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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
PostPosted: Sat March 04, 2017 6:24 am 
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Not even when you go for the board index hyperlink?


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I hit that Artodia link at least once a day.

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Have you ever explored the page?


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I always back out hurriedly. I haven't even considered exploring further. Now, I'm not sure why.

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:shock:

There's another forum in there.

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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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All too common crisis in the dying days of the message board medium:

https://www.artodia.com/threads/has-thi ... oned.2845/


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Question for those of you with heavy fingers; how often do you accidentally tap the "powered by phpBB" link when you're boarding on your handheld device?

I accidentally hit the Artodia link at least once a week

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All too common crisis in the dying days of the message board medium:

https://www.artodia.com/threads/has-thi ... oned.2845/

"Arty"

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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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Finding out there was another board within our board has been a game changer.

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Kaius wrote:
Finding out there was another board within our board has been a game changer.

Do you kind of feel like Jack and Locke did at the end of season one of LOST?


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Kaius wrote:
Finding out there was another board within our board has been a game changer.

Do you kind of feel like Jack and Locke did at the end of season one of LOST?

Who is RM's Desmond Hume?

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Kaius wrote:
washing machine wrote:
Kaius wrote:
Finding out there was another board within our board has been a game changer.

Do you kind of feel like Jack and Locke did at the end of season one of LOST?

Who is RM's Desmond Hume?

I guess we won't find out until we go down the hatch..


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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My daughter's password got corrupted on her windows 10 laptop. What a nightmare. PSA: Make your password reset disk on a thumb drive today.


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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This might require its own thread in tech support, but what's a password reset disk?


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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Continuing with this LOST as RM analogy, what if the RM archives is the season five island?

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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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This might require its own thread in tech support, but what's a password reset disk?

it gives you access to your account if your password is somehow changed on you or corrupted via virus :comp:


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