Rockstar Games has done it again with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. An outstanding sequel in a line of games geared for adults. If you enjoyed GTA3, you will love Vice City. Out now on the PlayStation 2.
I have posted updated information on the "few clicks" method of tweaking your Windows XP Services via my Registry Patch Page. It now includes Windows XP Home as well as Windows XP Pro Registry Patch Files.
Boot into safe mode and install this registry patch. It will place RPC service back into automatic. After applying the registry fix, you should be able to boot normally. This file contains only the “Start” key: The “RpcSs” service, this information is applied: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RpcSs] “Start”=dword:00000002 Download File Name: RpcRepair.zip ~ 288 bytes ~ Version .01 ~ October 28, 2002 If this does not fix the problem, you can attempt to reinstall Windows on top of the old installation. This usually repairs the OS, but keeps user data still accessible. However, [Continue Reading]
Posted is an Install Guide for Red Hat 8.0. Do not forget the option of Multi-Booting your system. Check that Guide out, also.
Due to some rather strange problems with streaming PDF files, I have zipped up the Service Configurations. This is not without other benefits, also, since my bandwidth use has went through the roof. 🙂
After an extremely long wait, I have posted a downloadable PDF version of the Windows 2000 Services Pages. Please check out this page for updated information.
Brian Livingston mentions www.blkviper.com in his Windows Manager Column for InfoWorld magazine, again. 🙂 Links mentioned: Windows 2000 Services Windows XP Services Windows XP Super Tweaks
This is due to spammers exploiting a feature that has been in Windows since Windows NT 3.5, but not Windows 95, 98, Me. It is called the “net send” command. This has nothing to do with MSN Messenger, nor is it “WinPopUp.” The reason spammers have begun to target this “feature” is the fact that people are beginning to adopt OS’s built on NT, such as XP. Previously, the un-requested popups were not a problem because so few people were running an OS that supported it. To test for this [Continue Reading]
After an extremely long wait, I have posted a downloadable PDF version of the XP Services Pages. Please check out this page for updated information.
Posted is an OS Install Guide for Windows XP Home. Enjoy! I also adjusted the right and left navigation information to combine the "right" with the "left." I feel it makes for much less wasted space.