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    [SOLVED] PC restarts when printing (Solved)

    (I tried to post this in an old similarly-named thread and was denied.) So... I saw this problem in an old Dell Vostro 400 running Windows Vista, trying to print to a Dell 1125 Laser printer....
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    Why change your password(s) regularly?

    Every password management article I've read advises you to change your password(s) regularly. Why? The only scenario I can see where this is of any value is one in which your password(s) have been...
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    I have used Roboform for years, and am generally...

    I have used Roboform for years, and am generally happy with it, although it does have one really annoying "feature" they don't seem to be interested in fixing. One question for the group -- does...
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    That function is built in to Roboform. It...

    That function is built in to Roboform. It synchronizes changes across all devices, and when a new device is added, the initial install of Roboform grabs all the data stored and brings the new device...
  5. As you've found, matching the plug and socket...

    As you've found, matching the plug and socket does not ensure matching the power supplied with the power required. Every small power supply I've ever seen is marked in some way with the voltage, type...
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    I (no encryption or database expert) wonder if...

    I (no encryption or database expert) wonder if some of the Bitcoin magic might be used to create a gun registration system that would allow registration and tracking of guns, while guaranteeing the...
  7. Ought to be a way to keep a single mail store in...

    Ought to be a way to keep a single mail store in the cloud somewhere, but synchronizing multiple devices' simultaneous actions on it would require some cloud-based gatekeeper and conflict resolution...
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    When I installed Windows 7 HE (using the same...

    When I installed Windows 7 HE (using the same media for each of 3 installs), Microsoft allocated a 55MB "OEM" partition in front of the C: partition on one machine, a 100 MB "System Reserved"...
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    No problems so far running TT12 on 3 machines...

    No problems so far running TT12 on 3 machines running Win 7 HE and Pro.
  10. " Consider rebuilding your existing systems with...

    " Consider rebuilding your existing systems with a relatively small, SSD C: boot drive and a larger spinning-platter drive for data."

    I've been considering that for years. My real use for that is...
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    I've been using Thunderbird forever and love it....

    I've been using Thunderbird forever and love it. I don't care if they don't enhance it for now, but who knows what the future might bring?
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    After upgrade to an SSD in an HP Pavilion desktop...

    After upgrade to an SSD in an HP Pavilion desktop machine, we reinstalled Windows 7 from a retail DVD. The product key on the external sticker was different from that which Magical Jelly Bean found....
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    Keep it clean

    Even though my PC stands on a hardwood floor, it accumulates a lot of dust. I make it a point to vacuum and blow it out periodically, especially after doing it the first time and saw how bad it could...
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    Gosh, a doppelgänger. I spent 30 years writing...

    Gosh, a doppelgänger. I spent 30 years writing mainframe systems code, lived in the Pittsford area, and have the same mental block with respect to object oriented programming. It's been terribly...
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    Note that there is no Insert unless you're...

    Note that there is no Insert unless you're composing in HTML. If your default is to compse in simple Text mode, press Shift-Write instead of Write, to open a new message in HTML mode. Even in Text...
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    Are there any licensing issues doing that, or are...

    Are there any licensing issues doing that, or are all of those ingredients in the cocktail freeware?
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    I hope, when you say "500Mbps powerline gear can...

    I hope, when you say "500Mbps powerline gear can comfortably deliver 40Mbps streaming 1080p video", you really mean 40MBps... Also, are there any data showing how these things work when the house is...
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    My wife's computer (Windows 7 Home Premium, WSE,...

    My wife's computer (Windows 7 Home Premium, WSE, Administrative user account) got infected with this on 4/5. I rebooted in Safe Mode, and ran a full WSE and McAfee scan. Neither found anything amiss....
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    Conditional graph labels (Excel 2002)

    I have a sheet with 3 columns: Labels, Values, and Attributes. I can build a graph with bars whose height is dependent on Values, labelled with Labels OK. However, I would like to change the...
  20. Re: Calculated filenames in function arguments (Office XP)

    StarLounger, indeed! Works as desired. I suspect there's a lot of experience behind that "went for the easy answer" line, but after experimenting with INDIRECT and trying to understand the related...
  21. Re: Calculated filenames in function arguments (Office XP)

    Yes, the target file is open; that requirement is kind-sorta documented in the description of INDIRECT. The problem appears to be that the second argument to VLOOKUP remains double-quoted when the...
  22. Calculated filenames in function arguments (Office XP)

    I enter a function in a cell such as:

    =VLOOKUP($A12,'E:MFAFolder[090502.xls]mfa-090502'!$A$12:$E$29,4,FALSE)

    This works fine, but I want to dynamically modify the date strings (the "090502"...
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    Re: To: address changes

    Apparently "resolve address" means "find something that's pretty close". The address entered, "xy@blah" differed by one character from the "nxy@blah" which was in the address book (no .nick file). ...
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    To: address changes

    Outlook 2000 in O2000 SR 1: Composing new mail, we enter an e-mail address such as "xy@blah", which is not in the Address Book. Outlook mulls this over for about 3 seconds, and changes it to the...
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    Re: Sysprep install of Office 2000

    No, I did it the old-fashioned way: from the CD. I clean-installed Windows 2000 Pro, SP1, Office 2000 Premium (SR-1 integrated), and a bunch of other applications. The Office installation was 100%...
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