sorry op. I went back and reread. I will take care of this in the morning sir. We will get it.
Trust me, I know this all seems to want to spin your head around, when it's all new to you. We've all been there and done that too.
Hang in there, and don't get too frustrated. Basically try to stay calm, and look at this as a puzzle to solve. We have to work as a team, because only you can see your monitor, but don't necessarily understand what it's trying to tell you. Many of us do know what it's trying to tall you, but again, we can't see what you see. The trick to this whole thing is to have you do the looking, and command entering, then report to us in a manner that does allow us to see what you see.
Sometimes a single post can give all the information we need, to give you instructions for a quick fix. Other times it takes a series of posts, from us and from you, to get to the source of the problem at hand. Once we finally get there, we can then offer the best advise we know. Sometimes that is an easy fix, sometimes a harder but still correct fix, and sometimes we know the fix will be far more difficult and time consuming than simply reinstalling the system. If it comes to that, the good news is PCLinuxOS is very easy to reinstall. Always the choice is yours as to whether you wish to continue and learn something in the process, or decide the time involved is of greater value than the knowledge to be gained
Sometimes we ( I ) type a lot of information in a single reply in a manner that may be interpreted as being a bit harsh or abrupt, but it's not intended as such. It's just a matter of trying to get the information down and posted as quickly as possible, to prevent the person we're addressing from doing further damage to his/her system, if it looks like they may be heading that way.
Another thing, if you don't fully understand what's being asked of you, rather than guess and possibly make a mess of things, just ask for clarification. We do this all the time, and sometimes assume we're being very clear in our replies, and questions, and the person receiving the information, looks at it and thinks we must be from the far side of Mars, and speaking a totally alien language, different from any known on Earth. If you don't understand the language used, part of our job is helping you learn the language, as well as fix your system.
If you can have a bit of patience with us, and we you, we will figure out how to communicate effectively and get the job done.