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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
7
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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
4
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
4
revised Merge multiple columns into one via a query in an access database
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Oct
3
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
3
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Oct
3
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
2
answered Finding duplicate music files
Oct
2
answered 4 GB of Ram installed but only 2.97GB usable. What gives?
Sep
27
awarded  Supporter
Sep
11
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
Sep
11
revised .NET 2.0 “not installed” after upgrade to Windows 7
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