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Where are my Metatrader Log files?

09th August 2011
This tip is to debunk the conspiracy theories about Forex Brokers deleting your trade journal in order to erase evidence of their wrongdoing; since we started discussing the Virtual Dealer Plugin people have sent us many inquiries of the whereabouts of th... Read >
Author: martin yerfo

Word doc corruption due to Document Map? Steps to repair

22nd September 2010
Word document corruption can occur due to a variety of reasons. One of the relatively less cited reasons is use of Document Map option. The Document Map allows you to quickly go through a long Word document whilst keeping track of your location in it. It ... Read >
Author: jeny

Signs Your BMW Ignition Switch is Toast

06th July 2010
There are signs that your BMW ignition switch is experiencing trouble. If you find that your ignition lock cylinder is moving too much, or if you have some strange behavior in your windshield wipers you might want to check the ignition switch first. A mal... Read >
Author: Sameen Shaukat

PST Recovery When Outlook Can Not Expand the Folder

15th April 2010
If you are using Microsoft Outlook as an email client and personal information manager, your data is stored in a PST file. PST (Personal Storage Table) is the main storage file of Microsoft Outlook, which contains all the folders, profile settings, rules,... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

Unable to Restore or Update the iPod

21st January 2010
Sometimes your iPod may show you strange behavior and does not work properly. In such cases, you may need to restore it or update it to sort out the problem. Restoration method restores your iPod in previous working state and possibly fix the current prob... Read >
Author: Simpson

Loving Someone With OCD, How to Help Them Overcome Their OCD

29th December 2009
Loving someone with OCD: how difficult can it be? You do not need to be the one who is suffering with the problem directly to experience troubles of your own with OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), which can affect different people in many ways. Often, ... Read >
Author: DerektheOCDcoach
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