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Computer Spec and Logon details on your wallpaper

Q: Computer Spec and Logon details on your wallpaper

Hi I don't know if anyone knows how to set this up but I can't seem to find anything on it.

In a couple of businesses that I work in the administrator is setup so that when they logon to any workstation they get a blank wallpaper but with there: username, domain, computer name & that certain workstations spec in the bottom right corner, I'm not sure if its a program or if Its something included in Server 2003 or Windows XP.

Sorry if I'm not clear enough

Cheers Joe.

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A: Computer Spec and Logon details on your wallpaper

Hello there, I wasnt familiar with this myself but it did sound very cool and useful. So I did some digging and came accross this, I think it is what you are after.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897557.aspx

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Hi all,
I want to find my PC full detail hardware spec but I don't want to use 3rd party program.
I only know the ?Device manage? but it is just a brief description. I want to find more detailed spec.
Such as RAM stick?s vendor, frequency ?ect.
Do I get this with win 7 built-inprogram? If someone know how to do, please tell me.
Thanks in advance.

BTW, do I also find my NB?s BIOS and EC (embedded controller ) version in Win7 without entering BIOS utility?Is this possible?

A:How to find my PC full details hardware spec. with WIN7 built-in progr

Check this, it should help you.
How to - System Specs

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My method for automatically changing the Windows 7 logon/logoff wallpaper with every logon.

Step 1: Use one of the many guides on the web to enable custom/oem logon wallpaper, such as Brink's: Log On Screen - Change


Step 2: Copy whatever JPEG images you want to use for logon/logoff wallpaper in to C:\Windows\System32\oobe\info\backgrounds
You do not need to rename them -- just so long as their file extension is JPG or JPEG they'll be fine.


Step 3: Copy the following into C:\Windows\System32\oobe\info\backgrounds\rand.vbs

Code:
'=========================================
'rand.vbs
'Random logon/logoff wallpaper generator
'Author: [email protected]
'=========================================

Option Explicit
Dim objFSO, objFolder, objFile, colFiles
Dim min, max, result, aWallpaper(100)

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(".\")
min = 1
max = 0

Set colFiles = objFolder.Files
For Each objFile in colFiles
If ((LCase(Right(CStr(objFile.Name), 3)) = "jpg") Or (LCase(Right(CStr(objFile.Name), 4)) = "jpeg")) Then
If NOT (CStr(objFile.Name) = "backgroundDefault.jpg") Then
max = max + 1
aWallpaper(max) = CStr(objFile.Name)
End If
End If
Next

Randomize
result = Int((max-min+1)*Rnd+min)

objFSO.CopyFile ".\" & aWallpaper(result), ".\" & "backgroundDefault.jpg", True
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A:Logon Wallpaper - automatically change w/ every logon

You may want to link to this in your thread: Task Scheduler - Create New Task

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Hello friends, I am in need of some desperate help, and I wasn't sure where to post this. =x
I've been experiencing this problem for over a day now, so I'm just going to post the "logs" I've written down as I've gone through the process of trying to find a solution.

Background: I've had this computer for almost a year, and have never experienced a problem with it before yesterday.

My Specs: i5-4670 @ 3.4GHz, Adata XPG V2 8GB DDR3 1600, Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3, Thermaltake Smart Series 750w PSU, NVIDIA GTX 760 2GB, and I run Windows 7.

Note: The main problem at this point is that when I load my computer, the only thing that shows is my desktop wallpaper and nothing else - icons, taskbar, etc. don't load. When I try to Ctrl+Alt+Del, the screen goes black and I hit either spacebar or Enter to get back to the unresponsive desktop wallpaper screen once again.
The problem all started when I attempted to boot up the computer one morning, the lights turned on for a split second and immediately turned off once again. After searching Google thoroughly, it appeared as if this was the computer attempting to stop from short circuiting. I personally have no experience with computer hardware whatsoever, so I was baffled as to what to do, as the computer would not start up anymore. My father simply unplugged everything, took a look inside of the computer, switched on something that appeared to be an alternate on/off thinger, and hooked it up once again. This time, the computer lo... Read more

A:Log On to an Unresponsive Desktop Wallpaper (No Icons, etc.) [Many Details Inside]

Pull out your CMOS battery for 5 minutes...don't cheat...the whole 5 minutes. Then replace the battery and boot up. This should reset your BIOS back to default.

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Can one of our experts give me a blow-by-blow sequence of what happens when you logon (to specifically a Win XP computer). Where does the operating system look for the list of users authorized for the computer -- in a specific file or in the registry? And as you select the user (either the administrator by default if there are not multiple users or one specific user), what file contains the settings showing the user privileges for that user, the user name, password if any, etc. I assume this starts off in an "all users" folder or "administrator" folder at the start, then move to the folder for the specific user. If the logon privileges are not in the C:\Documents and Settings folder but have been moved to another drive, for example, what would be the name of the file in that drive that contains the logon data?
 

A:Logon procedure details

Hi CarolinaBill. I'm far from being an expert but you can try this to see what is what and where it is. This is an online facility.
http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
 

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Going through some pictures on the Facebook group 'I am Fluent in Sarcasm' I noticed a small window briefly pop up, I couldn't read what it said because it disappeared quickly. I had a bad feeling about it and afterward my computer started running very slowly. I restarted it, typed in my password, then got a blue screen which said this:A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.If this is the first time you?ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps.Check to see if you have adequate disc space. If a driver is identified in the stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try charging video updates. Check with your hardware vendor for any BIOS updates, disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use safe modeto remove or disable components, restart your computer, press f8 to select Advanced Startup Options, and then select Safe Mode.Technical Information:***STOP:0x0000008E(0xc0000006,0x81C813673,09xE601A5C,0x00000000)Collecting data for crash dump?Initializing disc for crash dump?Deckard's System Scanner v20071014.68Run by Justin on 2009-03-24 09:37:16Computer is in Safe Mode with Networking.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Physical Memory: 958 MiB (1024 MiB recommended).System Drive C: has 5.25 GiB (less than 15%) free.-- HijackThis (run as Jus... Read more

A:I'm getting the blue screen when I logon (details in body)

DDS.txt:

DDS (Ver_09-03-16.01) - NTFSx86 NETWORK
Run by Justin at 23:54:30.17 on Wed 03/25/2009
Internet Explorer: 7.0.6000.16809 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_11
Microsoft? Windows Vista? Home Premium 6.0.6000.0.1252.1.1033.18.958.351 [GMT -7:00]
============== Running Processes ===============

C:\Windows\system32\wininit.exe
C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k DcomLaunch
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k rpcss
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k secsvcs
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalSystemNetworkRestricted
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkService
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalService
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNoNetwork
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkServiceNetworkRestricted
C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmpnscfg.exe
C:\Windows\system32\wbem\unsecapp.exe
C:\Windows\system32\wbem\wmiprvse.exe
C:\Windows\notepad.exe
C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\dds.scr
C:\Windows\system32\wbem\wmiprvse.exe

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Hi all,

how do we change the wallpaper before you log into your user profile? I mean, before you hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete to login. I'm referring to a corporate computer...

i believe it would be somewhere in the registry. Other users are able to change it to a blue screen wallpaper with error msgs. I thought I got BSOD error only to find out it's just a wallpaper.

A:Windows Logon wallpaper

Removing the graphics and getting a plain blue screen is done through Msconfig.

Changing the actual image is done editting the ntoskrnl.exe.

Knowing this, you can Google and find the directions.

Editting the kernel is fraught with risk - only ever play around like that if you can afford to lose all your stuff.

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If i turn on my laptop, this has happened before but was fixed with system restore, it starts fine. But, it gets to the welcome screen and takes a while and then it goes to my wallpaper. No icons, nothing on the screen but the wallpaper, not even CTRL+ALT+DELETE will show up. I have no idea on earth what is wrong. Sadly i removed all my old system restores. I have my most recent which registry mechanic made before it fixed any errors (these were common errors that i have seen fixed before, like moving of a jpg file and such) so i tried going to safe mode (works fine) and did system restore. It loads normally, gets to welcome, and we are back to square one.

Also, virus HIGHLY unlikely. I have avast, spybot, malwarebytes and my friend built a scanner that finds things like rats and eeps (and other little viruses that normal anti virus doesn't) and he said he scanned not long ago and found nothing major. Just a couple little viruses slowing firefox a tad.

New info: It will start after 10-40 minutes but spybot will see things like bootexecute or something or another deleted or changed. Also...i can't connect to internet. It sees our router but doesn't want to talk. I tried uninstalling the network driver so it will reinstall (i have to wait for it to restart...gawd XD) so any ideas. This really bites.


PLEASE HELP

A:URGENT: Logon and goes to wallpaper only

If you're able to boot to safe mode try Start>Run>Msconfig>check startup tab and uncheck anything you dont need to boot Do the same for services, be sure that hide Microsoft services is checked, before disabling any. If it boots ok after this then try re-enabling services and startup one at a time, or run them manually after booting.

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So, I have the backroundchanger.exe from Brink's tutorial, but wondered - How can I setup an automatic wallpaper change each bootup? Say for example rotate through the images in my shared picture folder.

The program in the tut doesn't seem to allow this - is there any other way?

Thanks
D

A:Change logon wallpaper each boot

You might appreciate the little script I use. Find it here: Logon Wallpaper - automatically change w/ every logon

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where i can find the original wallpaper 1280 x 1024? i have tried find on the net but no success
https://www.google.com/search?num=10...w=1280&bih=887

A:windows 7 beta logon wallpaper

bump

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hi...

i have a problem changing my logon screen wallpaper although i have use the windows 7 logon wallpaper changer.... how to reset back to default wallpaper?? help me...

thanks...

A:cannot change logon screen wallpaper

Hello Khairi,

OPTION THREE in the tutorial below may be able to change it back to default for you. If not, then you could also use the program to select the default C:\Windows\System32\oobe\background.bmp log on screen image instead.

Log On Screen - Change

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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hi there.
i work on windows 7 ultimate X32
whenever i change my desktop background, my logon screen wallpaper changes to boring blue default wallpaper
which i really don't like
can u please help me keep it (logon screen wallpaper the one i chose) same for all the desktop backgrounds?????????

A:how to keep logon wallpaper same for all desktop backgrounds

Hello Poonam, and welcome to Seven Forums.

The desktop and log on screen are two separate backgrounds that use their own separate images. You should be able to change both to whatever you like.

Log On Screen - Change

Desktop Background - Change

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hello,
I added a wallpaper to my pictures folder, and I then used that as my logon screen wallpaper.
However everytime I turn the computer off, and on the default rainbow wallpaper keeps coming on. If I restart or log off, my wallpaper shows. How can this be? Can anyone please help me?

A:I changed the logon screen wallpaper, but the default....

Sounds like you set the Desktop background picture but did not change the "Lock Screen". See this See pictures on the desktop, Start, and the lock screen - Windows Help

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Windows uses only one logon & logoff screen wallpaper. I have manually customize my logon screen wallpaper and would like to know if there is way to customize the logoff screen wallpaper with a different wallpaper than the logon wallpaper. Meaning, 2 wallpapers, one for each task. Thank you for your time.

A:Custom logon & logoff screen wallpaper

I do not believe this is possible.

Jerry

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Hi

It took me a while to discover that the lock screen and the logon screen are not the same thing. Thankfully I know know that they are different things.

Whenever I startup windows 10 I always land on the login screen, perfect for security reasons (the password) because I'm the only user of my laptop and I dont want anyone else using it without my permission. But there is a problem, I get tired of seeing the same login wallpaper each time I log on. Like the lock screen wallpaper and the desktop wallpaper can automatically be changed to a "new" picture, Id like to have the same functionality with my login screen. Does anybody know how I can do this? And I dont mean to change the picture on the login screen to just a new picture but to cycle between pictures in a folder of images (or even better windows spotlight pictures (as in the lock screen wallpaper).

Thanks in advance!

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Hi all - my first post here. This site has helped me IMMENSELY with my transition from XP to 7 over the past few years. I always found exactly what I was looking for, but today I am stumped.

In Windows XP, there was an option to change the logon screen background color:
HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Colors

You could change the string "Background" to any 3-digit RGB color code you wanted.
(i.e., 0 0 0 = black, etc.)

This color would show up on CTRL+ALT+DEL plus it would show up when you logged in remotely using Remote Desktop.

Changing the logon screen background wallpaper is great when you're physically at the machine (and I've already done this), but you don't see it when you're connecting via Remote Desktop. Instead you're stuck with the OEM blue background color.

The same key I mentioned above does in fact exist in Windows 7, but it doesn't appear to have any effect.

Does anyone know how to do this?

Thank you!

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

A:How To Change Logon Screen Background Color (not wallpaper)?

Hello and welcome deckard

I guess you know how to change logon screen : Log On Screen - Change

Now, open the logon wallpaper with an image manipulation program like Photoshop, Paint.net or GIMP, change the color as you want and apply it ?

Not quite the thing you are wanting, but the output will work.

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So the Flex 5 (15") 81CA's spec sheet says it uses DDR4-2133 RAM, but the RAM in the machine I received is definitely DDR4-2400. That's good, but I'm just wondering what's going on here. With DDR4-2400 RAM installed, does it actually run at 2400 MHz or 2133 MHz? And if it runs at 2133 by default, is there a way to change that to 2400? Per Intel's official CPU specs the CPU and chipset should support 2400. Any ideas?





Fully patched, updated devices > Stock, unrooted: Verizon Moto Z2 Force | Unlocked HTC U11 || LineageOS, rooted: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5 || Windows 10 Pro: Lenovo Flex 5 (15") 81CA









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A:Flex 5 (15") 81CA spec sheet RAM data rate doesn't match parts spec

Hi jdrch,
 
Greetings.
 
The 81CA does run on 2400 MHz as shown in the general specification sheet, 16GB max / 2133MHz or 2400MHz DDR4, one DDR4 SO-DIMM socket. 
 
Checking on the general category for Flex 5 1570 here shows 80XB models had the 2133MHz and the 81CA had 2400 MHz. The same goes in the parts lookup page using model numbers 81CA here.
 
I hope this helps answer your query.
 
Regards

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hey, does someone has the old login screen wallpaper from the windows 7 beta (built 7000) in a resolution of 1280x960?

thanks in advance.

A:Windows 7 Build 7000 Logon Screen as wallpaper 1280x960

You could try this: Windows 7 Default Login by ~RaulWindows on deviantART

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I just got a new laptop as a second computer. It has 1.8ghz processor and a gig of RAM. Everything is so stable, not one error yet. My Playstation emulator plays every game with full smoothing on with it's 32mb graphics card perfectly. DVD's are good quality. Task switching is smooth. Menus pop up instantly.

My PC is a disappointment. Unhappy with its performance from the word go, I upgraded its RAM to 2 gig. 256mb of that is eaten by what appears to be the most unstable graphics card in history. I have Vista on this one. I can't start the thing without an error or two appearing. It runs at a could crash any second state all the time, is constantly loading and more often than not has a display driver error. I need ReadyBoost to make it run at an acceptable state! The latest driver seem to fix one issue and break another (for instance I now have less display crashes but slow as anything graphics performance). It does work well for my music apps as its processor allows for lots of soft synths but its support for ASIO is awful. Do you reckon going down to XP will make it an impressive machine? As for DVD's, they are grainier than a bowl of shredded wheat!
 

A:Can anyone explain why my low spec laptop out performs my higher spec PC?

What are the exact specs of the PC, I would try a fresh vista install and start again...
 

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Hello there everyone! A newbee in here and also not much a smart *** in the realm of tech so kindly bear with me!

I have recently upgraded to a new laptop of the following specs:

DELL Inspiron, i7, 16GB Ram, 1 Tb HDD, Win 10 (genuine)

from an older laptop with following specs:

HP Pavilion, i3, 4GB Ram, 320GB HDD, Originally Win 7, later updated to Win 10 (genuine)
(Used this bad boy for almost 7 years!)

I still used my older laptop for work purposes until the HDD in it died on me last week for some particular reason. I have a spare SSD (500 GB) that I am thinking to replace the damaged HDD with. Since I am new this, I have a couple of doubts that I hope you lot in here can help me with:

1) Can I clone the HDD in my new laptop to the spare SSD and install the SSD in my older laptop, given the major differences in specs?

2) If the answer to (1) is yes, is there a particular set of steps I need to follow in this case or do I just follow the steps of a basic cloning process?

3) Assuming I could do the above, would I have to reinstall Windows in the older laptop? I still do have the Windows 7 Home product key that was originally installed on my older laptop.

Also do suggest if you think I should avoid the all-in-all idea of cloning and just freshly install Windows on the SSD and later just copy the files I need from my new laptop.

Thanking you in advance to taking the time out to read my post and helping me out!
 

A:Copy HDD from high spec to SSD in a lower spec system?

You can't clone a 1TB hdd into a 500GB ssd due to size limitation.

It is also illegal to clone one Windows to be used on more than one computer.

You can just replace the dead hdd with your 500GB ssd now and install its original Windows 7 on it if you have the license.

You can pass the data between computer via a network or USB devices but the operation is not cloining. If you clone something it ends up with a mirror image of the original.

A ssd can be used in exactly the same way as a hard drive. It has nothing to do the high spec. In a higher spec PC things move just faster and the fast ssd is therefore put to a better use.
 

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Hi everyone, Not sure if this belongs here or not so if its in the wrong place then by all means please correct it for me

anyway I had my comp build just over a year ago but when it was built it was considered to be high end, im not sure if its still considered to be high spec anymore but its not performing the way it should. I dont really play lots of games so im not sure how long the problem has been around for but its been in place for at least a couple months thinking back. heres my specs:

Thermaltake 600W Power Supply
ASUS P5N32-SLI DELUXE Motherboard
Intel Conroe E6600 2.45Ghz CPU
RAM 2 x 1Gb Kingston PC5300 667MHz DDR2RAM
HDD Seagate Barracuda 320Gb 7200rpm SATA Hard Disk Drive (16Mb)
OPTICAL DRIVE LG H22N 18x DVDR/RW Drive
VGA eVGA GeForce 8800GTX 768Mb PCI-E VGA Card (169.25 driver)
Vista Premium
LG 194W 19" Wide LCD Monitor

Ive been getting really weird FPS drops during gameplay. CoD4 for example with start out at 90 but will settle down to 60~ sometimes and dip as low as 30~. Team Fort 2 does the same, but it will dip as low as 20-15fps

I just reformatted and all basic updates have been done. AVG also doesnt detect any viruses. I ran 3D mark Vantage (free trial run) and this is what I got.

http://service.futuremark.com/home.action?resultId=114165&resultType=19

I was gonna update the bios but i couldn't figure out how. If i don't find a solution by monday i'll be taking it back to the shop that built the comp and see if they can... Read more

A:High spec comp, low spec performance

Hello DonatoXIII

Run The Windows? Experience Index

Check the Component Scores which will identify any weaknesses in the system

Also go to the NVIDIA site and look for updated drivers

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Anyone like to venture an opinion about what a server in a small LAN of max 6 machines should contain that a decent or hi spec workstation does not have - other than perhaps a larged hard drive?
Any opinions most welcome!
 

A:Server spec v. hi spec workstation

Hi

I run a domain server, there are 2 hard wired PC's, 4 wireless laptops, and 1 media box.
Its spec is a HP XE310 with 1GHZ CPU and 256 meg of memory, it has been running for over 2 years and has never crashed or failed yet.
Over the time i have added HDD's upto 300GB in size.

I run azureus over night on it and it works fine.

I had a chat with someone on here who recommended Linux or Unix as a server, myself I run Windoze server 2000 but thats a personal choice.

regards
 

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I have a computer which will not allow me to map a drive to another computer within our network.  Both devices are Windows 7.  In my small network, I have three WIN7 devices and one WIN10 device.   One WIN7 and the WIN10 machines are
both mapped to the HOST WIN7 device successfully.  I am able to PING the "errored WIN7" computer from the host computer; I am able to see the computer and shares on the error'd from the HOST machine but when I try to map from the error'd machine
to HOST I get the <g class="gr_ gr_5319 gr-alert gr_spell gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling ins-del" data-gr-id="5319" id="5319">Logon</g> Failure error (above).  I have completed the following:
-Reset Advanced Sharing Settings (ensured File and Printer Sharing are turned ON and Password Protected Sharing is turned OFF)
-Group Policy Management ( allow log on locally and ensured the ADMIN account (and everyone) is in the Group settings
-Group Policy Management (removed the Deny log on locally) assignment
-HOST machine (Everyone is allowed under User Rights)
-Network Sharing (enabled network discover, use user accounts and passwords to connect to other computers)
-Network access (Allow anonymous SID/name translation)
-Network access (Let everyone permissions apply to anonymous users)
-Network access (Restrict anonymous access to Named Pipes and Shares)
-Network access (Do not... Read more

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Windows 2003 server local policy keeps loosing the users that I set so that it can be browsed accross the workgroup. I can browse the server from the other pcs in the workgroup only for a few minutes until the policy looses the users all by itself. I cannot find anything that can explain what's going on. BTW - I can browse the other computers from the server with no problem. The local policy on the other computers don't change themselves. TY
 

A:logon failure: the user has -been granted the requested logon type at this computer

Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer

If you see this message the following should be done on the computer containing the shared files:

Download the following and install it

Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=4544

after installation is complete, click on: Start, All Programs, Windows Resource Kit Tools, Command Shell

Then enter the following commands. (Attention: they are case sensitive.)

net user guest /active:yes
ntrights +r SeNetworkLogonRight -u Guest
ntrights -r SeDenyNetworkLogonRight -u Guest

The first command enables network access for Guest, the two subsequent ones change two different policies to allow network access for Guest.
 

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How Is It Possible To Find Out All The Below Info:

Your CPU
Your Memory
Your Graphics card
Your Hard Drive
Your Soundcard
Your Operating System
Your Case
Your Monitor
Your Mouse
Your Keyboard
 

A:Computer Spec??

A great program called Everest can tell you all the info you need.

You can find the download on this page, http://www.lavalys.com/products/download.php?pid=1&lang=en.
 

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Hi i am looking for a new computer, i want to know if this spec below is good enough to run the latest games at high speeds thanks:
System Case: Vantage Evolution Inspire Case
Power Supply: 400W PSU
Motherboard: Asrock 939S56-M Motherboard (Skt 939)
Processor: AMD 64-Bit 3200+ (Skt 939)
System Memory: 1Gb DDR400 PC3200 Dual Channel Memory (2x 512Mb)
Hard Drive One: 200Gb Serial ATA150 7200RPM
Hard Drive Two: Please Select
Removeable Storage Devices: Floppy Disc Drive
CD Device One: DVDRW Drive (16x +/- Dual Layer)
CD Device Two: Please Select
Video Card: GeForce 6600GT 128Mb DDR +DVI/TV PCI-X
PCI Devices: Please Select
PCI Devices: Please Select
Keyboard & Mouse Set: Logitech Deluxe Keyboard & Optical Mouse Set
Speakers: Logitech S100 Desktop Set
Monitor: 17 inch TFT Monitor (12ms)
Operating System: Windows XP Home SP/2 - OEM
Office Software: Please Select
AntiVirus Software: Please Select
Utilities Software: Please Select
Additional Services: Please Select
System Warranty: Ad-Vantage 5 Years Return to Base Warranty
Additional Support Services: No Software Support Required - Pay As You Go Available

Will that be good enough or does there need to be any changes made?
 

A:Is This Computer Spec Enough?

Yes, that PC will run most of todays games, but at medium settings and will not really play tomorrows games. but for games like CS:S, BF2, that will do a decent job.
 

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Hey Guys and Girls, Im looking to buy a new desktop for my addiction to WOW XD. Havent brought one for ages so just wondering about the specs on this deal.

Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200, 2.33GHz, 4MB, 1333FSB Quad COre CPU
ASUS P5Q Motherboard (Intel P45 Chipset)
Kingston 4GB DDR2 PC 6400 Dual Channel Modules
Seagate 500GB SATAII 7200 RPM 32MB Buffer HDD
Nvidia Geforce GF9800, 512MB, DDR3, PCIE 2.0
3.5" Internal Memory Card Reader
Pioneer DVD-/+ RW DL
Intergrated Surround Sound
BenQ 22" Wide Hi-Def LCD Monitor 1920x1080 res
Logitech cordless mouse and keyboard
Antec Sonata 3 Case Earthwatts 500w PSU with Front USB

FOR $1899.00

Also read on the forums that this guy who played wow had really low FPS when he had a Nvidia in the 8 series. Why does he have low FPS? Because I dont want to have spikes XD Also with these Specs can I play future games like Diablo 3??

Thanks !

Lyly
 

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my friend is looking for a computer for music production he has a home studio what kind of system should he be looking for , memory storage, speed, processor ,GHz ,RAM, budget is small
 

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So I did a lot of research looking for a descent price computer that, most importantly, can play Age of Conan at at least 40+ fps. I came up with a dell computer with the specs:

Processor - Intel® Core™2 E8400 (6MB,3.0 GHz, 1333FSB)

OS - Vista Home Premium (*#&^@$)

Memory - 4GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz - 4 DIMMs

Hard Drive - 500GB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 16MB Cache / I was also thinking about getting 160GB - 10K RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 16MB Cache for the faster RPM, but I honestly have no clue what faster RPM does for the computer. Can somebody please fill me in on that? Please help with decision.

Optical Drive - Single Drive: 16X CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capability

Monitor - 20 inch SP2008WFP Wide Flat Panel with Webcam and Mic (don't really care about the mic and webcam, just like the 20 inch over the 19 inch)

**Video Card - I was thinking of either getting the Dual nVidia GeForce 8800 GT 512MB / OR the nVidia GeForce 8800 GT 512MB. Wasn't sure which would get 40+ fps. Preferably around 50 fps. Please help with decision.

Sound Card - Sound Blaster® X-Fi™ XtremeGamer (D) Sound Card

Thanks in advance.
 

A:Computer Spec Overview

1. Instead of an E8400, go with a Q6600.

2. What is the motherboard? Chances are, it has good quality on-board audio and you don't need an additional sound card.

3. Stick with 500GB harddrive. A 10,000 RPM drive has faster access times, but you'd kick yourself later about the lack of space.

4. If you can budget it in, get an ATi 4850 for your graphics card. As to your question about the 8800s, I'm not sure I understand. If you can get one or two of a graphics card, two will obviously perform better in most games.
 

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Hi, want to by a new computer for around christmas time. Want to buy top notch system but also want to make sure buy into latest technolgy for both gaming and video editing.

Appreciate your advice on specs but also if there is any upcoming technology worth waiting for a few months before buying?
 

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Hey, I have been on Komplett and have come up with this specification. Please help me in telling me if any of these components are especially bad or anything is a bit OTT. Many thanks The main purpose of this is to make sure that none of the components are clashing with eachother and it will all work fine.
Coming to: £561
P.S. Please ignore the RAM size and HDD size, I have personal extras from my last machine
 

A:Computer Spec, please advise

Psu is probably crap but everything else looks ok.
 

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K so im playing a game called rappelz and im getting a pretty low fps.
Usually FPS is at 20 then drops to around 8 when multiple players are around.

Nvida Geforce 8500 GT
3gb ram
Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6700 @ 2.66GHz (4CPU), ~ 2.7GHz

A:Low fps on high spec computer?

That system doesn't seem that high end to me, your FPS could be perfectly normal for the settings that you run Rappelz at. I personally have never played the game, but I know people who have, and I haven't heard much about high load graphics.

Anyways, what resolution do you run the game at? What filters/quality?

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Hi I'm currently looking to buy a second hand laptop and wondered if it was possible to make windows say its a better spec then it really is. If this is possible is there any way to thoroughly check the computers spec?
 

A:Testing spec of second hand computer

Well if there is a will there is a way..It's possible that you can "fake " the specs. But how about looking into the BIOS and check out the amount of RAM , CPU speed. etc... That is not easy to fake..
HTH
 

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I have a Inspiron 6000 Notebook from Dell. The system seems to be spec'd for 200-pin PC2-3200S-333 DRAM. Can I remove the RAM module and input 200-pin PC2-4200S-444 SDRAM instead? I mean, would there be voltage issues? Can I mix-and-match DRAM with SDRAM?

Thanks in advance!
 

A:Can you put SDRAM into a computer spec'd only for DRAM?

go here and they will tell you what memory your computer will run
 

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I am considering buying a 2 terabite HD. Is there a utility or way to make sure my computer will recognise it before I buy one?

Thanks
 

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Hi, I'm new here, just wanted opinions on buying parts to buy my own PC and if it would hold up for a couple of years for gaming?

Cpu: AMD FX-6200 3.80GHz 6-core
Memory: 4GB DDR3 1333MHz
Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 AMD 970
GPU: AMD RADEON HD 6570 1GB PCIe

I've not included the power supply and hard drive etc. because they didn't seem relevant much.
All suggestions are welcome but I'm limited by a budget of £400.
 

A:Is this computer spec worth buying?

That's not a great gaming setup, games are mostly dependant on the GPU and the 6570 will likely only play games on low details.

Is the budget just for those 4 components or does it include everything (PSU, hard drive, case, etc.)
 

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Can some one help me understand what seems to be the problem.
 
I can log on the domain using my credential as admin. But any user with less then admin gets the following error:
 
Can't logon because the logon method you are using is not allowed on this computer.
 
Does anyone know what needs to be done?
 
Thanks!

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Oops,I forgot about this forum,I am usually in 'hardware',trying to get my old celeron win 98 to work better.

I have given up with that thing now,as it severely limits my photography and what I want to do. So,I need an up to date computer,something more capable and in laptop form as I travel with my cameras.

I have a budget of £400,what spec laptop should I look for?

My old machine is 10gb HDD 196mb ram celeron win 98,and the lappy is 5gb 64mb p2 with win 98.So as you can see I am very limited.I need to move on and a modern machine I need.
 

A:Minimum computer spec for photo work?

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Hello there, I hope it's a good place to post this, some time ago I spend a bit of money to build fairly good pc for a low cost I made it, however computer performance is really low, in fact my old machine from ages ago ran way better. I have Windows 7 Professional with latest updates, also my hardware is using latest drivers, let me tell you what's wrong first.

In games I get pretty low FPS for example;

1. League Of Legends running with the lowest settings I don't go more than 80 FPS and it's when nothing is happening on the battlefield

2. Games like Counter-Strike Global Offensive, Rust Diablo III it's the same or even worse

3. When want to stream/record using various programs (xfire, Open Broadcast, Xsplit) my game it becomes completely unplayable

4. When i set up my machine for streaming and want to use my tv as 2nd monitor FPS goes so low that game is unplayable.

Below I will try post as much info as I can.

Processor
Code:
Processor

AMD FX-8150 8 core processor
Socket AM3+ (942)
Core voltage ~0.950v
Core speed (jumping between 1500Mhz and 4500Mhz)
Multiplier (jumping between x7 and x19)
Bus Speed 199.56Mhz

Code:
Mainboard

ASRock 970 Pro3
CHipset AMD
PCI-E x16
Code:
Memory

Corsair
Type: DDR3
NB Freqency: 2195.2Mhz
Size: 8GB
Single
Code:
Graphics

MSI Radeon HD 7870 Overclocked
Size: 2048MB
Core: 1050Mhz
Memory: 1200Mhz
Code:
Hard Disk

OCZ Technology 120GB SSD

 

A:Solved: Poor computer performance with good spec

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logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through terminal services. i have setup a AD in my virtual box and install ts. i also have create a client pc in my virtual box. whenever from my cilent pc i connect to the ts web access to get the apps from the server. i key in my id and password it will prompt me this message. but i have already assign the rights. i have already enable this option allow logon through terminal service, allow logon through terminal locally. i have added remote desktop user to permission to it. but it seems like it not working. can anyone advise me how i can do it ? or is it the ts license without activating i cannot access?

A:logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through ts

Let me know if I understand you correctly. You are trying to use a program Terminal Services without the correct proper activation.
What operating system do you have and are you trying to use Microsoft's Terminal Services program?

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How can I re-associate .mp4 files with video details displaying in the Details Pane? After installing the K-lite codecs pack, my mp4's all began displaying in the details pane as audio files (Album, Artist etc) and no longer displays the important video default details (size, frame height, bitrate etc). I assume it was because of incorrectly associating file types when installing the codecs (even though wmv's, avi's are still correct), so I uninstalled the codecs but the Details categories remain for typical audio files. I've exhausted The Google and I'm stumped... any help? (Win7, 32-bit with VLC as my default player) Thanks!

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Have you tried resetting your Folder Templates?

Tutorial
Folder Template - Default

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I need a little help with something that seems simple. I am using Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit. I have changed the columns in Details view in a folder. However Windows is not populating those columns, so what am I missing? This holds true on both my network drives and my local drives, so I checked my indexing options and they are set to index my local drives, so I assumed that should have at least worked. Any help would be very much appreciated.

A:Windows 7 Details View not showing details/data

Welcome to Seven Forums JLH1. Try this:

Right click an empty area in that folder> Sort by> More

Scroll down the list and make sure the categories you want are checked> OK

A Guy

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the laptop is a Dell Inspiron 15–5559. The white LED blinks 4 times then the orange blinks twice.
Sometimes it works, but after the first time it started up it barely ever works.
I tried starting it with the battery, without it, with the cord, and without that.
What’s going on, and how can I fix it?

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Hey People...

Im new here just looking for some information about vista x64.

I bought and built this computer a few days ago and also i got
windows vista gamer nvidia edition 2009 R1 x64. It wont install at all it gets to about 5% and gives me an error any one know if its a hardware error.

Heres my computer.
Intel core I7 920 D0 2.66GHz
Asus P6T IX58
Corsair 6GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9(9-9-9-24)
BFG GTS250
Sata Seagate 1TB HDD
Sata Lite on DVD-RW

Thanks.

A:Cant install vista x64 on my computer. All computer details on thread.

Originally Posted by Docktag


Hey People...

Im new here just looking for some information about vista x64.

I bought and built this computer a few days ago and also i got
windows vista gamer nvidia edition 2009 R1 x64. It wont install at all it gets to about 5% and gives me an error any one know if its a hardware error.

Heres my computer.
Intel core I7 920 D0 2.66GHz
Asus P6T IX58
Corsair 6GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9(9-9-9-24)
BFG GTS250
Sata Seagate 1TB HDD
Sata Lite on DVD-RW

Thanks.



Hi. It would be very helpful if you could list the error verbatim.

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Is it possible to get from a PC (or laptop) remotely information such as computer name, mac address, amount of RAM, HDD size, serial number etc?
At my new job one of my tasks is to keep up to date the company's PC/laptop list up to date such info. It would be easier if I could write a script that would go out say once a week to each PC and get the info them update a spreadsheet.
I would probably have to use SNMP or similar.
Is such info available and where does it reside?

A:Computer details

hello ,


if you go to (start/ then to (all programs / then to (accessories / then to ( system tools / then to ( system

you will have your answer

if this is not what you are looking for then you may need a 3rd party program

some pc's have this information some do not

get back to us

Mike

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Have decided to get rid of my computer which runs Windows Vista so as to give all my spare time to learning all i can about Linux 'Mandriva Spring'. So does anyone know how to get rid of the computer owner details etc please. Thanks
 

A:Computer details

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