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Software Development Contractor and Internet Developer.


Oct
28
comment Configuring a separate second home network
I put the mask different as the networks are different - thought this may help the problem as I had the issue with the masks being the same too. The static IPs are because its more reliable address between then machines than using names and DHCP. Good point about the DNS - have removed that from the second net clients completely.
Oct
28
asked Configuring a separate second home network
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.