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C2dan88

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  1. What browser you using? You running the code from jsfiddle or your own file?
  2. Yes can be done using localstoreage api I have updated the demo https://jsfiddle.net/v9djufsm/
  3. Do you mean you don't want the timer to reset when you close and reopen it?
  4. See the ubuntu wiki for disk imaging https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DriveImaging You can also use the built in disks utility app for imaging drives too.
  5. You could wrap all your javascript code into a function, call it startTimer function startTimer() { ... your existing code ... } Changing this line of you code var countDownDate = new Date("Oct 31, 2020 14:55:10").getTime(); to this // create a new date var countDownDate = new Date() // adding 90 days to date countDownDate.setDate(countDownDate.getDate() + 90); The above will set the countdown time to 90 days in the future. Set the onclick event for the complete button to startTimer to reset/start the count down <button type="button" id="
  6. If you have the iso then use rufus to create a bootable usb installer. But there is nothing wrong using media creation tool.
  7. Sorry, I meant the top three are the actual nvidia drivers. But the ones like mhwd-nvida-xxx are not. That command auto installs the driver for your graphics card. You can choose to install specific version using sudo mhwd -i pci video-nvidia-390xx To install the 390xx driver, replace 390xx for what version you want (list available versions using mhwd -l command) To remove the driver you'd use -r flag instead of -i command above
  8. No, those are not all nvidia drivers. To confirm what drivers are actually installed press Super (Win key) in the search box type in Hardware Configuration and press enter. This should open system settings window listing drivers available for your hardware and what drivers are installed. If you are having issues with nvidia driver then I would uninstall all nvidia drivers listed (right click them), leaving the open source nouveau driver as fallback. Reboot and then reinstall the latest driver.
  9. What do you need port 80 for? Port 80 is used by IIS for hosting websites Changing the port will affect any sites being hosted by IIS.
  10. The sql statement you are trying to use is creating a new user and applying its privileges in one statement. After version 8 of mysql/mariab you can no longer do this. You first have to create the user CREATE USER 'wordpress'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'your password here'; Then apply its privileges GRANT SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE,CREATE,DROP,ALTER ON wordpress.* TO 'wordpress'@'localhost';
  11. On line 15 you are setting the rotation variable it should read like so Quaternion rotation = Quaternion.Euler(0, yAngle, 0);
  12. No, there is no need to "reinstall bios". To reset to defaults you'd do a cmos reset.
  13. Try this for removing the the chrome-remote-desktop package. sudo dpkg --remove --force-all chrome-remote-desktop
  14. Sounds you have corrupted the apt package cache, apt is used on Debian based systems (which ubuntu is) for maintaining installed software packages First clear the apt cache using these commands sudo apt autoremove && sudo apt clean Then run this for fixing missing dependencies sudo apt-get install -f Next run the following to remove chrome remote desktop package (assuming chrome-remote-desktop_current_amd64.deb is located in your Downloads folder of your home directory) sudo dpkg --purge ~/Downloads/chrome-remote-desktop_current_amd64.deb You should th
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