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  • How to recover data from damaged USB drive?

    I just accidentally sat on my USB storage stick whilst it was still in the port of my PC. It is now bent and the connections may have been damaged. My PC does not detect the USB drive. How can I recover the data on the drive?

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  • Opening an HTM file

    Hi, I have a file of photographs within Dropbox which is saved as an HTM file. However I cannot open this file using either google chrome or internet explorer. Can anyone help? Operating system is Windows 10.

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  • Will my normal GSM SIM card works on WCDMA phone?

    I'm from india. I want to buy intex cloud 4g star. Its slot 1 is WCDMA. Will it accept a GSM SIM card?

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  • Advantages of database system over file systems

    Does anyone know of the advantages of a database system over file systems. Thanks!

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  • How to set proper TCP buffer size?

    Hi, We have 3 AS/400 systems PR, HA (Both are on same physical location) & DR (situated in different physical location around 1000 KM away from PR system). All the three systems are in sync using MIMIX Global. We had 100 mbps WAN link configured for PR to DR replication. PR & HA replication...

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  • Resume stopped job in Linux

    Is there a way to resume a stopped job in Linux? I accidentally hit CTRL-Z and it brought me back to my console. I still see it when I type jobs, like this: [*****]$ jobs [1]+ Stopped emacs test_queue.cpp Thanks!

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  • AS/400: Remove duplicate rows from table

    I have a table created through Create Table query. Now there are duplicate records in this table. eg:  field1    field2        100      AAAAA 100     BBBBB         200    CCCCC         200    DDDDD         300    EEEEE 400    FFFFF         400    GGGGG. Now, I...

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  • Archival Institutions

    What is the impact of emerging technologies on the Archives of the archival institutions?

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  • Impact / estimate for DB2 database archiving

    What's the impact / estimate for DB2 database archiving?

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  • Mail merge from Excel to print labels

    I have gone through the step by step instructions of a mail merge from excel to print labels. When I print, only one page of labels shows up and prints. The rest of the names that are checkmarked to be included does not come up in view document or prints. Only one page. What am I doing wrong?

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  • Rename folder in Windows 8

    When I logged into Windows 8 for the first time recently (with my Microsoft Account), it said a new folder is created. Like this: C:\Users\dzinx_000 I know that in earlier versions of Windows but for some reason, I can't figure out how to do it in Windows 8. Does anyone know how? Thank you.

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  • What default SSID and default password can I connect to a network

    How can I get into a default SSID / password to connect to a network?

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  • Can a CPU directly insert and delete information from a hard disk?

    Does anyone know if a CPU directly insert and delete information from a hard disk?

    abihajamil5 pointsBadges:
  • Is It possible to retrieve dropped tables in Oracle?

    Hello Experts, I want to know one thing that is it possible to retrieve the dropped tables by mistake from an application user? If yes then please share the procedure involved it so that I can proceed further accordingly.

    VijayDahiya125 pointsBadges:
  • Can I become a NOC engineer?

    If I do not have a CCNA certificate, can I become a NOC engineer?

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  • Gmail security question

    Can my google email account be traced by a company's IT department back to my IP address?

    Chiwichua5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Excel: Get distinct values from a column

    In Excel, I have a column with different values and I need to find out what distinct values are in there. Is there a way to do that? Here's what I came up with in SQL Server: SELECT Distinct(MyColumn) FROM MyTable. Is there something like that?

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  • Have Windows 7 ignore Wi-Fi over Ethernet connection

    Whenever I dock my Windows 7 laptop, I always connect through a wired Ethernet connection over Wi-Fi. But how can I make it ignore the Wi-Fi when Ethernet is available? Thank you.

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  • Can MSI files be deleted?

    I performed a duplicate file search with C-Cleaner. There are several duplicate .msi files with the same name but in different locations. Can they be deleted?

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  • Logon/Logoff script setup as group policy not running – Server 2008

    I have written two scripts to create a log of when a user log ons and off the network. I have tested the scripts by double clicking on them and they work fine and I am able to get them to run on a local machine by setting them to run at logon/logoff by using the local group policy editor. My issue...

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