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Topic: Blaenau Ffestiniog regeneration
royfellows

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 30/10/2009 20:11:15   Subject: Blaenau Ffestiniog regeneration
I don’t want to be a nuisance but I have to come in on this.
Years ago I was a director of the Walsall Phoenix Business Park; I have to admit that I take pride in the fact that the name “Phoenix”
Topic: My Oldham Conversions
royfellows

Forum: Lamps & Lighting   Posted: 30/10/2009 19:23:35   Subject: My Oldham Conversions
As I have gone quiet for a few weeks on this, I thought that I had better post a SitRep

The 3 X SSC P7 lamp was a sweet lamp, and gave a lot of light for watts.

I am currently wo
Topic: LTD vs LLP
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 30/10/2009 11:28:40   Subject: LTD vs LLP
[quote="miner1985"]Roy what would you advise if 3 men wished to open a mine (coal). They would be the only ones working there and each would have invested an equal amount in the company? Remembering t
Topic: LTD vs LLP
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 29/10/2009 21:07:01   Subject: LTD vs LLP
[quote="ttxela"]For a Heritage type project might a company limited by guarantee be a good option? Probably not for an actual working mine though.[/quote]

Good point, but needs explaining.<
Topic: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
royfellows

Forum: Mid Wales   Posted: 23/10/2009 19:27:48   Subject: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
This is further to my previous postings.
At the last meeting of the Ceredigion Miners Forum I urged everyone who supported my initiative to write to the Crown Estate mineral agents urging action
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 21:08:33   Subject: URGENT WARNING
Hi John
Yes, correct on your first. You must live in an interesting place or region.

On your second. I will have to come back on this when I get back from Nenthead, which will be next
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 20:31:48   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="Spark"][quote="royfellows"]Don’t dig 2 monitors, its odd.
This is what I would expect to see if there where 2 network connections which would require 2 network interface cards normally.
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 20:11:42   Subject: URGENT WARNING
Sorry mate, misunderstood.
Yes, you click on the icon and it will give you the info as I posted before.

You will get packets, sent and received.

This is good information. <
Topic: Break-in at Dorothea Engine House
royfellows

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 15/10/2009 19:56:53   Subject: Break-in at Dorothea Engine House
Mmm
I have been a little bit of a teaser here but this chap, assuming a man not a lady, has been a damn good sport.
Someone hinted about banning, but I said no.
Frankly, I hope that he/
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 19:33:40   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="JohnnearCfon"]Do you mean the "two little monitors" icon? All that tells me is Speed 100.0 Mbps and "Status: Connected".

Your point about starting in safe mode and deleteing all new
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 18:34:22   Subject: URGENT WARNING
Here is one of Roy’s Wrinkles for you all.

Set your Internet connection to display an icon in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.

If you put your mouse over it will give
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 18:17:16   Subject: URGENT WARNING
I don’t want to worry you all but Norton is the worst AV you can get. It sells on advertising and big mark ups to the retailers like PC world.

The best one is called NOD 32, Eset is probabl
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 17:58:29   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="ICLOK"]It just re-surfaced but got the boot from Norton... [/quote]

Try switching your router off then back on again.
You ISPs server will allocate you a new IP address.
W
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 15:50:53   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="JohnnearCfon"]I think this one might have downloaded the program even though I did nothing other than visit penmorfa. Certainly, within the program files directory there was a viruspro2010.exe
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 15:26:09   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="JohnnearCfon"]What suprises me about this is there are loads of mentions of AV 2010 being a fake program and how it is "carried" by viruses (should that be virusii?) yet nothing seems to have
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 14:43:44   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="JohnnearCfon"]I forgot to say, I already use a Netgear DG834 router.

I am currently scanning the system with the program AndyC recommended, thanks Andy.

I did try system
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 12:53:28   Subject: URGENT WARNING
John, you havent done anything silly, I can confirm that the machine I used was infected by just visiting the site.
I dont know how long this threat has been out, its possible that some anti viru
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 11:11:39   Subject: URGENT WARNING
and more
I have just put an old machine on line and visited the site by manually typing in the URL.
YES you are absolutely correct, my machine was infected by just visiting the site. This f
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 10:43:02   Subject: URGENT WARNING
[quote="ICLOK"]I googled penmorfa, I opened it up and on the access scree when it opened a PDF jumped up called Packer.258 (may have been 253). My Norton package picked it up but by all accounts what
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 10:12:29   Subject: URGENT WARNING
John
Just out of interest, when you visited the site, did you type in the URL, let google take you there, or select it from your favourites?

I have just had a phone call from a client
Topic: URGENT WARNING
royfellows

Forum: Exploration Chat   Posted: 15/10/2009 08:51:01   Subject: URGENT WARNING
If you can identify the virus file you can access the HD on your machine from a bootable CD such as "NTFS File Reader for DOS" which is free ware and then delete it.
You then need to clean up the
Topic: Good causes wanted for calendar profits!
royfellows

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 14/10/2009 21:20:25   Subject: Good causes wanted for calendar profits!
[quote="Moorebooks"]
How about towards legal costs of setting up the cwmystwyth agreement should Roy pull it off

Mike[/quote]

I have only just seen this.
Mike, very kin
Topic: For sale Headlamp
royfellows

Forum: For Sale! (and wanted / for swap)   Posted: 13/10/2009 10:01:08   Subject: For sale Headlamp
[quote="zhenzhen"][quote="kate tyler"]I think you baffled him there Vanoord!!! ;D [/quote]

Well , this question ask me .....900 lumens .what do you think /[/quote]

.........."a s
Topic: For sale Headlamp
royfellows

Forum: For Sale! (and wanted / for swap)   Posted: 12/10/2009 18:17:39   Subject: For sale Headlamp
I am following this, I would not ban this guy, he or she is a good sport and we are having a laugh.

Might even come up with something interesting!
Topic: Iinteresting object at Dorothea
royfellows

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 09/10/2009 18:54:22   Subject: Iinteresting object at Dorothea
The 2 fittings are definitely for a bogey axle, I have a small slab truck here at home with these fitted.
The whole thing is suggestive of some kind of arrangement to do with a run of flat rods,
Topic: New book
royfellows

Forum: North East England   Posted: 09/10/2009 18:19:43   Subject: New book
Hi Robert
Nice to hear from you.
I hope that you and John are both well. I will be up at Nenthead next Friday for a few days, but seeing you or John probably too much to hope for.

Topic: My Oldham Conversions
royfellows

Forum: Lamps & Lighting   Posted: 09/10/2009 14:45:13   Subject: My Oldham Conversions
Hi Gang
A few results.

There’s no way I that I can get 2 X P7 emitters plus a Cree into an Oldham GT headset without the front extension. The Oldham headset tapers towards the back, pl
Topic: A polite request regarding using abbreviated initials
royfellows

Forum: Site Updates, Suggestions & Corrections   Posted: 08/10/2009 19:51:50   Subject: A polite request regarding using abbreviated initials
Hi Toney
Yes, type your posting out in Word so you have the advantage? of spell-check etc, and then paste into you posting.
That’s what I always do.

Sorry, Tony
It’s the hand
Topic: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
royfellows

Forum: Mid Wales   Posted: 08/10/2009 18:43:33   Subject: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
Well yes Peter, but it is not quite that simple.

I will have to invite others to join the board of the trust company, otherwise if I were to drop dead or something the company would no one
Topic: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
royfellows

Forum: Mid Wales   Posted: 08/10/2009 16:19:44   Subject: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
[quote="derrickman"]Me? I don't have a problem. I don't have any connection with the project, or the site, and I've certainly got better things to do than argue with people on web boards.

I
Topic: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
royfellows

Forum: Mid Wales   Posted: 08/10/2009 15:52:47   Subject: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
Hi Mr Vanoord

There is a history to this.
Representatives of Welsh Mines Preservation Trust and Early Mines Research Group amongst others attended a meeting at the Stoke HQ of Wardell
Topic: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
royfellows

Forum: Mid Wales   Posted: 08/10/2009 15:27:05   Subject: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
If you are looking for an argument Mr Derrickman, sorry you are not going to get one from me, I shall simply unsubscribe from this thread.

I have had informal consultations with the Environ
Topic: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
royfellows

Forum: Mid Wales   Posted: 08/10/2009 15:16:26   Subject: Cwmystwyth: Underground access
Just a thought....
It has been commented on that my nature is often to do things and then tell people about them afterwards.

I wonder why..........................
Topic: A polite request regarding using abbreviated initials
royfellows

Forum: Site Updates, Suggestions & Corrections   Posted: 08/10/2009 13:55:39   Subject: A polite request regarding using abbreviated initials
Hi Sougher

YES you the nail right on the head as regards one of blights of modern society.

They are called “acronyms”

I.T. (here we go!) in which I work is possibly th
Topic: For sale Headlamp
royfellows

Forum: For Sale! (and wanted / for swap)   Posted: 07/10/2009 19:21:05   Subject: For sale Headlamp
I bring plenty good food

Chicken Kung Foo, bean splouts and flied lice for everyone
Topic: N.Wales
royfellows

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 07/10/2009 19:03:06   Subject: N.Wales
Back again, yes I am fixed up for a bed at Portmadog, so Saturday is on.

I don’t know what day you coming up, but you can always break your journey and stay over at Greengables.
Anyway
Topic: My Oldham Conversions
royfellows

Forum: Lamps & Lighting   Posted: 07/10/2009 17:46:06   Subject: My Oldham Conversions
Probably have to use what I am given, wont hurt to ask if can use my own though.
Doubt anything P7 ready for a while, lots of work to do.
Topic: N.Wales
royfellows

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 07/10/2009 16:53:02   Subject: N.Wales
My thoughts entirely, be nice to see an old friend.

RF
Topic: My Oldham Conversions
royfellows

Forum: Lamps & Lighting   Posted: 07/10/2009 16:01:58   Subject: My Oldham Conversions
I have today received a small number of Ledil Boom S collimator lenses for SSC P7 emitters. I have to say that upon trying these I feel some disappointment.
I rather hoped for the tight concentra
Topic: N.Wales
royfellows

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 07/10/2009 15:32:01   Subject: N.Wales
I believe that all of the places for Braich Goch have been taken. I was going to stay over at Talybont Saturday, but I may change my plans.
If I do, I could probably come up with something for Sa
Topic: Where to in North Wales?
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 06/10/2009 20:33:28   Subject: Where to in North Wales?
There have recently been some new wide gravelled paths laid on the popular 'Precipice Walk' at Dolgellau.
Its not mining but spectacular views. There is courtesy parking at the end of the minor r
Topic: For sale Headlamp
royfellows

Forum: For Sale! (and wanted / for swap)   Posted: 06/10/2009 14:36:20   Subject: For sale Headlamp
[quote="Wormster"] :ban: TROLL

[tweak]Woah, you'll wear the smilie out![/tweak][/quote]

Wat meen TLOLL
You no like Chinese people?
Me velly closs.
Topic: Rock Hill Mine St Austell area.
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 05/10/2009 18:34:40   Subject: Rock Hill Mine St Austell area.
Mining Journal index database first reference 1836 Rocks Tin Mine, cross referenced to Good Luck Tin Bounds, Rocks Tin Mining Company, Rocks Consolidated Tin Mines, Rocks and Treverbyn United, Rocks a
Topic: What's your favourite book?
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 02/10/2009 19:44:42   Subject: What's your favourite book?
Yes, but I am single and can still pull them!
Topic: What's your favourite book?
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 02/10/2009 19:01:02   Subject: What's your favourite book?
Hey, We’re all giving our ages away here!
Topic: My Oldham Conversions
royfellows

Forum: Lamps & Lighting   Posted: 02/10/2009 16:39:23   Subject: My Oldham Conversions
Further to my last posting I can confirm that I perceive a D BIN P7 based lamp as being just too good to dump.
Further to this I have ordered a batch of Ledil Boom S 9 degree Collimator lenses.
Topic: What's your favourite book?
royfellows

Forum: South West England   Posted: 02/10/2009 15:13:52   Subject: What's your favourite book?
[quote="JohnnearCfon"]Although only partly on topic, my favourite book is, without any doubt, Railway Adventure by Tom Rolt. I have read that book so many times over the last 40 years! It is so well w
Topic: 2 Watt ripoff
royfellows

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 02/10/2009 14:52:15   Subject: 2 Watt ripoff
[quote="RJV"]I'm not sure when they changed them. I bought one when all the fuss initially kicked off about them and it was suberb until Capelcleugh killed it last winter, I then splashed out and boug
Topic: What makes a good photograph?
royfellows

Forum: Underground Photography & Video   Posted: 02/10/2009 08:53:41   Subject: What makes a good photograph?
[quote="Barney"][quote="Brakeman"]
The subject of colour is a good one. I was editing a batch of photos on my laptop last night, these were taken on my Lumix & were shot in RAW.

Afte
Topic: 2 Watt ripoff
royfellows

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 02/10/2009 08:50:46   Subject: 2 Watt ripoff
Thanks for this Roy, the last lot were snapped up.

I bought 2 of them and still going strong. If one packs up, I will have something special in mind for it though......

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