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I found a fix by changing "internet options" -- so I guess Windows is detecting the "internet" as my own network.. sigh. Click Start / Control Panel / Internet Options Click Security tab. Click Local Intranet Click Sites button. Click Advanced button. Enter the IP Address of the other machine or server and click Add Click Close This worked for me, but ...
You could check the handy box and click "Proceed anyway"... But I recommend you figure out why the site was blacklisted first. The site could have been the victim of a hack and may very well be serving malware that the moment or the recent past. Such blacklists are usually cleared quickly once the site is restored. If your DNS resolution has been messed ...
It's not your Chrome, it's the Google safe browsing database which contains an entry for opengl.org: Of the 22 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 1 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2010-09-23, and the last time suspicious content was ...
I'd like to add that Google's warning is not nonsense. Yesterday I was navigating opengl.org on an XP machine (via Chrome), when suddenly I got two alerts from my antivirus (Avira) about malware being found in the browser's temporary directory. I wasn't visiting any other websites at that moment.
Here's how to disable that warning in iTunes for Windows: Edit->Preferences Devices tab Uncheck "Warn when [more than 5% v] of the data on this computer will be changed Click OK Resync
Disclaimer: I'm not responsible if this screws your system in any way... just saying... Something like this should work: dd if=/dev/zero of=/tmp/tempFiller.deleteMe bs=1M count=$COUNT $COUNT needs to be replaced with how big the file should grow in MiB.
If you want to do this in Group Policy, this quote may be helpful to you. You can control this with Group Policy, as well. Use gpedit.msc and drill down to User Configuration → Policies → Administrative Templates → Windows Components → Internet Explorer → Internet Control Panel → Security Page Enable "Intranet ...
The pasted message suggests you still have the "notes" file open in another Vim session. It is definitely not a good idea to edit a file that is being edited elsewhere. If that message is wrong, you need to determine how your Vim session exited improperly and avoid that in the future. As for recovering, that may be an issue in this one instance since ...
Update: Actually, by a bump to this question and by "someone has asked this" I looked for duplicates: How to make Outlook 2010 not wark me on an empty subject line? It does answer the question: Option Explicit '========================================================================= ' Prevents Outlook® 2010 to display a no-subject warning message ' (c) ...
It will not affect your your performance at all, or at the very least - it should not. Most laptop batteries are capable of supplying around 20-25 W and that is what a typical laptop draws under normal laod, the added beef behind the power supply is so you have enough juice to run the system and charge the battery at the same time. Essentially two things ...
General rule: if your drive is throwing errors, replace it. Harddrives are cheap, and crashes are expensive. That being said, you might want to try and re-post the picture, so we can give you some more specific advice. Edit: Absolutely replace the drive. CRC (Cyclic redundancy check) errors mean that when the drive went back and compared what it thought it ...
To remove the quarantine alert you can run the following command in Terminal: xattr -d com.apple.quarantine /PATH/TO/APPLICATION You may need to run this is an administrator depending on the permissions on the resulting application (as you said you don't run as administrator). If the application has permissions set that you can't remove the metadata with ...
You are surely talking of the following dialog box: The wording for the mixed content dialog box has changed with IE7 and you usually would click "Yes" - like you did. But clicking "Yes" actually shows only the secure content (read the message) - the correct way to "Show all content" is to click "No". If you want to disable the message box go to: ...
This message is actually pretty important if you care about not losing text you've potentially not saved. It should not be considered annoying, and should not cause you to hastily delete the swap file or configure vim to run without it. Any file you edit with vim will have a corresponding swap file while you edit, which vim uses to keep track of changes. ...
Here is one possibility, if your users access the directory via command line: Redefine the shell's builtin cd command in a global rc file to check if a file .readme is present in the current dir and if so, display it (with some nice optical elements). a. With zsh (/etc/zshrc) you can use a specially designed hook function (chpwd), which is called whenever ...
The reason you have a 65W power supply is because you ordered it. When buying this model, one has several options ranging from 60W to 97W. (65W is not mentioned, so I assume that 60W is the same as 65W). However, only the 60W version supports ExpressCharge, which is described as : when the computer is turned off, the AC adapter charges a completely ...
I have no knowledge about possibility for turning off such warnings, but I'd like to point out, that actually - your kernel needs to lower your CPU frequency because of constant overheating. It's not a warning about high temperature 10 degrees before the yellow light would light on. I'd recommend you to try to get better cpu/mainboard cooling - otherwise ...
You said: I had cpu cooling (fan) but it went kaput :( This is why you are having this problem. Your CPU is overheating; these messages are warning you that the system is throttling down in order to prevent permanent physical damage to the system. I generally expect a Core i7 desktop CPU running under full load to be somewhere around 75-80 degrees ...
Take a look at this discussion about Mac OS X extended file attributes. OS X puts a com.apple.quarantine attribute on downloaded files. You can use find and xattr to clear that.
I believe you wouldn't get the warning if you used the netbios name of your home server instead of the ip address. If you use the ip address or say the fully qualified dns name of the remote computer it doesn't recognize it as being in the intranet zone. the other option as mentioned earlier is to manually add it to the intranet zone list.
We recently put in a new server using DFS and I was having this same error. I ended up putting in: " \\\servername.local.?" After clicking add, it then showed: file://*.servername.local. I tried the * verses the ?, but that was not allowed.
To stop this from happening in the future, go to Terminal and type this (hitting Return afterwards): defaults write com.apple.LaunchServices LSQuarantine -bool NO Or — simpler yet — download Secrets and search for “quarantine.”
Files downloaded from the Internet are marked as unsafe and Windows prompts you whenever you try to open one of those files. To get rid of the warning, right click on the file and select properties. At the bottom you have a button called unblock. Click on unblock and then Ok. Now you shouldn't get that dialog anymore.
I found a workaround here: download the streams.exe program and run it on chrome.exe. I know this is dangerous and scary and all kinds of not-the-right-solution, but it works. I still have no idea why Vista's "Unblock" button works fine for some programs, and not at all for others. Yay Vista!
In order to favorably remove the warning clutter IS to address the hardware component that has failed (the fan) or its related components (heat sink clogged, vents blocked), just like if your SMART data for your hard drive was warning you of bad blocks. Yes you can keep usung the drive but the possability of imminent failure is being given to you to try and ...
The Windows Hardware Quality Labs certificate is a digital certificate given to driver (and other) software which is signed with Microsoft's private key. Microsoft only signs drivers that have been submitted to them for testing, along with a modest fee (about $250US.) VirtualBox installs drivers but has never (to my knowledge) submitted the drivers to ...
This is for charging speed. If you power supply is not powerful enough it is possible to actually run down your battery while plugged in (though it will charge when it is turned off, and I do not know if this will be the case with you). I do not know why this was the shipped power supply, but you should get a new one.
This happens because of the way the Access Control List is queried by Windows Explorer to determine if the folder is shared. because this folder you tried to delete is a child folder of a parent folder and the two folders have a different security entries, Windows will treat as a shared folder. This causes Explorer to give you the warning that you received. ...
Use inotify-tools: $ inotifywait -e open YOUR_DIRECTORY Example: $ inotifywait -e open for_delete Setting up watches. Watches established. for_delete/ OPEN,ISDIR $ There is good example of script in link above.
To do that, you'd have to modify Vim's source code and compile your own version. Alternatively, you can hook into the FileChangedShell event and implement your own emulation of the original dialog (with confirm()); :help FileChangedShell has all the details on that.
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