SilverBulletUK

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About SilverBulletUK

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    Quite likes the Command Line, but not with chips you understand.
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  1. Well, with PHP you can do the following.... <?php function someFunction($messageString = null) { if($messageString != null) { //Do something } else { //Do something else with user defined $messageString } } ?> Is this not possible? Maybe by specifing a default value?
  2. **** it, I should really test this stuff before I post. !! Back to the command line I go.. Sorry!
  3. FOR /f "usebackq tokens=1" %%i IN (`net use * %SHARE% %PASSWORD% /user:%USERNAME% /PERSISTENT:NO`) DO @echo %%i or FOR /f "usebackq delims= "" tokens=1" %%i IN (`net use * %SHARE% %PASSWORD% /user:%USERNAME% /PERSISTENT:NO`) DO @echo %%i ? maybe
  4. Tools > Option > Calculation It should read 'Automatic'. Good Luck!!!
  5. Here ya go.... I've got one, seems to work fine http://www.dabs.com/ProductView.aspx?Quicklinx=3B7K £59.94 Delivered.
  6. START ["title"] [/Dpath] [/I] [/MIN] [/MAX] [/SEPARATE | /SHARED] [/LOW | /NORMAL | /HIGH | /REALTIME | /ABOVENORMAL | /BELOWNORMA [/WAIT] [/B] [command/program] [parameters] "title" Title to display in window title bar. path Starting directory B Start application without creating a new window. The application has ^C handling ignored. Unless the applic enables ^C processing, ^Break is the only way to inter the application I The new environment will be the original environment p to the cmd.exe and not the current environment. MIN Start window minimized MAX Start window maximized SEPARATE Start 16-bit Windows program in separate memory space SHARED Start 16-bit Windows program in shared memory space LOW Start application in the IDLE priority class NORMAL Start application in the NORMAL priority class HIGH Start application in the HIGH priority class REALTIME Start application in the REALTIME priority class ABOVENORMAL Start application in the ABOVENORMAL priority class BELOWNORMAL Start application in the BELOWNORMAL priority class WAIT Start application and wait for it to terminate You could run it from a batch script using the above command line, works for me!
  7. You will have trouble setting the adaptor via the registry as the adaptor setting lie under a unique ID, you can however configure it from the command line using NETSH. Hope this helps.! SilverB.
  8. This should work, you were nearly there though!! [EDIT] Sorry, I just notcied your error. Net View & Net Localgroup do NOT support the /ALL switch. What exactly are you trying to do? SilverB.
  9. Dont mean to go off topic, but..... Wow, just, wow... ***Bows before Cluberti***
  10. I suppose its possible..... I did initally think you could parse the directory listing of ftp://ftp.download.nvidia.com then just use the highest number to download from... However, it ends up downloading the vista drivers..... I guess, you could, after parsing out the highest numbered folder, then parse the filename to find winxp.... hmmmmmm
  11. Hi all, In my eagerness to install a non-signed Theme, I, erm, tried to hack my SFC_OS.dll and buggered it up. I no longer have a working one, as i forget to backup the original... Would it pleeeeease be possible for someone to provide me copy? Win XP Pro, SP2 English. Thanks, SilverB.
  12. Linkie! Hope this helps.
  13. ORANGE! ORANGE!!! What were they thinking!!!! Any chance somebody can change this for me?! Cheers! SilverB. ZUNE_THEME.zip
  14. Hi all, [in Brief] Currently I have a wireless router in the living room with a laptop connected to it, the laptop has a 160gb network share on it. My question is this, can I just scrap the wireless router, connect my cable modem direct to my laptop, add a USB wireless dongle, install Windows 2003 server and somehow make a PC based Wireless Access Point / Router?? It seems a bit pointless to have 2 items drawing umpteen amount of watt-age when 1 could do.... Ideas? A guide to perform this would be much appreciated! Thanks, SilverB.
  15. Right click taskbar>Select Properties>Click Customise Select Always Hide Connection....