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Actually, it would work even if you were running on the drive you wanted to install to. I used DameonTools to mount an ISO and installed to the same hard drive i was running on with no problems.


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I think that there are two following reasons: 1. Your downloaded file has changed extension into .msi instead of .exe. (No extension in my case). So you must change manually into .exe for downloaded file. 2. If you want to run .msi file, you must install Windows Installer firstly.


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I had the same problem. I Just converted my Disk from MBR to GPT and my problem solved. I used "AOMEI Partition Assistant" application for converting my Disk to GPT.


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The above suggestions didn't work for me - I re-ran the Setup.Exe for SQL Server, and just chose the Repair option. Took 1 minute, and all was fixed.


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In %post section you can do all your commands, like if you did them in terminal. So it should look like this (example): %post mount -t iso9660 -o ro /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom #Mount CDROM cd /cdrom dpkg -i virtualbox.deb #Install your package %end Reference: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/mounting-cdrom-in-linux ...


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I understand that you’re receiving an installation error during Google Chrome installation process. Let me tell you there are various causes to look after. I’ll try my best to explain each and every possibility that lead this error. You may have to verify security permissions of Program Files (x86) and Program Files folders. Make sure administrative ...


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You want to create a USB installer, if the Linux Mint live image didn't include an installer program. This link will help with creating live USB installers, and Ubuntu isn't a half bad candidate for use on a Mac either. The instructions from Step 4 onward should also work from Linux Mint. You may need an external hard drive or to format the Macbook's main ...


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I have instructions on how to do it below, the link I used in the past is now gone, I do have the mht file of the original webpage. This is not my work but done by the author posted at the bottom. This was done on older hardware of the day and may not work with newer hardware due to lack of drivers in XP. Here is a link to the mht file, formatting the ...


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If you have Ubuntu working still, you can transfer a bootable image to your USB with something like this: dd if=CentOS-6.6-x86_64-bin-DVD1.iso of=/dev/sdb Substitute /dev/sdb with the device for your USB drive. Then, reboot with your USB and go through the installer. Once you are done installing, you can install additional packages from DVD2 from within ...


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you MUST to create a small partition out of the raid0 for /boot.Grub will be instaled there and define the root partition as MD


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When you download a copy of OSX from the app store, this will download the Package onto your machine (usually placed in either your Download folder or Applications folder). From here, you can gain access to this package and create a bootable device with it, or do with it what you will. So in short, No. Downloading OSX from the app store does not install it. ...


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I really doubt you can do this with a Batch script. If you use something like PowerShell, there are a bunch of options, but none of them are completely reliable. For example, there are WMI classes for both system enclosure and the battery. There's a Technet blog article that shows how to use both of these: Function Get-Laptop { Param( [string]$computer ...


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The Git stable releases PPA has the most current stable version of Git for Ubuntu. Open the terminal and type: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:git-core/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install git These commands will install git 2.3.0 (the current stable version of Git) on your system for all currently supported Ubuntu releases.


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To merge the two ISO files before creating the boot USB install the ISO Master application from the Ubuntu Software Center. ISO Master is a graphical ISO image editor. You can use ISO Master to: add files to an image extract files from an image delete files from an image ISO Master is available in the default repositories for Ubuntu 11.04, ...


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In the meantime I could figure it out by myself. For me, it worked to just omit the --host argument. configure has chosen x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu by default. Yes! Yes, it seems so. Insight got installed in home/manuel/usr/local as desired.


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YES!!! I did it!!! Here is what I did: Click Start and type cmd. When cmd.exe shows up, right-click and select Run as Administrator (this allows you to run Command Prompt at an elevated level). Type net localgroup Power Users /add /comment:"Standard User with ability to install programs." and hit enter. Now you need to assign user/group rights. Download ...


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Here is a Microsoft official site to download a Virtual Machine (VirtualBox, VMware, VirtualPC or Hyper-V) with the desired IE version por testing purposes: https://www.modern.ie/


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The problem with what you are trying to do is that any method of doing so would screw with everything. Do you ever get a link in skype that you want to be able to click and it open in your browser? Outlook? Pdf files? Anything other programs? If you do not want any programs to open a browser window then you could try Comodo. From reading here it can do ...


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I guess it is a bug in wine 1.6: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/wine1.6/+bug/1383214 A fix has been recently released.


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Parental Controls (or Family Safety) may no longer the correct tool for the task. Depending on the larger situation, alternative approaches may be appropriate: Perhaps adding son's account to the power user user group might be enough (though I'm uncertain about its access to the Parental Safety features). Power users have privileges beyond the general ...


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Try to find some app that elevates the user, in a enterprise environment you can use Avecto's Privilege Guard... Might be some similiar for home usage, like this: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/windows-and-office/elevate-privileges-automatically-with-elevation-powertoys/


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The latest version of the plugin maager is 1.3.5 (see Notepad++ Plugin Manager) Try a manual install of the plugin manager: Close notepad++ Download the latest plugin manager PluginManager_1.3.5_UNI.zip from http://sourceforge.net/projects/npppluginmgr/files/v1.3.5/ Unzip the dowloaded file Copy plugins\PluginManager.dll to your notepad++\plugins ...


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From the site: The first CD/DVD disk contains all the files necessary to install a standard Debian system. The terms kde, lxde, xfce refer to different Window Managers for Linux (the user interface and some other bits). If you don't have any special requirements, I suggest you just go with the standard version debian-7.8.0-amd64-CD-1.iso.


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Generally speaking, if you have commercial software, you should refer to the documentation to determine which executable should be run for normal installation. In my experience, using the autorun feature of an installation medium (CD or DVD) will be the "default" installation. For downloaded software, I generally run setup.exe if I have doubt and cant find ...


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If only PowerShell 2.0 had a native one-line curl... For simplicity, I created my own, which takes a url and downloads the content. If you need basic auth, I've provided parameters for that too. To get up and running: Load a PowerShell console Create a ps1, psm1 or simply copy and paste and execute this code block in PowerShell. The code will call ...


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http://askubuntu.com/questions/35629/are-ppas-safe-to-add-to-my-system-and-what-are-some-red-flags-to-watch-out-fo Read through this, and do your research on the PPA. No, for the reasons above. The central repositories have a ton of security checks done to ensure the safety of software. ...


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I spent a few days trying to solve this and came up with a pretty simple way to do this. It involves using DiskPart in order to create the bootable media. Once creating the bootable drive, you simply copy the files over, restart the machine and run it as per normal. I was using RUFUS which kept giving me the error as well as xboot and think that the software ...


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In short: apt-get install does everything that is needed that your system can successfully execute the new installed software application. Longer version: Preliminaries: From the manpage: All packages required by the package(s) specified for installation will also be retrieved and installed. Those packages are stored on a repository in the ...


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Actually, the 32-bit UEFI is not that big a problem. Here is how I set up my Asus EeeX205T to dual-boot Ubuntu 14.10. Note that the process does require a couple of steps in Windows: PRE-INSTALLATION Turn off BitLocker (this will allow Ubuntu to mount and/or resize the primary data drive): In Windows, click on PC Settings/PC and devices/PC info; scroll to ...


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According to the following KB, This error occurs because of an issue with the Intel storage controller driver that's included in the released versions of Windows 7 and of Windows Server 2008 R2. This issue is resolved in Windows 7 SP1 and in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2466753


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How about writing an AppleScript that monitors the installation process? You could write a code to monitor the installation application to see what it adds, deletes or changes. AppleScript may be the closest answer to your question.


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This is actually a decent question. I don’t believe there is a simple answer. Maybe cloning the drive before and after would glean some clues? Barring that, I think maybe using find would help? Something like this; proof of concept: find ~ -type f -cmin -30 | more That command specifically would use find to search for any item in your home directory (~) ...


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Confirm the file is a .EXE file. Go to desktop and in your Explorer window locate the file, set the view to Details in the View Ribbon, and whilst there tick the "File name extensions" so you can see exactly what you are trying to execute. If need be check the properties of the file for more information.


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I install all my *nix servers with a USB key. Have a look at YUMI and have fun ! YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Integrator) can be used to create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive containing multiple operating systems, antivirus utilities, disc cloning, diagnostic tools, and more. YUMI uses syslinux to boot extracted distributions stored on the USB device, and ...


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I got it using homebrew brew install homebrew/x11/wmctrl from https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-x11


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I actually had this working in Windows 8.0 with some drivers which I no longer have when I updated my OS to 8.1. Now its impossible to get native resolution on win 8.1 with this laptop. I tried installing the Intel 500 drivers for Win7 (VGA_Intel_v.8.14.10.2003_Win7x86), but a lot of items are totally unreadable due to video corruption. Win 8.1 seems to be ...


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If you saved the commands to an executable shell script (ex. Bash) file, you could just run it after installing Mint. Not fully automatic, but it's the easiest I can think of. If you stored the script on another partition/drive/USB, or if your live DVD (Mint's ISO is too big to fit on a CD) is on a USB with a writeable filesystem you could add the files ...


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NTFS-formatted USB stick. Command prompt , (run as administrator) diskpart list disk select disk N(N-is a number - chose the usb device) clean create partition primary active format fs-ntfs quick assign After you have done this, just copy all the files of WS2012R2 on the USB. it should work without additionally requiring bootsect command ...


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You have to burn the iso on a double-layer DVD, where you can store up to 8.5 GB. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD%2BR_DL You can also use an USB key in FAT32, as you have to copy installation files on it (not the .iso) which aren't bigger than the FAT32 limit (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn293258.aspx)


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With only 4 systems, manual imaging with ImageX, WinPE, DISM, etc. is a reasonable possibility, but in my experience the recommended path using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit is ultimately quicker and there is less chance for human error. The process would be roughly: On a 5th computer install Windows ADK and MDT and create a deployment share (a network ...


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In general, the Asus x205T isn't Linux compatible due to its 32-bit UEFI implementation. This question over at the AskUbuntu Stack Exchange site covers it: Creating a boot disc and Installing ubuntu ASUS X205T(A) Highlights: The short answer is, you can't do it. Your laptop isn't the only one. I recall reading the reason is an incompatibility with the ...


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Bootcamp takes a CD image of windows and makes it bootable on a USB disk. Any recent version should be fine. The trick, and what boot camp provides, is just in making the USB flash disk bootable and able to bootstrap the CD media. Alternatives to boot camp exist (unetbootin being one example) which do the same thing, it is really just a question of how the ...



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