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Mar
12
comment two monitors running two different applications
Why close this question? Maybe the answer to his question is simply what slhck said. Most people wouldn't know about that since most people don't use two monitors. I think what @slhck said is worth him posting as an answer. Since it directly answers his question, and it's not obvious either(except to those that have already done it and know)!
Mar
12
revised Batch file for creating files according to the days in a month
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Mar
11
comment Delete all sentences containing English in Notepad++
if you had a script which tagged sentences based on language like <french>......</french> it could use some algorithm to do that. I doubt NPP would. You could easily delete with notepad++ after that. You could ask on stackoverflow about the algorithm and programming language. But I don't know why you say about punctuation, if for some reason your A-Z was nearly there, then if you want you could do [-A-Za-z,_.] see regular-expressions.info/charclass.html "Metacharacters Inside Character Classes"
Mar
11
comment Add a new partition to Windows
after booting off the CD you are running the partition programming off the CD and yes you can add a partition, resize a partition on a hard drive in your computer that you didn't boot from. Then you can boot off the hard drive.
Mar
10
comment Add a new partition to Windows
I just looked up about Partition manager which you said you tried, as well as a free home edition, has a free bootable cd too, partitionwizard.com/download/pwhe7.iso so you can boot off that. I have heard good things of gparted and partedmagic which is based on it.
Mar
10
comment Add a new partition to Windows
i've done it on spinning disk drives many times, used partition magic(not free). You can't resize a partition that you are booting from. So you have to boot off another partition, or a CD or floppy disk or USB stick and run the partition program. Partition magic for example when I used it had "rescue disks" which was a partition magic for DOS you could boot off a floppy. Probably some of the partition programs you've tried could boot off CD.
Mar
10
comment Add a new partition to Windows
some free software to resize a partition will do it. not sure which. the idea is resize the partition to make it smaller then you'll have room to create a new one.
Mar
10
comment Computer hard-rebooting when using Windows, but the BIOS works
I have heard of restarts not appearing in event log though, a power fault might do it like a bad power supply..other than that, perhaps, as mentioned, perhaps ram or cpu.
Mar
10
comment Computer hard-rebooting when using Windows, but the BIOS works
have you turned off automatic restart? like, xp has an automatic restart option you can turn off, maybe if you turn it off you'll see a blue screen. Maybe there are things in your event log. In XP at least, look for red xs, and then if I recall, look for exclamation marks. I think I might've had a CD drive related thing give an exclamation mark in an event log(application or system i'm not sure), and I found that might've happened at the same time as a restart and I addressed that. maybe stopping a service related to it or something. a strange problem but anyhow, look more in the event log.
Mar
10
comment What is the '+' at the end of long listing format?
looks like it's along these lines superuser.com/questions/66722/… superuser.com/questions/198758/…
Mar
10
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Mar
9
comment Batch file for creating files according to the days in a month
the chat is not live, so just go in now and type what you want and when i'm online i'll type what I want, then you come in later and type what you want etc. we don't have to be in there at the same time.
Mar
9
comment Batch file for creating files according to the days in a month
I missed your last comment. Do you have enough rep to join the discussion now?
Mar
8
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Mar
8
comment Saving .doc file to .docx file in word 2007 losing the bullet list
@HellScream even your comment is badly written and unreadable, you've actually confused things. Maybe you did deserve -1. His question is doc to docx, and zamzar does that. So despite your comment, your answer would apply to that.
Mar
8
comment Saving .doc file to .docx file in word 2007 losing the bullet list
Yes, and I think he should've written the word zamzar in his post. And mentioned what it does. Not just for the sake of the original poster, but for others. Pretty bad answer considering how simple it was to give. But as a solution to this simple problem it's reasonable. But he should also have said some alternative routes covering if it doesn't work, instead of "tell me if this doesn't work".
Mar
8
comment Saving .doc file to .docx file in word 2007 losing the bullet list
+1 to remove the -1. you're right he can try converting it through zamzar or through youconvertit and see if it retained the bullet points.
Mar
8
comment Saving .doc file to .docx file in word 2007 losing the bullet list
dude, if you opened it in Word 2007 and the bullet points were still there, and you lost them when saving it as docx, then save it as something else and see if they are retained.
Mar
8
comment Adding DDR2 1066MHz to DDR2 800MHz memory
Quality is a silly word though which the OP used to describe RAM speed. 6GB is so much RAM, that maybe less like 4GB, but more MHz may be more beneficial? Also with your second paragraph, if the majority of the time 4GB isn't consumed, then I suppose it'd follow that he'd be best off with 4GB of faster RAM. Though if frequently 4GB is consumed, then I suppose he might want the 6GB slower RAM.
Mar
8
comment WinXP Get DVD/CD Drives Working
Every single link you posted doesn't support what you said, for further info, see chat.