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awarded  Famous Question
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accepted Running Windows Batch File without Popup
Jun
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accepted Excel Extending Equations
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asked Excel Extending Equations
May
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comment Running Windows Batch File without Popup
@techie007 I edited my bat commands to have a start in front of the dropbox. So now it reads start "C:\Users\Name\AppData\Roaming\Dropbox\bin\Dropbox.exe" but I'm still getting a persistent cmd window that I have to manually close. Like I said, I don't care if it shows up I just want it to close automatically when it's done.
May
20
comment Running Windows Batch File without Popup
this does not really help me as it just minimizes the window; I need it to close, I don't care if the window shows up for a few seconds as long as it closes it self after finishing. This minimization step just has it minimized on my taskbar until I manually pull it up and close it myself.
May
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asked Running Windows Batch File without Popup
May
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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accepted Windows 8.1 Black Screen
Apr
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comment Windows 8.1 Black Screen
yep this was part of the problem. I figured it out, there are mixed drivers for the graphics card. Windows wants to install its own while I have the vendor graphics drivers...they both clash and boom problem. All i have to do is uninstall window's graphics drivers, install the vendors and then do a windows update (this time it won't bother with the graphics card since it sees there's already a driver for it) and then all is good
Apr
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asked Windows 8.1 Black Screen
Mar
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comment Loading in a new drive
when you said go into BIOS, would I go into the boot settings and set the SSD to master drive or something?
Mar
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accepted Loading in a new drive
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asked Loading in a new drive
Feb
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accepted Using USB to HDMI to extend screen
Feb
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comment Using USB to HDMI to extend screen
@techie007 so would the adapter I linked above from amazon be good enough to stream video without any lag? Btw, I was going to get an amazon 4-port USB 3.0 hub to go along with my purchase.