Hi, in windows xp we can use run as command to perform an administrative task while we logon as a normal user account. My question is: is it possible for us to change an IP address of the computer with secondary log on feature?
Hi, I have manually specify IP address for my cleint running windows xp pro. But once I click ok button to close the property of network connection and go back to its property of an IP again, I found that the option of specify IP change to Obtain IP automatically.
But when I try to open the command prompt and run the command ipconfig /all, I found that the IP address is display as the one I specify before (static IP) but the interface of IP property show that its obtain IP automatically.
Does anyone know what is the cause of the probme? and how to solve it? Thank in advance!!!
i want some help from u people that i am buiding a batch script to lock files and making them undeletable with md5 password protecting but i want an example how to give the output of a command as input of a variable
for md5 it will asks for password and it has to write the hashes in another batch script
so i am asking u people to help me in 1 or two days i will post the code here
i am buiding a batch script to lock files and making them undeletable with md5 password protecting
Yeah, right. You're not going to do this with just a batch file. You have to have some external utilities to do this. Oh, and if your trying to use that little trick where you change the folder/file name to a GUID, forget it. It's easily defeatable.
Yep, I knew it. You're using the "GUID Trick" to "lock" folders. I'm sorry to say that this little trick is easily defeatable. As impressive as your batch file is, you're also wasting your time. I'll give you a hint. The folder isn't really "locked" to everything, only to Explorer.
Hi, I found that when I run my account in a user mode, i found my system run as normal. But when I upgrade my account from normal user to a member of administrator group, I found that my computer is run a little big slower. I'm running windows xp pro. Does anyone know what is the cause of the problem?
i have attached a 200G hard drive externally with my system. there has been a power malfunction in our area. when the power came back, one partition of the external hard drive is shown as a partition of the local system hard drive.
the partition that is being shown as the local drive is not accessible.
i checked the disk from the disk manager, it shows the partition as healty, but it doesn't show any file system.
1. Shut your computer down to prevent any write access to the harddisks.
2. Boot your PC into a recovery system. I usually use Knoppix.
3. Check if parted shows the same problem.
4. If yes: Use recovery tools (like TestDisk and others) to try and recover the original partitioning information on both disks.
4. If no: Reinstall Windows.
Whatever you do, do a full byte-for-byte backup of the drives involved! Use something like DD or ddrescue. That way, you should be able to try different solutions by replaying the backup if one tool fails.
"If it was two men, the non-driver would have challenged the driver to simply crash through the gates. The macho image thing, you know." - Marc Clifton
Hi, I have a problem that my computer running windows xp pro sp3 is missing the LAN connection. I also check the device manager and didn't found the driver of the LAN. I didn't do anything to my system such as configure CMOS or uninstall the device driver from the device manager.
Does anyone has any problem with the above mention issue? Is it cause by the virus or by the hardware?
Thank in advance!!!
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