RahulPatel–twikies…

April 18, 2010

Microsoft Fix it Center(currently in Beta)

Filed under: Server 2003,Server 2008,Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows XP — Rahul Patel @ 9:50 am

Fix it Center finds and fixes many common PC and device problems automatically. It also helps prevent new problems by proactively checking for known issues and installing updates. Fix it Center helps to consolidate the many steps of diagnosing and repairing a problem into an automated tool that does the work for you…..

Microsoft Fix it Center Online

February 16, 2010

“Automated Troubleshooting Services” for Windows XP & Windows Vista

Filed under: Windows Vista,Windows XP — Rahul Patel @ 9:29 am

Common system maintenance tasks

Automatically detect and fix common maintenance problems such as broken desktop shortcuts, unused icons, disk volume errors, and incorrect system time display.

What it fixes…

* Problems with desktop shortcuts and icons
o Shortcuts on the desktop don’t work or are broken
o Desktop icons are broken or have not been used in 3 months
o Startup items don’t work or are broken
* System maintenance tasks
o Free up disk space by repairing disk volume errors such as bad sectors, lost clusters, cross-linked files and directory errors
o Free up disk space by removing error reports and troubleshooting history older than 1 month
o Set the correct system time and synchronize system clock with the time server
* You receive the following errors:
o Windows update error 0x80072F8F
o The item that this shortcut refers to has been deleted

How it works…
Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services scans your computer and detects the root causes of common problems, then
Automatically fixes the problems that it finds, and
Offers additional resources if the problem isn’t fixed

http://support.microsoft.com/gp/system_maintenance_for_windows

November 4, 2009

RDP 7 for Windows XP and Windows Vista

Filed under: Windows Vista,Windows XP — Rahul Patel @ 3:28 pm

Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) 7.0 client available to Windows XP and Windows Vista.

For Windows XP :
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=72158b4e-b527-45e4-af24-d02938a95683

For Windows Vista :
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=ac7e58f3-2fd4-4fec-abfd-8002d34476f4

For Windows Vista x64 :
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=11e7a081-22a8-4da7-a6c5-cdc1ac51a1a4

More details : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/969084

April 4, 2009

‘The Required Section Was Not Found in the INF’ Error Message in Windows XP

Filed under: Windows 2000,Windows XP — Rahul Patel @ 4:08 pm

Issue
Shortly after plugging in the printer during installation, the following error message displays: The Required Section Was Not found in the INF . It does not matter if the software or hardware is installed first, and uninstalling and reinstalling will not resolve the issue. Clicking the Finish button is the only option. The other components of the installation do finish normally.

NOTE:This document can also resolve some Cannot Find File Specified errors, including ones that do not allow browsing for the missing file.

Goto following link:http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00278578#manually

December 10, 2008

Product Key not accepted after Integrating SP3 media

Filed under: Windows XP — Rahul Patel @ 11:19 am

The problem arises if the /integrate command is run under Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. The /integrate process will not report any error and appear to work but if you try to install from the media your product key may not be accepted. Luckily the fix is easy. Run the /integrate command under Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. For more information around this issue

see http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;950722

November 22, 2008

Remove the stored credentials

Filed under: Windows XP — Rahul Patel @ 4:12 am

You can view and remove the stored credentials on your computer using the following steps:

  1. Click Start and select Run.
  2. Type in rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr and Click OK.
  3. The Stored User Names and Passwords dialog box will appear.
  4. You can remove an entry by selecting it from the list and clicking the Remove button.
  5. Click Close.

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