The Combine 2011
My office, Mallor | Grodner LLP, is a sponsor of the 2011 Combine. As the systems administrator for a law firm (several actually), I tend to look at everything on a tilt for the legal industry.
I walked away from the Combine with a renewed love of Bloomington and loads of ideas for how to maximize technology in the legal environment.
I was fortunate enough to attend the Tech Cocktail, Ignite Bloomington, and many of Saturday’s workshops including API Hackday.
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Also, check out my 2011 Combine wrap up
- Anger Management
- Open 311 Reporter
- Nag Me!
- Cheddar Club
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The SWF tutorials: qdltool-tutorial or win64-driver-verification-disable.ZIP
- Disable Win7 64 bit driver verification.
- Start – cmd (CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER for admin priv command prompt)
- ENTER: bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS_
- ENTER: bcdedit -set testsigning on
- Both commands should complete successfully. Close CMD window.
- Next steps will install certificate from repairtool.zip Continue reading “Dell Streak + Win7 Fastboot Drivers”
Thank you for your RSVP! Your registration is confirmed for the following webinar:
Topic: Deposing the Adverse Expert
Handouts are Available Here!
Presenters: ADTA Members Molly Craig and John T. Lay
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The latest service pack for Time Matters has a quirk that causes it to lose the desktop shortcut to the program and possible corrupt the TM Save link in MS office Add-ins.
Here is how to fix the Microsoft Office 2007 integration error with TM Save plugin for Time Matters 11. If you experience the following errors, please read on.
Time Matters Shortcut is damaged or missing:
Open Start > My Computer and browse to C:Program FilesLexis NexisTime Matters 11
Right click the file “TMWE.exe” and choose “Send to > Desktop (Create Shortcut). Right click the new desktop shortcut and rename to “Time Matters 11”. Right click again and choose “Pin to Start Menu”.
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