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Jun
20
comment Windows XP Mode with Dual Monitors - Applications Not Appearing Correctly
We didn't figure it out. We actually scrapped the idea and worked on upgrading the application.
Mar
17
comment Cannot start Server service in Windows 7. Error 2: File Cannot be Found
2) No restore points available on this machine. I thought SP1 automatically took one, but apparently not.
Mar
17
comment Cannot start Server service in Windows 7. Error 2: File Cannot be Found
1) Tried this and it didn't do anything
Nov
9
comment How do people create DVDs which have more data that it allows
The only time you should use a program like this is if you are making a legal backup copy of a movie you have purchased. More times than not, its because the original is on a dual layer. There are applications out there that are better, in my opinion, on performing this same task because they allow you to remove unused languages and/or previews. Both typically take up between 0-20% of the space.
Nov
9
comment How do people create DVDs which have more data that it allows
To add to what I said above, check out the answer about transcoding. As that poster has mentioned, by reducing the bitrate, the quality is decreasing (which is what I meant when I said suffering).
Nov
9
comment Monitor of a machine that I remote to turns off
What are you using to remote into the machine. Remote Desktop, VNC? What kind of machine is this? Is it a laptop, desktop? What are the power settings?
Jan
22
comment Application Integration Mode within Windows 7 (“Windows XP Mode”)
not much. just a dedicated 2 GB to each. :p
Dec
9
comment Windows XP Mode with Dual Monitors - Applications Not Appearing Correctly
We may try this if we can't figure it out.
Dec
8
comment Windows XP Mode with Dual Monitors - Applications Not Appearing Correctly
Nope. All applications. So Microsoft Office, custom VB6/C++ apps, etc.
Sep
23
comment Outlook Settings - Saving “Expand All Groups”
Thanks. That's what I thought, but I wasn't 100% sure.