I recently had to change my motherboard because of hardware failure. Fortuanately, its of the same company, so not much headache there.
My question is that what should I do now after the motherboard is changed. My PC is taking a little longer to boot. I wonder if it still is holding the drivers...
I am unable to boot into windows due to a corrupted registry.
Somehow the system file is corrupt.
I tried repairing it said that the drive where Windows was is locked. How do I unlock it?
I tried sfc /scannow /offbootdir=C:\ /offwindir=C:\Windows
It says Windows Resource Protection could...
I need to repair my Windows 8.1 x64 installation. For that, I need an untouched ISO of Win 8.1 x64. Microsoft.com allows you to download images from here.
What is the architecture? Is it x64 or x32 bit?
I need a Windows 8.1 x64 Pro image. Where can I download that from?
I have already...
Okay I am trying to configure a SIP Phone system on my desktop and I stuck with open a port and how to do port forwarding.
First how to I open a port and verify that that port is open ? Suppose I want to open the port 9000 for both TCP and UDP incoming/outgoing connections. So, correct me if...
Can't I use Windows System Image Backup ?? I am kinda apprehensive about using third party tools to make backups, because if anything goes wrong then not even God can help me. Plus does the software that you have specified above work for GPT disks, because that's what I am using.
Give me the exact procedure of how to do this. I need to know how I can make an image an perform my tinkering. I have been looking all around to make a recovery image of Windows. Please site some references via which I can do this. Please.
Is the following rule that you have given here used for blocking someone who pings my computer from within my network ? Because After applying the rule I can still use ping to ping google.com and my local DNS. Also does blocking ping cause any adverse effects in the network ?
You can never be...
Are you saying that if I disable DNS I will lose Internet access ? I have seen PCs where you cant run ping but have access to the Internet. Isn't DNS done by the DNS servers I specify in my Internet configuration ? Why is there specific services for DNS in Windows then ?
I am was reading about how DNS on local machines can actually help malware. So I wanted to disable DNS on my local machine completely. That is to say when I execute ping www.google.com from cmd.exe I should get the message could not resolve. How do I do...