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Jul
12
comment DVD/CD-ROM drives stop working in Windows 7
You should add to "Other things to try": reinstalling the cd/dvd rom driver. That fixed my problem. I did it after steps 1,2,3,4,5 and removing StarForce, Securom.
Feb
18
answered Chinese input apears after office 2010 updates
Feb
18
suggested rejected edit on Self installing East Asian language set. How to remove Asian languages from a language bar?
Feb
18
comment Self installing East Asian language set. How to remove Asian languages from a language bar?
Worked like a charm! +1!
Feb
15
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Feb
15
comment Chinese input apears after office 2010 updates
Too bad.. the languages are not listed on my machine... :/
Feb
14
comment Chinese input apears after office 2010 updates
It appears I have a similar problem only I have "Japanese and Korean invasion" :D Did you happen to find a way to fix this?
Feb
14
asked Windows 7_x64 automatically adds Japanese & Korean input languages upon Win restart
Feb
3
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Feb
3
accepted Relocate a LAN cable without breaking the network
Feb
2
comment Slow Hard Drive When Running Virtual Machine
Try updating your VirtualBox. The current version is 4.1.8 (virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads). If the problem doesn't resolve then it means probably you have something in the background that's running and writing all the time. Open a terminal and write "top". See what's going on while you're running VirtualBox and what's taking so much resources.
Feb
2
comment Cannot delete file in OS X
@Darksair I think if you use rm -rf it will probably also work. :)
Feb
2
comment How to open a list of URLs in Firefox or SeaMonkey?
This can easily be fixed with changing some settings in Firefox. Go to Edit->Preferences->Tabs and select "Open new window in new tab instead" :)
Feb
2
comment How to open a list of URLs in Firefox or SeaMonkey?
Hah... I haven't thought 'bout that one! I usually do it with firefox `cat file.txt` (as WakiMiko wrote). Anyway using your way will work on all OS. :D
Feb
2
comment How to open a list of URLs in Firefox or SeaMonkey?
This is not relevant - the users asks for a solution that will work on Linux machines!
Feb
1
comment Relocate a LAN cable without breaking the network
I don't see why I would use a switch/hub for this task?
Jan
31
comment Relocate a LAN cable without breaking the network
Yeah. I thought about that too. It's definitely the "right" way to go, though it won't be as easy as it sounds. (Look at my edit).
Jan
31
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Jan
31
revised Relocate a LAN cable without breaking the network
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Jan
31
comment Relocate a LAN cable without breaking the network
It's going all around the apartment. Probably it's about 20-25meters long until it goes into my server. The cable goes behind many heavy furniture and a couple of walls... That's why I don't want to get a new cable :)