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  • Using Google Drive with data stored on a NAS

    I have Google Drive for my backup (I have plenty of local storage / moved my directory onto my storage drive). But now I bought a laptop that has only 256 GB of local storage but I have a NAS with plenty of space. But here's my issue: Is there a way I can use Google Drive with data stored on the...

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  • Is antivirus needed for Windows 8 devices?

    antivirus is needed for windows 8 or not.

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  • Project server 2007 – project check in failed at 37%

    I have a problem with a project, since a week I'm no longer able to complete the check-in/publishing. the project seems to be corrupted. - Updates from resources fails in to be applied - cannot open the project with the MS Project client Any idea how to solve this problem? Project server 2007...

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  • Loading Windows ROM on a rooted Android device

    How do I load Windows ROM onto a rooted Android device?

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  • Power usage efficiency in data center

    Is there an Excel spreadsheet template to calculate PUE in data center?

    Wesley15 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between FEX and line card?

    I am confused in FEX and line card, are they different? Thank you in advance

    Pratik2920 pointsBadges:
  • How to export .DWG to .VTP

    How do I export standard CAD files, such as .DWG, from SolidWorks to .VTP format?

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  • Outlook will not delete emails

    I keep getting an unidentified error message, no code or number, that says my outlook has reached maximum capacity and I need to permanently delete emails the create room but outlook will not allow me to delete any emails. Outlook will not send or receive any new emails. I figure it's a virus but...

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  • Best way to backup a NAS drive to a USB drive

    Anyone know the best way to backup 600 GB+ of data on a NAS drive to a USB external drive? I need to make weekly copies (in case of an emergency). I already tried xcopy but it crashed pretty quickly. The NAS drive is a D-Link DNS and the USB drive is a Seagate. Thank you so much.

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  • What is Li-Fi

    What is Li-Fi?

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  • CLIENT MAC ADDR 00 16 35 66… GUID: 0EF0C… error on startup

    When I turn on my desktop PC it displays the HP invent Logo and then I get the following display HP UNDI PXE-2.1 V8.1.53 (then some HP copyright stuff) HP Base Code PXE-2.1 v1.0.2 (then some HP copyright stuff) and the following errors:CLIENT MAC ADDR: 00 16 35 66 31 52 GUID: 0EF0C819 2CB9 DA11...

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  • File fails during upload to NAS

    My client machine has been running Windows 7 64-bit and I'm trying to copy a small file over to my NAS device. I've begun to notice that usually one out of five uploads are successful. All of the others will fail at different times during the process (basically the progress bar freezes). I can't...

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  • Job ending abnormally instead of going to MSGW

    I have a scheduled job with a command: SBMJOB CMD(CLRPFM TEST). If the file is lock, the job just ends abnormally saying the file cannot be cleared coz it is lock. Without putting the CLRPFM command in a CL PGM, is there a way to set it up that the job will go on MSGW in order for me to do a retry?...

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  • What’s the best RAID NAS configuration for my setup?

    I'm trying to build a NAS and I've figured out I can go two ways on doing this: Using a 1 24+ Port RAID controller that makes the whole array one single RAID 10 array Using 2 12+ Port RAID controllers making two separate RAID 10 arrays (12 drives per array) Here's my question: What's the biggest...

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  • Overlapping screen in OS/400

    I have overlapping display screens in OS/400. What should I do?

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  • Reason behind the *INLR = *OFF process

    Hi, it may be dump question for you, but can anyone please clearly explain me, what is happening when I do *inlr = *off. I have tried with the sample example code as below: HDFTACTGRP(*NO) Option(*NODEBUGIO) FEmployee1 iF E k Disk DNum1 S 2S 0 inz(4) DNum2 S 2S 0 inz(4) DRes S 4S 0 /Free Setll...

    srivijay1320 pointsBadges:
  • Takes a long time for thumbnails and menu to appear on NAS

    On my Western Digital NAS, I currently have a pictures folder. Using Windows 7, when I click on it, I always get the loading icon that lasts a long time. I've also noticed that when it's a larger folder, it takes longer to load. I've tried restarting the router / NAS but that has no effect. But...

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  • Slow Wi-Fi performance when doing rsync from Mac to NAS

    I've noticed that when I try to do a rsync from my Mac to my NAS, it runs serious slow upload speeds. On my files that are 20 MB+, it runs very slow. But when I disable my Wi-Fi and connect through an Ethernet cable, the upload speed is great. Is the problem with the Wi-Fi? If not, what should I do?

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  • Merchant retention of card holder account info

    Is a merchant allowed to retain full card numbers? If so, what are the rules and regulations regarding this? Please advise how each media is addressed (IE paper reports, electronic reports, etc.)

    peteconcannon1235 pointsBadges:
  • Create a chart for this year’s sales data

    How do I create a chart for the current year's sales data?

    lammons5 pointsBadges:

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