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You like that Microsoft passport stuff too, eh?  I just had TONS of fun
attempting to register a Microsoft product through that a$$ine passport
crap.

Just another excellent service from consumer friendly Microsoft!

Scott


On Mon, 16 Apr 2001, T. Eric Gillham PE wrote:

> This is NOT a structural engineering topic:
> 
> My computer runs WIN98 2nd Edition, and I have been downloading the latest
> "Critical Updates" from Microsoft.  I have a USB Intellimouse Explorer (the
> optical kind), and after I dowloaded the lates updates, my mouse has been
> freaking out. Specifically, the power to the mouse (as evidenced by being
> able to use it and also by the red glow from the bottom) just cuts out
> intermittently, usually returning within a couple of seconds, but on
> occasion I have to reboot.
> 
> I am posting this just in case anyone else has encountered a similar
> problem, and if so, what was done about it?  If this isn't the case, does
> anyone know of a site that I could post this question on?  I tried the
> Microsoft support approach, and after about 10 minutes of signing on,
> getting a passport name, going to different web pages etc. I gave up.
> 
> Anyone?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> T. Eric Gillham PE
> 
> 
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