Couple of questions

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steventw
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Re: Couple of questions

Post by steventw » Tue Jul 10, 2018 9:11 am

This video pritty interesting too

https://youtu.be/uPU9cEK5YsM

Guess nere end he doing something similar to what I am
Trying 2 magnets with like poles facing I recon
Similar to what I’m doing
Problem with that is the bolt used to hold them probly mangantised

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Re: Couple of questions

Post by Dennis P Brown » Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:25 pm

Spell check is your friend; best to avoid posting via cell phones.

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Re: Couple of questions

Post by steventw » Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:54 pm

Tend to use phone these days more than pc
My pc I’m sure is compromised cause when I boot windows and logg in it brings up a command prompt instead of desktop

Good thing I know to type “explorer” to boot desktop 🤨

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Re: Couple of questions

Post by steventw » Fri Jul 20, 2018 3:58 am

Here’s design I did today with measurements
Dad hopefully going to build housing when has some spair time at work
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Re: Couple of questions

Post by Dennis P Brown » Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:24 am

OK; virus protection software can be your friend. Also, in the control panel, the System and Security menu has a sub-menu that has tools that are very useful for checking for errors and other problems with the computer (of course, do update to the latest version of "Explorer" and download all required MS system updates should be second nature.)

If you have backup your computer a "Mirror Image" of your system & files before it was compromised, then rebuild with that; if not unlikely you can save your data.

Then if your system has a really bad viruses that these anti-virus software programs can't remove, then your most likely recourse is do a restore to "Factory Settings" and then rebuild your system and re-install all updates - of course, this means the complete loss of all data files but that is the price one pays if they get a nasty virus and do not keep a "Mirror Image" of their computer system & data on hand.

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