means that if you can see it, hear it and/or touch it - it may be
protected. If it is an essay, if it is a play, if it is a song, if it is a
funky original dance move, if it is a photograph, HTML coding or a

computer
graphic that can be set on paper, recorded on tape or saved to a hard

drive,
it may be protected. Copyright laws grant the creator the exclusive right

to
reproduce, prepare derivative works, distribute, perform and display the
work publicly. Exclusive means only the creator of such work, not anybody
who has access to it and decides to grab it. Intelectual Copyright
protection begins when any of the above described work is actually created
and fixed in a tangible form."



Just to add to this-

Example From the US Governement Copyright Web Site (unchanged and ownership
acknowledged to the US Gov.) ;-)


What if I take someone else's writings, text, HTML or graphic image and
change it around to suit my needs? I own the "new" version, right? If you
did any of that with the original owner's permission, and according to
his/her terms and conditions than you own the "new" version. If not you may
be committing copyright infringement and/or plagiarism.


Now from Anthony's comments you neither sought nor obtained permission to
ammend the FAQS he published in effect you have committed Copyright
Infringement!




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Old August 21st 03, 10:57 AM
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Default alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Updated and Revised 08/20/2003


"Simon" ,uk wrote in message
...
This is Intellectual Copyright theft of Anthony's work!

Under 'International Copyright Law' the following exists to

protect the
authour of any published/unpublished article(s)-

"Intellectual Copyright is a protection that covers published and
unpublished literary, scientific and artistic works, whatever the

form of
expression, provided such works are fixed in a tangible or

material form.
This means that if you can see it, hear it and/or touch it - it

may be
protected. If it is an essay, if it is a play, if it is a song, if

it is a
funky original dance move, if it is a photograph, HTML coding or a

computer
graphic that can be set on paper, recorded on tape or saved to a

hard
drive,
it may be protected. Copyright laws grant the creator the

exclusive right
to
reproduce, prepare derivative works, distribute, perform and

display the
work publicly. Exclusive means only the creator of such work, not

anybody
who has access to it and decides to grab it. Intelectual Copyright
protection begins when any of the above described work is actually

created
and fixed in a tangible form."



Just to add to this-

Example From the US Governement Copyright Web Site (unchanged and

ownership
acknowledged to the US Gov.) ;-)


What if I take someone else's writings, text, HTML or graphic image

and
change it around to suit my needs? I own the "new" version, right?

If you
did any of that with the original owner's permission, and according

to
his/her terms and conditions than you own the "new" version. If not

you may
be committing copyright infringement and/or plagiarism.


Now from Anthony's comments you neither sought nor obtained

permission to
ammend the FAQS he published in effect you have committed Copyright
Infringement!





Anthony & Simon:

And as anyone can plainly see Arthur Grayson Walker [RTFM] is as I
have stated and proven a THIEF. Anthony does not have to fax any such
claim to kook boy since it was published and dated and is archived at
Google Groups and elsewhere as the original creator.

Kook boy RTFM likes to make out that he can as he always tries to go
"do any damn thing he wants" unfortunately he is finding out that he
will not and that no one listens or reads the tripe he posts and the
hate filled and totally skewed rants at the loser yahoo groups.

I think you and others can now see that only a united front will
eradicate this troll and proven liar, from this group.

Elector




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Old August 21st 03, 01:31 PM
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Default ATTN: " Anthony"

The Copyright Office has no record of your claim, nor any record of "
Anthony" with an e-mail address of .

Your revised FAQ of 02/03/2003 contains many references to other proprietary
information and other public domain information and would not be acceptable
for copyright.

You have written that you copyrighted the work. Simply fax proof of your
claim to 1-309-285-0033.

Please read
http://www.inet.bg/faq/netiquete.html
View the corrected and updated FAQ for alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell


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Old August 21st 03, 02:11 PM
Elector
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Default " Anthony"


"." wrote in message
...

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was posted by the troll Arthur Grayson Walker [RTFM]


Nothing of value. All lies and deceptions.

Hey kook, troll, liar, loser, I see your still LYING and STEALING others
works and good names. You are a boat criminal and phony. I am also under the
impression that you are the sicko molester at the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement sex abuse registry which can be access from
http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/ or
http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/sexual_predators/Result.asp just do the search
on "Arthur Walker from N. Lauderdale" funny how you quote that site from
your loser group at Yahoo Groups.

Also note the link to http://www.inet.bg/faq/netiquete.html you like to
quote was the site Simon gave this group. Try reading it yourself you
TROLL-LYING-LOSER. Also Anthony does not have to prove you stole his FAQ's
he proves it with every post you make claiming the work as your own.

Elector



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Old August 21st 03, 03:15 PM
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Default " Anthony"

& :

Please Remove this person from your service(s)!!!

1.
:
This individual has been reported to you on numerous occasions, and you =
seem to just ignore the complaints. I request that you honor your =
policies regarding abusive behavior when posting to newsgroups through =
your service.

2.
:
I request that you ban the newsgroup postings on your service from the =
domain of fdn.com, if the administrator at fdn.com cannot curb this =
individual's behavior. If this individual was a client of your service, =
his/her actions would not be tolerated.


Path: =
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From: "."
Newsgroups: alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell
References: =

Subject: ATTN: " Anthony"
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2003 08:31:12 -0400
Organization: Kook and Spam Killers Are Us
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----- Original Message -----=20
From: "."
Newsgroups: alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2003 8:31 AM
Subject: ATTN: " Anthony"


The Copyright Office has no record of your claim, nor any record of "
Anthony" with an e-mail address of
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Please read
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View the corrected and updated FAQ for alt.sys.pc-clone.packardbell at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Packard-Bell


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