10. May 2008 08:53
While you had to Cannot log on after changing keyboard settings, you can now just configure it.
All you have to do is:
- Open control panel
- open the regional and language options
- go to the advanced tab
- Activate the "Apply all settings to the current user account and to the default user profile"
- Press Apply or OK, log off and you will see that the keyboard has the layout you wanted...
The same solution is valid for Windows XP.
18. April 2008 17:02
I regularly have some clients with network problems. Using this article I solved a lot of problems. The article How to troubleshoot TCP/IP connectivity with Windows XP describes a lot of useful tools to determine where the network problem exists.
If you suspect problems with the Tcp/IP stack. You can use the article on TechNet: Reset the Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) stack in windows XP. Because the TCP/IP stack is considered a core component of the Windows XP operating system, you cannot remove it. You need to follow the instructions given in the article. Being...
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
27. February 2008 14:14
It can be very annoying if the "auto completion" method not not available in the Windows XP Dos Prompt (read: command prompt).
If you type: cmd /f it will be activated for the current session. If you want to activate it on a pc (or change the key which is by default TAB), then visit the link.
How To Use Automatic Completion with a Command Prompt in Windows XP