Love

Love is the most important aspect of human life as we know it. The reasons are because it is one of the only things that can not be bought with any amount of money so it makes it a very scarce resource. If love would have a price tag it would be for an infinite amount of dollars, pounds, or even pesos. Some people live their whole life looking for a ” true love” some are lucky and find it. Some live their life la vida loca and have never found the time to find a true love. Others get tired of waiting and get married without love. Love has not changed at all over the course of history and this makes it the most important emotion in the human mind, body and soul.

Over time the definition of love and what it is has been debated and argued over, but in most cases the answer is very similar. “True love is like two rivers that meet and merge, intertwining completely into one, then flowing on together. True love cannot be buried; but once unselfishly rooted it will grow forever.” Quote on quote true love does exist but unfortunately is not found by all.
During Plato and Socrates years it was harder to make a clear definition of love due to the fact that most people didn’t have a chance to find their perfect match. Due to the politics involved in arranged marriages people didn’t have a good chance to meet the person of their dreams and whom they really loved. This gave some sour views of love and the concept of true love. The lower class in the early days was the luckiest class of that time period because they had a chance to seek out the person they wanted to be with because it wasn’t important if a merchants’ son married a farmers’ daughter, but if a prince fell in love with a farmers’ daughter the chance of them being able to be together was impossible.
1 Anonymous www.home.talkcity.com/MoshPitWay/wrenwren1/quotes.html 9/25/00 12:22AM.

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Plato completely understood love and this is why he never got married. He was a great philosopher and communicated and learned from of great philosophers ex. Socrates and Aristotle. Plato believed that love got people hooked and got them to do abnormal things. “Love is a serious mental disease.” and then he goes on to say “Love is the joy of the good, the wonder of the wise, the amazement of the gods.” This shows that he understood love more than most people at the time most likely through the Socratic method of asking questions to find a true answer that suited him, he just wasn’t able to find love so he didn’t bother with getting involved with a woman, settling down and having children. Plato also had other loves, a love for knowledge and writing. This could have been more important to him than seeking a wife and having a family. It might have been that he had bad experiences with love or that he felt an obligation to the world to produce writings that would help people for ever.

The true meaning of love like what is the meaning of life is one of the questions that will remain unsolved forever. But right now the love is a great thing that should be embraced, treasured and forever valued as on of the greatest things of all time. Even members of the church like Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II have tried to define it. Mother Teresa said “Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.” clearly she believes that anyone and everyone is capable of falling in love and being in love. Pope John Paul II believes that the worst thing that could happen to some in life is not being in love “The worst prison would be a closed heart” coming from a holy man that must be celibacy his whole life and a very holy man his love was for god
2 Plato http://guest.btinternet.com/alexandergrant/quotes/gloveis.htm 9/25/00 12:47 AM.

3 Plato http://www.assumption.edu/users/ady/HHRomanticism/Rshpg/acorby/love.html 9/25/00 12:56 AM.

4 Mother Teresa http://guest.btinternet.com/alexandergrant/quotes/gloveis.htm 9/25/00 12:43 AM.

5 Pope John Paul II www.somfoundation.org/somfpage36.html
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Love

Fast food nation is about the consequences of the fast food culture that has developed in the US and has spread to other parts of the world. Every part of system is examined – the food, marketing, science of taste, supply production and human impact on both those that eat fast food and those who work for the fast food companies and the industries which supply the fast food chains. While fast food is appreciated by many, there is a dark side to that Fast Food Nation tries to point out with a great deal of detail.

The fast food industry started in California. As the companies grew and their success increased fast food spread around the nation. This success has had a real impact on our culture and is partly responsible for the way life is today. We are an obese country. Fast food is very fattening and sold in big sizes. The whole industry is very much engineered. The food is engineered in taste laboratories and is designed to be very appealing, almost (but not quite the same thing) like a drug. The fast food companies are involved in marketing, particularly to very young people, to get them hooked on their product early. It’s easy to get hooked on it because most of it tastes so good. But just because it tastes good does not mean it is good.

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Beyond the taste and marketing issues are many other areas that are impacted. The fast food industry has a big impact on meat production. Much of the way the meat industry operates is a result of the power of the fast food companies in controlling their suppliers. The fast food industry has had a big impact on wages – holding wages down and exploiting teenagers, immigrants and minorities. Fast food has had an impact on real estate and the way malls have been built. Lastly, the fast food industry has been one of the pioneers in globalization and the spread of American culture to many other places around the world.


Who is to blame? Is it the government for giving the industry what it wants and therefore helping it along? Should the fast food companies be blamed for providing a product people want in a convenient way at an affordable price? Or, lastly, should people themselves be blamed for allowing their government and the fast food companies to hurt them with their product. It seems that the author thinks that most of the blame should be placed on the industry, with government sharing a big portion of blame too. Hopefully the book will help to educate people better and maybe change the fast food industry so it will provide a healthier product.

Love

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Microsoft Windows 95 README for Hardware
August 1996
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(c) Copyright Microsoft Corporation, 1996
This document provides complementary or late-breaking information to
supplement the Microsoft Windows 95 documentation.

To view Hardware.txt on screen in Notepad, maximize the Notepad window.

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To print Hardware.txt, open it in Notepad or another word processor,
then use the Print command on the File menu.

RUNNING ZIP TOOLS ON AN IOMEGA PARALLEL ZIP DISK
If the video is configured by the BIOS to consume an IRQ and you need
to use the secondary PCI IDE controller in your PC, your video will work
only in VGA mode. To load the accelerated Windows 95 driver for your video,
disable the secondary PCI IDE controller in the BIOS and the Device Manager
(located in the System control panel). Another alternative (if supported
by the BIOS) is to disable the IRQ of the video device.
IBM Thinkpad Models 750 (all 750 series except 750ce)
—————————————————–
A new BIOS that solves several problems with power management is
available from IBM’s bulletin board. Download the latest System Program
Service Diskette for the Thinkpad 750 from the BBS. See your hardware
documentation for information on how to access the IBM bulletin board.

IBM Thinkpad Models 755cd, cx, ce, cse, cdv (but not 755c)
———————————————————-
We are in the process of resolving with IBM several known problems:
1. Mwave is lost if you have more than 8 MB of memory.

– IBM is working on updated drivers. The 1.1 revision does not
2. If you install Windows 95 into the same directory that contains
your current version of Windows, Mwave will continue to function.
– If you install Windows 95 to a different directory, Mwave will
not work unless you reinstall the Mwave drivers by using IBM’s
Mwave setup program disks. This is by design. The Windows 3.1
drivers are required to run the Mwave chip.

3. The infrared port shows up with problems in Device Manager.

– IBM is working on an updated Infrared VxD that resolves this
– IBM is expected to release fixes to their Plug and Play BIOS
shortly, which will enable full Windows 95 Plug and Play and
docking support. For updates to the System Program Service
Diskette for your model of Thinkpad, check IBM’s bulletin
board. See your hardware documentation for information about
5. There are power management problems with the suspend and resume
– If you have a 1994 BIOS, you can usually resolve these problems
by upgrading to the latest Flash BIOS revision from 1995. You can
find it on CompuServe, THINKPAD forum, or on IBM’s bulletin board.

See your IBM hardware documentation for information about accessing
6. Mwave versions earlier than 1.2 contain numerous bugs.

– These bugs in earlier versions of Mwave cause serious problems when
Mwave is run on Windows 95. For more information, call the IBM PC
If you use IBM Thinkpad Dock II, you must disable the BIOS for the
Adaptec 1530P SCSI controller in the docking station before starting
your computer while it is docked. If you do not, your computer will
hang repeatedly. This controller works fine in protected mode even
without the BIOS enabled, so you should not lose access to any SCSI
1. Restart your computer while it is docked.

2. Press CTRL+A to start the Adaptec SCSISelect utility.

3. Choose Configure/View Host Adapter Settings.

4. Choose Advanced Configuration Options.

5. Change the setting for Host Adapter BIOS to Disabled.

Press ESC until you are prompted to exit the utility, at which point
An even better solution is to disable the BIOS completely, which will
enable the adapter to run completely in Plug and Play mode. This will
allow its resources to be allocated dynamically at Windows 95 startup.

However, this requires changing a DIP switch inside the dock unit.

For details about disabling the SCSI adapter BIOS, refer to your Dock II
Before installing Windows, users of Micron M5-PI series (P-60, P-66)
need to be sure the BIOS read/write jumper(W22) is set to the read-only
position. If you try to install Windows 95 with this jumper in the
readwrite position, it may cause BIOS corruption. For more information,
Before installing Windows, users of Micron P90 and P100 systems must
make sure their BIOS version is N15 or later. For more information,
If you use AT&T Globalyst and NEC Versa M, you must set the BIOS
setting for PCMCIA Power to Enabled before running the PC Card (PCMCIA)
wizard to enable the Windows 95 PCMCIA support. The default setting is
To change the PCMCIA Power setting to Enabled:
2. When the cursor changes to a rectangle, press F1.

3. When the BIOS configuration program is ready, select Power, and
then change the PCMCIA Power setting to Enabled.

There is a problem on the Winbook XP which could cause the keyboard
not to function properly. The workaround is to disable Windows 95
To disable Windows 95 power status polling:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon, and then click the
2. Click the plus (+) sign next to the system class you want to change.

3. Double click Advanced Power Management Support, and then click the
4. Make sure that the Disable Power Status Polling box is checked.

5. Click OK to save your changes and exit Control Panel.

The Omnibook’s PCMCIA controller is supported via special drivers
in the Drivers directory on the CD version of Windows 95, or via the
Windows Drivers Library (WDL) on various on-line services.
Refer to the Readme file in the Drivers directory for installation
The OmniBook also requires a special mouse driver for Windows.
Windows 95 Setup will preserve and use this driver when upgrading over
Windows 3.1. If you installed Windows 95 into a new directory
on an OmniBook, then you must copy the HP Obmouse.drv file into the
WindowsSystem directory, and then change the following lines in your
There are known problems with PCMCIA under older BIOS versions on
this machine. If you encounter difficulties getting your PCMCIA cards
recognized correctly, update your BIOS to a version later than
You may hear a negative (low) tone when you insert the PCMCIA card
after activating the 32-bit PCMCIA drivers. If this happens, remove
the EMMExclude line from the System.ini file and the exclude range
data from the EMM386 line in the Config.sys file. If you still get a
low tone, try carrying out the following procedure:
1. Double-click the PCMCIA icon in Control Panel.

2. Click Global Settings, and make sure Automatic Selection is not
3. Set the valid range to start at 000D0000 and end at 000DFFFF.
The Compaq Aero floppy disk drive is only partially supported by the
Windows 95 PCMCIA drivers. To gain access to the floppy drive,
you need to make sure the card is already inserted when you boot.
After the card has been configured by Windows 95, you can remove and
If access to the floppy card still fails:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon, and then click the
2. Click the plus (+) sign next to “Floppy disk controllers.”
3. Double-click the floppy disk controller you are having trouble with.

5. If it reports a resource conflict, click the Resources tab,
click the “Set Configuration Manually” button, then click OK.

DEC Venturis and Media Vision Audio Cards
—————————————–
There’s a known problem with certain combinations of the DEC Venturis
If you experience problems with this combination:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon.

3. Under Sound, Video and Game Controllers, double-click
Media Vision Pro Audio Spectrum 16/Studio With SCSI.

5. Make sure the Enable Warm Boot box is not checked.

If your PC cards are not being detected or working properly with the
Windows 95 PCMCIA drivers, follow the below procedure to reserve IRQ 10
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon.

3. Click Computer, and then click Properties.

5. Click Interrupt Request (IRQ), and then click Add.

6. Reserve IRQ 10, and then click OK.
7. Click Memory, and then click Add.

8. Reserve the memory range C000-CBFF, and then click OK.

9. Click OK again, and then restart your computer.

Zenith NoteFLEX 486DX and Flexshow docking station
————————————————–
If you are using the NoteFLEX with the Flexshow docking station, you
must reserve IRQ 10 so that the built-in CD-ROM drive will work. To
do this, follow the above procedure and only reserve IRQ 10.

In your Config.sys file, make sure the line loading Mztinit.sys
appears before the line loading PCenable.exe or your computer will
Also, to avoid numerous “Bad Command or File Name” errors during
startup and to ensure the computer is configured properly, copy
Rplstr.com from your Dos directory to your Windows directory.

Zenith NoteFLEX 486DX and PCMCIA hard drives
——————————————–
If you are using a PCMCIA hard drive with this computer, you must
enable 32-bit PCMCIA support in order to access the drive.

1. In Control Panel, double-click the PC Card (PCMCIA) icon.

2. Follow the instructions on your screen.

If you see properties for your PCMCIA socket instead of the wizard,
Windows 32-bit support for PC cards is already turned on. If you do not
see the PC Card (PCMCIA) icon in Control Panel, double-click the
Add New Hardware icon in Control Panel to install your PCMCIA socket.

If you experience problems setting up the modem side of this card
in a real-mode PCMCIA environment, try explicitly setting the COMIRQ
and COMBASE parameters in the Megahertz section of your Protocol.ini
file. There is a known problem where this card enabler ignores the
default values set for these parameters.

If PNPISA and/or PCI cards are not automatically recognized, or if
Windows generates Blue Screen errors when reconfiguring your COM ports,
If you choose to print “all devices and system summary” from Device
Manager, the device detection code MAY cause problems for MS-DOS-
based programs. The symptom of this problem is that after you print,
your computer reports that it is out of memory when you try to run
an MS-DOS-based program. When this problem occurs, you may need to
restart Windows to correct the problem.
Mozart Sound Card/Canon Innova 550 CD Driver Problem
—————————————————-
You may experience problems when you start up Windows 95. To receive
a new driver that works with Windows 95, contact the Canon Help Desk.

Users of TrueFFS Flash File System for PCMCIA Cards
—————————————————
The MS-DOS or Windows 3.1 versions of the TrueFFS driver will not work
with the Windows 95 PCMCIA driver. To work with FTL formatted Linear
Flash PCMCIA cards when the Windows 95 PCMCIA driver is enabled, you
must install a new Windows 95 device driver provided by M-Systems. To
do this, carry out the following procedure:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the Add New Hardware icon.
2. Click Next, and then click the option not to have Windows search
3. Click Hard Disk Controllers, and then click Next.
5. Click the specific Flash Card, and then click Next. Then follow
NOTE: If M-Systems is not shown in the list, click Have Disk, and then
insert the M-Systems Windows 95 installation disk and follow the
Micronics Motherboards with a Flash BIOS
—————————————–
Before installing Windows, users of Micronics motherboards with a Flash
BIOS need to be sure the BIOS read/write jumper is set to the read-only
position. If you try to install Windows 95 with this jumper in the
readwrite position, it may cause BIOS corruption. For more information,
Toshiba Computers: T610 T400 series, T2100 series, T2400 series,
T4700 series, T4800 series, and the T4900CT and T3600
—————————————————————-
If you use any of these Toshiba computers, Toshiba strongly recommends
upgrading your computer’s BIOS to version 5.0. The upgraded BIOS
provides additional functionality for the Windows 95 operating system.
For more information, in the United States contact Toshiba at
(800) 999-4273. Outside the U.S., contact your local Toshiba dealer.

If your system stops responding during suspend or resume operations,
comment out the line that loads the Toscdrom.sys driver from your
The Sanyo 3-D ATAPI (IDE) CD-ROM drive uses a proprietary scheme to
support the three-disk changer. Although all three drives will appear
when you are running in protected mode, only one of them will be
To regain access to all three drives, remove the REM command from the
beginning of the MSCDEX line in your Autoexec.bat file. You also need
to disable the Windows 95 protected-mode disk driver. To do this, carry
1. Click the Start button, and then point to Settings.

2. Click Control Panel, and then double-click the System icon.

4. Click View Devices By Connection.

5. Click plus signs next to devices until you find the Sanyo drive.

6. After you find the Sanyo drive, look at the levels above it
until you find the parent controller.

7. Click the controller, and then click Properties.

8. In the Device Usage area, clear the check box next to the current
This will enable access to all three drives from Windows 95 protected-
mode; however, your disk, CD, and any other devices under the controller
will be accessed only through real-mode drivers.

For information about updating your driver to a Windows 95 driver,
Micron PowerServer M5-PE (66 MHz Pentium PCI/EISA bus)
——————————————————-
The BusLogic BT-946C PCI SCSI adapter may not be compatible with
Windows 95. If you encounter difficulties with your SCSI peripherals,
contact Micron to determine whether you need an updated adapter.

Windows 95 will detect most scanner hardware, but does not supply
protected-mode drivers for any scanner model.

All SCSI scanners use a feature called ASPI to talk to the controller
in question. Windows 95 supports ASPI in protected mode. Hence, a
Bibliography:
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Microsoft Windows 95 README for Hardware
August 1996
———————————————————–
(c) Copyright Microsoft Corporation, 1996
This document provides complementary or late-breaking information to
supplement the Microsoft Windows 95 documentation.


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CONTENTS
PLUG AND PLAY
SCANNERS
MODEMS
TAPE DRIVES
RUNNING ZIP TOOLS ON AN IOMEGA PARALLEL ZIP DISK
——–
PLUG AND PLAY
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PCI Systems
———–
If the video is configured by the BIOS to consume an IRQ and you need
to use the secondary PCI IDE controller in your PC, your video will work
only in VGA mode. To load the accelerated Windows 95 driver for your video,
disable the secondary PCI IDE controller in the BIOS and the Device Manager
(located in the System control panel). Another alternative (if supported
by the BIOS) is to disable the IRQ of the video device.
IBM Thinkpad Models 750 (all 750 series except 750ce)
—————————————————–
A new BIOS that solves several problems with power management is
available from IBM’s bulletin board. Download the latest System Program
Service Diskette for the Thinkpad 750 from the BBS. See your hardware
documentation for information on how to access the IBM bulletin board.


IBM Thinkpad Models 755cd, cx, ce, cse, cdv (but not 755c)
———————————————————-
We are in the process of resolving with IBM several known problems:
1. Mwave is lost if you have more than 8 MB of memory.

– IBM is working on updated drivers. The 1.1 revision does not
solve this problem.

2. If you install Windows 95 into the same directory that contains
your current version of Windows, Mwave will continue to function.
– If you install Windows 95 to a different directory, Mwave will
not work unless you reinstall the Mwave drivers by using IBM’s
Mwave setup program disks. This is by design. The Windows 3.1
drivers are required to run the Mwave chip.

3. The infrared port shows up with problems in Device Manager.

– IBM is working on an updated Infrared VxD that resolves this
problem.

4. Docking is not supported.

– IBM is expected to release fixes to their Plug and Play BIOS
shortly, which will enable full Windows 95 Plug and Play and
docking support. For updates to the System Program Service
Diskette for your model of Thinkpad, check IBM’s bulletin
board. See your hardware documentation for information about
accessing the bulletin board.

5. There are power management problems with the suspend and resume
commands.

– If you have a 1994 BIOS, you can usually resolve these problems
by upgrading to the latest Flash BIOS revision from 1995. You can
find it on CompuServe, THINKPAD forum, or on IBM’s bulletin board.

See your IBM hardware documentation for information about accessing
the bulletin board.

6. Mwave versions earlier than 1.2 contain numerous bugs.

– These bugs in earlier versions of Mwave cause serious problems when
Mwave is run on Windows 95. For more information, call the IBM PC
HelpCenter.
IBM Thinkpad Dock II
——————–
If you use IBM Thinkpad Dock II, you must disable the BIOS for the
Adaptec 1530P SCSI controller in the docking station before starting
your computer while it is docked. If you do not, your computer will
hang repeatedly. This controller works fine in protected mode even
without the BIOS enabled, so you should not lose access to any SCSI
devices as a result.


To disable the BIOS:
1. Restart your computer while it is docked.

2. Press CTRL+A to start the Adaptec SCSISelect utility.

3. Choose Configure/View Host Adapter Settings.

4. Choose Advanced Configuration Options.

5. Change the setting for Host Adapter BIOS to Disabled.


Press ESC until you are prompted to exit the utility, at which point
the computer will restart.


An even better solution is to disable the BIOS completely, which will
enable the adapter to run completely in Plug and Play mode. This will
allow its resources to be allocated dynamically at Windows 95 startup.

However, this requires changing a DIP switch inside the dock unit.

For details about disabling the SCSI adapter BIOS, refer to your Dock II
manual.


Micron M5-PI Series
——————-
Before installing Windows, users of Micron M5-PI series (P-60, P-66)
need to be sure the BIOS read/write jumper(W22) is set to the read-only
position. If you try to install Windows 95 with this jumper in the
readwrite position, it may cause BIOS corruption. For more information,
contact Micron Technologies.


Micron P90/100
—————
Before installing Windows, users of Micron P90 and P100 systems must
make sure their BIOS version is N15 or later. For more information,
contact Micron Technologies.


NEC Versa M and AT&T Globalyst
——————————
If you use AT&T Globalyst and NEC Versa M, you must set the BIOS
setting for PCMCIA Power to Enabled before running the PC Card (PCMCIA)
wizard to enable the Windows 95 PCMCIA support. The default setting is
Disabled.
To change the PCMCIA Power setting to Enabled:
1. Restart your computer.

2. When the cursor changes to a rectangle, press F1.

3. When the BIOS configuration program is ready, select Power, and
then change the PCMCIA Power setting to Enabled.

4. Save these settings.


Winbook XP
———-
There is a problem on the Winbook XP which could cause the keyboard
not to function properly. The workaround is to disable Windows 95
power status polling.


To disable Windows 95 power status polling:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon, and then click the
Device Manager tab.

2. Click the plus (+) sign next to the system class you want to change.

3. Double click Advanced Power Management Support, and then click the
Settings tab.

4. Make sure that the Disable Power Status Polling box is checked.

5. Click OK to save your changes and exit Control Panel.


HP OmniBook 600C
—————-
The Omnibook’s PCMCIA controller is supported via special drivers
in the Drivers directory on the CD version of Windows 95, or via the
Windows Drivers Library (WDL) on various on-line services.
Refer to the Readme file in the Drivers directory for installation
instructions.
The OmniBook also requires a special mouse driver for Windows.
Windows 95 Setup will preserve and use this driver when upgrading over
Windows 3.1. If you installed Windows 95 into a new directory
on an OmniBook, then you must copy the HP Obmouse.drv file into the
WindowsSystem directory, and then change the following lines in your
System.ini file:
boot
mouse.drv=obmouse.drv
386Enh
mouse=*vmd
DEC Hi Note Ultra
——————
There are known problems with PCMCIA under older BIOS versions on
this machine. If you encounter difficulties getting your PCMCIA cards
recognized correctly, update your BIOS to a version later than
3/31/95 (v.1.3).


Acer Acernotes
————–
You may hear a negative (low) tone when you insert the PCMCIA card
after activating the 32-bit PCMCIA drivers. If this happens, remove
the EMMExclude line from the System.ini file and the exclude range
data from the EMM386 line in the Config.sys file. If you still get a
low tone, try carrying out the following procedure:
1. Double-click the PCMCIA icon in Control Panel.

2. Click Global Settings, and make sure Automatic Selection is not
checked.

3. Set the valid range to start at 000D0000 and end at 000DFFFF.
Compaq Aero
————
The Compaq Aero floppy disk drive is only partially supported by the
Windows 95 PCMCIA drivers. To gain access to the floppy drive,
you need to make sure the card is already inserted when you boot.
After the card has been configured by Windows 95, you can remove and
insert the card normally.
If access to the floppy card still fails:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon, and then click the
Device Manager tab.

2. Click the plus (+) sign next to “Floppy disk controllers.”
3. Double-click the floppy disk controller you are having trouble with.

4. Look at the Device Status area.
5. If it reports a resource conflict, click the Resources tab,
click the “Set Configuration Manually” button, then click OK.


DEC Venturis and Media Vision Audio Cards
—————————————–
There’s a known problem with certain combinations of the DEC Venturis
and Media Vision Audio cards.


If you experience problems with this combination:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon.

2. Click the Device Manager tab.

3. Under Sound, Video and Game Controllers, double-click
Media Vision Pro Audio Spectrum 16/Studio With SCSI.

4. Click the Settings tab.

5. Make sure the Enable Warm Boot box is not checked.


Zenith NoteFLEX 486DX and PC cards
———————————–
If your PC cards are not being detected or working properly with the
Windows 95 PCMCIA drivers, follow the below procedure to reserve IRQ 10
and the memory range C000-CBFF.


To reserve resources:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the System icon.

2. Click the Device Manager tab.

3. Click Computer, and then click Properties.

4. Click the Reserve Resources tab.

5. Click Interrupt Request (IRQ), and then click Add.

6. Reserve IRQ 10, and then click OK.
7. Click Memory, and then click Add.

8. Reserve the memory range C000-CBFF, and then click OK.

9. Click OK again, and then restart your computer.


Zenith NoteFLEX 486DX and Flexshow docking station
————————————————–
If you are using the NoteFLEX with the Flexshow docking station, you
must reserve IRQ 10 so that the built-in CD-ROM drive will work. To
do this, follow the above procedure and only reserve IRQ 10.


In your Config.sys file, make sure the line loading Mztinit.sys
appears before the line loading PCenable.exe or your computer will
stop responding during startup.


Also, to avoid numerous “Bad Command or File Name” errors during
startup and to ensure the computer is configured properly, copy
Rplstr.com from your Dos directory to your Windows directory.


Zenith NoteFLEX 486DX and PCMCIA hard drives
——————————————–
If you are using a PCMCIA hard drive with this computer, you must
enable 32-bit PCMCIA support in order to access the drive.


To enable 32-bit PCMCIA support:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the PC Card (PCMCIA) icon.

2. Follow the instructions on your screen.


If you see properties for your PCMCIA socket instead of the wizard,
Windows 32-bit support for PC cards is already turned on. If you do not
see the PC Card (PCMCIA) icon in Control Panel, double-click the
Add New Hardware icon in Control Panel to install your PCMCIA socket.


Megahertz Em1144T and 16-bit Modem
———————————-
If you experience problems setting up the modem side of this card
in a real-mode PCMCIA environment, try explicitly setting the COMIRQ
and COMBASE parameters in the Megahertz section of your Protocol.ini
file. There is a known problem where this card enabler ignores the
default values set for these parameters.


Digital Venturis (any model)
—————————-
If PNPISA and/or PCI cards are not automatically recognized, or if
Windows generates Blue Screen errors when reconfiguring your COM ports,
contact Digital for a new BIOS.


Printing from Device Manager
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If you choose to print “all devices and system summary” from Device
Manager, the device detection code MAY cause problems for MS-DOS-
based programs. The symptom of this problem is that after you print,
your computer reports that it is out of memory when you try to run
an MS-DOS-based program. When this problem occurs, you may need to
restart Windows to correct the problem.
Mozart Sound Card/Canon Innova 550 CD Driver Problem
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You may experience problems when you start up Windows 95. To receive
a new driver that works with Windows 95, contact the Canon Help Desk.


Users of TrueFFS Flash File System for PCMCIA Cards
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The MS-DOS or Windows 3.1 versions of the TrueFFS driver will not work
with the Windows 95 PCMCIA driver. To work with FTL formatted Linear
Flash PCMCIA cards when the Windows 95 PCMCIA driver is enabled, you
must install a new Windows 95 device driver provided by M-Systems. To
do this, carry out the following procedure:
1. In Control Panel, double-click the Add New Hardware icon.
2. Click Next, and then click the option not to have Windows search
for your new hardware.

3. Click Hard Disk Controllers, and then click Next.
4. From the list, click M-Systems.
5. Click the specific Flash Card, and then click Next. Then follow
the instructions on your screen.


NOTE: If M-Systems is not shown in the list, click Have Disk, and then
insert the M-Systems Windows 95 installation disk and follow the
instructions on your screen.


Micronics Motherboards with a Flash BIOS
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Before installing Windows, users of Micronics motherboards with a Flash
BIOS need to be sure the BIOS read/write jumper is set to the read-only
position. If you try to install Windows 95 with this jumper in the
readwrite position, it may cause BIOS corruption. For more information,
contact your computer manufacturer.


Toshiba Computers: T610 T400 series, T2100 series, T2400 series,
T4700 series, T4800 series, and the T4900CT and T3600
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If you use any of these Toshiba computers, Toshiba strongly recommends
upgrading your computer’s BIOS to version 5.0. The upgraded BIOS
provides additional functionality for the Windows 95 operating system.
For more information, in the United States contact Toshiba at
(800) 999-4273. Outside the U.S., contact your local Toshiba dealer.


Toshiba T2150 models
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If your system stops responding during suspend or resume operations,
comment out the line that loads the Toscdrom.sys driver from your
Config.sys file. For example:
rem device=c:cddrvtoscdrom.sys
Sanyo 3-D ATAPI (IDE) CD-ROM drive
———————————-
The Sanyo 3-D ATAPI (IDE) CD-ROM drive uses a proprietary scheme to
support the three-disk changer. Although all three drives will appear
when you are running in protected mode, only one of them will be
accessible.


To regain access to all three drives, remove the REM command from the
beginning of the MSCDEX line in your Autoexec.bat file. You also need
to disable the Windows 95 protected-mode disk driver. To do this, carry
out the following procedure:
1. Click the Start button, and then point to Settings.

2. Click Control Panel, and then double-click the System icon.

3. Click the Device Manager tab.

4. Click View Devices By Connection.

5. Click plus signs next to devices until you find the Sanyo drive.

6. After you find the Sanyo drive, look at the levels above it
until you find the parent controller.

7. Click the controller, and then click Properties.

8. In the Device Usage area, clear the check box next to the current
configuration.


This will enable access to all three drives from Windows 95 protected-
mode; however, your disk, CD, and any other devices under the controller
will be accessed only through real-mode drivers.


For information about updating your driver to a Windows 95 driver,
contact your hardware vendor.


Micron PowerServer M5-PE (66 MHz Pentium PCI/EISA bus)
——————————————————-
The BusLogic BT-946C PCI SCSI adapter may not be compatible with
Windows 95. If you encounter difficulties with your SCSI peripherals,
contact Micron to determine whether you need an updated adapter.


SCANNERS
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Windows 95 will detect most scanner hardware, but does not supply
protected-mode drivers for any scanner model.


All SCSI scanners use a feature called ASPI to talk to the controller
in question. Windows 95 supports ASPI in protected mode. Hence, a
scanner, although listed as an “u

Love

Love In Literature There are many different interpretations and feelings about love being a beautiful thing and love being an ordinary thing depending on ones past. Two contrasting thoughts about love are expressed by Robert Burns in his poem “A Red, Red Rose”, and by Edna St. Vincent Millay in her poem “Love Is Not All: It Is Not Meat nor Drink.” Burns feels that his love is beautiful and he would do anything for it. Millay portrays her feelings of love as if it were just something that most people feel and it is no big deal. “A Red, Red Rose” discusses how Burns love is so good.

He starts off by saying “O, my luve is like a red, red rose,” which means his love is beautiful, sweet, and elegant, but it still has thorns. Burns also speaks of love as a never-ending feeling when he says “And I will luve thee still, my dear, /Till a the seas gang dry.” Of course he knows the sea will never go dry, and he uses that as a metaphor for everlasting. Burns expresses the fact that he will do anything for his love in such words as “And I will come again, my luve, Though it were ten thousand mile!” He is willing to travel far in order to see his love. To Burns nothing is as important to him as his love. “Love Is Not All: It Is Not Meat nor Drink” is a poem in which the author feels love is ordinary. Millay shows how she feels love is overrated. “Love is not all: it is meat nor drink” states that love can not feed you if you are hungry. Most of what she says is love can not save you from death, love can not heal broken bones, nor can love be traded for other things a person is in need of.

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She says, “Yet many man is making friends with death/Even as I speak, for lack of love alone.” meaning people kill themselves because they are missing love in their lives. To Millay love is just something a person does. Burns thought about love is compared to a red rose, which is viewed as beautiful in our culture. He expresses that love is a wonderful thing. Millay contrasts Burns opinion by stating that she feels love can not do what people think it can do.

It is not the food we eat nor the air we breathe. Two different ways of thinking and seeing things are portrayed in these poems. Depending on a persons past experiences in life they have different views on episodes in life. Love can be a good thing, but it can also be a bad thing.

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