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Try formatting without journaling and it should work: mke2fs -t ext4 -O ^has_journal /dev/sdf1 Being an SD card, you probably don't want journaling enabled.


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As you say that you can't edit the output file because it is used by another system there is a different solution: In Excel click "File" in the menu bar Click "Options" in the list of possibilities Click the "Advanced" tab In the section for "Editing" you can set the option for "Use system separators" Set your preferred setting for the decimal and/or ...


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The entry is in hexadecimal form and shows the files recovered are either corrupt or in inaccessible form. Consider asking for refund (If you had paid the price) and try another software. One question, are you trying to scan and recover data using the demo version?


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If you only want this to affect the way the data is displayed, then instead of using a formula you can use conditional formatting. I can't think of a general solution that would bracket every other column, but you could bracket the second and then use the Format Painter to copy the first two columns' formatting across your data set: Let's say you have data ...


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You've receive a comment on how to put the upper-case equivalent of the typed input into another cell with a formula. To replace the value in the cell itself you would require some form of VBA event macro. AFAIK, there has never been an automated upper case conversion but I can recall a couple of database products that did and form based input could do the ...


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Create a duplicate row under the first one and add the formula =CONCATENATE("(",B1,")") It will add the parenthesis on the value of B1 or second method to go pro, with the condition of one column with parenthesis one not go with: =IF((MOD(COLUMN(),2)),CONCATENATE("(",B1,")"),B1)


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Because while computers may present a binary interface and be built with "digital" components, "binary" or "digital" is merely an interpretation of the underlying analog world. There's no such thing as 0 and 1 when you look at the actual values (such as voltages on a wire); instead, it might vary anywhere between 0 and 5, with a digital "0" meaning "less ...


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If you go format shape - colour - more colours - theres a magnifying glass that acts as an eye dropper.


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You will need a formula to convert to text, remove the decimal (don't forget to cope with other number formatting if the sheet will be used in countries that swap . and ,) and left pad with the usual: =RIGHT("00000000"&REPLACE( A1, FIND(".", A1), 1, ""), 9) Note that I've not actually tested the above. Also note A1 should be whatever cell you want to ...


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Change the file extension from ".csv" to ".txt" on the file you are having problems with. Open excel by itself. Don't click on the file to open it. Click "Open", change the file types to look for from "All Excel Files" to "All Files" Find your file and click open. Since Excel doesn't auto format txt, it will then take you thru the wizard. Makes sure the ...


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That partition is the first partition of the first hard disk and contains the bootloader. Even though you installed Windows in another partition, it was used by Windows to store boot data (just like the System Reserved partition). Of course, you can boot a live Linux USB or CD with GParted and format the drive, but this will make your Windows non bootable. ...


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I had a problem where i had zero's with a leading apostrophe (sourced from another reporting system) shown like this '0 (I haven't used quote marks to avoid confusion). these problem '0s where mixed up with thousands of other normal numbers so fixing one by one would have been extremely tedious. I wanted this to show as the number zero i.e. 0 (again no quote ...


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First of all refer to this site to see the major differences between NTFS and FAT http://www.guidingtech.com/11205/difference-between-ntfs-and-fat-32-file-systems/ Second of all please be aware that MacOS doesn't support write on NTFS partition so you need to use FAT32 for Mac writing.


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Based on your comment, I would recommend FAT32! You can format external hard drives that are 2TB or less into one FAT32 partition. FAT32 should be recognized on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Also, to better answer your question, one advantage of NTFS is that it supports volumes larger than 2TB. However, NTFS volumes are read-only on Mac (you will not be able to ...


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Without any additional software, Windows is your limiting factor. Windows can only do FAT, NTFS, exFAT for PC use. Of them, the fastest and best performance is NTFS which is the what the most Windows based file systems have. FAT32/64 is good for small drives like flash but hard drives in general are all NTFS. For more on this, please refer to File Systems. ...


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…the drive beeps about 20 times, then I get “The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer.” This might mean the drive is dead, but those beeps can also happen if the drive is not getting enough power. Meaning the AC adapter is dead or somehow not supplying enough power for the enclosure to operate correctly. I looked at the official LaCie ...


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That "beeping" is the drive attempting to spin up. (i.e. "boot" since the firmware is stored on the disk) Your disk is dead; have it replaced. Did you notice it shows as "4.14 GB" -- 1/1000th the size it should be?


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If a filesystem has been mounted read-only, chmod will not help as it has a write operation as well. In that case, Try remounting it read-write: sudo mount -o remount,rw '/media/USB' If the device has a write lock, we need to turn it off. Hardware locks cannot be disabled by software. For NTFS based FS, ensure to use the ntfs-3g driver which should be ...


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I've gone down the "clear contents" road and can say that on a busy day, it's not hard to forget to undo something just for the sake of printing. My process since consists of having a "working" (source) tab, with a "do not touch" message to any colleagues working in my file, as well as a "print" (destination) tab that draws directly from the working tab ...


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Try https://chocolatey.org. It is designed as "a Machine Package Manager, somewhat like apt-get, but built with Windows in mind." And let's you both download and install packages in one command. For instance, to install Notepad++ one simply types choco install notepadplusplus And both the download and install are done by powershell for you. This makes ...


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As a workaround delete the offending caption, then copy and paste another, working, caption into its place. The pasted caption should retain the numbering scheme and correctly display as 6.2. If that doesn't work, try deleting the table and retyping it. Make sure you delete all hidden text and paragraph markers between the text and the table. Something ...



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