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General Off-Topic Board / Re: My computer keeps spazzing out.
« on: May 02, 2009, 11:06:24 AM »
with parental controls disabled it is not as bad but still does not run very smooth.
Symptoms include: Windows explorer stops responding and my screen goes blank with just my backround showing.
MY KIS 2009 all of a sudden turned red and said my data bases were corrupt and my computer started saying my computer was in danger and need to update program. I updated the KIS 2009 databases And all was fine again.
Internet Explorer crashes commonly, but not as much on user that has no parental controls.
I had a fake security alert 2 days ago and kaspersky did nothing so i just exited out of the fake alert and all started going fine until my computer started freezing and KIS 2009 kept crashing and was closed several times leaving my computer vulnerable.
System restore fails.
When i go to problems and solutions to try and fix things in System and Maintenance in Vista i try clicking on link to updates and a window comes up saying that the application does not exist with the link on of the message.
I think thats about it . And is the update really necessary for KIS 2009 because i dont want to lose my key as i have no idea where it is right now

General Off-Topic Board / Re: What to pack for law school????
« on: May 02, 2009, 10:57:20 AM »
There is no other component of your application that you can control as much as your law school personal statement. An excellent personal statement will separate you from the sea of candidates with similar academic qualifications. Analogous to an interview, a law school personal statement should introduce the attributes and accomplishments that make you an individual. Do not write a summary of your resume or transcript, but instead utilize this opportunity to expand upon what is unique about you, your life experiences, and your goals. The following advice is intended to help you understand your audience, teach you how to craft a persuasive statement, suggest topics, and tell you the inside secrets you should know. This advice is supplemented by personal statement samples with commentary at the end.

General Off-Topic Board / Re: What's your bad experience liquor?
« on: May 02, 2009, 10:45:41 AM »
I would ban alcohol altogether. I'm an adult and a drinker. I've done some horrible things because of alcohol. If I can't handle my alcohol sometimes I can only imagine what it would do to a younger crowd. It's an addicting poison. It wouldn't be good.

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