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You can try setting the compatibility flags directly in the registry which are at the following registry location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers In that key, create a (string) entry as such: •Name: C:\Windows\System32\vmconnect.exe •Type: REG_SZ (String) •Data: ~HIGHDPIAWARE
There is a pretty good solution. What I did do was creating the rows I want in the header at the top of the cells. Print screen and adjust the image and save it somewhere on your desktop. Then go your header and add the image you just made (inside the first header). Because this is not a perfect solution - but very close - you need to adjust the column ...
According to MS, you can't anyway - downgrade rights are for OEM/Preinstalled systems. To downgrade Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 software, end users must: Purchase a PC preinstalled with Windows software. Accept the Microsoft Software License Terms. Perform the downgrade process to the eligible downgrade product using the media/key from a genuine, previously ...
You can't. Since you no longer have physical access to the laptop and you're not using an Office 365 license, there's no way to disable the license. What you have is a Home Use license: The Home Use Program is a Software Assurance benefit available to Microsoft volume licensing customers with active Software Assurance coverage on their Office ...
1) Is it really possible I 'fried' the USB port or the energy-related circuit of it, by putting energy into it because of the cheap powered USB hub? Sadly, yes. Cheap usb hubs often power back through the USB connector. It shouldn't be a problem if it provides 5v like it should - but situations just like yours happen and then things break. 2) ...
Yes, it is possible to power a USB device using methods like the ones you describe. It's also possible that a powered USB hub would do the trick. You need one that works properly, not the one that burned out your port. Internally, (unless they've changed things again), the USB port derives its power using a separate power controller chip. This chip is in ...
Go to this url live account settings and login. Click 'Manage aliases' and add your new e-mail adress. Once added and verified you can set that email adress as your primary and optionally remove the old email adress.
use the command xmlint to open the file and then using any of the program editors like notepad++,Sublime Text, atom,etc add the letter which you removed using regular expression function available in all the editors. You should be able to get the good copy of file now.
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