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    It's pointless to merely mark the bad blocks....

    It's pointless to merely mark the bad blocks. Once you start getting bad blocks, they're just going to increase. You need to replace the drive.

    If you just bought the drive, then see if you can...
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    What type of Wifi network are you connecting to?...

    What type of Wifi network are you connecting to? Do you have the make/model of the router?

    Do you have other devices that are able to connect to the Wifi network?

    Make/model of your laptop...
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    When you plug the flash drive in, you don't see a...

    When you plug the flash drive in, you don't see a drive letter in Windows Explorer?
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    The Quadro M2000 is the chipset of the video...

    The Quadro M2000 is the chipset of the video card, so it must have video ports. If it doesn't have HDMI ports, then it probably has DisplayPort video ports. If anything, you'd need to get the proper...
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    Are you trying to open files via command prompt...

    Are you trying to open files via command prompt on your flash drive?

    You need to explain exactly what you are trying to do.
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    No, all the parts just need to be in the same...

    No, all the parts just need to be in the same directory, and then you extract .001.

    What zip program are you using? 7-Zip?
  7. It doesn't make sense to use Macrium for regular...

    It doesn't make sense to use Macrium for regular data. It would take more time than just copying the data. You'd use Macrium if you were making a backup of your Windows partition.

    It could be a...
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    That's a Chromebook. There should have been a...

    That's a Chromebook. There should have been a sticker on the bottom with the model number.

    Why do you think there is Mac OS on it if it's not a hackintosh?

    You'll probably have a hard time...
  9. Yes, it's something to do with the ICC profile. I...

    Yes, it's something to do with the ICC profile. I don't know the particulars, but stripping the EXIF data should get around that.
  10. Try this: Use Irfanview to remove the EXIF...

    Try this: Use Irfanview to remove the EXIF metadata
    https://www.irfanview.com/

    Open IrfanView
    Drag/drop the image file into the IrfanView window
    Click File > Save as...
    Uncheck "Keep original...
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    It would be much easier to deal with them one at...

    It would be much easier to deal with them one at a time. Are they warnings or errors? I would focus on actual errors first.
  12. https://kb.macrium.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50162.a...

    https://kb.macrium.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50162.aspx
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    by Midknyte
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    If it's the 4050, what about one of these? ...

    If it's the 4050, what about one of these?

    https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=hp+laserjet+4050
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    You should seriously consider replacing your...

    You should seriously consider replacing your modem/router too. Anything 802.11g is really old. You'd need to check with your ISP about which modem/routers are compatible with their network.
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    WF? I'm guessing you mean WiFi? Neither of those...

    WF? I'm guessing you mean WiFi? Neither of those are wireless adapters.
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    I'm guessing you mean this thread?...

    I'm guessing you mean this thread?
    https://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?287448-RESOLVED-Ehernet-issues9

    Unless your PC has a wireless adapter (onboard, add-in card, or USB adapter),...
  17. Thread: DDR4 question

    by Midknyte
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    Most desktop RAM is non-ECC and unregistered....

    Most desktop RAM is non-ECC and unregistered. You'd see ECC Registered RAM more in servers.

    If you have RAM with a higher CAS rating (slower), then ALL the RAM will run at the slowest timings.
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    We should focus on one phone at a time, because...

    We should focus on one phone at a time, because they have very different OSes.

    For the Android phone, if your contacts are stored on the SIM, go to step 10 of the link I posted earlier. Then you...
  19. If you only want the file names, you can add some...

    If you only want the file names, you can add some switches to the dir command.

    /O:N = name
    /s = subfolders
    /b = bare (only name)

    So for jdc2000's command:
    dir F: /O:N /s /b >...
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    Which browser are you using? Is it a work...

    Which browser are you using? Is it a work computer or not?
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    It depends if you saved your contacts to the SIM...

    It depends if you saved your contacts to the SIM or your Google Account. If they are on your SIM, you'd need to import the contacts into the Google Account.
    ...
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    Are you leaving the screen on while you are...

    Are you leaving the screen on while you are charging the phone?

    What kind of USB port are you using? USB2.0 only provides 500mA, and USB3.0 provides 900mA.

    From what I can find, I see that the...
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    I'm not sure why you need so many switches. You...

    I'm not sure why you need so many switches. You could just plug the computer and tv cables directly into the main router.


    What does that mean? You can't just split a cable.

    Did you at least...
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    What is the make/model of your modem and router?...

    What is the make/model of your modem and router?

    The IP would be assigned by your router, not the ISP.


    I'm guessing you mean a switch or hub? Like jdc2000 said, try a different port.
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    Did you try a different Ethernet cable? Or at...

    Did you try a different Ethernet cable? Or at least unplugging and reconnecting the cable on the router and computer sides?
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