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Good Grief Charlie Brown! Choking down updates.Views: 442
Mar 11, 2009 11:33 amGood Grief Charlie Brown! Choking down updates.#

Eileen Brown
Hiya Folks.

Actually, no choking here. While I slept, Windows Vista
made 185 updates automatically and restarted my computer.
OK, so I am not crazy about the auto restart but at least
it did not happen when I was working my tail to a nub on
a new project.

I need to find a way for a big bell to alert me at bedside
IF Windows wants to restart my computer. Other than taking
it to bed with me and snuggling up to it...

Any Suggestions?

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Mar 11, 2009 2:50 pmre: Good Grief Charlie Brown! Choking down updates.#

Mitchell Allen
From the Department of Half-baked Ideas:

Dear Eileen,

With your SMS connections (client? Friend?), why not explore the possibility of having your computer send you a text message when it reboots?

Then, set your Text Message ring tone to a loud bell and keep it on by your bedside, instead of the PC :)

Sincerely,

Anklebuster

:)

I tried Google, but, with only one cuppa joe in me, I can't seem to find the right keywords. I bet Vista has something built in. Remember the S.M.A.R.T. drive technology? How similar is that - alert-wise?

Cheers,

Mitch

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