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revised Where to put libraries and headers on windows (coming from unix?)
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revised How can I find out when Windows was last restarted?
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comment How to properly turn off Outlook / Windows Search SearchProtocolHost logging?
I'm also seeing this on Windows 7 x64 and Outlook 2013 SP1. I've heard it's often related to missing mailboxes, but nothing I see in my Outlook settings seems to work.
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revised Powershell Bug in copy/move/rename when filename contains [square bracket characters]?
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revised What is the difference between a subnet mask and a netmask?
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comment Dual (VGA + DVI) monitors, only one at a time works
@user1680977 It's still not clear if that's the only way. Searching around, some people have needed to get another card, some people are using a DisplayPort and VGA just fine (not sure if your system even has a DisplayPort port), and some people have said they've used a splitter (although they might already have a second video card... again, it's unclear). Dell is notorious for changing hardware without changing the model. A video card will solve the problem (but be sure to get one capable of dual output) but I can't say for sure if it's truly necessary or if there's another problem.
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comment Dual (VGA + DVI) monitors, only one at a time works
@user1680977 Make/model of motherboard is only useful if you build the PC yourself. What does your system look like? The one on the left is an ultra-small, the middle is a small form factor, and the right is a standard mini tower. If you're ultra-small or small form, you're looking at probably $100 for a video card with dual dvi. If you're the mini tower, it's $30.
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answered Dual (VGA + DVI) monitors, only one at a time works
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