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  1. Hey Guys, Got a pretty simple question. I've seen on a few PC's that the HDD Drive letter is something other than C:, it's E: F: etc... I've tried going in through disk management in XP, and attempted to change the drive letter there, but have been unsuccessful. I was able to change the drive letter using Partition Magic 8.0, and I'm not a fan of it whatsoever. It changed the drive letter, but now the PC gets to the welcome screen of XP, and goes no further. I was also wanting to know what other utility is out there other than Partition Magic 8.0 -- is there something that is better than this. Any input on resolving this issue will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  2. Hey Guys, Here's the code I've got so far for the embedded media player.. <OBJECT ID="MediaPlayer1" width=160 height=162 classid="CLSID:22D6F312-B0F6-11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95" codebase= "http://activex.microsoft.com/activex/controls/mplayer/en/nsmp2inf.cab#Version=6,0,02,902" standby="Loading Microsoft® Windows® Media Player components..." type="application/x-oleobject"> <PARAM NAME="FileName" VALUE="http://webserver/path/your-file.asx">'>http://webserver/path/your-file.asx"> <PARAM NAME="AutoStart" VALUE="false"> <EMBED type="application/x-mplayer2" pluginspage = "http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/MediaPlayer/" SRC="http://webserver/path/your-file.asx" name="MediaPlayer1" width=160 height=162 AutoStart=false> </EMBED> </OBJECT> But, what I'm trying to do is to be able to play multiple files, or give the option to choose which file they would like to view in the embedded player. How do I go about doing this, or can someone refer me to a site of where to see how to make this work. Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  3. Windows XP Genuine Issue?

    Hey Guys, Got an HP Pavilion 552w with MS Windows XP Home I'm working on for a client, and when the system boots up, it's displaying a message about this copy of windows is not Genuine, and ask if you would like to get genuine. I've tried numerous repairs, and other bypass things to try and get around this, but I'm not making any progress with it at all. I was wondering has anyone ever seen this on a name brand PC, that has a legitimate copy of Windows XP loaded on the PC. Is there a way around this to re-register the copy of XP loaded on the PC??? or what options do I have to resolve this issue for this client???? Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  4. Hey Guys, Trying to do a backup on a client's PC to retrieve the e-mail, contacts, and outlook settings. I'm not able to access the application do to corruption from the recent KB925902 update to the PC, is there another way to recover the data from within the Outlook Application, such as registry, or within windows folders??? or where exactly does the data for Outlook reside on the PC??? Any input on this will be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  5. BartPE Question?

    Hey Guys, For those of you who use BartPE, is there anyway to run a virus/ad/spyware scan on the HDD, once it's in another system, and booted off the BartPE Bootable CD?? Also does it allow for add-ons of any type?? Thanks for the input
  6. Hidden Folders

    Hey Guys, thanks for all the replies, I downloaded, and ran BartPE, and those folders did not show up there either, so I guess that they are not going to cause any problems with the drive, anyway, I'm bout to the point of reformatting the drive anyway, since it has so much virus, porn, and ad/spyware infections on it. thanks for all the support and references to those utilities. Thanks,
  7. Hidden Folders

    :realmad: Ok Guys, Here goes, this is really making me mad, and I just can't figure this one out. I've got a HDD I'm working on for a client, and it has 2 folders I'm trying to delete, because of virus & porn infections on the PC. The strange thing is that both of these folders show up in my Data Recovery Application... as it is here... --> you can clearly see them, the 2 with the arrows pointing at them. Ok, now here's what it looks like just through My Computer. --> I've also got it set on the Folder Properties to show hidden files/folders, and also show hidden windows system files, but yet these folders do not show up for me to delete. If anyone knows of a way that I can delete these, please inform me on how to do so??? I've been looking for some delete programs to clear deleted folders, since I'm thinking that this is what this is relating to, but not sure. Any Input on this will be greatly appreciated Thanks,
  8. Error 1603 Windows Live messenger

    Windows live messenger setup error code 1603 1) Click Start > Run 2) Type msiexec /unreg and press enter and wait until it appears to have finished. 3) Go back to Start > Run 4) Type msiexec /regserver and press enter. 5) Try to install MSN Messenger again. Good luck! If this doesn't work, try: C:\documents and settings\all users\application data\microsoft\ Then select the folder "IdentityCRL" remove the folder. Since the error is occuring due to "ppcrlconfig.dll" directory correction. Then run the setup and this time it will be able to install. Labels: error code 1603 How can I uninstall Messenger Plus! Live? Messenger Plus! Live can be uninstalled like any other software on your computer. In Windows XP, click on "Start\Control Panel" and select "Add/Remove Programs". In the list that will be displayed, select "Messenger Plus! Live" or "Messenger Plus! Live & Sponsor", click on "Remove" and follow the instructions. Messenger Plus! will be uninstalled quickly from your system along with the sponsor if you previously installed it. Some files will be removed only after you restart your computer (note: chat logs won't be removed automatically). MS Live Messenger Plus! Registry Settings <-- Location of all files related to the MS Live Messenger, one of these ways should allow you to be able to remove all references of the application. Let me know if this doesn't work, and I'll see what else I can figure out for you. Thanks,
  9. Hey Guys, Was wondering if anyone knows where I can find some software or a client the will allow me to connect to an MSN Hotmail Account for MSN Messenger on my Blackberry 7130E on Cellular South Network?? Any input greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  10. Windows 2000 sp4 unable to pirnt

    1st thing that I would check is to go under services.msc -- and check the settings of the print spooler. It should be set to automatic startup. I would also try stopping it and restarting it, I've seen this cause some problems before with printers, and it's generally fixes the issue. If not, I'll do what I can to help you resolve the issue. Thanks,
  11. Custom Name Change

    ok, thanks, I'll see what happens.. Oh yeah.. very nice support forum by the way Thanks,
  12. Custom Name Change

    So you're saying that this option is no longer available to me, or it's been disabled from my profile???? And basically I'm not gonna be able to change it then, right???? Thanks,
  13. Custom Name Change

    Ok, did what you said, and I get no custom member title under that part of my profile, here's a screen shot for the proof. Thanks,
  14. Custom Name Change

    Hey guys, I'm trying to figure out how to change this where the arrow is pointing to, to a custom name or saying, and I can't seem to figure it out?? where do I go to change it, or am I not allowed to do so??? I've already gone under my profile, and set a personal statement, but that's not showing up anywhere, except in my profile viewer. Thanks for the input.
  15. VcCleanup.exe

    Ok, next thing I would recommend is going into Safe Mode, and deleting all the references of that VcCleanup.exe file that way, going thru all the windows temp folders, as well as the registry Keys I posted above, and run the Symantec Removal Tool under Safe Mode. I would also do a search of all HDD's installed in your system for the file, if any are found navigate to where they reside, and delete any reference that it may find. Other than that, I really can't think of much else right now. Hope this helps