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    I'm with the folks who advise a database. The...

    I'm with the folks who advise a database. The thing to understand is that desktop database applications, like all the rest of this techno-wonder, have their own cats and dogs. MS Access WILL choke on...
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    I had trauma with UEFI. I was building on a Z98...

    I had trauma with UEFI. I was building on a Z98 board and it had all kinds of boot problems.If you have a fairly straightforward and generic set up with SATA drives and USB 3.0 cards, you are not...
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    Maybe a desktop database which has indexes and...

    Maybe a desktop database which has indexes and you can embed objects
  4. Thread: SPC Root

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    Thanks for the reply... saw this file in my W7...

    Thanks for the reply... saw this file in my W7 root directory and wondered what it was.
  5. Thread: SPC Root

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    SPC Root

    Hi... what is SPC root and can it be safely deleted
  6. Thank you all for your suggestions. I appreciate...

    Thank you all for your suggestions. I appreciate that very much especially since this appears to be a problem inherent in the new generation of motherboards. I went to the Adaptec site and found that...
  7. Motherboard will not retain CMOS information

    I have an Asus Z87 motherboard with a Haswell i7 CPU and a lot of RAM as well as a new 750W PSU. The problem is that when I do a restart from Windows, the machine is trying to decide whether or not...
  8. There is not going to be any privacy rule reform...

    There is not going to be any privacy rule reform because there is too much money being made without it.

    The shareholders of these companies all lobby Congress to alter or remake the laws in the...
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    One of the things that you have to watch out for...

    One of the things that you have to watch out for is that web applications are still pretty much a wild West show. You can either block them or you can't but it is very hard to modify them. I had...
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    I have used IOLO for years. It has some very...

    I have used IOLO for years. It has some very useful features but I would agree that you have to use them with caution. For example, the global fixing thing I would be very cautious of. This is true...
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    Thank you all for your replies. My son has an SSD...

    Thank you all for your replies. My son has an SSD on his i7 rig and there is no doubt about its speed. What I am observing is that even though the motherboard does not wear out in the traditional...
  12. Ditto.. I remember the RLL as well. External...

    Ditto.. I remember the RLL as well. External drives have the additional hazard of being outside the computer case. When you get past spin times and all the other stuff, you have to remember that an...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9TIeuBF9Ss

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9TIeuBF9Ss
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    I check drivers every 2 or 3 weeks. However, I...

    I check drivers every 2 or 3 weeks. However, I use third-party software such as Driver Genius but I am thoughtful about which drivers I want to update because some of them need to be left alone.
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  15. We are losing the battle with computer games

    This is not a post about violence and all the moral things but I noticed that when my grandkids download web games or install games from a CD from "reputable" game developers, they opened the door to...
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    THANKS... makes sense

    THANKS... makes sense
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    Dual- and triple-channel RAM

    I am thinking of upgrading my motherboard from a triple channel to a dual channel set up. I have a Haswell CPU and Z97 board only has dual channel.If I move from a triple channel to a dual channel...
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    Thanks. I "have" noticed an improvement, but...

    Thanks. I "have" noticed an improvement, but maybe that's because I "wished" to see them. Howvever, you are right; that blazing speed increase didn't happen.
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    Thanks all... I "played around" with them and got...

    Thanks all... I "played around" with them and got them to work.
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    Motherboard LED settings

    Attached the LED and Pwr wires to the mobo, it turns on but the power switch on the case won't turn off. Any suggestions?
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    MS Config Settings for i7

    Saw on You Tube that you can use the advanced MS Config settings and tell windows how many cores to use on boot up. Is this harmful and why doesn't windows "just use them"

    Thanks
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    I recommend going to 64-bit. It is much smoother,...

    I recommend going to 64-bit. It is much smoother, allows you to have more resources for your programs and just simply works better. The driver problem is not as extensive as you may hear. Regardless...
  23. Can we trust password generators and online security tools

    I see a lot of advertisements for software that will automatically generate passwords. I also see similar articles that show that online security applications are being hacked. I have the suspicion...
  24. I have a very similar if not same problem. I have...

    I have a very similar if not same problem. I have a Microsoft arc mouse and it has fully charged batteries and is located about 2 feet from the dongle. "All of a sudden" it began to skip. I checked...
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    I have 2 terabyte and 3 terabyte drives on my...

    I have 2 terabyte and 3 terabyte drives on my rig. It is still a good idea to use disk defrag because often times defragmentation cleans up some of the mess in the file system such as reporting file...
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