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comment Router access point
I suppose perhaps you mean reconfigure it as JUST a switch. Since when it runs as a router the built in switch still does switching.
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comment Different result from command line prog when run by Task Scheduler
have you tried just running date /t and then the pause command and compare the formats between batch file within cmd, and task scheduler
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comment Is it possible to undelete this registry value?
@The_IT_Guy_You_Don't_Like it's probably possible to retrieve it from that location, from the registry from the system restore, without having to do a system restore
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revised Is it possible to undelete this registry value?
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comment Strange socket behaviour
you could try cygwin and nc -l -p 1234 or nc -l 1234, (whichever the nc command is to get a listening server), And try connecting to it, see if it has the same issue as your program. (maybe always do -l -p to be safe, )
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comment Strange socket behaviour
so your program, when running on a particular computer, accepts a connection the first time, and fails the second time. Whereas when running on other computers, always accepts a connection?
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comment Strange socket behaviour
It may or may not be your code, but your statement "I checked for flaws in my code and found out it is flawless" <-- is a nonsense statement. You never really know if your code is flawless.. It might lack particular flaws.. but to say it's flawless is nonsense. Maybe some code has a security flaw due to the platform, so you can't really say it's flawless. You could say there's no flaw that you can determine. And you've chosen not to share the code, because you think it's flawless. Anyhow, your question kind of borderlines SO vs superuser..You may need to do more troubleshooting of some kind
Apr
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accepted How can I determine if I have one process with two threads, or two processes?
Apr
25
comment How can I determine if I have one process with two threads, or two processes?
@magicandre1981 looking here stackoverflow.com/questions/4190949/… i'd guess that it's the case that a thread always involves specific functions within the said process, and never involves invoking a process?
Apr
25
asked How can I determine if I have one process with two threads, or two processes?
Apr
24
comment Grep equivalent for Windows 7?
@Kozuch unless you state how it didn't work, then your comment is not useful
Apr
24
comment Grep equivalent for Windows 7?
you also write that SFUA is in some ways better. In what ways?
Apr
23
comment How can I display all 8 NTFS timestamps?
may be relevant forensicswiki.org/wiki/MAC_times
Apr
23
revised How can I display all 8 NTFS timestamps?
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Apr
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revised How can I display all 8 NTFS timestamps?
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Apr
22
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Apr
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Apr
22
comment Win10- How do you boot into the repair screen manually?
You are just repeatedly saying it's crap, and now making an analogy to dog poop, you are not saying anything informative, and are essentially trolling.
Apr
21
comment Win10- How do you boot into the repair screen manually?
@ Moab if you can't quote a specific line and state why you think it's a load of crap, then i'm not interested and there's no point in you giving your opinion(if you're not backing it up with argument, which you didn't in your last comment where you wrote "a load of crap my friend"),
Apr
21
comment How to open Command Prompt in a specific folder as Administrator?
@ths pushd works for unc where cd doesn't, indeed. But your slight suggestion that cd won't change to other drives is incorrect, see cd /d (as you probably know).