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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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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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    I use Carbonite but it is not free. In some ways...

    I use Carbonite but it is not free. In some ways you get what you pay for. Many other free services have a limit on how much they will store for you and you will have to pay extra for additional...
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    W7 Library function

    When I use the windows 7 library function, does that function (myVideo - showing video files from other drives) take up disk space on my C drive?
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    I have not purchased a new computer in more than...

    I have not purchased a new computer in more than 15 years because I upgraded my parts as they became worn or obsolete. The best advice is to find a mom-and-pop local computer store that is going to...
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    I agree, and you will find that a lot of the...

    I agree, and you will find that a lot of the gadgets and applications bundled with your external drive will just get in the way. You can uninstall all that stuff or copy it someplace else, and then...
  9. I agree with what everyone has said so far. In...

    I agree with what everyone has said so far. In addition, I would probably step back and deal with requirements first. This is a very messy part of a technical solution design, especially with...
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    One of the big issues with online storage or...

    One of the big issues with online storage or online backup is how long they are going to be around.I was using Comcast secure backup and was notified that the service is going to be discontinued 1...
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    MS Access turning MSG Box off

    Running a macro that opens a number of queries but I want to turn the msg box off while they are running and turn them back on when finished. This way the queries can run continuously without...
  12. Thread: Boot times

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    I tried these and most of it worked ...

    I tried these and most of it worked

    http://youtu.be/twJk7ymLmfA
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    For the home PC, what is the advantage of RAID?

    For the home PC, what is the advantage of RAID?
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    Understood everything EXCEPT the rule of thumb...

    Understood everything EXCEPT the rule of thumb about OS on HD > 1Tb. I have a 300gb SCSI ultra 15k rpm as my boot drive, but outside the "loose it all" issue, what's the background on the rule of...
  15. [SIZE=4]If your device is an external hub, you...

    [SIZE=4]If your device is an external hub, you may have to replace the hub. If your device is a USB port installed inside the case, you may have to open the case and see if the headers (cables...
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    are you ready for this? What I discovered was...

    are you ready for this? What I discovered was that the problem had been a bad four-port USB 2.0 card. Because it had failed the boot sequence could not proceed beyond a certain point without...
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    I agree with you 100%. One of the things that one...

    I agree with you 100%. One of the things that one of my IT teachers taught me was that "most of the time the demos always work". As I watched the speeds increase, I keep wondering what am I missing...
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    I too was a bit surprised about the claim that...

    I too was a bit surprised about the claim that Dragon speak makes a few errors. Dragon speak makes a lot of errors! I was working on my graduate papers using Dragon speak and believing the...
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    Thanks for the comeback.. have an MSI X58E PRO...

    Thanks for the comeback.. have an MSI X58E PRO with an i7. I'm with you and not a gamer but I feel that I'm "missing something" thus I need to understand the slang. I COULD overclock but have seen no...
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    Thanks... yeah... that might work... I need to...

    Thanks... yeah... that might work... I need to delete 100+ columns anyway... yeah... use the common key and bring it in pieces.... yeah

    THANKS

    Using Access 2007 or 2010
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    ACCESS column importing limits

    I have a large txt file with | delimiter BUT there are 287 columns, Access says it can only import 255 columns. How can I limit the number of columns imported without deleting them in excel one by...
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    I agree with this particularly at work. I usually...

    I agree with this particularly at work. I usually tell them to call tech support as I can spend hours trying to explain how to set up a PST file. Sometimes we have to learn to let go
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    Thanks.... have speccy. But when I read about...

    Thanks.... have speccy. But when I read about over clocking etc, I'm trying to find out what "fast" means. I have 16+GB 1600 DDR 3 but POST says it's running at 534Mhz...
  24. What is commonly not understood is that USB ports...

    What is commonly not understood is that USB ports fail. I have had a number of USB cards installed and when one of the circuits failed, it gave me problems booting my rig. If you have one of those...
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    Judging RAM Speed

    When looking at the RAM speed on POST, what does 533Mhz mean and other than "looks ok to me" how can I judge if it's fast enough, Have Crucial RAM 16k but what does that mean as well.
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