Does anyone know a software package similar to [url]http://www.tucows.com/preview/336102[/url] but works for Windows PCs? I do not have a Bluetooth enabled printer or Bluetooth printing adapter, which is why I am inquiring about a software based solution. I do have a Bluetooth enabled PC. Thank you.

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Hi, I am new to Access 2007. I have two columns in my table, Make and Model. The Make column is a lookup from a Makes table which has different makes of computer (Dell, Toshiba, etc...) in it. I also have a Model column adjacent to it which is set up in a similar way, it looks up to a table named Models and has different model names (Satellite, Dimension, etc...). Is there any way so that when I select a Make, that when I go to choose the Model, only the models from the particular Make are displayed? For …

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Is there a mobile version of DaniWeb which is better suited for viewing on PDA's and mobile phones??

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I have an Asus Eee 900A with Ubuntu NBR 9.04 installed. When I installed the system, I made one partition on the internal SSD and mounted as /. I left 32 MB for swap space. I mounted the /home directory to a 16GB SD card installed in the memory card reader. Although not exact, here is basically my /etc/fstab file: /dev/sda1 / ext4 defaults 0 1 /dev/sdb1 /home ext4 defaults 0 0 But when I start up, I get the following error message: Your home directory is listed as: '/home/tim' but it does not appears to exist. Do you want …

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I'm trying to restore a laptop back to an earlier time with Windows XP System Restore. It's been going for about 4.5 hours now. I'm afraid it might be frozen! Is it safe to turn off or restart the computer while running system restore? Any ideas?

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Does anyone know of a way to disable auto restart on system failure that does not require being in Windows? I've got a laptop that will not start Windows in ANY mode (including Safe Mode) and a blue screen flashes by so quick I can't even read it. I'm wondering if there is anyway to stop that "flash" behavior long enough to read what the BSOD error message is! Thank you.

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I reinstalled my friend's machine. She is missing a DVD decoder now and cannot play DVDs. Tried downloading the K-Lite Codec Pack and VLC player, but when she plays a DVD with either of those, the video opens in a full screen on her monitor but then she is unable to do anything. She cannot navigate the menus, cannot start/stop/pause or adjust the volume. And more surprisingly she cannot exit the DVD program! Typically popping out the DVD from the drive will cause it freeze on the last frame played, sometimes it will exit the program and return to Windows. …

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I'm trying to process a text file saved in the directory below where the PHP script is running. First, it lists all of the files in the directory, skipping over . and .. Finally, it attempts to get a file handle for each file one at a time and then read the CSV contents for each of the files. [CODE=php]<?php clearstatcache(); echo "Get contents of the canteen directory.<br>"; $path = "./canteen/"; $dir = opendir($path); while ($file = readdir($dir)) { if (is_file("$path" . "$file")) { $files[] = $file; echo $file; echo "<br>"; } } echo "<br>Read each file and show output.<br>"; …

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I have a project which I created a setup for in an MSI file. My computer crashed, and I lost all of my work. Fortunately, I had the MSI setup file out on the web. Now, I have my MSI file and I can install the program. But is there anyway I can decompile the MSI back into the VB.NET code I had before?

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