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  • Computer Acronyms
    By on January 9th, 2009 | 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    Computer Acronyms
    ADSL – Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line AGP – Accelerated Graphics Port ALI – Acer Labs, Incorporated ALU – Arithmetic Logic Unit AMD – Advanced Micro Devices APC – American Power Conversion ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange ASIC – Application Specific Integrated Circuit ASPI – Advanced SCSI Programming Interface AT – Advanced Technology ATI – ATI Technologies Inc. ATX – Advanced Technology Extended — B — BFG – BFG Technologies BIOS – Basic Input Output System BNC –...
  • How to make a custom windows/error box
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    How to make a custom windows/error box
    Introduction: This tutorial will teach you how to create a custom windows/error box by just inserting some VBS Codes. First, open your favourite Text Editor … Notepad would be great. Now, copy this VBScipts code and paste it. x = MsgBox(“Your text”, ,”Message Box Title”) Now, save it, MAKE SURE IT IS .vbs ! Like messagebox.vbs Ok, now that’s done, try to open it… You should see the box smile.gif Lets go advance… Edit or open a new Notepad… Copy the same codes and paste it… x = MsgBox(“Your text”, ,”Message Box Title&...
  • Active Server Pages
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    Active Server Pages
    ASP: Another acronym (As if you hadnt guessed) which stands for “Active Server Pages”. This suggests quite a lot about the technology already, in that its processed, or parsed server side and its dynamic in nature, rather than static technologies like HTML. ASP is a Microsoft technology, browser independent language and it programmatically creates HTML – which is what makes it dynamic. ASP is not the first offering of dynamic page content, but its one of the most powerful and at the time of writing, the most used server-side scripting technology on the web. ASP makes interact...
  • AJAX Basics
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    AJAX Basics
    In this article I don’t want to show you the history of AJAX and discuss its pros and cons, but only focus on how to create a basic working AJAX – PHP communication. The only important thing at the moment is that AJAX uses JavaScript so it need to be enabled in your browser to successfully complete this tutorial. To demonstrate the AJAX PHP connection we will create a very simple form with 2 input fields. In the first field you can type any text and we will send this text to our PHP script which will convert it to uppercase and sends it back to us. At the end we will put the result...
  • Beginner’s JavaScript Tutorial
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    Beginner’s JavaScript Tutorial
    Introduction This course deals with Scripts. A Script is a segment of code that manipulates the browser and its contents in ways that is not possible with ordinary HTML or Cascading Style Sheets. By using a script in your web pages, you can gain more control of how the page looks and behaves: dates and times can be added to the page, form elements validated before the contents are sent, browser details checked, cookies set, even simple games can be added to a web page – all with a scripting language. The learning curve for scripting is a lot a steeper than HTML and Style Sheets. But you ...
  • 301, 302 Redirects
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    301, 302 Redirects
    You can forward or mask a domain name to redirect to another domain of your choosing. When specifying the information for redirecting the page, you can use either a 301 or 302 redirect. If you are redirecting your domain to a web site A 301 redirect sends people to the site you specified in the Forward To field using a “301 Moved Permanently” HTTP response. The HTTP 301 response code tells user-agents (including search engines) that the location has permanently moved. A 302 redirect sends people to the site you specified in the Forward To field using a “302 Found” HTTP ...
  • Recover a Corrupted System File
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    Recover a Corrupted System File
    If an essential Windows file gets whacked by a virus or otherwise corrupted, restore it from the Windows CD. Search the CD for the filename, replacing the last character with an underscore; for example, Notepad.ex_. If it’s found, open a command prompt and enter the command EXPAND, followed by the full pathname of the file and of the desired destination: EXPAND D:SETUPNOTEPAD.EX_ C:WindowsNOTEPAD.EXE. If either pathname contains any spaces, surround it with double quotes. If the file isn’t found, search on the unmodified filename. It will probably be inside a CAB file, which Win XP...
  • Making system property professional look
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    Making system property professional look
    Open note pad write following [General] Manufacturer = your company Name Model = your computer model Support URL = Your Company Website Local Files = link to any html file [Support information] Line 1 = First line of support information[/b][/b] (u can add more lines if u need) Save it as OEMINFO.ini if you want to add some pictures in System property create pictures of 172 x 172 pix and save it as OEMLOGO.bmp Now copy two files OEMINFO.ini and OEMLOGO.bmp in C:windowssystem32 And Restart you system. After restart open Start Control panelsystem or press Windows key + pause break to look the ch...
  • Change WinXP Home into WinXP Pro!!
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    Change WinXP Home into WinXP Pro!!
    You can change Windows XP Home edition into Windows XP Pro (Well…. almost). So those people who are using WinXP Home and miss some of the cool features of the Pro edition like Group Policy Editor and Remote Desktop, here is the way to do it. 1. First copy the winXP Home Cd to your hard disk 2. Now Open Regedit. 3. Highlight HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. 4. Click File -> Load Structure -> i386Setupreg.hiv 5. Assign an arbitrary name to the imported structure e.g. Homekey. 6. Goto HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEHomekeyControlSet001Services setupdd. 7. Edit the binary key default and change 01 to 00 and 02...
  • How to turn off Turbocache in XP
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    How to turn off Turbocache in XP
    What is Turbocache ? NVIDIA’s TurboCache technology is a method of allowing video cards more available framebuffer memory by using both on-board video memory and main system memory. Main memory is accessed using the high-bandwidth PCI-Express bus. TurboCache was developed as a means to provide a better cost/performance ratio by reducing the amount of memory modules on the video card. According to NVIDIA, a GeForce 6200 with TurboCache will perform about four times better than the Intel GMA 900. As with integrated graphics, the operating system may report a lower amount of main memory tha...