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  1. Here I am again. I'll have to pull out the old HD to find my first SL pic. Right now, I'm just impatiently waiting for my baby to come home. Waves to all the familiar names.
  2. Same as me, and I don't understand how IE users are able to install a non existent certificate.
  3. Fredrik Linden says in response to Hairy Thor: The SSL Handshake Failed is a known issue that is fixed and will be released in Viewer 2.5 Beta 2. Some users could fix this by opening their profile in Internet Explorer one time to import the SSL certificate properly on Windows. Give it a try while waiting for Beta 2!
  4. I've tried a few ways to try and get it to work, since it's the number one point you make about 2.5, but still, I get "SSL Handshake Failed" whenever I try to open a profile. It won't even allow me to open it in my own browser.
  5. Open your antivirus software and see if it is blocking you from being redirected to Amazon as this is where LL is storing a lot of their files now, on the S3 servers.
  6. Here's a link to help you find Event Viewer on your system and how to use it. http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/snap_event_viewer.mspx?mfr=true
  7. Worked fine for me here in Canada. A great way to allow potential new users a glimpse of Second Life.
  8. Your prob Layne may be due to needing to clear your cache. In viewer 1.xx based clients, Ctrl P and in the Network tab, Clear Cache. In viewer 2.xx based clients, Ctrl P and in the Setup tab, Clear Cache. Relog, open your inventory and wait for it to fully fetch.
  9. It was viewer 2 that messed it up. Your items are still there, just hidden inside different folders. On the search line of your inventory, type the first three letters of the item you're looking for, and you'll see it located in some obscure folder.
  10. Right beside the My Profile tab, there is another tab labeled, My Picks. If you have classifieds, They will be in the button at the bottom of that same tab.
  11. open any and all virus prgs and check the logs to see if slplugin.exe is being blocked. If it is, just select tthe allow button, or move to the allow window, depending on how your virus prg works.
  12. I noticed when I moved to ver 2.2, my virus prg recognized the slplugin.exe as malware. Allow it to access.
  13. The Java site will let you know if it is installed in IE or not, and if it is, if it needs updating. Fire Fox has it installed by default, but IE may not.
  14. Go to http://java.com/ and make sure your java software is up to date.
  15. I found that any changes I made to my nVidia card, I had to relog sl in order for the changes to take effect. Was much easier in 2.1 when you could allow the prg to control it.
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