Date   

I hope this is the email information

Christina Stolze
 

I hope this works.

Christina             

 

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”.

Helen Keller

 




Re: FW: Descriptive Videos

braille0109@gmx.com <braille0109@...>
 

Hi Christina,
Never a problem as always.

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christina Stolze" <christinastolze@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 18:21:15 -0400
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] FW: Descriptive Videos

Rajmond,
Thank you for letting me know that. I am still working on that.
Christina

-----Original Message-----
From: braille0109@... [mailto:braille0109@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 6:08 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] FW: Descriptive Videos

Hi Christina,
I'm afraid we could only see the subject, but no text like. I'm
really sorry.

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christina Stolze" <christinastolze@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 18:06:51 -0400
Subject: [TechTalk] FW: Descriptive Videos





From: Movies [mailto:movies@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2015 5:19 PM
To: christinastolze@...
Subject: Descriptive Videos


Re: FW: Descriptive Videos

Christina Stolze
 

Rajmond,
Thank you for letting me know that. I am still working on that.
Christina

-----Original Message-----
From: braille0109@... [mailto:braille0109@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 6:08 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] FW: Descriptive Videos

Hi Christina,
I'm afraid we could only see the subject, but no text like. I'm
really sorry.

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christina Stolze" <christinastolze@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 18:06:51 -0400
Subject: [TechTalk] FW: Descriptive Videos





From: Movies [mailto:movies@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2015 5:19 PM
To: christinastolze@...
Subject: Descriptive Videos


Emailing: Descriptive video list and email information.docx

Christina Stolze
 

Your message is ready to be sent with the following file or link
attachments:

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Re: imap settings

braille0109@gmx.com <braille0109@...>
 

Hi Jeremy,
In my school, email apps are a nononono. Gmail.com, nononono. I can just about use this GMX account, but that's only by mobalising MSN.com with MLVB.net, and then log into GMX that way. And I suppose the same with work places, and even some private ISPS.

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy" <icu8it2@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 17:15:48 -0500
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] imap settings

I suppose they could, but I'd normally figure that any service provider
to a company, especially one that's of the larger variety would allow
the company to manage their own access to network services. I don't know
that for sure though.
Tc.

On 9/18/2015 4:56 PM, rajmund wrote:
Hi,
Can't the ISP be blocking the ports, though?

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy" <icu8it2@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 16:54:39 -0500
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] imap settings

That's kind of why I lean towards thinking it's on their networking end
of things. If you've got it all set up and working fine at home, you
should be able to use the same configuration at work to make the same
connections. If they happen to limit access though, you'd have to find
some way around that restriction. If you know of anyone else there that
uses a client to check email, I'd talk to them and see if they have had
the same issues. If so, it may be worth talking to the IT folks more and
see if they might lighten up a little and open up access to the secure
ports that Google uses. I wish I knew of a way to actually test
individual ports or ranges of ports to see if they were useable, but I'm
not sure.
Take care.

On 9/18/2015 10:52 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
Jeremy:
At first I thought it was a gmail issue because I was having issues
setting it up and it kept telling me it could not connect to the
outgoing mail server.
Now after configuring my charter email, while at wwork both my gmail
and charter accounts are able to receive mail but can't send emails.
I've used ports 25, 26, 80, 443, 465, and 587 lol. I'm dumpfounded.

On 9/17/15, Jeremy <icu8it2@...> wrote:
I really can't comment beyond thinking it's a little weird that the tech
would tell you to use those ports. It may be that he was most familiar
with using the web interface to send emails from Google and made some
sort of assumption that those same ports that the browser use would work
for the client. Unless I'm missing something, ports 80 and 443 should
not work for sending emails through Google, using a client.

I'd lean more towards thinking that it's something on your company's end
of things, that's blocking access to the ports that Google requires for
the client to connect to the email servers.

Someone with more networking knowhow will hopefully pop in and correct
me where I may be wrong and other ideas. hehe
Tc.

On 9/17/2015 11:46 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
I made it back to work, and managed to run into a tech rep. I asked
him why my emails are not going out and which port should I be using.
He stated, he never had issues before sending from gmail and to use
port 80 or 443.
However, when I do that the result is cannot connect to outgoing
server. I'm just stumped you guys.
We talked about this before on the list and every port number people
suggest isn't working here at my job but at home, all is good. I used
the default configuration instructions to set it up which is users,
please follow the default instructions unless otherwise noted,
replacing 'your_domain.com' with your actual domain name.

Many clients will automatically configure the appropriate IMAP
connection settings for your account, but confirm that the connection
settings your client
configures are the same as what's listed below.

If you're using a client that's not listed above, you can also use the
following information to configure your IMAP. If you have problems,
contact your
mail client's customer support department for further instructions.

list of 6 items
Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL
list of 3 items nesting level 1
imap.gmail.com
Port: 993
Requires SSL:Yes
list end nesting level 1
Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - Requires TLS
list of 5 items nesting level 1
smtp.gmail.com
Port: 465 or 587
Requires SSL: Yes
Requires authentication: Yes
Use same settings as incoming mail server
list end nesting level 1
Full Name or Display Name: [your name]
Account Name or User Name: your full Gmail address
(username@...). Google Apps users, please enter
username@...
Email address: your full Gmail address (username@...) Google
Apps users, please enter username@...
Password: your Gmail password
list end

If your client does not support SMTP authentication, you won't be able
to send mail through your client using your Gmail address.

Also, if you're having trouble sending mail but you've confirmed that
encryption is active for SMTP in your mail client, try to configure
your SMTP server
on a different port: 465 or 587.
main region end

I guess I have to use gmail.com to bug you guys.


Re: imap settings

Jeremy <icu8it2@...>
 

I suppose they could, but I'd normally figure that any service provider to a company, especially one that's of the larger variety would allow the company to manage their own access to network services. I don't know that for sure though.
Tc.

On 9/18/2015 4:56 PM, rajmund wrote:
Hi,
Can't the ISP be blocking the ports, though?

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy" <icu8it2@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 16:54:39 -0500
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] imap settings

That's kind of why I lean towards thinking it's on their networking end
of things. If you've got it all set up and working fine at home, you
should be able to use the same configuration at work to make the same
connections. If they happen to limit access though, you'd have to find
some way around that restriction. If you know of anyone else there that
uses a client to check email, I'd talk to them and see if they have had
the same issues. If so, it may be worth talking to the IT folks more and
see if they might lighten up a little and open up access to the secure
ports that Google uses. I wish I knew of a way to actually test
individual ports or ranges of ports to see if they were useable, but I'm
not sure.
Take care.

On 9/18/2015 10:52 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
Jeremy:
At first I thought it was a gmail issue because I was having issues
setting it up and it kept telling me it could not connect to the
outgoing mail server.
Now after configuring my charter email, while at wwork both my gmail
and charter accounts are able to receive mail but can't send emails.
I've used ports 25, 26, 80, 443, 465, and 587 lol. I'm dumpfounded.

On 9/17/15, Jeremy <icu8it2@...> wrote:
I really can't comment beyond thinking it's a little weird that the tech
would tell you to use those ports. It may be that he was most familiar
with using the web interface to send emails from Google and made some
sort of assumption that those same ports that the browser use would work
for the client. Unless I'm missing something, ports 80 and 443 should
not work for sending emails through Google, using a client.

I'd lean more towards thinking that it's something on your company's end
of things, that's blocking access to the ports that Google requires for
the client to connect to the email servers.

Someone with more networking knowhow will hopefully pop in and correct
me where I may be wrong and other ideas. hehe
Tc.

On 9/17/2015 11:46 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
I made it back to work, and managed to run into a tech rep. I asked
him why my emails are not going out and which port should I be using.
He stated, he never had issues before sending from gmail and to use
port 80 or 443.
However, when I do that the result is cannot connect to outgoing
server. I'm just stumped you guys.
We talked about this before on the list and every port number people
suggest isn't working here at my job but at home, all is good. I used
the default configuration instructions to set it up which is users,
please follow the default instructions unless otherwise noted,
replacing 'your_domain.com' with your actual domain name.

Many clients will automatically configure the appropriate IMAP
connection settings for your account, but confirm that the connection
settings your client
configures are the same as what's listed below.

If you're using a client that's not listed above, you can also use the
following information to configure your IMAP. If you have problems,
contact your
mail client's customer support department for further instructions.

list of 6 items
Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL
list of 3 items nesting level 1
imap.gmail.com
Port: 993
Requires SSL:Yes
list end nesting level 1
Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - Requires TLS
list of 5 items nesting level 1
smtp.gmail.com
Port: 465 or 587
Requires SSL: Yes
Requires authentication: Yes
Use same settings as incoming mail server
list end nesting level 1
Full Name or Display Name: [your name]
Account Name or User Name: your full Gmail address
(username@...). Google Apps users, please enter
username@...
Email address: your full Gmail address (username@...) Google
Apps users, please enter username@...
Password: your Gmail password
list end

If your client does not support SMTP authentication, you won't be able
to send mail through your client using your Gmail address.

Also, if you're having trouble sending mail but you've confirmed that
encryption is active for SMTP in your mail client, try to configure
your SMTP server
on a different port: 465 or 587.
main region end

I guess I have to use gmail.com to bug you guys.















Re: FW: Descriptive Videos

braille0109@gmx.com <braille0109@...>
 

Hi Christina,
I'm afraid we could only see the subject, but no text like. I'm really sorry.

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christina Stolze" <christinastolze@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 18:06:51 -0400
Subject: [TechTalk] FW: Descriptive Videos





From: Movies [mailto:movies@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2015 5:19 PM
To: christinastolze@...
Subject: Descriptive Videos


Re: best portable USB drive

Carlos
 


As Sylvia says, Western Digital is a reliable brand.  If the drive is larger than 2 TB and you want a single partition, you will have to format it using the GPT partitioning scheme.

----- Original Message -----
From: Sylvia
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 5:49 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] best portable USB drive

Hi Heather, if you want an external that is USB powered, both Western Digital and Seagate have drives that will probably be what you want.

 

 

From: heather albright [mailto:kd5cbl@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 5:38 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] best portable USB drive

 

Hello, I have two drives, one is a 1tb drive and the other is a 2tb drive!  I want just one drive that I can connect to my laptop!  I wanted to know if anyone has a good brand for portable usage with the laptop!  My old drive you had to plug in the AC outlet!  But, my other drives run off the usb port! I know that if you want a drive that you put in the PC after so much, you have to format it so the computer is abel to use the whole drive!

Is this the case with an external drive running off the USB port!

The one that plugged in died after five years, i think, and the other drives are full so I wanted to just have one drive instead of two! I have had them for a while my first drivewas in 08 and 10!  I know they have become smaller! 

Thank you, Heather


FW: Descriptive Videos

Christina Stolze
 

 

 

From: Movies [mailto:movies@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2015 5:19 PM
To: christinastolze@...
Subject: Descriptive Videos

 

 




Re: imap settings

braille0109@gmx.com <braille0109@...>
 

Hi,
Can't the ISP be blocking the ports, though?

Sent from a BrailleNote

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy" <icu8it2@...
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 16:54:39 -0500
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] imap settings

That's kind of why I lean towards thinking it's on their networking end
of things. If you've got it all set up and working fine at home, you
should be able to use the same configuration at work to make the same
connections. If they happen to limit access though, you'd have to find
some way around that restriction. If you know of anyone else there that
uses a client to check email, I'd talk to them and see if they have had
the same issues. If so, it may be worth talking to the IT folks more and
see if they might lighten up a little and open up access to the secure
ports that Google uses. I wish I knew of a way to actually test
individual ports or ranges of ports to see if they were useable, but I'm
not sure.
Take care.

On 9/18/2015 10:52 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
Jeremy:
At first I thought it was a gmail issue because I was having issues
setting it up and it kept telling me it could not connect to the
outgoing mail server.
Now after configuring my charter email, while at wwork both my gmail
and charter accounts are able to receive mail but can't send emails.
I've used ports 25, 26, 80, 443, 465, and 587 lol. I'm dumpfounded.

On 9/17/15, Jeremy <icu8it2@...> wrote:
I really can't comment beyond thinking it's a little weird that the tech
would tell you to use those ports. It may be that he was most familiar
with using the web interface to send emails from Google and made some
sort of assumption that those same ports that the browser use would work
for the client. Unless I'm missing something, ports 80 and 443 should
not work for sending emails through Google, using a client.

I'd lean more towards thinking that it's something on your company's end
of things, that's blocking access to the ports that Google requires for
the client to connect to the email servers.

Someone with more networking knowhow will hopefully pop in and correct
me where I may be wrong and other ideas. hehe
Tc.

On 9/17/2015 11:46 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
I made it back to work, and managed to run into a tech rep. I asked
him why my emails are not going out and which port should I be using.
He stated, he never had issues before sending from gmail and to use
port 80 or 443.
However, when I do that the result is cannot connect to outgoing
server. I'm just stumped you guys.
We talked about this before on the list and every port number people
suggest isn't working here at my job but at home, all is good. I used
the default configuration instructions to set it up which is users,
please follow the default instructions unless otherwise noted,
replacing 'your_domain.com' with your actual domain name.

Many clients will automatically configure the appropriate IMAP
connection settings for your account, but confirm that the connection
settings your client
configures are the same as what's listed below.

If you're using a client that's not listed above, you can also use the
following information to configure your IMAP. If you have problems,
contact your
mail client's customer support department for further instructions.

list of 6 items
Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL
list of 3 items nesting level 1
imap.gmail.com
Port: 993
Requires SSL:Yes
list end nesting level 1
Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - Requires TLS
list of 5 items nesting level 1
smtp.gmail.com
Port: 465 or 587
Requires SSL: Yes
Requires authentication: Yes
Use same settings as incoming mail server
list end nesting level 1
Full Name or Display Name: [your name]
Account Name or User Name: your full Gmail address
(username@...). Google Apps users, please enter
username@...
Email address: your full Gmail address (username@...) Google
Apps users, please enter username@...
Password: your Gmail password
list end

If your client does not support SMTP authentication, you won't be able
to send mail through your client using your Gmail address.

Also, if you're having trouble sending mail but you've confirmed that
encryption is active for SMTP in your mail client, try to configure
your SMTP server
on a different port: 465 or 587.
main region end

I guess I have to use gmail.com to bug you guys.


Re: imap settings

Jeremy <icu8it2@...>
 

That's kind of why I lean towards thinking it's on their networking end of things. If you've got it all set up and working fine at home, you should be able to use the same configuration at work to make the same connections. If they happen to limit access though, you'd have to find some way around that restriction. If you know of anyone else there that uses a client to check email, I'd talk to them and see if they have had the same issues. If so, it may be worth talking to the IT folks more and see if they might lighten up a little and open up access to the secure ports that Google uses. I wish I knew of a way to actually test individual ports or ranges of ports to see if they were useable, but I'm not sure.
Take care.

On 9/18/2015 10:52 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
Jeremy:
At first I thought it was a gmail issue because I was having issues
setting it up and it kept telling me it could not connect to the
outgoing mail server.
Now after configuring my charter email, while at wwork both my gmail
and charter accounts are able to receive mail but can't send emails.
I've used ports 25, 26, 80, 443, 465, and 587 lol. I'm dumpfounded.

On 9/17/15, Jeremy <icu8it2@...> wrote:
I really can't comment beyond thinking it's a little weird that the tech
would tell you to use those ports. It may be that he was most familiar
with using the web interface to send emails from Google and made some
sort of assumption that those same ports that the browser use would work
for the client. Unless I'm missing something, ports 80 and 443 should
not work for sending emails through Google, using a client.

I'd lean more towards thinking that it's something on your company's end
of things, that's blocking access to the ports that Google requires for
the client to connect to the email servers.

Someone with more networking knowhow will hopefully pop in and correct
me where I may be wrong and other ideas. hehe
Tc.

On 9/17/2015 11:46 AM, Kimsan Song wrote:
I made it back to work, and managed to run into a tech rep. I asked
him why my emails are not going out and which port should I be using.
He stated, he never had issues before sending from gmail and to use
port 80 or 443.
However, when I do that the result is cannot connect to outgoing
server. I'm just stumped you guys.
We talked about this before on the list and every port number people
suggest isn't working here at my job but at home, all is good. I used
the default configuration instructions to set it up which is users,
please follow the default instructions unless otherwise noted,
replacing 'your_domain.com' with your actual domain name.

Many clients will automatically configure the appropriate IMAP
connection settings for your account, but confirm that the connection
settings your client
configures are the same as what's listed below.

If you're using a client that's not listed above, you can also use the
following information to configure your IMAP. If you have problems,
contact your
mail client's customer support department for further instructions.

list of 6 items
Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL
list of 3 items nesting level 1
imap.gmail.com
Port: 993
Requires SSL:Yes
list end nesting level 1
Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - Requires TLS
list of 5 items nesting level 1
smtp.gmail.com
Port: 465 or 587
Requires SSL: Yes
Requires authentication: Yes
Use same settings as incoming mail server
list end nesting level 1
Full Name or Display Name: [your name]
Account Name or User Name: your full Gmail address
(username@...). Google Apps users, please enter
username@...
Email address: your full Gmail address (username@...) Google
Apps users, please enter username@...
Password: your Gmail password
list end

If your client does not support SMTP authentication, you won't be able
to send mail through your client using your Gmail address.

Also, if you're having trouble sending mail but you've confirmed that
encryption is active for SMTP in your mail client, try to configure
your SMTP server
on a different port: 465 or 587.
main region end

I guess I have to use gmail.com to bug you guys.





Re: best portable USB drive

Sylvia <sylvia0647@...>
 

Hi Heather, if you want an external that is USB powered, both Western Digital and Seagate have drives that will probably be what you want.

 

 

From: heather albright [mailto:kd5cbl@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 5:38 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] best portable USB drive

 

Hello, I have two drives, one is a 1tb drive and the other is a 2tb drive!  I want just one drive that I can connect to my laptop!  I wanted to know if anyone has a good brand for portable usage with the laptop!  My old drive you had to plug in the AC outlet!  But, my other drives run off the usb port! I know that if you want a drive that you put in the PC after so much, you have to format it so the computer is abel to use the whole drive!

Is this the case with an external drive running off the USB port!

The one that plugged in died after five years, i think, and the other drives are full so I wanted to just have one drive instead of two! I have had them for a while my first drivewas in 08 and 10!  I know they have become smaller! 

Thank you, Heather


best portable USB drive

heather albright
 


Hello, I have two drives, one is a 1tb drive and the other is a 2tb drive!  I want just one drive that I can connect to my laptop!  I wanted to know if anyone has a good brand for portable usage with the laptop!  My old drive you had to plug in the AC outlet!  But, my other drives run off the usb port! I know that if you want a drive that you put in the PC after so much, you have to format it so the computer is abel to use the whole drive!
Is this the case with an external drive running off the USB port!
The one that plugged in died after five years, i think, and the other drives are full so I wanted to just have one drive instead of two! I have had them for a while my first drivewas in 08 and 10!  I know they have become smaller! 
Thank you, Heather


Re: Another descriptive video resource

Carlos
 

Of course go right ahead.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 4:12 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Another descriptive video resource

Carlos,

Sorry about that I realized that as I received a copy of my message. Would it be all right if I just forward the information to the list that I received about the matter?

Christina

 

From: Carlos [mailto:carlos1106@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 4:04 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Another descriptive video resource

 

Hi Christina,

Your message was blank.

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 3:53 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] Another descriptive video resource

 

 

 

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”.

Helen Keller

 

 




Re: how is everybody doing with Windows 10 and Word 2013?

Carolyn Arnold
 

I am liking Windows 10 and Office 2013. Have a great weekend!

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Beth [mailto:thebluesisloose@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 12:35 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] how is everybody doing with Windows 10 and Word 2013?

Hi, list peeps.
So regarding Windows 10 and Word 2013? At this rate, I'm loving the template thingies it has, just imagine me writing flyers with it. The templates seem helpful. As for me, my laptop rocks, and I was able to go between sound cards. So yeah, it's great to have a great sound card interface that doesn't require so many installations from the outside of drivers. That's the cool thing about 10, the driver thingies are even more P&P. So before I go any further, bon voyage. Have fun, yall, I have a big weekend ahead of me.

--
Beth Taurasi, Windows 10 edition,
Home: 720-550-6142
Cell: 720-435-7407
Skype: denverqueen0920
Twitter: Ms_denverqueen
Instagram: denverqueen0920
Facebook: www.facebook.com/denverqueen0920
Blog: www.denverqueen.com


Re: Another descriptive video resource

Christina Stolze
 

Carlos,

Sorry about that I realized that as I received a copy of my message. Would it be all right if I just forward the information to the list that I received about the matter?

Christina

 

From: Carlos [mailto:carlos1106@...]
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 4:04 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Another descriptive video resource

 

Hi Christina,

Your message was blank.

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 3:53 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] Another descriptive video resource

 

 

 

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”.

Helen Keller

 

 




Re: Another descriptive video resource

Carlos
 

Hi Christina,
Your message was blank.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 3:53 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Another descriptive video resource

 

 

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”.

Helen Keller

 




Re: creating image or clone of hard drive and jaws

Carlos
 

Yes. Assuming that the imaging or cloning software you use is functioning correctly, then everything will be preserved/copied.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pablo Morales" <pablocmd2014@...>
To: <TechTalk@groups.io>
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 3:50 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] creating image or clone of hard drive and jaws


Hi all,
If I am going to replace my HD, and I don't want to lose my windows
EOM or my jaws key. With a clone or a image of my hard drive, those
things are going to work fine?
Thanks


Another descriptive video resource

Christina Stolze
 

 

 

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”.

Helen Keller

 




creating image or clone of hard drive and jaws

Pablo Morales
 

Hi all,
If I am going to replace my HD, and I don't want to lose my windows
EOM or my jaws key. With a clone or a image of my hard drive, those
things are going to work fine?
Thanks

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