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It's still a bit of a mystery, but the problem no longer exists so I figured I'd better document it in case someone else has a similar problem (and to close it). I found instructions at http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/42776-extract-files-windows-7-installation-dvd.html regarding how to extract DLLs from the original DVDs for Windows 7. I operated ...


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The drivers should contain an file with .INF extension. You can try to right-click it and select "Install". If that does not help, in the Device manager, locate the "Generic PnP monitor" and right-click it. Select "Properties" and the monitor properties dialog will show. Switch to Driver tab and select "Update Driver...", then "Browse my computer for ...


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Here is the answer from Ramhound: Looks like Aero is disabled. Verify your display drivers are installed. Try to reinstall the graphic driver.


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Thanks, but I figured out my actual mistake(s) AND HAVE FOLLOWUP. SOLUTION: I use MAC address Account Control and I had forgotten that I needed to add the MAC to my secondary (bridged) router. The new iPhone is now on the target router. I was thinking that my primary (linksys) router was running this circus. The password box in the Vista WLAN Status ...


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I suspect that the driver is not signed, therefore the blue question marked. Windows does warn you when you are installing the unsigned driver.


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Remove the default gateway for your intranet (you must have one gateway: 10.35.134.1) Add a route to the Windows routing table for sending Intranet traffic to 192.168.1.1. Run cmd and type: route -p add 192.168.1.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1


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Unless you've disabled restore points, Windows Update creates a restore point prior to installing a batch of updates. Do a system restore to that restore point to remove this batch of updates. If you're right that the change was caused by the updates, this should return your normal appearance. Then you can selectively apply updates till you find the ...


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Open command prompt with admin privileges and type this: netsh wlan show profiles [NetworkName] key=clear where [NetworkName] is your network SSID with no brackets, press enter, the last line of the list should show your network password.


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I ran into this with TortoiseSVN, Windows 7 64 bit. Just getting the 64 bit version of Putty/Pageant did not do the trick, I continued to get the same errors. What did work for me was what is an alternative checkout URL format listed under the "Configuration Variants (pageant)" section of this page, which essentially says that instead of putting the FQDN of ...


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Cisco VPN is known to cause similar issues. Chances are that this is just a Cisco VPN or Wi-Fi driver bug. Just go back to the version that used to work.


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Can you post output of ipconfig /all and route print? For example to pastebin.com and paste links. What about ping? Is ping working? If yes it can be DNS. Next you can try ipconfig /flushdns, ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew commands.


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I was able to find them. Not sure how official it is, though. install.wim: http://web.archive.org/web/20150116183656/http://msft-dnl.digitalrivercontent.net/msvista/pub/msshus/vista32/install.wim x14-63452.exe: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/download.php?id=2960 boot.wim: h ttp://web.archive.org/web/20150101000000/h ...


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Here's a recent Free (GPL) solution (as of 2015): NAPS2 (Not Another PDF Scanner 2) NAPS2 is a document scanning application with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. Scan your documents from WIA- and TWAIN-compatible scanners, organize the pages as you like, and save them as PDF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, and other file formats. Requires .NET Framework 4.0 or ...


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If you're using GPT and UEFI, you're not going to have a problem. It just works. MBR is tricky, though, as it has a cap of 4 Primary partitions. Fortunately, you can get around this by creating what's called an "Extended Partition." These things can contain almost infinite other partitions. When you use the Ubuntu install disk, load up GParted and make all ...


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In trying to access cvs.com from Ukraine I get the same error message. Access Denied. You don't have permission to access "http://www.cvs.com/" on this server. Reference #18 I cleared my cache, but no dice. However if I fire up my VPN, and run it through a US server, I have no trouble connecting to cvs.com from Kiev. My guess is that CVS is blocking ...


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As the error message suggests , you first have to install the Windows Vista Sp1, next the Windows Vista Sp2, now all Updates from Windows Update. Now when your system is up to date, install the Visual Studio 2010.


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No and you would not want to, for the USB Flash Memory Drive is several orders of magnitude slower at accessing its contents than internal RAM. It has to move its data through the USB interface which slows things down significantly when compared to memory access speed.


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You wanna specific info? well here: http://lifehacker.com/5573801/turn-a-usb-flash-drive-into-extra-virtual-ram But in the comments I heard this method is going to kill the usb stick. It is the same as the one that you create in the harddrive (i.e. pagefile). And some info about readyboost is here to help you: HTG Explains: Is ReadyBoost Worth Using? You ...


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No. Its not possible to use a USB pen drive as RAM. What you can do though is use a USB drive to cache some data from the hard disk that will be heading to RAM. For some operations the USB stick will be faster than a spinning hard disk, especially on systems that are memory starved (less than 1gb of RAM on Windows 7) but on systems with plenty of RAM the ...


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There's an entire SU question regarding shutting down/sleeping the computer from the command-line, so I won't bother repeating that info here again: How can I put the computer to sleep from Command Prompt/Run menu? For waking the computer: Unlike what @Phoshi seems to suggest in his answer (from 2011), with Vista+ you can use Task Scheduler to wake up ...


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Probably best is Ethernet cable - set a static IP address on each PC, for example on PC 1 use '192.168.0.1' and on PC 2 use '192.168.0.2'. Then, on PC 1 open the command prompt and enter: net use W: \192.168.0.2\C$ /user "username" "password" Replace "username" with your username and - assuming you have one - "password" with your password. That will ...



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