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comment How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
no luck! they actually are using registry modification to revert back the changes, I disabled registry modification as well!:( there are some ways to enable registry editing through cmd, then cmd is disabled as well, the last resort was using group policy, which again is disabled !!! and i think i am dead!!
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revised How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
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revised How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
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comment How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
run command is disabled too!
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asked How to enable registry and command prompt when they are both disabled along with gpedit.msc and run command
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comment Is there a way to reinstall the default drivers for windows xp after replacing a new motherboard?
I get the error 0x000007B , and this is the screenshot of my safemode booting and then failing.i41.tinypic.com/27xjyip.jpg The full error is this :(0x0000007B (0xF789E924,0xC0000034,0x00000000,0x00000000)
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comment Is there a way to reinstall the default drivers for windows xp after replacing a new motherboard?
@Ramhound: This is not possible at all, my former MB is dead.
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comment Is there a way to reinstall the default drivers for windows xp after replacing a new motherboard?
@Synetech: Yes it doesnt work at all.
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asked Is there a way to reinstall the default drivers for windows xp after replacing a new motherboard?
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comment Regarding Ethernet - Why is the InterFrame gap 96 bits long?
thank you , by the way its 96 bits not bytes :)
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accepted Regarding Ethernet - Why is the InterFrame gap 96 bits long?
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asked Regarding Ethernet - Why is the InterFrame gap 96 bits long?
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accepted Is there a way to selectively clear or delete cache specific to one website or domain in Firefox?
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answered Is there a way to selectively clear or delete cache specific to one website or domain in Firefox?