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NotesTracker

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NotesTracker last won the day on January 29 2012

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  1. Here's a "heads up" for a very useful recent (January 2012) webcast recording at the O'Reilly Community site. It's title is Diagnosing and Repairing Difficult Problems in Windows 7 with speaker Mike Halsey, who's the author of Troubleshooting Windows 7 Inside Out This is an excellent book, and I paid for a copy for my personal tech library -- you should consider doing so too -- if you need some help in sorting out Windows 7 problems such as diagnosing and recovering from the dreaded Blue Screen Of Death. The webcast was recorded and is (currently) replayable at http://event.on24.com/r.htm? e=386403&s=1&k=B7EC888CFE5FB5674D433A36D59316AE I don't know how long O'Reilly leaves such webcasts online, so get in early in case it gets deleted. (There are lots of other interesting webcast replays available at the O'Reilly site too.)
  2. Hello Tarun! I didn't really think it was a limitation that Lunarsoft had imposed, and guessed that it was imposed by one orother of the site components, When you say "minimum default" keyword length, do you mean "minimum" possible and not just the "default" minimum? If it's the former (an absolute minimum) then somebody should be vigorously requesting of MySQL that they change this. ... Of course, it depends on which of the various flavors of MySQL as to whom "they" would be! Oracle, or whom?
  3. I wanted to search for "USB" or "USB performance" and got the highly undesirable message: "One or all of your search keywords were below 4 characters or you searched for words which are not allowed, such as 'html', 'img', etc, please increase the length of these search keywords or choose different keywords."   So, this means we cannot very common IT terms less than four characters in length or which are on your forbidden list, which is an extremely bizarre restriction. Not very kosher at all, I reckon! Perhaps you've done it for site performance reasons *I can't imagine why else), but nevertheless ...   TIP: To get around this absurd restriction, you can go to "old faithful" Google and use the "site" prefix, like this: site:lunarsoft.net USB performance   Cheers, Tony Austin CEO, Asia/Pacific Computer Services
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