From: Justin Mason (jm at domain netnoteinc.com)
Date: Tue 05 Oct 1999 - 13:00:30 IST
"Jakma, Paul" said:
> > Or, in the case of NT, being paged at 3am because something fucked
> > up *again* and you have to drive all the way there to press 'OK' on
> > the console.
> Sure enough there was fscking message on the screen to say that
> communication with the LJ2500 had timed-out, Click OK.
> And once i clicked on OK, the last LJ5 queue started to print.
BTW there's a registry hack, or app or similar, to hit OK on those stupid
dialogs. Search on some of the quake-servers lists to find out what it
is.... oh wait, got it. BTW don't know why I have this, I don't plan to
run a server on NT ever ever ;)
>From: "Scott Tyson" <tysons at domain deepwell.com>
>Subject: [q2servers] Re: Disabling error dialogs....WinNT4 regisry tweak
>Here's Cral's tweak again for those who missed it.
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>On 4/6/99 at 5:58 PM Carl E. Mankinen wrote:
>>For anyone that was still looking for an easy way to get rid of
>>annoying error dialogs, the following registry key will take care of
>>some of them at least... (use value 2)
>>1. Run Registry Editor (REGEDT32.EXE).
>>2. From the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE subtree, go to the following key:
>>3. Select the ErrorMode value.
>>4. From the Edit menu, choose DWORD.
>>5. Type 0 (zero), 1, or 2, to configure your system to handle system hard
>> dialog boxes.
>>The following table defines the three possible values for ErrorMode:
>> Value Result
>> 0 Errors are serialized and wait for a response.
>> 1 If the error does not come from the system, then the system
>> continues in normal operating mode. If the error comes from the
>> system, then it is written to the system log; no user
>> intervention is required and dialog boxes are not displayed.
>> 2 The error is written to the system log; the dialog box is not
>>System hard errors are always written to the system log. To run an
>>unattended server, use mode 2. The default value is 0.
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