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Microsoft you provide me work – thank you

Set Google as default search

IE v9 shit

http://www.google.com/insidesearch/instant-about.html
http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features.html

http://www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators.html

Updates in XP – just plain FUCK OFF in XP Pro. If you run Microsoft Windows, your machine has high degree of being hit by a Zero Day Exploit, so why loose 15% of your boot up time to all the patches, that alledgely make it more secure? TLD4 – BBC Newest Adobe zero-day PDF exploit ‘scary,’ says researcher

Fuck off updates in XP Home

How to burn HP Recovery Disc without using Recovery Manager?

http://forum.notebookreview.com/hp-compaq/132849-how-burn-hp-recovery-disc-without-using-recovery-manager.html

Re: How to burn HP Recovery Disc without using Recovery Manager?
you can restore the MBR, the procedure is given below and then use the

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F11 key to restore your system completely. After that you can burn your recovery discs.

This procedure will perform a destructive restore ( delete all data on the hard drive). So make sure you backup your data before starting out.

The recovery partition is visible as

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D:
after a clean install. It may be another drive letter on your system so make sure you change it to D: . Explore this recovery partition, the files may be hidden so you may need to go to

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Tools > Folder Options > View >
, select

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show hidden files and folders
, and uncheck

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Hide Extensions for known File types
and uncheck

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Hide protected operating system files ( Recommended )
. Then you must be able to view a folder named

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miniNT
and inside this folder
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System32
.

Make sure you have two files inside the D:\miniNT\System32 folder, the first one

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MBRInst.exe
and the second one

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MBR.ini
now go to
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Start > RUN >
type
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D:\miniNT\System32\MBRInst.exe /ini D:\miniNT\System32\MBR.ini /r /q
and hit enter.

restart your system, your system will boot into recovery mode & resotre your system completely, after which you can create your recovery disks.

hope this helps

regards

Last edited by cluelessME : 08-29-2007 at 04:16 AM.

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