my lenovo laptop has error. it appear blue screen didn't work properly Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1 Locale ID: 16393 Additional information about the problem: BCCode: a0000001 BCP1: 00000005 BCP2: 00000000 BCP3: 00000000 BCP4: 00000000 OS Version: 6_1_7600 Service Pack: 0_0 Product: 256_1
IPSEC Quick Mode negotiation contains identity payload and fails between Windows Server 2008R2 and linux running ipsec-toolsWindows 10
My system comprises of a windows server box communicating with a Linux box on the local subnet, over an IPsec enabled connection (in transport mode). I am upgrading the server from Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 Enterprise Edition, to Windows Server 2008R2 Standard Edition (and likely 2012R2). Windows->Linux IPSEC works fine with 2003R2, both main mode and quick mode completes successfully. With 2008R2 however, quick mode fails because this version of windows is sending identity payload (contains the IP addresses of the Windows and Linux boxes). Windows 2003R2 did not send these identity payload packets. Unfortunately the Linux box then rejects this 2nd Quick Mode message because the identity doesn't match what it was expecting. It works ok when talking to Windows 2003R2 because the identity isn't sent, so it is not compared. Linux fails with this error "ERROR: mismatched ID was returned" This failure only occurs when Linux is the initiator and windows the responder (if windows is the initiator, quick mode is successful). Unfortunately, due the way the Linux software is deployed, it is not practical to make any changes to the Linux side. The question is therefore - is it possible to change the behaviour in Windows 2008R2 (and 2012?) to match what 2003 used to do, that is to NOT send the identity packets (IDci+IDcr) during the quick mode (IKE Phase 2) exchange. Perhaps by netsh commands or registry edits. Looking at RFC2407 it appears the identity should be sent, so perhaps 2003R2 was buggy in not sending it, and that was fixed in later releases?
Microsoft should display folder size in bytes and number of items it contain. Even when we go inside the folder, the sub-folder should also display size in bytes and number of items it contain. It will help us to find which folder have more bytes and files so that we can delete it to save the space in hard disk.
I use Windows 7 Home Premium edition and my laptop connected (via wi fi) to the internet. I recently downloaded an upgrade and since then I cannot connect to the internet using the wi fi. (if I hover the pointer over the wi fi symbol in the toolbar it displays 'No internet connections available') I can connect to the internet using a cable. Other devices (phone, tablet and TV) connect to the internet using wi fi. What do I need to do to re-establish wi fi connection?
Your **** windows eating my all Internet when im in important meeting and this is INDIA, here Internet speed is just 1 Mbps and this **** windows running backgroundtransferhost, Windows Update, Service Host, and all **** updates when we have lot of work even i end process tree it will run again without asking any notification, and your FAQ is called its sync **** always sync all my settings without any changes ? what is called updates ? updates for your **** windows defender? who using that **** ? every one having their own AV Ubuntu is very good then your **** OS if you cant handle with your OS please quit Microsoft. OS - Windows 10
Hi, I have a Web Application which uses SQL Server as database. We were using SQL Server 2008. Then we migrated SQL Server 2008 to SQL Server 2014.The procedure which was taking 8 secs in SQL server 2008 now takes 14 to 20 Secs in SQL Server 2014. Please help me what I need to do in SQL Server 2014 to tune all my procedures.
Driver: Intel(R) Centrino(R) Advanced-N 6235 Laptop: NP550P5C-S05IN Operating System: Win-10 Log in : Cyberoam I have been using this laptop for quite some time now and had no problem at all till some time back. I had to format my laptop and re-install Windows-10 due to malware. I was using my college's WiFi earlier too and there was no problem then. But after re-installing windows again my WiFi don't work properly any more. That is: it continuously get connected and disconnected to WiFi. As I am in college so we have our accounts to log-in to access the internet, we use Cyberoam here. What happen is I will log-in into my Cyberoam account then after using internet for 5-10 minutes it will get disconnected, then I will have to switch WiFi on-off or try refreshing again and again. My laptop works fine with every other network. I have tried re-allocating the IP address using : netsh int ip reset and all other similar command to rest DNS, IP etc. Also I have tried re-installing windows-10 multiple times, also have re-installed drivers multiple times but no luck. I tried asking the IT department regarding this issue but alas they have no clue, they tried basic network troubleshooting but when does that ever work.
I just don't understand how Windows is **** decades old and yet it seems to require a BA in **** computer networking just to transfer some files between MY computers I bought and paid for on the network INSIDE MY OWN GODDAMN HOME. Homegroup does not **** work no matter how many years have passed since I first looked up how to do this. I REALLY don't think i should have to mount a USB drive just to transfer docs from my notebook to my desktop rig at home. Why the **** do I need to consult endless years-old threads full of useless advice for a problem that never has a goddamn solution? PCs have been in our homes for over two goddamn decades now. I can be called a **** **** with the simplest of ease by 12 year old children or 30-year old trumpkins in state-of-the-art video games, stream naked ladies without even so much as a few clicks of my mouse, and repeatedly mock my president-to-be on twitter all day long, but I can't simply transfer my homework notes without consulting google first, because I'm expected to know how to assign my computers' unique IP addresses on my own network, presuming that actually even **** works, PRESUMING NETWORK SHARING EVEN **** WORKS. THIS IS **** all i want to do is transfer some files without the middle man usb or BS of CS ****. DECADES now we've had these machines and you still make me jump through hoops. "Enable Network Sharing" MY ACHIN' ****. I OWN THESE MACHINES and this is MY NETWORK INSIDE MY OWN HOME and this **** still doesnt work when i need it to. WELL, **** YOU M$. dont bother responding. im not gonna answer. just what the ****.
Hello, I am new to Windows 10, however I built a .net program that I want to run during the day when I am not home. I have setup a scheduled task to wake computer to run the task. I do not turn off the computer, I only shut the lid. Apparently shutting the lid shuts off the laptop. IN either case, is there a way to have the PC turn on so the task can run while I am not home?