How to schedule a shutdown operation’s using MS DOS Batch File

January 7th, 2013 by admin | 2 Comments | Filed in DOS, WINDOWS
Share  Some time you need a schedule shutdown but you do not success to it. Wouldn’t it be nice if your windows XP machine is automatically shutdown when you schedule a shutdown operation by your hand? Microsoft Corporation includes this program on your machine called “shutdown.exe” which can shutdown your windows xp machines. To set a schedule task on your Windows xp machine you follows the followi

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How to enable or disable registry edit using command prompt or VBscript

January 5th, 2013 by admin | No Comments | Filed in WINDOWS
Share  When any type of virus attack in your computer, most viruses first disable your registry editor, task manager and other utilities. The Registry of your computer is a local database of your computer, all the settings for Windows operating system (windows XP or Windows 7) and your installed software. The registry of your operating system is a brief stack of information. There are several method are availa

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How to run system restore wizard using command prompt on windows 7

January 3rd, 2013 by admin | No Comments | Filed in DOS, WINDOWS
ShareHow to run system restore wizard using command prompt on windows 7 Command prompts a windows application, inbuilt on windows operating system. These program same as MS DOS. But some different occur between these two programs, command prompt and MS DOS.System restore wizard is a windows utility; you can run this windows utility using command prompt command. This type of all windows utility you can run using com

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How to view software and hardware information using command prompt on windows 7

January 2nd, 2013 by admin | No Comments | Filed in DOS, WINDOWS
Share  You can see the following information type using command prompt utility on your computer. To see your complete information on your screen please follows the following steps. Step1: first you open command prompt as the following way. Start > all programme > Accessories > command prompt Or you can open command prompt using this shortcut method. Press Win+r then type CMD and hit Enter button or c

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How to edit Boot time-out setting on windows 7 using command prompt.

January 2nd, 2013 by admin | No Comments | Filed in DOS, WINDOWS
Share  If you use more than one operating system then after the boot screen you need to wait 30 sec for wait (default). This boot screen gives you a time to select your target boot. This is a gateway to go one of this operating system. If you want to adjust this time out setting then you please follow these following steps and carefully apply in your computer. Step1: first you can open command prompt as the fo

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How to change drive letter using command prompt on windows 7

January 2nd, 2013 by admin | 2 Comments | Filed in WINDOWS
Share  If you want to change your drive letter [for example, your system drive letter is C: D: E:] using command prompt then you carefully read and follow the following steps. For this operation you need a command prompt programme called Diskpart if you currently use windows 7 operating system then your operating system already include this programme into your system. If this programme [diskpart] is not in you

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