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  1. Friends,

    one of my clients pc's system date ( year only )automatically changing to 2005

    i changed the cmos cell..

    i hope the problem with virus ..

    anyone know about this virus ?

    Plz dont recoment to scan for virus - i already done it....

    Maybe there is some problem in the bios of your motherboard, you may try to update the bios.

    On the other hand, Which anti -virus software you are using currently?

  2. when i try to access network computers i get this message: you might not have permission to use this network resurce. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permission.

    I don t have server in this network is that problem? If that is problem can you tell me how to make PC like server in network?

    please help

    You have to check whether the network environments are set properly such as workgroup name and ip address(if applicable)

  3. On the other hand, you can try to clear all cookies & temporary internet file(including offline content) in IE & try to download it again.

    Acutally, i also suggest you to use download manager since the file size is too big. There are more options in downloading file.

  4. It's complaining about not being able to talk to something on the box, and according to Cisco's docs on this bug, it is usually caused by 3rd party firewall software on the box. The fix is to install the latest 4.x version of the Cisco VPN client, and allow it through the firewall software.

    thks for your kind reply. I have tried to uninstall the f-secure internet security and i am able to use vpn client. Thks a lot.

  5. I currently have windows server 2003 installed on another PC and I have tried booting windows XP from a CD in the bios but it hasnt worked. It just keeps going through without booting it. Any ideas?

    Are you sure your cd is bootable ?

    Furthermore, have you check whether your cdrom drive is okay?

  6. when i try to start the vpn client, the computer restarts automatically.

    After finish restarting

    i've got the following error message :

    Error 51 :

    The VPN Client failed to create an inter-process communication socket in order to communicate with the service/daemon. VPN connections cannot be established/terminated via the GUI. Refer to Related Information for link to search on Cisco bug ID CSCed05004.

    How can i solve the problem? please kindly advise. Thks a lot

  7. Have you read the red note at the end of the last guide? I think you fall in that case. Make sure your USB hard disk is NOT listed first, play a bit with the other IDE devices as described in the previous posts.

    I will try to use flash drive instead of notebook harddisk , i have use some software to test the reading/writing speed between the notebook harddisk & pqi flash drive, i find out that the reading performance is better for using pqi flash drive.

  8. I've tried removing these by Spyware Doctor, Ad-Aware 2007, and Spyware Blaster, but to no avail.

    What can I use?

    Have you installed any Anti-virus Software?

  9. I am having a very frustrating problem. Running Windows XP Pro. On several different machines I am unable to stream audio, any audio from any source, live365.com, local radio stations etc. However, on other machines within the network no problem. so it is not a network issue. What will happen is you can open up IE or Firefox, start a live audio feed it will stream for a while and then it crashes the software IE/Firefox. Tried live feed through Winamp, WMP, Real player same results will stream for a while then crashes program. I've made sure all updates installeds, then uninstalled hotfixes looking for cause. Updated all programs I could think of, java, shockwave, etc. Looking for ideas, help, a miracle something. Any help appreciated.

    have you tried to update the audio driver ?

  10. Step 6

    MIGRATE.INF

    CODE

    [Version]

    Signature = "$Windows NT$"

    [Addreg]

    HKLM,"SYSTEM\MountedDevices",,0x00000010

    HKLM,"SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\StorageDevicePolicies","WriteProtect",%REG_DWORD%,1

    [strings]

    ;Handy macro substitutions (non-localizable)

    REG_SZ = 0x00000000

    REG_BINARY = 0x00000001

    REG_DWORD = 0x00010001

    REG_MULTI_SZ = 0x00010000

    REG_SZ_APPEND = 0x00010008

    REG_EXPAND_SZ = 0x00020000

    If you wish to preserve your USB storage drive letter use CDOB's script to create MIGRATE.INF, don't forget to add the above entries :

    Actually, i have tried to use notebook harddisk to install window xp by using the above method. but it fails.

    If i use the above code in migrate.inf , i can't not install window xp and there is a warning message that my harddisk c:(should be the drive of the stick) has been damaged. cannot continue setup window anymore, press any key to exit.

    If i use CDOB's Script, i can continue to setup window even copying temporary file to 3.5" harddisk, however when the PC restarts, there is a warning that ntldr is missing. If i copy ntldr manually to that 3.5" harddisk, i can enter ther screen of installing win xp , however , further warning message is prompt that my setup file is missing. \globalroot\hardiskvolume2\xxxx.

    How can fix it? I think using notebook hdd to installing xp is faster than using flash drive. Thks for all of your effort again.

  11. Another interesting for me thing- I had Bart PE minint folder on the root of the same stick, while testing I have noticed that if txtsetup.sif in root is missing or renamed, Bart PE is launched instead of TEXT mode setup. It might have been already discussed somewhere, but gives a good idea how both may coexist, without having to create second partition for it. I am going to test it further and report results.

    @buseeliu- try some random shots to see why your USB stick is so slow:

    1. Update your BIOS

    2. Check setting in BIOS for USB, make sure USB2.0 is enabled, play a bit with the other settings for USB- legacy support etc.

    3. Test the same stick on another motherboard/system, which is known to support faster speeds

    4. Test on your motherboard another stick, which is known to be fast

    5. Unplug all other USB devices while testing

    6. Use one by one the rear USB ports, try do disconnect fron USB ports from motherboard

    May be jaclaz can help you with some other ideas, hes knowledge about usb sticks is amazing :thumbup

    @jaclaz- Have you had a chance to look what was going wrong with MBRs?

    I think the main problem is my usb 2.0 stick is not fast enough , if i copy file to notebook harddisk through, the speed is very fast. Maybe i need to buy another high speed usb stick later. Thks for your advice.

  12. 8. Create:

    BOOT_REN.CMD

    CODE

    @echo off

    SET TAGFILE=\bootfiles

    FOR %%h IN (C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y) DO IF EXIST "%%h:%TAGFILE%" SET USBDRIVE=%%h:

    xcopy %USBDRIVE%\bootfiles\*.* %SYSTEMDRIVE%\ /y /h /r /k

    ren %USBDRIVE%\txtsetup.sif txtsetup.bak

    ren %USBDRIVE%\$WIN_NT$.~BT WIN_NT.BT

    ren %USBDRIVE%\$WIN_NT$.~LS WIN_NT.LS

    exit

    In step 8, Undo_Ren.CMD Should change back to undoren.cmd in order to match Step 6

  13. Hi I have tryed this over and over and it still does not boot to the USB stick : (my Dell laptop is USB boot ready)

    I started it of in CMD

    diskpart

    select disk 1 (being the usb drive)

    clean

    create partition primary

    select partition 1

    active

    format fs=fat32

    assign

    exit

    then I copyed using this command from the XP CD xcopy d:\*.* /s/e/f e:\ (the XP cd is fully bootable)

    Is their a different method of doing it. Please all the help I can get would be great.

    I thinks this method is for Installing Window VISTA from USB Flash drive.

  14. @ilko_t

    NTDETECT.COM and NTLDR are the same files as on root of your USB stick, you can copy them from your XP install source i.e. \I386 or \$WIN_NT$.~BT on your USB stick. BOOT.INI code is described right under 7., you need to CREATE it, you don't copy it from anywhere. As I already wrote- prepare the stick in advance and at once, from working XP/2k whatever system you have. Once it's prepared no further steps are needed.

    As for the HAL missing error please post here your BOOT.INI file found on root of your USB stick.

    Yes, i think i has made the mistake on this boot.ini file. I will try it again at tomorrow.

    I had amended the BOOT.INI and i was able to install WINDOW XP From the flash drive successfully. Your method is very good. However, the procedure of deleting temporary file at the last 1 mintue is extremely slow. I need to spend around one hour to finish this process.

    Do i make any mistake again? Thks for your help.

  15. Whenever I access a network drive the explorer.exe crash.

    It crashes when I access to the sixth or seventh folder in the network drive.

    Here are some crach's logs:

    Application popup: explorer.exe - Application Error : The instruction at "0x7c91888f" referenced memory at "0x072ba098". The memory could not be "read".

    Application popup: Explorer.EXE - Application Error : The instruction at "0x7c9106c3" referenced memory at "0x0056005a". The memory could not be "written".

    Application popup: explorer.exe - Application Error : The instruction at "0x7c9111de" referenced memory at "0x0065004c". The memory could not be "read".

    Application popup: Explorer.EXE - Application Error : The exception unknown software exception (0xc000001e) occurred in the application at location 0x02920289.

    Application popup: Explorer.EXE - Application Error : The instruction at "0x7c9111de" referenced memory at "0x0065004c". The memory could not be "read".

    Application popup: Explorer.EXE - Application Error : The instruction at "0x7c9ecad2" referenced memory at "0x00660069". The memory could not be "read".

    Application popup: explorer.exe - Application Error : The instruction at "0x76eb1d8f" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written".

    I have done a scan with; SPYboot S&D, Ad-aware,SPY boot doctor and Hijackthis but it haven't fixed it.

    I also checked the RAM with Memtest and there were no errors.

    I checked my C drive "Chkdsk /f" and it didn't help.

    I changed the size of my Paging file but ot also didn't help

    Please assist...

    i think the main problem is related to your networking. Pls. provide more information about your networking environment including routers/hubs/ethernet card

  16. P.S. please be careful when quoting, it's hard to understand which part was written by you and which is quoted.

    Yep, also if you write (without the underscores):

    [_quote_]

    This is a quoted sentence.

    [_/quote_]

    you get:

    This is a quoted sentence.

    but if you write (again without the underscores)

    [_quote=jaclaz_]

    This is a quoted sentence, and the author is shown between parenthesis.

    [_/quote_]

    you get:

    This is a quoted sentence, and the author is shown between parenthesis.

    jaclaz

    Thks for your teaching. :rolleyes:

  17. @ilko_t

    NTDETECT.COM and NTLDR are the same files as on root of your USB stick, you can copy them from your XP install source i.e. \I386 or \$WIN_NT$.~BT on your USB stick. BOOT.INI code is described right under 7., you need to CREATE it, you don't copy it from anywhere. As I already wrote- prepare the stick in advance and at once, from working XP/2k whatever system you have. Once it's prepared no further steps are needed.

    As for the HAL missing error please post here your BOOT.INI file found on root of your USB stick.

    Yes, i think i has made the mistake on this boot.ini file. I will try it again at tomorrow.

    As for the slow speed- are you sure your motherboard supports USB2.0? Once drivers in TEXT mode setup are loaded and you are presented the screen to choose REPAIR/INSTALL if motherboard supports USB2.0 you should have it.

    My motherboard is Gigabyte M55plus-S3G/AM2 and it supports USB2.0. On the other hand, my flash drive is kingston DTI 2G (Datatraveler) and it also supports usb 2.0. I really don't understand where is my mistake. I think it is a very serious problem for the slow copying speed. I really want to find out the reason.

    P.S. please be careful when quoting, it's hard to understand which part was written by you and which is quoted.

    Sorry for my pooring quoting. I have amended it and thks for your nice helping.

  18. ilko_t

    I believe your BOOT.INI file points to the wrong partition on the hard disk. Are installing on first hard disk, first partition? If not you need to amend the BOOT.INI on the USB stick.

    If that's not the case then did you leave USB stick plugged in?

    Please give as much as possible information for your setup, how many partitions, how many hard drives you have, where do you install it on etc..

    i just have one IDE 40G Hdd with one partition. I just want to intall the window in Drive C and i haven't unplugged my USB stick

    7. Create a folder BOOTFILES in USB stick root, and copy NTDETECT.COM, NTLDR and your custom BOOT.INI, which will be copied on hard disk later, during the first logon. Set them system, hidden and read-only in advance.

    copy NTDETECT.COM, NTLDR & CUSTOMISED BOOT.INI during the first logon,

    when should i copy these files & from where i should copy them from?

    Furthermore, the speed of copying the temp files to Harddisk drive is very slow. The condition just like smartdrv has not been loaded prior to setting up window xp. Is it possible to make the speed of copying temp file faster? Using winnt.exe or the procedure described? Please try to be as much informative as possible, don't make the other party guessing what you are trying to say. ;)

    After you have pass through the welcome to installing window screen, they will ask you to select "Install" , "repair" , " Exit", Once you select 'install", then the setup procedure will try to detect your existing Hard drive. Select the drive and format it as ntfs or fat. Then the temporary setup file will begin to copy to the harddisk . This procedure is very slow. Just like smartdrv not yet loaded. The temporary setup file just copy one by one and you can clearly see every filename that is being copied at the bottom of the right hand side . If you are using normal window setup cd to install xp, you can't see every filename since the process of copying file is very fast.

    I had encountered this situation before. When i am using command prompt(booted by Win98 floppy disk) to install window xp by running winnt without smartdrv loaded.

    Hope the above information is detail enough and you can understand my problem. Thank you so much.

  19. extensively tested everything else, i forgot i had another socket 939 cpu layin around, that wasnt the problem. i also tested the PSU output with a voltmeter and everything was on par, looks like its either the motherboard or the ram. most likely the motherboard, its a shame its only a year old

    Try to clear CMOS from your motherboard and test the system again.



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