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comment Buying a Windows 7 product key
Is there an updated link to purchase a Windows 7 key?
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comment Disable the Security Essentials End-of-Life Warning on Windows XP
@joeqwerty Feel free to post that as an answer, because that might be the best one. =)
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comment Disable the Security Essentials End-of-Life Warning on Windows XP
I posted an image of the notification area and the small message window with the notification. There is no entry in the Applications tab in Task Manager with the title of the notification ("Microsoft Security Essentials").
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comment Disable the Security Essentials End-of-Life Warning on Windows XP
Are you saying that Windows' Error Reporting feature has something to do with this message displayed by Security Essentials?
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comment Disable S.M.A.R.T. in Windows 7?
Is there a way to reverse the "ignore", by any chance?
Dec
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comment Problem removing US keyboard layout from input languages
Unfortunately I don't.
Dec
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comment Why does Windows 7 ask for additional drivers when installing from a USB 3.0 drive?
USB 3.0 controllers generally use Extensible Host Controller Interface (xHCI), and are not backward compatible with with the OHCI/UHCI and EHCI standards used for USB 1.x and USB 2.0, so the USB 2.0 drivers that ship with Windows 7 will not work with USB 3.0 controllers.
Nov
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comment How can I capture packets going from my router to a specific server?
How do I get tcpdump on there?
Nov
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comment How to map/bind mouse button as keyboard button in Windows 7?
Once you've installed X-Mouse Button Control, to set up a key mapping, right click on the mouse icon in the notification area ('system tray'), and choose Setup. Then, from the drop down list for the mouse button you want to map, pick the "Simulated Keys" option; that will open the dialog shown above, and you can enter a code for the keys you want pressed as explained there.