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reviewed Approve How to recover a truecrypt container from a corrupt NTFS drive
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10
comment Does the Intel Haswell NUC built in SATA port support port multiplier technology?
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reviewed No Action Needed My computer doesn't have 65536 colour mode (16bit)
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reviewed Approve In Mac OS X, how often is /tmp deleted?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed How is the OR boolean in find command?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Should I set my BIOS to local time or UTC?
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reviewed No Action Needed Last BIOS time on Task Manager
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reviewed Close Recover recycle bin data when deleted data exceeds the bin capacity
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed How to prevent a laptop from going into sleep in Windows7 32bit in High Performance mode?
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reviewed No Action Needed Windows 7 64bit, system backup hangs at 57%
Jan
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reviewed Approve Error while installing an app from Windows 8 store
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reviewed No Action Needed how to close running batch file for few hours daily
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reviewed Approve How did my Windows 7 just manage to download and install a bunch of updates if “auto updates” is turned off?
Jan
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comment Transmission cannot be started in Unix
Either use killall transmission or find out the PID (process ID) with ps and then kill PID
Jan
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revised Transmission cannot be started in Unix
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Jan
3
comment Transmission cannot be started in Unix
The pop up appears since transmission is detecting some lock files. Did you check on every machine if the process is running?
Jan
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answered Transmission cannot be started in Unix
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Dec
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reviewed Approve How can I change the system font size in OS X?