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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:20 pm 
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For someone that claims to service PC's your not to bright are ya lOl

Adam guessed what W7 was and he cant turn his on without reading a feckin manual lOl

Like i say i dont claim to have built the software just made the toolbar, there is a forum from the toolbars original software developer if your unhappy with the way its presented ...

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:21 pm 
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ph4824 wrote:
Why is there only an exe for IE and not safari?


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:headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :ill:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:22 pm 
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I need a lay down ... I feel like Ian and Maz do in the tech section lOl lOl

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:25 pm 
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Not wishing to be a smartarse (for once lOl ) I also think I know what IE means too ;) lOl

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:25 pm 
Ratling cages!!!

Ash calm down!

If you download from that link you will get a zip file. Unzip it and tell me what you do with those files? I only ask the question cause you put it together hence I would expect you to know?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:26 pm 
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Do I win a prize :?: lOl

yeah, you get to organise the next Plymouth meet lOl

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:34 pm 
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For someone that claims to service PC's your not to bright are ya lOl


I happen to be brilliant at what I do, but I'm not psychic, if the instructions aren't there how am I supposed to know? That safari link is NOT an .exe but a zip file containing a bunch of files and folders, none of which are obvious. There is no mention what to do with these files and I thought you knew? If you don't know then thats not a problem as I'm not that fussed about a toolbar anyway but others using Safari and Firefox might want to know?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:35 pm 
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ph4824 wrote:
Never seen Windows 7 referred to as W7 before


:?

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was more to do with the 64bit as not all programs work in this environment.


yes they do, 64bit versions work in 64bit environments, the only difference is how the compatible cpu handles the data (more efficiently). Most 32bit programs will work with the exception of a few anti virus programs and a few hardware drivers.

W7 32bit is only able to see a max of 4Gb of physical memory (w7 home basic, W7 starter is just 2gb)- where as 64 bit is able to process up to 192Gb of physical memory on the W7 pro edition and upwards. But being an IT professional, you probably know that ;)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:40 pm 
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Do you own a mac and have you tried to download and load if using one ... >?

If not try here - http://forum.conduit.com/index.php?action=home

It is not supported using Safari and Windows
http://forum.conduit.com/general-discus ... tallation/

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:49 pm 
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ph4824 wrote:
Never seen Windows 7 referred to as W7 before


:?

ph4824 wrote:
was more to do with the 64bit as not all programs work in this environment.


yes they do, 64bit versions work in 64bit environments, the only difference is how the compatible cpu handles the data (more efficiently). Most 32bit programs will work with the exception of a few anti virus programs and a few hardware drivers.

W7 32bit is only able to see a max of 4Gb of physical memory (w7 home basic, W7 starter is just 2gb)- where as 64 bit is able to process up to 192Gb of physical memory on the W7 pro edition and upwards. But being an IT professional, you probably know that ;)


If you take the time to look into what I'm saying you will find an install problem for Safari and possibly Firefox too because there is no self installer, yet you say it has an uninstaller?? If you are not interested then say so rather than trying to out do me in a pissing contest - I have nothing to prove to you are anyone else as my business is very successful which says it all!

Now not all 32bit apps working in a 64bit operating system. You didn't mention itunes for example? With this in mind I was simply asking if this toolbar will work in a 64 bit environment because your only ref was to XP 64bit which you say it's not compatible! So if XP 64bit is not compatible and there is no other ref to 64bit O/S it's no unreasonable to ask if it works in Win7 64bit is it??

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:51 pm 
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ph4824 wrote:
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Something we agree on :yup:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:55 pm 
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Just select the version you ant at the bottom of the page in the link :?

For the version you want (Internet Explorer) it will be this one - http://ukbeg.forumtoolbar.com/IE (Will not support XP 64bit)

For Firefox - http://ukbeg.forumtoolbar.com/XPI

For Safari - http://ukbeg.forumtoolbar.com/SF

You service peoples PCs ...?


Ash wrote:
Do you own a mac and have you tried to download and load if using one ... >?

If not try here - http://forum.conduit.com/index.php?action=home

It is not supported using Safari and Windows
http://forum.conduit.com/general-discus ... tallation/


So let me get this straight

This toolbar is not supported in Windows for Safari despite your link above and telling me "You service peoples PCs ...?" Yes I service PC's not MACS!!! :roll:

It's late :o I'm off,Image, goodnight! :yup:


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:59 pm 
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ph4824 wrote:
If you take the time to look into what I'm saying you will find an install problem for Safari and possibly Firefox too because there is no self installer, yet you say it has an installer??


No one else here has had an issue installing it, they select the version they want and run it ... according to the browser they use ..

The uninstaller is simple, control panel - programs & features - remove the program just like any other you install .. ;) :?

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:01 pm 
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As you will read in the link above, if you have a MAC then the Safari will work. If you have Windows (which ever flavour) and use Safari --- it wont ...

Not sure how much clearer I or the link provided can be :)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:02 pm 
Ash wrote:
ph4824 wrote:
If you take the time to look into what I'm saying you will find an install problem for Safari and possibly Firefox too because there is no self installer, yet you say it has an installer??


No one else here has had an issue installing it, they select the version they want and run it ... according to the browser they use ..

The installer is simple, control panel - programs & features - remove the program just like any other you install .. ;) :?


Maybe everyone else uses macs?
The version you listed was for browser versions, not O/S which turns out to be very important don't you think?
Never install that way always double click on the application to install like most people do ;)


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