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    You could try assigning your flash drive to a...

    You could try assigning your flash drive to a higher letter. I like to assign mine to S, T or U, where they're unlikely to get trampled by other devices getting plugged in.
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    Have you gone into your gmail settings online and...

    Have you gone into your gmail settings online and confirmed (under "Forwarding and POP/IMAP") that IMAP is enabled?
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    Glad to have helped. I see you're a new member,...

    Glad to have helped. I see you're a new member, so welcome to the forum! I hope you'll find it useful.
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    Most likely, it is your Firestick. Remember that...

    Most likely, it is your Firestick. Remember that what matters is whether it is plugged in and powered up, in which case it will periodically communicate with your network whether you're using it or...
  5. I agree with everything Rick said, especially...

    I agree with everything Rick said, especially with regard to the Dell stuff.

    Keep the Dell Touchpad, all the Intel stuff, and the Maxx audio driver. I'd definitely get rid of Dell Foundation...
  6. You don't say whether you access your gmail from...

    You don't say whether you access your gmail from a web browser or from a desktop email client program (such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Eudora, et al). We're all assuming you're using a...
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    Is there a Spring Cleaning for the mind?

    Since I'm now retired, I've resigned myself to accepting the reality that I'll never actually find a use for any of the 486 motherboards that have multiplied on my storage shelves over the years ......
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    It sounds like you already understand the...

    It sounds like you already understand the difference between the normal F-keys and their multimedia functions (the blue or red symbols on the function keys), so we won't rehash that or what the <Fn>...
  9. Another +1 for Mailwasher, which I've been using...

    Another +1 for Mailwasher, which I've been using for 13 years now. I even paid for the Pro version, but like some of the other posters here, I went back to an earlier version because I preferred the...
  10. PhotoSci, The offending line seems to be the...

    PhotoSci,

    The offending line seems to be the "Content-Type" line. In particular, the "boundary" value seems to be too long. Apparantly, that 32-character value is too large for the iptracker...
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    Bcdedit? We're dealing with XP, aren't we?

    Bcdedit? We're dealing with XP, aren't we?
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    Not necessarily. The 40GB partition was not the...

    Not necessarily. The 40GB partition was not the Dell System Restore (aka, DSR) partition.

    A DSR partition has no drive letter, was hidden by design so that it was not easily tampered with by...
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    Yes, chntpw (http://www.chntpw.com/download/) is...

    Yes, chntpw is mentioned often here. It's a reliable means of removing the password on the admin acct if one has been set, and I've used it often. I see Hiren's includes it on their BootCD. (BTW, I...
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    So where are you at with this, Endzone? It...

    So where are you at with this, Endzone? It sounded like you were trying to resurrect the existing installation because of your time investment in it, but are you now saying you're willing to start...
  15. I think one relevant point to consider in this...

    I think one relevant point to consider in this discussion is that a browser will attempt to parse what the server is sending back before displaying it, while wget does not (AFAIK). For example, if...
  16. Why would I have seen that? After all, I also...

    Why would I have seen that? After all, I also missed:

    ...which had already answered my question, "If you use a browser to open "WhatIWantToDownload.txt" and then view source, are there any html...
  17. I noticed that, too, but disregarded as not...

    I noticed that, too, but disregarded as not relevant because BATcher said, "my download is of an HTML file not the expected TXT file." That implies to me that his script is successfully downloading...
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    A command-prompt window and an old DOS command...

    A command-prompt window and an old DOS command turned your list (ntuser.efu) into my list (ntuser.txt) in about two seconds:
    type ntuser.efu | sort > ntuser.txt Then I eyeballed the result and made...
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    Well, Sudo is on record as saying he's got a...

    Well, Sudo is on record as saying he's got a good-sized hard drive and isn't worried enough to go out of his way to recover a small bit of space. Looking at his ntuser.dat search results, I see no...
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    Ntuser.dat is a registry hive. There are a...

    Ntuser.dat is a registry hive. There are a half-dozen hives that comprise the system registry. You'll find most of them in c:\windows\system32\config, with the names "system", "software", "security"...
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    Are you saying that's a .blf or .regtrans-ms...

    Are you saying that's a .blf or .regtrans-ms file?

    Everything examined by BrooksNYC, holdum333, Coochin, and myself consistently shows they only occur in trios and are always 64K/512K.

    Does...
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    Note that the subject files are grouped into...

    Note that the subject files are grouped into trios, with one .blf and two .regtrans-ms files per trio, with the same date and guid. The .blf seems to always be 64KB and the two others are always...
  23. A factory restore will often return everything...

    A factory restore will often return everything back to the OOBE ("out-of-box-experience") state. If so, the computer should start with the typical, "Welcome, let's take a few minutes to set things...
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    Yes, but beware it's not an equilateral right...

    Yes, but beware it's not an equilateral right triangle.

    The diameter of the sphere is the same as the length of one side of the cube. That's one side of your right triangle. The other side of the...
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    A Wear Level of 94.7% is very good for a new...

    A Wear Level of 94.7% is very good for a new battery (I think 90-95% is typical), and a discharge rate of 24080 mWh sounds to me right in line for a 17" laptop (the display is going to be the biggest...
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