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answered How do I see the network adapter statistics in Windows 7?
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answered Tracing actions carried out by a particular process in Windows 7 and above
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comment after disabling all boot priorities I cannot access the bios of my samsung np500p4c-s07ae
Did you check the computer's manual?
Jun
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answered after disabling all boot priorities I cannot access the bios of my samsung np500p4c-s07ae
Jun
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comment after disabling all boot priorities I cannot access the bios of my samsung np500p4c-s07ae
There's also something wrong with your Caps Lock key it seems.
Jun
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answered Can we disable this Windows 7 save dialog?
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answered Random noise added to mousepad when connected to a specific projector
Apr
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comment How to print a file from command line in Windows?
Ah okay, but one more question: Do you want to print raw file contents or do you want the command to be aware of file contents, e.g. printing a text file just as-is and an image as an actual image?
Apr
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comment How to print a file from command line in Windows?
Windows 7? Or MS-DOS? Those aren't the same. Are you possibly referring to printing files from the console of Windows 7?
Apr
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revised Windows XP (32-bit) system with 8GB RAM, will I still get dual-channel benefit?
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comment Windows XP (32-bit) system with 8GB RAM, will I still get dual-channel benefit?
@barlop Him, yeah, rewording.
Apr
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comment Windows XP (32-bit) system with 8GB RAM, will I still get dual-channel benefit?
@barlop IMO dual channel handling will happen on the hardware level. As such the operating system doesn't have to be aware of the feature. So, yes, it should use dual channel strategy, essentially with 2GB each stick.
Apr
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answered Windows XP (32-bit) system with 8GB RAM, will I still get dual-channel benefit?
Apr
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comment How to block all incoming request from wifi
What's your specific goal? Just prevent answers on some interface? Why connecting it at all?
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comment I have two identical TeamViewer IDs on my 2 MacBooks
@poc That sounds really weird. Have you tried contacting their support team? This sounds like a massive bug to me (potential security issue as well), considering the actual hardware isn't identical.
Apr
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answered I have two identical TeamViewer IDs on my 2 MacBooks
Apr
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comment Checking open ports on a netgear router
@Muteking Then something blocks Filezilla (Firewall?) or there's some configuration problem.