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answered screen capture with x264vfw64 in Windows 7 64 bit
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comment Is it worth buying SSDs for a RAID?
Duly noted blair.
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comment USB Ubuntu Linux drive not detected on reboot, works with hard shutdown?
It may not be the answer, but its certainly something worth trying.
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comment Is it worth buying SSDs for a RAID?
Raid controller not SSD controller. Also the more recent intel chipsets support SSD Raid with TRIM bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2010/03/23/…
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revised Slow pc but enough resources left
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comment Slow pc but enough resources left
Well depending on your definition of time, it might be. No matter how much cleaning you do, removing old programs, removing old registry entries, etc things still remain. Eventually an install will slow down even with good care. I'm not saying to reinstall every week, but I like to make it a habbit to reinstall at least twice a year on a computer I use often.
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answered USB Ubuntu Linux drive not detected on reboot, works with hard shutdown?
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answered Dell Inspiron 1525 - internal hard drive not found
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answered Is it worth buying SSDs for a RAID?
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answered Slow pc but enough resources left
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comment Is there a way to search the windows application menus like OSX's CMD+SHIFT+/ command?
Yep, if you do find a solution though, please let me know.
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comment How to have a central place for data on the network and keep a copy locally on desktops?
It allows you to define that scenario, I believe the default is to ask you.
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answered Is there a way to search the windows application menus like OSX's CMD+SHIFT+/ command?
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comment How to have a central place for data on the network and keep a copy locally on desktops?
Then yes, SBP will do that for you. All it does is compare the files in the areas you have selected with the files already backed up on your NAS. It then updates any modified file, and copies new files. And if you set the run time to have it run every 5 minutes, then within 5 minutes of returning to your home network, it should backup any files that were changed while you were offline.
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answered Linux: how to stop fan programmatically?
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comment How to have a central place for data on the network and keep a copy locally on desktops?
What do you mean by offline access? Do you mean you want to be able to access your NAS from outside your local network? If you can't do that already, SyncBackPro won't be able to help you. If by offline you mean access the files on your laptop's harddrive without being connected to the NAS? then yes you can with SBP.
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answered How to safely remove eSATA drive when it's not in the Safely Remove Hardware dialog