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    Archiving is essentially no different from Tony's...

    Archiving is essentially no different from Tony's suggestion, but Tony's is better. Archiving is for storing msgs you want to keep but don't need to see constantly. If you use that as an interim...
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    "Get out more", as in "you seem to be living in a...

    "Get out more", as in "you seem to be living in a bubble if you've never encountered this before."
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    You need to get out more. As Paul indicated,...

    You need to get out more. As Paul indicated, programs that store user data in the program folder have not been that uncommon. Intuit, for one, used to have a bad habit of defaulting to the program...
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    Would creating a Yahoo Group...

    Would creating a Yahoo Group or Google Group work?
  5. That "old school" was back in the DOS/Win9x days....

    That "old school" was back in the DOS/Win9x days. It is not true any longer. In fact, it wasn't a hard and fast rule even then--one could have multiple primaries with DOS if you chose to do so, but...
  6. No, you cannot. 7.84MB is precisely the size of...

    No, you cannot. 7.84MB is precisely the size of one cylinder* on a traditional MBR-type disk, so it's evident you setup the partition layout as a single logical volume within a partition of...
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    Oh, I thought you had already concluded that in...

    Oh, I thought you had already concluded that in post #13. So it's not some unknown intruder, it's just a matter of figuring out what the DirecTV box is doing, right?
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    I don't know about the 7550, but it may not have...

    I don't know about the 7550, but it may not have that feature. Not all routers/gateways do. You need to login to your router's configuration settings and poke around.

    Here are a few random...
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    Well, it's "resolved" to the extent you've...

    Well, it's "resolved" to the extent you've figured out where the bandwidth drain is, right? At least you've determined it's not an outside intruder trying to get into your network.

    I think some...
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    Thanks for pointing out "Who's On My Wifi",...

    Thanks for pointing out "Who's On My Wifi", Bruce. I use a similar app, "Fling Network Tools" on my android phone, though it doesn't do logging like the desktop version of WOMW. (The less-capable...
  11. Yes, it works fine. Just yesterday I installed...

    Yes, it works fine. Just yesterday I installed Office 2003 on my sister-in-law's christmas gift, a new Win7 Home Premium x64 laptop. (At her age she had no interest in learning all that "ribbon"...
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    Yeah, but there are different standards. The...

    Yeah, but there are different standards. The TP-Link uses AV200 standard while the BTs appear to be AV500. In theory AV500 is supposed to be backward compatible with AV200, but IMHE I've had very...
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    I have several old 4600s here and frequently prep...

    I have several old 4600s here and frequently prep new Inspiron 3000s for clients. I am quite familiar with both and stand by my statement: the I-3000 with DDR3 ram and SATA-3 spinning disk is faster...
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    Yes, it will support a SSD. I have an old 4600...

    Yes, it will support a SSD. I have an old 4600 that I keep on my workbench as a testbed for working on other systems' hard drives because the 4600 was one of those transitional machines that readily...
  15. Other google searches seem to indicate Dell uses...

    Other google searches seem to indicate Dell uses fingerprint software from Digital Persona. Have you seen this reference?

    http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN146739/EN:

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    What kind of stuff do you need transferred from...

    What kind of stuff do you need transferred from the old computer? Just the usual Documents/Pictures/Music folders? Assuming both are on the same home network, you should be able to do that via a...
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    I don't see you listing anything positive about...

    I don't see you listing anything positive about the HP, so why the hesitation?

    FWIW, the Epson Workforce series has been my favorite for about 5 yrs now and what I recommend to all my clients in...
  18. I wonder if an independent contractor arrangement...

    I wonder if an independent contractor arrangement might be more appropriate, but we don't know all the particulars so that's not for you or me to say. I just didn't want to see you end up with mud...
  19. Adjust salary cell to reflect employee absorbing all of the FICA

    kweaver,

    You closed your thread so I can't add this comment there, but as a former training instructor for the Social Security Administration I really need to warn you not to follow that kind of...
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    I use Bullzip PDF Printer...

    I use Bullzip PDF Printer as my daily, go-to pdf creator. Bullzip enables appending to an existing pdf. Thus, you can open pdf #2 in another app (such as Foxit Reader or Adobe Reader) and...
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    The Disk Management screenshot shows Disk 0 is...

    The Disk Management screenshot shows Disk 0 is 596.17GB in size. The 3 partitions shown all add up to 596.17GB, so there is no missing or unallocated space in the user accessible area of the disk. ...
  22. That was established early on in the thread, but...

    That was established early on in the thread, but perhaps not explicitly enough. The autorun.inf on the CD launches a stub, install.exe, that in turn launches Quicken's setup routine, setup.exe. In...
  23. It's been quite a few years since I looked at...

    It's been quite a few years since I looked at Sandboxie so couldn't really guess as to what's making it work there. Coochin has a good point about looking at your AV program, though. Maybe your AV...
  24. Here's what that displays: 40521 I'm using...

    Here's what that displays:

    40521

    I'm using Win7 Professional x64, though I don't think the particular edition (Pro, Home Premium, Ultimate, etc) makes any difference. After all, they're all...
  25. I'm not going out today ("Black Friday" in the...

    I'm not going out today ("Black Friday" in the US, so too many crazies out there), so had a little time to experiment. I made an image of my existing system so I could restore it after...
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