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    Re: Windows 7 Networking Issue

    I should've been a little more specific.

    When I said hardware switch I meant a physical toggle switch near the left-front or left side of the chassis. Those are more common than aggregate function...
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    [RESOLVED] Windows 7 Networking Issue

    Hello all.

    I have a Dell Inspiron 1440 running Windows 7 Home Premuim 64-bit that's having a serious issue with networking and I'm needing a fresh set of eyes on the issue.

    The dialog box that...
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    Re: External PHP Function Not Found

    That assumption is incorrect. While I'm sure the sentence I wrote had the wrong impact (entirely my fault for not being clear enough and I apologize),



    rest assured that the HTML markup lies...
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    External PHP Function Not Found

    I'm still pretty new to PHP but I'm finding it to be a very powerful and useful language. However, I'm finding a very critical need for a feature that I've been told is available but I can't seem to...
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    Help Utilizing Hosts File

    Over the past few weeks, I've been reading up on some information on using a hosts file in parallel with DNS lookups. However I'm still not able to find out any real pertinent information on the...
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    Chkdsk on Folder-Mounted Drive

    I have a 60GB SSD as my OS installation and a 1TB as my files/programs installation. The 1TB is partitioned off down the middle and holds files/programs respectively. Each partition is mounted as a...
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    Re: Heatsink Popped Off!

    I keep thinking that the chip may very well be toast. Before I removed the board or attempted any type of thought process on this, I noticed the chip had a decent bit of dust on it as did the bottom...
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    Heatsink Popped Off!

    I've seen this happen before but I'm not too sure as to a potential repair route.

    I'm working on a HP Pavilion 775y desktop computer. The heatsink that cools the northbridge popped off so it's...
  9. Re: Monitor tinted red after lightning strike...?

    Just a suggestion. Usually that kind of stuff happens (trust me I've seen it happen plenty of times as I've been working with monitors for quite some time) and in your original post it didn't mention...
  10. Re: Monitor tinted red after lightning strike...?

    Each modern LCD monitor has controls built into it that allow you to control which colors appear more vibrant on the screen than others. The colors you can pick from are usually only red, green, and...
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    Re: Slight Problem with EFS in Win 7

    It's my My Pictures folder. I basically encrypted the Documents, Videos, Music, Pictures, and Downloads folder. I went to decrypt all of them and it crapped out on the Pictures folder and has been...
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    Slight Problem with EFS in Win 7

    I encrypted a few folders in my account directory and decided that since I usually tug around a majority of those files with me, it might not be the best idea to encrypt them so I decided to...
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    Missing Optical Drive?

    I'm working on a Compaq Presario F700 notebook. It's having trouble locating the optical drive. I'm running out of ideas but I'm thinking it would almost have to be hardware related. Here's what I've...
  14. [RESOLVED] C++/CLI - Parse a String for Whitespace Replacement

    As the subject implies, I'm having a bit of trouble parsing a target String for whitespace character replacement. Basically I need to parse the String object for each instance of whitespace and...
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    POST Diagnostics Cards

    I've been looking around for variations of the POST Diagnostics Card and there don't seem to be too many options available. StarTech has what appears to be a pretty decent one (PCI) but the price...
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    BIOS HDD Size Recognition Not Right

    I'm working on a Dell Inspiron 9300 Notebook. The old HDD failed so I opted to replace it with one slightly larger in size. The upgrade was to a 250GB PATA from a 100GB PATA. Anyway, I noticed one...
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    Windows XP Corrupted Installations

    Hey everyone.

    I've had this issue three times now. Let me explain what I do.

    This has happened with three laptops of various vendors (HP, Dell, and Toshiba). Each of these laptops had failing...
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    Re: Windows Vista Weird Lockup Issue

    I checked the system for rootkits using both scanners and skimming though the system via a PE. Scanners didn't find anything and I didn't see anything out of the ordinary.

    I checked the drivers...
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    Windows Vista Weird Lockup Issue

    Here we go.

    I'm working on a HP laptop running Windows Vista Home Premium 64b. When I boot into Normal Mode, the OS has trouble running anything that would seemingly need a Secondary Logon, for...
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    Re: Textbox newbee question

    I wasn't really intending for you to use my code exactly. The code needs to be adapted to which type of Windows API you're using. It's different for native Win32 API than it is for managed C++/CLI....
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    Re: Textbox newbee question

    Your test condition really doesn't make any sense. What you're testing is the actual textbox object, not it's contents.

    I can't remember if it's the same for the native Windows API, but the...
  22. Re: Windows XP Boot Disables USB Devices

    Out of sheer desperation, I ran a Windows Repair and it fixed the issue. :(

    I hate doing that but I was completely out of options.
  23. [RESOLVED] Windows XP Boot Disables USB Devices

    I'm working on a Dell XPS 400 desktop computer that's running Windows XP Media Center '05. I've already had my fair share of issues with this so much so that I've had to have Dell send me a...
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    Re: Newb Question

    Insofar as DirectX and GDI are concerned yes. You'll be making calls to methods that belong to libraries.
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    Re: Newb Question

    Windows uses GDI for all of its drawing routines. Most anything that gets drawn on the screen as far as windows are concerned, it's handled through GDI. Keep in mind that any graphics routines, like...
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    Re: Laptop Keyboard Issue

    Not exactly. I apologize as I should've been a bit more clear with my description of the laptop. This is an old Dell Latitude with the odd blue trim on the bezel. The socket that holds the keyboard...
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    Laptop Keyboard Issue

    Kind of a werid one here.

    I'm working on a laptop where the keyboard ribbon mounting bracket is missing from the mainboard. Don't ask me how this happened because I have yet to figure this out.
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    Re: HDD partition tools

    I've used four tools for partitioning your hard drive. As Lord Orwell stated, Partition Magic is an excellent program for Windows for managing your partitions. However it is a pay-service so if...
  29. Re: Blank Screen for BIOS or Selected Boot Device

    Imagine that.

    As lame as this sounds, but at the time it wasn't, the VGA cable was faulty. Actually it was intermittent but with that computer, for some reason or another, it just didn't want to...
  30. Re: Slight Problem with eMachines T1440

    I ended up chalking it up to the PSU. Swapped it out and the computer functioned properly but I still have a feeling that it could've been something else. eMachine are just total garbage man.

    And...
  31. Re: Why do programs written in VC++ require runtime library to run?

    Well that's why I prefer to just keep MSVC compiled programs within a Windows environment. Most of what I write relies upon the .NET Framework anyway so as long as you have the framework runtimes...
  32. Re: Why do programs written in VC++ require runtime library to run?

    I've never been keen on static linking. From what I've seen, it's nice if you want to ensure that all third-party libraries that your program uses run appropriately on computers that don't feature...
  33. Re: Why do programs written in VC++ require runtime library to run?

    I hate to use this answer but really if you Google "Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler" or "MSVC++ Compiler" you can find websites that contain some information about how the compiler works. Personally, I...
  34. [RESOLVED] Slight Problem with eMachines T1440

    I'm taking a look at an interesting problem with this eMachines T1440. I think it's come to the point where it's officially beyond me.

    First off the computer randomly turns on. What I mean by that...
  35. Re: Why do programs written in VC++ require runtime library to run?

    err... Did you read up on exactly how the MSVC compiler works?

    The compiler is specific to the Windows platform. The code may be written in C++ but is still compiled using the Microsoft compiler....
  36. Re: SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault error

    In the insertLast method, I would strongly suggest adding some code that will assert the status of the newNode instance. I would check to make sure the allocation succeeded and that the...
  37. [RESOLVED] Blank Screen for BIOS or Selected Boot Device

    Computer Specs:
    Dell Dimension 2400
    512 MB RAM
    A lot of dust

    I need to get into the system BIOS and possibly select from a boot device. However when I press the F2 key to enter the BIOS, the...
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    Microsoft Outlook 2007 Startup Issue

    I've done some research on this issue yet can't seem to find anything that solves my problem.

    I have a computer that has Microsoft Office 2003 on it (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook). I only...
  39. Re: [RESOLVED] Help With Family Tree Maker Software

    That's lovely. Let's ship out a product that's half-compiled.

    See I thought Windows components depended upon the dotNet Framework. Seems almost pointless to have if it just hangs out without doing...
  40. Re: Help With Family Tree Maker Software

    Irregardless if they created the software or not, they manage the technical support for the software so they should be made aware of these kinds of issues. This isn't the first compalint they've...
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