Can you look at my hijackthis log to see what’s doing it please?
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 1:17:03 PM, on 19/02/2012
Platform: Windows 7 SP1 (WinNT 6.00.3505)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v9.00 (9.00.8112.16421)
Boot mode: Normal
C:Program Files (x86)DigitalPersonaBinDPAgent.exe
C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesLightScribeLightScribeControlPanel.exe
I started this build about a year and a half ago i think but since then ive been off and on with jobs and other life crap so it’s been delayed for a while. Since im kind of stable now (knock on wood) I can finish this.My knowledge of if this stuff isnt the same since im not as big into this as i was before. Im not sure what else i really need other than the HDD, Video card, CPU although I have one set aside for me ill list what I have so far.
MSI P55 GD65 MOBO
With the Raspberry Pi nearly here, it’s time to make the decision.
I had decided I would teach my kids C++, but I understand it’s a little steeper of a learning curve than some other languages.
I’ve heard a lot of people recommend Python. I would have to learn it along with them, which I don’t object to, but I’m not sure if it’s worth the trouble.
The oldest is almost 7.
Does anybody know how to do this for microsoft outlook? I need to reformat my computer and I really do not want to lose all my reminders/emails. I know this can be done by saving certain files however I’m not sure which ones.
Also, don’t forget to grab your outlook.nk2 file as that’s the one that contains your autocomplete entries from the to and cc boxes.
What about the reminders. Isn’t there a file holding that information. I’ll be honest I’m more worried about the reminders than e-mails.
How long have your computer been powered on? My computers has been powered on about 170 minutes since last boot, it has been powered on 704 times and the total uptime is 2064 hours Can you beat that
You can check that with the program ***(******), here you can download the latest version (*****).
If you don’t already have Visual C++ 2010 Runtime/Redistributable Package (vcredist_x86 (microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=5555) or vcredist_x64 (microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=14632) ) installed you will need to install it to run the program
I have to upload shell scripts to a remote SVN in order to keep versioning offsite.
I tried all day to get xcode to work with the remote SVN but apparently 4.2 is just too buggy for it. I even tried to uninstall and install a previous version but I kept getting errors during installation.
So my question is what would be a good alternative? I could use command line svn but a gui would be easier for the projects I’ll be doing.
So i picked my girlfriend up an Android phone, it’s a Droid X and it has some kind of rom on it, called RubiX something.
Does anyoine know how to get it back to be just like from the factory? She has no idea how to use a rooted phone, and i don’t either, as i have the iPhone 4s… So any help would be appreciated.
This should answer all your questions. May have to register to view links.
Official Droid X 4.5.602 SBF is the most current sbf that I am aware of.
I recently started a job that takes me to up to 50 residences a day. I was using trackroad.com to build a route and their iPhone app but I didn’t like that it uses my phone all day.
I then got a Garmin 2460LMT and have been adding routes to it daily that I build on trackroad.com, but this is somewhat of a lengthy process. To do this, I first download a .csv (Excel) file from my company’s website that has all my stops for the day. I then upload this file to trackroad.com which builds an optimized route based on location. I then download a.gpx file from trackroad.com which I then upload to the 2460 and wait for it to do its thing.
All the Apple developer sites have that post-it note saying "We’ll be back soon"
I’m just glad they’re finally fixing all this iCloud stuff that’s hard to explain to people.
"Why do my notes sync to email? Why are my to-dos in iCal?"
messages app beta is available to anyone
Does anyone know what this is used for? Lately my firewall has shown people trying to connect to that port from all over the world.
SG Ports Services and Protocols – Port 23655 tcp/udp information, official and unofficial assignments, known security risks, trojans and applications use.
First hit off google.
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