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location Chelmsford, United Kingdom
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seen Mar 25 at 12:56

I'm self-taught, with 3 years' experience as a web developer.

Currently looking for a C# ASP.NET MVC development position within Chelmsford or London. I've been out of work for quite a while, so if you have an opening for a junior position, I'd still like to know. I just want to get back to work.

john.hartley4 [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Nov
25
awarded  Yearling
Sep
4
comment Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
@Synetech Hi mate, unfortunately not. The drive would fail to boot, would black screen during repair and would also fail halfway through CHKDSK. Copying to the other drive was a last resort, and, sadly, also the only option I had.
Sep
4
awarded  Scholar
Sep
4
comment Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
@Synetech The Windows 7 drive would only work as a slave. I was unable to use it directly as the drive would constantly stop being read from and would eventually drop completely. I had to keep restarting for the drive to be picked up again. I have my stuff now though, so I just have to choose a drive. Thanks for the comment all the same.
Sep
4
comment Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
Thanks a lot mate.
Sep
4
accepted Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
Sep
3
comment Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
Thanks for the answer. This has worked for me, although I'm using MiniXP and not DiskGenius. However, if TKEyi60 posts his/her answer, I'll accept that instead as he/she posted first. Thank you, all the same.
Sep
3
comment Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
@TKEyi60 I'm on MiniXP right now and, other than my drive crapping out every now and then, this worked perfectly. As you were the first person to post that suggestion, if you'd like to make it an answer below, I'll accept it. Cheers.
Sep
3
comment Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
@Ramhound Good shout with Ubuntu. Windows PE seemed like a lot of work for the same thing. I did go with the suggestion of Hiren's BootCD in the end, simply because I already had grub4DOS setup on my USB drive. Thanks a lot, though.
Sep
3
asked Copy files from one NTFS drive to another via a USB boot disk
Nov
25
awarded  Yearling
Jul
30
comment How to apply group policy settings to specific local accounts in Windows
+1: This is just what I needed too! I can't believe how hidden this is either.
Apr
6
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
22
answered Slow speed due to HDD
Feb
17
comment How can I set IE 9 on Windows 7 Pro 64-bit to ALWAYS run as administrator?
As Sara rightly says, don't do this. Do you have a related problem you're trying to solve?
Feb
14
comment Troubleshooting an overheating CPU
Have you tried using isopropyl and a lint-free cloth to remove the thermal paste and reseat the CPU?
Feb
6
answered Cannot view browser history in IE9
Jan
19
comment Internet Explorer refuses to connect to sites with untrusted SSL certificates
Thanks for posting. If this is indeed the solution, could you please mark this as your answer?
Dec
2
awarded  Vox Populi
Dec
2
awarded  Suffrage