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awarded  Yearling
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reviewed Close Windows 7 can not rename a file to 'aux.svg': “The specified device name is invalid”
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comment Windows 7 can not rename a file to 'aux.svg': “The specified device name is invalid”
Most of the Win32 API, including Explorer and the common file dialogs, will not allow you to create files that match a couple old reserved DOS device names such as con, prn, aux.
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reviewed Leave Open Under what circumstance is one justified in ruling a [usb flash, thumb drive] to be dead?
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reviewed Close Mobile Intel® GMA 4500MHD boost
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reviewed Leave Open If I have a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, what is the next valid subnet mask address
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reviewed Close looking for method to synch windos PCs to a backup NAS running Ubuntu server
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reviewed Leave Open Windows XP Dell GX280 hardware issue
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reviewed Leave Open Questions about USB graphics cards
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revised Can my Windows 8 computer turn on by itself?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Play Model M key sound on keypress
This might get you by until you find something that lets you customize the sound: grc.com/freeware/clickey.htm
Jul
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answered Can my Windows 8 computer turn on by itself?
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answered Windows XP Dell GX280 hardware issue
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answered How to Call via a PC and Modem?
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revised When should I use hard links as opposed to soft links?
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comment When should I use hard links as opposed to soft links?
Well ... keep in mind a hardlink doesn't really make an additional copy of the data of the file. It's another physical directory entry. So two hardlinks to a file won't change the disk space used very much.
Jul
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answered When should I use hard links as opposed to soft links?
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answered Port forwarding between NIC cards
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comment ISP Couldn't Verify My HFC MAC Id
"An Internet Service Provider whom I used in the past" - If this is not your current ISP, then why would you give them a dime?