File is too large for destination system

If you receive “File is too large for destination system” message while copying large file, this is because the destination hard drive is formatted in FAT system. We can fix this problem by following these steps. Open command prompt with administrator right. (Right click command prompt and Run as Administrator)Enter the command, convert <drive> /fs:ntfs /nosecurity […]

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Disable AutoShareServer

For Server Open regedit Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters\ Create DWORD (32 bit) Value Type: AutoShareServer Set Value to 0 For workstation Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters\ Create DWORD (32 bit) Value Type: AutoShareWks Set Value to 0

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Hide folder from browsing in network

If you want to share a folder but hide it from browsing. Just put $ symber at the end of the folder. Eg. If you want to share folder name ‘Suraj’ and you do not want it to display while browsing network folders rename the folder name as ‘Suraj$’ and share it.

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Windows XP Update problem Error 0x800B0003 or Error 0x800B0004

Register the following files with these steps: 1.  Click on Start, Run and type “REGSVR32 SOFTPUB.DLL” (w/o the quotes).  You should see a popup message that this process succeeded. 2.  Click on Start, Run and type “REGSVR32 INITPKI.DLL” (w/o the quotes).  You should see a popup message that this process succeeded. 3.  Click on Start, […]

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Forgot Administrator Password?

Have you forgotten your computer’s password? If yes, you don’t have to worry on it. The only thing is that you should have to have a bootable CD. This method is very easy but it will take some time. so you have to be patient. First of all, make your computer’s first boot device as […]

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How to enable Registry?

Here is a simple procedure to enable registry. Open Command Prompt. Type reg delete HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v DisableRegistryTools Answer y.

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Enable/Disable Local Group Policy Objects

In a non-networked environment (or in a networked environment that does not have a domain controller), the local Group Policy object’s settings are more important, because they are not overwritten by other Group Policy objects. You can open the Group Policy snap-in to edit the local Group Policy object that is stored on your local […]

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