• wavy

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    • in reply to: Can’t stream music via Internet anymore #1462862

      Can you change the port the Nas server uses??
      A vpn is also a possibility.

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    • in reply to: music #1462850

      Of course there is always internet radio w/ shoutcast to give station choice based on genra

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    • in reply to: IE 11 wrecks Google Maps #1462603

      Glad to be of help Bill

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    • in reply to: Revert to FF 28 #1462483

      https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/

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    • in reply to: IE 11 wrecks Google Maps #1462482

      Bill.There is a new version of google maps that arrived a bit ago. The non classic version has an icon on the bottom left that will allow a return to old (better IMHO) version.
      And you just reminded me I should check traffic on the way home :rolleyes:

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    • in reply to: Announcing EMET 5.0 #1462252

      Ahh sadly not for XP :blush:
      Might be time to move on………..

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    • in reply to: Recover Photos after Full Factory Recovery ? #1462228

      I like the idea of the LiveCD with Testdisk but it seems to work for DELETED files. The PhotoRec program (same source) can find photos with a signature based search but it is not clear that it is included on any of the live cds listed. The safestquickest bet is to use a separate computer to install any rescue program and access the drive w/ the wanted photos externally.

      PhotoRec is file data recovery software designed to recover lost files including video, documents and archives from hard disks, CD-ROMs, and lost pictures (thus the Photo Recovery name) from digital camera memory. PhotoRec ignores the file system and goes after the underlying data, so it will still work even if your media’s file system has been severely damaged or reformatted.

      Best of luck Inexorable

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    • in reply to: Follow-up questions about Android security apps #1462216

      Besides its Las Vegas origins (ok that Zappotos guy is running a startup community out there) I DO NOT like that on playstore it says FREE and several paragraphs later reveals that if you actually want to block anything its a subscription.
      I will be exploring DroidWall, LBE Privacy Guard and other stuff (from http://www.howtogeek.com/115888/how-to-restrict-android-app-permissions/) It seems it will require Root.

      Any experiences in this vein would be appreciated.

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    • in reply to: Adobe Flash Player local storage #1462213

      Flashplayer has made it debute in the Control Panel? I must be falling behind I thought besides the popup I got sometimes changes had to go through the Adobe website. But I have been doing w/o Flash on my XP machine for a few months now.

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    • Mike
      How is the automation device connected?
      Can you ping the laptop and printer from the desktop??

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    • in reply to: cursor keeps moving #1462027


      On the touch screen I maintain at work there is a calibration routine. But now that I have reread your question you might look for the touch pad s/w to adjust sensitivities.

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    • in reply to: Thunderbird Ver. 31 #1461882


      see http://kb.mozillazine.org/Profile_folder_-_Thunderbird#Finding_your_profile
      http://kb.mozillazine.org/Profile_folder_-_Thunderbird#Finding_your_profile

      I had to look it up because I changed the location of mine to put it on a separate drive πŸ˜‰

      oops did not read your post carefully.

      And dg’s method is easier:cool:

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    • in reply to: Thunderbird Ver. 31 #1461761

      Banyarola
      I would make a copy of your profile folder before that. Juuuust incase…
      And thanks to thomasjk for the reminder that mozbackup can back up Thunder bird I will be trying that myself. But I will still copy the profile folder…

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    • in reply to: BSOD after Unplugging USB Wifi Dongle #1461759

      Don’t just unplug the Dongle. Use the little tray icon to ‘safely remove usb device’ The dongle probably draws a bit of current and usb can be a bit sensitive. I will let others troubleshoot your connection problems.

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    • in reply to: Erase or format old C drive #1461756

      Hey Dr Who
      You never got back to me on another thread when I asked about SATA drivers for the DOS boot disk for Ghost.
      πŸ™

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