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Reset Password Admin Windows 7



















1) pertama sekali masukkan cd windows 7, kemudian masuk dalam bios set kan 1st boot dvd-room



restart komputer, boot dvd. kemudian klik repair computer. Dot kan Use Recovery Tool kemudian tekan OS dan tekan next. Os drive tidak dalam C: contoh di bawah D:











2)di next paparan tekan "Command and Prompt" kemudian di coomand window taip "regedit" (tanpa quotes) dan tekan enter.















3)setelah paparan Registry editor window keluar, tekan Hkey_Local_Machine kemudian di atas, tekan "file" menu pilih "Load Hive"















4)di dalam "LOad Hive" window buka (cth dibawah) LocalDisk D:\Windows\System32\Config\SYSTEM dan klik "open"



















5)dalam "Load Hive", "Key Name" dalam kotak, taip key yg baru, cth: 123(ape saje yang anda suke) dan klik ok















6)di kiri panel regidtry editor window tekan "+" untuk buka folder. tekan "+" Hkey_Local_Machine kemudian tekan "+" pada folder 123 dan tekan "setup"











7)di sebelah kanan panel tekan right klik pada "setup Type" dan pilih "Modify", kemudian set kan "Value data" kepada "2" dan tekan ok



















8)sekali lagi di panel sebelah kanan right klik pada "CmdLine" pilih "Modify" dan set kan " Value Data" kepada "cmd.exe" dan tekan ok.











9)Tutup Registry Editor "file" menu tekan "exit". kemudian di command window taip sekali lagi "regedit" dan tekan enter.







10)di Registry Editor tekan "+" untuk buka Hkey_Local_Machine dan tekan pada folder "123" spt cth dibawah. kemudian tekan "file" pilih "Unload Hive" dan tekan yes untuk "are You Sure......."



















11)tutup registry editor "File" menu dan tekan "exit", kemudian command window taip "exit" dan tekan enter, kemudian keluarkan cd windows dan restart komputer.











12)Setelah komputer restart, command prompt akan keluar taip "net user " contoh di bawah: ( net user "Bare Foot Kid" test6) nota: jika anda mempunyai username yang menggunakan space bar, anda hendaklah menggunakan " " quotes di username tersebut.



bila keluar "command succesfully" taip "exit" dan tekan enter, di screen logon, gunakan password yang telah dipilih tadi.







enjoy.. :)

How to Install and Setup Windows XP Mode in Windows 7

How to Install and Setup Windows XP Mode in Windows 7

information Information
Windows XP Mode for Windows 7 makes it easy to install and run your applications for Windows XP 32-bit directly from your Windows 7 32-bit or 64-bit based PC. It utilizes virtualization technology such as Windows Virtual PC to provide a Virtual Windows XP environment for Windows 7. Windows XP Mode provides Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate users the flexibility to run many older productivity applications in a virtual Windows XP environment on a Windows 7-based PC.

UPDATE: Windows XP Mode now accessible to more PCs - Windows 7 Team Blog - The Windows Blog
Note Note
Windows Virtual PC (step 1 below) is the latest Microsoft virtualization technology for Windows 7. It is the runtime engine for Windows XP Mode to provide a virtual Windows environment for Windows 7. With Windows Virtual PC, Windows XP mode applications can be seen and accessed from a Windows 7-based PC. For more detailed information about Windows Virtual PC, see Windows Virtual PC: Documentation


Tip Tip
warning Warning
Windows Virtual PC: Requirements
  • 1 GHz 32-bit / 64-bit processor required
  • Memory (RAM)
    • 1.25 GB required, 2 GB memory recommended
  • Recommended 15 GB hard disk space per virtual Windows environment
  • Supported host (your computer) operating system:


    NOTE:Windows XP Mode can only be installed on Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Professional, and Windows 7 Ultimate.
    • Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit or 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 Professional (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 Enterprise (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Supported guest (virtual machine) 32-bit only operating system:
    • Windows XP
      • Virtual Applications feature is supported only on Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) Professional
    • Windows Vista
      • Virtual Applications feature is supported only on Windows Vista Enterprise and Windows Vista Ultimate
    • Windows 7
      • Virtual Applications feature is supported only on Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 7 Ultimate

EXAMPLE: Windows XP Mode
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-example.jpg


Here's How:
1. Go to the Windows Virtual PC website, select your 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7 version and language. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step1.jpg
2. Afterwards, click on the Windows XP Mode download button in step 3 at that site. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step2.jpg
3. Click on Continue for Windows validation. When validation is complete, click on Continue to start the download process. (see screenshots below)
NOTE: You will need to have cookies enabled to be able to do this.
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step3.jpgWindows XP Mode - Install and Setup-validation2.jpg
4. Download and Install Windows XP Mode
A) Click on Save, then save the WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe file to your desktop. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-save.jpg
B) Double click on the downloaded WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe installation file to start installing it.
NOTE: The part of the name in red will vary for you depending on what language you selected (step 1).

C) Click on the Next button. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-install_vxp-1.jpg
D) Click on the Next button. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-install_vxp-uac-2.jpg
E) If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.

F) When Windows XP Mode is finished installing, click on the Finish button. (See screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-install_vxp-3.jpg
5. Download and Install Windows Virtual PC
A) At the Windows Virtual PC website, click on the Windows Virtual PC download button in step 3 at that site. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step4.jpg
B) Click on Save, then save the Windows6.1-KB958559-x86-RefreshPkg.msu or Windows6.1-KB958559-x64-RefreshPkg.msu file to your desktop. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-virtual-pc_save.jpg
C) Double click on the downloaded Windows6.1-KB958559-x86-RefreshPkg.msu or Windows6.1-KB958559-x64-RefreshPkg.msu file to start installing it.

D) If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.
E) Click on Yes. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-install-1.jpg
F) Click on the I Accept button. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-install-2.jpg
G) When it is finished, click on the Restart Now button. (see screenshot below)
WARNING: This will restart your computer immediately. Be sure to save and close anything that you have open first.
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-install-3.jpg
H) When the computer is finished restarting, continue on to step 6 below.
6. Download and Install Windows XP Mode Update
NOTE: Enables Windows XP Mode for PCs without Hardware Assisted Virtualization Technology. For more information, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page. While the Windows XP Mode Update download may be optional for PCs with Hardware Assisted Virtualization Technology, it will not hurt anything to install it to be safe if you are not sure if you do or not.

Note Note
You will not need to download and install the Windows XP Mode Update if you have the Windows 7 SP1 installed since the SP1 already contains it. You can open winver to see if you are running Windows 7 SP1 or not.
A) At the Windows Virtual PC website, click on the Windows XP Mode Update download button in step 3 at that site. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step5.jpg
B) Click on Save, then save the Windows6.1-KB8977206-x86.msu or Windows6.1-KB8977206-x64.msu file to your desktop. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-mode_updates_save.jpg
C) Double click on the downloaded Windows6.1-KB8977206-x86.msu or Windows6.1-KB8977206-x64.msu file to start installing it.
D) If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.
E) Click on Yes. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-update-1.jpg
F) When it is finished, click on the Restart Now button. (see screenshot below)
WARNING: This will restart your computer immediately. Be sure to save and close anything that you have open first.
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G) When the computer is finished restarting, continue on to step 7 below.
7. To Open and Run Windows XP Mode
A) Open the Start Menu, then click on All Programs, expand the Windows Virtual PC folder, and double click on the Windows XP Mode shortcut. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-1.jpg
8. Check the I accept box, then click on the Next button. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step1b.jpg
9. Type in a password and type it in again to confirm it, then click on the Next button. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: If you would like to be logged on automatically whenever you open Windows XP Mode (step 7), then check the Remember credentials box.
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-2.jpg
10. Select (dot) the Help protect my computer by turning on Automatic Updates now box, then click on the Next button. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-3.jpg
11. Click on the Start Setup button. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-4.jpg
12. You will now see this for a few moments while Windows XP Mode is being setup. (see screeshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-step4b.jpg
13. When setup is finished and you did not check the Remember credentials box in step 9 above, then you will need to enter your password entered and click on OK. If you did, then skip this and continue on to step 14. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-5.jpg
14. The Windows XP Mode - Windows Virtual PC window will now open. You are now in Windows XP Mode. (see screenshot below)
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15. Next, be sure to install Integration Components and enable Integration Features.
NOTE: Sometimes this will be enabled for you automatically during installation.

16. Set Windows XP Mode Settings
A) In the Windows XP Mode window, click on Tools (menu bar) and Settings. (see screenshot above)

B) In the left pane, select Close/Shut Down. (see screenshot below)
Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-shut-down.jpg
C) In the right pane, select (dot) Automatically close with the following action, then select Shut Down and click on OK. (see screenshot above)
17. To Close Windows XP Mode
A) Click on the X in the upper right corner of the Windows XP Mode window like you would any other window in Windows 7. (see screenshot below step 19)

OR

B) In the Windows XP Mode window, click on Action (menu bar) and Close. (see screenshot below step 19)
19. Installing a Program in Windows XP Mode
NOTE: You would install a program in Virtual Windows XP just like you would in Windows 7 with the same access to everything in Windows 7. For example, hard drives, DVD drives, USB drives, Windows 7 folders and files, etc.....A) After you have installed any program (ex: CCleaner) in Windows XP Mode, you will notice that there will now also be a shortcut to it in the Windows 7 Start Menu in the Windows XP Mode Applications folder under Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: Double clicking on the program's shortcut (ex: CCleaner) in the Windows 7 Start Menu when Windows XP Mode is closed will open and run the program in Windows 7 but as if it you were running it in Windows XP Mode. You could also move or copy this Windows XP Mode Applications shortcut where you like in Windows 7 for easy use.Windows XP Mode - Install and Setup-xp-6.jpgWindows XP Mode - Install and Setup-program_example.jpg

WINDOWS VIRTUAL PC-CREATE VIRTUAL MACHINE


Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine

How to Create a Virtual Machine in Windows Virtual PC
Published by Brink
05-01-2009
Default Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine

How to Create a Virtual Machine in Windows Virtual PC

information Information
This will show you how to create a new virtual machine in Windows Virtual PC, and install the 32-bit guest operating system that you want to run in the virtual machine on your 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7 as the host.
Note Note
Windows Virtual PC is the latest Microsoft virtualization technology for Windows 7. It is the runtime engine for Windows XP Mode to provide a virtual Windows environment for Windows 7. With Windows Virtual PC, Windows XP mode applications can be seen and accessed from a Windows 7-based PC.

You will need to download and install the 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) version of Windows Virtual PC for your 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7.


warning Warning
Windows Virtual PC: Minimum Requirements
  • 1 GHz 32-bit / 64-bit processor that supports Intel® Virtualization Technology or AMD Virtualization.
  • Memory (RAM)
    • 1.25 GB required, 2 GB memory recommended
  • Recommended 15 GB hard disk space per virtual Windows environment
  • Supported host (your computer) operating system:
    • Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit or 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 Professional (32-bit or 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit or 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 Enterprise (32-bit or 64-bit)
      NOTE: Windows XP Mode can only be installed on Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Professional, and Windows 7 Ultimate.
  • Supported guest (virtual machine) 32-bit only operating system:
    • Windows XP 32-bit only
      • Virtual Applications feature is supported only on Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) Professional
    • Windows Vista 32-bit only
      • Virtual Applications feature is supported only on Windows Vista Enterprise and Windows Vista Ultimate
    • Windows 7 32-bit only
      • Virtual Applications feature is supported only on Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 7 Ultimate

EXAMPLE: Create Virtual Machine
NOTE: For example, create a Vista virtual machine.
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-example.jpg


Here's How:
1. If you have not already, then you will need to download and install the 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) version of Windows Virtual PC for your 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7.
NOTE: If you have Windows 7 Home Premium, click on the Don't need XP Mode and want VPC only?..... link first. You will need to have cookies enabled to be able to do this.
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-stepa.jpgWindows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-stepb.jpgWindows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-stepc.jpg
2. Open the Windows 7 Start Menu.
A) In the search line, type vpcwizard.exe and press Enter.

B) Go to step 4.
OR

3. Open the Windows 7 Start Menu.
A) Click on All Programs, expand Windows Virtual PC folder, and double click on the Virtual Machines shortcut. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: You can also open the Virtual Machines folder at C:\Users\(User Name)\Virtual Machines.
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step1.jpg
4. Click on the Create Virtual Machine button on the toolbar. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step2.jpg
5. Type in a name (ex: Vista) you want for the new virtual machine, then select a location where you want the .vmcx and .vhd files saved at. Click on the Next button. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: You can save them anywhere you like, but the default location is the hidden C:\Users\(user name)\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Virtual PC\Virtual Machines folder or the C:\Users\(user name)\Virtual Machines folder.
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step3.jpg
6. Enter how much of your RAM (1 GB = 1024 MB) you want to be used by the virtual machine. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step4.jpg
7. Check the Use computer on network connections box if you would like the virtual machine to have network or internet access, then click on the Next button. (See screenshot above)

8. To Create a Dynamically Expanding VHD
NOTE: This is the usual default option.
A) Select (dot) Create a dynamically expanding virtual hard disk. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step5.jpg
B) Verify that the name and location is correct (from step 5), then click on the Create button. (See screenshot above)

C) Go to step 11.
9. To Use an Existing VHD File
A) Select (dot) Use an existing virtual hard disk. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-vhd.jpg
B) Click on the Browse button and navigate to and select the VHD file that you want to use to create a virtual machine (VM) with, then click on the Create button. (See screenshot above)
WARNING: Windows Virtual PC only supports using a VHD up to 127 GB (130,048 MB) for a dynamic VHD, and up to 41 GB (42,023) for a fixed VHD. Any larger and you will not be able access the VM from within Windows Virtual PC.

C) Right click on this new virtual machine (Ex: Vista.vmcx file), and click on Open. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step7.jpg
D) Go to step 16.
10. To Create a VHD with Advanced Options
A) Select (dot) Create a virtual hard disk using advanced options, then click on the Next button. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step5a.jpg
B) Select the type of VHD to create. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step6.jpg
C) Verify that the name and location is correct (from step 5), then click on the Next button. (See screenshot above)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step6a.jpg
11. Right click on this new virtual machine (Ex: Vista.vmcx file), and click on Settings.
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12. To Use a ISO File to Create the Virtual Machine From
A) In the left pane select DVD Drive, then select (dot) Open an ISO image in the right pane. (See screenshot below)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-step8.jpg
B) Click on the Browse button and navigate to the location of the .ISO file of the operating system (ex: Vista) that you want to install in the VM, then select the ISO file and double click on it. Click on OK. (See screenshot above)
NOTE: If you do not have a ISO file of the operating system, then you can use a free program like ImgBurn to create a ISO file from the operating system's installation DVD.

C) Go to step 14.
13. To Use a DVD or Bootable USB to Create the Virtual Machine From
A) In the left pane select DVD Drive, select (dot) Access a physical drive in the right pane, then select the drive letter of the installation DVD or bootable USB. (See screenshot below step 12A)
14. Right click on this new virtual machine (Ex: Vista.vmcx file), and click on Open.
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15. Install the OS (Ex: Vista) in the virtual machine.
WARNING: Be sure to give the user account a password. Blank passwords are not supported, and can cause you to have problems with logging on to the VM. If you did leave the password field blank, then you should get a option after trying to log on without a password to continue to login without the password for now. You can then create a password for the user account in the VM.

16. To Install Integration Components
A) For how, see: Windows Virtual PC Integration Features - Install, Enable, and Disable
17. Close or shutdown the new virtual machine.
NOTE: See yellow TIP box below for how to close the virtual machine.

18. Open the Windows 7 Start Menu in your computer (host).

19. Click on All Programs, expand Windows Virtual PC folder, then right click on this new virtual machine (Ex: Vista.vmcx file), and click on Settings.
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20. In the left pane select DVD Drive, then select (dot) Access a physical drive in the right pane. Select the DVD drive letter from the drop down menu that you would like to use in the virtual machine, and click on OK. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: If you do not want to use a DVD drive in the virtual machine, then select (dot) None instead.
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-drive.jpg
21. You now have a newly created virtual machine.


Tip Tip
  • You can close the virtual machine by shutting down the virtual machine from the Start menu inside the virtual machine, or by clicking on the close X at the top right corner of the virtual machine window. Afterwards, select the Turn Off option and click on OK. (See screenshot beow)
Windows Virtual PC - Create Virtual Machine-close.jpg
  • You can open the virtual maching by opening the Start Menu, click on All Programs, expand Windows Virtual PC folder, and double click on the virtual maching shortcut.

Install Win 7 / Vista from USB

This guide works 100% for Vista & Windows 7 unlike most of the guides out there. I have seen many sites/blogs that have “Install Vista from USB guide” but either with incomplete steps or not working guide. I have also seen some guides that don’t’ use proper commands in this guide. After spending many hours I have come up with this 100% working guide.



I just did this method on one of my friends machine and installed the new Windows 7 BETA. The main advantage is that by using USB drive you will be able to install Windows 7/Vista in just 15 minutes. You can also use this bootable USB drive on friend’s computer who doesn’t have a DVD optical drive.

The method is very simple and you can use without any hassles. Needless to say that your motherboard should support USB Boot feature to make use of the bootable USB drive.

Requirements:

*USB Flash Drive (Minimum 4GB)

*Windows 7 or Vista installation files.

Follow the below steps to create bootable Windows 7/Vista USB drive using which you can install Windows 7/Vista easily.

1. Plug-in your USB flash drive to USB port and move all the contents from USB drive to a safe location on your system.

2. Open Command Prompt with admin rights. Use any of the below methods to open Command Prompt with admin rights.

*Type cmd in Start menu search box and hit Ctrl+ Shift+ Enter.

Or

*Go to Start menu > All programs > Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.

3. You need to know about the USB drive a little bit. Type in the following commands in the command prompt:

First type DISKPART and hit enter to see the below message.



Next type LIST DISK command and note down the Disk number (ex: Disk 1) of your USB flash drive. In the below screenshot my Flash Drive Disk no is Disk 1.

4. Next type all the below commands one by one. Here I assume that your disk drive no is “Disk 1”.If you have Disk 2 as your USB flash drive then use Disk 2.Refer the above step to confirm it.

So below are the commands you need to type and execute one by one:

SELECT DISK 1

CLEAN

CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY

SELECT PARTITION 1

ACTIVE

FORMAT FS=NTFS

(Format process may take few seconds)

ASSIGN

EXIT

Don’t close the command prompt as we need to execute one more command at the next step. Just minimize it.



5. Next insert your Windows7/Vista DVD into the optical drive and check the drive letter of the DVD drive. In this guide I will assume that your DVD drive letter is “D” and USB drive letter is “H” (open my computer to know about it).

6. Maximize the minimized Command Prompt in the 4th step.Type the following command now:

D: CD BOOT and hit enter.Where “D” is your DVD drive letter.

CD BOOT and hit enter to see the below message.

7. Type another command given below to update the USB drive with BOOTMGR compatible code.

BOOTSECT.EXE /NT60 H:



Where “H” is your USB drive letter. Once you enter the above command you will see the below message.

8. Copy your Windows 7/Vista DVD contents to the USB flash drive.

9. Your USB drive is ready to boot and install Windows 7/Vista. Only thing you need to change the boot priority at the BIOS to USB from the HDD or CD ROM drive. I won’t explain it as it’s just the matter the changing the boot priority or enabling the USB boot option in the BIOS.

Note: If you are not able to boot after following this guide means you haven’t set the BIOS priority to USB. If you got any problem in following this guide feel free to ask questions by leaving comment.

Solutions To Windows Network Connection Problems

Here I will lay out four easy solutions you can try to get your Internet access back. I will give instructions for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7.

Check Your Hosts File

Windows can use the hosts file to set IP addresses to particular domains. This means though that it can be used to redirect or effectively cut off your Internet access.

When I need to troubleshoot an Internet connection, this is usually the first place I look.

To view the file in Windows XP, just open up Notepad and go to File->Open. Then, navigate to your C drive, then to the “Windows” Folder, then “System32” folder, then “drivers” folder, then “etc” folder and finally, open the file named “hosts“.

You may have to change where it says “Text Documents” to “All Files” to see the hosts file.

network connection problems

After you have the file open, it should look something like this:

network connection problems

It should only have the heading stuff and maybe the line designating the localhost. Anything else should be deleted.

The instructions are the same for Vista and Windows 7, only instead of just opening Notepad, you have to right click the Notepad icon and choose to “Run as administrator” to edit the file.

Check Your TCP/IP Settings

Another issue may be that your TCP/IP settings were altered in some way.

For XP, got to Control Panel and then Network Connections.

In Windows Vista/7, go to the Control Panel and then the Network and Sharing Center. In 7, click on “change adapter settings.” In Vista, click on “manage network connections“.

In all versions of Windows, after you get to the places designated above, right click the device giving you trouble, either the Wireless card or Ethernet card. Then select “Properties.”

Something looking like the following window should pop up.

fix windows network connection issues

Click on Internet Protocol Version 6 and then hit “Properties“. You should see something like the following.

fix network connection problems

If either the IP or DNS server address are not set to automatic, set them to be automatic.

Repeat this for Internet Protocol Version 4.

Reset Your TCP/IP Manually

Sometimes, you may just need to reset your TCP/IP. This can easily be done at the command line in Windows.

For Windows XP, go to Start->Run. Type “cmd” and press enter. A command window should pop up. Then type “netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt” and press enter. You will then have to restart your computer.

For Windows Vista/7, you have to run the Command Prompt as an administrator. To do that, just type “cmd” in your start menu’s search bar. Right click the “cmd” icon that should come up and select “Run as administrator.” Then type the same as indicated above, press enter, and restart.

Reset Your Winsock Manually

Winsock, short for Windows Socket API, is how Windows handles network services. A reset of this may fix a network problem.

Resetting your Winsock is similar to resetting TCP/IP. Open a Command Prompt as laid out above for your version of Windows and type “netsh winsock reset“. Then press enter and restart your computer.

Sometimes even these steps will not fix a faulty connection. If that’s the case, you can try googling the exact problem or contacting someone with network experience.

If you know any other quick solutions to fixing network connection problems, please lets us know in the comments below.

Shutdown PC with command prompt

Shutdown Local Machine

This only takes a couple of keystrokes. Type the code below and hit OK:

shutdown -s

“shutdown” tells the computer what command we want to execute and the “-s” switch tells it what to do, which is to shutdown!

Specify Time

shutdown -s -t 60

Now we have added the “-t” switch and a variable, which in this case is “60″. This number is the number of seconds before the computer is shutdown. A dialog will open and display a count down timer!

Give Us Some Info!

shutdown -s -t 120 -c "You better finish, because I shut you down foo!"

The “-c” switch will allow you to give the user some information for the reason of the shutdown.

Shutdown A Remote Computer

shutdown -s -m \\desktop -t 45

I really like this one! The “-m” switch will allow you to shutdown a remote machine, in this case, a computer named “desktop”. For this to work, you must have administrative access to the computer! To see of you do, hit Windows Key + R then type the computer’s name, i.e.:

\\desktop

If you can connect to it, you will be asked to log into the machine with a user name and password. Once confirmed, a window will open displaying the directories available to you. Now you know you can shut it down remotely.

Cancel Shutdown

Let’s say that you need to cancel a shutdown in progress. Go to the computer in question, hit Windows Key + R then type command below:

shutdown -a

Install Windows XP on Asus Eee PC

Summary

  1. Introduction
  2. What do you need
  3. Creating a bootable USB stick (or hdd)
  4. Installing Windows XP from the USB stick
  5. Installing ASUS Eee PC drivers
  6. ASUS Eee PC Tips and Tricks (hardware & software)
  7. Article references

1. Introduction

In December 2008 i bought online with my credit card (thanks to ePayment) four Asus Eee PCs 4G Surf (two white and two black models) from PCfun. I liked the white ones better so i kept one for myself and the rest i gave them to the family members. Being my first gadget, i was and i'm still very excited about its features. All models come with a friendly linux distro from which you can connect to the Internet very fast. When i got my Eee PC out of the box it took me about 1 to 2 minutes at most to connect to a free wireless network and surf the net. Sweet! I downloaded an MP3 and listened to it just to check the sound and the incorporated speakers from the LCD panel.

I like Linux, but running it as a desktop has no use to me, so i quickly decided to install Windows XP. Let's see how i did it.

PS: most of the tips here might also work with any other desktop or notebook as well.

2. What do you need

  • your desktop computer (this is NOT your ASUS Eee PC)
  • one image or a cd with Windows XP
  • a stick (1Gb is fine) or a USB hdd - make sure you don't have partitions on it or you may loose them in the process
  • USB Multiboot software (choose one of the following download locations: CD Forum download, BootLand download, Siginet download)
  • your ASUS Eee PC later

3. Creating a bootable USB stick or USB hdd

If you are in hurry or know what you are doing but forgot some steps, check out this great video tutorial (go to 02:45 min to skip the chit-chat):

  • Extract USB Multiboot and browse USB_MultiBoot_10/ folder and then run USB_MultiBoot_10.cmd
  • Press any key
  • Type H and press ENTER
  • HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool screen will appear. If this does not find your USB device you can format it manually from Windows and press 'Close' or you can go back and try option P. Check 'Quick format' and press 'Start'
  • In the multiple option screen press 0 and hit enter to toggle between USB Stick and USB harddisk. This is very important because the Windows XP will not install proper if you have a USB harddisk like this one. The 'USB Stick' medium is selected by default.
  • Type 1 and press ENTER and then select the Windows XP source (this is the CD or a path on the HDD where your have your XP installation files)
  • If you get a message about 'winnt.sif' press 'YES'
  • in the 'Unattended Install' screen fill the fields with values (also with your serial). If you fill the fields now you will not need to complete them later in the Windows XP installation screen. When you're done press 'Cancel (no changes)'
  • Type 2 and press ENTER and select your USB device
  • Type 3 and press ENTER, you will see some files copying on the USB drive. During this you might be asked 'Copy XP and extra sources on the USB?' and press 'Yes'. Now wait couple of minutes (this depends on your system and USB drive speed). You will also get the message 'FileCopy to USB-Drive is Ready - OK - Success' and press YES (Make USB-stick in XP Setup to be Preferred Boot Drive U:)
  • All done just press any key

4. Installing Windows XP from the USB stick

  • Connect the USB drive to your ASUS Eee PC
  • Start your netbook and in the first screen press F2 to enter BIOS.
  • In the BIOS screen go to 'Advanced' tab and change 'OS Installation' to 'Start'.
  • Next in the 'Boot' tab under 'Hard Disk Drives' select the USB drive as the 1st Drive
  • Also in the 'Boot' tab but under 'Boot Device Priority' section you should see the USB drive as the 1st Boot Device
  • 'Exit & Save Changes' made in the BIOS.

The netbook will reboot. You wait couple of seconds and see the following screen:

1. Begin TXT Mode Setup Windows XP, Never unplug USB Drive Until Logon
2. and 3. Continue with GUI Mode Setup Windows XP + Start XP from HD 1
4. Start GRUB4DOS Menu - DOS FPY IMAGES + Linux + XP Rec Cons + VISTA Attended Setup XP, Never unplug USB Drive Until After Logon

You will select 1 and press ENTER. This will start the standard Windows XP setup install (format quick NTFS, create partitions etc). After the setup finished to copy all the files needed it will reboot. Now select 2 and 3 (it's a single tab option). This will continue your installation (the classic graphical Windows install). This might take 20 to 40 minutes. When this is done the netbook will reboot (DO NOT UNPLUG THE USB DEVICE YET!), select the 4th option then the last 'Start/Boot Windows XP from HDD'.

5. Installing ASUS Eee PC drivers

Now you are logged in in Windows XP but you can't do anything because you need the Asus EEPC drivers which can be found on your CD that is shipped with your Asus package. If you don't have the CD then download the drivers from the following locations: RapidShare.de , MegaUpload.com . You will need to unrar the archive and copy it to the stick (create a folder like asuseeepc_drivers/). This folder will contain the following subfolders: ACPI, Audio, Chipset, LAN, Touchpad, vga, Wireless. I suggest you first install the ACPI and Chipset drivers and then the rest. Try to locate the .exe that triggers the installation to start.

6. ASUS Eee PC Tips and Tricks

a. Hardware

There is a big difference between the white and the black models of ASUS Eee PC 4G Surf. The black model Eee PC 4G SURF (4GS-PK008) has a hatch (turn it upside down and you will see it) that allows you to comfortable change the RAM. The white model Eee PC 4G SURF (4GS-W010) lacks of this ability and you will have to disassemble the netbook to upgrade it.

My ASUS Eee PC 4G Surf came with 512Mb of RAM memory and i've succesfuly upgraded it to 2Gb. If you want to upgrade it follow this nice video tutorial.

My ASUS Eee PC 4G Surf came with a solid state HDD with the capacity of 4Gb (this is the internal harddisk). After you install Windows XP you will have around 3 to 2.5 GB left. You can use an external USB drive as a secondary partition and install software, play games, etc. It has to be an USB device with resonable access speed.

If you find browsing with the Touch Pad hard, then i may suggest you go buy the following Microsoft Optical Mouse 500 which i tested and it's tiny, it also has a short cable.

b. Software

I recommend using Windows XP on the ASUS Eee PC with the following settings: System Restore OFF, System Properties -> Advanced tab -> Performance -> Settings -> Visual Effects set to 'Adjust for best performance', here also on the Advanced tab -> Virtual memory change 128 Mb and maximum 256 Mb if you HAD a memory upgrade on the netbook!

Go to Start -> Cmd and in the command prompt type sfc.exe /purgecache. This command does magic, i had 780 mb free space, and after this command i had about 1Gb.

To save space go to C:\WINDOWS\Driver Cache\i386 and delete all the files. You can do the same with the files and folders from C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Installations when you're done installing software on your Asus Eee PC. Eg. If you install Dreamweaver 8 you will probabil find there a folder called Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 with the main .exe installer and some other files.

Make sure you disabled the system restore from My Computer -> System Restore tab

I was able to run Heroes3 Complete series directly from an external USB device. In the game you will have a small scroll on the bottom of the screen but that will not bother your on this kind of static games. I also played this game wireless with other ASUS Eee PC (now that's a dream come true!)

I was able to run Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 (download here) being installed on C: and running the .vhd (663Mb) and .vmc (12kb) directly from stick. I installed Windows 98SE, mounted Hopkins FBI game and succesfully played it.

I have succesfuly played Starcraft BroodWar on my ASUS Eee PC. I ran it directly from an attached USB stick, also played on BattleNet dozens of games. If already bought Starcraft but want a light version, download this one (100mb) from theabyss.eu.

When you are watching movies on Youtube with Firefox it is recommended to go in Full-Screen mode by pressing F11 or go to 'View' -> 'Full Screen'

If you want to read Word, Excel or Powerpoint files on your Asus Eee PC, download the following free applications from Microsoft's site: Microsoft Word Viewer 2003, Microsoft Excel Viewer 2003, Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2003. Note that you can only read, not write! For that you need the Microsoft Office CD or iso.

c. General

Never lift the Eee PC by the display panel

Fully charge the battery before first use and whenever it is depleted to prolong battery life. Be aware that it takes much longer to charge the battery when the Eee PC is in use.

On the lower right of your Eee PC keyboard you will see four LED indicators: Power indicator, Battery Charge Indicator, Solid State Disk (SSD) indicator and Wireless indicator. When the Battery Charge Indicator blinks that means that the battery is less than 10% and AC power is not connected.

It is actually not recommended to use your Eee PC on soft surfaces as beds or sofas because it blocks the vents and the bottom of the netbook can get hot. For example if you let it in your bed and you are watching a movie, you might hear a little noise of fans increasing the speed of ventilation - this is normal.

If you want to use you Eee PC with a projector you can use the 15-pin D-sub monitor port, located on the right side, which supports standard VGA devices.

Your Eee Pc has three USB 2.0 slots and 1 memory card slot. This will allow you to attach removable devices such:

  • USB mouse
  • USB external optical disk drive
  • USB external hard disk drive
  • USB flash memory disk
  • MMC (Multimedia Card)
  • MMC Plus
  • RS-MMC (Reduced Size) (with MMC adapter)
  • SD (Secure Digital)
  • MiniSD (with SD adapter)
  • microSD
  • SD adapter

References

  1. Install XP from USB post on BootLand
  2. Installing Windows XP on a Netbook Via USB (Acer Aspire One)
  3. Asus Eee PC 4GB RAM Installation
  4. i64X.com - nLite Windows XP Install on Asus Eee PC

RAID/SATA SETUP WITH WINXP

There is 3 part of the guide :Slipsteam the RAID/SATA drivers to the XP Setup and create an updated driver setup disc

! I would recommend that if possible use a CD-RW for your work unless of course you don't mind throwing a CD in case something mess up !

! As to simplify most of the errors that i get through PM, I recommend you to use the vanilla version of Windows XP aka clean setup itself without slipstreams. Avoid any "D3vil SP3 Edition" or such. This is due to the fact that some of these CD might have already been slipstreamed with drivers before and the tools listed here might not recognise the previous slipstreamer and mess up the CD. !

There is an increasing amount of thread on the matter and wish that i could be of some help and solve it easy way. I dare not put this in the Guide section so hopefully if its not appropriate here too, Mods please delete the thread or move it elsewhere. Thanks.

Opening :
Even with the existance of Windows Vista, XP nonetheless is still the choice of OS for a lot of people for now. But because of how old XP is to date and with the emerging of new technologies, the original drivers that came with the XP Setup itself is almost obsolete.

To cut the crap short, laptop doesn't have a floppy drive and XP is unable to load SATA/RAID drivers from another location besides floppy. Of course, not all laptop BIOSes can enable native SATA to emulate PATA hence the existance of this guide. So the only ways to install XP on your ub3r new laptop that runs SATA HDD would be to update the driver database in XP Setup itself.

Tools needed :
  • Windows XP Setup CD
  • DriverPack
  • CDIMAGE GUI (http://unattended.msfn.org/files/global/CDIMAGE_GUI.EXE)(Copy and paste link in new window)
  • CD/DVD Burner to burn CD
How-to :
First of all, copy the contents of your CD to a working path, in this case i'll use C:\WINXP

Download DriverPack BASE from the link above as well as DriverPack MassStorage. Extract the BASE pack into a new folder and put the MassStorage pack you downloaded into the DriverPacks folder.

Run DriverPack...

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Select "disc" and choose "Browse". Browse the folder which you copied from the CD earlier and in this case it would be my C:\WINXP.

If the setting is grey out like the image below :

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The solution : DO NOT extract the downloaded files into DriverPacks folder. Leave intact as is (i.e. copy that archive into DriverPacks folder). The DPs_BASE will automatically do the extraction. See the image below :

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If you do it right, you can have the selection as below rclxms.gif :

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Credits: keyz

Execute DPs_BASE.exe and use the installation platform selected to disc. Browse to the XP working directory you copied from the CD just now, in my case C:\WINXP earlier. Select the DriverPacks list that will appear after loading the working directory and put a check mark on DriverPack MassStorage. Put a tick in the box which says "DriverPack MassStorage text mode". Leave all the other settings as it is if you don't know what is it for.

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After you're done with everything, hit the SlipStream! button and wait for the process to finish. The process should finish in around 10 minutes. After the slipstream process is finish, proceed by downloading CDIMAGE GUI. Extract and run the application, only change the "Root DIR" to your working directory in my case C:\WINXP and the "Iso file Path" to where you want to save the ISO file generated.

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Select the boot.img file to load the bootable image into the ISO file.

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Leave all other settings intact as it should unless you know what its doing. (Thanks Sk8teR)

After the ISO file is generated, burn it with any burning software to a CD and proceed with booting the setup. Your SATA hard drive should be recognised now without the need to press F6 and load drivers.

The DriverPack should contain most SATA/RAID device drivers so it should work on most computers.

The End.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

SERVICES COMPUTER

Slipstreaming SATA driver into WinXp boot cd using nLite

Proceed to?
A) Go to "Shrink Vista Partition for WinXp Installation" if you don't have any partition to use.
B) If you have an empty partition for WinXp installation, proceed to "WinXp Installation

Install Windows XP in Compaq Presario CQ40-115AU and drivers

Step :
~~ AMD SATA RAID driver ~~

AMD RAID 7xx Floppy Configuration

download link :

https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206/0/www2.ati.com/gamesite/8-8-igp_xp32_dd_ccc_wdm_sb_gart_enu_67975.exe

Extra that ATI APP and go the folder :
XXX(ATI APP EXTRA NAME) -> SBDrv -> RAID7xx -> copy all data inside to de FDD

Windows XP for Configuration FDD , useing the USB FDD Device and run the boot Windows XP useing booting CD and click F6 for Configuration AMD SATA RAID , click SATA RAID Contorller X86 for Windows XP 32-bit system , now u can see the hard disk and no have a blue screen !

Driver list : ~

- Chipset and Graphics System ( befor install chipset and graphics ) -

Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0 Redistributable Package (x86)

- download link -

http://tinyurl.com/758p8

- Chipset and Graphics -

ATI HD 3200 Catalyst Software Suite

- download link -

https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206/0/www2.ati.com/gamesite/8-8-igp_xp32_dd_ccc_wdm_sb_gart_enu_67975.exe

- Ethernet (LAN) -

Realtek RTL8102E Family PCI-E Fast Ethernet NIC

- download link -

http://www.radarsync.com/driver/d275761-realtek_rtl8168c_p_8111c_p_pci_e_gigabit_ethernet_nic

- Audio System ( befor install audio )-

Microsoft Universal High Definition Audio Architecture UAA

- download link -

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp33501-34000/sp33867.exe

- Audio -

IDT High-Definition Audio CODEC

- download link -

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp39501-40000/SP39671.exe

- Card Reader -

JMB38X Card Reader

- dowload link -

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=ob-63773-1&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&os=2093&product=3752107

- Modem -

High-Definition Audio (HDA) Modem

- download link -

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=ob-61697-1&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&os=2093&product=3752107

- CIR Receiver -

ENE CIR Receiver

- download link -

http://tc.versiontracker.com/product/redir/lid/1508335/CIR.zip

- Touchpad -

ALPS Touchpad Driver

- download link -

http://tc.versiontracker.com/product/redir/lid/1499432/Touchpad_Synaptics_ALPS_v11.0.2.0_v7.0.1101.18_XP.zip

*useing ALPS Touchpad , this ZIP have 2 touchpad Sysnaptics and ALPS , using ALPS Touchpad

- Wireless -

Broadcom Wireless

- download link -

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp39501-40000/sp39912.exe

- Processor -

AMD Turion Dual Core 64 Processor

- download link -

http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/content_type/utilities/AMD_Processor_Driver_1320053.zip

- HP System -

HP Quick Launch Buttons

- download link -

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp39001-39500/sp39425.exe

- Other Devices ( Unknow Device ) -

Direct Application Lauch Button

- download link -

http://www.c-tech.ac.th/ngology/BackUPDriver/Direct%20Application%20Launch%20Button%235/

P.S : download machine.inf and update all the unknow device will ok ady , this system not inportend to the Windows XP ! this is ppl share link , may will be closeing any time !!!

Hope all can Install it !!

Windows XP Setup Could Not Detect and Find Any SATA Hard Disk Drive on AHCI Mode

On newer computer and workstation system, such as Dell Precision model, if the SATA HDD is not running on RAID, there is no additional driver needed even for older operating system such as XP to recognize the drive. On SATA based disk that requires a driver, normally the system OEMs or motherboard manufacturers will provide a floppy disk with needed SATA driver, which you can then use F6 button during initial setup stage to add in third-party RAID or SCSI drivers. On newer computer such as those from Dell, HP, Acer, Lenovo, and etc, you probably find that only diagnostics or drivers CD is provided. The worse problem is that you simply cannot extract the SATA drivers from the CD as the driver that wanted to be installed during XP setup must be accompanied by a file named oemsetup.txt, beside the usual driver files and .INF file, else the SATA driver cannot be installed by XP setup to detect HDD.

Here’s a possible solution if you’re in this kind of SATA hard drives not found situation. The trick is related to ACHI (Advanced Host Controller Interface) hardware mechanism which are designed to allow software to communicate with Serial ATA (SATA) devices such as host bus adapters with features not offered by Parallel ATA (PATA) controllers such as higher speeds, hot-plugging and native command queuing (NCQ). Windows XP (and any OS older than Vista or linux kernel 2.6.19) does not have came pre-packaged with driver to support AHCI/SATA mode, thus creating a very common error that Wikipedia also described as “when attempting to install Microsoft Windows XP or a previous version on an AHCI-enabled system will cause the setup to fail with the error message ’set up could not detect hard disk drive…’”.

The ultimate solution is by using OEM Windows XP CD which comes with your system, which usually has built-in appropriate driver for S-ATA harddisks running in AHCI mode. However, if you lose or do not have the OEM XP CD, or is given Vista DVD but decide to downgrade to XP, there are 2 options to install XP from scratch.

Users can install Windows XP or Windows XP SP2 (Service Pack 2) on an AHCI enabled system by changing BIOS setting to disable AHCI (or RAID which includes AHCI in its functions) and use native SATA IDE emulation mode (SATA/PATA). In SATA IDE Emulation mode, XP setup could find the SATA drives and proceed to continue to install XP properly. How to change the BIOS settings on SATA mode is depending on which brand or model or even motherboard of your computer system. Check your system manual for more information. For example, in Dell Precision workstation, press F2 to go into BIOS, and then go to “SATA Management” to select AHCI or SATA mode. If you don’t find any option in BIOS to change AHCI support for SATA ports, most probably the drives already runs in IDE (ATA) emulation mode and therefore doesn’t require the AHCI driver. It’s because AHCI support is depending on the chipset (commonly by Intel) and the HDD. In this case, you have to figure out what’s other causes that may stop your SATA disks from functioning.

A slightly more difficult but recommended method is to create a slipstreamed XP install disc with the Intel Matrix Storage Manager which is also the AHCI SATA Controller driver included. A slipstreamed XP setup CD with AHCI SATA controller driver allows the XP OS to support hard disk on AHCI and use its advanced features such as NCQ for faster access, read and write speed. While slipstreaming, users can also have the advantage to include all updates for Windows XP for up-to-date patched OS, without the need to download and install hotfixes later.

Panduan Membeli Komputer

Cara memilih atau mengenali sendiri perkakasan komputer
Komputer adalah alat eletronik yang dahulunya hanya digunakan dipejabat tetapi kini komputer merupakan alat elektronik yang mesti ada disetiap rumah. Bagi pengguna yang baru berjinak-jinak dengan komputer tentu sukar untuk membuat keputusan untuk membeli komputer. Ia memerlukan pengalaman dan membeli berdasarkan keperluan supaya tidak membazir dan memenuhi kehendak pengguna itu sendiri. Fungsi utama komputer adalah menyelesaikan kerja-kerja harian, pembelajaran, permainan dan lain-lain hal. Motif utama memilih perkakasan komputer adalah untuk beroperasi dengan baik tanpa menghadapi masalah.

Jenis jenama komputer
Dipasaran anda mempunyai pilihan membeli komputer sama ada yang berjenama seperti DELL, HP COMPAQ, ACER, TOSHIBA, NEC, BENQ,TWINHEAD,ASUS,SONY atau komputer klon. Kebanyakan pengguna suka membeli komputer klon kerana harganya murah sedikit berbanding berjenama dan boleh dipasang mengikut perkakasan pilihan dengan jenama yang berlainan mengikut citarasa pengguna itu sendiri. Komputer berjenama pula sudah siap dipasang dari kilang pengeluar dan pengguna tidak perlu lagi memikirkan tentang jenis perkakasan komputer dan sebagainya.

Bagaimana dengan kualiti?
Sebenarnya kualiti komputer berjenama atau klon adalah sama. Cuma bezanya jaminan yang diberikan, dimana komputer berjenama jaminannya terus dari pengilang dan komputer klon dari kedai komputer. Biasanya komputer baru tempoh jaminannya adalah setahun.

Berikut panduan perlu diketahui ketika memilih perkakasan komputer mengikut kategori pengguna secara ringkasnya.
Pengguna Biasa
- pengguna yang biasa menggunakan komputer untuk menyelesaikan kerja harian seperti pemprosesan perkataan (Word), lembaran kerja (Excel), mencetak dan kerja-kerja pejabat.
Untuk komputer meja (Desktop).
Prosessor - 1.6Ghz (Intel atau AMD) keatas
256Mb DDR RAM
20Gb Hard Disk keatas
52x Pemacu CD
Pengguna Pertengahan
- pengguna yang biasa menggunakan komputer untuk menyelesaikan kerja harian seperti pemprosesan perkataan (Word), lembaran kerja (Excel), kerja grafik seperti Adobe Photoshop, kerja edit video atau audio seperti MP3 dan kerja-kerja teknikal seperti Microsoft Visio, AutoCAD, Rivet.
Untuk komputer meja (Desktop).
Prosessor - 1.8Ghz (Intel atau AMD) -keatas
512MB DDR RAM
40Gb Hard Disk - keatas
Pemacu CD Combo - mempunyai fungsi baca CDR,CDRW dan DVDROM
128Mb Kad Grafik (ATI atau Nvidia)
Pengguna Berat
- pengguna yang biasa menggunakan komputer untuk menyelesaikan kerja harian seperti pemprosesan perkataan (Word), lembaran kerja (Excel), kerja grafik seperti Adobe Photoshop, kerja edit video 3D atau audio seperti MP3 dan permainan komputer keluaran terbaru - Need For Speed Carbon, SIM City, Half Life, Counter Strike dan sebagainya. Untuk komputer meja (Desktop).
Prosessor - 2.0Ghz (Intel atau AMD) keatas
1GB DDR2 RAM
80Gb Hard Disk - keatas
Pemacu DVDRW - mempunyai fungsi baca CDR,CDRW, DVDROM dan DVDRW
256Mb Kad Grafik (ATI atau Nvidia)
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Penjagaan komputer anda

Komputer alat eletronik yang unikKomputer adalah sebuah alat eletronik yang unik dimana pelbagai penyelesaian kerja manusia dapat dibuat olehnya. Ia seperti alat eletronik yang lain, komputer perlu penjagaan terutama pada sistem pengoperasian (OS) seperti Windows. Windows (tetingkap) merupakan antaramuka yang membolehkan interaksi dan mesra pengguna antara pengguna dengan komputer. Windows merupakan pelantar yang membolehkan program lain dipasang keatasnya. Windows memerlukan penjagaan untuk beroperasi dengan baik dan sebarang gangguan dari luar akan mencacatkan program yang telah diaturkan.Faktor komputer tidak beroperasi dengan baik antaranya:Windows lambat. benda asing seperti fail sementara yang datangnya dari fail internet atau melarikan program tertentu.Windows diserang virus. setiap komputer berpotensi terkena serangan virus yang disebarkan melalui internet, media storan (thumb drive @ disket) yang berkongsi dengan komputer lain. Virus dapat mengubah aturcara komputer dengan sendiri dan menyebabkan gangguan program aturcara yang ditulis.Perkakasan komputer. komputer yang tidak pernah dibersihkan dari habuk dan perkakasan yang terlalu usang atau berbunyi seperti cakera keras juga faktor komputer menjadi lambat.Cara mengatasi masalah diatas:Menggunakan perisian utiliti Windows. perisian Disk Defragment dan Disk Clean Up dapat membersih dan menyusun dokumen Windows dan dokumen kerja anda.Kemaskini antivirus. mampu mengesan virus yang mendiami komputer anda dan seterusnya dapat dibuang dengan bersih atau di kuarentin.Membersihkan komponen komputer. ia dapat mengelakkan dari pintasan elektrik dan kehilangan data.

Komponen-komponen pada motherboard

Komponen-komponen pada motherboard

Cara pemasangan cable network 'straight' & 'crossover'

Cara pemasangan cable network 'straight' & 'crossover'