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  1. Also, checkout http://www.cluberti.com/ for some cool tips on what you can do with MDT 2010.
  2. UAC can die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die die... did I mention I really hate UAC?
  3. jcarle

    No to all

    Actually, I think UAC is the reason he's not. At least it seems to be as his profile shows him using XP... so... it's up in the air really...
  4. jcarle

    No to all

    Also fixed in Windows Vista / Windows 7.
  5. For the route to work, you need to specify the proper gateway. In this case, your VPN adapter IP on the computer that's going to be dialing in. Also, you could face some conflicts if both networks on on the same subnet.
  6. The last time I experimented with Folder Redirection and Roaming Profiles, I never managed to get the AppData folder to go back to local machines. I got so frustrated that I rebuilt my entire domain from scratch.
  7. I would suggest buying a new CPU instead of overclocking that one if you can afford it. Something like an Intel E5200 would be a stronger choice for gaming. If you want to overclock your Celeron to the maximum, you'll need a superior cooling solution such as the Prolimatech cooler. Also, you didn't mention what operating system you were using but another 2GB of memory, also inexpensive, could help speed things up.
  8. First, make sure it does not already exists on http://connect.microsoft.com/. If not, post your bug there.
  9. Are you sure the battery is fully charged? Because it sounds like the laptop's not charging properly, battery runs out and it saves the contents of memory to the hard drive using hibernation and then once it finally gets enough charge, it boots. Some laptops (not sure about the gateway you have) will not function without a battery because of the way the charging / power circuit is built. If you're saying that the laptop was working fine before with a new battery and that the battery stopped charging properly and eventually the laptop died fully, it's all things that point to the power / charging circuit. By that I mean the power adapter, the plug, the circuit inside the laptop and the battery. If you have a multi-meter, try checking the power plug of the power adapter to make sure it's sending the correct voltage. Shake the cables around a bit while you're checking the voltage to see if it varies. Also, check to see what the battery's voltage is at. If everything comes back clean with the battery and the charging circuit, and all... it could be a faulty motherboard. I remember one laptop I repaired, if you put a bit of pressure on the back right side of the laptop, it would shut off. The twisting of the shell from the opening and closing of the monitor eventually caused cracking of the motherboard circuit. After replacing the motherboard, everything was fine.
  10. Is it software or hardware RAID? Also, when a mirror array synchronizes, it will work the entire length of the drives (all 2TB worth) regardless of how much data is on the unit.
  11. Try this. Unplug the laptop. Remove the battery. With no battery or power plugged in, hold the power button 15 seconds. Release. Install battery only. Does it boot up? Do the same thing again, but the second time, try to start it with no battery and the power plugged in only, does it boot then?
  12. You think? So you don't actually know. So instead of posting useful information, you post useless information to waste the OP's time because, once again, you spew your mouth instead of checking anything. Firefox 3.5 offers no such choice. Congratulations. @LordFett: Did you initially install 3.5 on your wife's account? When it used to work, was this with 3.5 or an earlier version? Are the different user accounts all Administrator accounts or are they limited accounts?
  13. jcarle

    No to all

    I used to love XXCOPY. Until I started using a 64-bit operating system. They want to shaft you with the license because you're running 64-bit.
  14. jcarle

    No to all

    Or switch to Windows Vista or Windows 7. No to all has been available since Vista RTM.
  15. I finally added the final piece of networking equipment I wanted to my setup, my new router, so I figured it'd be a good time as any to post my setup. My server doubles as both my Active Directory primary domain controller and my file server. The desktop is mine, laptop is the wife's. The WRT54GS acts solely as an access point since my server does DNS and DHCP and the Netgear router does the rest. I'll post some pictures when I get some time to clean up my cabling.
  16. Set "#dbnavright a" to use "width: 92px" instead of "width: 100px" and Set "#dbnavright ul" to use "margin: 0px" instead of "margin-left: 0px"
  17. You do realise that all current DVD burners allow you to insert media vertically, right? What do you think these tabs are for?
  18. Once you're plugged in using a wire, try checking your Network Binding Order to make sure your wired network card is above your wireless one.
  19. How are you supplying connectivity to clients? Using DSL? DOCSIS? Wireless? Dial-up?
  20. If you look inside your router's configuration pages, specifically in the connection status section, you'll notice that your router is simply the one who's picked up the 192.168.0.x IP address which connects to 192.168.0.1. Also take note, the local gateway in the 192.168.0.x subnet is the DSL modem, not your ISP. DSL modems which give out DHCP assignments are combination DSL modem and routers in one device. Such is the case with almost all SpeedTouch DSL modems for example.
  21. I believe the key word in all of this is Web Proxy. If your web proxy also did caching, then you've likely started sending way more traffic over the wire then your 4MBps connection can support. If things worked well with the web proxy and don't without, I think it's wise that you'd look into setting up a new web proxy instead of upgrading your router.
  22. If you're using a SpeedTouch modem, then you're likely using DSL. In which case, I'd put my chips down on a poor connection from your ISP. Most SpeedTouch modems also act as routers. If you look at your network connection properties, check to see what your network gateway is. Try pinging that. Pinging your public IP should also give you the same results.


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