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I develop software and websites.


Aug
21
answered DropBox sync on Ubuntu Server stopped working
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
14
comment Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
You're right. The readable data was there in the window but in using the scrollbar the data in the window was scrolling much faster than it appeared to be and I was scrolling right past it!
Feb
10
comment Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
I did scroll down through the entire file and also used a database with a lot of text data in it so would expect to have seen it quite easily. I will try the same hex editor you used and in Windows (I'm on Ubuntu) but I expect that shouldn't really matter. If you can think of any other reason why it doesn't show please let me know. Thanks.
Feb
9
comment Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
I had tried opening my own ACCDE files in a Hex editor but was only able to read "Standard Jet DB" at the beginning. The rest was garbled even though there is text data in the database. These are non-encrypted and can be opened in the viewer "MDB View Plus" without a password. Any idea why this would be? Thanks.
Feb
9
comment Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
Helpful answer, thanks, and a nice touch with the images. :)
Feb
9
accepted Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
Feb
8
comment Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
The question is being asked for security considerations regarding software I am using to store confidential information.
Feb
8
revised Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
clarification
Feb
8
revised Is it possible to convert a Microsoft Access MDE file to an ACCDE file?
explaining that another answer is the correct solution
Feb
8
asked Can data in the Access 2007 ACCDE file format be viewed outside of Access?
Oct
17
awarded  Teacher
Oct
17
answered Re-enable editable file path in Nautilus
Oct
4
comment Why won't my PC display to my TV?
Can you find a manual for your TV (online or in the box)? My TV's manual explained that only certain resolutions will work on it. If you can find a way to set the resolution that Windows 7 uses as it boots it would probably fix it. I don't use Windows 7 (only XP) so I can't help further but I am looking to resolve a similar problem on XP now. If I find a solution that is relevant I will post it here.
Oct
4
revised Text mode console output shows a blank screen
Removed descriptions of related issues in Windows as it would be better answered in a separate question to one about Ubuntu
Oct
4
accepted Text mode console output shows a blank screen
Oct
4
comment Text mode console output shows a blank screen
I will mark this as the answer and I think I will edit out the Windows related stuff and post a new question for getting into safe mode as I don't think that's resolvable using grub and a different skillset is required to answer. Thanks for the help.
Oct
4
comment Text mode console output shows a blank screen
After setting GRUB_GFXMODE=1024x768 and GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=keep I can now see the console after pressing CTRL+ALT+F1 (...F6). Also, instead of the "no signal" message after selecting a grub menu option, I see the brown screen with the Ubuntu loading image (very briefly, but that's probably a good thing). I still am not able to use Memtest from the grub menu but I expect this may be unresolvable (correct me if I am wrong) without just getting a proper monitor.
Sep
17
revised Increasing maximum VGA Output Screen Resoluton on Ubuntu 9.04
Title on its own didn't really indicate the problem to be solved
Sep
17
revised Text mode console output shows a blank screen
added extra link and pointer to a possible solution