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This is a bit of a vague question because, frankly, I don't even know where to begin diagnosing the issue. My eclipse (Galileo) installation grinds to a complete halt when it's building the workspace …
asked Apr 18 '10 by Chris Thompson
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This likely has to do with an odd implementation detail in the way Microsoft handled the Run as Administrator. Rather than granting you privileges, it runs it as if you logged in as Administrator and …
answered Oct 9 '09 by Chris Thompson
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I had this problem in Vista, somehow windows decides to remove the "default" setting and you're left with no default. The solution is to make a default printer, then your problems should go away. Unfo …
answered Oct 30 '09 by Chris Thompson
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Well, the best way I have found to determine whether an app is 32 or 64 is to do the following Open the program press Ctrl+Alt+Del to open the task manager (or click start task manager from the secu …
answered Apr 11 '10 by Chris Thompson
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So this sounds dumb, but have you tried working with a different mouse? I've had that problem when my battery starts to die (on a wireless one) or I got some food or drink inside and clicks would sti …
answered Sep 14 '09 by Chris Thompson
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NewEgg usually has these. Vista is definitely there, Windows 7 might not be there until it releases to retail (even though these are OEM/system builder versions)
answered Sep 14 '09 by Chris Thompson
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The answer to your question can be found in this post. It will take a little bit of work, but you should be able to do it :)
answered Oct 20 '09 by Chris Thompson
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OpenOffice.org is nice, although I really prefer Microsoft Office. I have a few friends that use OpenOffice and they like it just fine. I've personally tried it in a pinch when I didn't have my off …
answered Nov 1 '09 by Chris Thompson
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You could always have some fun with them. If you're really good, (far better than I) you could write a program that listens on those ports and mimics the responses for common programs (like a webserv …
answered Oct 16 '09 by Chris Thompson
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Something you could try is writing a shell script that sets the default browser and opens a specific browser, so instead of opening Firefox by using it's icon, you would use your "Start Firefox" shell …
answered Sep 15 '09 by Chris Thompson
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I can't attest to Windows XP (sorry I don't have a machine to try it on) but in 7, Run -> msconfig -> Boot and check the box "Boot Log" Hope that helps!
answered Oct 9 '09 by Chris Thompson
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It's meant to be a successor to OneCare, which surprisingly provided pretty adequate protection. I'm running it now on Windows 7 and although I cannot attest to it's security, I've been very happy wi …
answered Sep 29 '09 by Chris Thompson
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According to engadget (which isn't always the most technical authority, but they usually know what they're talking about) the finalized spec is very similar to the "draft" spec that has been floating …
answered Sep 19 '09 by Chris Thompson
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Does anyone have experience sharing one .pst file across multiple Outlook installations? I want to have one calendar, contacts, etc on multiple machines. I have several ways to get the file on the m …
asked Feb 1 '10 by Chris Thompson
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If you type cmd into the search box after clickining on the Windows Orb, right click on the program and select Run as Administrator It will prompt you for the admin password and then start the …
answered Sep 14 '09 by Chris Thompson

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