On 29/11/2007, Karl Larsen <[email protected]> wrote: > I got the file holding the Manual for my BIOS on this computer from > BioStar web page and after clicking on the manual thing I d/l a file. It > is CRUS5-M9_0829C_B.exe and I have d/l it several times because of Windows. > > The .exe makes it a windows file for sure. I tried using the Linux > unzip on it and it failed. So fired up my Work laptop which has winXP on > it that is seldom used. I have it on a memory stick and when I put it on > Windows nothing much happened. But I recalled to bring up "My Computer". > And sure enough there was a Kenstin stick as e: and I clicked on it and > there was my file. > > I put mouse over file and moved it over to the main window. It > didn't work and put up a long winded tail why I can't do that. It > appears I on the keyboard do not have permission to do that. > > I have a kernel package for F7 on the stick that went to my F7 on > the laptop. I tried to slide that off and it went without a problem. In > fact only the above file can't be moved. > > Next I right clicked the file on the stick and selected to Run it. > The error panel came up and told me the file is a Trogan type of thing > and will not open it. > > At a coffee get together all the other guys run Windows and the said > there is a way to turn off the thing that calls EVERYTHING a problem. > But it is well hidden. I had to listen to all the register problems and > how you need to defrag windows every month or so. > > Boy! Sure glad I changed to Linux. I wonder how Ian's ducks are doing.