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Report on Galileo Galilei

I'm doing a report on Galileo Galilei and I have to know what the conflict and compromise are, but I can't exactly find it? Would the conflict be with the Catholic Church? Can you help me with the compromise?

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A conflict against the Catholic Church would be a very good idea. For much of his life his ideas were ridiculed by the church. An example is his idea that the earth actually orbited around the sun. The Church believed that the sun and other planets orbited the earth. The church later disliked another idea of his and he was placed under house arrest for the rest of his life.

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No idea!!!!! ^_^

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I have a USB key of 8 gig. Today i fill the capacity at 7.8 gig and the capacity is at 7.8 gig but nothing appear on it, even after check in 3 different PC !!! What the heck ?

Has to do with the definition of a GB. Here is a good explaination. from

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It turns out that the answer has to do with your electronic devices and their operating systems using a different definition of "gigabyte" ("GB") than that of the manufacturer's of storage devices such as memory cards and hard drives. When manufacturers of such devices say "GB", they mean what is called a "decimal gigabyte", which equals exactly 1,000,000,000 (one billion) bytes (a byte is a fairly basic unit of storage in computers). When your device's operating system describes the capacity of the storage medium, they typically use what is called a "binary gigabyte", which equals exactly 1,073,741,824 bytes. Because of this discrepancy, a device has less binary gigabytes than decimal gigabytes.

It turns out that a decimal gigabyte is approximately 93% the size of a binary gigabyte, so if your hard drive is 40 decimal gigabytes, your operating system will report that it is approximately:

40 decimal gigabytes * 93% = 40 * 0.93 = 37.2 binary gigabytes

Which is exactly the hard disk capacity that is reported by operating systems such as Windows XP. Likewise, a 1 decimal terabyte hard drive is 1000 decimal gigabytes. Windows will report that hard disk's capacity as approximately:

1000 decimal gigabytes * 93% = 1000 * 0.93 = 930 binary gigabytes (this is very close to what Windows reports; however, the multiplication factor isn't exactly 0.93, as we'll see below)

So simply put, when you purchase a digital storage medium, you can expect your operating system to identify it as being about 93% the size that you expect it to be. You're not being ripped off; it's just that the word "gigabyte" is used to mean two different things.

Aug 17, 2011 | Motherboards

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Hard drive replaced.......when plugging in the antenna to the USB port the report is "not compatible to 64 bit system". How do I get it to comply? Bob

This antenna is exactly for what? Is it a wireless USB device? If it is, have you installed the necessary driver software for it?

Jul 15, 2011 | Motherboards

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I want to install sound driver after install it from intel website it does not work ! HOW COULD I SPECIFY THE RIGHT DRIVER FOR MY DESKTOP PC ( Motherboard D865LC ) THANKS

Go to this link and let Intel find it for you:

The website has a safe, to use, detection application that finds all of your Intel products and updates them for you.

Thank You For Choosing FixYa~!

Mar 22, 2011 | Intel D865GLC Motherboard

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My brother built a computer Intel Celeron D, XP. It does not pick up the printer port and CD player. Is there a driver link for this?

Drivers for any given board are best acquired from the motherboard manufacturer's website since they know best which sections and functions on the main board require drivers and exactly which ones.
If you do not know the board mfr.'s name, download and run Belarc Advisor and it will produce a detailed report including the board's model and serial number.
Belarc Advisor
The only requirement is the presence of Internet Explorer (4.0 or later) that Advisor uses to present the report; you do not need to be on line for this use.

Nov 21, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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HDMI audio through AGP graphics card

I love ppl like you. You have an old MoBo and wish to use a new OS which hasn't even been released to the public yet (and I do know) and complain that you have problems.

The OS was released to developers some time ago to iron out bugs (such as yours) and has only recently seen the release of the RTM version (release to manufacturer) for finalisation before release to the public which should be coming shortly.

I was contacted by Microsoft along with many others long ago when they were developing this OS (I told them all along Vista was ****!) so I know the history of it.

Your problem may be solved with the release to public but could need ppl sending an error report and an update.

Aug 16, 2009 | Abit NF7-S V2 Motherboard

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NFSC doesnt work by error report

are you sure your video card supports the game?

Jun 24, 2009 | Biostar P4M890-M7 Motherboard

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My aud drivers do not work properly

Hi There, Download Belarc Advisor from this link

It will do a whole PC Audit on your pc, the have a look in the report when it's finished with the Report, It will open as an html document, you'll find your motherboard Model in there, the you can enter that in google, and then download your drivers from the site of the make of your motherboard..

Please let me know if i can help you more



May 02, 2009 | Motherboards

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In win set up

hi im josh in cebu phils. friend try this stuff to help you solve the problem.
This is a new error message in Windows XP that is displayed after you've had a program crash. (In Windows XP—in most cases—a program crash doesn't crash the entire operating system.) The message goes on to tell you that a log of this error has been created, and then prompts you to "please tell Microsoft about this problem." If you click the Send Error Report button, your computer will connect to the Internet and send the aforementioned error report to Microsoft. You also have the option to not send the report.
What happens when you click the Send Error Report button? Well, you can see for yourself by clicking the "To see what data this error report contains, click here" link. Windows will now display a totally incomprehensible collection of technical information that doesn't tell you diddly squat.
The big concern, of course, is how much of this information is technical and how much is personal; most users don't want to send Microsoft any more personal data than they absolutely have to. Microsoft says that they don't intentionally collect your name, address, email address, or any other personal information—however, the error report itself might include data files that contain this type of information.
So, should you send the error report? I'd recommend not, as you don't directly benefit from it; Microsoft uses this information for future bug fixes, not to help you with your specific problem. Just click the Don't Send button and continue with whatever you were doing before the message appeared.
By the way, if you get this message every time you turn on your PC, you need to update your version of Windows XP with Service Pack 1. This is a bug in the original Windows XP code that affects a small number of systems, and was fixed by Microsoft in SP1.
Unmountable boot volume This message is generated when certain Windows XP files become garbled, making your hard disk inaccessible. The solution is to use XP's new Recovery Console utility to repair the installation. Follow these steps:
  1. Reboot your computer using the Windows installation CD.
  2. When you see the Welcome to Setup screen, press the R key on your keyboard to start the Recovery Console.
  3. You're now presented with a command prompt. Enter chkdsk and press Enter.
  4. Enter exit and press Enter to quit the Recovery Console and restart your computer.
If this doesn't fix the problem, restart the Recovery Console and run the chkdsk /r command.
Windows protection error This error typically occurs when your computer attempts to load or unload a problematic virtual device driver (VXD). In most cases, the problematic driver is mentioned in the error message; in other cases, however, you'll have no clue as to what is causing the problem.
If you can track down the driver causing the problem, you can usually fix things by reinstalling or updating the driver, repairing any damaged Registry entries, or eliminating any driver conflicts.
good luck friend.

Mar 04, 2009 | ASUS P4SGX-MX Motherboard

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Epox MF570 SLI motherboard drivers

I've added a comment on the other post, download everest home after you run the program click on report, quick report wizard internet explorer HTML, after compiled click on send in e-mail an e-mail to

Jun 21, 2008 | EPoX EP-MF570 SLI Motherboard

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