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PostSubject: Star Wars Episode I With Command Prompt   Wed Jul 15, 2009 6:10 am

Alright, A Person Who Helped Program Windows Vista Computers Has Made A Episode Of Star Wars With Command Prompt. Using Different Keyboard Characters Such As "/, \, [, ], {, }," And Others. Anyways, I'll Be Showing You How To Watch It On There.

1) Go To The "Start Menu" And Click On "Run..." And Type In (Without Quotes) "Telnet" Then Press "OK" Or Enter.

2) There Will Be A Black Box That Will Pop-Up, Type In The Letter "O" And Then Press "Enter." Next, Type In "Towel.Blinkenlights.NL" And Just Let The Program Run On Its' Own. Wait A Minute For It To Run. Thank You, And Enjoy The Cheapest Episode Of Star Wars Episode I.

If You Need ANY Help, Please Post In The "Themes & How To Install One" Forums. rabbit Hehe, I'm A Nerd.


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