however, the earlier you take the certification exam, the fewer the questions there is in the exam itself. the exam for this particular course is only 70 items.
after this course, i'll be taking 'Exam 70-687: Configuring Windows 8' (70 items). 'pag nakapasa, i'll take 'Exam 70-688: Managing and Maintaining Windows 8' shortly after.
if pasado both, i'll be MCSA Windows 8 certified na.
three days and no one bothers to post? hello? anyone there?
here's a topic to talk about.
the boy scouts of america are going to accept gays into their organization (after a lengthy petition)
well, that's because:
1: I changed shifts- from dinner shift to morning shift- and I'm still adjusting. My body is going nuts.
2: I bought a new router, plug-and-play, supposedly, but it doesn't seem to be working. (sigh, it's the SECOND FRIGGIN' ROUTER i bought!)
and I cannot seem to contact the local tech support number- at least the ASUS internet guys are answering my emails.
maybe you guys can even help, i'm taking any chances I can get.
have you tried changing the wireless adapter of your pc/laptop?
to clarify, are you using a laptop?
yes I'm using a laptop. you better speak to me like I'm a three-year old, hunt. I'm no techie.
What's your wireless adapter? It may be using some MS shit by default. You want to change it to whatever brand you have installed the driver with.
Try to run diagnostics on there by rightclicking and then going to "status", it usually resets the wireless adaptor if its not working. Or go search windows for device manager and then go to network adapters, and then to your wireless adapter and click it to see if there is any problems. Disable and enable it again if there isnt. I sometimes have a problem that is similar when it tries to go to a dns server address that was manually in putted but is wrong and I have to change it to pick it up automatically.
WHAT THE FUCK!!! I JUST SOLVED THE PROBLEM!!! I had two adapters, and one was disabled! JESUS!!!!
so i guess something me or imp said made you see it right?
wut, bill gates' writing looks like >.>