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Software Development Contractor and Internet Developer.


Oct
28
accepted Disable Microsoft ehome IR Transceiver in Windows 7
Oct
28
answered Disable Microsoft ehome IR Transceiver in Windows 7
Aug
16
comment Disable Microsoft ehome IR Transceiver in Windows 7
As stated, I had checked that already, but I rechecked anyway and there are no options. (Its actually the most simplistic BIOS I've seen)
Aug
16
comment Disable Microsoft ehome IR Transceiver in Windows 7
Its in a laptop, I think its soldered on one of the PCBs
Aug
16
comment Disable Microsoft ehome IR Transceiver in Windows 7
Already done that - just reinstalls on reboot.
Aug
16
asked Disable Microsoft ehome IR Transceiver in Windows 7
Jul
4
comment Internet Explorer commandline arguments
That's a good point - well spotted. Its workng anyway, probably cos the bat file is in the Internet Explorer folder and I'm just clicking on it at the moment.
Jul
4
accepted Internet Explorer commandline arguments
Jul
4
comment Internet Explorer commandline arguments
Curses - just noticed that the option I'm trying to use is IE9, not IE8. Guess that makes your re-pointer to the docu the answer!!!
Jul
4
awarded  Editor
Jul
4
comment Internet Explorer commandline arguments
Fair comment about nohome. I had already tried other args and ordering. What I pasted into the question was based on other searches on google. See my update for more.
Jul
4
comment Internet Explorer commandline arguments
lol - no I'm not. I'm mostly on StackOVerflow and I just lost a run of 29 consec days there by not paying attention on Sunday!!! The URL in the example is subbed in for the real one that I'm using.
Jul
4
revised Internet Explorer commandline arguments
Update following responses
Jul
4
asked Internet Explorer commandline arguments
Apr
19
awarded  Scholar
Apr
19
awarded  Supporter
Apr
19
accepted Propagating Names for non-machine IP addresses in a home network
Apr
19
comment Propagating Names for non-machine IP addresses in a home network
Thanks for the info - I was thinking DNS, and looked in my router cfg for one, but nothing was obvious (its not a cheap router either by home standards). I've got domains online already, but this is my internal test environment (I'm a web developer setting up my own project). I did try the host name config, but I guess without dns it's got nothing to go off.
Apr
19
awarded  Student
Apr
19
asked Propagating Names for non-machine IP addresses in a home network