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Jun
24
comment How to find start/end cluster for a file
possible duplicate of How do I determine what file occupies a given sector?
Jun
24
comment How to find start/end cluster for a file
What if the file is fragmented?
Jun
24
comment Computer keeps restarting
Hmmm, interesting. So all of the sticks of RAM seem to be good, as do all of the slots. That bit about the fan might be the clue. When you said that you tried resetting the BIOS, what do you mean? Do you mean by entering the BIOS? Does you motherboard have a special key that you can press/hold to reset the BIOS without entering the BIOS at all? Does it have a jumper or something on the board that you can short-circuit to clear the BIOS? What make/model is your motherboard?
Jun
24
revised Computer keeps restarting
Added test results and new information.
Jun
24
comment Computer keeps restarting
Try going back to just 1GB and see if it still works. If so, move that stick of RAM to a different slot and retry. Do this for each of the RAM slots to determine if it is the slot that has the problem. It is possible that the 3rd stick damaged something, but fortunately, is usually unlikely.
Jun
24
revised Computer keeps restarting
Rewrote for (English) grammar and a little clarity.
Jun
24
reviewed Reject Computer keeps restarting
Jun
24
reviewed Approve NoMachine NX shadowing doesn't scale desktop correctly
Jun
24
comment Why does restarting/resetting the router work?
Exactly. After all, a router is essentially just a small computer. If rebooting fixes most problems for a computer, then it stands to reason that it would have the same effect for a router (or a modern game console, smartphone, Internet toaster, Japanese toilet, and any other device that has a computer in it).
Jun
24
comment How can I determine if the current version of Windows is either 32-bit or 64-bit from the command line?
@AlixAxel, well they said command-line, so presumably, if anything, Batch.
Jun
24
answered How can I determine if the current version of Windows is either 32-bit or 64-bit from the command line?
Jun
24
comment How can I determine if the current version of Windows is either 32-bit or 64-bit from the command line?
I get Invalid Query in XP.
Jun
24
comment How can I determine if the current version of Windows is either 32-bit or 64-bit from the command line?
XP?​​​​​​​​​​​​
Jun
24
revised Good process specific packet sniffer / viewer?
added 3 characters in body
Jun
24
revised Quick easy program to view network traffic?
added 18 characters in body
Jun
24
comment Windows 7 - Open the Volume Control popup from the command prompt
> the window placement seems random It’s not random; new windows open by default one title-bars height to the right and below the previous one up to a point, then reset to the top-left.
Jun
24
comment Windows 7 - Open the Volume Control popup from the command prompt
Does Windows 7 still support the /s switch?
Jun
23
comment 3 JEDEC timing table vs 4 (Memory)
> Slot one will have JDEC #'s 1-3 and Slot two will have JDEC #'s 4-7. So slot one has three and slot two has four? o.O
Jun
23
comment PC version of Google Chrome doesn't recognize “.local” domain name
Instead of prepending https://, append a /: prosseek.local/. If that doesn’t work, then Chrome just doesn’t support .local URLs. Check if you are using the latest version, and if so, then just give it time (or file a bug-report/feature-request since it does not seem to have come up already).
Jun
22
answered What does the 7 stand for in 7-Zip (.7z )?