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Jan
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answered My pc doesnt accept New Ram
Jan
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comment My pc doesnt accept New Ram
Do you still have your original RAM? If so, does the computer boot properly when they are inserted instead of the new ones?
Jan
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comment Create a Windows 7 System Repair ISO?
I think Microsoft has disabled them now in favor of their automated media creation tools.
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Dec
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answered Keyboard shortcuts for moving windows between screens doesn't work in Windows 10
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asked Keyboard shortcuts for moving windows between screens doesn't work in Windows 10
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comment Windows 10 computer can't connect to any other computer on the network
Not a fix for my computer, as it turns out. Mine already had the SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support installed.
Sep
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comment Windows 10 computer can't connect to any other computer on the network
I'll have to look into that when I get home. The Win10 PC with the problem was upgraded from 8.1, so that could very well be the issue, though I don't recall ever using or installing a Samba service on my other PCs. My previous fix of connecting once via IP address regressed to not working again at one point, though reconnecting via IP again turned it back on.
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comment Windows 10 computer can't connect to any other computer on the network
Printer and file sharing has been enabled since before I posted. As far as I can tell it is enabled on the Win7 desktop as well, for all the good it seems to do...
Aug
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Aug
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asked Windows 10 computer can't connect to any other computer on the network
Aug
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asked How do I prevent Microsoft Word from pasting a picture as a bullet?
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comment How to display default admin shares (C$) in Windows Explorer
Yep, I was aware that $ hid the share, and sharing out each drive is something I was trying to avoid doing (several desktops with multiple drives each). Since I've had computers automatically display the hidden shares before, I was hoping to figure out how to do it again. FWIW, $ only hides the shares for other Windows machines. My Linux and Android devices can see all the shares by default. Makes me think there is a setting (registry?) which is specific to the viewing machine, not the remote ones.