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Aug
11
comment Music library deduplicator
@jtimberman - I don't remember if used it specifically across networked drives but I don't see why it shouldn't work. If you can access the directories and the data, it should not have any trouble with them.
Aug
11
comment Music library deduplicator
@Scott Weinstein - I don't think it cares about the file names, tags, or whatever. It does a binary comparison of the contents of the file. It shows the original and duplicate file (grouped together) in the selected directories where you can listen to them and delete the one you select. The older one is selected by default. Check out the tutorial here: mindgems.com/products/Fast-Duplicate-File-Finder/…
Aug
6
comment Is there such a thing as a video card capable of Deep Color?
I thought it was in the range of 32-bits (+/- a few billion colors). We'll see if 48-bit makes a difference or if it is going to be the next "resolution war."
Aug
6
comment Computer with no information at all ?— where to start?
+1 for Belarc Advisor. I install it on virtually every PC I install and save the report just to have a record of what was on the system on day one.
Jul
29
comment Need Software to Monitor Internet Uptime
That's what my ISP keeps telling me <smirk>
Jul
29
comment Which rootkit cleaner do you recommend for Windows XP?
+1 for anything from SysInternals. Bonus because you don't have to install anything. You can run it directly from the site download link.
Jul
25
comment Changing the date of a image file
This wont work unless they change the EXIF data first. The photo is being scanned so the EXIF will not be set to the date the original photo was taken.
Jul
24
comment What is the preferred way to access physical drives from VMware virtual machines?
Yes, I assume the corruption is from some sort of sharing conflict. But I'm not clear on how (or why) a "shared folder" would cause any less conflict than a "shared physical disk." Unless a "shared folder" uses something like Windows Network Sharing and Security interface. Is that it?