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Sep
12
answered Ethernet controller not working Win7 - how to diagnose problem?
Sep
12
answered Lenovo T500 - Can't update my Intel driver (driver won't install)
Sep
12
comment Looking for VDSL2 modem that can work without NAT
@Halfgaar: Are you sure that the supplied modem/router does not have a 'DMZ host' setting?
Sep
12
comment Is there some way to change an Outlook icon?
@subanki: Outlook.exe contains many icons, and it uses different icons for the Taskbar, when you open the different sections in separate windows (Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, etc).
Sep
11
comment Is there some way to change an Outlook icon?
@subanki: I think that the solutuon that you provided will only work with simpler .exe files, where there is only one main program icon. Outlook.exe contains many different icons, and the one that the OP wants to change is not the main application icon. I did not downvote you, BTW. Cheers.
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11
answered Is there some way to change an Outlook icon?
Sep
11
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Sep
11
revised Windows 7 Encrypt Folder with Password
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Sep
11
revised How to run windows 3.11 on a virtual computer?
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Sep
11
answered How to run windows 3.11 on a virtual computer?
Sep
11
comment Looking for VDSL2 modem that can work without NAT
@Halfgaar: Yes, my NAT router receives the public WAN IP address from the BT Openreach modem. I assume that the BT version of this modem has special firmware with the standard BT DSL username and there is no password needed. The supplied 'BT Infinity hub' router has the username hardcoded too. As I use my own router instead, I need to use the same standard username in its setup, along with any password. I guess that the BT Openreach modem has the web interface disabled as it is not needed, as it is already hard-configured for the BT Infinity service.
Sep
11
comment What is the best way to run a Console Application once per day at a certain time?
+1 I'll just add that it can even be used to turn the machine on to execute the scheduled tasks, which is pretty cool.
Sep
11
answered Looking for VDSL2 modem that can work without NAT
Sep
10
comment How can I find out what this program is in my startup?
Can this move entries from one registry hive to another, like StartupCPL could do in 2000/XP?
Sep
10
comment How can I find out what this program is in my startup?
+1 for linking to Sysinternal's Autoruns, which is what I use. It's a pity that you cannot use it to easily change the registry location for entries though, like you could with StartupCPL (which does not work properly on Vista and later).
Sep
10
comment Virtual Network using Hyper-V
@harrymc: He said that DNS is working for internal requests, but the domain members do not have internet access once they are sending DNS requests to the internal DNS server. This is exactly what would happen when the DNS server is not forwarding unresolved requests to an external internet DNS server.
Sep
10
answered What happened to my graphics card?
Sep
10
comment Virtual Network using Hyper-V
@Dave: Every machine in the domain needs to send its DNS queries to the DNS server on your network, and the DNS server needs to forward any unresolved queries (any request not to domain machines) to external DNS servers. The issue has nothing to do with virtualisation at all.
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10
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