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  1. I agree, it's a rather nefarious error that might...

    I agree, it's a rather nefarious error that might be nothing more than poor syntax. I guess if it happened continuously or on many sites then it might be a problem on your end and worth investigating.
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    It's probably just something is startup (System...

    It's probably just something is startup (System config utility) that's conflicting with the startup of explorer.exe at a critical time (when everything else is also initiating). You might try...
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    I get that occasionally when the page has trouble...

    I get that occasionally when the page has trouble loading, usually at times when my connection is flaky. When the connection is restored, pages load fully to the normal display again for me.
  4. Satellite would be even worse believe it or not,...

    Satellite would be even worse believe it or not, far worse. Backing up online depends on your upload speed, not download speed and that is almost always much slower than the upload bandwidth. Being...
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    Since this is an older system and "for some time"...

    Since this is an older system and "for some time" may go back as far as the update, you may like to check out this article.

    I never incurred a BSOD but other graphic (freezing, blanking) and...
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    I've had some success getting a better slideshow...

    I've had some success getting a better slideshow image by producing a 1080P video first and then processing that file into DVD format but there is still some degradation of the images because...
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    I don't know then, not knowing if it's heavier or...

    I don't know then, not knowing if it's heavier or lighter throws a spanner right into my main brain gear.
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    I've been using this page...

    I've been using this page lately, works across all browsers and all OSes as far as I can test.
  9. Or to put it another way, how many folks who've...

    Or to put it another way, how many folks who've gotten a virus had a firewall and anti-virus? The overwhelming majority, I have to think. It is nearly infinitely more important to have a reliable...
  10. Don't overlook the safe browsing, downloading...

    Don't overlook the safe browsing, downloading (and installing) and email use habits. Relying on any anti-virus is like relying on the safest-rated car in the world to prevent you from getting into an...
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    You won't lose them but you won't be able to open...

    You won't lose them but you won't be able to open them again until you reinstall Open Office or Libre Office also "understands" the .odt format.
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    One can swap the groups it seems by those rules...

    One can swap the groups it seems by those rules (none are removed) and determine which group the odd pill is in, doesn't matter which way it weighs. Remove all but two of those remaining, palming the...
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    That makes sense...I was using the wrong scale in...

    That makes sense...I was using the wrong scale in my mind.
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    Good question, I'd like to see the answer; once...

    Good question, I'd like to see the answer; once through I can only figure 4 measures and even then there's a 66% chance of needing a 50/50 guess between two.
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    Here's what I did based on what I think is your...

    Here's what I did based on what I think is your criteria. Remove-three leading places and Numbering-mode Prefix, start 1, pad 3 and it turned 748 DTS into 001 DTS.
  16. Same areal density on the two disks? The only...

    Same areal density on the two disks? The only thing surprising to me is how close the 7200 is on sequential read, unless, the areal density is different.
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    Take a look at Bulk Rename Utility...

    Take a look at Bulk Rename Utility and see if a combination of remove and numbering field settings can get the job done. Conceptually I think you would actually be removing the first few digits and...
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    Did you check the BIOS to see what your bus speed...

    Did you check the BIOS to see what your bus speed and multiplier is? It may have reset to the failsafe defaults (200MHz) and you just need to set the proper multiplier to get the speed back.
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    [SOLVED] The method we use is via Picasa. Just have it...

    The method we use is via Picasa. Just have it open and minimized, press the PrtScr key and the capture is automatically saved and cataloged in a designated Picasa folder and you know it was...
  20. If it's similar to MS DI 2006, it has very good...

    If it's similar to MS DI 2006, it has very good exposure settings and color and saturation settings broken down to gamma level control so gamma is covered more comprehensively. Sharpening is mediocre...
  21. Ya, I agree with almost all of that and only...

    Ya, I agree with almost all of that and only half-disagree on one point; the SSD makes the old computer easily faster than even a modern system with just a HDD unless the other components gets...
  22. I'm in the other camp I guess. As long as you...

    I'm in the other camp I guess. As long as you have a SATA board connection it should work. I have three or four on SATA-1 boards that are 9 or 10 years old (single core Athlon XP3200 CPUs) and...
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    Jeepers, this thread is about 80% F.U.D. If MBAM...

    Jeepers, this thread is about 80% F.U.D. If MBAM is active it is looking at some of the same data streams that Chrome is using and there's a conflict (intermittent?) somewhere. Addon invocation seems...
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    I couldn't say either, my Win 8 has been...

    I couldn't say either, my Win 8 has been mothballed for some time now.

    According to how to geek, aero glass and 3D flip have been removed from W8.
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    [SOLVED] Yes. I have HDMI out from 10 year old computers...

    Yes. I have HDMI out from 10 year old computers (PCI-e 1.0) because of add on video cards.
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