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  • I don't trust cloud anything. I only use cloud storage to store some things I use on other computers. Never for backup of anything important. Why? Well out of the blue your cloud storage accound cna be terminated and lose everything. Not a true ba…
  • Yeah, and kernelbase.dll in the error log points further to a .net malfunction as well.
  • Don't roll back with the windows utility. Always uninstall, delete driver software and reinstall the working one. Unless you have 10, then it just reinstalls the broken one anyways. Gfxui is the control panel for your intel hd graphics driver. Yo…
  • Get a different graphics driver. Or reinstall it. Looks like some components of your current Intel HD don't like 7.
  • I wonder what third parties are going to do the lawsuit. Going to happen? No. Sounds like Adobe trying to cover for themselves and a licensing disagreement.
  • @win32 said: If we're still around in 2104 we could provide a Windows 7 Ultimate VHD and be able to boot from it natively, without any virtualizer overhead and with few limitations. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/knom/2009/04/07/windows…
  • Look at the soldered chips and look for a soj package variant. Ensure the ns speeds are the same. If my eyes aren't lying to me, VG264265BJ 35ns version. You'll need this chip style: ebay and maybe some ic sites mouser etc. vogons or vcfed …
  • Did you ever get batteries that work well enough to warrant such capacity? Here are what I use in my film camera setup: The Energizers are good for burst draw, e.g. fire flash then the transistors pull large current from battery to recharge ca…
  • Yeah even though Xp is out of support, I left a pet store today happily shining the xp professional default screensaver on their registers.
  • @Someguy, Those are extreme cases where someone pointed their camera at the sun for a prolonged, extreme time. In most cases the aperture blades melted unless they used live picture, then they melted their sensors. In those cases it was not the …
  • Good. Now it shall be consigned to history. No, now it enters the ranks of Windows 2000 with its dedicated die-hard fans who will keep it going too.
  • CMOS sensors are immune to solar damage. The worst that happens is the light meter gets jinxed for a bit until a power cycle in the case of SLRs. But rare with modern meters. But with point and shoots, metering is performed through the sensor, which…
  • The camera should not be underexposing that much in daylight. That is almost 4 stops underexposed. Something is wrong with the light metering system. It appears the right amount of light is making the camera over-compensate incorrectly. But since…
  • Try doing a few more tests in daylight with the highest quality compression. I'd like to see a bit more of this camera's capability. FYI, my tip on the sensor was to help achieve a better focus and see if your lens needed cleaning. Contrast autof…
  • Your lens needs cleaning. It's hazy. And judging how it's default center weight contrast autofocus sensing, you need a sharp detail where you point the af spot. I can tell as nothing is in focus, hard to tell image quality.
  • Congratulations on selecting one of the most instable longhorn builds. You will have to find xp x64 edition drivers and manually install them in device manager.
  • If the card was formatted in a way the camera doesn't like, it would say unformmatted or has wrong format. Page 110-111 http://www.arxvaldex.com/pb/files/manuals/HP_Photosmart_M305.pdf It's not reading it correctly. I've had this problem with fa…
  • I decided to peek at your camera's manual. The position of the sd slot is danger close to the batteries. Damage could have been done by corrosion.
  • For the software, they are likely illegally selling vol keys as you pointed out. And that image came straight off winworld. They even copypastad the downloads description into theirs. How'd you find this?
  • Make sure it's fat32 and supported by the camera. The camera from there will create the database information and required dcf data. Look inside the sd card slot. There is a little finicky sensor that checks the lock switch position of the card. M…
  • And I thought this was a thread about mini 80mm cd/dvds. You know for those handicams. Probably software once on a floppy, but someone thought it would be a good idea to put up an iso instead of a disk image. But yeah in my place of work usb d…
  • Never get those "Industrial" and "Heavy Duty" batteries. They are really misleading and go flat in seconds in things other than a tv remote or a fire alarm. Either the disposable lithiums from energizer or as SomeGuy suggested, rechargeables. …
  • The most common places to find NOS floppies are ebay or people on vcfed offering to sell some. One key thing to note is what your drives are capable of. 99% chance your sharp could probably read up to 360k DD disks. Many DD/2D drives don't like HD …
  • Yeah that's why I mentioned the disposables. Those energizer disposables keep quite well. Lions are poor at long-term energy storage. The higher the capacity per volume, and they get worse.
  • I'll be moving soon to Boulder, Colorado USA from Germany within the month, so I too can send you some floppies as well in the future. I have a t3100SX with a Teac FD-55BR external drive for DD disks, and I can swap it out with my FD-55GFR for HD d…
  • Hence why all my electronics use either rechargeables or disposable lithiums. Lithiums lose far less charge idling than alkalines. And they don't leak if you forget about them. The slight price increase is more than worth it.
  • Alkaline? Make sure battery terminals are completely free of oxidization. Also, look at the door holding the batteries. Point and shoots often contain a small mechanism in the door to make sure you can't close the latch or blocks current when the ba…
  • And then there's the "Elements" I remember they were selling. Are they still selling that garbage? It was soooo scaled back compared to even photoshop 7. Its only plus was that it is a perpetual license during the time Adobe was moving to their sub…
  • Yes, however those may not be the latest, and better working drivers.
  • Yeah should've seen my face when I heard the news Adobe acquired Allegorthmic. Good substance painting software, still one of the few with a perpetual license. Goodbye Allegorithmic, you'll probably wind up in another "Creative Cloud" shitshow...