NaturallySpeaking arrives, plus W2K hardware compatibility issues

Naturally Speaking is here. Along with my SB Live! card. But alas, I’m not. I’m up to my neck in a brochure for my church. I’d grade my writing an A or A-, my editing an A, my design a B+, and my photography a C. Not perfect, but it gets the job done, and there’s no time for perfection. And I never claimed to be anything more than a competent designer and I never claimed anything at all about photography, besides owning a good camera.
There’s no time for much of anything, I’m afraid. I even blew off the last person in the world I want to blow off at this point in time this weekend. Such is life. Three pages down and three to go, so I have no idea how much I’ll have to say in the next few days. I’ll have a lot to say when it’s finally over, I’m sure.

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From: “Gary M. Berg” Subject: Maxtor drives and Win2K SP1

Dave,

The reference I remember seeing (and could locate quickly) was in Paul Thurrott’s Winfo Daily Update for 8/11: (deleted because it’s copyrighted material, but it basically says some IDE and SCSI Maxtor drives report incorrect sizes or even data loss). I’m not sure what to make of this, and I suppose it might be reasonable to check with Paul to see if he knows anything more yea or nay on this

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Thurrot’s a pretty reputable source. I’ll keep my eyes peeled. I’m running W2K on a Maxtor but it’s not SP1 yet.

Thanks.

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