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uid0

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  1. Could you not scale it to double the resolution, move it 1 pixel, then sample it back down to the original size?
  2. imdisk is free: http://www.ltr-data.se/opencode.html/
  3. fix_hdc should work: http://www.911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=20464 I think it's in ubcd4win, which might be easier than building your own bartpe and maybe integrating mass storage drivers: http://www.ubcd4win.com/
  4. dhcp can give out dns server addresses, although you might want to run something supported if it's online...
  5. I think you'd need to add the drivers into your PE with dism
  6. Eh? Raid 5 copes with the loss of a single disk, and the data remains available for read/write, just at increased risk. If the raid card can't rebuild the array while it's up, it's not a very good one.
  7. What are the IP addresses and netmasks? If B is doing NAT but C has a routable address then you might be able to connect to it, but if A is doing NAT then you're probably out of luck...
  8. Just open it with a text editor, and if you can't figure it out, post it here?
  9. If you don't have a win pe / bartpe disk, you could try autoruns and process explorer - some malware prevents these running based on their filename, so try renaming them if they fail to launch. Good luck!
  10. It depends on how clever your nat router is - some will know to open related ports, but with consumer grade kit you usually have to open ports for torrents and xbox etc, if not using uPnP. Please do link to the win8 pdf - I'd like to know what /GS is. Cheers
  11. Can you run a VM with a 2nd IP address instead?
  12. There could be wake-on-lan options in the network card driver, or in the bios. Sometimes they get creative with the descriptions, like PME (Power Management Events) or "deep sleep". Or there is always the wall switch...
  13. How would link aggregation help? If you have managed switches then you could look at the error rates, otherwise I'd try to isolate which switches / host nics / cables are involved, and try replacing them.
  14. uid0

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    @echo off setlocal enableextensions enabledelayedexpansion cd /d "%~dp0" for /f "usebackq delims=" %%a in (`dir /a-d /od /b *`) do ( set file=%%a if not "!file!" == "%~n0%~x0" ( echo !file! if /I "!file:~-4!" == ".msu" ( start /w wusa %%a /quiet /norestart ) else if /I "!file!" == "rvkroots.exe" ( start /w %%a /q ) else if /I "!file:~-4!" == ".exe" ( start /w %%a /q /n /z ) else ( echo Not sure what to do with "!file!" ) ) ) pause
  15. That's not a goal. Are you trying to back up locked files, or just experimenting with corruption?
  16. Feb 2013 is (tabloid scaremongering) for sp0, win7 has mainstream support until Jan 2015 and extended until 2020: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/products/lifecycle
  17. If you allow yourself to use freeware third party tools, then you can make a bootable copy of a running OS from xp onwards: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/adioltean/archive/2006/09/18/761515.aspx This doesn't handle junctions though, one day I'll try strarc instead of robocopy. I have boxes that copy themselves to iscsi lvm partitions, then in a disaster I can boot the copies in kvm.
  18. In BartPE we used to use nistime or neutron or synctime
  19. Now now, the full quote was </devil_advocacy>
  20. Its not losing the network access. I have already tried that with linking the network shared and then do a sleep for x seconds. But that doesnt make any difference. Something like this, after running dpinst? :check if not exist %~dp0nul ping -n 1 127.0.0.1 & goto :check Alternatively, you could try copying anything you need from z: to %temp% before running dpinst, because I still reckon that's bouncing your network.
  21. A source control package will only help you share access to source code - if GNS3.exe is a third party app with no source, you're out of luck.
  22. Is it losing network access temporarily? You could test for e.g. if exist z:\nul then sleep for a few seconds and retry. I guess if dpinst swaps your network drivers then that would take it down for a bit.
  23. Does your winnt.sif have [Unattended] OemPreinstall = Yes?
  24. Thunderbird can send both html and plain text in the same email, which would probably suit everyone. If you send your text in a jpg, they will almost certainly smell spiced pork and ham.

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