How to Delete a Service in Windows Vista




What is a Service?



A Windows service is a executable program that runs in the background of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It performs specific functions and is designed not to require any user intervention to run. They usually are configured to start when Windows is started and run in the background all the time. Although they can be started manually if needed. An example of a windows service is your antivirus program or another security program that is used for real-time protection.



In Windows Vista, I've noticed some services will remain running even though I've uninstalled the software. When I run a Hijackthis log, I see the service still installed, even though the files pertaining to the service may have already been deleted. In a case such as this, I want to be able to delete or remove the service from even starting.





What Windows Services are currently running?



To see what windows services are currently running in the background, follow these steps:



1) Click on Start or the Windows Vista Orb


2) In Windows Vista, type the following command in the search box and press Enter



msconfig



3) Click on the Services tab and you'll see what services are currently running, stopped, or disabled on your computer.


4) Click on the box entitled "Hide all Microsoft Services" to see only Non-Microsoft programs running in the background as services. In the example screenshot below you'll see the Avast antivirus, Acer recovery software (since its an Acer computer), Lightscribe software for the DVD drive, and DVD software.




However, here is the problem. When I run Hijackthis on the computer, I see the following service for Symantec running. Even though I removed the Norton software from the computer over a year ago. You'll notice it shows the file is missing, but the service is still running and active.




O23 - Service: Symantec Lic NetConnect service (CLTNetCnService) - Unknown owner - c:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSvcHst.exe (file missing)



So How Do I Remove This Service From Windows Vista?



In order to remove a service from Windows Vista, you'll need to know the name of the service, to find this out look in your hijackthis log for the filename. In the example above the filename is ccSvcHst.exe. Luckily with Hijackthis, the name of the file is in parentheses directly after it. In the example above, the name is CLTNetCNService. However, what if you dont use Hijackthis or you don't know the exact name of the service. Follow these steps to determine the exact filename of the service to be removed.



1) Click on the Windows orb


2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter in the search box and click Continue to the User Access Control prompt


3) Click on Edit at the top of the window and click Find. In the example above, you would type ccsvchst.exe and press Enter.


4) You'll find the filename located in a key in the following registry section



HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services



5) Once you've located the filename, look at the yellow folder name where the filename resides, this is the Service name. Refer to the screenshot below as an example. The name CLTNetCnService is the name of the folder where this Symantec service resides.




6) Write this information down and close the Registry editor



Now its time to delete the service. Follow these steps.



1) Click on the Windows orb and type CMD and press Enter to open a command prompt


2) Type the following command, substituting the name of the service found above for the term servicename, and press Enter.



sc delete servicename



for example: sc delete CLTNetCnService



4) If the deletion was successful, you'll see the following response.



[SC] DeleteService SUCCESS




5) Type Exit to close the command prompt


6) Open Hijackthis and review a log, the service should be gone.



Congratulations! The service has been removed from your Windows Vista computer.



Of course, it should be stated that if you are unsure of any of these procedures, please do not complete them and ask for assistance from a local computer tech, family friend, or other knowledgeable person. or do count on any of these recommended links below

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How to Delete Undeletable Files in Windows







Many times when trying to remove an unwanted program, especially a piece of adware or spyware, you may run across a file that is undeletable by any normal method. When you try to remove it you'll receive the error message shown below telling you "access denied" and explaining the file may be in use. You may also receive one of the following messages.




Cannot delete file: Access is denied


There has been a sharing violation.
The source or destination file may be in use.
The file is in use by another program or user.
Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use.



So if the file is in use, how do you delete it?




I'll show you several ways of removing these types of files and even some freeware programs that help you remove these pesky undeletable files.






Windows 95/98/ME




If you are using Windows 95, 98, or Windows ME, the easiest way to remove an undeleteable file is to boot to a DOS prompt and manually delete the file. Before you do this, you'll want to make a note of the location of the file including the entire path to it. Follow the steps below to delete these types of files.




If you already know the path to the file, please skip to Step 7




Click on Start, Find, Files and Folders



Type the name of the undeletable file in the Named or Search For box



Make sure the Look In box shows the correct drive letter



Click on Find Now or Search Now and let the computer find the file



Once the file is located, right-click on it and choose properties, make a note of the file location. Usually this is something similar to

c:\windows\system32\undeleteablefilesname.exe





Close the search box


Locate a boot disk for your version of Windows, if you do not have a boot disk, follow the steps on the link below to create an emergency boot disk.


How to Create an Emergency Boot Disk for Windows





Shut down and restart your computer with the boot disk in your floppy drive.
The computer will boot to a DOS prompt that will look similar to

c:\






Type the following command and press Enter to delete the filer, substituting the phrase with the actual path and file name you discovered in Step 5 above.



del

Example:

del c:\windows\undeleteablefile.exe


Remove the boot disk in the floppy drive and restart your computer
The file should now be deleted.
Windows XP





In Windows XP, there are a couple ways to remove an undeleteable file, a manual way, and a couple automated ways using some freeware programs. First, I'll show you the manual way.




Manual Method




If you already know the path to the file, please skip to Step 7




Click on Start, Search, All Files and Folders



Type the name of the undeletable file in the box shown



Make sure the Look In box shows the correct drive letter



Click Search and let the computer find the file



Once the file is located, right-click on it and choose properties, make a note of the file location. Usually this is something similar to



c:\windows\system32\undeleteablefilesname.exe



Close the search box



Click on Start, Run, and type CMD and Press Enter to open a Command Prompt window



Leave the Command Prompt window open, but proceed to close all other open programs
Click on Start, Run and type TASKMGR.EXE and press Enter to start Task Manager
Click on the Processes tab, click on the process named Explorer.exe and click on End Process.




Minimize Task Manager but leave it open
Go back to the Command Prompt window and change to the directory where the file is located. To do this, use the CD command. You can follow the example below.





Example: to change to the Windows\System32 directory you would enter the following command and Press Enter



cd \windows\system32



Now use the DEL command to delete the offending file. Type DEL where is the file you wish to delete.




Example: del undeletable.exe




Use ALT-TAB to go back to Task Manager
In Task Manager, click File, New Task and enter EXPLORER.EXE to restart the Windows shell.




Close Task Manager




Programs to automatically delete a file




Remove on Reboot Shell Extension




This is a nice extension that loads into the right click menu. All you have to do is right-click on a file and choose "Remove on Next Reboot" and the file will be deleted the next time the computer restarts. Although it probably should only be used by more advanced computer users since it may be TOO easy to delete files using this program.





Pocket Killbox




A simple .exe file that you can use to delete undeleteable files, although the program will also delete temporary files, edit the HOSTS file, and more. A definite must have program when you are fighting an annoying spyware or adware program that won't remove.





Unlocker




Unlocker is another program that runs from the right click menu. Its simple and very effective. The website even has a side by side comparision of other programs that accomplish this task.





Using one of the three tools shown above, you should be able to remove those annoying undeleteable files once and for all.


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The long awaited release of Windows XP Service Pack 3 has finally arrived. Its been almost 4 years since SP2 was released. With close to a hundred updates since SP2, Service Pack 3 has been needed. It appears this will be the last service pack for Windows XP. Microsoft plans to stop selling retail versions of Windows XP on June 30, 2008. So anyone who has not upgraded to Windows XP should think seriously about upgrading before this date.



Is there anything special in the Windows XP SP3 release?



Although Windows XP SP3 will not include any major changes, it will include all the patches and updates since SP2 was released along with 4 minor new features dealing with reliability and security.





The new features in Windows XP SP3 are:



Network Access Protection compatibility. This feature allows Windows XP machines to interact with the NAP feature in Windows Server 2008. This functionality is built into Windows Vista as well. NAP provides "computer health" policies that must be met before a particular computer is allowed to access the network. If a client cannot prove it is compliant with system health requirements (for example, that it has the latest operating system and antivirus updates installed), its access to the network or communication on the network can be limited to a restricted network containing server resources so that health compliance issues can be remedied.



Product Key-less install option. As with Windows Vista, new Windows XP w/ SP3 installs can proceed without entering a product key during Setup.



Kernel Mode Cryptographics Module. A new kernel module that "encapsulates several different cryptographic algorithms," according to Microsoft. Kinda technical, but it deals with security.



"Black hole" router detection algorithm. XP gains the ability to ignore network routers that incorrectly drop certain kinds of network packets. This, too, is a feature of Windows Vista. I just hope this doesn't cause more "limited or no connectivity" issues like I saw in SP2.



There are some minor changes to the security settings and the removal of a few things including the "Address Bar" from Taskbar. It appears from the latest whitepaper that IE7 is NOT included in SP3 but available for download separately.



What Versions of Windows XP will work with Service Pack 3?



You can apply Service Pack 3 to Windows XP Home Edition, Professional Edition, Tablet PC Edition (any version), or Media Center Edition (any version). Although it appears you must have at least SP1 installed to install the new service pack. SP3 does not apply to the x64 version of Windows XP. Instead, that operating system is updated via service packs aimed at Windows Server 2003.



What Version of Internet Explorer ships with Service Pack 3?



Windows XP Service Pack 3 ships with Internet Explorer 6 and contains a roll-up of various security updates. If you have IE6 on your computer, you can safely install Service Pack 3 and then end up with an updated version of IE6 and all your preferences intact.



If you have Internet Explorer 7 currently installed, all your preferences and settings will be retained. However the ability to uninstall IE7 will be taken away. Since an uninstall requires a rollback to a previous version that has since been updated with SP3, this option will no longer be available. If you must uninstall IE7 at this point, you would have to first uninstall service pack 3, then proceed to uninstall IE7. To get around this issue, uninstall IE7 first, then install Service Pack 3, and finally reinstall Internet Explorer 7.



If you are running IE 8 Beta, you should UNINSTALL IT FIRST, then install Service Pack 3. After the service pack is successfully install, you can upgrade to the latest beta version of IE8.



Why Should I Upgrade to XP SP3?



Since it appears this will be the last major development of Windows XP and the date is approaching when Microsoft will no longer be selling retail versions of XP, its a good idea to download this update and install it. If you haven't bothered to download updates since the last Service Pack, then I would highly recommend that you download and install this update. It wont dramatically change the way you work like Windows Vista did, but it will make your computer as secure as it possibly can be at the moment.



Problems Rebooting Computer After Service Pack 3 is installed



Depending on the type of processor installed in your computer, you may experience problems rebooting your computer after SP3 is installed. The computer will reboot continuously with a Stop error. Read this article to learn how to fix this issue.
Where can I download Windows XP Service Pack 3?



After a delay because of a compatibility issue between Microsoft Dynamics Retail Management System (RMS) and XP Service Pack 3 as well as Vista SP1, Microsoft has finally released SP3 to the web for download. You may download it via Windows Updates or from the link below for the standalone full download distributed for anyone needing to update multiple computers. From previous statements by Microsoft, it wont be pushed to customers automatically until June 10, 2008 according to Microsoft's schedule.



Download Windows XP Service Pack 3



For more information regarding Windows XP Service Pack 3, you can visit the Microsoft Support Article regarding it



My Experience Installing Windows XP Service Pack 3



I downloaded the standalone installer for SP3 from the link above and installed it on one of my laptops running Windows XP Home Edition. I thought it might be good to show some screenshots of the installation screen so you know what to expect. After saving the service pack to my desktop and double-clicking on it, I was greeted by the following setup screen recommending that I backup my system first (this is the same sort of screen that greeted users when installing SP2).

see picture guides above:


After clicking Next, I was greeted with license agreement




Next, the installation prompted me for the location to save backup files to (accept the default location)



Then the installation proceeded to check for the necessary disk space, backup files, and install SP3



Finally, the system asked me to reboot now or later, I chose to reboot immediately. Upon reboot, the computer displayed a blue install screen to finish the installation and then boot into my profile. It took several minutes to show my profile as the system finished with cleanup and such. Then a couple DOS boxes appeared for a minute and the installation was complete.



The complete installation on a Home edition system took approximately 20 minutes.



I opened the System Properties window to show the system was now updated to SP3.



Good luck with your update to Service Pack 3!

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Best Tools for Removing Spyware, Adware, and Malware? ...Irem Bright

What are the Best Tools for Removing Spyware, Adware, and Malware?



If you have been on the Internet for any length of time, you've probably ran across the topic of spyware, adware, or malware.


This is software that has installed on your computer, many times without your permission, or accidentally by clicking on a popup ad, etc. The problem with these programs is they will slow your computer down, make changes to your desktop, homepage, search page, load programs into your taskbar tray and otherwise get in the way. In the worst cases, they will even transmit information from your computer to servers on the Internet.


So the question becomes, if your computer is infected with these problematic programs, how do you get rid of them. In most cases, you can run a free removal program to remove these infections, in more serious cases, you may have to download a specialized removal program to free yourself of these problems.




Listed below you will find the best freeware programs available on the Internet for removing spyware, adware, and malware:



Adware and Spyware Removal



Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE 1.06
Spybot Search and Destroy 1.4
Microsoft Windows Defender

SuperAntiSpyware A great program for removing those pesty Zlob trojan infections



Ewido Anti-Malware
a² (a-squared) Scanner

Preventing the Installation of Adware and Spyware



SpywareBlaster 3.5.1
SpywareGuard 2.2

Specialized Removal Programs



About:Buster - Removal of CWS HomeSearch Hijacker or res:// hijacker
CWShredder 2.19 - CoolWebSearch Removal Tool from Trend Micro
Elite Toolbar Remover
I-Lookup Toolbar Uninstallers - Version 1 and Version 2
Incredifind and PerfectNav Uninstaller
Kill2Me - Removal of Look2Me infections
Lop.com Uninstaller
OmegaKiller for removing hijackers like
Omegasearch.com Prosearching.com. Search200.com. Mysearchnow.com. Searchexe.com
SmitRem for removing Spyaxe, SpySheriff, Winhound and others
VX2.BetterInternet for XP/2000 for Removing Look2Me
VX2.BetterInternet for Windows 9X for Removing Look2Me
WildTangent Remover

Programs to Delete Undeletable Files



Pocket Killbox
Remove on Reboot Shell Extension
Unlocker

Helpful Tools for Investigating Adware and Spyware Infections



HijackThis 1.99.1 by Merijn
SysInternals Process Explorer
Sysinterals RootkitRevealer

Online Virus Checkers


Trend Micro Housecall - will scan and remove threats
BitDefender Scan Online - will scan and remove threats
Ewido Online Scanner - (Now AVG) will scan and remove threats
F-Secure Online Scanner - will scan for rootkits as well
Jotti's Online Malware Scan
Kaspersky Online Scanner - appears to only scan for but not remove threats
Panda Activescan - appears to only scan for but not remove threats
McAfee FreeScan - appears to only scan for but not remove threats
eTrust Antivirus Web Scanner - will scan and remove threats
Symantec Security Check - will scan and remove threats
Dr.Web Online Check - user can upload and test for threats on particular files

Rootkit Removal Tools



Trojan Scanner
TrojanScan by WindowsSecurity.com

Free Antivirus Programs to Download
ANTI-VIR
AVAST
AVG

TCP/IP and Winsock Repair Utilities for Windows XP and 2000



LSPFix by Cexx.org
Winsock XP Fix
XP TCP/IP Repair utility

IEFix Utility for correcting Internet Explorer problems



Variety of Great Freeware Utilities for everything from Password Recovery Tools to Network Monitoring Tools and more.

If there are other spyware/adware removal tools that you think should be listed here, please email me.

How to access blocked web sites from school, office, or work using JAP





Looking for a way to access blocked websites like Orkut, YouTube, MySpace, FaceBook, etc from school or work? Most people end up trying out the million or so proxy servers out there, but those are usually dead ends. Also, those proxy servers are very slow and it can take a year for a single web page to load sometimes! There’s luckily an easier way to access blocked websites that doesn’t rely on proxy servers!



JAP is a free open-source software tool that can be used to browse the web anonymously and unobservably. Whenever you browse the Internet, your IP uniquely identifies your computer and your location to the requesting servers, thereby reducing your privacy. JAP uses a single static IP address for many JAP users, thereby making it impossible for the visited website or any sniffer to determine which user visited.





The extra benefit that we can also get out of using JAP other than anonymous browsing is the fact that it can be used to access blocked web sites! That’s because all requests are first passed to JAP servers, then the requested sites are retrieved from their servers. Basically, for the local servers that control your access, it looks as if you’re always requesting something from the JAP web site, not FaceBook or MySpace, etc.



Here’s how to setup JAP: first download the JAP app from the link above. Install it and make sure it’s up and running. Then all you have to do is change some of the settings in Internet Explorer or Firefox. You have to change the LAN Settings so that the Default Gateway is 127.0.0.1 and the port is 4001.



In IE, click on Tools, then Internet Options, and click on the Connections tab.





If you’re connecting to the Internet using a dial-up, modem, or ISDN connection, choose your connection and then click on the Settings button at the top. If you’re connected permanently using a LAN, Cable or DSL connection, click on the Settings button under Local Area Network (LAN) settings heading.





Check the Proxy Server box and type in the IP address and port number shown above.



For Firefox, you click on Tools, then Options, and then click on the Advanced tab. Under Connection, click on Settings.





Click on Manual Proxy Configuration and enter in the same information. Check the box to use this proxy for all protocols. You can also download a cool plugin in Firefox called SwitchProxy that will allow you to quickly switch between JAP and normal browsing.



You should now be able to access blocked web sites while JAP is running. However, if you are at the office or at school and the only ports that are open are port 80, and 443, then JAP won’t work without a little more tweaking.



In JAP under “Config/InfoService“, change the port from 6543 to 80



Go to the “Config/Anonymity” page. Click on the “Fetch” button and choose the “Dresden-Dresden” cascade from the drop down menu.


Select the “Manual Configuration” radio button and change the Anon-Port from 6544 to 443


Now try to activate the anonymous web access. If you’re able to connect, you’ll now be able to browse web sites using the normal web access ports so even if your company or school blocks all other ports, you’ll still be able to access JAP.



Also, if your company forces you to access the web through a proxy server, then you’ll need to configure that in JAP. You can see if you have to go through a proxy server by checking out the values in the above LAN settings section. If it’s greyed out with something already in there when you tried to change it to 127.0.0.1, that means you’re going through a proxy server.



In that case, in JAP you need to do the following:



Activate the checkbox under “Config/Proxy-Firewall” and enter the address of the required proxy. Some proxies require a user authorization. If this is the case, activate the appropriate checkbox and enter the User ID. (First try it without authorization and only do this step if it doesn’t work.)
Under “Config/InfoService“, change the port number from 6543 to “80″.


Go to the “Config/Anonymity” page. Click on the “Fetch” button and choose the “Dresden-Dresden” cascade from the drop down menu.


You should now be able to connect to the JAP service and access any web site that you like! If that was too technical or something was not explained clearly, please post a comment and I will try to help as much as possible! Enjoy!

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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PC OR COMPUTER TO THE TV


I’m writing this post on how to connect your PC or computer to a TV because last week I returned from a trip in India and wanted to show all of my pictures and videos to my family from my laptop onto our HDTV, but unfortunately I did not have the correct cords and so after fumbling around for 30 minutes trying to connect my computer to the TV, I had to tell everyone that they would have to wait till the next weekend! Pretty annoying considering the times we live in, it should be quite easy to connect the two together!



So here’s a quick walk-through of all the methods that I know (if you know any more, please comment) to connect a laptop or PC to your TV:



1. S-Video - This is probably the most common method out there currently because an S-Video cable is cheap as heck and just about every TV under the sun has a S-Video port. You’ll have to make sure you laptop is equipped with this port. Remember, there are two types of S-Video cables: 4-pin and 7-pin. Most laptops and PC’s are equipped with a 7-pin port, so if your TV only has a 4-pin S-Video port, then this method will not work.



2. VGA - If you have a HDTV, then you will be better off connecting using a VGA cable. It gives much better quality than S-Video and as with S-Video, the cable is very cheap. You usually won’t find a VGA port on regular TV’s though, so this option is if you have an HDTV.



3. DVI - DVI stands for Digital Visual Interface with “digital” being the key word there. The digital signal will give a higher quality picture than either S-Video or VGA. Of course, your computer will need to have a DVI connection and your TV will need to be an HDTV. This cord is definitely not cheap, it ranges anywhere from $40 to $80.



4. HDMI - Using HDMI will give you the best quality by far. No computers that I know of yet have HDMI ports, but you can get a DVI to HDMI cable to connect it to your HDTV. HDMI is compatible with DVI.



5. Scan Converter Box - This is the last method that I could think of and it involves using a scan converter box, which takes a VGA signal and converts it into S-Video or component video.



Here’s a graphic I created with some pictures of the various cables:see pics on top

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Data Recovery Tools - The 4 Main Options...A James








As our computer systems grow and our Internet connections remain constant, there are more and more reasons to need data recovery tools all the time. New viruses, complicated hard drive systems and hard backup solutions all increase the chance of losing the files we save on our computer systems. With the changes in the world of saved data, the data recovery tools have also changed and at times not for the better. Let us take a look at the utilities available for file recovery.



The FREE Software Option



We all understand by now that the Internet is a marketing and money making tool. When you search for data recovery software and services, you will find thousands of search results. Some of these results are links to FREE software that will "recover" your missing data. But, the consumer must be warned. Those free software programs do not work in all cases of data loss. Most often they only work for files that have been accidentally deleted or lost in the hard drive somewhere. If the files are lost to some more intricate reason, these FREE tools can lose all of the file information and render it impossible to regain.



The PAID Software Option



Paid recovery software can do so much more than the free, or undelete software on the market. The normal prices will range from $75.00 to more than $100.00. Even though the price may seem high, these software programs can do so much more than any free software.



The Send Away Option



Yet another data recovery option is the send out. Some companies will ask you to remove your hard drive and send it to a recovery center. Here, the files will be located on the drive and restored for the consumer. But, there is a scam awaiting with this option as well. Some services that require send out are only middle men. They drive the price of the recovery up and you send your drive to a center - they are essentially working for as a marketer.



The Technician Option



The final option is the in person technician visit. This data recovery option is the most secure, but will often be the most expensive. Local technicians will often require 48 hours or more to find the files and restore them from the broken data system.



When you are in the middle of a data loss, the data recovery tools available will vary just as much as the reasons you lost those files in the first place. While the easiest form of data recovery is software, it may not be the best choice in some cases. When in doubt, study each data recovery utility and choose for yourself.


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How to Retrieve Deleted Files From Your Computer...Lewis Waller








When we need to retrieve deleted files, we are often frustrated, perturbed, fraught with worry... and sometimes even in jeopardy of losing our jobs. We all need the ability to retrieve deleted files. Is there some kind of computer hacking trick to know? Do we have to be familiar with any programming languages? Would it help to vent out our frustration and bash the living heck out of our computers with a baseball bat?



The answers to these questions are no, no, and NO! There's no computer hacking trick to know, there's no need for knowing anything about programming languages, and no, bashing your computer in, though it may work wonders for relieving stress, won't help you retrieve deleted files.



The tool to use is data retrieval software. Can such software work if you've deleted a file only to realize it after the recycle bin has been emptied? Yes, not a problem. What if your computer crashed and you had to reboot and lose a lot of unsaved data? No problem there, either. What if your computer caught a nasty virus and you were forced to start with a clean slate and reformat your entire hard drive and reinstall your operating system software all over again? Yes, even in that situation, such software tools are up to the task.



If ever you have mistakenly deleted a file, remember - data never really completely leaves your computer system... it's always there, hiding out somewhere within your computer, just waiting to be found. If you need to retrieve deleted files, it can all be done with the right software tool, and with a mere few mouse clicks, all that you thought was "lost and gone forever" will be once again found, with no need for hacking skills or programming knowledge. Regain what has been snatched away from you, and take back your "lost" data today!


The Acer D2D Erecovery 101...A Mod








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Disclaimer: First of all backup your system using this: before launching you in any hazardous operation, some of the operations to come can cause data loss. Any modification and/or damage done on your laptop will be under your responsibility.



As you know now the Acer laptops and those of other manufacturers are now delivered with a restoration system installed in a hidden partition (PQservice for Acer)on your hard disk. Normally this system launches out while pressing simultaneously keys ALT+F10, but sometimes that does not function.




What's the problem?



There are many possible causes, but most common are:



A The function D2D was disabled in the bios.



Solution: Enable the function by pressing F2 during the boot to access the bios menu and change the setting, then reboot and press keys ALT+F10 during the starting of the laptop.



Note: For all the following solutions take into account the Max advice, I quote Max now, a contributor in my site «But I want to mention the way I sorted out the thing, because it's very rarely mentioned on the web.



All the methods to repair the D2D Alt+f10 issue are knowledgeable and smart but all of them forget to say a fundamental thing:



first of all you have to rebuild with a partition soft the D:Acerdata FAT32 empty partition that almost everybody deletes cause is usually empty. Simply doing it, everything turned fine and the recovery worked perfectly.»



Yes much of attempts to restore fail because of this condition.



B An other common problem the Acer Master Boot Record (MBR)is damaged, or replaced by the MBR of another system. You can reinstall the Acer MBR if the partition PQservice is present or if you can have access to the necessary files.



Solutions:



FIRST



On a functional FAT32 Windows system the partition table values are OC or OB for installable FAT32 system files and 12 or 1B for Hidden FAT32 partition, for a NTFS system the known partition table values are O7 for installable NTFS files system and 27 for Acer custom hidden NTFS partition:



1/ Go in the bios and disable the D2D recovery option.



2/ Download partedit32.



3/ Identify the PQservice partition by its size (there is an information box at the bottom of the partedit window) it is the small sized partition approximately 4 to 9 Go.Once made change the type of your partition into 0C(FAT32) or 07(NTFS) and save. Reboot and now you should be able to navigate inside the PQservice partition.



Search for these two files:



mbrwrdos.exe



rtmbr.bin



(The name of these two files can be different sometimes)



When localized open a command prompt windows as an administrator and enter this command "mbrwrdos.exe install rtmbr.bin", to install the Acer MBR. Close the command prompt, reboot again your laptop, reactivate the D2D recovery in the bios. Now ALT+F10 should work and run the Acer Erecovery when the laptop start.



SECOND



Somebody who tried to follow the first method but did not succeed to find the 2 files found another solution to restore the partition.



Use partedit32(available at http://laptop-support.net) to locate the partition pqservice(on aspire 5920g,its the larger 9 gb partition)



Change the partition type to 07(Installable NTFS),reboot.



After reboot,go to the windows computer management and mark the PQservice partition as active then reboot again.



Voila!! You can now proceed to the road to recovery



THIRD



On a nonfunctional Windows system.



Download the Ultimate Boot CD(UBCD) run it choose in the menu:



-Filesystem Tools



-Boot Managers



-For me GAG functioned well, but you can choose any of the other boot loader, you will recognize the PQservice by it type(hidden).



Just install any boot loader and use it to boot into the PQservice to start the Erecovery restoring process.



C The last problem: You replaced your hard disc( in this case PQservice is not present any more) or your partition was erased or damaged.



Solution: I hope that you burned the Acer restoration CD/DVD when it had been asked to you at the time of the first use, cause if you did not previously make a backup of your laptop by making a disc image, it will not be possible to use the Acer Erecovery.



Let us give the last words to Max:



«Problem Sorted Alan.



And you're right that an external drive for data backup it's all important. Yes I have it and backed-up my data before starting messing up... »

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How to Backup Your Hard Disk Data...Peter Bowey


Implement your own Backup System:

Backing up computer data has become an imperative job for Windows users. This occurs because data safety is very critical and every user must be aware that unpredictable events can happen and that could destroy important data on their PC's or Mac's. Learning how to perform backups is a really 'an absolute must'. Any user, no matter how confident he or she is about their computer, need undertake actions to prevent losing data (images, music, documents, work, email, etc). Hard disks crash, power blackouts occur, accidental deleting of files DOES occur. Viruses or other unplanned events can destroy your work in a split second, but, don't blame these events; blame yourself for not learning backing-up! Now read on - to learn how.



A basic Introduction: Performing a Basic Backup - for those just getting started!



What and How to Backup?



If you were a System Administrator responsible for maintaining critical Network Servers, the answer would be EVERYTHING! However, this would make for some extra hard work and a deep understanding of how computers work. What I outline here is a simple basic backup method. Attempting to backup everything is a very hard challenge for modern Windows. Why? Since Windows 2000 release, Windows (2000, XP, and Vista) has become a true multi-tasking operating system. This means there are some System Files that CANNOT be 'easily' backed-up - or restored. It is like trying to lift yourself out of bed - by your own feet!



Complete software backups are possible with multiple operating systems and more than one hard drive!



To dual boot means that you have more than one operating system installed on the hard drive and that you can decide between the two when you start your computer.



Instead of backing up everything, I will advise you on simple back-up method. This involves only those things that are irreplaceable, and that means critical data and personal files. All other things (Operating System and Programs) can be replaced by a clean install. Let us look at each software component in order:





  • Operating System - If your hard drive fails, you may need to buy a new unit and start with a clean install. Step one is installing the Operating System. You will need two things to do this, the installation media (CD-ROM), and its associated Product Key.





  • Program Software (Office, etc) - This will come with its own CD-ROM, and it's associated registration codes. Make sure you know where they are when it comes time to reinstall.





  • Downloadable software (Skype, Firefox, etc) - Go to the respective Website, and print out the details for the products download page. If you need to reinstall, this will tell you where to go for the download.





  • Shareware - Print out the registration code, along with the Web home page (if applicable) and store it.



Now, if you do some analysis of your own hard drive, you will find that at least 70%, and probably more, of what is on your hard drive falls in one of the above categories. With just a little preparation, you can reinstall all of this above software - if you really need to do so.





  • Documents: This folder is the main area for your personal data. Normally, all your saved work, pictures, and music are placed in a folder in this directory. This makes it a very easy to do a backup on this section.





  • Address book: Whatever e-mail client you use, you have an address book containing a list of those people you have contacted.





  • Bookmarks and Favorites: You will have saved the addresses of some great Web sites. Netscape saves them as a single file, Internet Explorer uses a single directory containing individual links to each site.





  • E-mail files: All those special messages you sent and received can be backed up.





  • Other: You may have MYOB or QuickBooks that has critical data that cannot be replaced easily.



Create your own Backup with a Batch File: Step one is purchase an external USB hard drive kit. Once installed correctly, a new drive will be shown in "My Computer". Make a note of the drive letter that is allocated to it -eg; E: or F: or G:, etc...



The key to your own automated backup is the use of a batch file. This is a text file (or script file) that contains commands that are executed whenever the file is run. Creating a batch file is quite easy. In Windows, you can create one using Notepad. The thing to remember is that it must be a pure ASCII text file. Using a Word Processor, even WordPad, will not produce a pure text. I recommend using Notepad.



It is often easier to copy your existing work directories to separate hard disk (or a network resource) rather than using other complicated backup software. Several directories can be backed up easily by simply creating a simple a batch file (termed .CMD file in Windows 2000, XP and Vista). This 'backup' file can be saved and you may either:





  • Run it manually from your Windows Desktop - or





  • Add a 'short-cut' to this file into the Windows [Startup] folder





  • It can be added to the Windows [Scheduled Tasks] folder



Windows Batch files have many other uses - just like this working example. Copy the text box below, and paste it into Notepad. Save the file with a name like 'MyBackup.cmd, and be sure to add the cmd extension, and not the default txt.



This can be used as a working template of your own automatic backup script! Modify it to suit your own needs:



Notes: substitute the 'set drive=E:Backup' for the drive letter of your 2nd hard drive (or other network path).



Copy and Paste this 'Backup Script' to Notepad: (then save as MyBackup.cmd)



@Echo off



:: variables



Set drive=E:Backup



Set BackUpCmd=xcopy /s /e /h /c /d /i /r /k /y



Echo 1. Backing up My Documents...



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%My Documents" "%drive%My Documents"



Echo 2. Backing up Favorites...



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%Favorites" "%drive%Favorites"



Echo 3. Backing up email and address book (Outlook Express)...



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%Application DataMicrosoftAddress Book" "%drive%Address Book"



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataIdentities" "%drive%Outlook Express"



Echo 4. Backing up email and contacts (MS Outlook)...



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook" "%drive%Outlook"



Echo 5. Backing up email and contacts (Incredimail)...



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataIMIdentities" "%drive%Incredimail"



Echo 6. Backing up email and contacts (Mozilla)...



%BackUpCmd% "%USERPROFILE%Application DataMozillaProfiles" "%drive%Mozilla"



Echo 7. Backing up the Windows Registry...



If not exist ";%drive%Registry" mkdir "%drive%Registry"



If exist "%drive%Registryregbackup.reg" del "%drive%Registryregbackup.reg"



Regedit /e "%drive%Registryregbackup.reg"



Echo Backup Complete! ... Hit any key ...



@Pause





The above Batch Script performs the following:





  • Backs up My Documents (all your documents, pictures, music, etc)





  • Backs up Favourites (the website addresses you have saved)





  • Backs up Outlook Express email and address book for the current user





  • Backs up Outlook email and contacts for the current user (if found.)





  • Backs up Incredimail email and address book for the current user (if found.)





  • Backs up Mozilla email and address book for the current user (if found)





  • Backs up the Windows Registry data for the current user



This script copies the files to the directory defined in the %drive% variable (E:Backup in the above script). After the first run, the script will incrementally add (over-write) any files that are found to be new - or have been changed. This backup script will copy system and hidden files found.



Understanding the Backup script:





  • Lines that begin with "::" are simply script comments





  • The "set drive=" is used to indicate your backup Drive and any file path





  • The "set BackUpCmd=" is used for the Xcopy command switches





  • Lines beginning with "echo " are used to output text progress messages



Notes:





  • You can cancel this running script by a CTRL%2BC or CTRL%2BBreak





  • The Registry backup in the above example saves the current 'User Profile' registry profile state. Saving the entire Windows System Hive Registry is not part of this simplistic and 'essential files' backup approach.



Easily Backup And Search Your Email



A great program that allows you to easily backup many popular Windows email programs, is MailStore Home. This is a free software tool will allow you to backup and archive email from the following email based programs:





  • Microsoft Outlook





  • Microsoft Outlook Express





  • Microsoft Windows Mail





  • Microsoft Exchange Server Mailboxes





  • Mozilla Thunderbird





  • Mozilla SeaMonkey





  • Webmailer





  • POP3 and IMAP





  • File Import






MailStore Home allows you to backup your email's messages from many common applications into one accessible archive store. MailStore will import your existing email from Outlook, Windows Mail, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Exchange. Once MailStore has archived your email, you can use this software to easily search through all your messages by keyword. Optionally, you can quickly create a backup CD or DVD within this program. CD and DVD burning is fully integrated within MailStore Home. Archived email messages are stored in a easy MIME-compatible format, and can be easily recovered at any time.



A better tool than using xcopy = RoboCopy:



Robocopy, or "Robust File Copy", is a command-line folder replication tool. It has been freely available as part of the Windows Resource Kit (outside this site), and has now been introduced as a standard component of Windows Vista.



Robocopy is noted for its capabilities above and beyond the built-in Windows COPY and XCOPY (outside this site) commands, including the following:





  • Ability to tolerate outages and resume copying where it previously left off





  • Ability to correctly copy attributes, owner information, alternate data streams, auditing information, and timestamp's by default





  • Ability to correctly copy NTFS ACL's, (when /COPYALL provided)





  • Persistence by default, with a programmable number of automatic retries if a file cannot be opened





  • A "mirror" mode, which keeps folder contents in sync by optionally deleting files out of the destination that are no longer present in the source





  • Ability to copy a very large numbers of files that would otherwise exceed the resources of the built-in utility





  • A progress indicator on the command line that updates continuously



Robocopy will not copy open files that are found to be 'in use' by other users or applications. The Windows Volume Shadow Copy service is the only Windows sub-system that can open files while they are in use. Robocopy does not implement accessing the Volume Shadow Copy service.



Traditionally Robocopy itself is a command-line tool, however Microsoft Technet has provided a GUI front-end.




This article originates from content located at Peter Bowey Computer Solutions


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How To Configure Hard Drive For Copying-Cloning (IDE)...Jermaine Reid


Hard Drive configurations

1) Old hard drive to new hard drive - primary master to secondary slave (connect both drives to the same IDE ribbon cable)



Ensure jumpers are physically set right. Old hard drive jumpers are suppose to set to master and new hard drive is set jumpers set to slave. Refer to manufacturers manual if any. Again this assumes that your connecting both drives to the same IDE ribbon cable. This does not apply for SATA drives



2) Old hard drive to new hard drive- primary master to secondary master (old drive is connected to the primary controller and new drive is connected to the secondary controller)



If however you are using the secondary controller then you should set the new hard drive jumper to master. This does not apply to SATA. SATA drives are configured from the systems BIOS. Use your system BIOS to configure drives. This configuration (IDE) assumes that there is no other device connected if however there is a CD-ROM connected to the secondary controller set the jumper to slave thus making it a secondary slave.



Note the red stripes on the IDE ribbon must lay flush with power plug to each drive. If you connect the ribbon opposite the hard drive will not power up. This is on for IDE Drives



If you are planning to backup your computer without a second drive. You are going to need a program to partition your hard drive and split it into sections. Most programs that I have used require the hard drive split size this is called partitioning. Kinda makes sense why would you backup you system up on a faulty part of your drive. Best rule of thumb is to use one section for your regular everyday things and the other for backup purposes. So if your system encounter problems you can recover your system with ease.



So how do you really make an identical copy of your hard drive? You can't just drag and drop files in Windows to the new drive. You must do a bit-for-bit copy of your drive, including all the hidden files, files in use, and other junk that doesn't show up in Windows Explorer.



Power users have long relied on Symantec's Norton Ghost to make bit-for-bit copies, or clones, of their hard drives. But at $70 a copy, that can be a little pricey for something many people may use only once. (In fairness to Ghost, the software does include lots of additional features that make it suitable for general backup use too.)



You know what I'm going to say next: How about a free alternative? Enter Clonezilla, an open source cloning application that works well and... hey, did I mention it's free?



As with Ghost, Clonezilla isn't exactly for computer novices. You burn the program to a bootable CD, and DOS-like prompts guide you through the cloning process. The amount of information displayed can be daunting, but most of it can be ignored. To copy a disk, just select the disk-to-disk option at the menu, and let it do its thing.



I gave it a shot using two 250GB drives (with the source drive having about 100GB of data on it), and the job was done in about 20 minutes. When finished, I had a perfect copy of my original hard drive that I could have subbed in for the original. In my case, I just saved it as a handy "just in case" backup. Clonezilla works with SATA or IDE drives and even supports USB drives. Give it a spin next time you have a big drive copying job to do.


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Full Windows Vista Backup...Jacob E


In today's world it has never been more important to backup your computer files. Still most people do not think of backing up their data until it's too late. You need a plan of action before your computer hardware goes out or before your Windows Vista operating system takes a dive.

All most all versions of Windows Vista have some sort of auto backup feature included in the operating system. Vista starter does not and only basic functionality in Vista home. Business and Ultimate have a complete backup and restore function. This is what you really want to use but for all the other Vista versions it is not included and third party software should be used in it's place.



What Can I backup?



Ultimate and Business have a full backup feature. This allows you to make an image of your drive. In English it backups up all programs, settings and files. If your drive crashes or you have a hardware failure you simply take this image and reload it. You will not have to re-install all your other computer files and programs. It's the best and easiest method. Because of the cost to develop such software most home end users will not have these two OS versions.



For Home and Premium you are not able to backup programs but can backup settings and personal files and folders like documents, pictures, music and the like. If you do not buy backup software then you should at least take advantage of this free feature in Vista.



What do I need for backup?



Only you can decide the best backup solution. Personally it's a no brainer for me. I have 40 plus programs installed on my system so I need a full image backup of my computer in case it goes down. I don't have time to re-load and look for all my software discs. I use Vista premium and while Microsoft's free backup program is nice it does not do the full backup that I want.



Most newer computers have two hard drives in them already. If yours does then consider making one just for the backup of your system. You should never backup the data onto the same drive were the original data is stored. If you do not have a second hard drive then consider paying a hundred plus dollars and getting an external one. Sundays paper is a great way to look for deals on this.



If you had to choose a particular backup program I would say go with Acronis. This is one of the few computer backup programs on the market that lets you do a full image backup and is very easy to use. The cost is the same as most and for the money it is one of the best on the market. Not all people will need a full image backup. If you have many programs installed then you should consider it. Regardless you really need to develop a data backup plan and stick to it. Some day you will thank your lucky stars that you did.

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