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About rokytnji

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  • Birthday 02/08/1954
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    Motorcycles, Fairness for all things living, Linux, Tinkering out doors, My wife, My kids, My grandkids.
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    Moving up but still old by other forum member standards.
    Computers don't need resource hogs to run.
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  1. rokytnji

    Do we have a telephone expert?

    Swamping you with more info https://www.npr.org/2019/05/15/723569324/fcc-wants-phone-companies-to-start-blocking-robocalls-by-default So you may need to buy nothing if the FCC kicks butt soon. Good luck .Rok signing off.
  2. rokytnji

    Do we have a telephone expert?

    Here is the simplest best reviewed pay version for land line I have found https://sunraybugs.net/ https://www.amazon.com/RoboCallWall-314159-1-WiFi/dp/B07FBBQL7L https://www.ebay.com/itm/RoboCallWall-Wifi-Phone-Call-Blocker-Blocks-robo-calls-automatically-landline/223080345008?hash=item33f09fedb0:g:-ZYAAOSwFFZbJnsj If preferring Walmart https://www.walmart.com/ip/LANDLINE-CALL-BLOCKER/134238193 Low budget https://www.walmart.com/ip/Phone-Call-Blocker-Telephone-Defense-Stop-Scam-Calls-Block-Up-1500-Phone-Numbers/569013726?athcpid=569013726&athpgid=athenaItemPage&athcgid=null&athznid=PWVUB&athieid=v0&athstid=CS020&athguid=eb765dca-d7b-16ac8873ff6729&athena=true Just more info https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2015/07/robocall-blocker-review/index.htm
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    Do we have a telephone expert?

    Hard line phone or cell phone? If cell phone. Android or Apple ? Who is phone provider? See. My Verizon cell phone account is gonna offer free robo call blocking tools soon. Might check your phone provider for free tools also. https://clark.com/technology/phones-mobile-devices/how-to-stop-robocalls/ Free and pay services to stop robocalls For a number of years, junk calls were not a big hassle for most people. The National Do Not Call Registry worked well for a while. Legitimate companies were generally very compliant and the violations that did occur were rare. Those that did violate the law were subject to heavy fines. Then suddenly, in the last couple of years, the number of junk calls started climbing. Nearly 48 billion robocalls went out in 2018, according to the YouMail Robocall Index. And that number is ever-growing. Today, it’s gotten to the point that you need every advantage you can get to keep the robocallers at bay. So we’re going to take a look at what’s out there to help you. AT&T: Call Protect Sprint: Premium Caller ID T-Mobile: Scam ID, Scam Block and Name ID Verizon: Call Filter Free third-party apps: Nomorobo, Youmail and Hiya A look at the tech behind robocall blocking Comparing the Big 4 carriers on robocall blocking Chances are your wireless carrier makes a free product available to help cut down on robocalls. Fortunately, if they don’t, there are a number of free apps you can use. More on that in a moment. But for now, here’s how the Big 4 wireless carriers stack up against each other for robocall blocking… Carrier Product and price AT&T Call Protect (free) Sprint Premium Caller ID ($2.99/month) T-Mobile Scam ID (free) Scam Block (free) Name ID ($4/month) Verizon Call Filter (free) Premium Call Filter ($2.99/month)
  4. rokytnji

    May Desktops

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    uBlock Origin

    Misunderstood thread. I used to edit hosts file manually. https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/27350/beginner-geek-how-to-edit-your-hosts-file/
  6. rokytnji

    Happy Birthday, cntrywolf

    Happy Birthday. 😀
  7. rokytnji

    Happy Birthday, Michael

    Happy birthday warrior.
  8. rokytnji

    Do I FDisk & Format or what??

    Sounds like killdisk, dban, or linux dd to wipe the the drive to zeros might be called for here. Since it seems leftovers are not gone. https://dban.org/ For sure. Let Broni weigh in on this . Since I am just the Linux dude.
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    May Desktops

    I like your ladybugs.
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    April Desktops

    Post 2
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    Start up Error: STOP:  c000021a {Fatal System Error}

    I'm a linux user. So take my advice with a grain of salt. Howdy and Welcome.
  12. rokytnji

    DVD burner freezing

    Read Data? Sounds broken to me. Except you mentioned you just bought it. Windows shoulda recognized new device when you plugged it in. Loaded driver and firmware I would think. Did you run the disk that came with external dvd purchase to load their stuff that they supply?
  13. rokytnji

    DVD burner freezing

    Will it play music or movie?
  14. rokytnji

    DVD burner freezing

    I am guessing device mamanger and windows sees the drive OK?
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