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comment ProcMon - catching incoming file accesses from the network
I believe it should catch those as everthing gets passed through the filter driver inserted by procmon. Did you enable "Filter -> Enable Advanced Output"?
Apr
30
comment Why does Windows 8 refuse to connect to my WiFi repeater even though it has a much stronger signal than the access point it repeats?
I also configured two different SSID's to solve a similar problem at home and at friends. Having only one SSID is best theoretically but in practice, it didn't work for me either.
Apr
23
comment Is it possible to make a swap space(partition) in windows 8.1 like linux?
If you intend to do this as a learning exercise, by all means go ahead. If it's not, your benefit/cost ratio (cost being time spend) will be very low. Unless your time is a penny worth, I wouldn't bother. How much ram are you talking about? Are you sure it's not the file system cache you see using all your ram (which is a good thing). Have you verified using RAMMap from sysinternals?
Apr
23
comment Is it possible to make a swap space(partition) in windows 8.1 like linux?
You can create a new partition and move part of your swapfile to it but it doesn't gain you anything (noticeable) afaik. On a modern system, I wouldn't expect the swap file to be hit that often if at all. If it is, you either have applications leaking memory or to little memory to begin with.
Apr
14
comment Can vim highlight current matching words when I input replace command?
I didn't know you didn't know about not having to repeat the search pattern :)
Apr
13
comment Can vim highlight current matching words when I input replace command?
Assuming you have hlsearch and incsearch set, how about first searching using / and after you have verified replacing?
Mar
11
comment Is there a way to dump a webpage source without having to interact directly with browser?
Unfortunately, the page source doesn't seem to be in one contiguous memory block. I think your best option is to write a little application and use ReadProcessMemory to extract the source.
Mar
10
comment Is there a way to dump a webpage source without having to interact directly with browser?
Your point was only made clear after we answered the original question, it was not at all clear before. I have been playing around with dumping the process and searching the memory for the entire page but I can not reliably automate it (the page is in memory sure enough though) Perhaps better if you explain in your question what your actuall goal is. Currently, this is sounding a bit like an XY Problem
Mar
9
comment Found new malware not detected by antivirus. How to evaluate the threat?
That's wuauclt.exe I believe.
Mar
6
answered Is there a way to dump a webpage source without having to interact directly with browser?
Feb
26
comment How does the Recycle Bin work?
Probably easier to update my expectations of dir /a/s :). tx Tom.
Feb
26
comment How does the Recycle Bin work?
Nice, I just find out the hard way exactly what you've posted. Do you have any idea how to find your Example.txt from the command prompt? My use case is to search the entire drive for a misplaced file using dir c:\*.doc* /a/s but it doesn't find any docs in the recycle bin because of the renaming and the real name being kept in this metadata file.
Jan
15
comment How to stop a running .bat file which runs after every 10 minutes
My assumption was that if you run the batch file that schedules the task every 10 minutes, it would schedule a new one to every 10 minutes. My assumption was wrong <g>.
Jan
14
comment How to stop a running .bat file which runs after every 10 minutes
How many tasks you had to kill?
Jan
14
comment How to stop a running .bat file which runs after every 10 minutes
If you mean by terminal, the command prompt then yes. I'm curious how many tasks you have scheduled by now as it doubles every 10 minutes.
Jan
14
answered How to stop a running .bat file which runs after every 10 minutes
Jan
4
comment Localhost tcp throughput performance differences
(Love the way how you've put this together btw)
Jan
4
comment Localhost tcp throughput performance differences
I have WPA traces of both a fast and slow system. Do you happen to have any experience in interpreting such traces? Every time I start slicing and dicing them, I find myself concluding other things, depending on what I started grouping on.
Jan
4
accepted Localhost tcp throughput performance differences
Jan
4
comment Localhost tcp throughput performance differences
@Harrymc - No option in my bios for IOAT support. I've played around with HPET to see if that makes a difference but it only got slower. Thanks for your time and answer Harry.