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 Post subject: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
PostPosted: Sat February 25, 2017 6:56 pm 
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My laptop recently refused to recognize wifi networks, even in my own living room. A restart did the trick. Why does restarting something often solve a problem?


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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Shouldn't this have been posted in a pre-existing thread?

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I'm not sure. Can you point me to the right place?


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I think it's because of the RAM


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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What the hell is that awful thing when you're typing in a word processor and you accidentally hit some button and it starts typing over what was previously written instead of pushing what was previously written ahead? All these years of computering and I still have no idea what I press to cause it, or what I press to make it stop. Or why that would ever be useful in the first place.

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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
What the hell is that awful thing when you're typing in a word processor and you accidentally hit some button and it starts typing over what was previously written instead of pushing what was previously written ahead? All these years of computering and I still have no idea what I press to cause it, or what I press to make it stop. Or why that would ever be useful in the first place.

I know this one! Here: http://www.kadansky.com/files/newslette ... 04_25.html


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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theplatypus wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
What the hell is that awful thing when you're typing in a word processor and you accidentally hit some button and it starts typing over what was previously written instead of pushing what was previously written ahead? All these years of computering and I still have no idea what I press to cause it, or what I press to make it stop. Or why that would ever be useful in the first place.

I know this one! Here: http://www.kadansky.com/files/newslette ... 04_25.html

The insert button! The fucking insert button! At long last, I know the answer!

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a lot of hurt


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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This has happened to me in Excel before, except when I hit enter after populating a cell with data, it minimizes the current sheet and opens up a new sheet.


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
theplatypus wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
What the hell is that awful thing when you're typing in a word processor and you accidentally hit some button and it starts typing over what was previously written instead of pushing what was previously written ahead? All these years of computering and I still have no idea what I press to cause it, or what I press to make it stop. Or why that would ever be useful in the first place.

I know this one! Here: http://www.kadansky.com/files/newslette ... 04_25.html

The insert button! The fucking insert button! At long last, I know the answer!

I learned this in a middle school computer class.


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
theplatypus wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
What the hell is that awful thing when you're typing in a word processor and you accidentally hit some button and it starts typing over what was previously written instead of pushing what was previously written ahead? All these years of computering and I still have no idea what I press to cause it, or what I press to make it stop. Or why that would ever be useful in the first place.

I know this one! Here: http://www.kadansky.com/files/newslette ... 04_25.html

The insert button! The fucking insert button! At long last, I know the answer!

I learned this in a middle school computer class.

good for you

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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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Pete's really become an insufferable tech snob lately, hasn't he?


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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That joke has legs, Jorge.


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washing machine wrote:
Pete's really become an insufferable tech snob lately, hasn't he?

You've been a real dick to me lately.


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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Let's just forget this ever happened.


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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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washing machine wrote:
I'm not sure. Can you point me to the right place?

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 Post subject: Re: Tech questions that don't need an entire thread
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Question for those of you with heavy fingers; how often do you accidentally tap the "powered by phpBB" link when you're boarding on your handheld device?


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