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  1. 1. Mount the Windows 64 6-in-1 DVD (file x64dvd-xiso.iso) 2. Autorun to run setup.exe 3. Click perform additional tasks 4. Click Stand-Alone isos 5. Choose version of windows u want 2 make ISO for 6. wait and watch ... cdimage.exe will get executed to make ISO .. all automatic 7. ISO appears in ur C drive with name like "Windows.XP.x64.Corp-XiSO.iso", etc
  2. Now why did you bring PCs into the picture? And even laptops are personal devices that is only your to be used.
  3. Smartphones are great. But you can't compare them with laptops I myself am a big fan of the Nokia's Series 60 Smartphones and had also wrote an article about it long ago (posted here). The biggest disadvantages of a smartphone over a laptop are - 1. the size of the screen is TOO small on a smartphone, you CANNOT make a document or presentation or even browse the net comfortably 2. The speed and memory. Now dont tell me you can work on Adobe Photoshop or Macromedia Dreamweaver on a smartphone 3. The input interface lacks on a smartphone.... cluttered keypad ... or at the most pen input...? (although this problem maybe solved as you mentioned above, prathap, but the wireless keyboards don't come along with the phone for free... u have to buy them) That said, I still don't say that Smartphones are useless. They are very handy gadgets... small yet powerful and provide limitless possibilities. The smartphones which are comparable to laptops maybe the Nokia Series 80 (Communicator) or the UIQ phones (Sony Erricson, Siemens, Motorola). They have fast processors (on the scale of mobile phones), enough RAM and storage memory and come with loads of pre-installed applications for office use. But then, wouldn't it be better to buy a laptop instead, since the class of smartphones you are discussing (those comparable with laptops) are more expensive than a decent laptop! Even better, I would go and buy a cheap smartphone (for my mobile phone, camera, bluetooth, radio, email and other small needs) and a decent laptop along with it.. Well, prathap, if your talking smartphones alone, then they're great, but comparing them with laptops would be like thinking too much in the future.
  4. Thanks a lot man . No, files not recovered yet, but im now able to open the drive atleast and I can see the folders in it. Now I'll try recovery with AEFSDR.
  5. I have erased the old hd. But I told you that I had also copied the EFS partition from the old HD to the new one before erasing the old HD, so you misunderstood me there. If you can't log onto the old install then it's too late. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Before erasing the old HD, I had also copied the partition (on which the old windows install resided) to the new HD. So I CAN logon to the old install, but the only difference is that its now located on the new hd. Thanks for the support guys, but there is just a small misunderstanding here. I still have the EFS partition intact (not erased or anything) and I CAN login to the old install Waiting for a response
  6. Why is it too late ? I know about AEFSDR....... but the problem the drive is says "Access Denied" when i try to open the drive...and so AEFSDR is unable to decrypt/recover any file.
  7. Let me make my situation a little clearer NOW at the moment, I have 2 hard disks. Old one is "wiped", and formatted into one single partition. I had my EFS drive on the old partition. BEFORE wiping and formatting the old drive, I had copied both my EFS drive and my old windows installation onto the new hard disk. On the new HD, apart from these 2 partitions there is another partition on which i made a fresh installation of windows XP. Now the problem is that I cant access the EFS drive even from the old windows installation (which i run from the new hd). I also want to tell you that I had resized the EFS partition (on the new HD), if it makes a difference. Thanks for your support Looking forward to a solution
  8. Here's my problem: I bought my new hard disk 1 week ago. I installed Windows XP SP2 onto the new hard disk after basic partitioning. I just copied data from the old hard disk to the new one.. except one partition on the old hd. That partition is an NTFS partition with EFS enabled, all files on it were encrypted. I used acronis "Copy partition" feature to copy the whole partition as it is to the free space of the new hd. Now the problem is that I cant even open that partition in the new XP installation and not even in the old one. I didnt know this would happen and I wiped out the old hd and later came to know about this . I still have the old windows installation (I copied that partition on the new hd too, just in case). I also know my previous installation's username and password. I've tried recovery using Acronis RecoveryExpert, GetDataBack for NTFS, and even the RAW recovery of EasyRecovery Pro. Please help me. I have very important data on that EFS partition. Thanks in advance
  9. The link of the Support thread is not working. Thanks again for your efforts.
  10. Great work nOBeLium. Thank you for this wonderful thread.
  11. Mails are not stored in the profile folder (atleast in the case of Opera 8 build 7483). Browse to this folder- C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Opera\Opera 8 Beta\ Copy both the folders profile and mail somewhere else, then follow the procedure given above.
  12. Unexpected news. This raises many questions. What will be the fate of the industry standard tools for developing rich and interactive content for the web namely Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks and FreeHand ? (not to mention Macromedia's wide range of other authoring and collaboration software) Combined development ? Integration of software ? PDF + Flash ? The "positive" aspect of this consolidation could be that if Adobe's and Macromedia's cultures meld well, they could present Microsoft with significant competition in the office-document creation software market.
  13. I've been using BulletProof FTP Server since a long time. It has all the features which one needs - account management, quotas, ratios, access rights, and best of all it uses ini files to store its settings. You can find many addons of bpftp server on the net to further increase its functionality.
  14. Well, I've been using Knoppix LiveCD from V3.2 It's really very useful. It saved my life once, when I had messed up with my partition table using Acronis DiskDirector 9. I used Knoppix to recover it from my ptable backup on the net.
  15. I am sure there are some people with very old configuration/OS which would love to use this tool.