Yeah takes me 3 attempts!
Anyways would probably end up stuck in the floppy drive if they still had them!
2618 posts • joined 30 Dec 2010
The issue here appears to be when Paypal is called, so unless the company is doing test orders and clicking Paypal the js is never loaded (Services like Qualys WAS).
If the sourcecode files are scanned, as its offsite the scanner has to scans this external URL (I don't know if there is such an app or service to support this?).
I assume its a Probook, consumer HP's are bloody awful to replace anything.
Newer ProBooks now require removal of screws that are no longer held by a spring (ARGH where did the screw fly off to!) and I fear it will only get worse
I remember them, Lotus Notes (Version 6 and below I think) had a nice function which would keep your tabs in the interface when closed, however would disappear if over 254 entries appeared (Correct me if I am wrong as its not coming up in Google to confirm!).
Had to delete the workspace nsf to get it back
For business software yeah this is an issue, as for gamers with their big box copies its much better. People want to replay old games and can easily find someone has done the hard work for them and have either rewritten installers or have developed solutions such as ScummVM/DosBox.
Have one (nuc6i5syk) in my TV cabinet, apart from crashes caused by overheating (I admit I was hitting CPU and GPU load heavily in one go and the fans were not ramping up to full speed in time) they are great little machines.
I recommend adjusting cooling to have faster fan speed at lower temperatures to give it a chance if hit with both cpu and gpu load.
All very well but as its for my home machine I wanted multimedia keys (I admit I mostly use for volume and mute), a keypad and a wrist rest. Just checked and been using this for 4 years and 4 months, build quality is fine for me and have been using the included USB mouse when I went back to a wired mouse.
Havent seen Varmilo, very few places in the UK sell them, looking at the Leopold FC980M is has that annoying layout where they squash the arrow keys and move the right shift and ctrl in which is an instant no.
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