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Since I have the free version of Windows 10 pro, can I still reinstall it a new? There are two options you can use. The first is use the .ISO and when prompted for a product key, skip it, once installed Windows will automatically activate. Windows for this purpose considers the same motherboard the same machine. The second option is to use a ...


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If you want to continue to use the Insider Preview free builds, you can start by installing using the tool that Microsoft released. Skip the product key when asked. Disk management during installation should be similar, but I have not done a clean install yet so cannot confirm.


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The problem is the incorrect date and time of the PC, just correct the time (I would sync it).


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The best Terminator parallel for Windows is: Cmder You can use split panes in Cmder It supports tabs It also allows for running a program (like Sublime Text) in a pane [Note: The larger msysgit version of Cmder comes places Git and all Unix commands in your PATH ]


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The reason the HP Stream 7 has a 64 bit processor and 32 bit UEFI is that 32 bit UEFI is the only supported platform for 'Connected Standby' (Receiving notifications online) The processor theoretically could sustain 64 bit Windows, but that would be run at the risk of destroying parts of the computer Sources: Independent Research on the Dell Venue 8 Pro ...


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If you are using the FTP client that Microsoft provides for Windows systems, it does not support passive FTP only active FTP - see Active FTP vs. Passive FTP, a Definitive Explanation. You can issue a PASV command using Microsoft's FTP client, but it won't work. With active FTP, your system will connect to an FTP server on port 21 and send commands to the ...


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Canon's UFR, UFR-LT & UFR-II are proprietary to Canon and are not likely to be dropped. UFR is seemingly faster due to the way processing is handled by the driver. It processes the print job at the PC rather than at the printer. So just how much faster depends on the PC. It IS NOT compatible to the PCL or PS common drivers or any application that ...


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"Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz" "PREFETCHWT1 Instruction Not Supported" From AIDA 64 Extreme. ^^ These three - CMPXCHG16b, PrefetchW and LAHF/SAHF are required for upgrade to a 64bit version of Windows 10 from a current 64bit installation of Windows 7.


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Backwards compatibility. When Microsoft released the first 64 bit OS, the only 64 bit programs came with the OS. Since MS Office hadn't been updated, the OS needed to support the 32 bit programs. Since the installation of MS Office expected system files in \$Windows$\system32, the directory needed to remain.


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Yes you can install a 32 bit OS as a virtual machine. Please note however, that most VM applications do not support graphical cards, and as such you have no GPU in your VM. If it's a really old application, you might want to try installing dosBox on your own system and running the application from there.


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There are 2370 videos on how to get XDebug working on youtube. I have been through 50 of them for Luna Eclipse. I finally gave up and switched to PhpStorm. Best Decision ever. The xdebug stuff is relatively easy on storm, and the rest of the app is wonderful. I have installed XDebug with eclipse a dozen times, got it working with keplar and the others ...


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Your processor supports these features. In fact, the same features are required to run 64-bit Windows 8.1. This requirement is met by all modern processors and is generally only an issue with certain Core 2 and earlier processors. What are these instructions? The CMPXCHG16B instruction performs an atomic compare-and-exchange on 16-byte values. It is ...


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I cannot comment yet but I will update the answer if it solves your problem. Try rolling back or updating the drivers. Sometimes the driver automatically installed by Windows 8.1 causes problems. Roll back: Open Device Manager in Control Panel. Find your device under Network adapters and double click. Go to the Driver tab. Select Roll Back Driver. ...


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If you are installing XP, stick with 32 bit as 64 bit was more or less an after thought and driver support is nearly non existent. If you are installing vista or higher, 64bit is preferable so long as your hardware can support it. There is an argument to be made that if you have less that 4gb of ram that you should install 32bit as it won't benefit you. ...


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64-bit editions of Windows: are more secure, since they take measures against programs "patching" parts of Windows and enforce driver signing, unable to use 32-bit drivers due to the above, do not have the 4GByte RAM limitation of 32-bit editions, do not have the NTVDM that previous versions had, which allow running of old DOS applications, and allowing ...


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The topic here is How to disable sleep mode via CMD? Assuming you have configured the lid of your laptop to do nothing when closed: > powercfg –x -standby-timeout-ac 0 (somehow the switch -x doesn't work for me so I've changed it to /x and it works. the rest of the switches stay -standby-timeout-ac) As shown on Microsoft's Technet page "Powercfg ...


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There are later versions of the Redistributables than those you have linked to available on the Microsoft Download Center. These will allow you to repair your current installation. Microsoft maintain a support page with links to the latest downloads.


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Use the below mentioned steps and check if this resolves your issue: Click Start and go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Display\Screen Resolution and click advanced settings. Go into color management and click color management. Under devices tick use my settings for this device and the highlight and delete the profile associated with this device


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There is no way to convert one kind of memory dump to another. And for anyone wondering, you should manually run the 32-bit Task Manager: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\TaskMgr.exe if you want to generate a dump of a 32-bit process


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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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