j_bombay
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What is a safe way to move AppData\Local to a different drive?
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How about using mklink to create a symbolic link: MkLink /d C:\Users\Nikhil\AppData\Local D:\AppData\Local I haven't tried this, so maybe give it a test drive in a VM first; you may also have to ...

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Change Windows 8 login from Live id to local account
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You lose out by not being able to Download apps or the updated content of the apps, or sync between PCs like favorites and history Drag your mouse to the right hand of the screen so the menu pops up ...

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Computer crashes if left unattended AND running uTorrent, what could be?
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I'd suggest going to Control Panel --> System & Security --> Administrative Tools --> Event Viewer, and looking in the Windows Logs, I believe the System and also Application logs will give you a ...

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Why Is Outlook "Verifying Data Integrity"?
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sounds like a corrupt OST file. I'm assuming this is an Exchange E-mail setup, usually I just go to the %APPDATA%, then go back from ROAMING to APPDATA\Local\Microsoft\Outlook location and rename the ...

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Last uninstalled application
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I would check under Control Panel -> System and Security -> Administrative Tools --> Event Viewer. Expand the Windows Logs, and check under the Application log, as well as the other logs in there like ...

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Locked out of windows 7 pc
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I made a bootable USB drive with Offline NT Password http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/ You can then just locate the user profile he logs in with and blank the password. Just make sure the BIOS of ...

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File Transfer using RDP Client
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Edit the RDP connection, click the dropdown Options menu and go to the Local Resources tab. At the bottom click More... Click the plus next to Drives and select which Local Drives you want to share ...

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Virtual Machine with support for hardware access: USB 3 (and PCI)
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VMware Workstation 9 has support for Windows 8, and USB 3.0. I have used my Microsoft StudioCam w/ USB successfully with VMs by simply toggling the option to connect to guest (disconnect from host). ...

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How to enable response to broadcast ping on Windows?
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You can use Angry IP Scanner which will ping the whole subnet and see what hosts are on the network, hopefully based on your naming convention you will be able to pick out the servers from the other ...

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Outlook 2010 not letting me open a link from an email
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It might be due to un-installing Google Chrome which failed to clean up after itself. Try this: Automated Solution: Download and run Fix it located on this page http://support.microsoft.com/kb/...

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Why can this one user not print to a printer that someone else in the same office can print to?
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With the problem user's printer settings, after you remove the printer how about removing the tcp/ip IP address (and any that also have the 192.168.xx.xx_1) that match the same IP, so that way when ...

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My new Windows 7 Professional 64 bit does not recognize my external monitor
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check out this PDF link I found and go to page 37. Looks like you need to do 2 things. #1. Switch to Discrete Graphics in the BIOS #2. Once you are in Windows press the Fn key + F7 to toggle between ...

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How to make mailto: links open in Gmail instead of Outlook
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So based on your tags Google Chrome appears to be your web browser, go to the Google Webstore and download Send From Gmail (By Google) which will make GMail your default email application. https://...

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iPhone Contact Sync
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When you sync your iPhone to an activesync exchange account, you have the option of syncing e-mail, contacts, and calendar. Simply select that you only want to sync your e-mail. However if you do sync ...

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How can I run a clean install of Windows 7 with Windows XP installed?
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It would probably be best to backup to some sort of USB device with a good amount of size, and you can Use Windows Easy Transfer which will locate your files stored in traditional locations such as ...

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Windows updates fails with error 80070bc9
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Try installing the oldest update first, and do it one at a time to see if that works. I had a similar issue where the Troubleshooter in Control Panel didn't work, installing the System Update ...

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Windows 7 Virtual PC create from existing install
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There are a few tools out there depending on what software you use VMs with, I personally use VMware Workstation and have successfully converted physical machines to virtual (P2V) with this tool http:...

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Fresh installed Windows XP refuses to update
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Is the date and time on the computer correct? I've had websites, Citrix products, etc. go crazy all over the date and time being off. (Most likely cause being the date set to like 2004 or something, ...

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Outlook 2007 Creating a wizard to fill out repetitive emails I need to send
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How about just creating a signature for this e-mail you send out, and then just inserting the signature you need into that e-mail. After you insert the signature you can add the specific information ...

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Windows 7 - Find some certain Network Adapter Details
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When you open up a command prompt (Windows Key + R, then type CMD and hit enter) and then on the command prompt type ipconfig /all, look the for interface you are curious about and find the "Physical ...

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Can I install Micosoft Office Home and Student 2010 on my Windows 64 bit XP machine?
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looks like this version only works on Vista, 7, or Server 2008 ;( Although I guess it wouldnt hurt to try it? Might not work though. Operating systems required to run 64-bit version of Office Your ...

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How can I make a certain website inaccessible?
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Open the "hosts" file in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc with Notepad (Windows 7). At the bottom of the text on a blank line add "127.0.0.1 www.example.com" without the quotations and then save the ...

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Get iso from Windows Secure Download Manager
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You will notice in your screenshot a Download Location, that is where your ISO is saved at. At least based on my experience with the MSDN Student account I had. I usually just kept it default which ...

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Running website from home server. Can only access the website from home network, but ssh from anywhere
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As was stated above alot of ISPs block port 80, so you have indicated you are using port 8080 instead to get around that. If you open up a terminal and do an ifconfig eth0, which I assume is the ...

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Downloading Microsoft Security Essentials via HTTPS
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If you have Firefox or Chrome installed you can attempt to download from Microsoft with this HTTPS Everywhere plug-in for those browsers. https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere

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