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  1. Google Calendar mobile site change - can anyone verify?

    Hi all,

    At work we have some Google calendars that are used to track where everyone is going to be. The staff use the mobile site to get an overview of where everyone (they use calendar apps to...
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    Re: New HP Video Driver Problems

    Ok, sorry should have been more specific.

    You will be running IE say, and the window will become unresponsive, and after a few seconds the screen will flash to black, recover and a message will...
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    New HP Video Driver Problems

    Hi all,

    Relative recently bought new PC - http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/computers/desktop-computers/all-in-ones/hp-omni-all-in-one-20-100-5120a/prod110358.html.

    Seemed like an ideal purchase...
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    Re: Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    So got it all done. Solder job onto the m-board went quite well if I say so myself. After I eventually debugged the IDE cable conflicts that were occurring, I discovered that the PC uses DDR ram, of...
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    Re: Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    Well I have taken it all apart, and am going to go for the professional route. Got some new thermal paste and will resolder the clip. Thanks for the tip regarding amount Agent_24.

    Will let you all...
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    Re: Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    As for the soldering, my mother wouldn't mind at all, but my landlady would be significantly less impressed at the shiny sparkles introduced to the carpet :devil
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    Re: Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    Oh I'm happy enough soldering, just haven't done it on a PCB. Though I guess seeing it is going onto where the clip is there are prob no important joints back there.

    That being said, its not a PC...
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    Re: Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    Does installing a graphics card bypass the onboard GPU at all? Or will the onboard one be called during bios boot etc?
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    Re: Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    Ok, thanks for the tips. Looks like a similar motherboard at the very least, though this one has only two Ram slots.

    Soldering eh? Could be an adventure.
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    Motherboard heat sink loose in case

    Hi all,

    Been helping some family members with their computer, and opened up the tower to check the motherboard model number. Unpleasantly surprised to find a heat sink sitting in the bottom of the...
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    Re: Network Access on Resume from sleep

    Cheers Speedy, option was checked, will let you know if the problem persists.
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    Network Access on Resume from sleep

    Hi all,

    Been having some problems with my win7 pc accessing the network. It is connected to our router through ethernet.

    When the computer wakes up from sleep mode, the network does not...
  13. Re: Attention MSWord gurus - strange formatting problem

    Well worked around the problem. For the first instance, cutting and re-pasting the relevant paragraph made it work, whereas in the second place I ended up moving all the captions into textboxes.
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  14. Re: Attention MSWord gurus - strange formatting problem

    Sorry, should have specified, using Word 2007.

    Attempted to add section breaks above and below, and narrowed margins from 2.54 to 2.3 cm. Turned on paragraph marks, and the only change was that...
  15. Attention MSWord gurus - strange formatting problem

    Hi there,

    Am in the process of writing up the final report for a Uni project, using MS Word. It contains figures, tables, captions and in line references to those, in order to keep everything...
  16. Thread: E-Ink Technology

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    Re: E-Ink Technology

    Haha eink just as difficult - no backlight.

    That explains it I suppose. Its not so annoying really, you are generally either reading or not. Bootup time isn't as long as I thought it would be, and...
  17. Thread: E-Ink Technology

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    E-Ink Technology

    Hi all,

    Bought myself a Kobo reader at the weekend. Really enjoying it so far, very easy to read. When I plugged it in it installed a firmware update, all good.

    Been reading about the update on...
  18. Re: Best program for monitoring individual PC internet usage

    At my flat we use either Netlimiter 2 Monitor (http://www.netlimiter.com/download.php) which can differentiate between local and internet.

    For Windows 7 I have also been using Networx...
  19. Thread: HJT log

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    Re: HJT log

    Thanks again
  20. Thread: HJT log

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    HJT log

    Hi there,

    Following an infection last week on my main pc, I ran some scans on my laptop (haven't had it out since). Virus cleaned some stuff, which looks the same as the virus I had previously, so...
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    Re: After an Infection

    Thanks speedy, once again you've been a great help. Much appreciated.
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    Re: After an Infection

    Thanks Speedy.

    Malware Bytes comes up with 4 things:

    Attached file: Capture21274946006.png (202 KB)

    Ok to just Remove them all?
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    After an Infection

    Evening all.

    Booted windows the other day and was warned by AV (MSE) that a virus was detected on my PC. Ran full scan, virus vaulted a few items, and I restarted.

    When I went to use firefox, I...
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    Re: Remote Shutdown over Windows 7

    Works like a charm! Thanks for all the help. One thing if anyone comes across this thread later: I'd advise using a separate/generic password for the software as it is kept in a plain text document...
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    Re: Remote Shutdown over Windows 7

    Ok, so installing it on 64bit defaults it to the 'Program Files (x86)' folder. There is no way to change this in the installer.

    Then it looks for the config file in the 'Program Files' folder,...
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