After 100 posts still no conclusion. PCA Tech pls.

  jamesy74 22:46 04 Apr 2005

Is there a PC advisor technical dept that can help with my closing down problem. Many thanks to all who have offered advise so far.

Thank you.

  dan11 22:54 04 Apr 2005


pc problem

You can call 0906 906 0272. It costs £1.50 a minute. The maximum is for 12 minutes.

If it is not fixed in that time span, you can leave it with the experts and ring back later for a solution.

internet problem

0906 906 0274

  tasslehoff burrfoot 22:55 04 Apr 2005

I can think of is 0906 906 0272. Costs £1.50 per min. If you have the current issue, see page 176 for details.



  pj123 23:07 04 Apr 2005

Would you like to give us a link to 1 or more of your 100 posts? Let us see if we can sort it out for you.

From what I remember PCA Magazine used to have an immediate help telephone line. Cost about £1.50 a minute. If they couldn't answer the problem within 12 minutes they would call you back when they had a solution.

Just looked through 3 or 4 backdated PCA mags but can't see the page that advertised this facility. Maybe they have discontinued it.

  SANTOS7 23:11 04 Apr 2005

Jamesy74 don't give up on the forum, there are some very knowledgable people out there that i'm sure will be able to help..

  p;3 23:19 04 Apr 2005

have you posted on this forum and if so can you give a link to a thread?

F.E. does not mind how long a thread gets (within reason) providing it is progressing, so do not worry about the number of responses in it:))

  Forum Editor 23:21 04 Apr 2005

and we'll take a fresh look.

  joesoaps 23:43 04 Apr 2005

Think this is the thread in question click here

  jamesy74 00:39 05 Apr 2005

To forum editor and all others.

The link that joesoaps posted was my initial one and the crx1600 was the updated one.

Hopefully with a fresh look someone can point me in the correct direction. To be fair every change I make does not refer to all prevoius problems sometimes new.

Many thanks to all again

  p;3 00:48 05 Apr 2005

if the machine will stay on for long enough; will running a hijackthis log give any useful information?I have not seen it mentioned anywhere yet? and it can also eliminate things too:)

  jamesy74 00:54 05 Apr 2005


Did u not manage to access my previous posts?

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