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Mar
17
answered How to execute shell script in cygwin?
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Mar
17
comment Hardware or Software Issue?
Well, I've had hard drives and RAM die in less than a month. It couldn't hurt to check, just in case. The reason that heat is such a problem is because it reduces the life of electronics significantly.
Mar
17
answered Hardware or Software Issue?
Mar
16
answered Example of using schtasks and at to schedule a weekly job, persisting between reboots?
Mar
15
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Mar
15
revised How to change the internal wlan in laptops/netbooks?
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Mar
15
comment How to change the internal wlan in laptops/netbooks?
You won't need to reinstall Linux. My apologies on the location, though. In the A300/A305, it's under the keyboard. take a look at page 2 of: irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-A305/…
Mar
15
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Mar
15
answered How to change the internal wlan in laptops/netbooks?
Mar
15
answered What happens if my server's chipset supports ECC memory but its CPU doesn't?
Mar
15
comment Why can't my laptop charge batteries or run on AC power?
Sorry for the edit :-) You could be right, though.
Mar
15
answered What kind of file system which can be read by MacOS X, Linux and Windows?
Mar
15
comment Why can't my laptop charge batteries or run on AC power?
It could be that as well, yes, but the connector itself doesn't have much to fail when overheated. Overheating generally fries transistors and/or capacitors.
Mar
15
answered Why can't my laptop charge batteries or run on AC power?
Mar
15
answered Is there a 'file indexer' for EVERY file on linux?
Mar
15
answered Retrieving a specific value from “df -h” using shell
Mar
15
answered RHEL6 - disable the tiered-progress bar during boot
Mar
15
answered Creating a DJVU file from scanned BMPs
Mar
15
comment Scheduled task running as SYSTEM - execute something as current user?
Windows 7 does not seem to have the password entry requirement, at least when I just tried it with UAC off. For XP, you can try using the deprecated AT command instead.