usb

Fri
03
Aug
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'Atsiv', and '55 Portable Apps For Making A Usb Super Stick'

Atsiv Run unsigned drivers without rebooting with special boot options or denial of service under Vista. Atsiv is a command line tool that allows the user to load and unload signed or unsigned drivers on 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows XP, Windows ... 2K3 and Windows Vista. Atsiv is designed to provide compatibility for legacy drivers. http://www.linchpinlabs.com/resources/atsiv/usage-design.htm 55 Portable Apps For Making A Usb Super Stick USB flash is not (yet) a portable PC whereby any USB KVM monitor is your work station, but it will get there. In the mean time, making the most of your USB ... (view more)

Tue
05
Jun
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'Opera Usb', and 'Code View'

Opera Usb Opera USB is a portable version of Opera web browser you can carry on a memory stick. Use all Opera features mobile: no problem! There are no unwanted effects on Internet Explorer or other browsers. Existing opera versions are also not ... affected, and it makes no entries to the registry, nor does it leave data on the guest computer. http://www.opera-usb.com/operausben.htm Code View Mihov CodeView is a fast and easy-to-use program for quick browsing through text files, source code and initialization files. It is possible to copy and paste from clipboard, search for strings and print. ... (view more)

Fri
29
Dec
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'Booting Windows From A Usb Drive', and 'Windowless User Interface'

Booting Windows From A Usb Drive According to the author, "Microsoft denies that booting Windows off a USB drive works. To put a long story short, this is exactly what I do now. However, it took me significant time to figure out all the painful ... little problems, and I was not fully happy with the current official guide by Dietmar (no pun: he was the first to make anything public). I wanted an easy guide that allows creating a modified version of the Windows XP CD, for painless and transparent installation to as many systems as you want. This page is the result of my work. Have fun. http://www. ... (view more)

Thu
06
Jul
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'Quicklaunch Your Usb Workspace', and 'Remove Wga'

Quicklaunch Your Usb Workspace The proliferation of portable applications makes it more and more convenient to carry your life on a thumb drive, especially if you don't do all of your work and play from one computer. But it could be easier. Rather ... than plugging in your thumb drive and clicking through your drive's file system to open every program and document, wouldn't it be nice if your workspace launched automatically? Set up your thumb to Autoplay, so that you can instantly launch your preferred workspace on any computer. All you have to do is plug in. http://www.lifehacker.com Remove Wga ... (view more)

Fri
19
May
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How To Build Your Own External Hard Drive

An External Hard drive can come in handy for backing up files or freeing up some disk space on your PC. The only problem is they can be pretty expensive. An easy alternative is to buy a drive enclosure for about $20 and build your own using an ... internal hard drive. Building your own external hard drive enclosure can be done in as little as 5 to 10 minutes time, and without opening up your PC's case. Not only does assembling your own external hard drive save money, it provides flexibility in choosing the connections, capacity and style that fit your needs. It is also an excellent way to make ... (view more)

Wed
03
May
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'Booting Windows From A Usb Drive', and 'Fototagger'

Booting Windows From A Usb Drive According to the author, "Microsoft denies that booting Windows off a USB drive works To put a long story short, this is exactly what I do now. However, it took me significant time to figure out all the painful ... little problems, and I was not fully happy with the current official guide by Dietmar (no pun, he was the first to make ANYthing public). I wanted an easy guide that allows creating a modified version of the Windows XP CD, for painless and transparent installation to as many systems as you want. This page is the result of my work. Have fun! http://www. ... (view more)

Fri
17
Feb
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Use External hard drive to boot Windows incase C drive crashes?

Infopackets Reader Steve T. writes: " Dear Dennis, I have recently added a 120GB external hard drive to my Dell Dimension computer (via the USB port). Problem: whenever I turn my computer on (to start Windows), the external hard drive always tries ... to boot first. Inevitably I get an error message that 'operating system is not found' and I have to shut off the external unit and then reboot the machine in order to start Windows properly. For this reason, I am curious if my Windows XP crashes, would it be able to boot from the external hard drive? If so, how would I go about doing this? ... (view more)

Wed
21
Dec
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'Data Recovery', and 'Usb Autorun Suite'

Data Recovery DataRecovery will undelete accidentally deleted files, even after they've been deleted from the recycle bin. http://tokiwa.tomato.ne.jp/EN/dr.html Usb Autorun Suite APO USB Autorun Suite enables you to add autorun functionality to your ... USB drive. It provides an Autorun.inf Builder and a standalone portable Starter too. http://www.archidune.com/apo/ (view more)

Sat
10
Sep
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Usb

Universal Serial Bus (USB) provides a serial bus standard for connecting devices, usually to a computer, but it also is in use on other devices such as set-top boxes, and game consoles. USB: Overview A USB system has an asymmetric design, consisting ... of a host controller and multiple devices connected in a tree-like fashion using special hub devices. There is a limit of 5 levels of branching hubs per controller. Up to 127 devices may be connected to a single host controller, but the count must include the hub devices as well. A modern computer likely has several host controllers so the total ... (view more)

Wed
15
Dec
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Upgraded Kodak Camera Software, Now Cant Transfer Pictures?

Infopackets Reader Paul H. writes: " Dear Dennis, I have a Kodak DX3600 camera equipped with a 'docking' unit. I upgraded the camera software (from version 1.2 to latest revision), but can no longer transfer pictures from my camera to the computer ... (I am using Windows 2000, by the way). To resolve this dilemma, I sought a local computer 'expert' to contemplate my problem, but he could not produce a solution. I have done everything that Kodak has suggested over at their web site with no luck. I am one of several people in my area who has the same problem with their Kodak software. Are you ... (view more)

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