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Nov
5
answered windows terminal commands not working
Nov
5
comment Outdated Trusted Root Certification Authority in Windows 7?
Go to Control Panel\System and Security\Windows Update. In the panel on the left, select "Restore hidden updates". You will then see a list of updates which you or the system administrator have previously chosen to hide from the list of available updates - usually this will include things like Language Packs, or additional Microsoft software (e.g.: Silverlight) that you don't ever expect to need. See if there's a Trusted Root CA or other security update among those. If so, un-hide it and run the update.
Nov
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comment Outdated Trusted Root Certification Authority in Windows 7?
Have you checked for any "hidden" updates in Windows Update?
Nov
5
comment Outdated Trusted Root Certification Authority in Windows 7?
Additionally, some more information could be useful: What OS version & service pack are you running? What browser version? What specific websites are you trying to access? Do you have this problem on other computers, or on the same computer with different browsers? What's the exact error you are getting? Can you bypass the error via some sort of "Proceed Anyway" option (usually available for cases such as this)?
Nov
5
comment Outdated Trusted Root Certification Authority in Windows 7?
There is a big difference between the issue in the article and yours. The article targets small companies who are having problems because their websites are often not signed by one of the big universally-trusted Root CAs. The problem you are having is with accessing the website of one really big company who does have SSL certs signed by one of the regular Root CAs. There's no reason you should be using OpenSSL as described in that article to create certs for Google's websites. Make sure your system time is correct, and you've applied all OS & browser updates.
Nov
1
asked How can I judge the suitability of modern processors for systems with specific CPU requirements?
Nov
1
comment How do I calculate clock speed in multi-core processors?
Many of the answers here do a good job of explaining why e.g. a quad-core 2 GHz processor is not necessarily equal to a single-core 8 GHz processor. However, I'm having a difficult time divining how multi-core processor speeds should be regarded when deciding a system's suitability for an application that lists a specific speed and number of cores in its requirements? (e.g.: Borderlands 2 requires a 2.4 GHz dual-core processor. Should we expect a lower-speed quad-core, or higher-speed single-core to do just as well?) Is that (or could it be) answered here, or should it be a separate question?
Oct
31
comment Word 97 Printer Properties crashes
No, I'm talking about whatever is supposed to finish the sentence "We can also go to Printer and Faxes, select the printer, and..."
Oct
30
comment Word 97 Printer Properties crashes
It looks like your question is missing some details, just before the event log information. Could you fill in the missing bits?
Oct
30
revised Word 97 Printer Properties crashes
added 32 characters in body
Oct
30
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Oct
28
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Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
See this question for my real issue.
Oct
24
accepted Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
Oct
24
asked Freeze top row, plus a range, in Excel
Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
Ok. I think I found the answer to the question I asked, but then realized the question I asked is the wrong question. Select I2, then use Freeze Panes. This will freeze what I've described, but not quite in the way I really want it.
Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
No tables, no filters. There's some named ranges, but none for which this makes sense.
Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
That froze A:I and rows 1:12.
Oct
24
asked Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
Oct
22
comment Comparing two columns in Microsoft Excel
I've recently also discovered ISERROR, which can shorten this up a bit. Will edit later.