[23 Jan 2008 | One Comment | 3,230 Views]

Hate memorizing all of those network users and passwords?
Don’t care about security? I personally use this in my home network.
Then this is the article for you…
Notice: In newer XP’s you cannot connect to a network share or computer with a blank password.
— To Allow Blank Network Passwords —
1) Goto Start > Run > secpol.msc
2) Goto Local Policies > Security Options
3) Look For “Accounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only”
(3rd one from the top)
4) Right click and select Properties

5) Select the radio button next to Disabled …

[22 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 8,917 Views]

Did you plug in a USB device (storage) such as a flash drive, memory card, mp3 player, phone, etc and you don’t see its “drive” in My Computer?
This may be a problem with your drive mappings or a driver problem.
I will explain the drive mappings ( drive letter) and will explain how to see the driver error.
(Remember, clicking on an image, will open a new window/tab hopefully increasing the size and ability to understand it better!)
— Assigning A Drive Letter —
1) Plug In Your Device! and make sure, if its …

[11 Jan 2008 | 51 Comments | 31,156 Views]

Solution for receiving the following error message:
“Failed to uninstall the device. The device may be required to boot up the computer.”
When trying to uninstall devices…
(Click on certain images, if they are hard to read.)
—- Solution 1 —-
(Will Remove Driver For Good!)
(More Advanced, if you are not sure, please comment!, screwing up the registry is sometimes irreversible)
Open device manager (either from control panel or type ‘devmgmt.msc’ in Run…)
Right click on the device that you are tying to uninstall
Choose ‘Properties’
Goto ‘Details’ Tab

Make Note of the Boxed Region In the Following Image (the …

[3 Jan 2008 | 16 Comments | 15,596 Views]

Fix For “Your current security settings do not allow this action” when working with Networked Files.
When trying to Copy or Drag & Drop Or Transfer files from network share to Local computer.
Common on Windows XP SP3 with IE7 Updates
This problem has been fixed by Microsoft and only showed up if you were testing a pre-release version of SP3.
Get this error…
“Your current security settings do not allow this action”

“This page has an unspecified potential security risk. Would you like to continue?”

when trying to copy/open a network file/folder to your local computer.
Possible …