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Feb
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comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
If it is a fresh install I would say the entire OS would be less then 10gb, but I would probably set aside 15 - 20 GB if you had the extra room.
Feb
28
comment How to combine values from multiple rows into a single row in Excel?
Yea would be tough unless you always had alternating columns with missing data like you do in the example. If this isnt the case then there isnt a way for Excel to logically do what you want it too.
Feb
28
comment How to combine values from multiple rows into a single row in Excel?
You will run into issues though with cells that have no value in column B because Excel will have no way of knowing that the value in B2 and B3 are in someway related.
Feb
28
answered How to combine values from multiple rows into a single row in Excel?
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
Take a look at this, maybe it will help: tech-forums.net/computer_articles/restore/restore-disk.php
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
All the packages i've seen out there would require you to at minimum insert a boot cd, as is the case with Acronis or Ghost. You can store the system image on another drive but in either event you would need to insert a boot disk to kick off the process.
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
For what your trying to do I wouldnt do the System Restore, instead create a full system image using the tools Windows has. Control Panel >> System & Security >> Backup and restore >> Create System Image
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
There are other products out the too like Acronis that will create full system images which you can store on DVD or any location and if something were to happen just boot the system with your Acronis CD and then load the image.
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
Yes you can, you would just boot the dead machine up using a Windows DVD then instead of selecting the install option you can go to Advanced and then select Restore from Image.
Feb
28
comment How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
Windows already has that built in System Restore in Accessories >> System Tools >> System Restore. Windows can also create a complete system image which allows you to save the image as a DVD, on a network location, or on another drive. Go to Control Panel >> System & Security >> Backup and restore. If you want to store the image on another drive then the second option would be best
Feb
28
answered How to Create “Factory Reset” Image on Partitioned Drive
Feb
28
comment How can I install git on a CentOS system without an internet connection?
Your better off getting the machine on the net somehow to install the "Developer Tools" which has nearly 100 packages your going to need including GCC --- yum -y groupinstall "development tools"
Feb
28
answered How to open the Recycle Bin from the Windows command line?
Feb
28
comment How can I install git on a CentOS system without an internet connection?
Ahh missed that sorry, installing gcc from source would be a nightmare without doing it through YUM do to all the dependencies it requires.
Feb
28
answered How can I install git on a CentOS system without an internet connection?
Feb
28
comment Shall I prefer to log in as machine administrator or domain administrator when repairing stations?
Unless your transferring files back to your host machine or any other machine you will be fine to log in as an admin via RDP and remove the malware or virus
Feb
28
comment Shall I prefer to log in as machine administrator or domain administrator when repairing stations?
The virus can do damage with or without the Admin privelages. You logging in to a machine as an admin is going to do any additional harm especially since your logging in via RDP, your machine is fine. I assume your only logging in to run some virus software?
Feb
28
answered Shall I prefer to log in as machine administrator or domain administrator when repairing stations?
Feb
28
comment Find user running windows process
Hmmm you can try installing an application to help you, technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653