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Fix and Tweak Graphics and Video (part 3) : How to Fix : My Screen Is Sluggish - Adjust Hardware Acceleration
If your graphs seem correct, but the screen is slow to draw or of the windows animated in a jerked way or in the slow movement, here some things which you can E
Fix and Tweak Graphics and Video (part 2) : How to Fix : Text on My Screen Is Too Small
To obtain acres of office usable, you will have to place your system at possible the most high-resolution. However, if you make, you will note that the icons, the text, windows, and the menus narrow proportionally with the increase in the resolution. In an arrangement with high-resolution, the text under icons and on menus can be tiny and difficult to read.
Fix and Tweak Graphics and Video (part 1) : How to Fix : Adjust the Resolution
To fix one or the other of these conditions, match simply the resolution of posting to the indigenous resolution of the notice board with liquid crystals. To discover what i.e., the characteristics of the monitor check, behind its handbook or on the Web site of the manufacturer
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Being Prepared for Stop Errors - Prevent System Restarts After a Stop Error
Some useful software- and hardware-related techniques can help you prepare for Stop errors when they occur. Stop messages do not always pinpoint the root of the problem, but they do provide important clues that you or a trained support technician can use to identify and troubleshoot the cause.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Memory Dump Files (part 3) - Using Memory Dump Files to Analyze Stop Errors - WinDbg Debugger
Both tools allow users with the Debug Programs user right to analyze the contents of a memory dump file and debug kernel-mode and user-mode programs and drivers.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Memory Dump Files (part 2) - Using Memory Dump Files to Analyze Stop Errors - Using Problem Reports And Solutions
Memory dump files record detailed information about the state of your operating system when the Stop error occurred. You can analyze memory dump files manually by using debugging tools or by using automated processes provided by Microsoft.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Memory Dump Files (part 1) - Configuring Small Memory Dump Files, Configuring Kernel Memory Dump Files
When a Stop error occurs, Windows Vista displays information that can help you analyze the root cause of the problem. Windows Vista writes the information to the paging file (Pagefile.sys) on the systemdrive root by default.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Stop Message Overview - Identifying the Stop Error, Finding Troubleshooting Information
Stop errors occur only when a problem cannot be handled by using the higher-level error-handling mechanisms in Windows Vista. Normally, when an error occurs in an application, the application interprets the error message and provides detailed information to the system administrator.
Deploying IPv6 : Planning for IPv6 Migration - Understanding ISATAP, Migrating an Intranet to IPv6
Migrating your existing IPv4-based network infrastructure to IPv6 requires an understanding of different IPv6 transition technologies that you can use achieve your goal.
Configuring and Troubleshooting IPv6 in Windows Vista (part 4) - Troubleshooting IPv6 Connectivity
Disabling IPv4 can also be a useful troubleshooting technique for developers who need to verify that their applications are IPv6-compatible.
Configuring and Troubleshooting IPv6 in Windows Vista (part 3) - Configuring IPv6 in Windows Vista Using Netsh , Other IPv6 Configuration Tasks
To configure the IPv6 settings for a network connection in Windows Vista using the netsh.exe command, open a command prompt window with local administrator credentials and type the appropriate netsh.exe command from the netsh interface ipv6 context.
Configuring and Troubleshooting IPv6 in Windows Vista (part 2) - Configuring IPv6 in Windows Vista Using the User Interface
Obtain An IPv6 Address Automatically This specifies that the physical or logical interface associated with this connection uses stateful or stateless address autoconfiguration to obtain its IPv6 address.
Configuring and Troubleshooting IPv6 in Windows Vista (part 1) - Displaying IPv6 Address Settings
To display the IPv4 and IPv6 address configuration of the local computer, open a command prompt window and type ipconfig /all at a command prompt.
Deploying IPv6 : IPv6 Enhancements in Windows Vista
The TCP/IP networking stack in the previous Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 platforms had a dual stack architecture that used separate transport and framing layers for IPv4 and IPv6 based on separate drivers: Tcpip.sys and Tcpip6.sys
Creating an XPS Document,Scanning a Picture, Scanning Anything
The XPS file format is a new universal format that produces a document that looks exactly the same as it looked originally, regardless of which computer you use to open or print the document.
Printing Your Photographs, Printing Web Pages - Print the Pictures, Fix the Layout
Printing your photographs used to be quite a challenge—depending on their format and resolution, your pictures might be printed in different sizes or in different orientations on the page.
Specifying a Default Printer, Controlling Your Printing - Change the Default Printer, View the Queue, Stop the Presses
Some programs are set up to print only on the system’s default printer. Other programs are set up to print on the system default printer but allow you to target, or change to, a different printer. If several printers are available, you can designate any one of them as your default printer.
Printing from a Program, Printing a Document - Print a Document Using the Default Printer, Print a Document Using a Specific Printer
In most programs, you can print a document on any printer that’s installed on your computer or shared over a network. By using the Print dialog box, you can specify which printer to use and can customize the way your document is printed.
Understanding IPv6 (part 3) - Understanding Address Autoconfiguration, Understanding Name Resolution
On IPv6 networks, static addresses are generally assigned only to routers and sometimes servers, but hardly ever to client computers. Instead, IPv6 addresses are almost always assigned automatically using a process called address autoconfiguration.
Understanding IPv6 (part 2) - Understanding ICMPv6 Messages, Understanding Neighbor Discovery
Neighbor Discovery (ND) is the process by which nodes on an IPv6 network can communicate with each other by exchanging frames at the data-link layer.
Understanding IPv6 (part 1) - Understanding IPv6 Terminology , Understanding IPv6 Addressing
IPv6 uses 128-bit (16 byte) addresses that are expressed in colon-hexadecimal form. For example, in the address 2001:DB8:3FA9:0000:0000:0000:00D3:9C5A, each block of 4-digit hexadecimal numbers represents a 16-bit digit binary number.
How to Troubleshoot USB Problems : How to Identify USB Problems Using Performance Monitor, How to Examine USB Hubs
You can use device manager to examine the USB controllers and hubs in a computer, determine their power capabilities, and examine the power requirements of the connected devices.
How to Troubleshoot USB Problems : How to Solve USB Driver and Hardware Problems, Understanding USB Limitations
The most common way to connect external devices to a computer is USB. USB provides expandability without the complexity of connecting internal devices such as PCI cards.
How to Use System Restore, How to Troubleshoot Bluetooth Problems
System Restore regularly captures system settings so that you can restore them later if you experience a problem. Using System Restore to return your computer to an earlier state should be one of your last troubleshooting steps, however, because it might cause problems with recently installed applications and hardware.
How to Troubleshoot Driver Problems (part 3) - How to Use the File Signature Verification, How to Use Device Manager to View and Change Resource Usage
Driver signing is a multistage process in which device drivers are verified. For a driver to earn this certification, it must pass a series of compatibility tests administered by the Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL).
How to Troubleshoot Driver Problems (part 2) - How to Use the Driver Verifier
Windows Vista (and all versions of Windows since Windows 2000) include the Driver Verifier (Verifier.exe). You can run either graphical or command-line versions of the Driver Verifier.
How to Troubleshoot Driver Problems (part 1) - How to Find Updated Drivers, How to Roll Back Drivers
Microsoft or hardware vendors occasionally release updated drivers to improve hardware performance and reliability. Many updates are available directly from Windows Update.
How to Troubleshoot Disk Problems (part 2) - How to Use the Graphical Chkdsk Interface
Chkdsk will run immediately if the volume is not in use and then display the results in a dialog box. If the volume is in use, Chkdsk will request that you schedule a disk check for the next time the computer is restarted.
How to Troubleshoot Disk Problems (part 1) - How to Prepare for Disk Failures, How to Use Chkdsk
Chkdsk (Chkdsk.exe) is a command-line tool that checks disk volumes for problems and attempts to repair any that it finds. For example, Chkdsk can repair problems related to bad sectors, lost clusters, cross-linked files, and directory errors.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : How to Use Built-In Diagnostics (part 5)
Some computers have System Recovery Tools pre-installed by the computer manufacturer. On these computers, you can start System Recovery Tools faster by pressing F8 before the Windows logo appears, and then choosing Repair Your Computer from the Advanced Boot Options screen.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : How to Use Built-In Diagnostics (part 4)
When Windows Vista analyzes problem reports (as part of the Problem Reports And Solutions tool), it can determine that memory problems might be a source of the problem. If this happens, Problem Reports And Solutions prompts the user to run Windows Memory Diagnostics, as shown in Figure 4.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : How to Use Built-In Diagnostics (part 3)
Memory problems are one of the most common types of hardware problem. Memory problems can prevent Windows from starting and cause unpredictable Stop errors when Windows Vista has started. Because memory-related problems can cause intermittent failures, they can be difficult to identify.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : How to Use Built-In Diagnostics (part 2) - How to Use Data Collector Sets
The Windows Vista Reliability And Performance snap-in includes data collector sets and corresponding reports that perform detailed analysis of different aspects of a computer’s configuration and performance.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : How to Use Built-In Diagnostics (part 1)
Windows Vista includes several different tools to assist you in diagnosing the source of hardware problems. The following sections describe the most important tools.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : How to Diagnose Hardware Problems
Always remember to check basic issues first before attempting to remove and replace parts. Before installing new peripherals, refer to your motherboard and device manuals for helpful information, including safety precautions, firmware configuration, and expansion slot or memory slot locations.
Troubleshooting Hardware, Driver, and Disk Issues : The Process of Troubleshooting Hardware Issues
Many different types of problems can cause these symptoms. To identify the source of these problems and possibly fix the issue, follow these steps. After each step, determine whether the problem continues.
Windows Vista Improvements for Hardware and Driver Troubleshooting
Windows Vista includes several improvements and new features that will simplify how you troubleshoot hardware problems, allowing you to reduce client computer downtime. The following sections describe these improvements.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 7) - Applying Server-Side Includes - Adding server-side includes
Dreamweaver has made inserting a server-side include in your Web page straightforward. You can use a Dreamweaver object to easily select and bring in the files to be included.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 6) - Applying Server-Side Includes
In some ways, the server-side include (SSI) is the predecessor of the Dreamweaver Library item. The difference between them is that Dreamweaver updates the Web pages with Library items at design time, whereas the server handles the updating with server-side includes at runtime (when the files are actually served to the user).
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 5) - Updating Your Web Sites with Libraries
You can immediately update every page on your site when you edit a Library item. After you save the alterations, Dreamweaver asks if you'd like to apply the update to Web pages in your site.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 4) - Editing a Library Item
Rarely do you create a Library item that is perfect from the beginning and never needs to be changed. Whether because of site redesign or the addition of new sections to a site, you'll find yourself going back to Library items and modifying them, sometimes repeatedly.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 3) - Using the Library Assets Panel - Deleting an item from the Library , Renaming a Library item
One of the most common — and useful — applications for a Library item concerns site navigation. In this Dreamweaver Technique, you create a Library item for the bottom, text-based navigation and apply it to a number of pages.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 2) - Using the Library Assets Panel - Inserting a Library item in your Web page
When you create a Web site, you always need to incorporate certain features, including a standard set of link buttons along the top, a consistent banner on various pages, and a copyright notice along the bottom. Adding these items to a page with the Library items can be as easy as dragging and dropping them.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Library Items and Server-side Includes (part 1) - Using the Library Assets Panel - Adding a Library item
When a portion of your Web page has been designated as a Library item, yellow highlighting is displayed over the entire item within the Document window.
Configuring Startup and Troubleshooting Startup Issues : How to Configure Startup Settings (part 2) - How to Use BCDEdit
If you have a computer with both Windows XP and Windows Vista installed and you want to modify the BCD registry file from Windows XP, you can run BCDEdit from Windows XP by launching it directly from the Windows Vista Windows\System32 folder. While this might be useful in some multi-boot configurations, typically, you should run BCDEdit from the System Recovery command prompt if you cannot load Windows Vista.
Configuring Startup and Troubleshooting Startup Issues : How to Configure Startup Settings (part 1)
Windows Vista enables administrators to configure startup settings using many of the same graphical tools that Windows XP provides. Command-line tools for configuring startup tools have been replaced with new tools, however, and you can no longer directly edit the startup configuration file (formerly the boot.ini file).
Configuring Startup and Troubleshooting Startup Issues : Important Startup Files
The term systemroot is one of many environment variables used to associate string values, such as folder or file paths, to variables that Windows Vista applications and services use.
Accessing and Using Your Network : Collaborating with Windows Meeting Space (part 2)
The list of users you see in the Invite People dialog box consists of those people signed in to People Near Me on your network. If you want others to attend, you can send them an email message. In the Invite People dialog box, click Invite Others then click Send and Invitation in E-mail.
Accessing and Using Your Network : Collaborating with Windows Meeting Space (part 1)
In previous versions of Windows, if you needed to remotely collaborate with other users by sharing a program or working together on a document, the tool of choice was Microsoft NetMeeting.
Accessing and Using Your Network : Working with Offline Files and the Sync Center (part 2) - Synchronizing Offline Files, Handling Synchronization Conflicts
When you reconnect to the network, Windows Vista automatically synchronizes the files. This means that Windows Vista does two things: First, it updates your local copy of an offline folder by creating copies of any new or changed files in the shared network folder. Second, it updates the shared network folder with the files you changed while you were offline.
 
 
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