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Based on the error you describe, your installation of Windows 10, has expired and the only solution is a clean installation of Windows. The expiration dates for Windows 10 Technical Preview vary by build number. The table below summarizes the expiration dates for each of the builds Microsoft has released so far. (Per Microsoft: Dates are ...


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No, it isn't possible. There is a SCSI command to do this, but you would still only be getting garbage, and it isn't supported on consumer level drives, especially not USB. Whatever was in that sector is gone.


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I backed up "install.wim" file from recovery partition. (Installed an OS to do this.) Created a bootable Win 8.1 USB disk with an original iso and changed install.wim file with which I backed up. Installed and it's activated itself. So it seems licensing info in install.wim file. And it read the key from UEFI and activated. This trick will be usefull for ...


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It's likely you have formatted your EFI boot partition, if your motherboard supports it. On the specification page for your Ultrabook I cannot find any information on whether it uses EFI, but it's likely that it does. You may wish to try the rEFInd Boot Manager as suggested in this answer (by the tool's own author), but if that does not work you must ...


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You could also, if you feel comfortable, manually boot into Single User Mode (Command + S right when you boot) and then run fsck -y to check the boot device for issues. Then try mount -uw /. Then if that works, simply type reboot and see if it works (fsck stands for "File System ChecK", so if you did a hard reboot you may have caused some issues with the ...


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There are some changes in the procedure of resetting the root password in CentOS7. Reset the root password in CentOS


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If the original partitions are showing as invalid, then that suggests serious damage, probably to their filesystems but conceivably to your partition table. A tool like CHKDSK.EXE might fix them, but if that fails, I have two suggestions: Contact the computer's manufacturer for a recovery disc set. They'll probably charge you to send you something that ...


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Before you run the netsh command, run wpeinit. Example: X:\windows\system\wpeinit X:\windows\system\netsh interface ip set address name="Local Area Connection" static 192.168.1.19 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.254 This assumes your mask is /24 and default gateway is .254, change as necessary.


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You can restore the files from your latest restore point using http://nicbedford.co.uk/software/systemrestoreexplorer/ Just copy them to your mysql folder (I would backup the old files before). Here you can see, how to restore the data from a backup: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10680261/restore-mysql-database-folder-from-a-recovered-hard-disk In ...


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Yes, there is. The dump created a copy of the program's memory, so all you need to do is get a hex editor like the excellent HxD. Open your .dmp file, which is located in %TEMP%\notepad.dmp in this case. Now press Ctrl+F and search for a piece of your text. Make sure to check "Unicode string." Your text should automatically be highlighted where it is ...



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