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  1. MIRC auto install, must be a way!

    If you want a clean install, the latest installer has a switch for silent installs. mirc62.exe /S Otherwise just sfx the whole folder and create shortcuts Then import these two registry values with regedit /S mirc.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\mirc\License] @="XXXX-XXXXXX" [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\mirc\UserName] @="XXXXXXXX" All other reg entries, including uninstall, will be made first time mirc is run.
  2. I bet it's named start.bat or start.cmd which would cause it to call itself over and over.
  3. CMD File Help

    IF has a switch to do case insensitive comparisons. IF /I "blah" == "BLAH" <command>
  4. Not sure if XP prob or hardware..HELP,

    Could be a corrupt driver. Could be a dirty lens. Could be a defective drive.

    Right now... Uptime: 2d 17h:57m:54s WorkingSetSize of explorer.exe is 12050432 (bytes) 12050432 = 11.49MB
  6. Auto Log Off After Log on in XP

    This can be caused by a trojan/virus overwriting the UserInit key in your registry to run itself. Can you boot into 'Safe Mode With Command Prompt'?.
  7. @echo off&setlocal enableextensions for /f "skip=1" %%a in ('wmic useraccount where name^="%username%" get SID') do set UserKey=HKU\%%a echo * %%UserKey%% Value: %Userkey% endlocal&pause
  8. attrib -r "%programfiles%\Alwil Software\Avast4\*" /s
  9. Folder opening trouble

    See this page
  10. To me it seems more useful to lower the length of time that restore points are kept. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SystemRestore] "RPLifeInterval"=dword:00093a80 This will purge restore points older than 7 days, instead of the 90 days that is default. If I haven't needed to restore in 7 days I doubt i ever will, or that doing so would be useful
  11. Why I hate WinXP crap!

    Well it's not quite #7, but close...
  12. help!

    Maybe this could help you Duplicate Icons in the Desktop
  13. no samurize on vista

    read my question again or ask for a better explanation of my problem if you dont understand, thx. Maybe you should read your question again...
  14. Block USB and CD-ROM, how to?

    HOWTO: Use Group Policy to disable USB, CD-ROM, Floppy Disk and LS-120 drivers