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revised SSD is recognized by linux liveUSB but not by Windows on Asus G73JW laptop
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comment SSD is recognized by linux liveUSB but not by Windows on Asus G73JW laptop
@Reeves I'm afraid you misread what I wrote then. The only places where I said the SSD was recognized and working, was in the BIOS and when booting Linux from a Live USB. Under windows it is not recognized. (So I do not see any typo's. The HDD obviously is recognized everywhere, else I won't get into windows.)
Dec
17
comment SSD is recognized by linux liveUSB but not by Windows on Asus G73JW laptop
@Daniel No, that's where I looked and it's not showing up.
Dec
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comment SSD is recognized by linux liveUSB but not by Windows on Asus G73JW laptop
msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/… Should not be a problem according to the windows help pages...
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accepted Is there a time management tool that allows to study browsing time?
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comment Is there a time management tool that allows to study browsing time?
As far as I can see, it only offers a manual input of what you're doing. If this were a solution she could as well email me the overview, the problem is exactly that she doesn't realize where her time goes in and she doesn't have the discipline to rigorously insert everything manually, hence the need of at least automated tracking.
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comment How to stop my mouse from moving through the right edge of the screen on Kubuntu?
I have the same problem, but I effective have 3 screens and xorg.conf lists 3, while there appears to be a 4th one on the right (just for the mouse). Did you happen to find an alternative approach for your problem? Wherever I seek, I find your topics...
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