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I am trying to create a rule such that if the cell value changes,
it would change color based on its previous value. for example If it's
previous value was less than its new value then i want it to change to
blue else if he value is greater i want to change it to green. If its
the same change it to orange. I guess i am trying to compare the cell
to it's self rather than to another cell. Is this possible in

I have tried to use the greater than formula on it's self but that
did not work!

How can I create a bootable Windows 10 USB drive from Linux ?

Please note:

  • WinUSB doesn't work with Windows 10.

  • UNetbootin doesn't work either.

  • dd method didn't work as well.

Beside this, I've tried creating a GPT partition table and one
partition of type ef00 and formatted as fat32, and then copied all ISO
contents to it. It boots OK, but when I go to start installation it
shows the prompt for media dialog.


Another try:

  1. Created a GPT

  2. Created a FAT32 at end of drive of 50 MB

  3. Created NTFS at remaining space

  4. Put UEFI:NTFS on FAT32

  5. Copied ISO content to NTFS

The installation starts ok, but at start of progress shows error
0xc0000005 (if i remember correctly).

I have a form in browser (Google Chrome or FireFox) like the one
shown below.

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The Student No and Name
of the Student
fields are not editable.
I need to key-in numbers to the Total

The Student No field is numeric. You
can ignore those asterisks.

I have the total numbers against student IDs in a spreadsheet.

What will be the best way to copy the numbers from the spreadsheet
and paste them into the browser?

The student numbers in the spreadsheet may be in a different order
than the browser.

Any spreadsheet should do, but I prefer to use LibreOffice.

Why When I install rel="nofollow">Composer on Windows 7/8/10, or some UNIX-suited
programs like href="http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/gtar.htm"
rel="nofollow">GNU Tar, I need to set their Path value, and if I
don't, it won't be usable by other programs?

I want to write the output of a robocopy command into a text file
to see which files were copied.

I tried robocopy drive: destination: /e /v>log.txt
and robocopy drive: destination: /e /v /l>log.txt but
none of these commands worked.

Edit: I also tried both commands with >>log.txt
instead of >log.txt.

I would like to Block facebook messenger and
whatsApp on my Dlink router
I googled the same and tried some of the methods
but not a single one worked. It's really important as I want to keep
my children at bay from online stalkers.

So I burned BackTrack 5 R3 on a DVD and hoped to use it on my new
laptop but some Problems occured. I made a bootable DVD and the laptop
was setup to first check the CD/DVD and then the hard drive. But it
wouldn't boot. I then went into the boot options and there I couldn't
find my DVD to boot from. At first I thought I didn't burn the CD
correctly but I tried it on my fathers PC and it worked normaly... Now
I am really stuck and I dont know what to do.
If it helps, my laptop is an Acer Aspire E 15.

I am soon going to be installing a SSD into my system. Preferably I
want to do a clean install on it. I have some questions regarding
whether my current route would be the correct way to do this:

1) Plug in SSD

2) Unplug HDD

3) Insert USB Stick with Windows install

4) Install Windows on SSD

5) Plug in HDD again

However, I suppose the HDDs data will be rendered unusable? Is
there a way to do it without doing that? I guess only migration can
fulfill this?

In task manager the is a process called "system". it uses resources
but I want to know what is it? and what causes to use this amount of
memory, cpu or disk.
what should I do?

I have a windows 10 + ubuntu 15.10 in a dual boot mode on my
My HDD is 1GB and my SSD is 250GB.
I managed to shrink my data in my HDD to be of size 226GB(all the
other space is unallocated)
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Now, I want to move the whole disk to the SSD.
When I tryed moving the disk using the disk-to-disk method, it told me
that I have a bigger harddrive so it wasn't possible - this means that
it doesn't look at how much space really is being used.

How can I solve this?
I don't want to reinstall the operating system..

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