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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Copy a Single File to Avoid Re-Activating Windows XP

The Online Tech Tips site offers up a great tip for anyone reinstalling XP off something other than their original CD—such as a slipstreamed and automated installation—or lacking a net connection to run the activation. Before wiping your system clean, grab a file named WPA.DBL from the System32 directory and save it to a thumb drive or other external media. When you load up your new system, skip registration, enter "Safe Mode" from the boot menu, and drop it back into that System32 folder. Now you're re-activated and free of nagging. Hit the link below for detailed explanation of each step.

Game Key Revealer Finds the Keys for Your Games

Windows only: If you have a game installed on your computer but have lost the original documents that came with it, you can still retrieve the product keys for safekeeping. Game Key Revealer is a small portable application that can help you recover your lost game keys.
Game Key Revealer supports more than 500 popular computer games from well known publishers like Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, THQ and Lucasarts. The game key of games like The Sims 2, Call of Duty, Crysis or Far Cry can be revealed if the game is installed on the system.

Operation is as simple as running the executable, clicking "Find Games" and watching as it quickly crawls your computer retrieving all the available game keys. Game Key Revealer is a free download for Windows Only.

UNetbootin Creates USB-Bootable Linux the Easy Way

Windows and Linux only: Free bootable image creator UNetbootin automates the downloading, imaging, and installing of Linux distributions onto USB thumb drives, creating a persistent, boot-anywhere desktop. We've previously featured rather involved guides to putting Linux on a flash drive, but UNetbootin does it all for you, from downloading the right ISO to setting up a USB stick as a bootable Linux drive. It can also convert almost any bootable ISO, so if you've got an old, smaller thumb drive not seeing much use these days, you can use UNetbootin to install a partition editor, a file-recovering live CD, or the Windows password-cracking Ophcrack. UNetbootin is a free download for Windows XP and higher and Linux systems.

UNetbootin [via Tombuntu]

Monday, August 25, 2008

Windows Admin Password Hack

Windows Admin Password Hack:
Forgot your NT admin password?
Reinstall? Oh no� But not any more�

This is a utility to (re)set the password of any user that has a valid (local) account on your NT system.
You do not need to know the old password to set a new one.
It works offline, that is, you have to shutdown your computer and boot off a floppydisk or CD. The bootdisk includes stuff to access NTFS and FAT/FAT32 partitions and scripts to glue the whole thing together.

Will detect and offer to unlock locked or disabled out user accounts!
It is also an almost fully functional registry editor!

Windows Admin Hack allows you to reset the administrator password on
Windows 2000/XP.

The ISO must be burned to a CD or Flash drive.

When it is booted, a mini version of linux starts which allows the
administrator password to be reset. useful if you need to work on a
machine the password is unknown


Sunday, August 24, 2008

NEC Wireless USB Prototype Just As Fast As USB 2.0

Wireless USB has finally begun to match regular USB 2.0 speeds, making our inevitable launch into a life untethered by the confines of copper and rubber cabling all the more forthcoming. At the Fall 2008 Intel Developer Forum, NEC unveiled a WUSB prototype that transfers at speeds of 200Mbits per second. The company didn't mention the effective range or when it plans on commercializing its new technology, but it's still exciting news for all of us who have trouble finding our desks under the tangle of our various USB doohickeys. [Tech On via EverythingUSB]

Saturday, August 16, 2008


Craagle is an easy to use tool to find and download cracks and serials through internet quickly.

It searches for cracks/serials over the internet in the best cracks/serials sites and show you the results in moments!, then you can download any crack/serial quickly.

Since Download Craagle doesn't use Internet Explorer to search and get the cracks and serials, you can use it without any fear of any Virus, Adware, Trojan or Immoral content that most of the crack sites contain, so it's 100% saveware !!

Driver Magician

Driver Magician offers a professional solution for device drivers backup, restoration, update and removal in Windows operating system. It identifies all the hardware in the system, extracts their associated drivers from the hard disk and backs them up to a location of your choice. Then when you format and reinstall/upgrade your operating system, you can restore all the "saved" drivers just as if you had the original driver diskettes in your hands. After one system reboot, your PC will be loaded and running with the required hardware drivers.Download Driver Magician

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Edison Makes Your PC Go Green

Windows only: Free system tray application Edison helps save energy and money by tweaking your PC's power settings on a schedule. Edison allows you to set different energy preferences for work and non-work time, then choose the times you want each profile to run. The power settings determine how long your PC should wait before turning off the display, powering down your hard drive, and suspending your computer. After you set your preferences, Edison also estimates your yearly savings in terms of money, energy, and CO2 emissions. Edison is freeware, requires .NET 2.0 and an email address for registration. If Edison's whopping 45MB memory footprint is too high for your tastes, check out previously mentioned LocalCooling. For more green PC tips, try our best tips for going green with your PC.

Edison [via Download Squad]

Fill Out Our Survey to Win a $300 Visa Gift Card

Let's make a deal: You tell us a few little things about yourself, and we'll give you a chance to win a $300 Visa gift card. Fill out our survey and enter your email address at the very end for your chance to win. Your responses really help us know who you are and what you like and how Zanhar Jabir can better suit you, so thanks for taking the time! Fill out the quick online survey now.

Google Reader Lets You Pick Your Friends

If you were one of many people who were upset when Google Reader began automatically displaying your shared items to all of your contacts in Gmail Chat, this one's for you: Google Reader now allows users to selectively choose who to share with.
It's a nice improvement, especially considering the only way to unshare with someone before was to remove them entirely from your contact list. Thanks alaysias!

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Laptop containing 33,000 Clear users information stolen

Security 101: Never put unencrypted sensitive information on a laptop and expect that it's safe. Especially if you are the TSA. Recently, the TSA announced that a laptop was stolen from San Francisco International Airport containing "pre-enrollment records of approximately 33,000 customers" for the Clear Trusted Traveler Program. For $100 per year, the Clear Program enables travelers to get through airport security faster by showing TSA officers their Clear Registered Traveler Card and going through a special security line. While this program has no doubt saved many people valuable time getting through security, there are about 33,000 people who are now asking the question "Who has my personal information?"

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Magic Trick With Google

Here’s a magic trick to surprise friends with; go to the flash-based fake Google homepage by Dark Arts Media. Ask someone casually to watch the Google logo; don’t announce you’re about to perform a magic trick. Now click anywhere on the page while pointing at the logo with the other hand, and then move two of your fingers to completely cover the the “o"s in the Google logo. When you remove the fingers, hopefully to much surprise, the letters “o” will be missing from the logo.

Now ask the visitor to move her fingers over the missing “o"s, and click on the page again. After your friend removes the fingers, the logo will be complete again.

The trick here? Whenever you click on the page, the letters will disappear after five seconds. Clicking again will make them reappear after five seconds. (A third click, by the way, will change the page to an actual Google homepage so you can perform searches then.) If you successfully perform this trick, let us know!