Discussion in 'HP Slate' started by ships10, Dec 11, 2011.
Nice pics. As for that little cable, I left it attached when I made my swap.
Use a photo hosting site (I use Photobucket) and the use the yellow square photo script button on the toolbar of the message box. Put in the url of the photo and it appears in the post.
When you go to task scheduler, under triggers, do you have 2 categories? You should have one that says "resume on workstation unlock".
I did put it back on the antistatic cover of the ssd. Everything was put back
and I think I even have it more flush than before...lol.
I initially I did not realise that one of the screws was under the first soft
silver pad. The ssd was not coming out ....so I just pulled it( the soft padding) off( and put it back once done).
I wonder what that is for?
I did use photobucket ...but it only loaded the link and not the image.
In the task schedular , yes, I have 2 categories...on log on and resume workstation unlock. Maybe I'll try it again from scratch.
I also tried vtgant's file....same result.
When typing your response to a message, if you look up top, there is a yellow box that looks like it has Mt. Fuji on it with a small square in the right hand corner. If you click it, a box appears where you can cut and paste the URL into that dialogue box. That will install the picture. If it still doesn't work, see if there is a switch in options that needs to be thrown.
On the Scheduler, I'd bet you missed ticking a box somewhere.
Yes, I did click on the yellow box and inserted the URL. No image only link.
Where is the option switch?
Could my picture be too large in size?
I'll go back and check.
User CP > Control Panel > Options and Settings. My guess would be the "Show Images" section. See if all the boxes are checked.
The picture could be too large. I usually shrink them to 400 x 400 before posting the link.
The settings seem fine. I think the files maybe too large.
I'll have to shrink them later.
I found this link how to optimize an SSD.
Which ones are worth performing?
How to Optimize an SSD | eHow.com
Any other suggestions to keep the ssd optimized?
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