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    Thumbs up ~ IT Competition August 09 ~



    Is month IT world main ap ko

    "Windows 98 ki Tips & Tricks"
    share karni hain




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    Default Re: ~ IT Competition August 09 ~

    Quote Originally Posted by sheem View Post


    Is month IT world main ap ko
    "Windows 98 ki Tips & Tricks" share karni hain






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    • Is Competition Main Post Karnay Ki Last Date Hai 21-08-2009
    • Aik Member Aik Hi Tip share kar sakta hai.
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    behtr hota k aap number of tips bhe declare kr daitien.....

    tjveez ha ye..
    Suno Loago.....!!
    Mairi Aankhain Kharido gay?????
    Mujhay Ik KHAWAB ka Taawaan bhernaa Hai........

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    Default Re: ~ IT Competition August 09 ~

    Quote Originally Posted by ~*Jhalla*~ View Post
    behtr hota k aap number of tips bhe declare kr daitien.....

    tjveez ha ye..
    meri rules ki 2nd line mai likha hai

    Aik Member Aik Hi Tip share kar sakta hai.

    jiska matlab 1 tip per member ???

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    Default Re: ~ IT Competition August 09 ~

    Ye Rahi Mere Entry

    One Click Shut Down or Restart


    Right-click the Desktop and select New > Shortcut

    In the Command line box type:


    for one click shut down

    Code:
    rundll.exe user.exe,exitwindows
    for one click restart
    Code:
    rundll.exe user.exe,exitwindow+++ec
    for one click Log off
    Code:
    rundll.exe shell32.dll,SHExitWindow+++ 0
    Click Next and give it the appropriate name (Shut Down or Restart)
    To change the icon on the shortcut, right-click on the shortcut, and select Change Icon. Some nice icons can be found in \Windows\System\shell32.dll.
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    c 2 - ~ IT Competition August 09 ~
    صرف آواز نہیں ، لفظ بھی مقفل ہیں مرے

    سوچ میں ہوں کہ اب تجھ کو پکاروں کیسے

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    Default Re: ~ IT Competition August 09 ~

    In Windows 98, your modem may seem to work fine, but the true fact is, the baud rate for you COM Port doesn't allow you to reach top-speed. To improve your port's speed:

    1. Click Start, Select Settings > Control Panel, open System
    2. Click the Device Manager tab, and click on the "+" sign next to Ports (COM & LPT)
    3. Select the port your modem uses, click Properties, then click the Port Settings tab, and set the Bits per second to 115200 bps, that way you won't have a sort of filter on the Port. 115200 bps is the maximum setting for a "Standard" COM port. If you encounter problems, try setting this value lower. With System Monitor you can check if there are any problems. System Monitor (sysmon.exe) can be Installed by starting the Add/Remove Programs Properties in Control Panel, select the Windows Setup tab, double click on the System Tools entry and select System Monitor
      (If you are not sure which COM port your modem uses, click on the "+" sign next to the Modem Icon in Control Panel and select your Modem. Click on Properties and choose the Modem Tab. Here you will see the COM port used by your modem)
    4. For most Modems you can use Hardware in the Flow control drop-down box


    The Maximum speed at which Windows 98 communicates with the modem is set in Control Panel > Modems, click the Properties button on the General tab. Windows 98 selects a conservative default speed, to prevent data loss on slower computers. So if you are using a fast computer (defined by MS as a 80486 or Pentium), set a faster speed here. If applications report data errors, lower your speed.

    In Windows 98 Microsoft opted for some limited support of the setting known as MaxMTU in Windows 95.

    1. Select your Dial-Up Adapter from Network in Control Panel
    2. Click Properties and select the Advanced tab
    3. In the selection box on the left, select IP Packet Size
    4. Now you can select a setting in the Value drop-down box, choices are: Automatic, Large, Medium and Small
    5. The settings Large, Medium and Small will put a IPMTU value in the registry entry for your Dial-Up Adapter of respectively 1500, 1000 or 576

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    Default Re: ~ IT Competition August 09 ~

    Change the Start-up and Log off screens

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    1. There are two files in the \Windows directory, both are 320 x 400 bitmaps
    2. LOGOW.SYS is the "Windows is shutting down" screen
    3. LOGOS.SYS is the "You may now shut...." screen
    4. You can edit these files or create your own, they just have to be 320 x 400 bitmaps

    If you have 640x480 images, here's how to make them 320x400 and keep their normal appearance when they are displayed at start up or shutdown:

    1. Open the desired image in Paint
    2. Choose Stretch/Skew under Image
    3. Select Horizontal and change the percentage to 50
    4. Choose OK
    5. Choose Stretch/Skew again
    6. Select Vertical and set it to 104
    7. Choose OK
    8. Choose Stretch/Skew again
    9. Select Vertical again and set it to 80
    10. Choose OK
    11. Choose Attributes under Image and there it is - a 320x400 bitmap

    Remember to save it with the .SYS extension.

    To create your custom Start-up Screen


    Create a file as described above, and name it Logo.sys. Place this file in the Root directory (e.g. C:\)

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