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ram33

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  1. Create a new folder on your desktop and rename it GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} then double click it, it supposedly windows Godmode, but essentially its a list of links to control panel stuff that may make life a bit easier works on vista and windows 7 but i dont think it works on xp
  2. ive got one of these, its well made and i paid about £70 inc del its a bit bigger than the one you were looking at http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PARROT-STAND-MACAW-AFRICAN-GREY-PLAYSTAND-CLIMBER-1_W0QQitemZ360216606879QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Pet_Supplies_Birds?hash=item53de95389f
  3. have you tried this Try to restart the computer, if the problem persists, please follow the following steps. Rename the Inbox.dbx file: Go to “Tools” > “Options” > “Maintenance” tab > Click “Store Folder”. It will reveal the location of your Outlook Express files. Close Outlook Express, goto the location mentioned above. You may copy the location and paste it in the “Start” > “Run” and click “Ok”. Rename “inbox.dbx” to “oldinbox.dbx” or name that you prefer. Restart the Outlook Express, This creates a new inbox.dbx file automatically. Recovery old emails You may recover back the old emails by try the following, if they are not corrupt or damage. In Outlook Express, right click on the local folders icon in the folder list. Click on New Folder, named it to “Old Inbox”. Search for oldinbox.dbx. The old emails should be inside the oldinbox.dbx right now
  4. if on xp then try this insert a CD-ROM, selecting My Computer, right-clicking the drive that contained the CD-ROM, and select Properties. click the AutoPlay tab and select the Select an action to perform option, then double-click the program you want to use to run the CD-ROM. This action launches the program on my CD-ROM. Note that simply highlighting the program you want to use and clicking OK or Apply doesn't work; you must double-click the program and force it to launch on the CD-ROM or DVD in the drive.
  5. he's 5, will be 6 next month. I wouldn't spray him I just don't agree with doing that. I am at the end of my tether with him. the spray idea was for distraction, not punishment. ours loves it
  6. how old is he? i found ours only gets frisky if you stroke his wing /tail otherwise he is fine. maybe a quick squirt from a mist sprayer may distract him?
  7. ive found mine likes a little something - piece of biscuit/ fruit/nut etc wrapped like a sweet in brown paper. i usualy make a few of these up so i can give him a few during the evening. he will often eat something he has unwrapped himself even if he would normally chuck it, must be because he thinks he has found it for himself rather that been given it?
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