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Chris

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  1. Beauty sleep andsome, beauty sleep.
  2. It's turned off. But I do have the power to delete them. Admin perk.
  3. Any better? You'll have to post images of the specific areas you're having trouble with. I have perfect 12.5/13.6666 vision p.s I've bumped up the font size just a tad.
  4. Come on Craig get a move on. ​
  5. The Rich Text Editor (RTE) is disabled on iPad as it's not support by IPB on mobile devices (for the version of the forum software we are currently using). However it is supported on version 4 of IPB which is currently undergoing testing.
  6. How much free space do you actually have then? You could move pictures, videos etc onto another drive (if you have one of course), update and then move it all back.
  7. You can still send it off.
  8. Current status: December 30, 2011: Product replacement pending :D
  9. I'll take a guess and say it's the add-on that you had installed before the format. See screenshot; Do you still have that after the format? I've seen that before but cannot remember what the add-on is called, something to do with 'Passwords'? If you still have it; disable it and try again with IE.
  10. Thanks, Alan... You are correct! - if only people would fill in their 'specs'. The problem is keeping them updated. It works both ways.
  11. http://thisismynext....edicted-floodi/ http://www.reuters.c...E79R66220111028 ...and yes this is a little late as HDD have already gone up!
  12. I think it's related to your username. The board does not like it. Scrap that.
  13. Oh yeah I've been using VM's for a long time. Actually I bought VMWare Workstation 4 back in 2004. My VMWare account still shows this purchase, I then upgraded to V5. But now I've moved over to the Mac I'm using Fusion.
  14. Not from your computer, but from your browser.
  15. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ultimax-Headphone-holder/dp/B0016HM8MO/ref=sr_1_8?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1295135082&sr=1-8
  16. If you're running: copy Then it should show any errors. But you will need to put a pause on the end so it doesn't vanish. Although I assume you have have done this? When the copying takes place is it when the computer is booting (i.e. when the desktop is loading) or are you doing it when Windows is up and running? When it fails on a client goto Start, Run, Enter the server host name, click OK and see if you can see it's shares. If it fails then it should show you something we can go on.
  17. What is the speed on the LAN 10/100/1000 ? How are the drives configured on the server? Do you copy all in one go to all clients? When the file copy fails are there any error messages?
  18. Post your batch file. I suspect it's UAC or you are not running miso.exe with Admin privileges?
  19. OK, Looking back on this from April, I've now got 64bit Windows 7 and have found this... With jre-6u22-windows-i586-s.exe and jre-6u22-windows-x64. Install x86 Java (only) on x64 Windows 7 - Java CPL shows the Update tab. Updater is present in msconfig with the command being C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe and the location as HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. Install x64 Java (only) on x64 Windows 7 - Java CPL does not show the Update tab. Updater is NOT present in msconfig and there is no Java directory in C:\Program Files\Common Files. The above are not installed on the same computer - only install one and you will see. Now... Install both on the same computer. 1) Install x86 Java - Java shows as Java 32-bit in the control panel (from C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\javacpl.exe). The Update tab is shown. (Updater is present in msconfig) 2) Now install x64 Java - Java now shows as Java in the control panel (from C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\javacpl.exe). The Update tab is now NOT shown. (Updater is still present in msconfig) What gives?
  20. +1 for bludgard lots of links there, unfortunately I cannot give you back the time it took you to do it.
  21. It's all powered by the java script that you can view (but not necessarily understand) http://www.howsecureismypassword.net/passwordstrength.js As for the perfect password https://www.grc.com/passwords.htm
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