October 19, 2009

Can I Get An Amen?

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I have no idea what fixed this problem. I've deleted programs, reloaded programs...turned firewalls on and off....reset to an earlier date. Whatever it was it worked. Thanks for the suggestions everyone! One of them worked.

Now just to figure out how to best post my Project 365 back log. Maybe put them in my Flickr account and post the link.

Picture of Charlotte taken this afternoon in the pasture. Today was a glorious day in Western Pennsylvania.....weather wise and other.

10 comments:

New England Girl said...

Good to see you back blogging! I wondered where you'd gone off to... I just now noticed your post below about the error situation; lucky for you I have no helpful suggestions so I wasn't withholding information from you. :)
Love the photo! Such a cutie. :)

Roxane B. Salonen said...

Oh my, this is a great shot. I love your photography PWW! I can just feel what it would feel like to be sitting there and have that sweetie charging toward me! :)

The Wife said...

Glad you got it working. I think there are gremlins out there messin' with stuff!

Firefly said...

AMEN. Glad to have you back. I love the shot. Perfect action shot.

Gail said...

Welcome back from the horrors of computer land.

Tami said...

Thank you all! I'm so happy to be up and posting!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Glad you are back. Norton could be your problem..their software sucks..there is a Free Antivirus Guard (AVG) out there that is way better than Norton. When your Norton has expired try the free stuff.
Oh and great photo of an all out running dog! :)

Claudia's thoughts said...

Glad you got it up and running. I love Charlottes picture, with her feet caught in mid air.

I am glad someones suggestion worked. To bad we don't know which in case it happens to one of us.

José Filipe said...

Hello Tami.
This one is amazing, a great photo.
All the best, have a nice day, see you soon.

José filipe 21-10-2009

Tami said...

Oh...and if I had to pin my computer problems down to one fix.

I would say it was the uninstall of Norton maybe? Then I shut off the firewall. Unplugged the the computer. Took the battery out. Discharged the static by depressing the power button for ten seconds.

Reassembled....reinstalled Norton...restarted the computer.

And the thing worked.

So I'm not really sure.....but that's what I did.