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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l

    so thats how you have a post count near 10,000... spam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konnichiwa
    so thats how you have a post count near 10,000... spam.
    :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by konnichiwa
    so thats how you have a post count near 10,000... spam.
    Not totally

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    well thats just all dandy but it still runs explorer and stuff... havign the frontend load up as shell seems better doesn't it? I'm sure it may run faster although thats only an assumption.
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    Well the reason I wanted it to load explorer is because I dont have GPRS, I just have wireless and I wanna be able to look at the connections and whatnot

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    If your front end can launch an external executable you do:

    rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL ncpa.cpl

    I'm not sure if this will require explorer to be runing though.

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