Window Boot Disk Section 95 to Xp Pro

Hopefully I’ve solved my HDD Virus problem or at least a portion of it.

This should be helpful in the future.

This seemsd usesful. It will be sticked.

Maybe I’ll delete this post and post it exactly, making it look like my own brillient post.

Yes, maybe that’s what I will do.

Then I’ll tell everyone that I gave Rav0s the idea…

Jackslaps Both ya all with a 6 inch love snake Bow down to that which is leon. (DOn’t make me get on Da mike its a scary thing acsk Olde rav here he’s heard it )

Here is something helpful for those rare but annoying times.

This one is an XP firewall fix that is Helpful:

Error message- unable to connect to the sign in server, please make sure computer’s date and time are set correctly, this is needed in order to transmit your password securely.

  1. 2 ways to get to connections
    a) Click on start, connect to, show all connections
    b) Go to my network places, right click and go to properties
  2. Right click on MSN Explorer connectiod (or connectiod set with firewall settings) and click on properties
  3. Click on advanced tab
  4. Put checks mark in firewall box (or make sure that the check mark is there)
  5. Click on the settings button on the bottom of the page
  6. Click on ICMP tab
  7. Put a check mark in " allow incoming time stamp request" box
  8. Click ok, click ok
  9. Sign in

I have heard the leon on the mic and it is a fearful site and ‘sound’ indeed. You guys don’t want to get him on there.

Good job fixing your problem leon.

Erk ok…

Originally posted by LeonMcNichols
Erk ok…

You know you don’t hate my guts steve so you can actually reply to me with at least as much respect as you reply to pipian.

Pipian & Myself don’t talk though matt.

Originally posted by LeonMcNichols
Pipian & Myself don’t talk though matt.

Yea? Well we should.

Here is one fix suggested by Microsoft to turn it off.
You could also stop it from running at startup by unchecking it in the startup tab in msconfig.
When you install MSN Explorer, the Loadqm.exe file is added to the Startup folder, and Loadqm.exe then starts each time you start your computer. Loadqm.exe loads the MSN Queue Manager component which manages queuing for the background file-transfer mechanism that is known as the drizzling service.

The drizzle component runs as the Loadqm.exe launcher, and because of this, global drizzles can only be run in the current user context. This feature is required to enable WU AutoUpdate.

The Drizzling service is the preferred way to transfer data to the client for background tasks and system services by preserving the end user experience by not affecting available bandwidth. Requests to the Drizzle service are submitted and the files can be transferred in a throttled manner so that the interactive user is not affected by the bandwidth that is consumed.

How to Disable the AutoUpdate Feature
To disable AutoUpdate:
If you can already view protected operating system files, skip to step 2. If you cannot already view protected operating system files:

Double-click My Computer , and then click Folder Options on the Tools menu.

Click the View tab.

In the Advanced Settings box, click Show hidden files and folders , and then click to clear the Hide File Extensions for Known File Types and Hide Protected Operating System Files check boxes.

Click OK .

In My Computer, double-click drive C, double-click the Program Files folder, double-click the MSN folder, and then double-click the MSNCoreFiles folder.

Right-click the Msn6.ini file, and then click Open to open the file in Notepad. In the [msn6] section of the file there should be a line that starts with AutoUpdate= (some URL) . Change this to AutoUpdate=0 . On the File menu, click Save , and then quit Notepad.

Restart your computer.

NOTE : To turn the AutoUpdate feature back on, change the AutoUpdate=0 entry to AutoUpdate=1 .