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  1. csmdew


    Is anybody else having problems with idm; keep getting prompt that says that I am using old ext and click below on how to fix ext problem in chrome. Now a couple yrs back I was able to copy the file from idm to chrome ext area but now that does not work and all my idm exts I had on the drive that failed last week are not shown anymore. This prompt pops up every time I want to use idm, any suggestions.
  2. csmdew

    KMS Autonet

    In the task scheduler this function shows up but I do not know why it would be running, any way to find out what the kms is associated with since both my ofc 16 and win 10 ltsb are both mak keys. Thanks
  3. csmdew

    Chrome Problem or Gmail?

    Starting today when I click on an email that is linked to another site it never responds. Ex.; when I click on an item listed on an email from military.com it tries to go to that site to display material but just hangs forever. If I sign up as incognito then all the links work fine. Anyone ever experience this problem and can suggest how to fix it. Have cleared cache twice and renewed ip stack but nothing helped. Only happens on chrome browser when using gmail.
  4. csmdew

    Ofc 2016 Pro Plus Corrupted

    Mu OS (10 pro) became unstable and some of the apps installed got corrupted including ofc 2016 pro plus. I have tried to repair the ofc but it isn't recognized by OS. Thought maybe I could reinstall over this one since it still shows it as being installed but unable to find a download for 64 bit because the disk I thought I used to install it did not match with what is installed. Warning msg said disk was 32 bit and currently installed ver is 64. The uninstall/change function at programs does not recognize it either, frankly I'm lost in what to do about it. Any help is appreciated.
  5. does anyone know how product ids are generated for quickbooks products? or how I could find the product id for quickbooks pos 18? would it be possible to brute force it since theres only about 1 million combinations?
  6. I was doing laundry and when I came back to my computer I was surprised to find that I had been logged out of the forums. Can someone please tell me what the inactivity time is for auto-logout here at nsane.forums? Can someone tell me how to avoid getting auto-logged out?
  7. I am sure some know already, however sleep function seems to have been modified in the newest Windows Ten (10) version, 1709. Before, I would put P.C. into sleep, then when I wanted it out of sleep, I depress the touch space bar (or another key) and my desktop would appear after sign in. However, it now goes through a modified boot sequence avoiding for example the screen for Macrium Reflect that offers to restore or boot into windows and then desktop appears quickly and all startup items are there ready. Anyone else found this has happened and is there a way to stop the new sleep mode?
  8. A 3-mile-high (4.8 km) mound called Mount Sharp sits at the center of Gale Crater on Mars. (The circle shows the landing spot of the Mars rover Curiosity, with its path marked with a blue line.) Mysterious mile-high mounds on Mars evolved from layer-cake craters, but for four decades, scientists have puzzled over how. By mimicking Martian winds in the lab, scientists think they have solved the mystery. And they've generated a series of rainbow-colored images of the process, to boot. The Viking spacecraft first spotted these sandy mounds in the 1970s, and more recently scientists have found at least one of these mounds — one that's more than 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) high inside Gale Crater — is made of layered sedimentary rock. The bottom of the crater was filled will sediment carried by water that once flowed on Mars while the surface sediments were carried by wind. Now, with a wind tunnel and a mini, lab-made crater, scientists think they know how those filled craters transformed into lofty mounds. They placed the little craters, which were about 12 inches wide and 1.6 inches deep (30 by 4 centimeters), and filled it with damp sand, into a wind tunnel. As the "Martian winds" blew, the grounded scientists measured the sand in the crater until it all blew away. The result? The windblown mini model first formed a crescent-shaped moat that, over time, got deeper and wider and ultimately all that was left was a mound. With more time in the wind tunnel, even that mound blew away. Over time, wind causes sediment-filled craters on Mars (top) to erode, a process illustrated in a crater model in the lab (bottom row). (Warm colors indicate high elevation and cool colors low elevation.) "We went from a filled crater layer cake to this mounded shape that we see today," lead study author Mackenzie Day, a graduate student at The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences, said in a statement. A computer simulation of the process also revealed how the wind would have blown through the crater at different stages of its sandy "life." The research is detailed in the March 31 issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letters. SourcE
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