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redoz

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  1. can you send me an invite please? i think i forgot to post my email with previous post, in case i didnt, its: oz.alnaib@gmail.com regards.
  2. [Question] Bootable virtual drive!?

    too complicated!, hmm, i thought of something else, make a small partition( small as in 2 GB!) for a desired image, but again, can i make it bootable ? I know I'm sounding pretty stupid, but ah well Im not one of a kind!
  3. Problem with Task Manager

    Open Registry Editor (Regedit.exe) and navigate to: HKCU \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies\ System In the right-pane, double-click DisableTaskMgr and set it's data to 0
  4. Help me!, Recently i got myself an hp compaq nx6110 notebook, with two cd's, one with winxp home,the other is a dvd full of drivers and applications, hmm, thats not what i wanted to say, i was wondering if anyone knew something about making a snapshot( a drive image) using ghost or acronis true image, mount this image to a virtual drive, and then make this drive permanent(as in bootable by DOS) is there any possibility to do that? it would be great since a friend of mine got himself a dell with no cd's, just an option to restore everything(windows,drivers...etc) in one click, and toshiba's are including a default image on a dvd with their laptops. regards to all Please NOW in Microsoft Windows XP section, use [TAGS] in your topic's title. See rules. --Sonic
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