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  • Install Netbeui Quick and easy
    By on January 13th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Install Netbeui Quick and easy
    This tweak is used to install NetBeui a easy way to network computers at home without having to worry about configuring ip addresses etc, it enables windows 98 and earlier to communicate with XP. you can get the files of the XP CD or follow these instructions… 1. download this file:,,0xcd178f960573d611abdb0090277a778c,00.EXE it is all the netbeui files needed to set it up on your computer. 2. copy nbf.sys into the %SYSTEMROOT%SYSTEM32DRIVERS directory 3. copy netnbf.inf into the %SYSTEMROOT%INF directory 4. open network co...
  • Faster and more powerful Internet searching then ever...
    By on January 13th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Faster and more powerful Internet searching then ever before
    This tweak will have you searching the Internet faster and more powerfully then you ever have before. 1. Get TweakUI Powertoy for WindowsXP 2. Start -> Programs -> Powertoys for Windows XP -> TweakUI for Windows XP 3. Click the ‘+’ next to ‘Internet Explorer’ 4. Hightlight ‘Search’ 5. In the right plane click on the ‘Create’ button. 6. For the Prefix, type in ‘Google’ or if you’re REALLY lazy (like me) then just ‘g’ 7. for the URL, enter: The ‘hl&...
  • E-mail Tweaking
    By on January 13th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    E-mail Tweaking
    Tweaking your email, there is a tweak for everything else… so why not your email. This will slightly speed up your retrieving and sending of email. First open Outlook Express and select tools – accounts, highlight your email account and select properties – select the server tab and write down what is in the two boxes for “incoming mail” (POP3) and outgoing mail (SMTP) i.e. mine is “” and “”. Now close all of that and select start run and type “cmd” (without the quotations) and hit enter, type ...
  • Fix A Mangled IP Configuration
    By on January 13th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Fix A Mangled IP Configuration
    In the days before Windows XP, a corrupted IP installation could often be fixed simply by removing and reinstalling TCP/IP. In most cases, the IP-related files remained intact, but some related Registry keys would be corrupted beyond repair. You can’t uninstall TCP/IP in Windows XP, because there is no Uninstall button for this protocol. According to Microsoft, that is because TCP/IP is an integral part of the operating system, and removing it would cause major problems. You can, however, use the Windows XP command line utility NetShell to reset all IP-related Registry settings to their ...
  • Disable Modem Connection Auto-Redial
    By on January 13th, 2009 | 2 Comments2 Comments Comments
    Disable Modem Connection Auto-Redial
    Before I figured how to fix this problem, my computer would connect to the internet right after windows xp starts, or it sometimes just starts connecting when I didn’t ask it to connect. To fix this problem, follow these steps… 1. Go to the “Control Panel” 2. Switch to Classic View (to make life easier) 3. Double-Click “Network Connections” 4. Click “Advanced” from the menu, then click “Dial-up Preference” 5. Under where it says “Enable redial by location”, uncheck all locations. 6. Click “OK” You’re fini...
  • Your Own Home Server
    By on January 12th, 2009 | 2 Comments2 Comments Comments
    Your Own Home Server
    Your Own Home Server – Introduction An Introduction In this tutorial you will learn how to step up your own server. This server will be comprised of Apache 1.3.5, PHP 4.2.0, and MySQL 3.23.49. This tutorial will address the basic setup of a server on your own computer. This means the removal of hassles of dealing with the company that is running a remote web server. It will be easy to modify. You can add any thing you want to it, be it CGI/Perl, Zope, Roxen, etc, all by your self. You will have unlimited disk space, well at least as big as your hard drive is =) Now that you know the adva...
  • Anonymous email
    By on January 12th, 2009 | 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    Anonymous email
    An anonymous remailer is a computer which has been configured to run remailer software. This software is a specialized kind of email server software. Unlike average email server which goes to great lengths to log all incoming/outgoing traffic and add identifying and traceable info to its outgoing mail (in the form of headers) remailer software ensures that outgoing mail has been STRIPPED CLEAN of any identifying information! Thus the name ‘anonymous’ remailer. The remailer performs certain automated tasks which include retrieving mail, decrypting/processing that mail (only mail tha...
  • How to enable/disable php safe_mode
    By on January 8th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    How to enable/disable php safe_mode
    You have root access :It is very simple to active safe mode on the entire server. All you need to do is just edit the php.ini file. If you can’t find where php.ini is or have multiple copies on your server the best thing to do is run follwing command on shell . #php -i |grep php.ini A few lines down you’ll see this: Configuration File (php.ini) Path: /usr/local/Zend/etc/php.ini or /etc/php.ini 1) Open up php.ini . vi /path to php/php.ini (replace with the path to your php.ini file) 2) Find the following line: safe_mode 3) Turning safe mode on or off. safe_mode = Off You may activ...
  • Fix problems with USB DSL/Cable modems
    By on January 8th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Fix problems with USB DSL/Cable modems
    Some usb dsl/cable modems may get disconnected after a little while. A possible reason that could cause this problem is that in windows xp there is an option that allows the computer to turn off a usb device to save power. To disable this option: 1) click start, highlight my computer, right click and select properties and a window will pop up with the system properties 2) click on the hardware tab and press the device manager button 3) expand the universal serial bus controllers 4) Double click on the USB Root Hub. 5)Select the Power Management tab and UNTICK the “allow the computer to t...
  • What is Network Routing
    By on January 8th, 2009 | 2 Comments2 Comments Comments
    What is Network Routing
    You will be able to find the basic network routing overview, router configuration, router working, simulations static routes and routing table. Routing is the process of defining routes for the packets to its destination through an internetwork and this is performed by the router. Routing is consist of two separate tasks. 1. Defining paths for the packets through and internetwork. 2. Forwarding data packets based on their predefined paths. Generally, there are two types of routing. STATIC AND DYNAMIC ROUTING Routing can be performed by manually defining the routes or paths for packets to reach...