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I'm going to answer somewhat generically. I don't know if this applies to Windows. (If you want an answer about Windows specifically, ask on Super User.) Think of the memory of a computer as a desk with lots of papers spread on it. When you need to read or write to a piece of paper, grab it from the desk. Sometimes the paper won't be on the desk, but in a ...


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This is most likely a driver issue. Check your driver for the "O2 Micro memory card reader". It should be Version 3.0.7.47,A05. Version A04 shows the behavior you described. See also GnawGnu's Blog. Get the current driver from Dell support. Enter the service tag, check "Drivers" and look in section "Chipset". When a problem like this arises, one could ...


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Workaround Your system might not be fully compatible with Windows 8/8.1. If you don't need hibernation, you can turn it off entirely: Open a command prompt as administrator. Type or paste the following command, and press Enter to run it: powercfg -h off Changes are applied immediately. Remarks You will regain some disk space which was previously ...


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the easiest way is Microsoft tool to enable hibernate.and Microsoft tool to disable hibernate.you do not have to write any commands.just follow this link please. Enable and Disable hibernate tools


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Yes, this is not a problem. If you stop Dropbox for any reason while synchronizing a file, it will continue once it's started again. If you overwrite any file, it will result in two files, one of them having "User's conflicted copy" added to the file name. You may find it useful to run a command like this on the Windows computer you are leaving: shutdown ...



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