Windows - Detecting installed programs via registry. How to make a transparent background/selection on an image using GIMP. Open your image.
Select the area you want to make transparent. Select the appropriate selection tool from the Tool window or the Tools - Selection Tools menu on the Layer window. I usually use the magic wand/fuzzy select (Select contiguous region) tool or the Select regions by color tool. Click in the region you want selected. Use shift-click to add more regions/colors. And that's it. NOTE: IE does not support showing PNG transparencies (alpha channels) natively. When saving your image as a GIF from within Gimp, it will prompt you to export it - you can select either Indexed or Greyscale - however, on the next screen (Save as GIF) be sure to check the 'Interlace' option. Tim. ASUS Rampage IV Extreme: Raid Issue HELP! - Asus - Motherboards-Memory. Your question shmcphrsn February 17, 2012 10:57:16 PM Hi, Can anyone help me with this issue where Windows Install isn't seeing my drives in Raid mode but when I put them into ACHI windows installation will find the drives why???
Please help I bought 2 OCZ Agility III 240GB just to run them in Raid 0 on this board and can't, what am I doing wrong??? My System: ThermalTake Level 10 GT Corsair H100 Hydro Cooler Intel Core i7 3930K ASUS Rampage III Extreme Corsair Vengeance 2133MHz 16GB x2 (32GB) OCZ Agility III 240GB x2 Raid 0 ASUS BluRay Combo Drive ASUS GTX580 DCU II BigFoot Killer 2100 Network Card ASUS PCE-N15 Wireless Card CoolerMaster Silent Pro 1000w PSU Windows 7 Ult. 64 See full content More about : asus rampage extreme raid issue | E-mail me updates | Track this thread February 18, 2012 4:23:17 AM To answer my own question I followed the advice on this page and booted with no problems: m l Related resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories Tom's Hardware Around the World.
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Then select this text and click the Insert/Edit Link toolbar button to provide the URL of the page you're linking to. If using the Rich Text Editor to link to another LiveJournal account, you would first type the username of the account you want to link. Then, select this username and click the LiveJournal User button to make the name into a link. How To View and Kill Processes On Remote Windows Computers.
Windows provides several methods to view processes remotely on another computer.
Terminal Server is one way or you can use the command line utility pslist from Microsoft Sysinternals site. While both options are good alternatives, Windows XP and Vista provides a built in utility for viewing and killing process on remote Computers using Tasklist and Taskkill commands. Both tasklist.exe and taskkill,exe can be found in %SYSTEMROOT%\System32 (typically C:\Windows\System32) directory. To view processes on a remote Computer in your home, you will need to know the username and password on the Computer you want to view the processes. Once you have the user account information, the syntax for using tasklist follows: tasklist.exe /S SYSTEM /U USERNAME /P PASSWORD (To view all tasklist options, type tasklist /? (NOTE: if you are in a Domain environment and have Administrator rights to the remote Computer, you will may not need to specify a Username and Password)