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Hi Jim, Congratulations on being the first questioner since I came back on the site after a long break! However, in short, the answer is no. There are several issues to consider. The two devices
Hi Theresa, Setting aside computer-specific issues, the reason for turning off screens is kind of a tradition stemming back to earlier CRT monitors which, if left on the same image, would result in
Hi Doug, It depends on how your account is configured - if your emails are stored on the server (IMAP) then you can safely uninstall Windows Live Mail/Essentials. Even if they are stored locally, there
Hi Mada, Go to your start menu, right click on Computer, then select Manage. Accept the UAC prompt if there is one, then go to Disk Management. There should be a disk there that either isn't formatted
Hi John, RE the RAID re-configuring, I wouldn't like to advise as I'm not as confident with the various setups as I should be. However, with the Documents folder, you can simply move it to the other
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