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Jun
22
comment Access Windows Boot Manager selector when timeout is set to 0?
Thanks for replying. I can't seem to find anything in the BIOS for legacy USB support. I think you may have identified the problem - when I hold down a key I can hear the motherboard continually beep when the vendor logo flashes, but the sound disappears once the screen is gone.
Jun
22
revised Access Windows Boot Manager selector when timeout is set to 0?
added 261 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Jun
22
revised Access Windows Boot Manager selector when timeout is set to 0?
added bcdedit output
Jun
22
asked Access Windows Boot Manager selector when timeout is set to 0?
Jun
10
comment Useful Command-line Commands on Windows
Oh, MAC. It would be better if it ordered a Mac from the Apple store for you. ;-)
Jun
2
awarded  Organizer
Jun
2
revised Moving my Outlook 2003 archive from one laptop to another
edited tags
Jun
2
awarded  Nice Answer
May
30
comment Using DD for disk cloning
Good point, I added a note in my answer about that.
May
30
revised Using DD for disk cloning
added read-only inside the parenthetical
May
29
comment Using DD for disk cloning
Looks like you got the Spolsky Bump: joelonsoftware.com/items/2009/05/29.html
May
19
revised GUI in MacOS for defaults?
added 116 characters in body
May
19
answered GUI in MacOS for defaults?
May
18
comment Should I build my own or buy a cheap NAS?
cheep --> cheap
May
15
comment Optimizing resources for a low-RAM LAMP server running WordPress?
Chopper3, are you just looking at things on ServerFault and saying that you love them?
May
11
comment PuTTY automatically supply password
I think it's a bit harsh to characterize hard-coding passwords into script/shortcuts as pointing a gun at my foot - there are definitely legitimate reasons for doing this, and my situation counts as one.
May
11
comment PuTTY automatically supply password
I've gone with a hybrid of both your answers - loading a profile with the window settings and using -pw to specify a password. Unfortunately, I can only award one accepted answer, but I still voted yours up.
May
11
accepted PuTTY automatically supply password
May
11
comment PuTTY automatically supply password
Excellent, that works!
May
11
comment PuTTY automatically supply password
I can't seem to get it to work - I get back unknown option "pw:<password>"