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Windows XP Autologon & Hide Users

Windows XP Autologon & Hide Users from the welcome screen

To make windows xp auto log in do the following…

  1. open your registry editor i.e. regedit
  2. Go to the following path
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Interviewing and Preparing Your Interview

Chapter 1 in the book Ace the IT Job Interview is mainly about how to get a job, and has some tips, for IT Professionals what to do while in an interview. It shows how the IT Managers perspective on the hiring process.
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$sys$DRMServer.exe Removal

If you see $sys$DRMServer.exe in your process page. Then you have the Sony Root Kit Installed. Here is the following thing i’ve done to remove such a kit.
1. Find the location where the root kit is installed.

  1. In Safe mode delete this dir.
  2. Open the registry (regedit)
    Del the following location keys. Note when modifying the registry you could make the system not to boot. i recommend that you read up on the windows registry, or have some one help you.

HIT Key Local Machine and Hit Key Local User there should be a software folder. Go in both and check for $sys$ and del.

“Here is the link that helped me find out how to remove.


Build Your Own Garage

Book Review: Build Your Own Garage by Bernd H. Schmitt and Laura Brown
Build Your Own Garage by Bernd H. Schmitt and Laura Brown is about how to better manage your company. It talks about a garage, which is spoken in the title. Although when reading this book they are not talking about how to build your garage. It is just there to put a better picture in your head. The Garage is actually changes; it carries with it the new ideas, technologies, products and services of the company. [continue reading…]


Get Laptop Battery Information in OSX

I friend told me about a way you can view the battery information on a MAC.
Since I am a pc user my self, I tend to find this command very useful.

The command below will tell you all the information about the battery including info like battery captivity.

  1. Open up Terminal
  2. Paste one line and hit enter.ioreg -l | grep -i Capacity
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