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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Boot Winxp Fast

 
 
Follow the following steps
 
1. Open notepad.exe, type "del c:\windows\prefetch\ntosboot-*.* /q" (without the quotes) & save as "ntosboot.bat" in c:\

2. From the Start menu, select "Run..." & type "gpedit.msc".

3. Double click "Windows Settings" under "Computer Configuration" and double click again on "Shutdown" in the right window.

4. In the new window, click "add", "Browse", locate your "ntosboot.bat" file & click "Open".

5. Click "OK", "Apply" & "OK" once again to exit.

6. From the Start menu, select "Run..." & type "devmgmt.msc".

7. Double click on "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers"

8. Right click on "Primary IDE Channel" and select "Properties".

9. Select the "Advanced Settings" tab then on the device or 1 that doesn't have 'device type' greyed out select 'none' instead of 'autodetect' & click "OK".

10. Right click on "Secondary IDE channel", select "Properties" and repeat step 9.

11. Reboot your computer.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

What's the difference between .COM and .EXE formats?

- What's the difference between .COM and .EXE formats?
 
 To oversimplify: a .COM file is a direct image of how the program will
 look in main memory, and a .EXE file will undergo some further
 relocation when it is run (and so it begins with a relocation header). A
 .COM file is limited to 64K for all segments combined, but a .EXE file
 can have as many segments as your linker will handle and be as large as
 RAM can take.
 
 The actual file extension doesn't matter. DOS knows that a file being
 loaded is in .EXE format if its first two bytes are MZ or ZM; otherwise
 it is assumed to be in .COM format. For instance, DR-DOS 6.0's
 COMMAND.COM is in .EXE format as is COMMAND.COM in recent versions of
 MS-DOS.
 

Monday, June 20, 2011

Enable Telnet on Windows 7


 

 

  1. Start
  2. Control Panel
  3. Programs And Features
  4. Turn Windows features on or off
  5. Check Telnet Client
  6. Hit OK

After that you can start Telnet via Command Prompt.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

When Your Computer Automatically Restarts

Please check,

 
This can be caused by several things:

1. Fan power cable not properly attached (open case and see if fan is spinning);

2. Fan power cable not connected to "CPU FAN" header (open case and make sure CPU fan power cable is installed to "CPU FAN" connector);

3. Bad fan not spinning (open case and see if fan is spinning);

4. Shut down temperature set at a value that is too low on motherboard setup (press Del after turning on your PC to check this out);

5. Overheating CPU

6. Bad power supply (replace your power supply to see if the problem is gone);

7. Other bad device installed that is making the power supply to shut down.

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