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Aug
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reviewed Approve Formatting a comma-delimited CSV to force Excel to interpret value as a string
Aug
11
comment Is it possible to dual boot two OS's at the same time?
VT is a processor feature. It is a matter of weather or not your CPU has the bits built in or not... and also if the motherboard has support for it. (the processor extensions can be disabled in many BIOSes) Usually it is enabled by default... but can be disabled. My HP Laptop had it turned off... but my supermicro servers have it turned on.
Jul
29
reviewed Approve How much can data be compressed?
Jul
29
reviewed Reject Is it possible to get someone's code signing certificate revoked?
Jul
29
reviewed Approve How can I find all files on a folder tree that have a none alpha numeric characters in it
Jul
29
reviewed Approve Which type of keyboard is better, Mechanical or Membrane?
Jul
29
reviewed Approve Recover a file with a wrong suffix?
Jul
21
reviewed Approve Windows: Test if entry is a file or a folder
Jul
21
reviewed Approve Vista 32bit Ultimate Shell Folder “Videos” disappeared
Jul
21
reviewed Reject How can I quickly unlock a Windows 7 machine remotely?
Jul
21
reviewed Approve Method to restore just one folder from a CHROME Bookmarks backup?
Jul
15
comment How can I direct a query to specific DNS server?
It's not entirely incorrect. The "domain-name" is only part of a hostname. You can indeed do lookups on just the "host" portion of the FQDN, omitting the domain suffix. NSLOOKUP will automatically attempt to use any search-suffixes configured in your system to obtain a match.
Jun
6
reviewed Approve emacs: kill-line doesn't append to kill ring
Jun
6
reviewed Approve How to check if RAM works in dual-channel mode
Jun
6
reviewed Reject Returning row values based on specific variables across multiple sheets
Jun
6
reviewed Reject How to serve HTML off my dropbox
Jun
6
answered Xen and Windows 7 domU, can't find CD/DVD drivers
Jun
5
comment Xen and Windows 7 domU, can't find CD/DVD drivers
Have you checked your .iso? (md5 hash?) Sounds more like you have a bad iso.