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    And back then, you got a real keyboard if you...

    And back then, you got a real keyboard if you bought an IBM computer -- an IBM model M keyboard (a clicky keyboard). I still have a couple of them in use today. Best keyboard ever made.
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    I really liked Windows 3.1. You could open...

    I really liked Windows 3.1. You could open multiple DOS windows and run several DOS programs at the same time, even copying and pasting between DOS windows.

    At my job we ran Windows 3.1 networked...
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    [SOLVED] There's your problem. You have such a huge...

    There's your problem. You have such a huge amount of photos and data tables in your document.



    Verizon isn't stripping out the encoding, but Outlook.com is. So either you strip it out...
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    Perhaps there was an update to Chrome which...

    Perhaps there was an update to Chrome which interferes with this feature. You might look back to see what update got installed at about the time the problem started happening, and uninstall that...
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    Boot into Safe Mode -- this is "plain vanilla",...

    Boot into Safe Mode -- this is "plain vanilla", bare-minimum mode. In other words, only the bare minimum of Windows functionality is running. If the problem doesn't occur while running in Safe...
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    You might try Unicode characters, which you can...

    You might try Unicode characters, which you can input from the keyboard. Here and here is more information.
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    Here are two possible solutions for you: 1. ...

    Here are two possible solutions for you:

    1. "Combination" characters -- Some programs (such as Word) allow you to build a "combination" character, that is, two characters in one, put together, to...
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    Who did you find, if you don't mind my asking?

    Who did you find, if you don't mind my asking?
  9. It may be that the circuitry for the internal...

    It may be that the circuitry for the internal monitor has a problem, whereas the circuitry for the external monitor doesn't. If this is the case, then it will be helpful to connect an external...
  10. The problem would be if there were two devices...

    The problem would be if there were two devices which were both issuing IP addresses. Therefore, the problem is not if you dropped your landline phone; the problem is if you then subscribed to a VOIP...
  11. IE4 was the first version of IE which was...

    IE4 was the first version of IE which was hardcoded into the OS, and the reason Microsoft hardcoded it into the OS was so that it wouldn't be a separate product. By doing it that way, they could...
  12. If I understand the question correctly, what you...

    If I understand the question correctly, what you want is an automatic copy of all outgoing emails.

    There is an extremely easy way to do this, no matter what your email service is: make sure that...
  13. We happened to be having continual internet...

    We happened to be having continual internet connection issues at the same time that we decided to switch to Vonage. So it all worked out very well for us, and it was really cool to see the...
  14. Perhaps you could plug a monitor into the Micro...

    Perhaps you could plug a monitor into the Micro HDMI port. The external monitor might work at a higher resolution, which would indicate a problem with the internal monitor, such as the video driver....
  15. Also for future reference: 1. You have a...

    Also for future reference:

    1. You have a buried cable. Is it in conduit? If not, is it possible that something has been chewing on it under the ground? I recommend that you use conduit for...
  16. A solution for internet connection issues

    A recent discussion here at the WS Lounge reminded me of a solution I stumbled upon accidentally for internet connection problems.

    Several years ago we had Cox cable internet, with a separate...
  17. Another thing to consider is that whenever you...

    Another thing to consider is that whenever you make changes, such as WPA to WPA2, or changing the channel on the router, you should delete and then reestablish the connection profile on each device,...
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    Try running the following, to see what will...

    Try running the following, to see what will happen:

    xcopy %source% %dest%

    In other words, simplify the command, for troubleshooting purposes.

    Before doing that, open a command prompt and...
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    I read this article...

    I read this article, which tells how to continue to get XP updates which Microsoft intends for embedded and POS XP installs.

    Since there are differences between regular XP and embedded XP, it's...
  20. [SOLVED] "Powerline" adapters don't require that you run...

    "Powerline" adapters don't require that you run any cable from the router to the computer. The only cable that you run is from your computer to the nearest electrical outlet.
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    Perhaps your ISP provides free hosting along with...

    Perhaps your ISP provides free hosting along with your internet service. That's about the only free hosting you are going to find which doesn't have any ads, etc.
  22. I have Excel 2010. The following may also be...

    I have Excel 2010. The following may also be true of Excel 2003.

    As described by what Rick linked to in post #2:

    The only way I have found that Excel will let me have two separate Excel...
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    Also, I'm not sure if this matters, but I would...

    Also, I'm not sure if this matters, but I would put spaces at the end:

    Put 1 > NUL rather than 1>NUL
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    Apparently this is why you want people to put the...

    Apparently this is why you want people to put the date at the beginning of their blog posts!
  25. I haven't used Outlook 2016, but in previous...

    I haven't used Outlook 2016, but in previous versions of Outlook, there was no need to "import" a PST file. The only thing you needed to do was to choose File / Open / Open Outlook Data File, browse...
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