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comment Renaming an Invalid Filename in NTFS
7z worked some magic for my case, which was filenames ending with a non-compliant space character. I tried a ton of utilities for dealing with this but only 7z worked.
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comment Soundcard beeping all the time!
Any change when unplugging the keyboard?
May
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answered Image formats that support layers
May
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comment Image formats that support layers
Layers are not included in baseline TIFF.
May
12
comment Looking for a Linux or Windows command line .WAV file checker
@paradroid I also submitted a feature request to the devs of shntool to add a new 'check' mode with exit status set. No response, so dunno how fruitful that'll be.
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comment Why can't I ping my PS3 Using a wired connection?
I agree with Andrejs's idea. I guess one thing I'd look for is not only whether the PC can ping the PS3, but whether it even even ARP for it. Some wireless routers keep wireless clients completely separate from wired clients. From the PC, try to ping the PS3 and then immediately issue an "arp -a" (Windows) to make sure you are showing the PS3's IP associated with a MAC address. If not, the AP is preventing the PC from communicating with the PS3 in its current configuration.
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comment What are the differences between 2.5“ and 3.5” hard disks?
@gunbuster363 @Shinrai Yes, if this is a name-brand system, providing the make/model/serial may help determine definitively which disks will fit.
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awarded  Revival
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answered Looking for a Linux or Windows command line .WAV file checker
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comment Windows requires reboot to change TCP/IP settings
It might be that there are other/old changes to the TCP/IP settings causing the reboot request to be issued anytime the preferences dialog is OK'd (e.g. changes to the networking services stack).