On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 14:18:05 +0100, brazil42
>just copy the registry keys:
The post you replied to was made SEVEN**** MONTHS AGO. That person
hasn't been back since.
Few - if ANY - of the people viewing your post have a clue what you
are talking about because we don't see all the old posts that you
see. You should quote what you are replying to, much as you see
others have done in many of the posts you see on that forum.
That forum leeches the vast majority of its posts from Microsoft
servers and mingles them with posts from forum users - a very small
group compared to the rest of us. So most of what you see there comes
from the outside.
How can you tell "outsiders" from forum users? WE are listed as
"guest" and/or our number of posts are "n/a".
If you plan to continue following the groups listed on that forum,
or would like to find hundreds more that aren't listed, you should
give serious thought to using a news reader. It's much faster and
way more flexible than the medium you are using now.
There are several free news readers available. Windows Mail is one
of them, and is a great tool to get you started. It's also very easy
to set up.
Accessing news groups With Windows Mail by John Barnett: