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    Cool! Good to here it's all working again. :)

    Cool! Good to here it's all working again. :)
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    If you see the same problem on the same sites...

    If you see the same problem on the same sites when using a different browser, it would lead me to believe those sites must somehow be attempting to keep people from recording their pages.
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    While you are viewing the page, try pressing...

    While you are viewing the page, try pressing [Ctrl][S] to save, or [Ctrl][P] to print (and then save to a PDF).
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    Thanks Fink. I'm sure she'd be pleased. RIP...

    Thanks Fink. I'm sure she'd be pleased.

    RIP Martha!
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    Awesome!

    Awesome!
  6. Yep, either rotate it twice right, (or left).

    Yep, either rotate it twice right, (or left).
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    Sure, no problem.

    Sure, no problem.
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    No, it should pop up an error. I'd move a bit...

    No, it should pop up an error.

    I'd move a bit over half of the movies off, defrag what's left (if it's a HD), then shrink.
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    To be on the safe side I'd leave a little bit ......

    To be on the safe side I'd leave a little bit ... a few gigs or so.
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    Yes. Press [Winkey][R] type in diskmgmt.msc and...

    Yes. Press [Winkey][R] type in diskmgmt.msc and press [Enter]. Right-click the partition which you want to shrink, choose "Shrink Volume...", set the amount of space to shink and click "Shrink".
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    What's the budget?

    What's the budget?
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    HotHardware.com > ASUS ROG Strix Hero III Review:...

    HotHardware.com > ASUS ROG Strix Hero III Review: A Svelte RTX Gaming Laptop
  13. Thread: Printer Ink

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    Your best bet would be to use that Cannon ink...

    Your best bet would be to use that Cannon ink cartridges that they designed for your specific printer. Along with their recommended photo paper.
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    Ditto.

    Ditto.
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    Sounds like it may be time to get Malwarebytes...

    Sounds like it may be time to get Malwarebytes Support involved: https://support.malwarebytes.com/hc/en-us
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    Uninstall and reinstall using the Malwarebytes...

    Uninstall and reinstall using the Malwarebytes Support Tool
  17. Thread: Cable Modem

    by SpywareDr
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    Ditto!

    Ditto!
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    A smaller $45 UPS will work, like this:...

    A smaller $45 UPS will work, like this: CyberPower EC450G Ecologic UPS System, 450VA/260W, 8 Outlets, ECO Mode, Compact
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    Looks like you can still get PS/2 Keyboards at...

    Looks like you can still get PS/2 Keyboards at eBay starting under $10:...
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    IBM PC's used to boot BASIC when there wasn't...

    IBM PC's used to boot BASIC when there wasn't anything else available. (They also had a cassette player port so you could save your BASIC programs).

    Don't remember enough about the Tandy though....
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    Here's what it might look like running Windows...

    Here's what it might look like running Windows 10:

    http://www.SpywareDrGuide.com/VirtualDr/images/Tandy_3000_Windows10_(01).jpg

    ;)
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    Cool! You'll still need at MS-DOS 3.3 (or...

    Cool!

    You'll still need at MS-DOS 3.3 (or later) . . . or MS OS/2 (don't remember the version that will support a 1.44 MB 3-1/4" floppy though).
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    Don't believe I've ever heard of the "Tandy 3000...

    Don't believe I've ever heard of the "Tandy 3000 NL", only the "3000" and "3000 HD" (HD=hard drive), which, as stated above, both came with MS-DOS Version 3.1 (released in April '85).

    It wasn't...
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    :confused: Again: The Tandy 3000 (is so old...

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    Again: The Tandy 3000 (is so old it) will not recognize your 3-1/2 diskette drive. You need a 5-1/4" diskette drive capable of reading/writing 360K and 1.2M floppy diskettes.
  25. I'll second that Macrium Reflect Free...

    I'll second that Macrium Reflect Free. Good stuff. :)
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