Author Topic: Anybody experiencing this issue when posting?  (Read 1325 times)

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Offline tomterp

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Does that mean you'll be posting more?        :couch:

More frequently, average lesser content so the total quality will be the same high standard.

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Offline NJ Ave

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I just randomly clicked here. A very entertaining thread. Thanks gentlemen.

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Offline GburgNatsFan

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Chrome on my Chromebook. Smiley in-line. :)
Second line. Enter before the smiley.
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Third line. Two enters before the smiley.

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Offline tomterp

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So I am unable so far to update my home Chrome, must have some blocker in place.   :rant:

error code 4: 0x80070005


Offline mitlen

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So I am unable so far to update my home Chrome, must have some blocker in place.   :rant:

error code 4: 0x80070005



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Offline dracnal

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So I am unable so far to update my home Chrome, must have some blocker in place.   :rant:

error code 4: 0x80070005

You may have an issue with windows update. That's typically what draws that error. I know Chrome relies on I.E. proxy settings and trusted sites. It might be using BITS as well for updates. Click start, type services.msc and hit enter. Make sure Background Intelligent Transfer Service is running.

Offline tomterp

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You may have an issue with windows update. That's typically what draws that error. I know Chrome relies on I.E. proxy settings and trusted sites. It might be using BITS as well for updates. Click start, type services.msc and hit enter. Make sure Background Intelligent Transfer Service is running.

I get lost here.  I assume it's that button in the bottom left corner but all it gives me is a long list of the available applications. 

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I get lost here.  I assume it's that button in the bottom left corner but all it gives me is a long list of the available applications.


For a good amount of Chrome, try a 1964 Buick Skylark. But don't drive it in the south (...and don't go anywhere near the Sac-O-Suds.)

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Offline dracnal

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I get lost here.  I assume it's that button in the bottom left corner but all it gives me is a long list of the available applications.

That's correct - hit the button and just start typing. Should work unless you're running Windows 8. If you are, press Windows key+R. It should be between the left ctrl and alt keys.

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For a good amount of Chrome, try a 1964 Buick Skylark. But don't drive it in the south (...and don't go anywhere near the Sac-O-Suds.)
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Same goes for the Pontiac Tempest