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1. How to clear the paging file when shutdown
Open Control Panel, click Administrative tools → local security policy → local policy → security options, double-click the shutdown: Clean virtual memory paging file item, click the Enabled option on the pop-up menu, and click OK.
2. How to configure Windows XP Services yourself
If you are using Windows XP on a stand-alone machine, then many service components are not needed at all, and additional service programs affect the speed of the system and can be completely disabled by these redundant service components. Click "Start → control Panel → admin tools → services", pop-up Service List window, some services have been started, some have not. We can view the description of the corresponding service item and close the unwanted service. such as "Alerter", if you do not connect to the LAN and do not need to manage alerts, you can turn it off.
3. What is the function of SMARTDRV program?
Phenomenon: In many introductory articles about Windows XP installations: "If Windows XP is very slow to install in DOS, it is definitely not running Smartdrv.exe before installation." I want to ask the Smartdrv.exe file what 饔?
Smartdrv.exe This file must be clear to friends who are familiar with DOS, and the main purpose is to increase caching for disk file reads and writes. It is known that memory reads and writes much higher than disk, and if memory is read-write cache can effectively improve the efficiency of the system. Smartdrv.exe This file is in each version of Windows installation CD or windows/command/on the hard disk, only dozens of KB, copy this file to the floppy disk, start the system directly run this program (can not add parameters, The program automatically allocates the appropriate memory space as a cache based on the memory size, and then installs Windows XP. Also remind everyone that this program does not run after Windows is installed, otherwise windows available memory will be reduced.
4, Win32k.sys is what document
Phenomenon: I just installed Windows XP, but then go on to install poison PA found virus, located in f:winnt SYSTEM32 Win32k.sys file, delete and can not be deleted, isolation and not, under Windows 98 or DOS Delete will cause Windows XP can not be restarted? , what is the document used, what method to solve??
This file is a driver file for Windows XP multiuser management. A backup of this file is available under the X:windowssystem32dllcache directory. Just copy this backup to X:windowssystem32 to replace the file with the virus. Make a Windows 98 Startup disk and copy the Attrib.exe file to the floppy disk, which is in the X:windowscommand directory on the machine with Windows 98 installed. In the BIOS advanced BIOS Features, the boot sequence is adjusted to boot from disk A, enter DOS, enter the X:windowssystem32 directory, enter Attrib-s-h-r Win32k.sys, and then enter x: Windowssystem32dllcache directory to enter the same command, and then use the copy Win32k.sys x:windowssystem32 overwrite the original file, and then restart it.
5. What does Windows XP boot menu mean?
Phenomenon: I recently installed the Windows XP operating system and I know that when you press the F8 key at startup or when the computer does not start properly, it goes into the Advanced Options menu for Windows XP startup, where you can choose to start Windows XP in 8 different modes than normal startup. What do these modes mean, respectively?
(1) Safe mode: When using Safe mode to start Windows XP, the system starts with only the most basic files and drivers. Access to Safe mode is an important step in diagnosing failures. If Safe mode does not determine the problem after startup, or if you cannot start Safe mode at all, you may need to repair the system using the Emergency Repair Disk ERD function.
(2) network security mode: Similar to safe mode, but increased support for network connections. This option is useful for resolving Windows XP startup failures in the LAN environment.
(3) Safe Mode at the command prompt: Also similar to safe mode, start Windows XP with only basic files and drivers. However, the screen appears at a command prompt instead of the Windows desktop.
(4) Enable startup logging: Starts Windows XP and logs all drivers and services loaded by the system to a file. The file name is Ntbtlog.txt and is located in the Windir directory. This log is useful for determining the exact cause of system startup problems.
(5) Enable VGA Mode: Start Windows XP with the basic VGA driver. This pattern is useful when you install a new graphics driver that makes Windows XP not start correctly, or if a failure is caused by improper refresh frequency settings. When you start Windows XP in Safe mode, only the most basic graphics drivers are used.
(6) Last Known Good Configuration: Choosing to start Windows XP with the last Known Good configuration is a way to troubleshoot problems such as the newly added driver and hardware. Starting in this way, Windows XP restores only the information under the registry key Hklmsystemcurrentcontrolset. Any changes made in other registry keys remain unchanged.
(7) Directory Service Recovery mode: Not available for Windows XP Professional. This is for the Windows XP server operating system and is used only to restore the SYSVOL directory and Active Directory directory service on the domain controller.
(8) Debug mode: Start Windows XP and send debug information over a serial cable to another computer. If you are or have already used Remote Installation services to install Windows XP on your computer, you can see additional options associated with using the Remote Installation Services recovery system.
6. How to remove XP completely
Phenomenon: I installed the Windows Me and Windows XP dual system, both FAT32 format. C disk installed Windows Me,e Disk installed Windows XP. Yesterday, Windows XP system lost SYSTEM32.DLL, can not start. So I went into the Windows Me system and removed Windows XP directly in E disk. However, a multiple-system boot menu appears at each boot for selection. How can I remove XP completely?
Start with a Windows 9x/me boot disk, enter "SYS C:" Under "A:", and retransmit the system to the C disk.
7, how to deal with Windows XP can not automatically shutdown phenomenon
Phenomenon: My Windows XP sometimes can not automatically shut down the computer, what should I do?
After you install Windows XP, some computers do not shut down automatically after you click off the computer, but you need to turn it off manually, as you did at the previous at power. This is primarily because Windows XP does not enable advanced power management. Fix method: Click "start → control Panel → performance and maintenance → power options", in the pop-up Power Options Properties Settings window, click Advanced Power Management and check "Enable advanced Power management support."
8. How to create a "lock computer" shortcut
What if you need to leave because you have an emergency, but don't want the computer to log off the system? You can quickly lock the keyboard and monitor by double-clicking the desktop shortcut without using the "Ctrl+alt+del" key or screen saver. How to: Right-click on the desktop, point to New on the shortcut menu that appears, and select Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard is then started. Please enter the following information in the text box: Rundll32.exe user32.dll, Lockworkstation, click Next. Enter a shortcut name. You can name it "Lock Workstation" or choose any name you like, and click "Finish". You can also modify the shortcut icon (one of my favorites is the padlock icon provided by Shell32.dll). To modify the shortcut icon, do the following: Right-click Shortcut, and then select Properties on the shortcut menu that appears. Select the Shortcuts tab, and then click the Change Icon button. In the following file find the Icon text box, enter Shell32.dll, and click OK. Select the desired icon from the list and click OK. You can also specify a set of shortcut keys for shortcuts, such as "Ctrl+alt+l". This practice can only help you save one keystroke, but it can make the operation more flexible. To add a shortcut key combination, do the following: Right-click Shortcuts, and then select Properties on the shortcut menu that appears. Select the Shortcuts tab, and in the shortcut text box, enter any key value, and Windows XP converts it to a shortcut key combination (usually taking the form of ctrl+alt+ any key). To lock the keyboard and monitor, simply double-click the relevant shortcuts or use the shortcut keys you have defined.
9. How to adjust the color quality of desktop icons
Right-click in the desktop space, select the Settings tab in the Open Display Properties dialog box, and you can adjust the color quality of your computer through the color quality drop-down list. You can also edit the registry to adjust the color quality of desktop icons, specific steps:
Open Registry Editor, enter the Hkey_current_ USERControl paneldesktopwindowmetrics subkey, double-click the shell Icon bpp key Value entry, in the Open Edit String dialog box, "Numeric Data" The color parameter of the desktop icon is displayed in the text box, and the system default icon color parameter is 16. The available color parameters include: 4 for 16 colors, 8 for 256 colors, 16 for 65536, 24 for 16 million, and 32 for True Color (true color). You can select and set your desktop icon color parameters according to your own needs. Click OK to close the Edit String dialog box. The settings take effect when you log off the current user and restart the computer.
Right-click in the desktop space and select the Appearance tab in the Open Display Properties dialog box, where you can easily adjust the font and icon sizes for the entire desktop, window, or other items.
However, there are some limitations in setting the icon size in this way, for example, users can only select the desktop size scheme already provided by the system and cannot set the size of the desktop icons themselves. If you want to adjust the size of your desktop icons at your whim, you can do so by editing the registry. The steps are: Open Registry Editor, enter the Hkey_current_ USERControl paneldesktopwindowmetrics subkey Branch, double-click the shell Icon size key value entry, in the Open Edit String dialog box, " The Value data text box shows the size of the desktop icon, the system defaults to 29, the user can set the parameter size according to their needs (the larger the parameter, the larger the desktop icon), and then click OK to close the Edit String dialog box. The settings will take effect when you log off the current user and restart the computer.
10. How to select and set the system sound
The system sound selection and setting is to set the sound for the events in the system, and when the event is activated, the system automatically prompts the user according to the user's settings. The steps for selecting a system sound are as follows:
(1) In the Control Panel window, double-click the Sound and audio device icon to open the sound and Audio Devices Properties dialog box, which provides a means to check the configuration system's sound environment. This dialog box contains 5 tabs for volume, sound, audio, voice, and hardware.
(2) In the Sounds tab, the Program Events list box displays all of the current sound events in Windows XP. If there is a "small horn" flag in front of the sound event, it indicates that the sound event has a sound prompt. To set a sound prompt for a sound event, select the sound event in the Program Events list box, and then select the desired sound file from the sound Drop-down list as a sound hint.
(3) If the user is not satisfied with the sound files provided by the system, you can click the "Browse" button to eject the Browse Voice dialog box. Select the sound file in the dialog box and click OK to return to the Sound tab.
(4) In Windows XP, the system preset a variety of sound schemes for users to choose from. Users can select a scheme from the Sound Scheme drop-down table to select a sound for a sound event.
(5) If the user wants to set up their own dubbing scheme, you can select the desired sound file and configure the sound in the Program Events list box, and click the Save As button in the Sound Scheme option group to open the Save Scheme as dialog box. After you enter the name of the sound file in the "Save this dubbing scheme as" text box, click the OK button. If the user is not satisfied with the voice-over scheme that they set up, you can delete the scheme in the Sound Scheme option group, select the scheme, and then click the Delete button.
The left and right adjustment slider changes the volume size of the system output. If you want the volume control icon to appear in the taskbar, you can enable the put volume icon in the taskbar check box.
(7) You want to adjust the audio input and output volume, click the "Device Volume" area of the "Advanced" button, the pop-up "Volume Control" dialog box can be adjusted. This lists the volume controls from the overall volume to CD Player, PC speaker, and so on. You can also turn off the corresponding individual volume by selecting "Mute".
(8) When you click the Advanced button in the speaker Settings area on the Volume tab, in the Advanced Audio Properties dialog box that pops up, you can set the speaker mode closest to your hardware configuration for your multimedia system.
(9) In the Advanced Audio Properties dialog box, select the Performance tab, which provides a tuning function for audio playback and its hardware acceleration and sample rate conversion quality. To be sure, not all the options are the higher the better, you need to set according to your own hardware situation, better quality usually means a higher resource share.
When you are finished setting, click OK to save the settings.
11. How to assign temporary administrative rights
Many programs require you to have administrative privileges during the installation process. This article describes a simple way to temporarily assign administrative rights to yourself when you are logged on as a normal user. Hold down the SHIFT key while you right-click the program installation file. Click Run As on the shortcut menu that appears, and enter a username and password with the appropriate administrative rights. This is also true for applications on the Start menu.
12. How to turn off the auto play function of Windows XP
Once you insert a multimedia CD into the drive, Autorun reads the data from the drive, which causes the program's settings file and the music on the audio media to start immediately. You can turn off this feature by using the following method: Open start → run, enter the "gpedit.msc" command in the dialog box, select "On computer configuration → administrative Templates → system" in the Group Policy window, and then double-click "Turn off AutoPlay" On the Settings tab and select the "Enabled" option on the "Setting" tab. Finally, click the OK button.
13. How to recover damaged system boot files
Behavior: I only have the Windows XP system installed, but the boot is displayed when I turn on. INI illegal, is starting from the C:windows ", and then entered the start-up state, and also can work, please ask how this is the case, can not reload the system to restore the system to normal startup state?
This occurs because the "Boot.ini" file below the C disk is corrupted. But since you have only one operating system in your machine, it is, of course, the default operating system, and it will automatically boot the system to load even if the "Boot.ini" file is corrupted.
The solution is to create a "boot.ini" file. Its contents are:
c:= "Microsoft Windows XP"
14, how to restore the Input method icon
Phenomenon: I use the Chinese version of Windows XP, inadvertently make the taskbar hidden Input Method icon, how to restore the Input method icon.
Open Control Panel, double-click the Regional and Language Options icon, and go to the Regional and Language Options dialog box, select the Language tab, click the Details button, click the Language bar button in the pop-up dialog box, and then check the "Show Language bar on the desktop" option in the following Language Bar Settings dialog box. The Language bar appears on the desktop, click the Minimize button in the upper-right corner, and the input icon goes back to the taskbar.
15, how to restore the Boot.ini files mistakenly deleted
Phenomenon: When I installed Windows XP for the first time, I did not have any problems after restarting. However, due to misoperation, delete the C disk directory of a file (file name is: Boot.ini), and then reboot each time display two lines of words: "Boot.ini is illegal." It is now starting from the c:/windows/. Then you can get into Windows XP smoothly. But the speed is obviously slow, much slower than not deleting the file, and every time you want to see those two lines. How can I fix it?
The boot.ini is a system file that needs to be queried when the system starts, which tells the startup program how many operating systems the computer has and where the system is located. The recovery method is as follows: Click the Start menu, point to program → attachment → Notepad, open notepad, and enter in Notepad:
Default=multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) Windows
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) windows= "Microsoft Windows XP Professional"/fastdetect
Then save it as a file with the name Boot.ini and save the file to the root directory in C disk.
16, how to speed up the Windows XP window display Speed
We can modify the registry to change the window from the taskbar pop-up, and minimize the return to the taskbar action, the following steps: Open Registry Editor, find the HKEY_ current_usercontrol paneldesktop windowmetrics sub-key branch, Find the MinAnimate key value in the right window. The type is REG_SZ, by default the value of this health value is 1, the animation that opens the window to display, change it to 0, prohibit the display of animation, then select the "Logout" command from the Start menu to activate the changes just made.
17, how to resolve the Windows XP shutdown appears in English prompts
Behavior: My Windows XP shutdown will appear with a progress bar, and prompt "to return to Windows and check the status of the" ' The program ' click Cancel if ' choose to ' end The program immediately your lose any unsaved data. To end of the program now click End. Then the normal shutdown, but sometimes do not appear, I think will be with my Oriental shadow are 3 of the memory playback, but the function of turning off the memory is also invalid, how can I ask how to do?
This is because you have programs running when you shut down Windows XP, save and close all applications before shutting down the computer. If you click the "End" button and the unsaved task is lost, you can press "Ctrl+alt+del" to open Task Manager, and then close the application. If it is empty in the Task Manager list, it is closed in the system process. If nothing is done, the system automatically closes the closed program and shuts down the system at the end of the progress bar. Please shut down everything before shutting down the application, the system resident program will not appear this prompt. When you are sure there are no tasks to save, you can ignore this dialog box.
18, how to control the desktop icon display
Often many users are still accustomed to keeping "My Documents" on the desktop and other frequently accessed folder shortcuts and frequently used program shortcuts. If you want to display "My Computer", "My Documents," on the desktop, Network Places, ie browser shortcuts icon, just do the following: Right-click on the Desktop, select Properties command in the right-click menu, select the Desktop tab in the Open Display Properties dialog box, click Customize Desktop button to open the Desktop Items dialog box. On the General tab, in the Desktop Icon column, select the check box for the item you want, and then click OK to return to the previous Level dialog box, and then click the Apply button.
19. How to remove Windows XP update option
For most users, Windows XP Windows Update feature does not seem to work very much, we can remove it, the procedure is as follows: Open Registry Editor, find Hkey_current_usersoftware Microsoftwindowscurrentversionpoliciesexplorer Branch, select the new command under the Edit menu, and create a new value of type REG_DWORD, named Nocommongroups, Double-click the new Nocommon groups subkey, enter the key value "1" in the Edit String text box, and then click the OK button and restart the system.
20. How to set audio properties
Open the Control Panel, double-click the sound and Audio Devices icon, and in the sound and Audio Device Properties dialog box, select the Audio tab, where you can see the default devices associated with sound playback, audio recording, and MIDI music playback. When you have more than one audio device installed on your computer, you can select the default device to apply here, and you can also adjust its volume and advanced settings.
The steps for setting up audio are as follows:
(1) In the Sound Playback options group, select the preferred device for sound playback from the default device Drop-down list, typically using the system default device.
(2) If you want to adjust the volume of sound playback, click the Volume Control window, in which you can drag the Volume Control slider up or down to adjust the volume size.
(3) In this window, the user can set the volume for different devices. For example, when a user plays a CD, the Volume Control slider in the CD Audio option group is adjusted to change the volume of the CD, and when the user plays MP3 and WAV files, the user can also balance, mute, and so on in the Volume control window.
(4) If you want to select a speaker or set the system's playback performance, you can click the Advanced button in the Sound Playback Options group to open the Advanced Audio Properties dialog box, in speaker and performance The tabs allow you to set the speaker mode closest to your hardware configuration for your own multimedia system and to adjust the hardware acceleration and sample rate conversion quality of the audio playback.
(5) In the recording Options group, you can select the recording default device from the default device Drop-down list. Click the Volume button to open the Recording Control dialog window. In this window, the user can change the balance of the left and right channels of the recording and the volume size of the recording.
(6) in the MIDI Music playback option group, select the MIDI music playback default device from the default device Drop-down list. Click the Volume button to open the Volume Control window to adjust the volume size.
(7) If the user works with the default device, enable the Use default device only check box. When you are finished setting, click the Apply button to save the settings.
21. How to set up the voice effect
The user should set the speech attribute before making the input and output of the speech. In the sound and Audio Device Properties dialog box, select the Speech tab, where users can choose not only the default device for sound playback and recording, but also the volume size and the voice test.
(1) In the Sound Playback option group, select the device from the default device Drop-down list, click the Volume button, and open the Volume Control window to adjust the volume of the sound playback. To set advanced audio properties for sound playback, click the Advanced button to complete the setup.
(2) In the Recording Options group, select the default device for the speech capture from the default device Drop-down list, click the Volume button, and open the Recording Control window to adjust the volume of the Voice capture. To set advanced properties for a speech capture, click the Advanced button to complete the setting.
(3) Click the Test Hardware button to open the Sound Hardware Test Wizard dialog box, which tests whether the selected sound hardware can play the sound and register the voice at the same time. Note: To ensure the accuracy of the test, all programs that use the microphone must be turned off before testing, such as voice dictation or voice communication programs.
(4) Click the Next button and the wizard starts testing the sound hardware and displays the detection progress through the dialog box.
(5) After the detection, open the "Completing the Sound Hardware Test Wizard" dialog box, notify the user detection results, click the Finish button to close the dialog box.
(6) When you are finished setting, click OK to save the settings.
22. How to manually put the computer into hibernation
Phenomenon: How do I manually put Windows XP computer into hibernation?
The hibernate feature is a cool feature provided by Windows XP that is "hidden" in the Shut Down dialog box. If your computer supports hibernation, use the following tips to put it into hibernation manually. To manually put your computer into hibernation, follow these steps: Select start → turn off computer, and in the Close Windows dialog box, select Hibernate. When your computer goes into hibernation, the content in memory is saved to your hard disk. When you wake up the computer, all programs and documents that you open before you go into hibernation are restored to the desktop. To activate the Hibernate support feature on your computer, follow these steps: You must be logged on as a member of the administrator, administrators, or Power Users group. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may cause this process to be impossible to implement. Click start → control Panel → performance and maintenance → power options, select the Hibernate tab, select Enable Hibernate, and click OK to close the Power Options dialog box. If the Hibernate tab is not available, your hardware device cannot support this feature.
23. How to improve the startup speed of Windows XP
Using Microsoft's "Bootvis" software can effectively increase the startup speed of Windows XP. This tool is provided in-house by Microsoft and is designed to increase the speed at which Windows XP starts. Download the extract into a folder and set the current path in the options option. Then choose how you want to track from the Trace option drop-down menu. The program directs Windows XP to reboot and logs the startup process to generate the associated bin file. This file is then invoked from the Bootvis, and the "Op-timizesystem" command is selected from the Trace Entry Drop-down menu.
Although Windows XP provides a very good interface appearance, this setting also affects the speed of the system to a great extent. If your computer is not running fast, it is recommended that you cancel all additional desktop settings, which is to restore Windows XP desktop to the Windows 2000 style.
The method you set is simple: Right-click on My Computer, select Properties, click the Settings button in the performance item on the Advanced tab, and select the Adjust to best performance checkbox in the Association interface.
In addition, a hardware that has a significant impact on Windows XP is memory. Running Windows XP with 256MB of memory is smoother, and 512MB of RAM can make the system work well. If conditions permit, it is better to increase memory.
24. How to lose weight for Windows XP
Windows XP is larger than any previous Windows system and requires 1.5GB of hard disk space. Although compared to the mainstream computer that can run Windows XP, generally have more than 10GB of hard disk, but some computer enthusiasts are sometimes willing to reduce the volume of Windows XP.
(1) Delete drive backup: The Driver.cab file (73MB) in the Windowsdriver cachei386 directory.
(2) Delete the Help document (subtract more than 40 MB).
(3) Delete the Input method (Japanese, Korean, about 80MB) without windowsime.
(4) Transfer my files, ie temporary folder to other hard disk (partition).
(5) Transfer the virtual memory to another hard disk (partition).
25. How to uninstall Windows XP
Phenomenon: I used the operating system is Windows 98, recently heard that Windows XP is very good, installed the system. The first installation was installed from Windows 98, after the installation is not very good, on the format of Windows XP after the partition is installed from DOS to D disk, after installation found that the multiple boot menu has three items (the first time installed Windows XP that is still in), how to remove the redundant one? In addition, if I want to remove Windows XP, in addition to formatting D disk, how can I remove it completely?
The Windows 98 and Windows XP Dual-system boot menu is controlled by a file in the C-root directory that changes the boot menu by modifying the file. To remove the extra Windows XP project, you can open the Boot.ini file in the C-packing directory, with two rows of duplicate "multi (0) ..." to delete one row. To completely remove Windows XP, in addition to formatting its partition, you must also remove the multiple boot menu and redundant system files in the following ways:
(1) Make a Windows 98 Startup disk and copy the sys.com files under Windows 98 into the system disk.
(2) Starting with the boot disk and executing the SYS C: command under A:>.
(3) Delete the redundant files in C packing directory, these documents include: Boot.ini, Bootfont.bin, Bootsect.dos, Ntdetect.com, Pagefile.sys, etc.
26. How to hide desktop icons
Added the ability to hide desktop icons in Windows XP all you have to do is hide all desktop icons by clicking on the desktop space with your mouse, selecting the Arrange Icons command in the pop-up right-click menu, and then canceling the Show Desktop Icon command in its next cascading menu.
If you have more than a few icons on your desktop, you can rearrange the icons by right-clicking in a blank area of the desktop, choosing Arrange Icons in the pop-up menu, and then clicking the icon in the next level menu to arrange the rules.
Use the Windows XP Desktop Cleanup feature to clean out icons that you don't use on your desktop. On the General tab of the Desktop Project dialog box above, if you select the Run Desktop Cleanup Wizard every 60 days check box, the system automatically runs the Desktop Cleanup Wizard every 60 days to help you clean out the unused icons on your desktop. If you click the "Clean Desktop Now" button, the system immediately opens the Desktop Cleanup Wizard and moves the shortcut icon you don't use to a desktop folder called Unused Desktop shortcuts. The wizard does not move, change, and delete any programs, and if you want to move an icon back to the desktop, you can restore it from the Desktop folder for unused desktop shortcuts.
27. How to enter traditional Chinese characters in Windows XP
The use of Microsoft Pinyin 3.0 can be used in traditional Chinese characters, you can choose Microsoft Pinyin Input Method in the system, click "Options" and in which to select simple, complex conversion items, then the Input method status bar will have a simple, the transformation of the button, you need to use it to switch to traditional characters entered.
There are, of course, more ways to do it, no more than one by one details.
28, how to retrieve two computer connected icon
Phenomenon: My computer is installed in Windows XP, the system tray in the Internet when the two computers connected to the small icon disappeared, so I often do not know whether online. How should I restore it?
The small icon is missing because the properties of the network connection are not set. When you dial in Windows 98 to connect to the Internet, the small icon for that connection is automatically displayed on the taskbar. If the small icon is missing, right-click my connection, select properties → settings → options, and select Show modem status to restore. In Windows 2000 and Windows XP, users can control and set the display and hidden features of the connection icon. You can display or hide the icon by opening the dial-up connection or the Properties dialog box for the network connection, and then selecting or clearing the Show icon in notification area when connected check box.
29. How to make automatic system recovery floppy disk
Symptom: I did not find the interface to make the Emergency Repair Disk under Windows XP, how can I make it? In addition, my Windows 98 prompts for a username and password every time I start, how can I eliminate it?
The exact name of the Windows XP Emergency Repair Disk should be the Automated System Recovery (ASR) floppy disk, which backs up the system files that are required to start the system. To do this: Click start → all programs → attachments → system tools, and then click Backup, and then click the Advanced Mode button in the Backup Tools Wizard. On the Tools menu, click the ASR Wizard, and then follow the on-screen prompts (note: You should be prepared to save the 1.44MB blank floppy disk for your system setup beforehand). The use method is also simple: Insert the Windows XP system installation CD into the CD drive and restart the computer. When the installation interface appears, press F2, and you will be prompted to insert the ASR floppy disk you created previously (ASR does not restore the data file). Follow the on-screen wizard to automatically restore your system. In addition, you can use the Repair feature to restore the Windows XP system boot menu Even without an automated System Recovery (ASR) diskette, except that some individual settings are restored to the default settings and are not available with Automated System Recovery (ASR) floppy.
Windows 98 prompts for a username and password each time you start, and you can press the ESC key to enter the Windows 98 desktop, where you can use the password file * in the Windows directory. PWL deleted. For example, the user named "QQ", the corresponding password file is "QQ." PWL ", find it and delete it, and then restart the computer, in the presence of the login window to enter the original user name" QQ ", the password does not fill, so you can eliminate.
30. How to automatically close the program that stops responding
In the Windows XP operating system, this setting allows Windows XP to automatically shut down the application when it is diagnosed, without the need for troublesome manual intervention. To implement this feature, click "Start → run" enter "Regedit" to open Registry Editor, locate the Hkey_current_usercontrol Paneldesktop branch, and set the key value of auto end tasks to 1.
31. Why can't I install Windows XP
Phenomenon: I started the computer with a Windows 98 Startup disk and installed Windows XP, and it took me 6 hours to complete it, listening to my friend say that he spent only 1 hours on a machine with the same configuration as me, and it was installed with Windows 98 boot disk. , what is the correct installation method for Windows XP?
This is because you did not load the disk cache. This file is in the Windows 98 installation directory, named Smartdrv.exe, copy it into the floppy disk, and then run it before you install it. Alternatively, you can set the boot sequence to boot from the CD so that the Windows XP Setup disk automatically loads the disk cache.
32. Why can't I install the software under Windows XP
Phenomenon: I am installing the software on a computer with Windows XP Home version "You don't have access to make the requried system configuration modifications." ' Return to this installation ' from a administrators account. '. Excuse me, why is this? This software can be installed properly under Windows 98. How can i solve this problem?
In order to protect the security and stability of the system, Windows XP uses user account and password protection to control the user's actions. That only a designated person can do the assigned thing. Installation software, such as modifying the operation of the system requires the user to have the power of the computer administrator to execute, which is why you can not install the software, I believe there are many operations you can not perform.
When the system is installed, the default "Administrator" account is the identity of the administrator, you can use the following methods to make yourself an administrator:
(1) First to enter the computer as an administrator. Click Logout on the Start menu to confirm that you are entering the screen waiting for login while pressing the "Ctrl+alt+del" key on your keyboard.
(2) In the pop-up dialog box, enter "Administrator" in the Username box, enter the password set in the Password box. If you do not set the password at the time of installation, the password is of course empty, and then enter the computer.
(3) Open the "user account" in "Control Panel" and you will see your user account, which says "limited account" next to it.
(4) Click Open your account, and then click Change Account Type. In the pop-up window, click to select the radio button for computer administrator, and then click the Change Account Type button to confirm and exit. You can do the things you want to do now.
In order to ensure the security of the computer, users are advised to set user passwords to avoid security problems and unnecessary losses.
33, why change the hardware configuration on the panic phenomenon
Phenomenon: In Windows XP, as long as a change in hardware configuration, the system can not start, how to solve?
This is because the activation product program is used in Windows XP and activating the product program is the latest anti-piracy feature Microsoft has added to Windows XP. Because the activation of the product program will be based on your computer hardware configuration to generate a hardware number, so if you change the hardware configuration, activate the product program will find that the hardware configuration does not match, then the system will stop running and require you to reactivate the product can be rerun.
34. Why Windows XP disk free space is dwindling
Behavior: When I use Windows XP, I find that the disk free space is decreasing as you continue to add and remove applications.
Starting with Windows 2000, Windows creates a "system Volume infor-mation" folder in each hard disk partition that provides a system Restore backup file that is saved by default on the systems. However, Windows 2000 has not officially provided System Restore functionality, and you can see the relevant options in Windows XP.
The easiest way to prevent this problem is to turn off the System Restore feature. If you want to delete the files saved in this folder, you need to log on to the system as Administrator (Admin).
35. Why Windows XP takes up a lot of space
Phenomenon: After installing Windows XP, use a period of time to find a user's folder often log in a very large space, about 1.2GB; but other not often landing only about 10MB, this is how?
Windows XP has its own folders set up for each user, the user in the use of the operation of the log down, but also generate their own temporary files, the Internet cache files, the installation of software generated by the common files (software for the Communist Party), so often log in the user folder is very large. A lot of space can be saved by deleting temporary files and caching files on the Internet.
36. How to eliminate the document protection features of Windows XP
How do I eliminate the document protection features of Windows XP?
To completely eliminate Windows Document protection, open Registry Editor and set key values: Hkey_local_ machinesoftwaremicrosoftwindows Ntcurrentversionwinlogon, Set the SFCDisable key value to 0xffffff9d.
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