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Oct
16
comment Forgotten Password to be unmasked or revealed
-1, that won't help here. He knows the password for the router. It is his ISP credentials (that the router knows, but won't reveal) that he can't remember.
Oct
15
comment WiFi vs. Wireless
I'm in the UK and use the terms interchangably. For a mobile (cell) phone connection I would call it 3G or mobile broadband.
Oct
14
answered laptop battery isn't seen
Oct
10
comment Computer Speedup
@Xavierjazz - All 32 bit OSes limit RAM to around 3GB. 64 bit XP has a limit of 128GB which I think is way more than any XP machine will require. Most motherboards limit RAM to less than that.
Oct
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Oct
4
answered Qualms about encryption
Oct
4
comment Qualms about encryption
You don't have to install Truecrypt. You could also rename it's main exe and leave it in a system folder, or your temp folder or some other fairly buried folder.
Oct
4
comment How to add support for wireless networking WPA2-PSK [AES] on Windows
I think WPA2 support comes from the OS, not the network card driver.
Oct
4
comment Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
After reading your edited post, I now understand what you want. I have added another edit to my answer. Sorry about the mis-understanding.
Oct
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revised Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
Re-Read the OP's question and posted an answer that does what he wants.; added 20 characters in body
Oct
4
comment Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
I think you mean each field needs it own column in the query as well as the concatenated one. I have updated my answer to show how to do that.
Oct
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revised Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
added 237 characters in body
Oct
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comment Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
I was assuming that not all columns would be null for a single record, so you probably wouldn't want to exclude them from the results.
Oct
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Oct
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answered Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
Oct
2
comment Finding duplicate music files
Guess I won't be getting a vote from you then ;) I personally like iTunes (although it is the only Apple thing that I use), and I can't stand windows media player.
Oct
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answered Finding duplicate music files
Oct
2
answered 4 GB of RAM installed but only 2.97 GB usable. What gives?
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Sep
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comment .NET 2.0 “not installed” after upgrade to Windows 7
I have updated my answer with another suggestion, basically the same un-install/re-install sa suggested by @harrymc