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Jan
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answered How to lock Windows 7 computer automatically instead of sleeping?
Jan
21
comment Share files on external hard disk via router?
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Yes my mistake, I misread your comment as "A NAS" as though you were telling him he will need to buy a NAS device for disks, etc. You did in fact just say NAS. Thank you for pointing that out. My apologies.
Jan
21
comment Share files on external hard disk via router?
In my curiosity I looked further at these devices and found a TP Link, if you like that brand and want to keep it across the board for your home, it is about half the price of the one i cited as an example in my answer but does not cite any NAS functionality however: tp-link.com/en/products/details/cat-4759_TL-PS310U.html
Jan
21
comment Share files on external hard disk via router?
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 No, he does not "need" a NAS. Incorrect information.
Jan
21
answered Share files on external hard disk via router?
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Oct
23
reviewed Approve Can I keep firefox running in the background?
Oct
23
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Oct
23
revised 4k Monitor. Higher PPI than iMac 27". More Pixelated than iMac
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Oct
19
comment System No Boot no video after failed BIOS update
Agree with @Ramhound, that warning in red at the bottom is there for good reason. The Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) is the very first part a computer runs through in order to actually boot. If this system is damaged, the machine is essentially a brick. Some research is not showing any reversion process or back-up BIOS on this unit. I'm sorry.
Oct
19
reviewed Approve GIMP save PNG in 16 and 24 bit
Oct
19
reviewed Approve Wifi settings do not show up
Oct
19
answered How to keep OS X server up after booting without user having to sign in?
Oct
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reviewed Approve From Word to PDF including bookmarks
Oct
15
reviewed Approve In Sublime, what do the left/right arrow buttons do in the top left of the interface?
Oct
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reviewed Approve finding MAC address from a remote computer using a private IP
Oct
13
reviewed Approve Windows 7 [USB Create Copy via Cmd]
Oct
13
reviewed Approve How to pin either a Shortcut or a Batch file to the new Windows 7, 8 and 10 Taskbar and start menu?
Oct
13
reviewed Approve bcdedit /deletevalue safeboot error
Oct
13
comment How to keep OS X server up after booting without user having to sign in?
Is FileVault turned on on this Mac? It sounds to me like it is because an encrypted mac boots to the logon screen first, but the OS isn't running at this point. Since the OS isn't running, the Mac cannot regulate temperature, or monitor other vital systems, and protect itself if it overheats or something. Thus it will only run a few minutes to allow someone the opportunity to log back on, but shuts off to protect itself if no one does. If FileVault is not on, then this is odd behavior.