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    Joe, Just in case someone is wondering WHY? a...

    Joe,

    Just in case someone is wondering WHY? a failing hard drive would cause a problem accessing a removable drive, the answer is: Hard drives are divided into "sectors". Data is stored in each of...
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    The first thing I would do is call Hauppaugue...

    The first thing I would do is call Hauppaugue tech support and pose that question to them as well as what has already been suggested, to ask them what the timeline is... IF it is forthcoming, that...
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    Yep..... it was resolved. I ran an advanced...

    Yep..... it was resolved. I ran an advanced diagnostic test on the hard drive and it failed. I had the owner call Toshiba and they confirmed that this would cause the problem and agreed to replace...
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    This is unrelated, but you should not have 2...

    This is unrelated, but you should not have 2 antivirus programs installed on your system. Get rid of one of them... McCrapee would be the one to dump....
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    In a Windows Explorer window, go to "Organize >...

    In a Windows Explorer window, go to "Organize > Folder and Search Options". On the "View" tab, scroll down and make sure that "Remember each folder's view settings" is checked.
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300...

    1. eSATA is considerably faster than USB 2.0; 300 MB/s vs. 60 MB/s.

    2. eSATA in some cases is not "hot swappable", i.e., it must be powered on at the enclosure at bootup. It cannot be disconnected...
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    1. According to Paul Thurrott, you have never...

    1. According to Paul Thurrott, you have never been able to move an OEM Windows operating system to another machine. Yet, as stated above, I have done this on several occasions with the help of...
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    1. "OEM" and "Builder Pack" are identical to...

    1. "OEM" and "Builder Pack" are identical to Retail except for packaging and as mentioned support. There may be other "legal" restrictions on transferring the operating system to another machine if...
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    Thanks to both! :) Yep, it would appear from the...

    Thanks to both! :) Yep, it would appear from the article that the "Sync" feature has replaced the age-old "Send/Receive" function. I even looked at Sync and the menu and of course "Sync" was...
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    I wouldn't know if it is definitely a codec...

    I wouldn't know if it is definitely a codec problem but I can also affirm that the Shark007 codec packages are fantastic. No need to install another silly media player. WMP will play anything and...
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    Right, I am faced with the infamous "a network...

    Right, I am faced with the infamous "a network cable is unplugged" error on a XP SP-3 machine. As many of the regulars here know, I am no novice when it comes to working with PCs. So when I post a...
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    I have been setting up a client's Windows 7...

    I have been setting up a client's Windows 7 64-bit PC and got to the point of configuring "Windows Live Mail"; importing his OE dbx files and wba, which went sorta well. But after getting things...
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    Thanks, Joe. This program just keeps getting...

    Thanks, Joe. This program just keeps getting better and better. And, the price is right too! http://the-highway.com/Smileys/wink3.gif
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    You might try booting with your Windows 7...

    You might try booting with your Windows 7 installation DVD and in the Repair Console, run the "Memory Diagnosis" test to see if you might have a bad stick of RAM.

    What antivirus program do you...
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    I can't seem to find a way to rename an Outlook...

    I can't seem to find a way to rename an Outlook (2007) "Note". The default naming of Notes appears to be the text of the first line of the Note itself.

    Is it possible to rename a Note? and if so,...
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    This is perfectly normal depending whether you...

    This is perfectly normal depending whether you installed the second operating system from within Windows or by booting from the operating system DVD/CD....
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    I agree with BigAlDoc that it is a breath of...

    I agree with BigAlDoc that it is a breath of fresh air to read a non-bashing Microsoft response. However, I would have to say that in my experience Vista has been one great operating system; even...
  25. Well, MM... I suspect we don't have nearly the...

    Well, MM... I suspect we don't have nearly the snow you have since the latest dump passed us by. But it is definitely http://the-highway.com/Smileys/cold1.gif
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