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PL2006CD-KnownErrors

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Known Errors on the CD

 

Validation of the CD

 

If you are using Windows 98 DVDsig will report three errors (these are invalid paths in Win98):

 

The system cannot find the path specified.

files\I\Info-RapidSearch&Replace\sr.exe

The system cannot find the path specified.

files\S\SpybotSearch&Destroy\spybotsd14.exe

The system cannot find the path specified.

files\S\SpybotSearch&Destroy\spybotsd_includes.exe

Total:314 OK:311 Bad:0 Missing:3

 

Cumulative Pricelessware List

 

The tables that should be on the Cumulative Pricelessware List web page were inadvertently omitted.

 

Note: go to the on-line web page and save it to your hard drive if you wish to replace that page with a page that has the tables. http://www.pricelesswarehome.org/2006/CumulativePL.php The saved page is plain HTML (the table cannot be sorted). Links to the page that are shown on other web pages will be valid if you use the .php file extension (file name = CumulativePL.php).

 

Windows XP Service Pack 2 - Internet Explorer Problem

 

The web pages with a .php file extension may not open. The easiest way around this problem is to use another browser (ANY other browser).

 

A partial fix can be obtained by going to the Internet Explorer Tools menu - "Internet Options" - "Advanced". Scroll wayyyyyyy down to "Security" put a check mark in the box that says "Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer". (Note: there is no active content, these are plain HTML pages.) The .php web pages should now open.

 

Unforunately any local links that take you to a specific point on a web page (the links that have a # sign in the link) will still be broken. Those links can be opened in a NEW window. If you try to use them to move quickly down a web page you will see an error message or a blank page. A set of revised/renamed web pages is available to remedy that problem. http://www.pricelesswarehome.org/ftp/2006-CD-IE_pages.zip (182 KB)

 

Unzip the file. Copy the PL2006 CD to your hard drive. Replace index.html in the "root" directory; add the other pages to their matching 2006 or acf directories (the .php pages with the same name may be deleted).

 

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