Tag: ITpro

[FIXED] JUMPLIST disappear in Windows 7

Jumplist one of the most efficient facility in the windows 7…where we can easily access to the most used windows or the pinned window without any trouble to go through My Computer. But what if the Jumplist get disappear…..same thing happen to me somedays before…few minutes ago I was using the jumplist to play my

[FIXED] Gadget Window disappear in Windows 7

Someday ago I was just tweaking my machine…i.e. windows 7….and it just gave me impact of gadget window disappear….whenever I try to open the gadget Window by right click on the desktop, to select the gadget I get no response…it was like I was having misfire every time. To fix it I ran out through

[Windows 7]MS Application Virtualization for Remote Desktop Services.

Problem may occur  like Application Conflicts in remote desktop services deployments. Servers begin to containt he applications within the servers and this may isolate and prevent the application from running as intended.so,to resolve sucha kind of problem Microsoft has released the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) for Remote Desktop Support Program.This program is designed to provide

[Fix] Vulnerability on 32-bit Windows 7

Some days ago I was going through some article fixing the error on windows 7….but suddenly I got an article about the 17- year old EoP (Elevation of Privilege) Vulnerability that is still surviving in our Operating system with a multiple iteration of  platform. It is the case of the BIOS calls in the virtual

Hiren’s bootcd 10.1….now available.

Hiren’s Boot CD is a boot CD containing various diagnostic programs such as partitioning agents, system performance benchmarks, disk cloning and imaging tools, data recovery tools, MBR tools, BIOS tools, and many others for fixing various computer problems. It is a Bootable CD; thus, it can be useful even if the primary operating system cannot

[How To]Unattended Installation file Guide.

Introduction The goal of this document is to collect instructions for performing unattended / silent installations of many popular application installers. Such instructions are useful for automating these installations. A quick word on terminology: Strictly speaking, an unattended installation is one which does not require user interaction, and a silent (or quiet) installation is one