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  1. Try shotcut http://www.shotcut.org/ Also video tutorials here : http://www.shotcut.org/tutorials/
  2. Oh yeah! Happy new year everybody!
  3. A bad cluster is a place where the data cannot be written. Currently, the disks are so huge that the amount of not usable space is negligible. The disk formatting takes care of bad clusters, and the corresponding sectors are flagged as not to be used, and the operating system does not use them. I the bad sectors were there before the disk formatting operation, it's not important for a standard user. If bad sectors appear during the life of the disk, the corresponding data are lost. That's a reason why you must have a backup of each of your important data. If a file is corrupted, you can restore it from your backup. If you have no backup, the data are definitely lost. So, the answer of your question is twofold. First of all, do you have a copy of your important data? If not, make a copy of your important data as soon as possible. Secondly, the disk can be saved by a disk check operation, which will flag the bad sectors as not to be used by the operating system. And of course, some people will tell you that it's better to do a disk format, if that disk is not your operating system disk.
  4. I confirm. It's quite not normal that a broken file is "used". Probably an antivirus scanning of your hard drive and your USB drive is the first thing to do. Then, copy somewhere the other useful files from you USB drive and then format the USB drive. And, of course, as usual, booting off a Linux LiveCD would be the easiest way removing the unwanted file from your hard disk.
  5. I'm rather curious. This seem to be a software you install on your PC. How will it restore lost SMS on your phone? Did you already try it? How does it work?
  6. And the funny thing is : most of these commands are very similar to ms-dos command-line commands. Probably very few people remember this time, where PC's only had a teminal environment, the system booted and then showed a prompt A> And you had to manyally type cd mygames game.bat And today, when you go to highschool, the teacher teaches you how the filesystem structure is, and how you have to manipulate files in order to install things, for instance a game, on your computer.
  7. Frankly speaking, I don't see it each time I surf on the web. Sometimes I see the old-style one, and sometimes I see this new one.
  8. Did you see the new captcha? You are probably familiar with this thing, asking you "click if you see a bicycle". Sometimes I see a new style of images appearing, have a look at the attached image:
  9. Update : This site is currently down, the domain name http://www.789mb.com is for sale. This is the main difference : you want your website to last a long time, so consider choosing a reliable provider.
  10. Ouch! That's the old problem, named downwards compatibility. Serious software makers keep the new operating system, or the middle-ware program, strictly compatible with the old programs. This means that each old piece of program has to continue working with the new operating system. Of course, the new software has new features the old programs did not know about, so the old programs will not take full benefit of the new things, but they have to continue working exactly as previously. Else, from quality point of view, if old code do not work with the new systems, this is a quality regression, and this issue has to be fixed. Of course, in our modern word, nobody cares about quality, end-user satisfaction, we will have to continue accepting these unacceptable features.
  11. Hello. Did you find a solution, or is the problem still pending?
  12. Hello Everybody! Just wanted to say : Happy new year 2020 to everybody!
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