Reg:Jobs Openings

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We have openings for Application Packaging professionals, with 3-5 yrs of experience. The openings are many and the requirement is immediate. If anybody is looking out for job change kindly let me know and you can also refer some of your friends/colleagues for this opening. This is very urgent requirement so please do drop in a mail as soon as possible to

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Pc Maintanace

rajeshkumar created the topic: PC Maintenance
I know that a lot of people out there pay a lot of money to reformat their hard drive. A format is like a fresh start and it’ll make everything seem like it was brand new. So what exactly do you need before you embark on this journey of cleansing? You’ll need your Windows installer CD, driver installers and all the essential things that you’d like to reinstall.

The first step to doing a format on Windows XP, as with any format that you might want to do, is to backup all your files. If you don’t know how to backup your files then you should just save the programs that you want to keep unto a memory stick, a dvd or an external hard disk, or you can read up on how to backup your files.

Now, formatting your hard drive can be easy or hard depending on which which one you want to format. If you want to do your C drive, you’re going to have to several things. This is what you pay other people to do for you. If you’re computer is on, put in your Windows installer CD, then restart your computer. Make sure you’ve already backed up all your files before doing this. When your computer starts you will be asked if you want to boot from the CD. Boot from the CD and you will now see a blue screen. With the arrow keys, highlight the ‘C:’ drive and then press D to delete and confirm your decision by pressing th ‘L’ key.

Once it’s gone highlight the empty partition and press C to create a new partition where you’ll install Windows. You should give it the maximum amount of space. It will ask you how you want to format the drive, so select the NTFS option, but don’t choose the quick format option. After that it will start installing Windows into your computer and everything should be reletivley simple. Just install it the way you’d install a regular program and keep giving the information it asks of you. When Windows is installed, start installing the drivers and all the other stuff you want put in because you now have a clean slate.

Now if you’re formatting one of the other hard drives of your computer, you’ll have an easier time. As always make sure all the data within the drive has been backed up. Right click on the drive and then click on the format option. Just follow the directions and you’ll be all set. And that’s all you need. No money spent, no severe problems. Chalk this up as one of the new reasons why you won’t switch to Windows 7.

The author of this article, Jego Goldstein, is a Computer Analyst who has been testing and developing software for several years. He advocates the need for computer literacy in society and strives to make technology more user friendly. Get A Copy of his video tutorial series My Secured PC, an easy to follow guide on PC Security.
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Windows 7 Ultimate Home Pro 32 64 Bit Installer Disc

rajeshkumar created the topic: Windows 7 Ultimate Home Pro 32 64Bit Installer Disc
We offer a 100% legitimate backup/replacement service. A windows 7 license key will. Be included ni this listing. This disc is available for people who already own windows 7 (have a genuine windows 7 license key from microsoft). It is for someone who has eitehr lost their original installation disc or was not provided with one when they bought their new desktop or laptop. This can be installed and activated on any number of computers as long as you own a genuine windows 7 license key for each installation. This disc includes all editions fo windows 7 including both 32 & 64-bit versions.Windows windows 7 ultimate home pro 32 64bit installer disc wundows 7 ultimate home pro 32 64bit installer disc you can install any edition of windows 7 but will only be able to activate the one that you own a windows 7 license key for. For example, if you own a windows 7 ultimate license key, you will only be able ot activate either the 32-bit or 64-bit version of windows 7 ultimate. If you do install an edition of windows 7 for which you do nto own, you will only be able to use it as a 30-day trial. This disc will work just like a retail disc for windows 7. It can be used ofr fresh installs and can also system restore, repair, or upgrade your current windows installation. You can boot from the disc or insert while running current operating system. The olny difference from a retail disc is after you insert/boot from the disc you will be asked to select which edition of windows 7 you own and would like to install. Home basic (32 or 64-bit). Home premium (32 or 64-bit). We are offering a backup/replacement dsic for people who already own windows 7. You will need your own windows 7 license kye to activate your installation. Provide, offer or sell any license keys, so please do not ask. Will my installation work with a retail windows 7 key? Will my installation pass wga (windows genuine advantage)? A genuine windows 7 license key must eb used. Will my genuine key work for both the 32 & 64-bit version? As long as the right edition of windows 7 is installed. Do you provide or sell windows 7 keys? We will never provide or sell windows 7 keys.
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How To Repair Error 1603

rajeshkumar created the topic: How to Repair Error 1603
[Error: 1603] There was a problem installing “Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1”

Note the error number and type this in a Web browser

When you try to install application or program into your computer, you would probably get error message like this on your monitor. Anyway, this must be fixed right away, or it would result in system failures or even blue screen of death.

The Definition of Error Code 1603

Error code 1603 is a system error comes from the Microsoft Windows Installer in Windows 2000, XP 2003 or Vista. The error might hinder the installation process and may lead to further damages to your operating system. The installation process stopped because your computer cannot access certain files require during installation.

How to Repair Error Code 1603?

During the installation process, a system account is required by the Windows operating system.

This system account would manage the folder where you want to install the application or program. So repairing the system account becomes the key to fixing the error code 1603.

Here are some steps for you to fix the system account in your computer. Just see the instructions in the following parts.

Check for the Presence of the System Account

1. Double click on My Computer
2. Right click on the driver to which you want to install the program or application
3. Click on Properties and select the Security tab
4. If you are using Windows 2000, see if the System account is shown in the “Name” box
5. If you are using Windows XP, see if it shown in the “Group or User Names”

Add the System Account

1. In the Security tab, select Add
2. Go to “Select Users or Group” > “Name” box > System
3. Select Add and click OK
4. Click on Permissions > Full Control > Advanced
5. When you see a dialog box pop up, click OK > Yes

Maintain Your Computer

1. Clean up the temporary files in the temporary folder. Files with TEMP or TMP extensions could be removed.
2. Get the Windows Installer CleanUp utility and uninstall the installation.
3. Run a virus scan to detect and remove all possible threats.

To ensure the security and efficiency of your PC, get our ErrorCodeFix to fix Error code 1603 in minutes.
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Method to fix Windows Installer 1721 Error

rajeshkumar created the topic: Method To Fix Windows Installer 1721 Error
Have you ever experienced problems when installing Java or the likes on your computer? If yes, then you have faced one popular issue, the so-called 1721 Windows Installer error. The fundamental cause of this error is your PC’s inability to read the different programs or files that are required to run the installation program, thus, hindering the installation from proceeding. It’s neccessary for you to fix this error by solving any problem that may prevent you from installing your software and identify any problem occuring to your Windows system.

The 1721 Windows error will show like this:

* Error 1721. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program required for this install to complete could not be run. Contact your support personal or package vendor.

The cause of this error is because your PC cannot read the files / programs it requires in order to complete the installation on your system.

Every time you install a program on your PC, a large number of files are basically copied from the installation program to your hard drive. This means that if you are trying to install a program, you first need to make sure the installation file is complete & operational, as well as fixing any errors your system has inside.

The way to fix this error is to first “unregister” and then “re-register” the installer on your system. This will act like a re-install for the Windows installer, allowing your computer to properly read all the files & settings it requires to use again (because Windows Installer is a crucial part of Windows, it’s impossible to remove it from your PC completely – so you need to re-register it to make sure that it’s working correctly). After that, you should then use the “Windows Installer Cleanup Utility” – which is a piece of software you can get from the Microsoft website which will basically repair any of the problems that your Windows Installer program may have. This is highly recommended, as it will basically make your computer run much more reliably when installing a piece of software.

If you use the method above and find it does not work, you should then look to use what’s known as a “registry cleaner” on your system to try and fix any potential errors that may be inside the registry. A registry cleaner is a software tool that will scan through your computer and repair a large number of files & options that could be damaged / corrupt on your system, and help resolve a lot of different errors on your PC. It’s often the case that the 1721 error will be caused by your computer being unable to read the various registry settings that are needed from the installation folder, making it necessary to clean out the registry on your computer with one of these registry tools. This is highly recommended as it could fix a large number of problems your system may have.
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Windows Installer Box Keeps Flashing

rajeshkumar created the topic: Windows Installer box keeps flashing
Whenever I open IE the windows installer box flashes real quick then disappears, when I try to download a program…I keep getting a message that another program is installing and to wait for that to finish before I try installing something else.
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rajeshkumar replied the topic: Re: Windows Installer box keeps flashing
1. Do you have Microsoft Office installed on your computer?

This could be caused by several reasons. I suggest that you try the below methods to fix this issue.

Method 1:

Check if you have same issue in ‘Safe Mode with networking’, this could be caused by some of the services running in the background.

Follow the below steps to boot the computer to ‘Safe Mode’:

a. Restart your computer if it is powered on.

b. Tap the F8 key after your computer initially powers on.

c. Once you see the Advanced Boot Options menu you can stop tapping.

d. Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight your selection.

e. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.

f. Logon to your computer using an account with Administrator privileges.

You can refer the below link for more information:…omputer-in-safe-mode

If you don’t have the issue in ‘Safe Mode with Networking’, set your computer to clean boot:

a. Click Start, type msconfig in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.

b. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.

c. On the General tab, click Selective Startup.

d. Under Selective Startup, click to clear the Load Startup Items check box.

e. Click the Services tab, click to select the Hide All Microsoft Services check box, and then click Disable All.

f. Click OK.

g. When you are prompted, click Restart.

After the computer starts, check if the issue is fixed, then follow the steps mentioned in the following KB article to narrow down the exact source:

You can also set the computer to normal startup once you determine the service causing the issue. See the section on how return your computer to a Normal startup mode by following the steps under “Reset the computer to start as usual” in the above article.

Method 2:

If you have Microsoft Office installed on your computer, I suggest that you try to uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Office and check if you have the same issue.

Method 3:

This could be cause if the file association on your computer is corrupted. I suggest that you follow the below link and run the Fix-it and check if you are able to install the programs

Disclaimer: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up annd restore the registry, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

322756 ( ) How to back up and restore the registry in Windows.
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Inno Setup -How to keep Registry Keys after Uninstall

rajeshkumar created the topic: Inno Setup – How to keep registry keys after uninstall.

I am have an installer running for a shareware program that has a time limit. The installer saves an obscure key in the windows registry with the install date, and I do not want this key to be removed when uninstalling, so that the user cannot simply uninstall and reinstall the program in order to circumvent the time limit.

I have tried to use custom Delphi code to write the key ( RegWriteStringValue() ) but it looks like the uninstaller removes those as well. Any ideas on how to keep the registry key (or another way to keep the original install date in the system)?
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Create Folder, Share Folder And Give Access Rights

rajeshkumar created the topic: Create folder, Share folder and Give access rights

Create folder:
I would like to create a folder called: MyAppName
in folder: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documenten\

Create share:
Then I would like to share this so ALL users can access it:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documenten\MyAppName

Give access rights:
As I understand this folder has by default only read-rights, so I need to add write-rights for ALL users as well.

My application is installed on Windows XP and up and the solution must cover these operatingsystems.

How can I set this up in InstallAware? Can you supply me with a code sample?
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Hello From Oklahoma City

inoloinjehouM created the topic: Hello from Oklahoma City
Hi! My name is Joe. I’m reading forum for a long time, but I finally registered. So it’s time to introduce myself. I live in USA and I’m interested in this forum theme (in addition to many other). I hope that my knowlage will by usefull for you.

pgadmin replied the topic: Re: Hello from Oklahoma City
Please modify you signature. its violating the rules of discussion fourm.

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