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comment Couldn't load setup.exe in BIOS
Try pressing F2 as you power on your laptop, until you enter the BIOS menu, and ensure USB and CD-ROM/DVD-ROM are enabled for booting.
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comment How to route a Router's wired WAN through my PC's Wireless LAN?
Second adapter can be built in your motherboard, wherever, as long as Windows sees it. I was talking about in the unlikely event your current "normal Wifi" is set to work on 192.168.137.X (not X.X.X.137) that you could encounter conflicts (it's probably 192.168.0.X or 192.168.1.X, so don't worry).
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answered How to route a Router's wired WAN through my PC's Wireless LAN?
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answered Does an OpenVPN client config .ovpn file require ssl keys or can I use a username and password instead?
Oct
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comment Does Windows know how to appropriately assign threads to a quad-core processor that has Hyper-Threading on?
I don't have a source but I believe Vista and up are "hyperthreading aware" and know the difference between real and hyperthreaded cores.
Oct
19
answered Does multiple cores in CPU affect how many programs I can run?
Oct
17
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17
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Oct
16
comment Is there a way to blacklist programs so that they can't be installed?
unchecky.com and superuser.com/questions/549028/…
Oct
16
answered Disable Logging on Raspian/Debian
Oct
15
comment Why flash drive has different capacity when formatted using FAT32 and NTFS?
NTFS requires extra space to store security descriptors, at the very least.
Oct
14
comment PC restarts randomly for unknown reasons. Possibly hardware issue. What could be wrong?
A bad PSU might be providing good power most of the time but then clipping it, causing random reboots.
Oct
13
comment Will Linux work correctly with full root partition?
What will your application do when it can't write to the log directory? I don't know, it depends on the application. There's a non-zero chance that your application will crash, it depends on what the developers programmed. It's not going to take out the kernel, but your app might die. Deleting the log file and restarting is an option if that is what happens and you can tolerate that. You should test it to find out for sure, or make sure your log files are rotated and shipped out of the system periodically if you need it running constantly.
Oct
13
answered Will Linux work correctly with full root partition?
Oct
13
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13
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Oct
13
answered How does HTTP become stateless?
Oct
9
answered Avoid UEFI Bios Hell?
Oct
8
answered BitTorrent seeding despite UPnP and NAT-PMP being turned off
Oct
8
answered How to run a BASH script in response to a network event?