Most systems administrators by now will already know that April 8th is the day when Microsoft will cease to provide support for any systems that are operating on Windows XP. Many people will have already upgraded to a newer version of Windows, or have simply... Read More
Microsoft announced it will continue to provide updates to its security products (antimalware engine and signatures) for Windows XP users through July 14, 2015. Previously, the company said: “As a result, after April 8, 2014, technical assistance for Windows XP will no longer be available,...
There are reportedly 420,000 ATMs in the U.S. that still run Windows XP. As of April 8th ATMs running Windows XP will no longer receive regular security patches and won’t be in compliance with industry standards. Most machines that get upgraded will shift to Windows...
Perhaps serving as further proof that Microsoft is supremely confident in Windows 8 and expects nothing less than success, it’s being reported that Windows 7 will not see a second Service Pack. It’s still unusual for Microsoft to stop after Service Pack 1 but over... Read More
1. Downloading latest drivers (v14.19.50) for XP from the manufactures site and extracting them to a separate folder 2. Booting Windows 7 or Vista in the safe mode 4. Then navigate to Device Manager -> Video Adapter (VGA compatible) -> Properties 5. Click Driver -> Update driver -> Browse -> Let me pick -> Display adapters -> Have disk -> give path to the folder... Read More
1. Click Start -> Run -> Regedit 2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMControlSet001ServicesIntelppm 3. Highlight the start value 4. Right click and click modify 5. Then change the value to 4 6. Click ok and reboot the PC Read More