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Question by Gus: How to replace a samsung series 3 laptop hard drive?
I got this laptop a month ago. I just want to know how to swap the hard drive just in case something happens to it. (Dies on me, want to get a solid state drive.) There is a ram door, but no hard drive door. I have no Idea why Samsung would do that, other then to make more money.
Answer by j s
i dont know exactly how your laptop looks like, but i found these two
which may help you a bit, hopefully atleast.
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Today Google announced its online store, the Android Market changed its name to Google Play. Google Play is entirely cloud-based, so you don’t actually have to store any of your media. You simply log in to your Google account. In addition, it feels a lot like a semi-response to the iTunes Store.In this regard, “Forbes” magazine columnist Robert Hof had some comments on his article, said Google’s decision is to challenge Apple’s position in the global entertainment market.Google said Google Play is standard for the “Digital Entertainment Terminal”, aimed at Google’s music, movies, e-books and applications together in the cloud, so that users can use anytime, anywhere. This means that all content can be accessed on any device, even on a smart phone continued to listen to or renew the look had to play songs or movies on a PC.Google has seen Android as Microsoft in the mobile operating system, although Google executives would not say so. In any case, compared to the closed system of Apple’s meticulous care, the Android application system more open, Google think it gave birth to countless applications. In the earlier battle between Microsoft and Apple, in this way most of the time are valid, and even help Microsoft to avoid become a victim of the Internet age.Frankly speaking, I still think Android is a very professional name, it is difficult to become a consumer user-friendly brand. All services consistent use of the Google brand seem more sensible. Although this name so that thousands of non-entertainment applications do not have time to adapt, I suspect Google will think of other ways to highlight these applications, perhaps called Google Apps?Can Google Play bring anything different for us? It seems it can’t in the short term. With the powerful iTunes, Apple not only lock the iPod, iPhone, iPad users can also lock users of other equipment. For example, although now the majority of my music stored in a Google Music, but out of habit, I will still play in iTunes.Even in the long run, I still doubt Google Play can shake Apple’s position in the entertainment field. However, if Google can successfully provide near-seamless experience and to reach an agreement with a large number of content providers (many of content providers are still cautious on Google), it is likely to be one of few winners of the ultimate digital entertainment distribution market.
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Do you feel really annoying of the Notepad since it started up quickly and let us catch a quick glimpse of plain text files? Today I will show you how to replace it with Notepad replacements in Windows 7.
Note: Before you read the rest of this article, make sure that you’re logged into an account with Administrator access. And the following instructions involve modifying some Windows System folders. Don’t mess anything up while you’re in there! If you follow our instructions closely, you’ll be fine.Choose your replacementThere are pleany of great Notepad replacements you can choose from, including Notepad2, Metapad, and Notepad++…etc. The best one for you will depend on what types of text files you open and what you do with them. In this example, we’re going to use Notepad++.The first thing you need to do is find the executable file that you’ll replace Notepad with. Usually this will be the only file with the.exe file extension in the folder where you installed your text editor. Copy the executable file to your desktop and try to open it, to make sure that it works when opened from a different folder. In the Notepad++ case, a special little.exe file is available in order to replace Notepad.If we run it from the desktop, it opens up Notepad++ in all its glory.
Back up Notepad
You can backup Notepad to a special location if you’d like, but we find it’s easiest to just keep a backed up copy of Notepad in the folders it was originally located.
In Windows 7, Notepad resides in:
-C:\Windows\SysWOW64 (only in 64-bit versions)
Navigate to each of those directories and copy Notepad.
Paste it into the same folder.
If you are prompted, choose to Copy and Replace (but keep both files).
Here you can keep your backup as “notepad (2).exe”, but we prefer to rename it to “notepad.exe.bak”.
Note: Do this for all of the folders that have Notepad…2 total for 32-bit Windows 7, 3 total for 64-bit.
Take control of Notepad and delete it
Alought you’re on an administrator account, you can’t just delete Notepad since Microsoft has made some security gains in this respect. But fortunately, it’s still possible to take control of a file and delete it without resorting to nasty hacks like disabling UAC.
Firstly, navigate to one of the directories that contain Notepad. Right-click on it and select Properties.
Switch to the “Security” tab, then click on the “Advanced” button.
Note that the owner of the file is a user called “TrustedInstaller”.
Now you can’t do much with files owned by TrustedInstaller, so let’s take control of it. Click the “Edit” button, select the desired owner (you could choose your own account, but we’re going to give any Administrator control) and click “OK”.
Then you’ll get a message that you need to close and reopen the Properties windows to edit permissions. You should make sure the owner has changed to what you selected before you do that.
Click “OK”…then “OK” again to close the Properties window. Right-click on Notepad and click on “Properties” again. Switch to the Security tab. Click on “Edit”.
At this point, select the appropriate group or user name in the list at the top, then add a checkmark in the checkbox beside Full control in the Allow column.
Click “OK”…then click “Yes” to the dialog box that pops up.
Click “OK” again to close the Properties window.
Now you can delete Notepad, by either selecting it and pressing Delete on the keyboard, or right-click on it and click Delete.
You’re now free from Notepad’s foul clutches!
Note: Repeat this procedure for the remaining folders (or folder, on 32-bit Windows 7).
Drop in your replacement
First copy your Notepad replacement’s executable, which should still be on your desktop.
Then browse to the two or three folders listed above and copy your.exe to those locations. If prompted for Administrator permission, click “Continue”.
If your executable file was named something other than “notepad.exe”, rename it to “notepad.exe”. Don’t be alarmed if the thumbnail still shows the old Notepad icon.
Now double click on Notepad and your replacement should open.
To make doubly sure that it works, press Win+R to bring up the Run dialog box and enter “notepad” into the text field. Click “enter” or click “OK”.
Now you can allow Windows to open files with Notepad by default with little to no shame! All without restarting or having to Disable UAC! Enjoy yourself!
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Everyone has struggles with at least some of the windows in their home. It seems like no matter what at least a few of the windows have struggles. With this people wonder what problems they should put up with and whether or not they should do a home windows replacement. There are a few things to consider when deciding whether or not you should replace the windows in your home.
The first thing to consider is the severity of the problem. There is no reason to do a home windows replacement if the problem is minute. For example, some windows have problems, but the problems can be dealt with. If the window is simply a little bit more difficult to open, then there is probably no reason to worry about replacing your windows. You can just remember to add a little bit of push on those rare occasions you are going to open that window. On the other hand, if this is a window that you open on a daily basis and it becomes a hassle, you may want to deal with that home windows replacement problem in order to make life more convenient.
There are other issues such as cracks in windows that people question. Is it important to do a home windows replacement if you have cracks in your windows? The answer depends on your situation. If the crack is in a downstairs window the answer is a definite “yes.” The reason for this is safety. If the windows are cracked there is a chance that they could shatter inside the house in a high traffic area. If this happens then kids or guests may end up being hurt in the home. This also could make the window less stable and more susceptible to things like burglary. If you are worried about these things then you should definitely consider a home windows replacement to your cracked windows.
If they windows are upstairs then the decision may be different. Often times there are upstairs rooms that do not receive the same amount of traffic as the downstairs rooms do. There may not be the same danger of that cracked window breaking and harming anyone. If this is the case a home windows replacement may not be necessary yet. Also, burglars may not be as likely to break into those windows that are high in upper stories. The issue of safety here is also not as serious and a home windows replacement may not be needed.
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Question by siLlY LilLy: is there a Minnesota tenant law stating landlords must replace drafty windows?
ok so im having a lot of issues with my apartment. is there a Minnesota tenant law stating landlords must replace drafty windows?
My landlord is extreemly lazy and cheap. when I call with problems she either puts it off or suggests moving to a more expensive unit in an attempt to make more money.
Before I call her i need to know if it is within my legal rights to ask her to replace the old single pane windows or if i would have to pay to put plastic over them. they are extreemly drafty! i can literally feel the cold air pour in when i hold my hand next to them!
Also is there a law that they must shampoo the carpet every 2 years? 3 years?
And what about the compressed fiber boards that floor the bottom of the sinks? do they have to replace them if they are scummy, stinky and worn out?
and my last question is, when i did the check off list when i first moved in i wrote down there there was water damage done in one of the bathrooms. the first damage is a huge yellow spot on the ceiling from the shower head being turned upwards. it is a complete eye soar. The second thing is, the wall paper is starting to look soggy and puffy from the steam in the shower, do they have to fix these things?
Any help is greatly appritiated! Im tired of my landlord trying to pocket as much money as she can, please guys, give me any advice you can!! thank you!
Answer by Bridgette R
Read through the handbook in the link below. I don’t think it’s going to have that specific question, but you may be able to find the clause you’re looking for.
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Question by Kaydell: How Can I Replace Mac OS X for My Mac With a Linux Distribution?
I have Mac OS X and I like it OK, but I want to have a dual boot and transition to Linux. How would I buy a Linux distribution for Mac hardware. This seems to me to be a much more secure solution.
Answer by Sacred Chao
Mac hardware is Intel based these days, so you would use the same x86 download as for a PC.
And while you can have a CD sent through the mail, it’s easier and free to download it yourself. Have you picked a distribution yet? I suggest Ubuntu.
It’s a good distribution for beginners. It’s well documented, has a large support base, and it’s easy to use.
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