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    loopski
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    <p abp=”1031″>Delet

    <p abp=”1032″>Well it’s not a new word at all it’s a term for hiding an ISP, but I am sure that one is allowed to make the odd mistake now and then. I should have put Cancel. But whilst on the subject of mistakes maybe you could explain to me how one would do any backups/restore without access to admin rights and a locked drive. Forget your first link it means absolutly nothing, why because it is not a directive from dell and if you think that one should scour the internet in case there is some articule on the matter, well you go ahead I would wait for Dell to tell me.

    <p abp=”1033″>But to go back please inform me how <strong abp=”1034″>you would unlock a drive and how <strong abp=”1035″>you would do anything without admin rights. Apart from a complete format destroying all data.

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    Delet + an E I presume and CANCEL are not even synonyms; so back to my FAI and more binging.
    Glad you solved your administrateur/disclock.


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    jennyk
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    Cherami,

    so pleased that you eventually found the answers you were looking for.


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    AnOther
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    Just a point:

    A 64 bit system is only as good as the 64 bit software it runs and not all software has been ported to 64 bit, not by a very long chalk !

    The real world differences between 32 and 64 bit systems is a very long way short of the doubling it might suggest !


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    loopski
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    Just a point:

    A 64 bit system is only as good as the 64 bit software it runs and not all software has been ported to 64 bit, not by a very long chalk !

    The real world differences between 32 and 64 bit systems is a very long way short of the doubling it might suggest !

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    Very true, particularly for a PC domain and particularly true for free Software.
    A further consideration using 64 bit cracked software on a Windows System, it may be better to stick with Windows 7 as a move up to Windows 8.1 or 10 may well result in difficulties with some Photographic Applications.
    Whilst Personally I have emphasised that all my PC platforms are 32 bit in posts in this thread and no changes are anticipated in this regard before the release of Windows 11.
    However I have in one thread mentioned 64 bit;this related to my next Smartphone and NOT a PC. No compatibility problem with 64 bit gear is anticipated.


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