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comment Adapter TRENDNET USB A — PS/2 doesn't work on notebook Asus
@billc.cn, I saw "a new device" icon in the tray, then I even could move the cursor a few pixels, but not like with an USB mouse. It stopped working in seconds.
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comment Adapter TRENDNET USB A — PS/2 doesn't work on notebook Asus
@Journeyman Geek As I wrote in the question, yes, it does work: "it does work with my desktop computer, which is already has PS/2 sockets".
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comment Where Catalyst stores applist for switchable graphics?
Please see my update. I've attached a screenshot.
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comment Where Catalyst stores applist for switchable graphics?
Yep, I'm admin and UAC is turned off. What more permissions should I have?
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comment 7-Zip CMD: Add current date to archive and include only the last modified folder in archive
Even more. I'm using en-US locale as default for en-US Windows Server. Neither comma instead of point, nor 24H instead of AM/PM. But I've changed date format to dd.mm as it's used in user output. What if someone changes it back to default?
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comment 7-Zip CMD: Add current date to archive and include only the last modified folder in archive
The only way to be sure the command will work even after locale is changed. +1.
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comment 7-Zip CMD: Add current date to archive and include only the last modified folder in archive
OK. Then you change your locale and this stops working. Don't rely on string operations. That's why I'm still using WinRAR though it's less efficient.
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