Java Environment Complete Download Links

October 29, 2007

I’ve just been learning Java in my college. It’s really cool. I love it. ūüôā

If you want to learn Java, at least you have to install 3 application on your computer. Here they are:

– Java(TM) SE Development Kit 6 Update 3
http://sdlc-esd.sun.com/ESD36/JSCDL/jdk/6u3/jdk-6u3-windows-i586-p.exe (65.64 MB)

– Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 6 Update 3
http://sdlc-esd.sun.com/ESD36/JSCDL/jdk/6u3/jre-6u3-windows-i586-p.exe (13.93 MB)

– NetBeans IDE 5.5.1
http://dlc.sun.com/netbeans/download/5_5_1/fcs/200704122300/netbeans-5_5_1-windows.exe (53.72 MB)

Total files size you have to download: 133.29 MB

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PC Media AntiVirus (PCMAV) RC20

October 24, 2007

This is a new version of PC Media AntiVirus RC20.

Download link: http://rapidshare.com/files/56515586/P-C-M-4-V-RC20.zip


ANSAV +EA 1.8.7 – All In One

October 24, 2007

This is the new version of ANSAV.

Download link: http://ansav.com/component/option,com_docman/task,doc_download/gid,12/


Windows Crystal XP: Yet Another Hacked Varian?

October 8, 2007

Many people in the world are wondering to know the source code of Microsoft Windows.

Then, that dream came true. Few months ago, source code of few Windows’ (Windows NT, Windows¬†2000¬†and¬†Windows¬†XP)¬†are revealed! Even the source code of Microsoft Office 2007 (the new one). What a big strike!

Yes,¬†it’s¬†true.¬†Few¬†commercial¬†warez¬†provide¬†those¬†just for few dollars.

And the result, there are so many modificaton of compiled Windows available on the net.
One of them is Windows Crystal XP.

They gave some extreme modification of their custom compiled Windows and called Next Generation Operating System? What a same! It’s Windows instead!

You can see the few shots below:







I search the net then found these link to download.
ATTENTION: I take NO responsibility about these links. If you want to make some complainment, please don’t point to me.

http://depositfiles.com/files/1669212
http://depositfiles.com/files/1669208
http://depositfiles.com/files/1669211
http://depositfiles.com/files/1669207
http://depositfiles.com/files/1669209
http://depositfiles.com/files/1669205
http://depositfiles.com/files/1669186


Ghost compatibility between computers that have different hardware

October 7, 2007

Situation:
You created an image of a computer that had an installation of Windows 95/98/Me or Windows NT/2000/XP. You want to know whether you can write that image to a computer that has different hardware.

Solution:
In most cases, different hardware is not a problem. Normally, the devices that may cause problems will be those that need drivers installed. These include video cards, sound cards, modems, network interfaces, or other similar devices. If they are different on the destination computer than they are on the source computer, most Windows versions automatically detect this difference and make the appropriate changes.

If the devices are not automatically detected by Windows, and there appears to be a conflict, uninstall the conflicting devices and restart the computer. Windows should now automatically re-detect the appropriate hardware.
Note: The ability to restore an image from one computer to a another computer that has different hardware is highly dependent on the operating system being cloned and the particular hardware involved. Symantec cannot determine in advance whether the particular hardware combination on your computer will be successful in restoring an image. If the imaging process is not successful, consult Ghost documentation for system requirements or consult the Ghost Knowledge Base for a description of the problem.

Exception for switching between IDE and SCSI drives

When you clone an image of a Windows NT/2000/XP computer that has an IDE drive to a computer that has a SCSI drive, the computer may have problems accessing the drive after cloning. That is, Windows NT/2000/XP are dependent upon drivers for the appropriate drive type, and switching drive types may cause you to lose access to the drive on the destination computer.

Restoring to many computers
If you are planning to create an image and restore it on multiple computers with different hardware, it is best to do a little pre-clone preparation. At the source computer, copy the installation files from the Windows 95, 98, or NT installation CD to the hard drive. Then, install the operating system from those files. After the system has been set up, remove the hardware that you know may cause a problem from the Device Manager before creating the image. As long as you remove the devices, shut down the computer, then create the image without restarting into Windows, the destination computers will automatically detect the appropriate hardware and install the appropriate drivers.

If you installed Windows from the installation CD, rather than by copying the files to the drive before installation, you will need the Windows installation CD so Windows can access its library of drivers.

Source: Norton Ghost Website


Disable or Remove Scandisk on Startup in Windows XP

October 6, 2007

The command for¬†disable¬†scandisk¬†in¬†Windows¬†XP¬†at¬†startup is “chkntfs” (without quotes)…

1) Get to “RUN” menu
2) Enter “cmd” in menu window to get to command line
3) At prompt enter cd\ to get to root of C:
4) At prompt chkntfs /x c: This will disable CHKDSK from running on drive C:


Finaly, I Got My First Client

October 1, 2007

After long long time, finaly I got my first client in webpage design and development.

Just visit http://www.cahayarahman.com. Yeah, the design is inspired from some website, but.. it’s my creation.

It’s about car rent in Banjarbaru (Banjarmasin), Indonesia.

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