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Just clone the hard drive over to the ssd, then install ssd and your computer will work as the same. They sell a kit at Microcenter or even Amazon. I have done it two or three times, no problem


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i find the solution to the problem; i read a topic about similar problems,and i found some advices to use partitioning softwares , so i use a lot but no one was usefull ,until i find " AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard Edition 5.6", i try it and it find the problem,which was "dynamic disk problem" and it advice me to use "Dynamic Disk Converter" to ...


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Don't use GPT on hard drives less than 2tb, all you need to do is format the 2 drives showing unallocated space as suggested by whs in their answer. Disk 0 create a simple volume (MBR) as suggested by whs Disk 2 is ready to use and should show up in windows explorer as Drive H Disk 3 is ready to use and should show up in windows explorer as Drive S Disk ...


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With the unallocated spaces on disk 0 and disk 6 you have 2 options; a) you can create one or more new partitions in that space. Right click on the unallocated space and click on 'New Simple Volume' (see Picture) **Note:**My pictures look different than you will see them on your screen. I have to work with a high contrast theme because of my bad eyes. ...


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The Slackware installation disc uses a generic Linux Live-CD setup which includes a multi-user system. Therefore you are required to log in. Username: root Password: live I would advise you, if you are not familiar with Linux, to try another distribution before using a 'hardcore' distro like Slackware. Fedora and Ubuntu are much more user friendly for ...


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It looks like your disk uses a Logical Disk Manager (LDM) configuration. This is Microsoft's proprietary version of a logical volume management (LVM) system. Unfortunately, Ubuntu can't be installed on an LDM disk -- at least, not using the standard installer. (It might be possible to hack it to work manually, but I've never tried it, and I don't know of any ...


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Try restarting the Configuration Manager Remote Control service - it worked for me.


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RHEL 7.1 is not supported up to this point. You should try your installation on an RHEL 6 platform. Tuleap documentation


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This seems to be a bug of apt. Version 1.0.1 is affected. We've built version 1.0.9.2 from source, and it behaves as expected: reports unmet dependencies and exits with non-zero status. Perhaps this is the same bug: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=745046


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Create a script file called InstallFonts.vbs in my case I put it in C:\PortableApps\InstallFonts\ IN the below code replace "SomeUser" with the username of the person you want to be able to install fonts. Then make the Appropriate "install Fonts" folder on their desktop. Set ofso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") 'SourceFolder = ...


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http://www.poissonboltzmann.org/ This would be your most productive method of getting your answer with a chat to their technical help section and support. As for compiling on Windows 7, yes it is possible as long as you have the COMPLETE source code and compilation routine file. You may come across a failure in the software due to windows 7 NOT accepting ...


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You get this message because the Build 9841 expired. Windows builds that expire do a bugcheck (BSOD) every 2 hours. Microsoft released an update to expand the usage until october 2015. This is listed for the Server, but also works for the 64Bit Client. Also upgrading to a new build, doesn't remove your tools, they are still installed. So upgrade to a ...


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Unfortunately, this behavior is by design. Windows 10 is pre-release software and therefore should only be used for testing and evaluation purposes. Microsoft deliberately made it do this to prevent people from using it in a production environment. There is no way to change the auto-restart behavior. As for the Windows Updates issue, you may be able to ...


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Toshiba's description/specs for this model, they indicated memory and battery are "not replaceable by user." As you may realize, replacing any hardware that Toshiba describes as "not replaceable by user" will null and void the warranty. once these systems are out for a few years, that replacements components will become available online, but they are so ...


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Just because the PSU is 900W does not rule out one of the 12v lines burning out. You've pretty much established that the rest of the system is fine with a low power card and the likelihood of a new card having the exact same problem as the old card is very slim. It sounds quite likely that one (or both) of the dedicated graphics card power supply lines in ...


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Mine is working fine here using: yum install otrs-4.0.7-01.noarch.rpm The missing package is named perl-Template-Toolkit This is on CentOS 6.6 (and I just did an yum update before the installation). Hope that helps. Regards, CDJM


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tail -f /var/log/codendi/codendi_syslog should give you logs. You need to log-in to the platform as admin then go to Plugins Administration and check the ldap plugin is both installed and active. There is no comammand to 'import' all ldap users. All ldap users should be able to log-in with their usual user/pass and they will need to configure a certain ...


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I solved it by downloading the gem from the website (e.g. term-ansicolor), installing it manually with the --local switch, then running the installation script again to get the name of the next missing gem. I continued that way until I could install TaskJuggler. Since I also had problems installing Ruby and RubyGem before, I have now started to create a ...


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You could try a boot rescue CD that specializes in boot-repair. Here are a couple of such tools: Paragon Rescue Kit 14 Free Edition boot-repair-disk


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This sounds like the Boot loader for linux did not detect windows and give the options to boot from windows from the boot loader, you will have to manually add in the option for the boot loader. But you'll need to install linux first. Since the windows recovery disk has wiped out the MBR of the linux boot loader Re install linux check for windows boot ...


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I tried apt-get update but this gave me some more errors. I eventually had to do rm -r /var/lib/apt/lists/* to delete everything then run apt-get update to add everything back (and cleanup whatever might have been broken in there) and I was off and running.


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Try running: "apt-get update" and then try again. If it still fails, paste the contents of your source.list here.


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Hmm, this is a typical case if you don't know how these installers work. But don't feel bad. I have seen that many times because the causes are not obvious. Let me first explain what has happened and then we'll see how to fix it. When you installed Windows, the disk on which you installed was not on the Sata port0. The disk on which you installed Linux was ...


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msiexec.exe only allows one MSI to modify the system at a time. From your log file it looks like your installs are failing soon after grabbing the msiexec mutex lock: MSI (s) (B8:30) [20:46:27:243]: Grabbed execution mutex. MSI (s) (B8:7C) [20:46:27:270]: MainEngineThread is returning 1603 Check that the msiexec.exe process is not running in TaskManager ...


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Ok I saw that some directory was missing, something in /private/tmp... which prevented an object creation, leading to a null variable. I went to the /private/tmp directory a saw file named .keystone_install_lock which I suppressed and relaunch an installation. It was just fine after.


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And with todays FreeBSD, you can just use packages. "pkg search gnome | less" will show you a bunch of GNOME-related ports, including gnome3 metaport. Do "pkg install gnome3" and wait.


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update: if you streamline the service pack 3, and remove things like media player, internet explorer (you will download firefox anyway), etc... it installs at 1.45GB. (more than windows xp SP2 including media center and IE) to make a small installer you need to use nLite which is free-ware. the process of removing unneeded portions of windows is painful, ...


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If I'm not mistaken, then Microsoft allows customers with OEM installations to download Refresh Media from their site since November 2014 (source: article on Heise.de in german). I recall that there was also a campaign advertising a bloatware-free Windows 8 installation around that time, but I cannot find any sources or remember a particular keyword.


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Ran into a similar problem when installing composer setup file on Win8. Disabled a private firewall, and click Retry under the error message. It went right through and installed correctly.


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Create a Virtual Machine, install Linux on VM, Install FF -- poof, separated computer with separated FF browser, for free. Also maybe check out this other SU question and answers: Firefox: Using multiple instances with different profiles?


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I would ensure that: Your BIOS is set to, or changed to AHCI mode. That you install the SSD and Windows sooner rather than later, in the event you need to RMA. If you need all the space on the old HDD than wipe. Or you could just get rid of the old Windows or keep it from booting with Windows.old. At least at the beginning. You can then be sure you have a ...


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There may be two ways to accomplish this: PortableApps To handle this I prefer to use the "Portable" version. You can set it up in different dirs for as many instances you want. Download here. Profile Manager (I don't know how stable this is) Close all running instances of Firefox In the Run dialog box, type in: firefox.exe -p Follow the prompts on the ...


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No need to boot the computer after cleaning it especially if you aren't planning on keeping any of the existing data. Just install the SSD. Boot the computer from your Windows 7 disk, format both drives, and select the SSD when you choose to Install it. Or you can format the HDD after Windows 7 is installed on the SSD. It's completely up to you.


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Aside form the fact that most of the question is entirely unnecessary, a Solid State Drive doesn't have any moving parts and isn't going to be a/effected by dust or the lack thereof. So yes, you can install it right after cleaning. 0.o It really doesn't matter when you format the regular HDD if you want TRULY want a clean install. Format it before, after, ...


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There is really no reason to start the PC before installing the SSD. For your convenience when installing Windows, you can install the SSD, install Windows, then install your old HDD (but be careful when booting!; be sure to select the right drive). You will also want to format your old drive. This can be done by opening My Computer, selecting the old ...


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If you don't care about transferring Windows/data, just pull the HDD, install the SSD and install Windows, done. 1) There's no technical reason to "boot the computer once" before installing the SSD. 2) Format the old HDD at your leisure. In general, as long as you're not using both copies of Windows, MS isn't going to care.


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In my case: ls -ld /usr/local/mysql* lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 27 Apr 10 16:43 /usr/local/mysql -> mysql-5.6.24-osx10.8-x86_64 drwxr-xr-x 17 root wheel 578 Apr 10 16:43 /usr/local/mysql-5.6.24-osx10.8-x86_64 So I set the new path into my PATH environment: cd $HOME cat .bashrc export PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/mysql/bin/" source .bashrc ...


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You can try running the installer with the /uninstall /force arguments. Try this Fix it. The page doesn't mention VS 2013 specifically but it might still help. Reboot, try installing again and if it succeeds uninstall it. Try something like Revo Uninstaller. Last resort would be a manual search and clean-up of the files and registry keys/values.


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Download this file to repair this problem: Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 8.1 The Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 8.1 will install Media Player and related technologies on a computer running Windows 8.1 N or Windows 8.1 KN editions. For further information, please see http://support.microsoft.com and query ...


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I have had the exact same error message for a corrupt installer. An installer that was created for Windows 7 (32bit/64bit) in the first place, got corrupt while being transferred via email, showing this message (on Windows 7 64bit). The non-corrupt file installed fine. So, I suggest you try the installer on a Win XP machine before trying more technical ...


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Well at the end everything went fine. The answer is yes, it is possible. I did it by opening Explorer and the section "Network" (or "Connections", I'm not sure; my Windows 8.1 is in Portuguese). Previously it didn't show, but now the PC where the printer was hosted was there. I clicked on it and the icon to the printer was there. So it was just a matter of ...


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Thank you everyone for your help on solving my issue :) I had to resort to reinstalling my Windows 8.1 Operating System after searching endlessly online to no avail. My computer has no more issues with the MSIExec now and I hope it doesn't have any more in the future. Once again, Thanks ;)


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It won’t work because you have a non-official ISO image. You need an unmodified Windows 7 x64 ISO image. Windows 7 x86 aka 32-bit is not UEFI-compatible.


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I realize that this is a very old thread but it came up as the fifth result when researching why Windows 10 would throw error 0x0000000A when booting in Virtualbox. Both Windows 8 and 10 require the no execute or NX bit be turned on in the BIOS in addition to virtualization. It seems that all but one thread I have read on this error completely ignores that ...


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I'm pretty sure i3gaps is a fork, essentially a modified branch of i3. So yes, its i3 or i3-gaps unless you know how to separate them, which I'm afraid I don't. So, gaps does won't work if running i3wm. However, as for your i3gaps graphics issue, I'm fairly confident its the standard issue, which should be fixed by adding this at the bottom of your ...


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You can download the JDK and extract it. You will find a tools.zip file that you need to extract in a folder under the user path. Then you have to locate all the .pack files (they are in \lib and \jre\lib folders) and unpack them in the same folders with the unpack200 command, available itself in the \jre\bin folder. I created a script to do this that just ...


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Looks like installer fails to access registry key: MSI (s) (B8:30) [20:46:27:369]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Rollback\Scripts 3: 2 MSI (s) (B8:30) [20:46:27:395]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Rollback\Scripts 3: 2 Error 1402: Could not ...



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