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StateS

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  1. there is a newer version of qemu y'know, but all and all, it's a good tutorial
  2. Ok I found a free solution for backing up your harddrives, and yes, you can backup NTFS partitions and write to NTFS partitions with this one. It's smaller than SysRescCD but in my opinion it is better. Here it is: http://www.inside-security.de/insert_en.html Here is the command that I used to backup my partition: boot: insert lang=en 2 (this will start the linux live cd in text mode and it will use an english keyboard) mkdir /mnt/storage (create the directory storage in the directory /mnt) fdisk -l (this will list all of the partitions that you have available) ntfs-3g /dev/sda5 /mnt/storage (
  3. yeah... I've heard of it... (linux-ntfs) the problem is that I don't really have the time or patience to modify the sysresccd to include that package... I got around to backing up my HD anyway, it's just that I had to back it up to an extra drive I had lying around here... Kind of annoying that I have to switch drives just to backup another... oh well... ... ... Just had a brain storm... SysRescCD has the freedos distro... does freedos include NTFS support? If it does than I can just make a boot disk or something with freedos and partition saving... I think...
  4. This is actually the old SavePart [save Partition] renamed to Partition Saving [very cool tool, BTW].Please note that the actual server is located at: http://damien.guibouret.free.fr/ - English [frames]: http://damien.guibouret.free.fr/en/index_frame.html - English [no frames]: http://damien.guibouret.free.fr/en/index.html - French [frames]: http://damien.guibouret.free.fr/fr/index_frame.html - French [no frames]: http://damien.guibouret.free.fr/fr/index.html partition-saving.com is only a fake redirector, not a real domain name, resolves to damien.guibouret.free.fr . HTH eh... It's the way t
  5. Here's another free disk imaging program... http://www.partition-saving.com/
  6. You could always use Qemu, with the KQemu acclerator which is open source and leaves even less footprints than Virtual PC. And if you don't like using command line tools you could always use QemuManager, which is a great windows frontend for Qemu. But anyway besides Qemu I also use the VMware player (along with VMmanager to generate the needed files to get started with the installation of a virtual machine in VMware player ) just to compare one with the other. Plus Qemu supports not just the x86 architecture but the x86_64, ARM, SPARC, SPARC64, PowerPC, PowerPC64, MIPS, m68k, and SH-4 each up
  7. I personally use Qemu (with the QemuManager frontend of course), I like it because it's fast, relatively small, and Open Source. What about you guys?
  8. OK then Well, yeah, the idea was to make the autopatcher installation smaller (basically this is the only fact that people complain about , although I think that the file size is alright, of course this is just my opinion...). If there is some sort of software that can detect which files (and registry entries if possible) are being installed on your computer in real time it would be easy to know which files are needed and which ones aren't... I think... Of course I'm not sure if the Internet Explorer installation installs certain files in certain situations or not... Or any other installation
  9. I was about to ask something stupid... disregard this post... How do you delete posts here anyway?
  10. or you could make all of those extras just that... extras. If I recall correctly you can use extra modules with Autopatcher (the official ones for Windows 2000, XP, and 2003). Maybe you could add this type of support for this Autopatcher as well. I'm sure that everyone would be happy with that. Or you could just add all extras to a separate pack, Autopatcher Extra or something like that The difference between the extra modules and this idea is that this would be an all-in-one pack instead of separate modules for each extra. Just an idea though...
  11. well... sounds good enough for me. I'm not that advanced as to use the firewall to it's full capacity anyway I just hope that their antivirus stays up to date...
  12. Alright... I just only heard about these tools right now, and only because it was mentioned in a forum that I go to... It seems that this company, Comodo, has a series of internet security tools that they offer for free... I don't know if these tools are safe or not, or if they are any good... So... I was wondering if i could get some testimonials from some of the users from this forum. Has anyone ever used these tools? Mainly the Antivirus and FireWall. Are they any good?
  13. very nice. Exactly what I was looking for. especially this: http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page which includes all of the files that I would need to do a full system restore
  14. StateS

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    is the windows me driver kit the same as the windows 98 driver kit?
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