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  • Sort order in Windows Explorer

    - by Haim H.
    The behaviour described below occurs on Windows-7 systems and on Windows XP. We operate in a dual-language environment - English and Hebrew. When in Windows Explorer we sort files by name, the order in which they are listed is not what we would expect. Here is a list of file names as sorted by Windows Explorer (all of the files have a .pdf suffix): 1G110033H-PP 19C050G-PP-ORB 19C050H-PPRM 19C100H-PPRM 19C-MBPS-PP 19C-MBPS-PP-1 29AAC050-PP 29AAC100-PP 29AAC100-PPUL 29B004064-PP 101AC050-PP 101AC100-PP 101B100-PPE 1091003G-PPFSUL 10108033G-PPSA 10125033H-PPM It looks to me that first the items are sorted according to the position of the first alphabetic character in the name, and then, within those groups, they are sorted in "normal" alpha-numeric order. That is, all the files with an alpha character in the first position are on top of the list, followed by those with the first alpha character in the second position, followed by those with the first alpha character in the third position, and so on. An alternate way of looking at this is that, in a file name composed of numbers and letters, the sort treats the first group of numbers in the name as the major sort node, with the rest of the name being the secondary sort node. Now that I understand the sequencing logic, it's not a big problem, but I was wondering why this happens?

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  • Windows Azure: Announcing Support for Windows Server 2012 R2 + Some Nice Price Cuts

    - by ScottGu
    Today we released some great updates to Windows Azure: Virtual Machines: Support for Windows Server 2012 R2 Cloud Services: Support for Windows Server 2012 R2 and .NET 4.5.1 Windows Azure Pack: Use Windows Azure features on-premises using Windows Server 2012 R2 Price Cuts: Up to 22% Price Reduction on Memory-Intensive Instances Below are more details about each of the improvements: Virtual Machines: Support for Windows Server 2012 R2 This morning we announced the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 – which is a fantastic update to Windows Server and includes a ton of great enhancements. This morning we are also excited to announce that the general availability image of Windows Server 2012 RC is now supported on Windows Azure.  Windows Azure is the first cloud provider to offer the final release of Windows Server 2012 R2, and it is incredibly easy to launch your own Windows Server 2012 R2 instance with it. To create a new Windows Server 2012 R2 instance simply choose New->Compute->Virtual Machine within the Windows Azure Management Portal.  You can select the “Windows Server 2012 R2” image and create a new Virtual Machine using the “Quick Create” option: Or alternatively click the “From Gallery” option if you want to customize even more configuration options (endpoints, remote powershell, availability set, etc): Creating and instantiating a new Virtual Machine on Windows Azure is very fast.  In fact, the Windows Server 2012 R2 image now deploys and runs 30% faster than previous versions of Windows Server. Once the VM is deployed you can drill into it to track its health and manage its settings: Clicking the “Connect” button allows you to remote desktop into the VM – at which point you can customize and manage it as a full administrator however you want: If you haven’t tried Windows Server 2012 R2 yet – give it a try with Windows Azure.  There is no easier way to get an instance of it up and running! Cloud Services: Support for using Windows Server 2012 R2 with Web and Worker Roles Today’s Windows Azure release also allows you to now use Windows Server 2012 R2 and .NET 4.5.1 within Web and Worker Roles within Cloud Service based applications.  Enabling this is easy.  You can configure existing existing Cloud Service application to use Windows Server 2012 R2 by updating your Cloud Service Configuration File (.cscfg) to use the new “OS Family 4” setting: Or alternatively you can use the Windows Azure Management Portal to update cloud services that are already deployed on Windows Azure.  Simply choose the configure tab on them and select Windows Server 2012 R2 in the Operating System Family dropdown: The approaches above enable you to immediately take advantage of Windows Server 2012 R2 and .NET 4.5.1 and all the great features they provide. Windows Azure Pack: Use Windows Azure features on Windows Server 2012 R2 Today we also made generally available the Windows Azure Pack, which is a free download that enables you to run Windows Azure Technology within your own datacenter, an on-premises private cloud environment, or with one of our service provider/hosting partners who run Windows Server. Windows Azure Pack enables you to use a management portal that has the exact same UI as the Windows Azure Management Portal, and within which you can create and manage Virtual Machines, Web Sites, and Service Bus – all of which can run on Windows Server and System Center.  The services provided with the Windows Azure Pack are consistent with the services offered within our Windows Azure public cloud offering.  This consistency enables organizations and developers to build applications and solutions that can run in any hosting environment – and which use the same development and management approach.  The end result is an offering with incredible flexibility. You can learn more about Windows Azure Pack and download/deploy it today here. Price Cuts: Up to 22% Reduction on Memory Intensive Instances Today we are also reducing prices by up to 22% on our memory-intensive VM instances (specifically our A5, A6, and A7 instances).  These price reductions apply to both Windows and Linux VM instances, as well as for Cloud Service based applications: These price reductions will take effect in November, and will enable you to run applications that demand larger memory (such as SharePoint, Databases, in-memory analytics, etc) even more cost effectively. Summary Today’s release enables you to start using Windows Server 2012 R2 within Windows Azure immediately, and take advantage of our Cloud OS vision both within our datacenters – and using the Windows Azure Pack within both your existing datacenters and those of our partners. If you don’t already have a Windows Azure account, you can sign-up for a free trial and start using all of the above features today.  Then visit the Windows Azure Developer Center to learn more about how to build apps with it. Hope this helps, Scott P.S. In addition to blogging, I am also now using Twitter for quick updates and to share links. Follow me at: twitter.com/scottgu

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  • Windows Phone 8 development on Windows 7 - is it or will be possible?

    - by Tiby
    I was trying to install Windows Phone 8 SDK on my Windows 7 machine and it hit me with the 'supported only on Windows 8' message. I actually wanted to develop Phone 7.5 apps on Visual Studio 2012, impossible thing with the 7.1 SDK, so I thought 8 SDK will do the job. As if it was not enough that the 8 SDK was controversial upon release, now that it's generally available, to me it seems like a horrible decision to make it available only for Windows 8, because in my humble opinion, no serious and sane developer will install Windows 8 ever, or at least in the near future, just because of the Metro UI. So, anyone knows any workarounds for developing Windows Phone 8 on Windows 7, or at least develop for 7.5 but using Visual Studio 2012?

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  • Windows 8.1 won't accept my Media Center Pack Product Key

    - by Daniel
    I just installed Windows 8.1 Pro as an upgrade from an ISO torrent. I was able to activate my original Windows 8 key successfully. However, I tried to activate my Media Center Pack key that I purchased for Windows 8 and it errors out the first try. When I try to activate it again, it then says "This key won't work. Check it and try again, or try a different key.". Do I have to purchase the key again? Thanks

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  • error in IIS7 but not on IIS6

    - by Brad
    I have a website that is we are now deploying to windows 2008 servers that has worked in the past on IIS6 without a problem. It is using .net 2 framework. Most of the website works. Just when we create a screen report over a certain size on the server we get this error. Event code: 3005 Event message: An unhandled exception has occurred. Event time: 6/2/2010 10:40:17 AM Event time (UTC): 6/2/2010 3:40:17 PM Event ID: 1b719ad45d444f949ecc9cbc23f49720 Event sequence: 10 Event occurrence: 1 Event detail code: 0 Application information: Application domain: /LM/W3SVC/3/ROOT-1-129199668164927170 Trust level: Full Application Virtual Path: / Application Path: c:\web\PatronAccess\ Machine name: WIN2008DEV Process information: Process ID: 4712 Process name: w3wp.exe Account name: NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE Exception information: Exception type: HttpException Exception message: Invalid viewstate. Request information: Request URL: http://win2008dev/WebResource.axd?d=xCXKkHAeSYHWbCg.gif Request path: /WebResource.axd User host address: 172.17.2.66 User: Is authenticated: False Authentication Type: Thread account name: NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE Thread information: Thread ID: 6 Thread account name: NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE Is impersonating: False Stack trace: at System.Web.UI.Page.DecryptStringWithIV(String s, IVType ivType) at System.Web.Handlers.AssemblyResourceLoader.System.Web.IHttpHandler.ProcessRequest(HttpContext context) at System.Web.HttpApplication.CallHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication.IExecutionStep.Execute() at System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously) Custom event details: And this one. A process serving application pool 'PatronAccess' suffered a fatal communication error with the Windows Process Activation Service. The process id was '4596'. The data field contains the error number. I have a debug of the application pool but I don't know where to go from here. * wait with pending attach Symbol search path is: Executable search path is: ModLoad: 00bd0000 00bd8000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\w3wp.exe ModLoad: 77380000 774a7000 C:\Windows\system32\ntdll.dll ModLoad: 75cb0000 75d8b000 C:\Windows\system32\kernel32.dll ModLoad: 75b60000 75c26000 C:\Windows\system32\ADVAPI32.dll ModLoad: 75df0000 75eb2000 C:\Windows\system32\RPCRT4.dll ModLoad: 76500000 765aa000 C:\Windows\system32\msvcrt.dll ModLoad: 76250000 762ed000 C:\Windows\system32\USER32.dll ModLoad: 75ae0000 75b2b000 C:\Windows\system32\GDI32.dll ModLoad: 75ec0000 76004000 C:\Windows\system32\ole32.dll ModLoad: 731a0000 731d6000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\IISUTIL.dll ModLoad: 75330000 75421000 C:\Windows\system32\CRYPT32.dll ModLoad: 75490000 754a2000 C:\Windows\system32\MSASN1.dll ModLoad: 758e0000 758fe000 C:\Windows\system32\USERENV.dll ModLoad: 758c0000 758d4000 C:\Windows\system32\Secur32.dll ModLoad: 75b30000 75b5d000 C:\Windows\system32\WS2_32.dll ModLoad: 774e0000 774e6000 C:\Windows\system32\NSI.dll ModLoad: 75ac0000 75ade000 C:\Windows\system32\IMM32.DLL ModLoad: 772b0000 77378000 C:\Windows\system32\MSCTF.dll ModLoad: 774f0000 774f9000 C:\Windows\system32\LPK.DLL ModLoad: 75c30000 75cad000 C:\Windows\system32\USP10.dll ModLoad: 74d30000 74d51000 C:\Windows\system32\NTMARTA.DLL ModLoad: 77500000 7754a000 C:\Windows\system32\WLDAP32.dll ModLoad: 75990000 75997000 C:\Windows\system32\PSAPI.DLL ModLoad: 754b0000 754c1000 C:\Windows\system32\SAMLIB.dll ModLoad: 744c0000 744ce000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\w3wphost.dll ModLoad: 77550000 775dd000 C:\Windows\system32\OLEAUT32.dll ModLoad: 72ec0000 72f12000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\nativerd.dll ModLoad: 742a0000 742cf000 C:\Windows\system32\XmlLite.dll ModLoad: 72e60000 72e90000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\IISRES.DLL ModLoad: 74f40000 74f7b000 C:\Windows\system32\rsaenh.dll ModLoad: 72f40000 72f86000 C:\Windows\system32\mscoree.dll ModLoad: 75d90000 75de8000 C:\Windows\system32\SHLWAPI.dll ModLoad: 74600000 7479e000 C:\Windows\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.windows.common-controls_6595b64144ccf1df_6.0.6001.18000_none_5cdbaa5a083979cc\comctl32.dll ModLoad: 72310000 728a0000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\mscorwks.dll ModLoad: 72dc0000 72e5b000 C:\Windows\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.vc80.crt_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_8.0.50727.3053_none_d08d7bba442a9b36\MSVCR80.dll ModLoad: 75a30000 75ab4000 C:\Windows\system32\CLBCatQ.DLL ModLoad: 728a0000 728d0000 C:\Windows\system32\mlang.dll ModLoad: 6c7d0000 6c801000 C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\iiscore.dll ModLoad: 71fd0000 71fd7000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\W3TP.dll ModLoad: 74480000 74489000 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\w3dt.dll ModLoad: 71fb0000 71fbb000 C:\Windows\system32\HTTPAPI.dll ModLoad: 752f0000 7532a000 C:\Windows\system32\slc.dll ModLoad: 6cad0000 6caf8000 C:\Windows\system32\faultrep.dll ModLoad: 75050000 75058000 C:\Windows\system32\VERSION.dll ModLoad: 74b80000 74b8f000 C:\Windows\system32\NLAapi.dll ModLoad: 75290000 752a9000 C:\Windows\system32\IPHLPAPI.DLL ModLoad: 75250000 75285000 C:\Windows\system32\dhcpcsvc.DLL ModLoad: 754d0000 754fc000 C:\Windows\system32\DNSAPI.dll ModLoad: 75240000 75247000 C:\Windows\system32\WINNSI.DLL ModLoad: 75210000 75231000 C:\Windows\system32\dhcpcsvc6.DLL ModLoad: 750b0000 750eb000 C:\Windows\System32\mswsock.dll ModLoad: 73920000 73928000 C:\Windows\System32\winrnr.dll ModLoad: 73720000 7372f000 C:\Windows\system32\napinsp.dll ModLoad: 74d00000 74d05000 C:\Windows\System32\wshtcpip.dll ModLoad: 75140000 75145000 C:\Windows\System32\wship6.dll ModLoad: 73910000 73916000 C:\Windows\system32\rasadhlp.dll ModLoad: 6ca00000 6ca06000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\cachuri.dll ModLoad: 6c9f0000 6c9f8000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\cachfile.dll ModLoad: 6c9e0000 6c9e6000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\cachtokn.dll ModLoad: 6c9d0000 6c9de000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\cachhttp.dll ModLoad: 6c960000 6c96e000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\compstat.dll ModLoad: 6c930000 6c938000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\defdoc.dll ModLoad: 6c910000 6c919000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\dirlist.dll ModLoad: 6c6b0000 6c6b8000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\protsup.dll ModLoad: 6c6a0000 6c6ad000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\static.dll ModLoad: 6c690000 6c69b000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\authanon.dll ModLoad: 6c680000 6c68b000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\authbas.dll ModLoad: 6c630000 6c63e000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\authsspi.dll ModLoad: 755b0000 75625000 C:\Windows\system32\NETAPI32.dll ModLoad: 6c620000 6c62b000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\modrqflt.dll ModLoad: 6c610000 6c61d000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\custerr.dll ModLoad: 6c5c0000 6c5c8000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\loghttp.dll ModLoad: 6c330000 6c337000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\iisreqs.dll ModLoad: 728f0000 728f7000 C:\Windows\system32\WSOCK32.dll ModLoad: 6c1f0000 6c20e000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\isapi.dll ModLoad: 6c000000 6c011000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\filter.dll ModLoad: 6c320000 6c328000 C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\validcfg.dll ModLoad: 6a2a0000 6a30d000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\webengine.dll ModLoad: 60060000 60067000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_filter.dll ModLoad: 6c310000 6c319000 C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\wbhst_pm.dll ModLoad: 765b0000 770c0000 C:\Windows\system32\shell32.dll ModLoad: 70d10000 71807000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\mscorlib\17f572b09facdc5fda9431558eb7a26e\mscorlib.ni.dll ModLoad: 70580000 70d05000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System\52e1ea3c7491e05cda766d7b3ce3d559\System.ni.dll ModLoad: 03990000 044d3000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web\96071d36e4d44ebb31a3b46f08fdc732\System.Web.ni.dll ModLoad: 75770000 757cf000 C:\Windows\system32\sxs.dll ModLoad: 72ac0000 72bb1000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Configuration\e6001d416f7c468334934a2c6a41c631\System.Configuration.ni.dll ModLoad: 71890000 71dc6000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Xml\7208ffa39630e9b923331f9df0947a12\System.Xml.ni.dll ModLoad: 66580000 667bc000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\Microsoft.JScript\1543943b86269c9bebd5cf7a3fe7f55b\Microsoft.JScript.ni.dll ModLoad: 74460000 74468000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_global.asax.cyzjkxpg.dll ModLoad: 65d20000 65e7c000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\10097bf6\5f9a08ec_fffcca01\PatronAccess.DLL ModLoad: 72030000 7208b000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\mscorjit.dll ModLoad: 68ab0000 68bca000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.Extensio#\3b4cb090536bf6b0dfae8cefaeeadb9f\System.Web.Extensions.ni.dll ModLoad: 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C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Data\813556b5a2722045b0ea14467fd00227\System.Data.ni.dll ModLoad: 64e70000 65144000 C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_32\System.Data\2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089\System.Data.dll ModLoad: 69c70000 69ca2000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web_zwtn5a73.dll ModLoad: 69e70000 69e8e000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web_qijxg7dv.dll ModLoad: 645a0000 647bf000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.Mobile\b472cb382c17ffc3cb1a91ce12d90bf1\System.Web.Mobile.ni.dll ModLoad: 69c30000 69c66000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.RegularE#\e6b57c0506ec849c6706cb5617ad7372\System.Web.RegularExpressions.ni.dll ModLoad: 6c300000 6c30a000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web__hyepzhd.dll ModLoad: 69e00000 69e08000 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This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=01776038 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017ff314 edi=018907f8 eip=071a62fc esp=0499ee88 ebp=0499eef4 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:018 g (16cc.1454): CLR exception - code e0434f4d (first chance) (16cc.1454): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=01776038 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017ff200 edi=0186ed04 eip=071a62fc esp=0499ee88 ebp=0499eef4 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:018 g (16cc.1358): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=01776038 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017ff200 edi=01858380 eip=071a62fc esp=0742ee98 ebp=0742ef04 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:020 g (16cc.1358): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=017758a4 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017fd078 edi=018b6afc eip=071a62fc esp=0742ee98 ebp=0742ef04 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:020 g (16cc.1358): Stack overflow - code c00000fd (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=020504b4 ecx=000001d1 edx=0000001b esi=020503d4 edi=073f2998 eip=6eaf0ed3 esp=073f2980 ebp=073f30ec iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 * WARNING: Unable to verify checksum for C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Data\813556b5a2722045b0ea14467fd00227\System.Data.ni.dll System_Data_ni!_bidW103 (System_Data_ni+0x460ed3): 6eaf0ed3 f3ab rep stos dword ptr es:[edi] Any help would be appricated.

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C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Configuration\e6001d416f7c468334934a2c6a41c631\System.Configuration.ni.dll ModLoad: 71890000 71dc6000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Xml\7208ffa39630e9b923331f9df0947a12\System.Xml.ni.dll ModLoad: 66580000 667bc000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\Microsoft.JScript\1543943b86269c9bebd5cf7a3fe7f55b\Microsoft.JScript.ni.dll ModLoad: 74460000 74468000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_global.asax.cyzjkxpg.dll ModLoad: 65d20000 65e7c000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\10097bf6\5f9a08ec_fffcca01\PatronAccess.DLL ModLoad: 72030000 7208b000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\mscorjit.dll ModLoad: 68ab0000 68bca000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.Extensio#\3b4cb090536bf6b0dfae8cefaeeadb9f\System.Web.Extensions.ni.dll ModLoad: 64020000 64033000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\mscorsec.dll ModLoad: 73c40000 73c6d000 C:\Windows\system32\WINTRUST.dll ModLoad: 774b0000 774d9000 C:\Windows\system32\imagehlp.dll ModLoad: 73690000 73715000 C:\Windows\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.windows.common-controls_6595b64144ccf1df_5.82.6001.18000_none_886786f450a74a05\COMCTL32.dll ModLoad: 75170000 751a5000 C:\Windows\system32\ncrypt.dll ModLoad: 751b0000 751f5000 C:\Windows\system32\BCRYPT.dll ModLoad: 74d90000 74da5000 C:\Windows\system32\GPAPI.dll ModLoad: 73520000 7353b000 C:\Windows\system32\cryptnet.dll ModLoad: 73440000 73446000 C:\Windows\system32\SensApi.dll ModLoad: 73a50000 73a65000 C:\Windows\system32\Cabinet.dll ModLoad: 6ae30000 6ae3a000 C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\gzip.dll ModLoad: 69e50000 69e6a000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web_kal6czmb.dll ModLoad: 69e10000 69e3c000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web_b1efcjqz.dll ModLoad: 69bd0000 69c26000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\e8a04837\0093847c_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebTab.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 5e480000 5e95e000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\719ff0ee\00c37169_5153ca01\Infragistics2.Web.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 67c90000 67d1a000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\ba3b912a\00d19870_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.Shared.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 656a0000 6587a000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\6470a692\14d22a05_ef2ac901\AjaxControlToolkit.DLL ModLoad: 66960000 66ae8000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Drawing\6312464f64727a2a50d5ce3fd73ad1bb\System.Drawing.ni.dll ModLoad: 6e690000 6ece3000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Data\813556b5a2722045b0ea14467fd00227\System.Data.ni.dll ModLoad: 64e70000 65144000 C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_32\System.Data\2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089\System.Data.dll ModLoad: 69c70000 69ca2000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web_zwtn5a73.dll ModLoad: 69e70000 69e8e000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web_qijxg7dv.dll ModLoad: 645a0000 647bf000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.Mobile\b472cb382c17ffc3cb1a91ce12d90bf1\System.Web.Mobile.ni.dll ModLoad: 69c30000 69c66000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.RegularE#\e6b57c0506ec849c6706cb5617ad7372\System.Web.RegularExpressions.ni.dll ModLoad: 6c300000 6c30a000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\App_Web__hyepzhd.dll ModLoad: 69e00000 69e08000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\5ef208f7\b68a494a_e840c901\SessionTimeoutControl.DLL ModLoad: 69d50000 69d5c000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\619d48f7\0f695f01_fdfcca01\AgNetDataPro.DLL ModLoad: 69cd0000 69ce8000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\dc1703ed\00e1c635_caeaca01\xfnlnet.DLL ModLoad: 73d50000 73efb000 C:\Windows\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.windows.gdiplus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6001.18175_none_9e7bbe54c9c04bca\gdiplus.dll (16cc.14e0): Break instruction exception - code 80000003 (first chance) eax=7ffa6000 ebx=00000000 ecx=00000000 edx=7740d094 esi=00000000 edi=00000000 eip=773c7dfe esp=051ff774 ebp=051ff7a0 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00000246 ntdll!DbgBreakPoint: 773c7dfe cc int 3 0:021 g (16cc.1454): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=00000479 ecx=00000000 edx=019d21f8 esi=019d1f18 edi=019ba74c eip=013849ed esp=0499ea44 ebp=0499f15c iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 013849ed 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:018 g ModLoad: 65890000 65a55000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Web.Services\2fa835ce2dcace4fc7c0009f102efc79\System.Web.Services.ni.dll ModLoad: 6f2b0000 6f34d000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.EnterpriseSe#\ae383808b3f5ee9287358378f9a2cad3\System.EnterpriseServices.ni.dll ModLoad: 10000000 10020000 System.EnterpriseServices.Wrapper.dll ModLoad: 00e50000 00e70000 System.EnterpriseServices.Wrapper.dll ModLoad: 66da0000 66de8000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.EnterpriseSe#\ae383808b3f5ee9287358378f9a2cad3\System.EnterpriseServices.Wrapper.dll ModLoad: 10000000 10020000 C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_32\System.EnterpriseServices\2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a\System.EnterpriseServices.Wrapper.dll ModLoad: 6ab40000 6ab4c000 image6ab40000 ModLoad: 04950000 0495c000 image04950000 ModLoad: 049a0000 049c0000 image049a0000 ModLoad: 049d0000 049f0000 image049d0000 ModLoad: 049a0000 049c0000 image049a0000 ModLoad: 04a40000 04a60000 image04a40000 ModLoad: 049a0000 049c0000 image049a0000 ModLoad: 04a40000 04a60000 image04a40000 ModLoad: 049a0000 049c0000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\da3b70a0\00e9280f_c1f4c201\ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.DLL ModLoad: 5eb40000 5f01e000 Infragistics2.Web.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 05a00000 05ede000 Infragistics2.Web.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 694d0000 694fa000 image694d0000 ModLoad: 049d0000 049fa000 image049d0000 ModLoad: 68cc0000 68cea000 image68cc0000 ModLoad: 04e40000 04e6a000 image04e40000 ModLoad: 69470000 6949a000 image69470000 ModLoad: 04e40000 04e6a000 image04e40000 ModLoad: 69470000 6949a000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\f77351ae\00582c74_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.Misc.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 67d20000 67daa000 image67d20000 ModLoad: 04e70000 04efa000 image04e70000 ModLoad: 643e0000 64598000 Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 05a00000 05bb8000 Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 63ac0000 63c78000 Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 05bc0000 05d78000 Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 63900000 63ab8000 Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 05bc0000 05d78000 Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.dll ModLoad: 63900000 63ab8000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\9acf477c\0030eeb6_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebChart.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 60570000 607b6000 image60570000 ModLoad: 05d80000 05fc6000 image05d80000 ModLoad: 64350000 64596000 image64350000 ModLoad: 05fd0000 06216000 image05fd0000 ModLoad: 5edd0000 5f016000 image5edd0000 ModLoad: 05fd0000 06216000 image05fd0000 ModLoad: 5edd0000 5f016000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\30e4a2ff\00dfbf77_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.UltraWebGrid.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 67d50000 67da6000 image67d50000 ModLoad: 04e70000 04ec6000 image04e70000 ModLoad: 68cb0000 68ce4000 image68cb0000 ModLoad: 04e70000 04ea4000 image04e70000 ModLoad: 68790000 687c4000 image68790000 ModLoad: 04eb0000 04ee4000 image04eb0000 ModLoad: 688f0000 68924000 image688f0000 ModLoad: 04eb0000 04ee4000 image04eb0000 ModLoad: 688f0000 68924000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\2420cb22\00a1ab83_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.WebCombo.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 66d50000 66da0000 image66d50000 ModLoad: 04f80000 04fd0000 image04f80000 ModLoad: 67d60000 67db0000 image67d60000 ModLoad: 05a00000 05a50000 image05a00000 ModLoad: 66d00000 66d50000 image66d00000 ModLoad: 05a00000 05a50000 image05a00000 ModLoad: 66d00000 66d50000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\6ceab935\00b28e76_5153ca01\Infragistics2.WebUI.WebDataInput.v9.2.DLL ModLoad: 11000000 1112e000 image11000000 ModLoad: 05a50000 05b7e000 image05a50000 ModLoad: 11000000 1112e000 image11000000 ModLoad: 05d80000 05eae000 image05d80000 ModLoad: 11000000 1112e000 image11000000 ModLoad: 05d80000 05eae000 image05d80000 ModLoad: 11000000 1112e000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\e99fdd05\00c79c09_d868c301\itextsharp.DLL ModLoad: 04df0000 04dfe000 LinkPointAPI-cs.dll ModLoad: 04e70000 04e7e000 LinkPointAPI-cs.dll ModLoad: 04df0000 04dfe000 LinkPointAPI-cs.dll ModLoad: 04e80000 04e8e000 LinkPointAPI-cs.dll ModLoad: 04df0000 04dfe000 LinkPointAPI-cs.dll ModLoad: 04e80000 04e8e000 LinkPointAPI-cs.dll ModLoad: 04df0000 04dfe000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\0e724536\00922343_54dfc701\LinkPointAPI-cs.DLL ModLoad: 04e70000 04e78000 image04e70000 ModLoad: 04e90000 04e98000 image04e90000 ModLoad: 04e70000 04e78000 image04e70000 ModLoad: 04ea0000 04ea8000 image04ea0000 ModLoad: 04e70000 04e78000 image04e70000 ModLoad: 04ea0000 04ea8000 image04ea0000 ModLoad: 04e70000 04e78000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\859797c4\00eb5fc5_bed8c401\LinkPointTransaction.DLL ModLoad: 65e80000 65fdc000 PatronAccess.dll ModLoad: 05a50000 05bac000 PatronAccess.dll ModLoad: 6ab40000 6ab48000 SessionTimeoutControl.dll ModLoad: 04e90000 04e98000 SessionTimeoutControl.dll ModLoad: 6ab80000 6ab8e000 WebServices.dll ModLoad: 04e90000 04e9e000 WebServices.dll ModLoad: 6ab40000 6ab4e000 WebServices.dll ModLoad: 04ef0000 04efe000 WebServices.dll ModLoad: 69d40000 69d4e000 WebServices.dll ModLoad: 04ef0000 04efe000 WebServices.dll ModLoad: 69d40000 69d4e000 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root\048afd31\e1f306b4\assembly\dl3\21555aa5\5f498093_fefcca01\WebServices.DLL ModLoad: 694e0000 694f8000 image694e0000 ModLoad: 04f80000 04f98000 image04f80000 ModLoad: 661c0000 6624e000 System.ServiceModel.Web.dll ModLoad: 05a50000 05ade000 System.ServiceModel.Web.dll ModLoad: 5d850000 5ddfc000 System.ServiceModel.dll ModLoad: 06220000 067cc000 System.ServiceModel.dll ModLoad: 65ef0000 65fe0000 System.Runtime.Serialization.dll ModLoad: 05eb0000 05fa0000 System.Runtime.Serialization.dll ModLoad: 694e0000 694fe000 SMDiagnostics.dll ModLoad: 04f80000 04f9e000 SMDiagnostics.dll ModLoad: 65be0000 65d1c000 System.Web.Extensions.dll ModLoad: 067d0000 0690c000 System.Web.Extensions.dll ModLoad: 67d40000 67dac000 System.IdentityModel.dll ModLoad: 05ae0000 05b4c000 System.IdentityModel.dll ModLoad: 687a0000 687c2000 System.IdentityModel.Selectors.dll ModLoad: 04fa0000 04fc2000 System.IdentityModel.Selectors.dll ModLoad: 66c90000 66cf4000 Microsoft.Transactions.Bridge.dll ModLoad: 05b50000 05bb4000 Microsoft.Transactions.Bridge.dll ModLoad: 69130000 69146000 System.Web.Abstractions.dll ModLoad: 051b0000 051c6000 System.Web.Abstractions.dll ModLoad: 65150000 651f6000 System.Core.dll ModLoad: 06910000 069b6000 System.Core.dll ModLoad: 64440000 644ea000 System.Data.Linq.dll ModLoad: 069c0000 06a6a000 System.Data.Linq.dll ModLoad: 66d50000 66d9c000 System.Data.Services.Client.dll ModLoad: 06a70000 06abc000 System.Data.Services.Client.dll ModLoad: 68cd0000 68cf0000 System.Data.Services.Design.dll ModLoad: 05210000 05230000 System.Data.Services.Design.dll ModLoad: 5eb00000 5edc2000 System.Data.Entity.dll ModLoad: 06ac0000 06d82000 System.Data.Entity.dll ModLoad: 66af0000 66b16000 System.Xml.Linq.dll ModLoad: 05fa0000 05fc6000 System.Xml.Linq.dll ModLoad: 661c0000 6624e000 C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_MSIL\System.ServiceModel.Web\3.5.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35\System.ServiceModel.Web.dll ModLoad: 64520000 6459e000 System.WorkflowServices.dll ModLoad: 06d90000 06e0e000 System.WorkflowServices.dll ModLoad: 63af0000 63c80000 System.Workflow.ComponentModel.dll ModLoad: 06e10000 06fa0000 System.Workflow.ComponentModel.dll ModLoad: 64320000 6443a000 System.Workflow.Activities.dll ModLoad: 06fa0000 070ba000 System.Workflow.Activities.dll ModLoad: 62cf0000 62d78000 System.Workflow.Runtime.dll ModLoad: 070c0000 07148000 System.Workflow.Runtime.dll ModLoad: 68cb0000 68cc6000 Microsoft.Build.Utilities.dll ModLoad: 07150000 07166000 Microsoft.Build.Utilities.dll ModLoad: 6ab80000 6ab8c000 Microsoft.Build.Framework.dll ModLoad: 05230000 0523c000 Microsoft.Build.Framework.dll ModLoad: 07170000 07214000 Microsoft.Build.Tasks.dll ModLoad: 07220000 072c4000 Microsoft.Build.Tasks.dll ModLoad: 64520000 6459e000 C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_MSIL\System.WorkflowServices\3.5.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35\System.WorkflowServices.dll ModLoad: 5d610000 5d84e000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Runtime.Seri#\a33b3b88fd575b703ba4212c677880ae\System.Runtime.Serialization.ni.dll ModLoad: 605a0000 606a6000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.IdentityModel\3bfbe737873becead614d1504e7d5684\System.IdentityModel.ni.dll ModLoad: 5ab70000 5bbf7000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.ServiceModel\7115815b53ec561932345e16fbeea968\System.ServiceModel.ni.dll ModLoad: 61440000 6201e000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Windows.Forms\1941d7639299344ae28fb6b23da65247\System.Windows.Forms.ni.dll ModLoad: 5d190000 5d3c4000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Core\a0522cb280c09b3441e1889502ca145a\System.Core.ni.dll ModLoad: 60a00000 61433000 C:\Windows\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\System.Design\d3fa02f8a34329c8b84c004afaea7054\System.Design.ni.dll (16cc.1454): CLR exception - code e0434f4d (first chance) (16cc.1454): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=01776038 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017ff314 edi=018907f8 eip=071a62fc esp=0499ee88 ebp=0499eef4 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:018 g (16cc.1454): CLR exception - code e0434f4d (first chance) (16cc.1454): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=01776038 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017ff200 edi=0186ed04 eip=071a62fc esp=0499ee88 ebp=0499eef4 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:018 g (16cc.1358): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=01776038 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017ff200 edi=01858380 eip=071a62fc esp=0742ee98 ebp=0742ef04 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:020 g (16cc.1358): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. eax=00000000 ebx=017758a4 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=017fd078 edi=018b6afc eip=071a62fc esp=0742ee98 ebp=0742ef04 iopl=0 nv up ei pl zr na pe nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000 efl=00010246 071a62fc 8b01 mov eax,dword ptr [ecx] ds:0023:00000000=???????? 0:020 g (16cc.1358): Stack overflow - code c00000fd (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. 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    - by Lori Kaufman
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    - by fox8
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  • Divide bootloader from dualboot with Windows 7 and Windows XP

    - by manwithproblem
    My problem is the following: I have a dual boot running on my pc. I installed a programme called "Keriver", it automatically installs GRUB, too. When I start my PC, the first thing you see is GRUB. You can choose between "Boot normal" "Take snapshot with Keriver" "Boot Windows" If you select "Windows" or "Boot normal" it calls the Windows 7 Bootloader and it again shows a menu, where you can choose between XP and Win 7. Unfortunately for me, Microsoft does this "mixing bootloaders into one" automatically. I don't know how to change that now, how to separate them. I'd like to start everything directly from the GRUB menu. The bootloader is stored on hd(0,1). I tried to boot from hd(0,0) and hd(0,2) as well, but it didnt work. Can anyone help me please?

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  • How Windows 8's Backup System Differs From Windows 7's

    - by Chris Hoffman
    Windows 8 contains a completely revamped backup system. Windows 8’s File History replaces Windows 7’s Windows Backup – if you use Windows Backup and update to Windows 8, you’ll find quite a few differences. Microsoft redesigned Windows’ backup features because less than 5% of PCs used Windows Backup. The new File History system is designed to be simple to set up and work automatically in the background. This post will focus on the differences between File History and the Windows Backup feature you may be familiar with from Windows 7 – check out our full walkthrough of File History for more information. HTG Explains: What The Windows Event Viewer Is and How You Can Use It HTG Explains: How Windows Uses The Task Scheduler for System Tasks HTG Explains: Why Do Hard Drives Show the Wrong Capacity in Windows?

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  • Windows 7 SP1 not being offered on Windows Update

    - by Ian Boyd
    i have no option to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) on my computer. Why is the option to install Windows 7 SP1 missing from Windows Update? i'm less interested in why the option is missing, and more interested in how to diagnose why the option to install Windows 7 SP1 is being hidden. Following the suggestions in KB2498452 - You do not have the option of downloading Windows 7 SP1 when you use Windows Update to check for updates: Confirm that Windows 7 SP1 is not already installed and that you are not running a prerelease version of Windows 7 SP1 i am not already running SP1, or a pre-release SP1: Check for pending updates Update 976902 may have to be installed on your computer before Windows 7 SP1 will be offered in Windows Update. i already have 976902 installed: Verify that an incompatible version of SafeCentral is not installed on your computer Windows SP1 may not appear in Windows Update if certain versions of SafeCentral are installed on your computer. SafeCentral is a security program that is manufactured by SafeCentral, Inc. i do not have SafeCentral installed (i've never heard of such a thing): Check whether you have Intel integrated graphics driver Igdkmd32.sys or Igdkmd64.sys and whether you upgraded the driver i do not have an Intel GMA: Make sure that you did not use vLite to customize your Windows 7 installation i did not use vLite to customize my Windows 7 installation. Again, i've never heard of such a thing. Update One: Here's proof that i've checked for updates "today" (3/2/2011): And that i'm not being presented the option of installing SP1 (i dispatched an update to Silverlight and a fix for IE9 being hosted in a Direct2D or Direct3D application; so updates themselves do work): Update Two Tried the Windows Update Troubleshooter: Window 7 Service Pack 1 is still not available. Update Three Here is the tail end of windowsupdate.log. It speaks of Evaluating application rules: Found 2 updates and 65 categories in search; evaluated appl. rules of 1324 out of 1832 deployed entities These must be the rules that say i'm not allowed to see SP1: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:091 924 db4 AU Triggering AU detection through DetectNow API 2011-03-03 09:21:08:091 924 db4 AU Triggering Online detection (interactive) 2011-03-03 09:21:08:091 924 950 AU ############# 2011-03-03 09:21:08:092 924 950 AU ## START ## AU: Search for updates 2011-03-03 09:21:08:092 924 950 AU ######### 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 950 AU <<## SUBMITTED ## AU: Search for updates [CallId = {8517376A-B8A3-488B-B4D4-67DFC75788C8}] 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent ************* 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent ** START ** Agent: Finding updates [CallerId = AutomaticUpdates] 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent ********* 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent * Online = Yes; Ignore download priority = No 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent * Criteria = "IsInstalled=0 and DeploymentAction='Installation' or IsPresent=1 and DeploymentAction='Uninstallation' or IsInstalled=1 and DeploymentAction='Installation' and RebootRequired=1 or IsInstalled=0 and DeploymentAction='Uninstallation' and RebootRequired=1" 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent * ServiceID = {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D} Third party service 2011-03-03 09:21:08:093 924 ca8 Agent * Search Scope = {Machine} 2011-03-03 09:21:08:094 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\9482F4B4-E343-43B6-B170-9A65BC822C77\muv4wuredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:097 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:287 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\9482F4B4-E343-43B6-B170-9A65BC822C77\muv4wuredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:289 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:292 924 ca8 Agent Checking for updated auth cab for service 7971f918-a847-4430-9279-4a52d1efe18d at http://download.windowsupdate.com/v9/microsoftupdate/redir/muauth.cab 2011-03-03 09:21:08:292 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\AuthCabs\authcab.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:294 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:354 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\AuthCabs\authcab.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:356 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:356 924 ca8 Setup Checking for agent SelfUpdate 2011-03-03 09:21:08:356 924 ca8 Setup Client version: Core: 7.3.7600.16385 Aux: 7.3.7600.16385 2011-03-03 09:21:08:357 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\9482F4B4-E343-43B6-B170-9A65BC822C77\muv4wuredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:359 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:418 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\9482F4B4-E343-43B6-B170-9A65BC822C77\muv4wuredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:420 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:422 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\SelfUpdate\wuident.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:424 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:655 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\SelfUpdate\wuident.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:658 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:659 924 ca8 Setup Skipping SelfUpdate check based on the /SKIP directive in wuident 2011-03-03 09:21:08:659 924 ca8 Setup SelfUpdate check completed. SelfUpdate is NOT required. 2011-03-03 09:21:08:808 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D\muv4muredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:810 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:872 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D\muv4muredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:08:874 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:08:876 924 ca8 PT +++++++++++ PT: Synchronizing server updates +++++++++++ 2011-03-03 09:21:08:877 924 ca8 PT + ServiceId = {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}, Server URL = https://www.update.microsoft.com/v6/ClientWebService/client.asmx 2011-03-03 09:21:13:958 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D\muv4muredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:13:960 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:14:083 924 ca8 Misc Validating signature for C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\WuRedir\7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D\muv4muredir.cab: 2011-03-03 09:21:14:085 924 ca8 Misc Microsoft signed: Yes 2011-03-03 09:21:14:087 924 ca8 PT +++++++++++ PT: Synchronizing extended update info +++++++++++ 2011-03-03 09:21:14:087 924 ca8 PT + ServiceId = {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}, Server URL = https://www.update.microsoft.com/v6/ClientWebService/client.asmx 2011-03-03 09:21:14:395 924 ca8 Agent * Added update {414642E2-5F20-4AD1-AA5A-773061238B5F}.101 to search result 2011-03-03 09:21:14:395 924 ca8 Agent * Added update {56D5FC3D-9AC8-44F1-A248-8C397A24D02F}.100 to search result 2011-03-03 09:21:14:395 924 ca8 Agent * Found 2 updates and 65 categories in search; evaluated appl. rules of 1324 out of 1832 deployed entities 2011-03-03 09:21:14:396 924 ca8 Agent ********* 2011-03-03 09:21:14:396 924 ca8 Agent ** END ** Agent: Finding updates [CallerId = AutomaticUpdates] 2011-03-03 09:21:14:396 924 ca8 Agent ************* 2011-03-03 09:21:14:404 924 ce0 AU >>## RESUMED ## AU: Search for updates [CallId = {8517376A-B8A3-488B-B4D4-67DFC75788C8}] 2011-03-03 09:21:14:404 924 ce0 AU # 2 updates detected 2011-03-03 09:21:14:404 924 ce0 AU ######### 2011-03-03 09:21:14:404 924 ce0 AU ## END ## AU: Search for updates [CallId = {8517376A-B8A3-488B-B4D4-67DFC75788C8}] 2011-03-03 09:21:14:404 924 ce0 AU ############# 2011-03-03 09:21:14:404 924 ce0 AU Successfully wrote event for AU health state:0 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU ############# 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU ## START ## AU: Refresh featured updates info 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU ######### 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU No featured updates available. 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU ######### 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU ## END ## AU: Refresh featured updates info 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU ############# 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU No featured updates notifications to show 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU AU setting next detection timeout to 2011-03-04 08:03:53 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU Setting AU scheduled install time to 2011-03-04 08:00:00 2011-03-03 09:21:14:405 924 ce0 AU Successfully wrote event for AU health state:0 2011-03-03 09:21:14:406 924 ce0 AU Successfully wrote event for AU health state:0 2011-03-03 09:21:14:407 924 db4 AU Getting featured update notifications. fIncludeDismissed = true 2011-03-03 09:21:14:408 924 db4 AU No featured updates available. 2011-03-03 09:21:19:396 924 ca8 Report REPORT EVENT: {633538B3-030E-4CAD-BE6B-33C6ED65AFF1} 2011-03-03 09:21:14:395-0500 1 147 101 {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000} 0 0 AutomaticUpdates Success Software Synchronization Windows Update Client successfully detected 2 updates. 2011-03-03 09:21:19:396 924 ca8 Report CWERReporter finishing event handling. (00000000) i'm less interested in why the option to install Windows 7 SP1 is missing, and more interested in how to diagnose why the option to install Windows 7 SP1 is being hidden. The KB article says that SP1 will not be offered if your machine doesn't meet some secret special criteria. How can i discover what that secret criteria is? i presume it is logged somewhere. Nor am i particularly interested in a direct download link. i want to learn here. i want to be able to diagnose (i.e. in the future) why an update is not being offered. i'm a superuser here. Rather than others coming up with a checklist of things to try, i want to be able to come up with the checklist.

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  • Register for windows Upgrade Offer from Windows 7 to Windows 8

    - by BumbleBee
    I have to register for windows Upgrade Offer from here. I purchased Dell Inspiron 5520 laptop before 2 weeks and I got windows 7 Home Basic in it. But now I want to register for windows upgrade offer, When I filled up registration form and submit then it displayed that I am not eligible for this kind of offer. I don't know why this message is displaying although I bought laptop in between eligible time period. I think, I was filling wrong details in form. Because I am not sure about what to fill in Retailer's Name, Purchase Date and PC Model. And one thing is how to find right purchase Date from my product's Service Tag ? Which date I have to fill in form, Shipping Date OR Manufacture Date? Please Provide me a right direction to register and correct information regarding Retailer'Name and Purchase Date and PC Model.

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  • Get XML from Server for Use on Windows Phone

    - by psheriff
    When working with mobile devices you always need to take into account bandwidth usage and power consumption. If you are constantly connecting to a server to retrieve data for an input screen, then you might think about moving some of that data down to the phone and cache the data on the phone. An example would be a static list of US State Codes that you are asking the user to select from. Since this is data that does not change very often, this is one set of data that would be great to cache on the phone. Since the Windows Phone does not have an embedded database, you can just use an XML string stored in Isolated Storage. Of course, then you need to figure out how to get data down to the phone. You can either ship it with the application, or connect and retrieve the data from your server one time and thereafter cache it and retrieve it from the cache. In this blog post you will see how to create a WCF service to retrieve data from a Product table in a database and send that data as XML to the phone and store it in Isolated Storage. You will then read that data from Isolated Storage using LINQ to XML and display it in a ListBox. Step 1: Create a Windows Phone Application The first step is to create a Windows Phone application called WP_GetXmlFromDataSet (or whatever you want to call it). On the MainPage.xaml add the following XAML within the “ContentPanel” grid: <StackPanel>  <Button Name="btnGetXml"          Content="Get XML"          Click="btnGetXml_Click" />  <Button Name="btnRead"          Content="Read XML"          IsEnabled="False"          Click="btnRead_Click" />  <ListBox Name="lstData"            Height="430"            ItemsSource="{Binding}"            DisplayMemberPath="ProductName" /></StackPanel> Now it is time to create the WCF Service Application that you will call to get the XML from a table in a SQL Server database. Step 2: Create a WCF Service Application Add a new project to your solution called WP_GetXmlFromDataSet.Services. Delete the IService1.* and Service1.* files and the App_Data folder, as you don’t generally need these items. Add a new WCF Service class called ProductService. In the IProductService class modify the void DoWork() method with the following code: [OperationContract]string GetProductXml(); Open the code behind in the ProductService.svc and create the GetProductXml() method. This method (shown below) will connect up to a database and retrieve data from a Product table. public string GetProductXml(){  string ret = string.Empty;  string sql = string.Empty;  SqlDataAdapter da;  DataSet ds = new DataSet();   sql = "SELECT ProductId, ProductName,";  sql += " IntroductionDate, Price";  sql += " FROM Product";   da = new SqlDataAdapter(sql,    ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["Sandbox"].ConnectionString);   da.Fill(ds);   // Create Attribute based XML  foreach (DataColumn col in ds.Tables[0].Columns)  {    col.ColumnMapping = MappingType.Attribute;  }   ds.DataSetName = "Products";  ds.Tables[0].TableName = "Product";  ret = ds.GetXml();   return ret;} After retrieving the data from the Product table using a DataSet, you will want to set each column’s ColumnMapping property to Attribute. Using attribute based XML will make the data transferred across the wire a little smaller. You then set the DataSetName property to the top-level element name you want to assign to the XML. You then set the TableName property on the DataTable to the name you want each element to be in your XML. The last thing you need to do is to call the GetXml() method on the DataSet object which will return an XML string of the data in your DataSet object. This is the value that you will return from the service call. The XML that is returned from the above call looks like the following: <Products>  <Product ProductId="1"           ProductName="PDSA .NET Productivity Framework"           IntroductionDate="9/3/2010"           Price="5000" />  <Product ProductId="3"           ProductName="Haystack Code Generator for .NET"           IntroductionDate="7/1/2010"           Price="599.00" />  ...  ...  ... </Products> The GetProductXml() method uses a connection string from the Web.Config file, so add a <connectionStrings> element to the Web.Config file in your WCF Service application. Modify the settings shown below as needed for your server and database name. <connectionStrings>  <add name="Sandbox"        connectionString="Server=Localhost;Database=Sandbox;                         Integrated Security=Yes"/></connectionStrings> The Product Table You will need a Product table that you can read data from. I used the following structure for my product table. Add any data you want to this table after you create it in your database. CREATE TABLE Product(  ProductId int PRIMARY KEY IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,  ProductName varchar(50) NOT NULL,  IntroductionDate datetime NULL,  Price money NULL) Step 3: Connect to WCF Service from Windows Phone Application Back in your Windows Phone application you will now need to add a Service Reference to the WCF Service application you just created. Right-mouse click on the Windows Phone Project and choose Add Service Reference… from the context menu. Click on the Discover button. In the Namespace text box enter “ProductServiceRefrence”, then click the OK button. If you entered everything correctly, Visual Studio will generate some code that allows you to connect to your Product service. On the MainPage.xaml designer window double click on the Get XML button to generate the Click event procedure for this button. In the Click event procedure make a call to a GetXmlFromServer() method. This method will also need a “Completed” event procedure to be written since all communication with a WCF Service from Windows Phone must be asynchronous.  Write these two methods as follows: private const string KEY_NAME = "ProductData"; private void GetXmlFromServer(){  ProductServiceClient client = new ProductServiceClient();   client.GetProductXmlCompleted += new     EventHandler<GetProductXmlCompletedEventArgs>      (client_GetProductXmlCompleted);   client.GetProductXmlAsync();  client.CloseAsync();} void client_GetProductXmlCompleted(object sender,                                   GetProductXmlCompletedEventArgs e){  // Store XML data in Isolated Storage  IsolatedStorageSettings.ApplicationSettings[KEY_NAME] = e.Result;   btnRead.IsEnabled = true;} As you can see, this is a fairly standard call to a WCF Service. In the Completed event you get the Result from the event argument, which is the XML, and store it into Isolated Storage using the IsolatedStorageSettings.ApplicationSettings class. Notice the constant that I added to specify the name of the key. You will use this constant later to read the data from Isolated Storage. Step 4: Create a Product Class Even though you stored XML data into Isolated Storage when you read that data out you will want to convert each element in the XML file into an actual Product object. This means that you need to create a Product class in your Windows Phone application. Add a Product class to your project that looks like the code below: public class Product{  public string ProductName{ get; set; }  public int ProductId{ get; set; }  public DateTime IntroductionDate{ get; set; }  public decimal Price{ get; set; }} Step 5: Read Settings from Isolated Storage Now that you have the XML data stored in Isolated Storage, it is time to use it. Go back to the MainPage.xaml design view and double click on the Read XML button to generate the Click event procedure. From the Click event procedure call a method named ReadProductXml().Create this method as shown below: private void ReadProductXml(){  XElement xElem = null;   if (IsolatedStorageSettings.ApplicationSettings.Contains(KEY_NAME))  {    xElem = XElement.Parse(     IsolatedStorageSettings.ApplicationSettings[KEY_NAME].ToString());     // Create a list of Product objects    var products =         from prod in xElem.Descendants("Product")        orderby prod.Attribute("ProductName").Value        select new Product        {          ProductId = Convert.ToInt32(prod.Attribute("ProductId").Value),          ProductName = prod.Attribute("ProductName").Value,          IntroductionDate =             Convert.ToDateTime(prod.Attribute("IntroductionDate").Value),          Price = Convert.ToDecimal(prod.Attribute("Price").Value)        };     lstData.DataContext = products;  }} The ReadProductXml() method checks to make sure that the key name that you saved your XML as exists in Isolated Storage prior to trying to open it. If the key name exists, then you retrieve the value as a string. Use the XElement’s Parse method to convert the XML string to a XElement object. LINQ to XML is used to iterate over each element in the XElement object and create a new Product object from each attribute in your XML file. The LINQ to XML code also orders the XML data by the ProductName. After the LINQ to XML code runs you end up with an IEnumerable collection of Product objects in the variable named “products”. You assign this collection of product data to the DataContext of the ListBox you created in XAML. The DisplayMemberPath property of the ListBox is set to “ProductName” so it will now display the product name for each row in your products collection. Summary In this article you learned how to retrieve an XML string from a table in a database, return that string across a WCF Service and store it into Isolated Storage on your Windows Phone. You then used LINQ to XML to create a collection of Product objects from the data stored and display that data in a Windows Phone list box. This same technique can be used in Silverlight or WPF applications too. NOTE: You can download the complete sample code at my website. http://www.pdsa.com/downloads. Choose Tips & Tricks, then "Get XML From Server for Use on Windows Phone" from the drop-down. Good Luck with your Coding,Paul Sheriff ** SPECIAL OFFER FOR MY BLOG READERS **Visit http://www.pdsa.com/Event/Blog for a free video on Silverlight entitled Silverlight XAML for the Complete Novice - Part 1.  

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  • Get Application Title from Windows Phone

    - by psheriff
    In a Windows Phone application that I am currently developing I needed to be able to retrieve the Application Title of the phone application. You can set the Deployment Title in the Properties of your Windows Phone Application, however getting to this value programmatically can be a little tricky. This article assumes that you have Visual Studio 2010 and the Windows Phone tools installed along with it. The Windows Phone tools must be downloaded separately and installed with Visual Studio2010. You may also download the free Visual Studio2010 Express for Windows Phone developer environment. The WMAppManifest.xml File First off you need to understand that when you set the Deployment Title in the Properties windows of your Windows Phone application, this title actually gets stored into an XML file located under the \Properties folder of your application. This XML file is named WMAppManifest.xml. A portion of this file is shown in the following listing. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><Deployment  http://schemas.microsoft.com/windowsphone/2009/deployment"http://schemas.microsoft.com/windowsphone/2009/deployment"  AppPlatformVersion="7.0">  <App xmlns=""       ProductID="{71d20842-9acc-4f2f-b0e0-8ef79842ea53}"       Title="Mobile Time Track"       RuntimeType="Silverlight"       Version="1.0.0.0"       Genre="apps.normal"       Author="PDSA, Inc."       Description="Mobile Time Track"       Publisher="PDSA, Inc."> ... ...  </App></Deployment> Notice the “Title” attribute in the <App> element in the above XML document. This is the value that gets set when you modify the Deployment Title in your Properties Window of your Phone project. The only value you can set from the Properties Window is the Title. All of the other attributes you see here must be set by going into the XML file and modifying them directly. Note that this information duplicates some of the information that you can also set from the Assembly Information… button in the Properties Window. Why Microsoft did not just use that information, I don’t know. Reading Attributes from WMAppManifest I searched all over the namespaces and classes within the Windows Phone DLLs and could not find a way to read the attributes within the <App> element. Thus, I had to resort to good old fashioned XML processing. First off I created a WinPhoneCommon class and added two static methods as shown in the snippet below: public class WinPhoneCommon{  /// <summary>  /// Returns the Application Title   /// from the WMAppManifest.xml file  /// </summary>  /// <returns>The application title</returns>  public static string GetApplicationTitle()  {    return GetWinPhoneAttribute("Title");  }   /// <summary>  /// Returns the Application Description   /// from the WMAppManifest.xml file  /// </summary>  /// <returns>The application description</returns>  public static string GetApplicationDescription()  {    return GetWinPhoneAttribute("Description");  }   ... GetWinPhoneAttribute method here ...} In your Windows Phone application you can now simply call WinPhoneCommon.GetApplicationTitle() or WinPhone.GetApplicationDescription() to retrieve the Title or Description properties from the WMAppManifest.xml file respectively. You notice that each of these methods makes a call to the GetWinPhoneAttribute method. This method is shown in the following code snippet: /// <summary>/// Gets an attribute from the Windows Phone WMAppManifest.xml file/// To use this method, add a reference to the System.Xml.Linq DLL/// </summary>/// <param name="attributeName">The attribute to read</param>/// <returns>The Attribute's Value</returns>private static string GetWinPhoneAttribute(string attributeName){  string ret = string.Empty;   try  {    XElement xe = XElement.Load("WMAppManifest.xml");    var attr = (from manifest in xe.Descendants("App")                select manifest).SingleOrDefault();    if (attr != null)      ret = attr.Attribute(attributeName).Value;  }  catch  {    // Ignore errors in case this method is called    // from design time in VS.NET  }   return ret;} I love using the new LINQ to XML classes contained in the System.Xml.Linq.dll. When I did a Bing search the only samples I found for reading attribute information from WMAppManifest.xml used either an XmlReader or XmlReaderSettings objects. These are fine and work, but involve a little extra code. Instead of using these, I added a reference to the System.Xml.Linq.dll, then added two using statements to the top of the WinPhoneCommon class: using System.Linq;using System.Xml.Linq; Now, with just a few lines of LINQ to XML code you can read to the App element and extract the appropriate attribute that you pass into the GetWinPhoneAttribute method. Notice that I added a little bit of exception handling code in this method. I ignore the exception in case you call this method in the Loaded event of a user control. In design-time you cannot access the WMAppManifest file and thus an exception would be thrown. Summary In this article you learned how to retrieve the attributes from the WMAppManifest.xml file. I use this technique to grab information that I would otherwise have to hard-code in my application. Getting the Title or Description for your Windows Phone application is easy with just a little bit of LINQ to XML code. NOTE: You can download the complete sample code at my website. http://www.pdsa.com/downloads. Choose Tips & Tricks, then "Get Application Title from Windows Phone" from the drop-down. Good Luck with your Coding,Paul Sheriff ** SPECIAL OFFER FOR MY BLOG READERS **Visit http://www.pdsa.com/Event/Blog for a free video on Silverlight entitled Silverlight XAML for the Complete Novice - Part 1.  

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  • Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port significantly slower under Windows 7 comparing to Windows XP

    - by Dmitry S
    Not sure if this question should be asked here or on SuperUser but if we get an answer here it may be useful for others here I am using a Prolific USB-to-Serial adapter based on the Prolific chip to use with a device on serial port. I have the latest version of the driver installed: 1.3.0 (2010-7-15). When I use my device with this adapter on my main Windows 7 (32bit) system it takes 8-9 seconds to send a command through to the device. However, when I do the same thing on a different Windows XP system (an old laptop I borrowed for testing) it only takes 2-3 seconds. I have made sure that the port settings and other variables are the same between systems. I also tested on a third laptop (also running Windows 7) and again got a significant delay. So the question is if anyone else experienced the same problem and found a solution. I would like to avoid moving to an XP system for what I need to achieve so that's my last option. Thanks in advance.

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  • SSAS Multithreaded sync with Windows 2008 R2

    - by ACALVETT
    We have been happily running some of our systems on WIndows 2003 and have had an upgrade to W2K8 R2 on the list for quite some time. The upgrade has now completed and we can start taking advantage of some of the new features which is the reason for this post. For a long time we have used the sample Robocopy script from the SQLCat team to synchronize some of our larger SSAS databases. If your wondering what i mean by large, around 5 TB with a good few thousand partitions. The script works like a dream...(read more)

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  • Upgrade to Genuine Windows 8 Pro from non genuine Windows 7

    - by mark
    I have a computer with non-genuine windows 7 (cracked with windows loader). I was thinking of buying / upgrading to Windows 8 Pro. I ran Windows8-UpgradeAssistant.exe and was said that I can upgrade to Windows 8 Pro. Can I perform a clean upgrade (format and install) from my current windows 7 to windows 8? In future, in order to re-install Windows 8 do I need to re-install the non-genuine Windows 7 and install on top of it? If my hard disk crash, or I want to install on a new hard disk (clean install), do I need to install windows 7 again before upgrading to Windows 8? If I don't like Windows 8, can I downgrade to Windows 7 genuine?

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  • Windows 8 upgrade advisor in windows xp not starting

    - by TBohnen.jnr
    I really hope someone can help me as I am stuck and can't figure out what to do next. I am trying to upgrade from windows xp sp3 (Media Centre edition) Steps I've followed: Clean install from XP SP3 Professional disc Installed all drivers downloaded upgrade advisor and ran where it just closed after like 2 seconds without even showing the screen changed to have a selected startup after finding guidance on the internet, this still did not make a difference Does anybody have an idea? I've looked for logs but can't find anything.

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  • How to Easily Put a Windows PC into Kiosk Mode With Assigned Access

    - by Chris Hoffman
    Windows 8.1′s Assigned Access feature allows you to easily lock a Windows PC to a single application, such as a web browser. This feature makes it easy for anyone to configure Windows 8.1 devices as point-of-sale or other kiosk systems. In the past, setting up a Windows PC in kiosk mode involved much more work, requiring the use of third-party software, group policy, or Linux distributions designed around kiosk mode. Assigned Access is available on Windows 8.1 RT, Windows 8.1 Professional, and Windows 8.1 Enterprise. The standard edition of Windows 8.1 doesn’t support Assigned Access. Create a User Account for Assigned Access Rather than turn your entire computer into a locked-down kiosk system, Assigned Access allows you to create a separate user account that can only launch a single app — such as a web browser. To set this up, you must be logged into Windows as a user with administrator permissions. First, open the PC settings app — swipe in from the right or press Windows Key + C to open the charms bar, tap Settings, and tap Change PC settings. In the PC settings app, select Accounts and select Other accounts. Use the Add an account button to create a new Windows account. Select  the “Sign in without a Microsoft account” option and select Local account to create a local user account. You could also create a Microsoft account, but you may not want to do this if you just want a locked-down account with only browser access. If you need to install apps from the Windows Store to use in Assigned Access mode, you’ll have to set up a Microsoft account instead of a local account. A local account will still allow you access to the preinstalled apps, such as Internet Explorer. You may want to create a user account with a blank password. This would make it simple for anyone to access kiosk mode, even if the system becomes locked or needs to be rebooted. The account will be created as a standard user account with limited permissions. Leave it as a standard user account — don’t make it an administrator account. Set Up Assigned Access Once you’ve created an account, you’ll first need to sign into it. If you don’t, you’ll see a “This account has no apps” message when trying to enable Assigned Access. Go back to the welcome screen, log in to the new account you created, and allow Windows to go through the first-time account setup process. If you want to use a non-default app in kiosk mode, install it while logged in as that user account. Once you’re done, log out of the other account, log back in as your administrator account, and go back to the Other accounts screen. Click the Set up an account for assigned access option to continue. Select the user account you created and select the app you want to limit the account to. For a web-based kiosk, this can be a web browser such as the Modern version of Internet Explorer. Businesses can also create their own Modern apps and set them to run in kiosk mode in this way. Note that Microsoft’s documentation says “web browsers are not good choices for assigned access” because they require more permissions than average Modern (or “Windows Store”) apps. However, if you want to provide a kiosk for web-browsing, using Assigned Access is a much better option than using Guest Mode and offering up a full Windows desktop. When you’re done, restart your PC and log in as the Assigned Access account. Windows will automatically open the app you chose and won’t allow a user to leave that app. Standard Windows 8 features like the charms bar, app switcher, and Start screen won’t appear. Pressing the Windows key once will do nothing. To sign out of Assigned Access mode, press the Windows key five times — quickly — while signed in. You’ll be sent back to the standard login screen. The account will actually still be logged in and the app will remain running — this method just “locks” the screen and allows another user to log in. Automatically Log Into Assigned Access Whenever your Windows device boots, you can log into the Assigned Access account and turn it into a kiosk system. While this isn’t ideal for all kiosk systems, you may want the device to automatically launch the specific app when it boots without requiring any login process. To do so, you’ll just need to have Windows automatically log into the Assigned Access account when it boots. This option is hidden and not available in the standard Control Panel. You’ll need to use the hidden netplwiz Control Panel tool to set up automatic login on boot. If you didn’t create a password for the user account, leave the Password field empty while configuring this. Security Considerations If you’re using this feature to turn a Windows 8.1 system into a kiosk and leaving it open to the public, remember to consider security. Anyone could come up to the system, press the Windows key five times, and try to log into your standard administrator user account. Ensure the administrator user account has a strong password so people won’t be able to get past the kiosk system’s limitations and tamper with the system. Even Windows 8′s detractors have to admit that it’s an ideal system for a touch-screen kiosk device, running either a browser or another specific application. Assigned Access finally makes this easy to set up on Windows systems in the real world — no IT experience, third-party software, or Linux distributions necessary.     

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  • Windows 7 Desktop/Start Menu Redirection: Server O/S: Windows Server 2003 And Server 2008

    - by VerGuy
    Hi, I am new here so I am might be asking a question which has already been answered [however I can't see it in the suggested answers above] I manage a network which is split into a parent domain and a child domain. Recently I have been looking at when to migrate to Windows 7. The child domain users [authenticated by the 2008 based (child) domain] get the redirected Desktop [as expected] but not the Start Menu. The parent domain users [authenticated by the 2003 based (parent) domain] get neither desktop nor Start Menu redirected. Does anyone here know how to successfully redirect the properties for these users as desired? Many thanks.

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  • Windows 7 Desktop/Start Menu Redirection: Server O/S: Windows Server 2003 And Server 2008

    - by Moody Tech
    Hi, I am new here so I am might be asking a question which has already been answered [however I can't see it in the suggested answers above] I manage a network which is split into a parent domain and a child domain. Recently I have been looking at when to migrate to Windows 7. The child domain users [authenticated by the 2008 based (child) domain] get the redirected Desktop [as expected] but not the Start Menu. The parent domain users [authenticated by the 2003 based (parent) domain] get neither desktop nor Start Menu redirected. Does anyone here know how to successfully redirect the properties for these users as desired? Many thanks.

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