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Can play mp4 on laptop but not on microUSB
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"They do not play"... how do they not play? are you getting an error message? does your media player stop responding? If you are getting an error message what is it? My GUESS, lacking any ...

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Other benefits of 64-bit OS apart from memory expansion?
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Switching to 64bit provides: more ram in some operating systems. (those that do not support PAE) faster. due to increase in register count, utilization of new processor instructions, more modern ...

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802.11ac Poor Performance
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5ghz lacks the penetration power of 2.4ghz, in an open field with no walls, 5ghz will have a greater range, indoors 2.4ghz will have greater range and greater signal. There is direct correlation ...

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Can I use the license that comes with my Thinkpad on a clean Windows install?
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Yes you can, and since you are performing a clean install on the same machine to which that key belongs then the MS EULA explicitly allows you to do so. MS only complains if you are trying to move it ...

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Windows unattended reliable boot
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You are being very vague here... what is the "operation" you wish it to do? How often? Also, it is impossible to have "no-power" unless you have someone physically flip a switch on premise. The ...

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Start Windows Application from command Line
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If you are actually inside the command line you want to go to the correct directory and the run it C: cd "C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\SIBSFPS.MBWAY_1.6.0.12_neutral__fn0s81njkh88g\" SIBS.MBWAY....

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Remove unused drivers
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There is no reason to delete drivers. Windows comes preinstalled with tens of thousands of different drivers to ensure that anything you put in just works. The process of removing them is quite ...

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Windows 7 SP1 Windows Update stuck checking for updates
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There are various reasons this can happen. However I have lately found that this happens on every fresh windows 7 install, where it didn't used to. The causes: Windows 7 performs a silent update to ...

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Graphics card and PSU requirement
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The "??? Watts needed" figure that comes with a graphics card is a very rough guesstimation and is frankly quite misleading. It makes assumptions about how many Watts the rest of the system would ...

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Which files and folders are compressed when using compact.exe /CompactOS
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Sadly I have yet to find a use for it It shouldn't be used on SSDs It shouldn't be used on system files It shouldn't be used on compressed files (which is almost all of them) You have to manually ...

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How to turn the user agent into a secure_user_agent?
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Actually, user agent is: "What my web browser identifies itself as to websites" So, when you go to google chrome store, it asks the browser "what is the user agent", and based on the reply it might ...

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Different CPU info on Windows and Linux?
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Even without overclocking or underclocking, modern CPUs change their speed, it can enter turbo mode or it can enter power saving mode (and dip way way down). The difference in the exact background ...

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Can't access to BIOS if FAT32 USB-drive connected
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This sounds like a bios bug, you should contact the motherboard manufacturer and describe the issue to them. they might actually be able to fix it

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OEM partition of 465 GB in a 1TB disk, too big - how to resize it?
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Download gparted from http://gparted.org/ boot into it. use it to resize the partition.

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How do I tell Windows to shut up about Silverlight?
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The issue became clear to me when I hid Bing Desktop v1.3 and Bing Desktop 1.2 showed up next. Upon careful inspection I had noticed that the Silverlight updates are each with a different date. So ...

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