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magicandre1981's answer solved my problem. Thanks !! (uh-oh looks like I have to wait 2 days to mark it solved)


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In this case, i would like to suggest you that don't do it yourself ,go to service center and tell your concern to them. hardscape los angeles


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I think you should run windows recovery disk and if you can preform a clean install. I am guessing it is a problem with windows which is causing problems with Hard drive. Also make sure your drivers are all up to date and try and increase your RAM if you can.


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The same problem I faced recently in windows Vista Ultimate. Changed the monitor colors as 16 bit and it worked for me. Try this. Go to Control Panel->Personalization-> Display Settings -> Monitor and set the colors value as ** Medium 16bit **. Apply the settings and launch Putty. It started working for me. Found similar solution from Putty ...


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How a program behaves under "stress conditions" depends on how the particular program has been written (what privileges it has, does it contain bugs, etc) and this behaviour will determine how the rest of the system is affected when something "goes wrong". It is possible that data can be lost. It is possible for the system to crash with a BSOD or just be ...


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I did not think of this myself, but it works; Even when USERNAME is manipulated in the environment: print whoami;


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Excerpted from Softpedia: How to Use Currently, there is only one command, flvrec.py. flvrec.py flvrec.py is the main recording program. It connects the specified VNC server and immediately starts recording when it's started and stops when Ctrl-C is pressed (or SIGINT is sent to the process). You need to have a VNC server running on ...


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If you're on Windows 8.1 YES YOU CAN completely remove OneDrive. These are computers; if something was put on them then that same something can be taken off. If you want to fully and COMPLETELY remove Onedrive/Skydrive, all you have to do is search and download Take Ownership, extract it, and add that to your registry. It will create a context menu option. ...


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This is commonly caused by third party shell extensions. You can view all currently loaded shell extensions with this tool: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html You should note all non Windows/Microsoft shell extensions and try disabling them 1 at a time until you find the culprit.


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it works as expected in Safe Mode If it works in Safe Mode then it's most likely a 3rd party start-up program or service that's causing it. Use Windows' MSConfig to disable all 3rd party start-ups and services, and see if Copy and Paste works. If it does, then (using MSConfig) re-enable each thing, one at a time (and reboot) until you figure out ...


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The overlay filter has a shortest option: If set to 1, force the output to terminate when the shortest input terminates. Default value is 0. Example: ffmpeg -i input -filter_complex "color[c];[0:v][c]overlay=shortest=1" output Usage of shortest is needed because the color duration is indefinite (unless you use the d option).


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Since putty works, I assume the server side is setup properly. You need to convert the private key(ppk) used in putty. To do so, Run ssh -v user@yourhost from Cmder and check the debug output, you can see that its looking for keys in C:\Users\USERNAME\.ssh folder. first key should be C:\Users\USERNAME\.ssh\id_rsa. Now run puttygen, on the menu ...


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This is in fact not a file but a Shadow Copy, typically created by System Restore on regular intervals and certain events. Shadow Copies are atomic filesystem snapshots. You can list existing Shadow Copies using the vssadmin tool: vssadmin list shadows You can also delete these snapshots, although I’m not sure whether this functionality has always been ...


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Option 1: Restart your Windows 8 PC (shutdown /r). Option 2: Disable Fast StartUp in Windows.


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Source What is ADOVBS.inc ADOVBS.inc is a file included with IIS that has all of the ADO constants defined. VBScript does not understand ADO constants, such as AdLockReadOnly, the way VB does. The ADOVBS.inc file can be included in your ASP pages to reference the constants. You will see many examples on the web using these constants instead ...


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If your computer came with an OEM genuine Windows 8.1 pro, there should be an embedded unique key in the BIOS. You can find the key using this open source software. then try to upgrade with this key.


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Since this question already has multiple answers and they all point to the same thing, here's a generic guide to change boot device priority: Get into your BIOS. This is usually done by pressing DEL key repeatedly right after the unit starts. If that does not work, try f2 or TAB key, though you can usually read it as it flashes quickly on the screen. ...


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You cannot. But the easiest solution is probably also the best. Use a windows 8.1 Pro install medium to perform an update. It will keep your settings etc in tact but change the version of windows. After that you will be able to activate windows. To perform an update, insert the cd while you are in windows and run the setup. It will ask you to update that ...


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In Windows the MM will only page-out pages that are not being accessed for some time, also when "Context switch" happens your code will stop running. It sounds like you either need to write your code in the kernel in High IRQL and access only none paged memory which is a very bad idea, or change the target OS to a real time OS.


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Slightly convoluted, but if you have the credentials for the account that you want to leave unlocked on the terminal, logging into it using RDP (mstsc.exe), running this in a commandline will leave the PC unlocked on that Desktop session: %windir%\System32\tscon.exe RDP-Tcp#0 /dest:console You need to be in the correct session, though. This won't work for ...


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You just have to do a fresh install like normally, give priority to USB drive from BIOS or <Quick Boot Menu>. After that format all the hdd, cancel all the possible partitions found and start the installation. The actual OS that is on HDD doesn't really matter if you format the hdd


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Seems like you are still booting from the hard drive and not starting the windows dvd. You have to change boot priority of the dvd drive (or usb drive in case you want to install from that) to be before the hard disk in the bios/uefi.


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For Windows you can take look at folder redirection and roaming profile. You should evaluate if your network infrastructure could support this.


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Unlike server versions of windows standard version has only RDP client installed by default, which has a limit of one concurrent user(local or remote). So when you remotely signin current user is signed out and hence the user has to login again to access his desktop. There are workarounds, but if you are on an enterprise network check company policies ...


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I suspect your computer is not on a domain controller and is with Windows 7 operating system. In that case the only way is to disable fast user switching.


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Terminology - there are custom sources which are still nupkg sources (meaning not chocolatey.org, like myget, proget, fileshare, nuget.server, etc) and then there are special alternative sources (like webpi and windowsfeatures). The two do not mean the same thing. Choco 0.9.9 was a complete rewrite - waiting to finish alternative sources was going to be a ...


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I believe this is your answer: http://www.edugeek.net/forums/windows/127594-ie11-rd-web-access.html (or this for more unrecommended options: http://www.concurrency.com/infrastructure/ie11-browser-supported-rdweb-2008-r2/ ) /cd


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There's a tidy little free program called ScreenPresso, have a go with that one. http://www.screenpresso.com. I realise it's not exactly what you were looking for but I find it works brilliantly, there's an inbuilt image editor all in a taskbar button.


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"I am trying to email photos using the "Share Charm" on Windows 8." You need to make sure you are viewing the photo in an app downloaded from the Windows Store. See Search, share, print, and more for a mini tutorial. Source Introducing Windows 8.1: What are the Charms & How to Use them How to Use the Share Charm This charm works only when ...


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Your syntax for the overlay is correct as per the example given, however invoked like that it will repeat indefinitely as you note. You will need to include the repeatlast=0 option: repeatlast If set to 1, force the filter to draw the last overlay frame over the main input until the end of the stream. A value of 0 disables this behavior. Default ...


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Windows just keeps ticking along. There is no provision for leap seconds in Windows time service. It's also important to note that no major operating system has a provision for leap seconds. At first glance, this may sound strange. If you understand what a leap second is for and when they are added, it becomes very simple. The International Earth Rotation ...


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I have found that the On Screen Keyboard (OSK) still works in win 8.1 ... the OSK is different to the win 8.1 pop up keyboard and includes all the missing keys including PrtScn. To make OSK easy to use (first time only) press the Windows key/icon then press the search icon (top right of the start screen) and just type OSK as the search term ... OSK will ...


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Unfortunately, no. Which is annoying in this day of networked-everything. Powershell is the next best thing if you want something native to Windows 7 or higher, without installing 3rd party tools. It generally copes with UNC paths fine. Alternatively, you can map a UNC path to a drive letter. Then you can happily use the command prompt against that drive ...


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As grawity said in the comments when your packet is larger than the MTU size fragmentation will occur. Because ICMP packets contain very short messages, there is no legitimate reason for ICMP packets to be fragmented. If an ICMP packet is so large that it must be fragmented, something is amiss. For this reason some network administrators will block any ICMP ...


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If your computer has the "Intel HD graphics" icon on the taskbar, try running that to create the desired settings.


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Turn off Filter Keys. It's under Control Panel, Ease of Access Center. You likely inadvertently enabled Filter Keys by holding Shift for 8 seconds.


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This looks like an MTU problem. If any router along your path to the destination does not support Jumbo Frames, then your ability to send much more than 1k (total frame size 1500) will stop at exactly that point, and you will end up with dropped frames beyond that hop. Even Jumbo Frames are limited to 9000 bytes, so if you want to send 65500 byte frames, ...


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They are not implemented. Just like a wristwatch, PC time-keeping is dumb. As others have mentioned, Windows 7 uses NTP to sync PC time to a known source. Which is the equivalent of you adjusting your wristwatch every now and then. However, the leap-second does become a problem if you intend to write code that involves date/time math, where the number of ...


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Try next .bat script: @ECHO OFF >NUL SETLOCAL enableextensions set "common=Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer" call :query "HKU\.DEFAULT\Software\%common%\User Shell Folders" "Desktop" call :query "HKCU\Software\%common%\Shell Folders" "Desktop" call :query "HKCU\Software\%common%\User Shell Folders" "Desktop" call :query ...


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That's Windows Audit Mode. After install, on the Welcome screen, press SHIFT-CTRL-F3 This bypasses all kinds of stuff... After you've installed your stuff, run %systemroot%\System32\Sysprep\sysprep.exe OOBE will already be selected. I select Shutdown and check Generalize. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd799305(v=ws.10).aspx


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Microsoft doesn't care about providing super accurate time for Windows clients. They cut corners and didn't handle special cases like leap seconds for desktop clients. Fortunately, NTP servers keep better time, therefore just keep syncing! The W32Time service is not a full-featured NTP solution that meets time-sensitive application needs and is not ...


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Use the following command: cd ../../game & electron src The & means run the first command then run the second. If you think the first command might fail then use && instead. An A-Z Index of the Windows CMD command line is an excellent reference for all things Windows cmd line related. Source Redirection command > filename ...


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And, for Powershell.... $IEVersionString = [System.Diagnostics.FileVersionInfo]::GetVersionInfo("C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe").Fileversion write-host $IEVersionString Mine yields... 11.00.9600.16384 (winblue_rtm.130821-1623)


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From the command line: for /f "tokens=3 usebackq" %a in (`reg query "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer" /v version ^| find "version"`) do echo IE version: %a From a batch file: for /f "tokens=3 usebackq" %%a in (`reg query "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer" /v version ^| find "version"`) do echo IE version: ...


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I know this is an old post, but I ran into the same issue and tried everything I could find on the internet regarding this. After working with Microsoft for 3 days we found the fix. Please see below for all the steps that were completed, and finally what solved the issue. This was for a Server 2008R2 machine: MMC could not create the snap-in. The ...


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Run the program, right click its button on the taskbar, and hit Pin to Taskbar. See here from MS. (This seems too straightforward-am I missing something in your question?)


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I don't think there is a way to set this, I've had a play about with the suggestion on this site: http://www.mydigitallife.info/never-combine-icons-or-only-combine-when-full-but-hide-labels-in-windows-7-taskbar/, however that only appears to affect labels on active programs. I will continue to have a little bit of a Google and if I find anything, come back ...


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A Hybrid use of TCPView and Process Explorer worked for me ;) I first looked in to the process id which was using the port in TCPView. Isolated the process in Process Explorer and killed the process using Process Explorer.


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Your is a common problem with Word and I have the impression that Microsoft didn't like so much the idea to enhance the compatibility with Openoffice. I would like to suggest the use of Latex, BTW it is not always possible. Since you noticed that you can produce the desired effect exporting as PDF, I decide to report here an interesting blog page for MacOS ...


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There are two levels of permissions, Share permissions and NTFS permissions. If you have NTFS permissions to read and write and share permissions only to read, you'll only be able to read the files. Conversely, if you have read/write access to the share, but only read access NTFS, you won't be able to write. In this case, it sounds like the share only ...



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