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I'm a engineer with people skills. I enjoy politics, English language, mathematics, and programming. In my free time, I build with LEGO bricks, I dance, and I break things (generally in order to fix them again).


Nov
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
10
comment My on-board Sound card is not working after installing video card
To confirm you should completely uninstall and remove your sound card drivers, reboot your computer, and reinstall the sound card drivers.
Nov
10
comment My on-board Sound card is not working after installing video card
Have you tried reinstalling the drivers for your old sound card?
Nov
10
comment Access the internal subnet that is hosted on different NIC
Have you tried bridging the two interfaces in the 2012 server?
Nov
10
revised Force a file to be opened using an application in the same drive (USB)
Corrected spelling, clarity, format
Nov
10
comment Setting laptop built-in display's resolution below 1024x768?
It might help if you explain the context. Why are you trying to set that low of a resolution?
Nov
10
comment Force a file to be opened using an application in the same drive (USB)
Based on your comments below, you should edit your question to clarify that you are looking for a solution that will work no matter what computer your plug your drive into.
Nov
10
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Oct
24
comment Why is my 3200x1800 laptop delivering a blurry image to my 1080p external monitor? (HDMI, Win 7)
It sounds like it's a problem with your monitor, not what's driving it, if you're having problems via HDMI and VGA with two different laptops.
Oct
24
comment Is it possible have speakers pluged in side speaker out?
This doesn't exactly meet what you're looking for, but the solution I went with for this exact problem was to use a spliter, and then power off my speakers when I didn't need them.
Oct
24
awarded  Necromancer
Oct
23
awarded  Revival
Oct
23
comment Computer starts and shuts down. After pushing the power on, it functions normally
I don't have anything specific. When we first got a machine that did that, I contacted Dell, and our support tech assured me it was normal. Sure enough, every computer since then has exhibited the same behavior. I just assumed it was a new normal since then.
Oct
23
answered Computer starts and shuts down. After pushing the power on, it functions normally
Oct
17
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
22
comment Chrome Referesh Problems
Sorry, didn't include that info. I'm on Ubuntu 14 with Chrome 37.0.2062.120.
Sep
22
asked Chrome Referesh Problems
May
21
comment Motherboard has one HDMI port but supports three monitors. How can it?
That VGA to DVI converter will only work if your monitor supports DVI-A. It will not work for all DVI monitors.
Mar
14
comment Why's Windows keep losing my storage device on reboot?
If that doesn't work, then it may be a problem with the mobo. According to Microsoft Documentation, the shutdown command should bypass hybrid shutdown unless specifically called using the /hybrid switch. Have you tried performing a reboot with a different OS, such as a Linux LiveCD?
Mar
14
answered Why's Windows keep losing my storage device on reboot?