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  1. A basic explaination of Interleaved memory is, the memory on the motherboard is accessed as if it is one large block of memory e.g. the 2 RAM modules act like they are 1 RAM module. This reduces acess times and gives an overall speed boost. Look at these for more info Site 1 Site 2 Site 3 Tech Info on RAM
  2. I was disappointed myself. Was a bit corny at times and down right laughable at others
  3. how are you running the setup. is it an unattended insatll or are you just insatlling it straight from a purchasedf cd? if you have created an unattended install, you can add the wpi.hta call to the winnt.sif in the RunOnce section, or add it to your run once cmd file Winnt.sif File Run Once Cmd File
  4. create an icon follwoing the info in this site. must be called favicon add the icon to the root of the web directory (beside index.html etc) add the belwo code to the <head> part of the web pages <link rel="shortcut icon" href="favicon.ico"> <link rel="icon" href="favicon.ico"> For creating icons you can use GIMP for Windows (or GIMP on *nix) IcoFX - Windows Software (pretty good)
  5. Python Tutorials Page 1 Page 2 Image related Downloadable Guide Page 3 As stated before I have learned alot of languages by teaching myself and think python is great. It doesnt have as many constraints on variables etc, is easier to write and debug and is extremely modular. It teaches good programmng from the outset because it encourages code thats easily readable and is also OOP if you really get working on it. Its a good language to show the basics of programming, allowing alot of functionality, without worrying about the lower level system calls etc and how they are implemented. After starting with this the cross-over to C or C++ (hence Java, and .Net are also included here) is alot easier. I dont like VB because its slow, and requires DLL's to make the program function correctly. This added with learning a language that is not cross-compatible. Like learning C++ and only learning MFC or WTL. you learn to program on a single platform but cant transfer the programs easily to another platform. Python, C, C++, Java and .Net (with the help of Mono) can be used on any platfrom.
  6. Actually Python is a great language to learn from Its open source its cross-platform its has a rapid development time its got alot of fuctionality its got alot of users (with alot of easily accessable code). Can be extended with C/C++ (or Java or .NET) when the user knows how to progranm correctly (or just download an extention by someone else) It may not be good for programming games but it is a great place to start. Ive started with BASIC and learned a few more languages (teaching myself). Im only starting to learn Python myself but i find it great to use. There is alot of documentation available for it too. Also Basic and Pascal (in my opinion) are not very good to learn as a first language, they were the first two i started with but require alot of code to do a simple task
  7. I consider myself a geek, because i wasnt good at school but am good at technology. That being said my friends tell me im only a geek cause nerds have pocket protectors and i dont
  8. give us an example of code that doesnt work. in php you must have <?php before any code otherwise it wont recognise it as php information. Also are you creating a page dynaically using the php? e.g. are you trying to create a standard page using php scripting <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> ...... in php this would be <?php echo '<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">' echo '\r\n<html>\r\n<head>\r\n' .... ?> or <?php print "<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN\" \"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd\">" print "\r\n<html>\r\n<head>\r\n" .... ?> echo and print are interchangable in this application, and in the second one ive used only double quotes and \" for any internate double quotes for the printed string.
  9. For those who use this EXE Packer, Version 3.00 has been released. Here Some of the new features (since the previous stable relaese V2.03) include Sorry if its a repost, couldnt find it when i ran a search.
  10. dont mean to burst your bubble. Information of this software was already posted on the forum.
  11. Look here for kernel info it shouldnt take too long if the image is the same. Process. Copy the ntoskrnl.exe to another folder for editing (or copy the ntoskrnl.ex_ from the i386 folder of your unatended disk and expand it) 1) Open resource editor (like reshacker) 2) open kernel file 3) click on bitmaps->1->1033 4) Richt click and select replace 5) select the bitmap to use and save 6) run modifype and makecab (as in Unattended Guide) 7) Add to your i386 folder for your disk if running on current machine rename the kernel OEMkrnl.exe and place in the system32 folder edit the boot ini file. (like method 1 in the first link)
  12. I use Virtual PC and Virtual Box Virtuial PC works fine but can be a bit slow on lading the information etc. Virtual Box works faster, but i still havent gotten drag&drop to work or been able to connect a usb device to it. Both have their benefits, but it also helps to run an isop etc in 2 virtual machines to check it. I have used qemu befoe as well and found its ok (its used by the guys in Winbuilder for testing their Win Live/ Win PE disks)
  13. use a utility like Regshot or installrite/installwatch to monitor the reg keys added
  14. change the Nod32.exe /SILENTMODE to start /wait Nod32.exe /SILENTMODE then retry
  15. ntoskrnl.exe would be the file to edit for the boot image (If im not mistaken) ntkrnlpa.exe - Bitmap 1 ntkrnlmp.exe - Bitmap 1 ntoskrnl.exe - Bitmap 1 This will edit the boot image for single and multi-processor machines
  16. ill answer the question now, but in future try searching the forum. This question is asked alot. copy winntbbu.dl_ to somewhere other than where the cd files are stored( eg. d:\winntbbu.dl_). copy modifype.exe to the same directory (unless its already in your system32 directory) open a command window and navigate to the drive type expand winntbbu.dl_ winntbbu.dll use reshacker or another resource editor to open the file for editing replace the picture (bitmap 103) with the one you want. (restrict to 8 bit or 16 bit colours to stop errors) close resource editor. in command prompt type modifype winntbbu.dll -c makecab /D CompressionType=LZX /D CompressionMemory=21 winntbbu.dll copy winntbbu.dl_ to i386 directory.
  17. Thanks Patches Didnt realise i forgot to fix his original error (just copied and pasted the code) Like IceMan says svcpack calls the programs from the system or system32 directory. By using a directory like the one i suggested above it means the apps install from cd and dont need to be copied to the hard drive at all. Either way its just a personal preference. e.g. my way CD Layout I386 Install |_(Apps) ........ using svcpack alone i386 |_SVCPACK |__(Apps) ou can fix the problem by adding the apps into the svcpack folder on the disk, or do as i said above and add them to the Install folder onm the disk, making the changes to the apps.bat to make the installers run from the cd.
  18. yes. it cancels the effect of the extra EM. its only needed close to the connector to cancel at the last minute so the EM isnt added to the siganl at the computer etc. You will also find that usually only long cables have these "extra" bits, as the lenght of the cable directly effets the amount of EM and signals from other sources.
  19. the only other problem i could see is that you dont have the exe's in the correct path. so create a folder on the disk for install, then @echo off title Batch File Applications Installer for %%i in (c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z) do if exist %%i:\win51ip.SP2 set CDROM=%%i: SET InstallPath=%CDROM%\Install echo. echo Begin Installation: echo. echo Mozilla Firefox 2 echo Please wait... start "Firefox" /wait "%InstallPath%\Firefox Setup" /S echo. echo Adobe Reader 8 echo Please wait... start "Adobe Reader" /wait "%InstallPath%\AdbeRdr80_en_US.exe" /sAll echo Deleting Desktop Shortcut DEL "&ALLUSERSPROFILE&\Desktop\Adobe Reader 8.Ink" echo. echo WinSCP echo Please wait... start "WinSCP" /wait "%InstallPath%\winscp382setup.exe" /sp- /silent /norestart echo. echo Putty echo Please wait... copy %InstallPath%\putty.exe "&ALLUSERSPROFILE&\Desktop\" echo. echo Installation Finished echo. echo Restarting in 60 seconds shutdown.exe /r /f /t:60 /c "Restarting to finish application installation" exit
  20. Just an addition. They are only used on cheaper cable (e.g. non-shielded) to stop outside interference with the data on the cable, if shielded cable was used the magnets would no longer be required
  21. just as a matter of intrest, if your using wpi, why are you using start /wait %installpath%\winrar.exe /s WPI allows you to add the program as a selecteable product. the above code deosnt use WPI, it installs winrar no matter what.
  22. you will have to give us an example of the code you added to the svcpacl.inf file, not just a description. Your problem could lie in the way you call the installer
  23. firstly if you were doing that it would be start winrar.exe /s not start winrar.exe \s Secondly, using InstallRite its easy to create a silent install. you install the Installrite exe then tell it to monitor the installation of the winrar.exe. then click through the installation. At the end installrite will create a single exe the you call with winrar.exe /s
  24. at jcarle, look at the first link in my post *lol*
  25. this is set up with subdomains. I have never configured them but here are some links that might help Apache Site Easy Explaination from cross referencing I think this is what you need in httpd.conf <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName thempire.sytes.net DocumentRoot /www </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName thedugg.sytes.net/ DocumentRoot /www/thedugg </VirtualHost> so the main site is in thge www directory, and thedugg is in www/thedugg as a sub folder

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