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.
The comput... ... middle of paper ... ...lity type “cleanmgr” in the run box from the start menu. Select the drive that you want to clean files from and “OK.” The system will search for files that can be deleted from the system. Click the box next to each option that you want and click “clean up system Files” A system scan will detect errors in the file system. Open up Computer from the start menu. Right click on the drive and select properties.
If Windows is already misbehaving and you can't make a boot floppy, insert your Windows 98 or Windows Me CD-ROM and reboot. Check the boot options section of your system's CMOS setup program to find out whether your PC supports CD-ROM boot-up. To open your CMOS setup program, restart your computer and press Delete, F1, F8, or whatever key your PC tells you to press to enter setup. If your system can boot from its CD-ROM, you'll see the same DOS prompt brought up by the boot floppy; the CD-ROM lacks many of the floppy's DOS utilities, however. Windows boot floppies contain useful DOS troubleshooting utilities, but they lack some of the key files you'll need to get your system up and running.
Windows 95/98 will automatically detect the presence of your network card hardware in your computer. If Windows 95/98 goes immediately to the windows desktop, and does not display a new hardware detected message. Go to my computer > control panel > system > device manager tab > select the network adapter and remove it from the list > restart computer and you should get a windows asking for drivers. Important: When you reboot Windows 95/98 may ask you for the Operating System CD ROM. Please provide them as necessary.
PWDump7.exe will be copied from the downloaded D2L file and pasted into C:WINDOWSsystem32. Once PWDump7.exe has been pasted into C:WINDOWSsystem32, the file will be ran through the command prompt. The command, “pwdump7 >> C:Log.txt” will be entered into the command prompt. This command states that the pwdump7.exe will run and send its output into a file name “Log.txt” on the C drive. The file contents consist of the hashes that make up the Windows XP passwords for this systems users.
What is a virus - computer What is a VIRUS Virus (computer), self-duplicating computer program that interferes with a computer's hardware or operating system (the basic software that runs the computer). Viruses are designed to duplicate or replicate themselves and to avoid detection. Like any other computer program, a virus must be executed for it to function-that is, it must be located in the computer's memory, and the computer must then follow the virus's instructions. These instructions are called the payload of the virus. The payload may disrupt or change data files, display an irrelevant or unwanted message, or cause the operating system to malfunction.
Turn off computer and disconnect the DSL or modem line when you’re not using it. Beware of spam-based phishing schemes—don’t click links in emails or IM. Back up files regularly Store the backups somewhere besides PC. If you fall victim to a Trojan attack, you can recover photos, music, movies, and personal information like tax returns and bank statements. McAfee PC Protection Plus provides essential protection from viruses, spyware, and hackers along with automatic backups of hard drive.
Just before that, the user may interrupt to have access to SETUP. To allow the user to alter the CMOS settings, the BIOS provides a little program, SETUP. Usually, setup can be entered by pressing a special key combination (DEL, ESC, CTRL-ESC, or CRTL-ALT-ESC) at boot time (Some BIOSes allow you to enter setup at any time by pressing CTRL-ALT-ESC). The AMI BIOS is mostly entered by pressing the DEL key after resetting (CTRL-ALT-DEL) or powering up the computer. You can bypass the extended CMOS settings by holding the key down during boot-up.
Also, if a recent version of DirectX isn't installed, some Matrox PowerDesk features may not be available. We provide DirectX on the Matrox CD-ROM. The latest DirectX is available from the Microsoft Web site, and is included with many DirectX programs. IMPORTANT: If the DirectX setup program prompts you to replace the existing display drivers, click "No". Otherwise, the setup program installs display drivers which are not as optimized as the Matrox drivers and which do not support PowerDesk software.
Edit the wattcp.cfg and add in a unique IP Address for each boot disk. (Usually IP Addresses would have been set up earlier for the specific use of identifying ghost client PCs) Ghosting Client PCs 1. Load up the PC which will act as the Ghost Server with the Server Boot Disk and load dosghsrv.exe from the DOS command prompt. 2. Type in a Session Name and select the Image File from the disk images directory on the network.