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Jul
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answered Can a laptop hard-drive be used in a desktop machine?
Jun
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comment Automating Access 2007 Queries (changing one criteria)
@Graphth - Have you had a chance to try this? I hope it's the answer to your question!
Jun
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comment Why do HDDs suffer from performance loss due to capacity decrease?
Yes, but - a typical drive may have one, two, or three platters. The total capacity isn't an absolute indicator of data density. Here's a post (rml527.blogspot.com/2010/10/…) that lists Western Digital 2.5 inch drives with densities of 160 GB, 250 GB, 320 GB, and 500 GB per platter.
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Jun
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answered Unrecognized file format .mdb in Microsoft Access — repair doesn't fix it
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comment Automating Access 2007 Queries (changing one criteria)
@Graphth - Did this work for you?
Jun
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comment Automating Access 2007 Queries (changing one criteria)
@Graphth - Is this the answer you were looking for?
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comment Automating Access 2007 Queries (changing one criteria)
Yes, there is an easier way. You don't need to put the SQL in the VBA code. I will edit my answer to show you how.
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answered Automating Access 2007 Queries (changing one criteria)
May
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comment Need Software to Monitor Internet Uptime
@pinouchon - At $9.95, Net Uptime Monitor barely breaks even considering payment processing, tech support time (free email support), and development time. It's a hobby, not a living! The trial allows you to use the program as often as you want for as long as you want - the only restriction is that you must restart it every 30-60 minutes. The paid version allow monitoring continuously for any length of time without user input.
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May
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comment Connecting 24 monitors to one PC
The original poster said "different web browsers windows on each monitor". A distribution amplifier can only send the same image to multiple monitors
May
15
comment Connecting 24 monitors to one PC
The original poster said "different web browsers windows on each monitor". A splitter can only show the same image on multiple monitors.
May
10
comment Aligning Numbered Bullet Points in Word 2007
@techie007 - and then every time you add or delete text you need to manually reposition every picture from that point to the end of the document. Your suggestion is a really bad approach to the issue.
May
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comment Why do applications “need to close” or “stop working”, and what can I do about it?
It may be that the application written in an earlier .NET version will run on the later one, but only if the author has included configuration settings that allow that flexibility. More research is needed. I think I'll make it a question!
May
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comment Why do applications “need to close” or “stop working”, and what can I do about it?
Mtone says "I repeat, when an application is designed for .NET 3.5, it cannot be expected to run reliably on any other .NET version." But Microsoft says (at bit.ly/IPYsQK) "Source code written for one version of the .NET Framework should compile on later versions of the .NET Framework, and binaries that run on one version of the .NET Framework should behave identically on later versions of the .NET Framework." Yes, I see it says "should", but still "cannot be expected to run reliably" seems like, at the least, an overstatement.
May
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comment .Net Framework issues on Windows 7 (probably after a gone-wrong SP1 update?) - Event Viewer won't work, nor Zune
You might try the .NET Framework cleanup tool - blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/08/28/8904493.aspx - to be sure that's not the issue. If that doesn't help, then I don't think the problems have anything to do with .NET Framework.