Monthly Archives: March 2010

XP Mode No Longer Require Hardware Virtualization!!

Today, one of my friend told me that XP mode no longer requires hardware virtualization and I was so excited and went ahead to download and try! http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx Went to the site to re-download the files required and saw an … Continue reading

Posted in Intel Virtualization Technology, Microsoft Windows | Leave a comment

Client going to different Domain Controller randomly for authentications (Cause and Solution)

Link to the blog which I have posted weeks before. http://sgwindowsgroup.org/blogs/panda/archive/2010/03/03/client-going-to-different-domain-controller-randomly-for-authentications.aspx Re-cap of the issue I encountered Using domain account A and login to the client machine for 5 times, the logon server randomly hop between 3 different domain controller … Continue reading

Posted in Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Windows, Troubleshooting | Leave a comment

System Hang when combine usage of AVG, Broadband-On-Mobile (BOM) and Windows 7

Ever encounter your whole system hang (Freeze) when you are using Broadband-On-Mobile (BOM) on Windows 7 that is installed with AVG? Initially, I was thinking if its my system problem as my laptop is about 4yrs old. However, after I … Continue reading

Posted in IT Security, Microsoft Windows

Slow Boot Up of Domain Joined Windows XP Client Machine…

  I know… everyone is talking about Windows 7 nowaday and Windows XP is about to EOL. However, my whole environment is still running on Windows XP under AD 2003. And what I see here is that knowing the fundamental … Continue reading

Posted in Managing Active Directory, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Windows, Troubleshooting | Tagged | Leave a comment

Do not press F1 when Prompt when Surfing Internet on Internet Explore on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000

Dear all… One of guys shared this news with me just now and I think its good for me to share it out on this forum too. Read the following link as there is a trojan that is exploiting the … Continue reading

Posted in IT Security, Microsoft Windows | Leave a comment

Enough of 2 hour Reboot…

For those who are still using Windows 7 RC, I guess you will understand what I mean when you see the title of this blog. 🙂 Well, I really have enough of the 2 hour reboot especially when I am … Continue reading

Posted in Microsoft Windows | Leave a comment