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May
23
answered Difference between shutting down and turning on vs. restart in Windows 8?
Mar
30
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Mar
30
comment Is there a shortcut key to run a query PHPMyAdmin?
apt-get did automatically installed 4.0.10deb1, but I wanted to have 4.3.3 to equalize other machine. (I installed it straight on a subfolder. apt-get installs on a virtual directory). both versions accepts ctrl-enter. I am using firefox on windows to access it.
Mar
30
comment Is there a shortcut key to run a query PHPMyAdmin?
I am using version 4.3.3
Mar
29
answered Is there a shortcut key to run a query PHPMyAdmin?
Mar
15
comment Cursor in nano jumps instead of scrolling
in my case, using nano via telnet with windows client, fails, but with putty's telnet client, works. Thanks
Apr
27
comment Are rar parts going to change while raring?
I dont know perhaps a checksum
Apr
27
asked Are rar parts going to change while raring?
Mar
29
comment How to change the location of password box on Windows 7 logon screen?
on first line you say Open authui.dll located in C:\Windows\system32 but that is a binary file. wtf?
Mar
28
comment intel hd graphics 3000, reduce shared memory allocation
@Ramhound x86 windows
Mar
28
asked intel hd graphics 3000, reduce shared memory allocation
May
16
answered Can I save a VM Image on an SD Card?
May
16
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
15
answered How to start a de-elevated cmd from admin command prompt
Mar
22
comment PC crashes with Power LED Blinking at 1 Second Interval
did you open the case and see the fan over the CPU working at the moment of crash? the rest of the stuff is realy marginal if this fan fails for a while. What about the power supply how many watts is it?
Mar
22
comment PC crashes with Power LED Blinking at 1 Second Interval
I supouse it is hardware related. Flashig leds or beeping are the few ways that hardware has to let know what is going on. did you check temperature?
Mar
22
comment Which ping sends “ICMP echo” as payload?
you are in the good way. I mean, asking why "ICMP echo" (which is imposible to google) and why 10 bytes. I can help just with hints and opinions. did you try to move yourdomain.com to a new IP, just to know if the pings follow the domain or the IP. Prehaps this was the IP of someone that his software checks for "internet conectivity", worst than that, perhaps that is the IP (or the domain) that someone (a bad one) choose to check "internet conectivity" even without the ownership.
Mar
21
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Mar
21
answered Which ping sends “ICMP echo” as payload?
Mar
21
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