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About HarryTri

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  1. It depends if they have 512 byte (limit 2 TB) or 4096 (limit 16 TB) sector size.
  2. Have you tried updating the Bluetooth drivers?
  3. Just to express my sympathy.
  4. I would say that the simplest and best way to do it would be to add a second user account (it won't "hurt", especially a restricted one).
  5. None that I know. Perhaps someone else...
  6. I have installed Windows XP on a MiB aligned VHD on Virtual Box and then applied the SP2 and SP3 with no problem. I don't know if the fact that it was a virtual machine makes any difference.
  7. 1.1 is not included in the 3.5 installer (only 2.0 and 3.0).
  8. You mean there is a way or you seek a way to install .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.0 on Windows 2000?
  9. .NET Framework 3.5 contains the 2.0 and 3.0 ones and some SPs and updates for them.
  10. You 'll never find out. I have seen myself many things that was never able to explain. One thing I learned is that if some program was working correctly and now it doesn't and there is no obvious reason for that, then there might be a (possibly serious) problem with the Windows installation itself. That is usually the case in my case (although I maintain my system once a week -defrag, disk check and the same), I hope you are more lucky than me. Anyway this behavioral change doesn't seem to be some alerting, just ignore it and go on.
  11. It you use the Windows Server 2012 updates for your Windows 8 system I guess you must check which non security-updates have to do with telemetry and avoid them - it they really exist, I don't know since I don't use this method ( to much for me).
  12. You have a little treasure JodyT! I also looked for a Windows 8 DVD but wasn't able to find one.
  13. You can use HWiNFO to check which mode (PIO or UltraDMA) is used for your drives.
  14. PREFETCHW... Never heard of it and it isn't in HWiNFO's table of instructions. Never heard of not being able to update from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 until now also. Interesting anyway!
  15. I have a problem reading through extended topics to say the truth (which explains that you don't usually see posts from me in them). Anyway since Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have the same requirements for SSE2, PAE end NX as far as I know I wonder what these security components are (you can give me a link to the exact post that they are mentioned if you prefer so).