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Thanks to the link posted by harrymc, I spent almost a day investigating this problem and figured out it was Windows Server 2008 default domain policy. I suspect this problem only applies to Windows PC in a domain network environment. The default domain policy doesn't allow user to install additional certificate to Trusted Root Certification Authorities, ...
Someone answered a very similar question I posed elsewhere with the following helpful solution: You can get the "old" functionality back by creating a shortcut: right-click desktop, "new shortcut" paste the following in as the location: %SystemRoot%\system32\rundll32.exe "%SystemDrive%\Program Files\Windows Photo Viewer\photoAcq.dll",PhotoAndVideoAcquire ...
For Cameras, Phones, and Connected Devices Open Explorer to Computer Right-click on the device you connected (camera, iPhone, etc.)) Select on Import pictures and videos Import Adjust the settings as you want For SD cards Rightclick on the removable disk Select Open as Portable Device Rightclick on the portable device in the folder pane to see ...
On Windows7 the VPN settings are stored here: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Network\Connections\Pbk So I copied the .pbk file to my other computer and opened it on there, and I managed to successfully connect to the VPN.
(Assuming the Office 2003 interface) Don't use File > Open. Instead use Data > Import External Data > Import Data... This will invoke the Text Import Wizard, which lets you choose the delimiter. Or, if you're using the newer interface, go to the Data tab > From Text: This will pull up a File Open dialog, followed by the same Text Import dialog.
You can, but it takes a couple of manual steps. These steps are from Excel 2003, but I'd assume the wizard is similar in 2007: Rename the file as TXT. Don't double-click it. Open Excel Click File, Open Locate and double-click the text file It should open a "Text Import Wizard" In step one, choose "Delimited" In step two, uncheck "tab" and check "comma" In ...
It's not supported by Gmail natively. However, since Gmail provides IMAP service itself, you can set up a desktop mail client (e.g. Thunderbird or Outlook) for both old and new accounts, then simply drag and drop all messages to Gmail's inbox. There are also tools like imapsync which can copy everything automatically. (Although I am unsure about how they'd ...
This is definately a kluge and it's the only thing I've figured out to do. I came here looking for a more elegant solution. I do have a slight improvement for this. Paste the data into the spreadsheet as is. Select all and format as text Paste again over what you did the first time but this time as values. This keeps you from having to count columns and ...
Click the wrench icon next to the URL bar and go to Bookmarks » Import bookmarks and settings Select Firefox from the drop-down menu and ensure that the "Saved Passwords" box is checked. Finally, click import. This topic is covered here: Import settings from another browser - Google Chrome Help
I have recently run into the same problem, and needed to export close to 10GB of pst files to gmail. I also tried to use Outlook, but gave up as the process was unreliable. Here's a brief rundown of what I did, in the hope that other people will find it useful: 1) First, if you have a google apps account, just use the official "Google Apps Migration tool". ...
Delete/backup/rename the file: C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Photo Acquisition\PreviouslyAcquired.db And you should be able to reimport. I think.
Turns out that the --local option was needed. The command worked when I issued it as thus. mysqlimport -u root -p --fields-terminated-by='\t' --local b2g /home/standage/Desktop/gene2accession
This is a Windows setting that will be used by all programs that refer to it (Excel in this case). Click the Start button, and then click Control Panel. Open the Regional and Language Options dialog box. Do one of the following: In Windows Vista/7, click the Formats tab, and then click Customize this format. In Windows XP, click the Regional Options tab, ...
To keep the leading zero(s), you can set the format of that specific column to Text in the Text Import Wizard. Start the Text Import Wizard by going to the Data tab & clicking From Text. Select the CSV file you want to import. Pick Delimited & hit Next. Uncheck Tab (default). Choose Comma. Make sure Text Qualifier is set to ". Hit Next. This is ...
iTunes can only play the following: QuickTime and MPEG-4 movie files that end in ".mov", ".m4v", or ".mp4" and are playable in QuickTime Player. There are no plugins or extensions for iTunes. It relies on the QuickTime framework for decoding video, and out of the box OS X does not support the MKV container at all. AVI containers might play, but this ...
Just click on "Import HTML", the first screen of the "wizard" will let you choose between import from an HTML file, or straight from Internet Explorer:
Due to licensing issues, Picasa on Linux does not support videos at all. From the FAQ: Q: Hey! I have a bunch of movie files that Picasa skipped. Picasa for Linux does not support movie files. The program will not attempt to find or play movies. (Note: under Options > File Types, the Movies checkbox is visible but not functional.)
In the end, I just copied over the file where Stylish stores its styles. This is a SQLite file (stylish.sqlite) typically located in: Windows Vista/Windows 7: C:\Users\Your-Username\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\Some-Random-String.default Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\Your-Username\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\Some-Random-...
Just use the key=clear parameter when exporting the profiles. netsh wlan export profile key=clear Now the passphrase/key will be stored in the XML file(s) in the clear. When you import the profile (as above), you will not be prompted for a passphrase.
Open the image in a browser, preferably Firefox or Chrome, and copy the image. Turn view of the document to "web layout". Paste the image in -- it should appear in full resolution. You can now change back to your standard view and try to handle formatting from there. This is the ONLY way I've been able to get it to work half-way right (especially using ...
As Neal said, the folder User Data is the one to look for. If you want a software solution try the extension Lastpass (or at the Google site). It allows you to save and restore password in Google Chrome as well as in Firefox, IE and Safari.
You can also use this standalone tool called chromepass http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/chromepass.html ChromePass is a small password recovery tool that allows you to view the user names and passwords stored by Google Chrome Web browser. There is a option to export into your keepass password manager too.
You can convert the flac files to wav using the standard flac tools. iTunes will import wav files, and you can convert them to mp3 or AAC there.
Ignore the .ovf files. Open VirtualBox GUI. Create a new VM. Give it a name and pick an OS from the dropdown. Select a RAM amount. Choose to use an existing hard disk. Click the icon for the Virtual Media Manager, and add your VMDK file to the list. Select it as the hard disk for your new VM. Click Finish. Select the VM and Start. Note: the above ...
Set up IMAP for your favourite e-mail client, then access the "All Mail" mailbox.
Transferring the history is possible. Here are some easy steps to do so which i got from here: Go to Tools (the wrench icon) –> Options. Go to the ‘Personal Stuff’ tab and click on ‘Import data from another browser…’ in the Browsing data section. Select Firefox from the list of browsers, and then click Import. Unselect any of the check boxes for Favorites/...
The Most simple way. 1. Copy the original Data 2. Paste to Notepad (Prefer Notepad++) 3. Change the Cell Properties to TEXT 4. Copy All from Notepad 5. Paste back to Excel.
I am the developer of FLACTunes, which lets you import your FLAC files into iTunes as Apple Lossless files, preserving all the metadata (album art, etc.) It's four bucks on the OS X App Store. In my (admittedly biased) opinion, it is the simplest way to do what you're trying to do. The other solutions are more complex and won't preserve your metadata.
In order to be able to import, or just drag and drop, video files into your iTunes Library, they have to be the correct format. Download Handbrake, there is a version for both Windows and Mac. When you run it, select the video file you want to use as the source. Then on the list on the right side select iPhone/iPod touch and it will set up all the correct ...
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