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Ctrl+alt+del is a windows command for opening the windows security screen on linux and some bios setups, it's a reboot command. What you are looking for is F2, F10 or DEL. That is what most mainstream manufacturers use for getting into the BIOS. On the Toshiba logo screen, there should also be a tiny piece of text in the lower right or lower left that says ...


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my biggest issue was that the remote user would exit the Teamviewer program without my knowledge, thus I could not remote in when I needed to. TO solve problem, started teamviewer on remote, clicked on extras and then options. Clicked on advanced, and then "show advanced options" Scrolled down and put a check mark in "disable teamviewer shutdown" Clicked ok. ...


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In order to close SO's post, I'll convert my comment into an answer. Make sure to uncheck the box in System Preferences -> General -> Close windows when quitting an app.


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I had the same problem, and I fixed it by performing the following steps: Go to "Control Panel" → "Power Options". On the left hand side of the screen it should say "Change when the computer sleeps". Click it. Click "Change advanced power settings".  A small "Power Options" window will pop up. Expand the "Hard disk" section by clicking on the + to the ...


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The message: triggered DYLD shared region unnest for map says that the application memory footprint expand (as the warning indicates) and it consistently ranks among the top "Significant Energy Use" apps. In other words, these DYLD errors are reported by kernel which indicates abnormal eating of memory. From technical point of view, this happens when ...


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I wonder if there was some unexpected failure that caused a reboot, then QNAP was deciding it had to resynchronize the drives. And normal operation is allowed while resynchronizing. But I've had problems with activity during the resync. If you have a "constant load"...and it rebooted every 16 hours, I wonder if it was the interaction of the load with the ...


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Ok, as Psycogeek syggested - disabling C-States helped! Great catch my friend! Now, as I understand that they a resposnsible for energy management. Can u explain further? Are they supposed to be enabled? I'll try updating bios. Thank you very much :)


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easy no watchdog? why buy expensive eth-switches ??? you have an analogue phone line near the computer? just give this line a number only you use, (perfect if you have a i.e. FritzBox near the machien with a free analogue line) attach a relais (with rect. and cap.) and connect the relais-close to the reset-switch, in parallel to the existing reset switch. ...


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This is a common Linux task - you would accomplish this using run-level scripts. This page from Linux.com is a pretty good introduction. Basically, there are 7 run levels on Linux: 0 - Halt 1 - Single-user mode 2 - Basic multi-user mode (without networking) 3 - Full (text based) multi-user mode 4 - Not used 5 - Full (GUI based) multi-user mode 6 - Reboot ...


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Mavericks sudo bless -mount "/Volumes/BOOTCAMP" -legacy -setBoot -nextonly; sudo shutdown -r now Yosemite Issue the command: diskutil list /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *500.1 GB disk0 1: EFI EFI ...


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The following should fix it without a reboot, however I don't think it will fix the root cause. Could use more details for that. Start>run>explorer.exe Or Ctrl+shift+esc>file >new task>explorer.exe



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