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95% of software still written for 32 bits because the only software that needs 64 bits are programs capable of using more than 4gb of RAM. Firefox is only available in 32 bit version, except for a special testing version. So unless the program needs more that 4gb of RAM the authors are unlikely to update there programs. The only way you can change it is ...


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Make a shortcut, go to properties, then add the forcebindip command in the target box like: C:\Windows\System32\ForceBindIP.exe -i 10.0.0.10 "C:\Users\Media Pc\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" This is the only way I have found it to work.


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You can do this via Scheduled Tasks. Create a new Scheduled Task to start your program. You must create the task as the user who will run the program, or the user may not be able to see the task. Once created, change the credentials used for the task to be a user with administrator privileges. You must also set the task to Run whether user is logged on or ...


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Solution WITHOUT creating shortcuts: You can download the Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit (just download it from www.microsoft.com). Once the toolkit is installed, the rest of the instructions are more complex, but they are very well detailed and explained in the link http://meridian.ws/wordpress/?p=306 This solution is good for skipping the ...


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Have you tried SD Formatter? While its designed for SD card it also works on USB flash drive. Another possibility is that, something wrong with the controller and in this case you'll need a "USB Production" tool to fully restore the capacity(and block possible bad sectors), however you need to find the exact tool for your flash drive and might not worth the ...


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Have a look at this article as this is the closest I could find that makes halfway sense. Should be a little bit tricky in your case as you had multiple encrypted partitions. Also read this thread for background information purposes before starting with anything.


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After trying 10+ different driver versions, this landed up working for me: Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 3600 Series Drivers Download Windows XP 64bit, Windows Vista 64bit, Windows 7 64bit, Windows 8 64bit Obtained from the bottom of this page.


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According to MSDN , status is not implemented. Status Data type: string Access type: Read-only Qualifiers: MaxLen (10) This property is not implemented and does not get populated for any instance of this class. It is always NULL.


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If you are looking for a light weight thumbnail viewer then I agree with the user TIm above recommendation of Pictus - it works out of the box even on my Windows 8.1 Professional notebook and took seconds to install. I am amazed that Adobe have not included anything in their products to allow previewing of PSD files (and other formats) this is a basic ...


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With your more comnplete description of the "issue", it's easy to answer: that's normal operation of IE: one instance for the frame window, and additional instances for each tab. See How to determine which IE tabs goes to which Iexplore.exe process... for a more complete description, but basically, when you look at the Command Line used to start each ...


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Assuming you have a 64-bit CPU, then one would need to enable VT-x/AMD-v in the BIOS of the host computer. After enabling the virtualization features in the BIOS, VirtualBox can be obtained from www.virtualbox.org. VirtualBox 4.3.28 for Windows hosts x86/amd64 Also install the Extension Pack after installing VirtualBox. I don't know if the feature for ...


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8-bit CPUs usually had a 16-bit address bus. (Motorola had a unified address bus, RAM and peripheral I/O shared the same address space, Intel chose to divide the two. In the case of Intel, the IO address limits of the 8088 and 8086 carried the limits over from the 8080 & 8085 CPUs.) Intel's 8088 and 8086 had a 20-bit memory address bus(1MB), while ...


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Well, you can follow Microsofts instructions to check if your processor is 64-bit ready: To run a 64-bit version of Windows, your computer must have a 64-bit-capable processor. To find out if your processor is 64-bit-capable in Windows 7 or Windows Vista, do the following: Open Performance Information and Tools by clicking the Start button Picture ...


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Windows 8.1 (64 bit) C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_45\bin Include this path and you are all set to go.


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for /f "tokens=1 delims=-" %a in ('wmic os get osarchitecture ^| find "bit"') do @echo %a



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