I need to change the directory at the start of the Command Prompt.. It is currently C:/users/Richard, but I want to change it to C:/windows/system32 - Any ideas?
Last edited by silentstriker; 24-01-2007 at 02:26 PM.
Meh bloody n00bs not knowing basic DOS commands. Your servants should have known that as well, sack a dozen of them... no two dozen.
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Try synchronising using Windows Media Player, should have an effect.
My computer illiterate mother somehow managed to turn on this annoying display thingy on Word, and I've nfi how to get rid of it. It doesn't actually print out like that obviously, it's just really annoying. Can't get a screenshot uploaded atm (photobucket is being slow), so I've had to attach a screen shot of what I'm talking about.
Edit: Well aware it's not attached, hang on
Edit: FFS, my net's being painfully slow. Basically, the problem is that whenever there's a space between words, instead of it showing up as just a space (ie. "Nice shot") it shows up with a dot in the middle of the line (ie. "Nice.shot," only with the . in the middle rather than on the bottom of the line), while whenever I press enter it shows up with that backwards P thing. Any ideas how to get rid of it?
Last edited by andyc; 02-02-2007 at 03:08 AM.
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Ctr+Shift+8 should do the trick (or just click on the backwards P thing, it should be in the toolbar somewhere).
Have this really annoying thing on my laptop where there is this 'smart function' that doesn't allow you to type one apostrophe/inverted comma, for whatever reason they think it is useful. So you have to end up clicking the button twice and deleting one. It's ****ing annoying. Anyone had this problem and solved it?
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