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comment How restore ip in the HP printer?
You might also see it in the control panel of your router. it will tell you which leases have been assigned to which ips. You can then work out which one it is by process of elimination, as you will know the ip addresses of the computers connected. Actually come to think of it, even the ip address will be there too.....
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comment What is better oil for oiling fans: grapeseed or refined?
Well that sent me rushing to Google :-) It seems the consensus is mineral oil, Vaseline being very good but takes a long while to work in. General view also is don't use WD40 or Graphite based products.
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comment How restore ip in the HP printer?
Hmm.. doesn't look like a mac address to me. Here you can find what to look out for: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC_address#Notational_conventions Most commonly it will look like this: 01:23:45:67:89:ab
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comment What is better oil for oiling fans: grapeseed or refined?
I think you would want to use something that doesn't attract dust, and most oils do. Oils are sticky...
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answered How restore ip in the HP printer?
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comment ffmpeg image2 avi quality
Avi is just the container. You need to look at the codec options too. Which codec you use would depend on what kind of device you plan to play back the video on and how large you want the final file to be.
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Do you see any kind of error message?
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comment Is there any way I can access a bitlocker encrypted Windows 7 drive from Linux?
Thank you. Good Idea -- I will try with a VM