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Jul
16
accepted Windows 7 computer suddenly stops responding to mouse
Jul
16
comment Windows 7 computer suddenly stops responding to mouse
Thanks! What I was to uninstall the device driver for the mouse while it was unplugged, and then plugged it back in afterwards. The driver re-installed, and then the mouse worked again! Saved!
Jul
16
comment Windows 7 computer suddenly stops responding to mouse
@Bilo, make that advice an answer and I will accept it. I tried it and it worked.
Jul
15
comment Windows 7 computer suddenly stops responding to mouse
Two known good mice, one wired the other wireless, and attached to known working USB ports. It's not a mouse problem.
Jul
15
comment Windows 7 computer suddenly stops responding to mouse
Haven't tried that. I will give it a shot.
Jul
15
asked Windows 7 computer suddenly stops responding to mouse
May
18
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
13
comment How do I move my My Documents, My Pictures, and My Videos to a different hard disk
This appears to be for transferring to a new computer, not within the existing computer.
Apr
13
accepted How do I move my My Documents, My Pictures, and My Videos to a different hard disk
Apr
12
asked How do I move my My Documents, My Pictures, and My Videos to a different hard disk
Dec
9
accepted How does one stop a website in IIS 7.5
Dec
9
comment How does one stop a website in IIS 7.5
Yes, that does work for a Web Site, and answers the question, but it appears that I stated the question incorrectly. IIS 7.5 distinguishes between Web Site and Application, and my situation is an Application in a Web Site. The right-click on an Application does not provide a Stop or Start selection in Manage Application. On the other hand, if I right-click on the Web Site (a level above the Application), the Stop and Start are visible in Manage Web Site. Since the answer does answer the question, as stated, I'm accepting it. I just have to understand that Applications can't be restarted.
Dec
9
asked How does one stop a website in IIS 7.5
Dec
5
answered Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?
Dec
5
revised Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?
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Dec
5
comment Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I have changed the question so that it is looking for a MediaWiki-specific answer. Yes, I know it takes more than one vote to close -- I have close-vote privileges in other SE's -- but vote #2 has arrived! It's about to be strangled at birth! :-)
Dec
5
revised Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?
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Dec
5
revised Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?
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Dec
5
comment Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I saw that question, but the answer to it relies upon the site being on a Windows server -- which is why I included the sentence "This MediaWiki site is hosted on a Linux server." Unless you can tell me that Active Directory or LDAP is available on Linux?
Dec
5
asked Is there a way to restrict read access to pages in MediaWiki?