(Part two in a series) For part one go to: Before you Rebuild your Computer (Actually, before your system fails) In my last blog, I shared suggestions that might help you to affect an efficient return to service for your computer system. The day has come. Your system is corrupted or has failed (or become … Continue reading Time to Recover – Rebuilding your Computer
With the recent (May 2014) occurrence of a significant Windows Internet Explorer bug, we are reminded of the potential for Windows OS intrusion and damage. No matter how proactive we become, cyber criminals will continue to pursue efforts to intrude, destroy, or disrupt system performance. Vigilance is important. Both scheduled and random reviews of the … Continue reading Schedule SFC scan NOW!
One of my favorite Windows 7 tools is the ability to display an entire network map by navigating to the Network and Sharing Center in the Control Panel and clicking “See Full Map”. The tool provides an excellent means to view either ad hoc or infrastructure network elements. Drawing a full network maps requires that … Continue reading Requirements for Link-Layer Topology Discovery in Windows 7
Recently while building a new image for an upcoming class, one of the required guest operating systems was Windows Vista SP2. Sounds simple enough, the installation of Windows Vista SP2 proceeded as normal. But, after logging in is where the issues began. After logging in the first 2 things you will notice is the mouse … Continue reading Installing Windows Vista in Hyper-V