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FAT64

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  1. I don't think that will work, jrzycrim. The website clearly states "You must have Administrator level access to use this utility." Which is precisely the problem masih has.
  2. That was a silly thing to do! You may have to perform a "repair". Follow the usual sequence to install Windows and about 4-5 screens into the installation, it will detect that you already have Windows installed and ask if you want to repair Windows. Your other User accounts will be safe, your installed applications will be safe. Good Luck! Moral: create a second "admin" account!!
  3. All Users is just a shared folder, not an account.
  4. Here are step-by-step instructions ... http://labmice.techtarget.com/windowsxp/ar...es/changeID.htm
  5. Well, that's the version number in my copy. B)
  6. Have a look at this http://www.lavalys.com/products/overview.p...ang=en&pageid=1
  7. Uninstall your "Prerelease Version of Service Pack 2" first?
  8. http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?hal
  9. Edit: sorry misunderstood the question. Have to think about this one ...
  10. I can recommend 1st Security Agent (or Advanced Security Administrator), it's well worth the money!! Group Policy isn't fully implemented even in XP Pro, it's there more for being part of a Domain.
  11. It should be possible, especially if you have SP2 installed: One feature in the beta release of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) that isn't in the final version was the ability to configure XP to support two simultaneous Remote Desktop sessions. However, you can re-enable this feature with a simple registry edit. 1. Open Registry Editor (Start, Run, regedit). 2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\Licensing Core. 3. Create a new REG_DWORD value named EnableConcurrentSessions. 4. Set the value to 1. 5. Exit the editor. You may have to restart the PC. You'll then have support for two concurrent RDP sessions
  12. No, don't delete services; disable them!!
  13. I'm unable to find that folder (system32\drivers\inf), even when I unhide system folders.
  14. I sit corrected. Any joy, vroom23??
  15. I'm surprised that you can "see" computers within another Workgroup. However, do you have "File and Print Sharing" enabled for all the clients?
  16. No apology needed, red_house.
  17. Not necessarily (a format that is). If you go through the motions of re-installing Windows, about 3-4 screens into the installation it will detect that you already have Windows and ask you if you want to repair it. This will delete the Windows files and copy them back off the CD. Everything else should be OK, your user accounts will be OK and your installed applications will be OK. It's worth a try.
  18. I don't think it's any of those. The services will be DLL files. They will have names in the form of *.dl_ on the CD, you just need to copy them and rename them *.dll. But certainly run sfc /scannow.
  19. If you have an XP CD, surely you can copy them back?
  20. According to this application it can re-install services, does it not work?
  21. Are you sure? Microsoft Works 2005 contains Word 2002, according to the Microsoft website.
  22. My NEC-2500 hasn't let me down yet, I'm upgrading to the Dual Layer version soon (NEC-3500).
  23. Seems odd to be able to delete Windows services, when disabling them produces the same result. Plus you can enable them later if you need to. What is the name of this, quite clearly, dangerous tool??
  24. When you create a Domain Controller (install Active Directory), normal users do not, by default, have the right to logon using the Domain Controller. You need to run the Domain Controller Security Policy tool and allow Authenticated Users the right to logon locally.
  25. Click on Start>Run and inside the text box type "services.msc" and from here you can restart any services you have disabled.


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