Jun 18, 2004 - Windows XP    32 Comments

STOP 0x0000009C MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION Error Message in Windows XP

This behavior occurs because your computer processor detected an unrecoverable hardware error and reported it to Windows XP. To do so, it used the Machine Check Exception (MCE) feature of Pentium processors or the Machine Check Architecture (MCA) feature of some Pentium Pro processors. The error may be a result of any of the following:
System bus errors.
Memory errors that may include parity or Error Correction Code (ECC) problems.
Cache errors in the processor or hardware.
Translation Lookaside Buffers (TLB) errors in the processor.
Other CPU-vendor specific detected hardware problems.
Vendor-specific detected hardware problems.
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Jun 18, 2004 - Windows XP    2 Comments

STOP 0x00000074 BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO Error Message in Windows XP

Normally caused by having one or more RAM sticks that are either damaged or not placed into the computer correctly. turn off the computer and double check the RAM seating. If the memory is seated correctly, it could be that you have a bad DIMM. Try swapping out the DIMMs one at a time.
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Jun 18, 2004 - Windows XP    1 Comment

STOP 0x00000073 CONFIG_LIST_FAILED Error Message in Windows XP

One of the core Windows system hives (the SAM hive, the SECURITY hive, the SOFTWARE hive, or the DEFAULT hive) cannot be linked in the Windows registry. However, this error does not mean that the hive is damaged or that it was not loaded successfully.
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Jun 18, 2004 - General    No Comments

How to Configure Internet Explorer to Have More Than Two Download Sessions

To comply with current Internet standards (Request for Comments 2068), Internet Explorer limits the number of simultaneous downloads to two downloads, plus one queued download. This configuration is a function of the browser. However, as connection speeds increase, and the number of total connections that are allowed to Internet servers increase, the two-connection limit may be restrictive. To increase the number of simultaneous connections that are allowed to 10, follow these steps:
Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
Locate the following key in the registry:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet Settings

on the Edit menu, click Add Value, and then add the following registry values:
“MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server”=Dword:0000000a
“MaxConnectionsPerServer”=Dword:0000000a

Quit Registry Editor.

Jun 18, 2004 - Networking    No Comments

Windows XP access to Linux Samba Shares

To allow Windows XP to access samba shares on a linux samba server, the Windows XP user/password needs to have been enabled in samba with the same user/password. This is configured under the Password Tab in Samba Swat. First Add New User and enter the user/password. And then Enable User. If despite having the same user/password pair and Windows XP fails to authenticate automatically with the samba server share, then check in Windows XP if it is providing the correct user/password for authentication. If the Windows XP user account was modified since creation, Windows XP might be using the original user name instead of the displayed user name , resulting in a failure to authenticate. The user name at the logon screen in Windows XP probably does not match the user name that is used to authenticate to the samba share. Unfortunately, in Windows XP, the only way to fix this is to create another user and migrate all the files of the current user to the new account.
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Jun 18, 2004 - General    No Comments

Try the worlds best software systems

The site below was created to give you the opportunity to “try out” some of the best open source and free php/mysql based software systems in the world. Such as the best salon and spa software. You can log in as the administrator to any site here, thus allowing you to decide which system best suits your needs.Each system is deleted and reinstalled every two hours. This allows you to be the administrator of any system here without fear of messing anything up.
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Jun 17, 2004 - General    No Comments

Stop 0x000000D1 Error Message When You Turn Your Computer Off

Stop 0x000000D1 Error Message When You Turn Your Computer Off
When you shut down your computer that has one or more universal serial bus (USB) devices attached to it, you may receive the following error message on a blue screen:
Stop 0x000000D1 (0x00000040, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xfc96a9dc)
This problem may occur because the OHCI endpoint is unable to find the transfer descriptor in the list.

Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

HOW TO: Create a Mirrored Volume in Windows XP

This step-by-step article describes how to create a mirrored volume on a remote Windows 2000 Server-based computer by using the Disk Management snap-in in Microsoft Windows XP. You can use the Disk Management snap-in to create a mirrored volume from unallocated disk space on a dynamic disk, or mirror an existing simple volume on a dynamic disk.
A mirrored volume, also known as a RAID-1 volume, is a fault-tolerant volume that duplicates data on two different physical disks. Mirrored volumes are supported on dynamic disks, and provide data redundancy by using two identical copies (mirrors) of the volume.
You cannot create mirrored volumes on computers that are running Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional or Windows XP 64-Bit Edition. However, you can use a computer that is running Windows XP Professional to create mirrored volumes on remote computers that are running Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, or Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. You must have administrative privileges on the remote computer to do this.
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Jun 17, 2004 - General    No Comments

Windows Logo Key

The Windows logo key, located in the bottom row of most computer keyboards is a little-used treasure. Don’t ignore it. It is the shortcut anchor for the following commands:
Windows: Display the Start menu
Windows D: Minimize or restore all windows
Windows E: Display Windows Explorer
Windows F: Display Search for files
Windows Ctrl F: Display Search for computer
Windows F1: Display Help and Support Center
Windows R: Display Run dialog box
Windows break: Display System Properties dialog box
Windows shift M: Undo minimize all windows
Windows L: Lock the workstation
Windows U: Open Utility Manager

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