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I was writing a blog to a newspaper website and I would be half way through the blog, then the site would drop out

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I would recommend composing your blog entry in Word or another offline text editor and then pasting it into the Blog when you have completed the entry.

That way you can spell check offline and you can save a copy offline as well. This should save you loosing your entries due to the site timing out.

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This often happens when the server has set a connection timeout that is shorter than the amount of time it takes to compose your response.
I second Rupert Russel's answer as it will provide you with spell checking, formatting and the time needed for a thoughful reply.
Just press F5 to refresh the page then copy and paste.

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I second the remark about updating your Operating System.
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This is an iso file that has to be burned to a dvd. Then you can start the computer with it. First adjust the bios to start from dvd as first device.

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First off, update your O.S. Win 98 hasn't been supported for years. Secondly, you might have connection problems to their server. Has there been any problems with your ISP?

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