Musky

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  1. That is strange. I could see the picture using Tapatalk on my phone, but only a link showed from my laptop. So I edited Dilip's post and attached the jpg.
  2. Run for your life Dilip!
  3. I added the link to the original post hours ago.
  4. I can add similes, the last one I added was the "assimilated Gif" for obvious reasons. EDIT: I just added this one:
  5. We had a "special talk" based on an outline from the Branch given in our midweek meeting here in San Diego, which was announced the week before and we were told not to miss this meeting. The outline was basically on being obedient to the direction of the Branch and our local elders. It was about some major changes in our territories to help use our Kingdom halls more efficiently. They told us in the next "one or two months" we will be having a major reorganization of our KH's, Territories, and meetings. Some Congregations will be relocated to other (nearby) halls, and some will be merged, etc. This is being done to reduce the number of new Kingdom halls that are needed by "filling" the Halls we have now. We were told this is being done in MANY areas in the United Sates Branch territory. Maybe this is what some of the other's letters are about in this topic.
  6. It looks like someone wearing a red thong From my phone
  7. Yes, that is way overpriced. Amazon has Windows 10 for $86 with free shipping. https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Windows-Home-System-Builder/dp/B00ZSI7Y3U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1482523408&sr=8-1&keywords=Windows+10 You just need to check her system's specifications and see if it's a 32 or 64 bit system.
  8. Is it the same as this one? If so, there's really no need for another.
  9. She may not have gotten a system disk with the Dell, they started installing a recovery partition on their hard drives a while ago. If that's the case, you should be able to tap the "F8" key while the system is booting. Then, at the menu choose the option that reads "Repair your Computer" and follow the menu to restore the system .This utility formats the operating system hard drive partition prior to restoring the factory image, so she will lose any data and programs that she has added since the system was new. You can also try calling a computer repair tech first as most techs have "live CD's" that have the ability to remove the password, but they do need to know what they're doing to use them. Here is one site that explains how to make and use this kind of disk: http://www.iseepassword.com/reset-windows-password-with-ubuntu-free.html Hope this helps!
  10. Which version? Windows Android etc Edit, nevermind, I just saw you said android.
  11. "Love your neighbor, but don't cut down your hedge" "Three people can keep a secret if two of them are dead " Both by Benjamin Franklin
  12. Testing status updates

    1. rocket

      rocket

      Nope, don't see anything.

    2. Tortuga

      Tortuga

      Do only testy people reply?

    3. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

       

      Pass? Actually, another thingy opens. "Open here and there. Several choices. I have to try several times for it to behave itself.