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  1. does anyone know of a program that i can boot from and defragment NTFS drives while they are off line, so you can hit the registry and critical operating system files and the paging file too? the tool for linux is under beta testing so i'm kinda iffy about using that, and its the only one that will run on linux and defragment windows partitions, so i was hoping there might be something a little more mature in development
  2. i'm running vista home premium amd64 SP2 and windows explorer crashes when i right click on files, or try to open things like device manager or the error report console. i have also noticed that a simple reboot will resolve this for a little while, but after running the computer for an hour or two the problem is back. i did a little reading into the shell extensions, but i'm not sure that this is the cause, because the only think that i installed with a shell extension was avast anti-virus and that was years ago (it would seem odd that it would just start now) any ideas, or would it have to b
  3. uhm yeah, i've seen it done, and wanted to give it a try, i've got two...maybe three (depending on how you look at it) questions... 1)would splitting the internet connection via router, then hardware firewall, then honeypot, be considered "over kill" and would simply connecting the honeypot to the internet via wireless router (that other computers connect to the internet through but are NOT connected to each other through) be "under kill" 2)how do you log the data and then keep it safe from the attacker modifying or destroying it (after all what is the point of the honeypot if its logs get tra
  4. well just out of...i don't know what. i went back and double checked everything, and there was a break in one of the lines in the IDE cable...and i just replaced it, and now i got it working again. sorry about all the trouble.
  5. i turn it off...grant it by itself that option is rather insecure i use comodo firewall with D+ so i just make custom policies for all my trusted programs, load them, and everything else is stopped by the firewall until i pass it. i like comodo's interface better then the windows counterpart.
  6. well i voted for red hat... but in the spirit of open source i've been working on my own linux based OS....though i'll see how well that works out after i'm done building it. also **** Small Linux....has to be the best thing ever. (once you add a few programs)
  7. nice. i love homemade hacks and mods...or contraptions to replace costly store bought items (^_^) *tips hat*
  8. ok i get this error at the BIOS. and also i can't use the floppy drive. this is what i have done so far: in the BIOS settings: floppy controler-enabled diskette A - 1.44mb, 3 1/2 write protect- disabled checked the IDE cables, power supply cables. and floppy for the write lock switch. i used several disks, and even switched out the drive. and i uninstalled the floppy disk drive drivers, and floppy disk drive controler drivers...rebooted, and reinstalled. still the problems persist. i'm not sure what to do next. any ideas? please and thank you.
  9. i think its just a laptop thing to over heat (mostly, i know other things can come into play) but, like the other guy said, some kind of stand helps. i have a flat basket that i can flip over and still rest on my lap, the computer goes on top, and it can breath way better. also, if you have a box fan or are running the AC set the computer next to it. i have a box fan set up and just blast my computer with it (trying to hit the processor and hard disk area the most) or if your not getto like me, they actually make platform/fan cooling systems for laptops that plug into the USB for power. and i
  10. cool, i already have that from mounting DSL to a jump drive.... but would i package my DOS folder inside the syslinux directory and then compress to an .iso or have them in sperate directorys and then put both into one .iso? nope. youd need a floppy image with DOS (i prefer FreeDOS) and either a FAT(32) partition with your BIOS image and flash tool or you'd have to add the flashing tool and image to the floppy image. this could be helpful: http://www.ltr-data.se/opencode.html#ImDisk http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-stuff/...tributions/1.0/ (get fdboot.img from there and empty fdconfig.sys
  11. cool, i already have that from mounting DSL to a jump drive.... but would i package my DOS folder inside the syslinux directory and then compress to an .iso or have them in sperate directorys and then put both into one .iso?
  12. are you sure? i thought that those where floppy images, i'll try it
  13. let me start off by saying i'm posting this in the vista section because the computer i'm using to make this disk is running vista. the computer that i'm flashing has no OS loaded into it at the moment. i need to have it on a CD or a DVD...i know all about the floppy method, and emulating a floppy drive in a USB stick. but the computers that i'm working with don't have floppy drives, and the computer that i'm flashing does not support booting from USB and also it doesn't have a floppy drive so it wouldn't recognize the floppy emulation....
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