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    • How to Solve Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_Area in Windows

      How to Solve Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_Area in Windows

      A page fault is an error known as the “0x50 Stop Error,” which occurs when a computer’s RAM requests a page of memory from the page file and does not receive it. Because the RAM needs the page of memory to continue running its current tasks, the CPU is forced to dump all of its

    • mfehidk.sys

      mfehidk.sys

      Mfehidk.sys is a system process that runs in the computer background and maintains the Host Intrusion Detection System for McAfee Anti-virus. It is essentially a real-time shield and detects malicious software as it runs on the computer before it has a chance to cause significant damage. Mfehidk.sys is also known, however, for slowing computers down

    • Understanding NetBIOS Name Resolution

      Understanding NetBIOS Name Resolution

      NetBIOS, broadcasts names to listening nodes on the network. NetBIOS utilizes a User Datagram Protocol (UDP) query to broadcast names. NetBIOS names identified computers on the network before the introduction of Windows 2000. The NetBIOS name is resolved to an IP address through Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), broadcasting, or the LMHOSTS file. If the

    • Understanding Systems Management Server (SMS)

      Understanding Systems Management Server (SMS)

      Systems Management Server (SMS) Overview SMS 2.0 is a Microsoft BackOffice systems management tool that can both operate in and manage an assortment of network environments. Systems Management Server (SMS) enables network environments and network resources to be centrally controlled. The core control point or center of Systems Management Server is the SMS Administrator console.

    • Windows Registry Hacks

      Windows Registry Hacks

      Windows registry 'hacks' are commands incorporated into the Windows Registry with the aim of improving the system's efficiency, security or communications protocols. Knowing how to 'tweak' the registry can help ensure the security and efficiency of a computer system. What follows is a brief explanation of the system registry and some suggested 'hacks' to make

    • IIS Performance Monitoring and Tuning

      IIS Performance Monitoring and Tuning

      Monitoring IIS Performance in Windows Server 2003 The primary performance monitoring MMC snap-ins and tools used for monitoring Windows Server 2003 and IIS are: System Monitor: The System Monitor is one of the main MMC snap-ins used to monitor system performance. This was previously the Performance Monitor tool in Windows NT. The name change to

    • Understanding Host Name Resolution

      Understanding Host Name Resolution

      Understanding the Purpose of Host Names In TCP/IP based networks, the packets that are transmitted over the network contain the following IP addresses: The IP address of the computer sending the packet The IP address of the destination computer intended to receive the packet. The IP address information is used to forward the packet to

    • Group Policy Terminology and Concepts

      Group Policy Terminology and Concepts

      What is Group Policy Group Policy is an Active Directory feature that provides the means for you to effectively and efficiently manage large numbers of computers. You can manage both user and computer configuration settings centrally, from one position of administration. You can define group policies as being a collection of user and computer configuration

    • How to Fix Internal Error 2753

      How to Fix Internal Error 2753

      Internal Error 2753 refers to a problem associated with Windows Installer that prevents programs from being installed on a computer. Internal Error 2753 may be displayed through a number of programs and can cause the user a great amount of distress when trying to install a new software. While Internal Error 2753 can be difficult

    • How to Fix a “Cannot Find Server or DNS” Error

      How to Fix a “Cannot Find Server or DNS” Error

      A server is a computer that ‘serves’ the network that it is connected to. It performs functions that are useful to the network. For example, there are file servers that store data and print servers that handle the network printing jobs. Businesses and other institutions often use servers to store important, possibly confidential, information and

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