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Here are some links, they may not directly answer your question, but knowing this may help along the way: http://lifehacker.com/5517688/how-to-upgrade-your-tiny-hard-drive-to-a-spacious-new-one-and-k …
answered Mar 6 '12 by Eugene
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Alternatively, you could use a web bookmarking service (like Delicious and use your bookmarks on any browser at any time. Not actually answering your question, but a suggestion :)
answered Mar 15 '10 by Eugene
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You can go through the list of apps that you currently use and see if they have a 64 bit versions.
answered Mar 13 '10 by Eugene
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If in Windows, open device manager and expand Network Adapters.
answered Feb 26 '12 by Eugene
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Office 2007, Windows Server 2008 x64. How can I make Excel so that when I double-click a document, it opens in a new Excel instance, so that I can easily view them side-by-side as separate windows an …
asked Dec 16 '09 by Eugene
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I shared my calendar with some people and I need to know exactly who I shared it with. Is there a way to do that?
asked Mar 10 '10 by Eugene
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Get a Linux boot CD (something like System Rescue CD) with the antivirus scanner. Plug it in, boot into Linux, and scan your computer. That may be against your company's policy though, so use wisely.
answered Aug 27 '10 by Eugene
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This Wikipedia article describes things that you can introduce to children in certain ages. Maybe you could teach the students to use the computer by introducing them to the simple programming languag …
answered Jan 5 '10 by Eugene
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Use search, find Ssms.exe. If you found it, scan it for virus first (who knows what those sly virus makers name their stuff), then if no virus found, start it. If the file is not found, re-install the …
answered Mar 1 '10 by Eugene
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When I paste data with leading zeroes to a newly-opened blank Excel document, it strips out all leading zeroes. Is there a way for me to open up a new instance of Excel (not from a template, I usuall …
asked Dec 16 '09 by Eugene
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If you have multiple computers at the same location, could it possibly be that your router is not set up properly?
answered Feb 12 '10 by Eugene
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How do I install a program on a computer configured with Windows Steady State such that the protected user can run it?
asked Aug 11 '10 by Eugene
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Have you tried this software? Here is the search that I used. EDIT: Found the .cdr file converter. Well, at least the program claims to work with those files. So try XnView. I did not work with that …
answered Mar 17 '10 by Eugene
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I'd use Virtual Clone Drive, you can extract whatever files you need and then create another ISO or just burn a disk as if you were using a file system.
answered Jan 29 '10 by Eugene
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I installed Windows 7 (Boot Camp) on a MacBook Air (July 2011 model, OS X Lion), and now it only boots into Windows. How do I boot it into Mac OS again?
asked Aug 21 '11 by Eugene

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