If you experience problems when you are trying to install Windows Memory Diagnostic, either be sure to run Mtinst.exe from your local computer, or review your security settings and the documentation included in your version of Windows. 3. Do either of the following: o Click Create Startup Disk to install Windows Memory Diagnostic on a floppy disk. 1. Select the floppy disk drive that you want to use from the list provided.
Manually Specified Ghost Multicast – Using this method you have to manually assign unique IP addresses for the Client PCs by using and configuring the wattcp.cfg file located on each Clients’ boot disk. Automatically Specified Ghost Multicast – This second method is by using Windows NT to automatically assign IP addresses to the Client PCs by the use of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, or DHCP, included in Windows NT ver. 4.00. Manually Specified Ghost Multicasting: Setting Up Ghost Server Disk 1. Prepare a boot disk that includes and loads the necessary network drivers and maps the disk images directory from the network.
The first exercise was to create a custom console. First, mmc needed to be opened. From there I added the Removable Storage Management snap-in on my local computer and saved it. Next, I added the same snap-in on my partners’ computer. By adding this snap-in you can perform remote administration to a networked computer, rather than being in front of the computer.
- Windows XP will be running on a virtual machine. - VMware Player is the virtual machine player that Windows 2000 Pro and XP will be running on. - An HP laptop computer running Windows 8.1 will be used to operate VMware Player, which is then used to run John the Ripper on Windows XP. Procedures and Results PWDump7 will first be used to acquire the hashes that make up user account passwords on a Windows XP system. PWDump7.exe will be copied from the downloaded D2L file and pasted into C:WINDOWSsystem32.
Windows comes with a built in program to connect to other computers called telnet. To start Windows telnet Start menu> Run> type Telnet. Click connect> remote system Ports are doors into computers. Hosts are computer names (ip number or a name that is translated into the ip automatically) Different programs open different ports, but they always open the same ports so other computers know which port to connect to. You can get a port list listing all the different ports, but a basic one is: 11 :- Sends info on the computer 21 :- FTP (File transfer program) 23 :- Telnet (Login to the computers command line) 25 :- Smtp (Sends mail) 80 :- Http (Web pages) There are thousands of different programs using different ports.
At the command prompt, type: scandisk /all /surface 2. Press ENTER. Using Windows Registry Checker ------------------------------ If you are still unable to start Windows ME in Safe Mode, run the Windows Registry Checker (Scanreg.exe) tool, as there may be a problem with the system registry. To start the Windows Registry Checker: 1. At the command prompt, type: scanreg /restore 2.
Right click on the drive and select properties. Open the tools tab and click on check now. The drive that contains the operating system can’t be scanned and fixed completely. Uncheck the box next to “Automatically fix file system errors.” The system will be scanned but not all errors will be fixed. If you want to scan and fix all system errors leave the box checked and click “Ok.” You will be asked if you want to schedule a scan on the next startup.
The POST will test memory, video, fixed disks and CPU (central processing unit) for compatibility and to see if they function properly. Programs are started from ROM (read only memory) stored on the computer’s main board. The BIOS (basic input / output system) loads into the system’s memory and will access programs on disk drives or fixed disks. The operating system will be loaded from a disk drive or solid state drive using the Windows boot manager. The Operating system will continue the startup process with the Windows boot loader during a normal startup.
Reconnect the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and any other cables that you disconnected earlier. Then reconnect the power cord to the PC and plug it in an outlet. Turn on your PC. When the computer powers up, it will automatically count the memory present and show it onscreen. Check that the number is correct.
There should be an entry for eth0. If so run this command "dhcpcd eth0" that will request an ip address from the router. If you don't see anything with ifconfig try "ifconfig -a" if there is no ethx entry then the network card did get the correct driver loaded at boot. You will have to look up what kind of network card you have and find the appropriate module (driver) and load it using the modprobe command. I had to do this myself "modprobe pcnet32" to load the correct driver.