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September 9, 2006, 5:22 pm
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some freeware named Super.
It's quite a large program and seems to install all the codecs necessary
to convert almost everything for the novice.
However, while reading the forums, I've come across this recent post:
running Super as a "Power User" in Win 2000 Pro, I then ran the program
as the administrator (without having to reinstall) with no problems.
program to gain access to privileged resources
with a loopback address.
refer to itself. Many Windows programs send information to the loopback
address before sending information out to the network or to the Internet.
Some programs may use the loopback address even when they are not about
to send information to the network or the Internet, due to some
peculiarities in the way Windows handles TCP/IP.
or the net.
I logged in as a power user even with the "failed to set data" message.
that it's adjusting registry strings when the program loads?
tries to contact the internet without prior knowledge that it might
(regarding updates), is disconcerting.
Before I install it, I would like to know if anyone used this program
before and have they addressed these issues?
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