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  1. Unless you are building custom cables which might exceed specified standards then you should be either way.
  2. In Thunderbird you have to "compact" or "expunge" to actually delete items instead of leaving them hidden/recoverable. Does Outlook have similar functionality?
  3. What were they thinking when they turned down that offer? Seems too generous, even when they were on the upswing..
  4. I needed to rotate a cell phone video but didn't find anything on MSFN so had to search elsewhere. This is just a quick note for anyone else that needs to do this. VLC can kinda do it, but it is cumbersome and ill-supported to save/export/convert the output. Use AVIDemux to rotate and save. It works pretty well. I used an old portable version that I found here to avoid going through an installer process. Then I used the steps outlined here. Pretty quick and easy.
  5. Most sources recommend this older device: Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro USB http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0044DEDCA This appears to be the newer version: Creative Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.1 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EZT7RE4 Has anyone upgraded from the X-Fi to the Omni? Or have any experience with the Omni to share? I'm specifically interested in the Dolby Digital Live performance for 5.1 gaming optical output.
  6. Was just reading about EMET a bit today. Haven't really seen it used live. Anyone care to share their opinion/experiences? http://grandstreamdreams.blogspot.com/2013/06/microsofts-emet-v-40-released-in-case.html
  7. Just a quick note to say that I've been using the method in the first post for quite some time now and it works great.
  8. Good luck, xper! Hope it goes well.
  9. No lie. tommyp has been up to his old tricks. He's a wizard!
  10. Oh and the admin actually did post something like that at one point.
  11. This site is neither a business nor a charity. The admin runs it out of his own pocket. It is not my place to disclose the general cash flow, but suffice to say that we need all the donations we can get.
  12. Are these computers all behind a residential router? Sometimes routers choke or overheat due to torrenting.
  13. You could also use Expect or Empty for interactive scripting.


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