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Liam Westley His incoherent ramblings October 2009 Entries
Where has my graphic equalizer gone in Windows Media Player 12? (i.e. Windows 7) – AND Windows 8!
UPDATE – 12th November 2013 - Windows 8 instructions In a tale worthy of the business book Who Moved My Cheese Microsoft have relocated the graphic equalizer yet again to another hidden section of Windows Media Player. It may be still be versioned Windows Media Player 12 but it’s not quite the same. First, load Windows Media Player, and navigate to the now playing view with Ctrl+3. This is the smallest minimalist view. You now need to hover at the bottom of the pane, and right click somewhere not ......

Posted On Friday, October 23, 2009 6:14 AM

Adobe Acrobat Reader Updates – how to save them locally for repeated use, a step by step guide
As a developer I have several machines, some of which are virtual machines which may be isolated from the general internet. I used to get annoyed with Adobe not providing direct downloads for updates which means you have to download updates for each machine separately. I realise there may be good reasons for this, differentiating between different versions of operating system. However, I do like to have the ability to rebuild a system to a known state from scratch without relying on online updates. ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 14, 2009 5:57 AM

Three MiFi (Huawei E5830) 3G and WiFi access point all in one, first impressions review
June 12th 2010 - I headed over to Three's London offices to take a peak at the next generation MiFi unit on Wednesday, and here's the scoop on the next generation MiFi unit, the E585, I have been using a 3G Mobile Broadband dongle from Three [ ] for just over a year and have been very happy with the service. It helps that I am on a half price ......

Posted On Thursday, October 8, 2009 3:08 PM

Virtualised networking issues? Sometimes it's the most obvious thing, Doh!
I just provided some help to a friend setting up a small virtualisation network on single machine, for demonstrating a new software technology at user groups and conferences. A few tweets and e-mails went back and forth as we discussed virtual networking options, static IP configurations and using NEWSISID to enable imaging VMs from a initial 'gold' image. Getting the machines to talk to each other on an isolated virtual network was proving to be way more difficult than it should have been. At this ......

Posted On Sunday, October 4, 2009 2:41 PM

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