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    Re: Problem for audiophiles

    If it helps I recently "upgraded" that PC from windows 10 to 11 and it made no difference, except to make the audio settings harder to find.
  2. Re: Has anybody here had any GOOD experiences with the diabolical K***y vacuums?

    I'm ashamed to admit I own one of that brand. I have no excuse for the lapse that let me buy it. They are good vacuum cleaners but overly complicated and way overpriced. Their sales techniques alone...
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    Re: Problem for audiophiles

    My setup has always had a couple of issues that I think are due to the way the PC and TV / Soundbar all talk to each other. Firstly the screen blanks (totally black) for a moment when I launch...
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    Re: Reinstall bypassed Win11.

    You could also make an image of your current setup and use that to restore it if needed. Only issue is it will quickly get out of date if you don't do it regularly.
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    Re: A beautiful voice has been stilled!

    I've watched that video before, it makes some good arguments but is mainly focussed on common pop music which is not something I listen to much anyway.
    There is good music coming out all the time if...
  6. Re: HOUSE OF THE DRAGON - Games of Thrones Prequel

    Fair enough but I find it odd that you read all of them if you didn't enjoy, I'd have stopped myself :)
    Silmarillion is tough going and not particularly fun, more for hardcore fans after some of...
  7. Re: HOUSE OF THE DRAGON - Games of Thrones Prequel

    If you like fantasy and reading it's almost a crime not to read lord of the rings :) They are also great movies IMHO.
    Different if fantasy is not your usual thing. Game of thrones got a lot of fans...
  8. Re: HOUSE OF THE DRAGON - Games of Thrones Prequel

    I'm hopeful I'll enjoy it, Game of thrones was something I really enjoyed watching.
    Also lord of the rings series on the way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYnQDsaxHZU
  9. Thread: Petrol

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    Re: Petrol

    That's not as much of a problem as it is often made out to be, batteries are proving to be very reliable for the most part and getting better as technology improves. I don't need to realise what it...
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    Re: Speeding up your PC

    If you are using windows tools to defrag it doesn't even give you the option on SSDs any more, just has an "Optimise" option that runs a trim operation - not particularly useful for most people as...
  11. Thread: Petrol

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    Re: Petrol

    According to Gaspy Hamilton prices range from $2.826 to $3.139, useful app on my smartphone

    Think I fluked it with the timing buying my electric car just before petrol prices went mad again, power...
  12. Re: Help with Text Maker - free version of Word

    Have you tried the insert button on the keyboard ?
    Otherwise there'll be a setting somewhere I'm sure.
  13. Thread: sport glasses

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    Re: sport glasses

    I have multiple glasses, got the cheapest pair I could from Zenni @ $50 to leave in my glove box, have a more expensive pair with auto tinting for general use, and a pair of polarised prescription...
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    Re: For Your Consideration and Comment.

    I've seen this cut and pasted about 3 times now, each time with different names and locations. It's fabricated and the maths is bad. There may be some valid points hiding in there but due to the...
  15. Re: Teslas running Autopilot involved in 273 crashes reported since last year

    It's difficult to really know how bad it is, would the driver have crashed in the same situation without the car's help? we don't know and I don't see how we can test for that.
    There would need to...
  16. Thread: Cat astrophy.

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    Re: Cat astrophy.

    hold control and roll the mouse wheel
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    Re: Hacked by Deadbolt!

    Did you try starting without the hard drives? that should have worked.

    I changed my settings as they suggested and enabled 2 factor authentication on mine today. Had to change the time settings...
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    Re: Hacked by Deadbolt!

    Trying to make sense of the Asus help pages here https://www.asustor.com/en/knowledge/detail/?id=&group_id=628
    and here https://www.asustor.com/en/knowledge/detail/?id=6&group_id=630

    They make...
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    Re: Hacked by Deadbolt!

    Does yours have a reset button on the back ? should reset the password and network settings. See 2nd option here https://itenterpriser.com/how-to/how-to-factory-reset-your-asustor-nas/ worth a try...
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    Re: Windows 11 for all??

    Still no support for the i3 7100U in my intel NUC, pity as I wanted to have a play on that as it's not currently in use.

    My gaming PC could support it but I don't want to mess with it as I'm...
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    Re: Working from home?

    Don't even need "spyware" as such, my old job uses skype for interoffice calling and it shows you if someone's away and for how long etc.
    I'll admit when I was working from home I used some software...
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    Re: Excel help please

    I don't have access to excel any more or I'd be able to figure it out. Something I have done in the past as a cheat when having problems is to use multiple cells with their own formulas and just...
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    Re: Problems with SD cards -

    SD cards aren't really designed as boot devices and have a limited number of write cycles before they become read only. Or at least that's what I've read, never experienced it personally.
    My guess...
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    Re: SSD for laptop

    Crucial have a decent warranty and a lot of good reviews. The ones I've owned have never given me trouble, oldest is a 120G sata SSD in use as a boot drive since that was a good size for an SSD.
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    Re: SSD for laptop

    The crucial MX series SSD is a good option that sometimes is enough cheaper than samsung to be worth it, but if the price is close I'd still go samsung.
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