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The remaining problem is that git diff still highlights the diff output with colors (as ANSI escape sequences), and expects the pager (i.e. Vim) to display that correctly. But Vim has its own syntax highlighting (also for diffs), and doesn't understand the sequences, so they show up as ugly ^[[m. You have two options: Disable Git's diff highlighting ...


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This is conceptual, not step by step, but it should explain enough to help you figure out what you need to do. The Hyper-V switch that the VM uses needs to be either External or Internal and not Private. Keep in mind that an External switch will look like a LAN connection to the VM, not a wireless connection even if on the real hardware it is associated ...


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I think i know what you mean, those are called "Formatting marks". The button to toggle them on and off has this strange character on it, which you most likely are annoyed by in your document view as well (they do serve a purpose though): For more details refer to this page from Microsoft: ...


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It is not possible that a domain account would become confused with a local account. It sounds to me like it has always been logged on through a local account if you've never seen the screen that displays "other user". You put in your domain credentials on the screen that comes after clicking "other user".


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You may need to remove the profile. Open System from the Control Panel and select 'Advanced system settings' Click 'Settings...' under the User Profiles section Select the Domain profile (domain\user, not hostname\user), and click Delete


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Use GParted. It sounds like you are trying to shrink an actively running operating system. You generally cannot do this unless you have already split this 800GB chunk off into a separate partition than the active OS. Edit for added details: You will need to use GParted to do the shrinking operation since that partition is the active OS. Also it would be a ...


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In the past I have experienced issues with CR/LF -> CR conversion, or ASCII/binary transfer mode conflicts in numerous file transfer contexts. If the virus payload theory doesn't pan out, you might want to go down this path to see if this is happening in your case.


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I had the exact same problem but was lucky enough to try searching in the "Windows.old" folder and found all of my lost files. It's a lot of work to copy all of those back, but hey at least it's something. You can check it at the Microsoft site http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/restore-files-upgrade-windows-old



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