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as you may know rasberry pi 2 comes with raspbian, in which you can install opencv and sphinx. This is the case with Ubuntu as well. You need to intsall them seperately and you may need to integrate them with java later for your projects. In Windows 10, however if you install Visual studio it is enough and everything is integrated. If you plan on doing Qt ...


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To Delete all system restore points but keep the most recent one - do the following: Open Disk Cleanup by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type Disk Cleanup, and then, in the list of results, click Disk Cleanup. If prompted, select the drive that you want to clean up, and then click OK. In the Disk Cleanup for (drive letter) dialog box, click ...


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Please be aware that a system can handle more than 65536 concurrent connections, because they do not necessarily each use a separate port. A TCP connection or UDP flow is defined by the 4-tuple: (source IP address, source port, destination IP address, destination port) So even if you have a web server machine with just a single IP address, and a single ...


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Back in the days when I had my desktop PC. I used to partition my hard disk into multiple drives and install multiple windows OS in those separate drives. Like Windiows XP on C drive and Windows 7 on D drive. The OS selection screen would come up after your BIOS finished loading. I guess this would applies even today. Partition your hard disk using ...


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It could be that your search indexes are still pointing at the old drive. Try clearing your search history so that it can rebuild them and point to your new drive. Launch the "PC Settings" app from the start menu. You'll probably have to browse to it, as type-to-search will likely point you to your D: drive rather than your C: drive. Choose "Search and ...


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Backwards compatibility. When Microsoft released the first 64 bit OS, the only 64 bit programs came with the OS. Since MS Office hadn't been updated, the OS needed to support the 32 bit programs. Since the installation of MS Office expected system files in \$Windows$\system32, the directory needed to remain.


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Download and install Dual-boot Repair tool in Windows XP. Run it and click on "Automatic Repair". Reboot - Windows 7 should be the default boot choice.


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You have a corrupted bootloader. If you have Windows installation disk, then you can use that to boot into Windows Recovery Environment to rebuild bootloader bootrec /fixmbr bootrec /fixboot bootsect /nt60 all bootrec /rebuild Here is detailed+alternate instructions if you may need them


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It is possible. But I think you need to install GRUB instead of the Windows-Bootloader. It works fine for me. For recovering files you´ve got a great variety of programms (For example: Recuda). This works if you didn't override the deleted sector on your hdd. So try it. And for installing two system creating 2 partitions would be a good choice. You can ...


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Put a linux version on a USB drive and restart your computer with the drive in the USB port. Go to the BIOS menu, choose "Boot from USB" and follow instructions for Linux installation. It comes with an option to be able to Dual Boot Windows and Linux, so choose that. You have the option to create a partition drive on your HDD for Linux.


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Of course. You can do it as a dual boot or using a virtual machine.


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I got the issue sorted in the end thanks to : http://reboot.pro/topic/16383-windows-embedded-standard-7-add-packages-on-a-live-image/ You don't need to re-build the WES7 image from scratch. Using 7-zip and the original WES7 ISO, you can extract only the CAB files that you want to add to the currently running WES7 OS (the live image). All the Feature Packs ...


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Sound is stored digitally. However, to hear sound, you computer has to convert the digital sounds to an analog signal. To do this, your PC must work with the sound hardware (typically a Realtek or Intel audio chip) to convert and process this signal. It places the necessary signal to the speaker port on the back (or front) of the PC. Any speakers plugged ...


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Microsoft, starting from Windows95 put OS configurations on the Registry. It is not a text file. It's a database in one or more binary files. Windows users have a lot of graphical tools that let them modify registry keys without using text editors. It is not a requirement for a Windows application to use Windows Registry, so you can find applications that ...


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Oh, the wings of history. In Windows history, this dates back to the original PC-DOS which ran on the IBM PC of 1981. (Its lineage, in turn, can be traced back to CP/M of the second half of the 1970s.) The IBM PC originally did not support a hard disk drive. Besides hard disks being freakishly expensive, the PC did not come with a strong enough power ...


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In Linux: xrandr --output DVI-0 (your output) --brightness 2 (or the value you want) In Windows: Calibrate your display color (Type "Calibrate display color" in the Windows searchbox)


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You can install as many you want but, before to try to install X systems you should have some things in mind. CPU Architecture: If you want to install an operating system you must to be sure if that operating systems runs with your CPU. Minimun RAM Requirement: The Minimun Amount of Memory used to run the operating system. Hard Disk Size: You must to be ...


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There is no inherent limit to the number of operating systems that can be installed on a computer. Issues you may encounter installing many operating systems include a limit on hard drive partitions and overwhelming your bootloader. Most people rarely have to worry about these issues.


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run cmd as admin Input "SFC / SCANNOW" all uppercase and without quotes, this will try to repair the corrupted system files. Reboot your system to apply changes



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