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comment Is there any 'sudo' command for Windows?
alias sudo='elevate -w'
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asked Share internet connection to ethernet and hosted network
Mar
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answered Windows 7 Start Menu Items Missing
Mar
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comment Adding a file to a foobar playlist without switching to that playlist
actually ctrl+c and ctrl+v works as well.
Mar
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comment How do I connect two modems (RJ45) into a single computer?
I wanted to combine their speed, I've already found a software but don't know how to do the hardware.
Mar
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comment Compress a 1GB file into 200_MB?
noped, I have not.
Mar
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comment After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters
No problem, @David's answer seems to have fixed it :D
Mar
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comment After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters
That worked! Thank you so much.
Mar
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accepted After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters
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comment After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters
I've also included another screenshot, thanks!
Mar
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revised After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters
added 73 characters in body
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comment After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters
Hi, I think you overlooked. If you checked the drives labelled 'Storage' They both have the same storage space and label. I tried renaming one and the other gets renamed as well when I refresh.
Mar
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asked After repartitioning, one partition now uses two drive letters