Ok, you just finished designing your website or a new theme for your blog, and you’re ready to put it online, you do so and there it is in its glory. Wonderful, you’re proud of you work but…you are at your library, surfing the net on a nice Mac G5 using safari, with your mind far away from you assignment you decide to take a look at your site and…it looks totally awful!!! What the heck, all those hours spent trying to understand xhtml, php, asp, link)' );">css, few crashes here and there and the results look good only on your computer with IE (5.5,6,7 whatever) or maybe even FF and you wished you had a bunch of machines with all sort of OS and browser so you could test you website.
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I recently got a wireless adapter for cheap on ebay, the Netgear WG111v2, to be used with my laptop running Windows XP sp2. After installing the software for the WG111v2 and reboot I notice that the ','caption', 'Default Windows Xp Welcome screen', 'trail', true, 'direction', 'north', 'width', '264' );">welcome screen was replaced with the ','caption', 'Windows Xp Logon screen', 'trail', true, 'direction', 'north', 'width', '264' );">logon screen. Basically you must type username and password instead of selecting users by a distinctive icon.Read More »XP welcome screen problem caused by Netgear wireless adapter