Windows does not create a memory dump file when a Stop error occurs in Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012
Consider the following scenario:
You connect a storage device that is controlled by Microsoft Multipath I/O (MPIO) to a computer that is running Window 8 or Windows Server 2012.
Today I found a working custom theme patch for Windows 8 RTM. Download Ultra UXTheme Patcher.While installing the application it will patch the 3 dlls requried for the custom themes for works.
[*=left]UltraUXThemePatcher 2.0 (158836 bytes)
I though we should have a thread about few tips and tricks on Windows 8 CP which would help people out. I just installed Windows 8 CP on my VMWare(8.0.1 build-592240).
When I move the mouse pointer to Right side corner on the Desktop you'll see "Start" and if you Right click on it...
Windows 8 Log Collector is a standalone exe file that will help you to easily collect the log files for MSINFO32, Minidump, event logs, host file, and Internet Explorer in Windows 8.
Icons : Zune Windows Logo
Buttons: Yet Another Button & Easy Button
The collected log files will be displayed...
Make it easy to use the start menu in Windows 8 with this gadget! Change the Start menu of Windows 7 and Windows 8. With one click change the Start menu style!
Shows a gadget in desktop with current Windows startmenu style
Change the Start menu...
I disabled UAC still I have to Right click and run as admin for gain full access. For example with Command Prompt, i was trying to run bcd command it gave me access deined then I had to elevate the cmd to gain full access which is ridicules.
I'm not getting the correct resolution in VirtualBox for Windows 8. I tried to install the Guest additions but I still can see the yellow exclamation on Display drivers. Tried to manually extract and install no go.
It's Windows 8 64-bit on Windows 7 x64 VirtualBox ... Any idea?
Leaked Presentation Reveals Microsoft's Plans For Windows 8
A leaked Microsoft presentation for hardware makers on Windows 8 reveals some insight into how the company is thinking about its next operating system upgrade. The leak comes from the Microsoft Journal, an enthusiast blog written...
One of the great (or maybe not so great) things of being at Microsoft is that every other person wants to ask you why Windows works the way it does. Since I'm part of the Windows update team I get asked even more why does my machnie reboot everytime there is an update and why are there so many...