halaxa

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  1. Hi. I work as a member of the Power User group on my W7 machine - user "filip". As I sometimes need to do something as an administrator I made myself a shortcut on desktop: runas /user:administrator cmd When I run it and type the password, correct Administrator's command line appears. In the tasklist it says it was run by Administrator. But any command I run from it (explorer, control appwiz.cpl, etc...) doesn't inherit the right privileges. Instead it's started as a process of filip. That worked perfectly on XP. Where is the catch in 7? I use Professional edition. Thanks in advance, Filip
  2. Hello, I know that it is impossible to use fast user switching in xp pro machine connected to a domain. That's why remote desktop hack for more users/domain users in xp doesn't work on domain machines. But what if there was a domain user logged and I would like to use remote desktop just as local user/superuser on the same machine without logging the domain user off? Is there any hack to allow this? One domain user physically and more local users over remote desktop simultaneously on one machine? Again, the system is XP Pro. I suppose it's not possible, but still.. Thanks a lot!
  3. Hi, I use Combined Community Codec Pack
  4. Hi. I'm not sure by this solution, but that's how I would try it: Be sure the SATA disk is connected to slot number 0. The PATA disk souhld be set as SLAVE and try to connect it to the secondary ide channel.
  5. Hi. I don't know about any method. But what I do know is, that the start menu dynamically changes it's width by its content. So if you for example remove the option "set program access and defaults", it will narrow down. It behaves that way when the simple start menu is enabled. If you have the two-column menu, i'm not sure.
  6. Hi, in my opinion XP is still more usabe. Unless you have a real HW monster, install XP. With 2GB ram you can turn off the pagefile and the speed of the system is awesome. But 2GB for vista is minimum/average. All software works with xp perfectly and there will be SP3 for XP released on spring and they say it will really increase the XP speed even more. It's fast, stable, reliable and relatively bug fixed system. You can't say that about Vista yet. Vista has of course some new features etc., but it really decreases the potential hw capability which you have paid for. That's MY opinion:)
  7. Hi, in my opinion XP is still more usabe. Unless you have a real HW monster, install XP. With 2GB ram you can turn off the pagefile and the speed of the system is awesome. But 2GB for vista is minimum/average. All software works with xp perfectly and there will be SP3 for XP released on spring and they say it will really increase the XP speed even more. It's fast, stable, reliable and relatively bug fixed system. You can't say that about Vista yet. Vista has of course some new features etc., but it really decreases the potential hw capability which you have paid for. That's MY opinion:)
  8. That is not the direct link. It depends on a cookie set by M$ server, joined with the product key. Follow rather this general link: http://www.microsoft.com/office/backup/ and follow the instructions as if you are to purchase the disks. On the page with personal info (address, name, etc.) is YOUR OWN link to download page. There you have 7 attempts to download. Enjoy!
  9. is the partition on the external disk big enough?
  10. Hi, I'm missing the part, where you checked your computer with antivirus:)
  11. If you want to also kill any process, you can use taskkill you can type taskkill /? for more options
  12. Hey, nice.. I think I'm gonna check it:)
  13. Maybe it would be easier to use an third party software. Here is an example: http://www.webkeysoft.com/en/process_manager_2_lite.php btw It was the first link here http://www.google.cz/search?hl=cs&q=se...=Hledat&lr=
  14. I'm back. Problem is solved. I performed a deep googling and here is the solution for those, who have the same problem. You have to created these registry enteries, which are dword type. Insert the values in the brackets: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\IGMPLevel (2) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\IGMPVersion (4) You have to restart the computer to make it run. Enjoy!
  15. Hi, I got a problem. I want to recieve a network stream through an rtp protocol with VLC player. But no video is showing up. I've tried the same thing with a compuer running windows XP sp2 pro, and it works without a single problem. Firewall is off, Win firewall as well. I 've tried to solve it by selecting Win gdi, DirectX or OpenGL as a display device, but nothing. It seems like the IGMP protocol is disabled somewhere in Win Vista. But I don't know. Does anyone have an idea? Thanks, Filip