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  Jameslayer 19:40 13 Nov 2010

Hi is their anyway to check search the forum for just threads that I have created? Im sure their but im just being dense.

  rdave13 19:50 13 Nov 2010

Click on 'my postings' top right, will give a list of all threads you've posted in or started.
Don't think there is a list for just the threads you started.

  rdave13 19:52 13 Nov 2010

This might help?
click here

  GaT7 20:13 13 Nov 2010

No, it cannot be done unless you have bookmarked every post you created in your browser [something I'm not proud of admitting, but have done ever since joining in 2002-2003 ;-)].

rdave13's method will get you as close as you possibly can though. And if you remember what the discussion was about, enter a few more related search terms to narrow it down further. G

  Jameslayer 20:15 13 Nov 2010

thanks. no luck. I was looking for a old thread i created months ago. Regarding my computer BSOD under xp I am still having them even under windows 7. Well to precise I get less BSOD instead the game just crashes.

  rdave13 20:16 13 Nov 2010

Gordon blimey,wouldn't like to see your bookmarks list, especially on a netbook.....

  GaT7 20:20 13 Nov 2010

Here you go, found it click here.

rdave13, 8495 bookmarks in grand total & counting, but all arranged in several folders & subfolders, so there are NO long lists that are too big for my resolution. I've allegedly started 68 threads at PCA. G

  rdave13 20:39 13 Nov 2010


  Jameslayer 21:15 13 Nov 2010

Crossbow good try but I was looking for a thread were i has posted several of the mini dumps.

To save logging all threads I would like a option on the new forum to see threads you have created by forum and date.

  GaT7 21:37 13 Nov 2010

I think you posted those at the TechGuy forums click here? G

  rdave13 21:41 13 Nov 2010

If it's not that long ago you'll have to trawl your 'my postings' I'm afraid.
See you around 2020 then..........

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