conas a Ghnóthú Comhad Córas truaillithe – If an essential Windows Faigheann comhad whacked ag an víreas nó ar shlí eile truaillithe, ar ais é ó na Windows CD. Search the CD for the filename, replacing the last character with … (more)
óstáil gréasáin & líonra BandWidth explained – The internet, in the most simplest of terms, is a group of millions of computers connected by networks. These connections within the internet can be large or small depending upon the cabling and equipment that is used at a particular internet location. It is the size of each líonra connection … (more)
conas a shuiteáil Windows XP from MS-DOS – If XP will not install from the CD or if you have a new drive with no operating system on it yet try these … (more)
Quickly Start The Shared Folder Wizard
Want to share a folder, or multiple folders, quickly and easily?
You can invoke the Shared Folder Wizard by typing shrpubw.exe ag an bosca Rith or command line. The wizard takes you through the process of setting up a shared folder and allows you to start the process over within the same wizard, which is especially good if you want to make multiple folders shared.
How To Set Up A Proxy In Flashget
1. Open Flashget and select options > Proxy.
2. cliceáil Cuir and give your proxy a name relevant to what you use it for.
3. Roghnaigh HTTP
4. Enter the proxy address agus port number.
5. Roghnaigh OK
6. When clicking on a link or copying a link into Flashget when the “Add new Download” prompt appears you must select the Advanced tab then from the proxy section select “HTTP” and select the name of the proxy you wish.
7. Chomh luath agus déanta roghnaigh OK and that is it.
This tutorial is only intended for help in downloading the posts I have posted. It is not a concise Flashget / Proxy Tutorial.
Linux Buataisí – Identifying each stage of the boot process is invaluable in fixing boot problems and understanding the system as a whole. To start, zero in on the boot loader, which is the initial screen or prompt you get after the computer does its power-on self-test, asking which operating system to run. After you make a choice, the boot … (more)