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Windows Mobile – My Mobile August 29, 2009

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Windows Mobile – My Mobile
MyMobiler v1.23 $06/15/2008$ – FREEWARE

  • View your mobile screen on your desktop.
  • Control your mobile by using desktop keyboard and mouse.
  • Copy/Cut/Paste text between mobile and desktop.
  • Capture mobile screen.
  • Drag and drop files to your mobile.
  • Support ActiveSync / IP Connection
  • Support Mobile Explorer (File Browse)

Installing and Configuring WebDAV on IIS 7.0 : WebDAV for IIS 7.0 : Publishing Content to Web Sites August 27, 2009

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Installing and Configuring WebDAV on IIS 7.0 : WebDAV for IIS 7.0 : Publishing Content to Web Sites
Microsoft released a new WebDAV extension module that was completely rewritten for Internet Information Services 7.0 (IIS 7.0) on Windows Server® 2008. This new WebDAV extension module incorporated many new features that enable web authors to publish content better than before, and offers web administrators more security and configuration options. Microsoft has released an update to the WebDAV extension module for Windows Server® 2008 that provides shared and exclusive locks support to prevent lost updates due to overwrites.This document walks you through adding WebDAV publishing to an existing web site using the new WebDAV user interface and by directly editing the IIS configuration files.

How to Extend the Active Directory Schema Using ExtADSch.exe August 27, 2009

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How to Extend the Active Directory Schema Using ExtADSch.exe
Topic last updated—May 2008 You can extend the Active Directory schema by running the ExtADSch.exe file located in the SMSSETUP\BIN\I386 folder on the Configuration Manager 2007 installation media. The ExtADSch.exe file does not display output when it runs; however, it does generate a log file in the root of the system drive called extadsch.log, which will indicate whether the schema update completed successfully or any problems were encountered while extending the schema

Starting Acronis Product from USB Flash Drive | Knowledge Base August 26, 2009

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Starting Acronis Product from USB Flash Drive | Knowledge Base
Starting Acronis Product from USB Flash DriveCreated

You can start an Acronis product from a USB flash drive, if the USB flash drive is formatted as removable media

Solved Installing video driver for Intel 855 Centrino Chipset – Page 6 – Windows 7 Forums August 22, 2009

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Solved Installing video driver for Intel 855 Centrino Chipset – Page 6 – Windows 7 Forums
Installing video driver for Intel 855 Centrino Chipset

hi frnds i tried this way but i cant get it .after trying so much i got 100% result.thatis after installing installing w7 u get stander vga drivers then u directly install only[only] this driver [by going through computer managment>device manager>display adapters>properties>update driver>locate this drivers on hard drive after unziping .]and reboot after installation is completed.

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2.drag cmd prompt on to the desktop . start run as adminitrator >type Bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON
3.u can check in dxdiag>display for conformation

OK. I finally have this working on my dell 700m after using a mix of this solution and another that I tried with the beta build and got BSOD. Turn off integrity checks as described in step 2 above then download the drivers. Reboot in safe mode and install the drivers as decribed above. Click the "Scan for hardware changes" button at the top of the device manager and let it whirr away until it gives you a dialogue box saying the 855 drivers are ready to use. Reboot.

When you reboot the screen will display as before in VGA mode, but when you log in the new drivers will be detected and installed. The screen will go black. Reboot when the hard disk has become idle. You should now be running with the intel drivers. If you right click on the desktop and click screen relolution, then click advanced settings and then list all modes, you should be able to change to 1280×800 32bit true colour mode.

Restore Site Map/Diagram in Dreamweaver CS4 August 18, 2009

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Adobe Forums: Site Map/Diagram in Dreamweaver CS4?
Here are the instructions Heiko gave me via email for unhiding the sitemap tool in Dreamweaver CS4;

The Site Map feature has been removed in Dreamweaver CS4 by making it invisible.

You can let the Site Map reappear by tweaking preference settings of Dreamweaver CS4.

Mac:

1. Go to your user folder > Library > Preferences 2. Open “Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Prefs” in a Texteditor 3. Search for sitemap 4. Replace FALSE with TRUE 5. Save the file, restart DW

Windows:

1. Click on start

2. Select Run

3. Type regedit and click ok

   -> the registry opens now

4. Select HKEY_CURRANT_USER > Software > Adobe > Dreamweaver CS4 > Feature Management 5. In the right part of the window double click on Site map 6. Set Site map to True

    -> When you now start DW the site map is enabled again

 

Please note that the feature is no longer supported by Dreamweaver. So please use the functionality with caution and care.

We are working on alternatives for the Dreamweaver’s Site Map feature for upcoming releases.

Download IsoBuster: CD Data Recovery software also featuring DVD, BD and HD DVD file data rescue August 18, 2009

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Download IsoBuster: CD Data Recovery software also featuring DVD, BD and HD DVD file data rescue
IsoBuster – Featuring All languages

– All up to date language plug-ins (see here)
– A multi-language installation wizard
– An English Help file

A download of approximately 4.5 MB
Choose one of these locations to download from (see blue download links): Use a mirror location if the previous link didn’t work and report the error.

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Talking about Detailed how to for Windows XP PPPoE – dslreports.com August 18, 2009

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Detailed how to for Windows XP PPPoE – dslreports.com
Detailed how to for Windows XP PPPoE1

1) Go to "Start" -> "Control Panel"
2) Click on "Network & Internet Connections"
3) Click on "Network Connections"
4) Click on "Create a new Connection"
5) Click "Next"
6) Check off "Connect to the Internet" -> Click "Next"
7) Check off "Set up my connection manually" -> Click "Next"
8) Check off "Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password" -> Click Next
9) Type in your ISP’s name -> Click "Next"
10) Enter your userid as provided by your ISP.

Note: you may need to include your ISP’s domain as part of your userid. Example: For Verizon customers it would be userid@verizon.net.

11) Enter your password as provided by your ISP, enter it a second time to confirm -> Check off "Use this account name" -> Check off "Make this the default internet connection" -> Click "Next"
12) Check off "Add a shortcut to this connection to your desktop" -: Click "Next"
13) Click "Connect"
14) Surf away!

Note: There have been many cases where Step 9 does not work for people. The Username and Password option is grayed out. At Step 8 click on the Dial-up option and fill that out then start over.

TheElderGeek- Slipstreamed Windows XP CD Using SP2 August 18, 2009

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Slipstreamed Windows XP CD Using SP2
Slipstreamed Windows XP CD Using SP2Whenever a new version of a service pack for XP is released I always run it through the slipstreaming procedure to see if everything works as expected. Service Pack 2 (SP2) is the latest release so it was time for another round of testing. For those of you that have a copy of SP2 and want to give it a try the procedure I used is presented below. I experienced absolutely no problems with the procedure based on an original Gold Edition XP Professional CD. The slipstreamed CD booted and installed perfectly to a freshly formatted hard drive.

Known Windows XP SP2 CD Labels (Windows XP) – TACKtech Corp. August 18, 2009

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Known Windows XP SP2 CD Labels (Windows XP) – TACKtech Corp.
This list will be updated as additional information becomes available.If you find any errors or have additional Windows XP CD Labels,

CCP Compliance Checking Program (Upgrade Version)
EVL Evaluation Version
FPP Full Packaged Product (Retail Version)
MPC Microsoft Product Code
OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer
RTM Release To Manufacturing
SEL Select (License for 250 or more PCs)
VLK Volume License (Product) Key
VOL Volume (License)
English Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Retail ARMPXFPP_EN
English Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Upgrade ARMPXCCP_EN
English Windows XP Professional x64 Edition OEM ARMPXOEM_EN
English Windows XP Professional x64 Edition VLK/Corporate/Volume ARMPXVOL_EN
       
English Windows XP Professional (SP2) Reinstallation CD
from Dell (pn:JD153)

Dell Part Number for CD with booklet: 0JD188 REV 00

XP2_PRO_ENG
English Windows XP Professional (SP2) Reinstallation CD
from Dell (pn:om150)
XP2_PRO_ENG
English Windows XP Home (SP2) Reinstallation CD
from Dell (pn:7K404)
XP2_PER_ENG
English Windows XP Home (SP2) Reinstallation CD
from Dell (pn:JD161)
XP_HOME_SP2
English Windows XP Home (SP2) OEM
from Medion AG
HOME_ENU_SP2
English Windows XP Professional (SP2) OEM
from Dell Inspiron 5150 (P/N U5183)
SP2_PRO_RTM
English Windows XP Professional (SP2) OEM
Requires booting from HP Restore Plus! CD (model dependent)
WINXPSP2_US
English Windows XP Professional (SP2) SEL
From Microsoft partner’s program back in 2001.
Now called Microsoft Action Pack Subscription (Maps).
For more information on this visit the
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X2PVOL_EN
       
English 55274 Windows XP Professional (SP2) Retail VRMPFPP_EN
English 55277 Windows XP Home (SP2) Retail VRMHFPP_EN
English 55276 Windows XP Professional (SP2) Upgrade VRMPCCP_EN
English 55285 Windows XP Home (SP2) Upgrade VRMHCCP_EN
English 76487 Windows XP Professional (SP2) OEM VRMPOEM_EN
English 76477 Windows XP Home (SP2) OEM VRMHOEM_EN
English 76487 Windows XP Professional (SP2) VLK/Corporate/Volume VRMPVOL_EN
English Windows XP Professional (SP2) MSDN VRMPFPP_EN