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accepted Monitor flashes black when starting video files, opening folders with video files
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comment Monitor flashes black when starting video files, opening folders with video files
I did try updating them automatically using Nvidia's service, it's a GeForce 8400 GS
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comment Monitor flashes black when starting video files, opening folders with video files
I turned off hardware rendering (aka overlay checkbox) in VLC and it stopped happening - Does that mean it's a bad video card?
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comment Monitor flashes black when starting video files, opening folders with video files
I did actually try updating my driver, no dice there though. I'll take another look at what's installed
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comment Can't ping server 2k3 machine from win7 machine
Good point! My poor acceptance rate
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accepted Can't ping server 2k3 machine from win7 machine
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comment Is IPv6 'faster' than IPv4?
But it is essentially just to add more IP's? ; ) That is a lot more than I imagined v6 adding, and I thought it added quite a bit. Still, the adage is every time you give someone a mile of rope they realize they needed ten, with double the weight capacity. IP's on a molecular level with nano-tech could eat them up, who knows. (Then again I suppose you could nat that to your local organism IP)
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comment Is it possible to tell if a TrueCrypt container uses a password or keyfile (or both)?
Not trying to break into one mind you; I was just wondering if someone would know if I used a set of key files as opposed to a traditional password. Still that link answered a few questions for me, thanks!
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accepted Is it possible to tell if a TrueCrypt container uses a password or keyfile (or both)?
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comment Is it possible to tell if a TrueCrypt container uses a password or keyfile (or both)?
So looking at an encrypted partition/file sitting on a hard drive, there's no way to tell what it is?
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answered Can't ping server 2k3 machine from win7 machine