So, ive just installed Windows 7 on my Sony VAIO vgn-sz5xn.
If I do not have access to the router / DHCP server to create a static reservation (i.e. asking the router / DHCP server to set aside a specific IP address when a certain MAC address requests it), how can I set my Windows 7 workstation to have a static IPv4 address?
My goal is this: I have a library, say it’s called Series. I store my series in two different places, one for watched episodes and one for unwatched episodes.
I use Boot Camp and rEFIt to dual boot between Mac OS X 10.8 and Windows 7. How hard is it to upgrade my Windows to Windows 8? Is it even an option, or will I have to essentially wipe Windows and install Windows 8 from scratch?
I have big problem with my computer. Configuration is:
The question: On Windows 7 x64 the following line run from a CMD window simply opens another CMD Window. It does not actually run myprog.exe. START “c:program filesmyprogrammyprog.exe” Is there some special usage I need to know about START command? Thanks. The Solutions: Below are the methods you can try. The first solution is probably … Read more
Somehow one of my partitions disappeared (I didn’t even have the disk manager open, so I’m really not sure how that happened). The volume was simply deleted. It was an NTFS partition, created under XP and used from XP/7/Ubuntu.
My account, david, is in the Administrators group on a Windows 7 machine.
I frequently want to share Windows network paths to files with other folks on my team via email or chat. We have a lot of mapped drives here, both ones we set up ourselves and ones set up by our IT overlords. What I’d like to be able to do is to copy the full real path (not the drive letter) from Windows Explorer to send to folks.
I’m using git-bash on Windows 7. I’d like to see a tree of the current directory. However: