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Dec
13
comment Why do video cables (DVI, VGA) still screw in?
+1 for mentioning the simple fact that heavier cables are less likely to stay in place properly, aside from the delicate pins.
Dec
13
comment “This app can't run on your PC” is displayed when running a program
Feel free to accept your own answer, as to help others that are looking for a solution.
Dec
12
comment Why isnt the ISO I burned to a DVD bootable?
Hence my comment about looking that up online ;) Though I must admit it's hard with those keywords: "Windows 7 Disk Image Burner"...
Dec
12
comment Why isnt the ISO I burned to a DVD bootable?
Can you confirm that you burned the image as a boot image ? This is crucial information that you should add to your question.
Dec
12
comment Why isnt the ISO I burned to a DVD bootable?
Have you tried googling for that ?
Dec
12
comment Why isnt the ISO I burned to a DVD bootable?
Please specify the application you use to burn the dvd.
Dec
12
comment Is it possible to fix photos that are blurred?
Fair enough. Either way, it's always going to be subjective, especially without more specific info and/or examples from the OP.
Dec
11
comment Is it possible to fix photos that are blurred?
Define as close as possible to blur-free. You're kind of contradicting yourself. In my understanding he wants exactly that: a blur-free picture. "Almost blur-free" does not equal blur-free, as you would get without the "blur setting". Hence my answer: not possible.
Dec
11
comment Is it possible to fix photos that are blurred?
True, I assumed he was going for a perfect shot (like without the "blur setting", whatever that may be). I'll edit this in my answer.
Dec
5
comment What does this light shaped like a cylinder mean?
True, I meant the Stack Exchange network (of sites). I'll edit my answer.
Dec
5
comment How to remove program shortcuts on the desktop in window in Windows 7
I'm sure Windows will not delete the program, only the shortcut.
Dec
5
comment What does this light shaped like a cylinder mean?
I'm surprised you didn't find an answer in your laptop's user manual. You did check your user manual, didn't you ?
Dec
4
comment No POST / BIOS after CPU change
Obvious question, but have you made 100% sure you connected all cables for power and (CPU) fans, AND connected them in the right way ? I once gave myself heaps of trouble by connecting a power supply cable upside down (I assumed this is not possible, but now I know it is).
Dec
3
comment How can I remap the keys for a specific keyboard?
See this for remapping of keys. No idea if you can differentiate between two keyboards on the same machine...
Oct
12
comment Is microsoft security essentials good enough to secure PC
+1 for advising to run a 'manual' spyware scanner, next to the always-on virus scanner. Virus scanners are seldom very good at catching spyware and trojans.
Oct
8
comment Can I switch input methods while Caps Lock is being held down on Windows?
Maybe one could cook up something with MSKLC ?
Oct
8
comment Can I switch input methods while Caps Lock is being held down on Windows?
I reread your question, and I think I misunderstood you initially. If you want the CapsLock to do a different keyboard layout 'overlay' while pressing it, then that is indeed very difficult to achieve. No idea how you would do that, sorry.
Oct
8
comment Sql Server Management Studio: Change Prefix or Suffix characters
Do you actually use prefixes/suffixes for your table names ? If so, edit them into your question, please. If not, then it's probably a different issue entirely, like you probably suspect.
Sep
24
comment How do I get to know the PCIe version on my Motherboard?
Well, looking at the PCIe history, you can deduct which (major) version it is by looking at the year you bought the board. If it's before 2007, it most definitely is v1.x
Sep
24
comment How do I get to know the PCIe version on my Motherboard?
The motherboard is not very recent, as you still have regular PCI expansion slots. This, together with the fact that HP's support page doesn't list the version, leads me to believe that the PCI Express slot will be one of the first generations. Some manufacturers print the PCIe version on the board itself, maybe you can check that ?