ReDucTor

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  1. why not use a batch file for this? with netsh?
  2. Try [L,QSA] for last then query string append
  3. slashdot ofcourse But i'd say you already knew that
  4. Output buffering is probably being used. Try this at the top of your script. ob_implicit_flush(true); Or you can start using flush() through out your code.
  5. The only bug i've found is having a proxy which requires auth, that appears to be crashing virtual box if i dont close the manager window quick enough. (still present in recent versions), hence i cant do that rego thing on first startup
  6. reg query "HKLM\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\Scsi" /s Its simple registry keys.
  7. Get some seagate raptors, or cheetahs, upgrade it to SAS.
  8. IRC. Anyone who wants me and knows me and isnt on irc can call i reckon. I very rarely go on MSN too many anoying people on it.
  9. http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/f...ocessExists.htm Try process exists instead If ProcessExists ("wweb32.exe") == 0 Then run("C:\Program Files\WordWeb\wweb32.exe") sleep(100) EndIf Send("^!w")
  10. Read this http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c-vs-c++.html
  11. I'd go with the rubbish bin with it. You dont want to try installing Windows 95 via floppys because you'll end up throwing it in the bin, when you get half way through and find one floppy is damaged. Plus it takes for ever. I had an old IBM which I had to install Windows 95 on via floppy disks. 98 however I've never seen on floppy. Take the HDD out, plug it into a diff pc, copy install files onto it, put it back in.
  12. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa371464(VS.85).aspx objItem.Description = "ahaha"
  13. If its media centre you want and your not too fussy about raid, etc. Grab one of these http://cgi.ebay.com.au/3-5-HDD-Media-Playe...1QQcmdZViewItem Or essentially get an old xbox, chip it, then use xbmc (alot cheaper) Then if you want it running 24/7 you might need to mod it to keep it cool a bit.
  14. FreeNAS is pretty easy to setup, doesnt take a few hours. A few minutes more like it. But then it doesn't fall into USB compatible. If he just wants to use explorer for it, then Samba will work to access FreeNAS. What do you describe as a good one? What features are you going to use which you want out of an expensive one? How many clients are going to be accessing it?