Been using Vista Business SP2 for about 1 year and is a pain in the ass. Fresh installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit last night and oh boy! It is awesome! Faster than Vista a lot i would say and hope it stays that way.
i was wondering am i able to don't put any file in a file field and upload to the database and assuming it will not update it?
The language is ASP
This is the 3 field... If i don't select any file it will give me error.
<INPUT TYPE=FILE NAME="THEFILE" value="">
It would be much better to performed a full server backup as of current just in case $hit happens. Moreover, the person who asked you to take charge might not know $hit about computer, and it will be too late to do explanation if anything do happens.
And i don't encourage you to do a scratch...
Maybe u can try backup all the user profiles (group policy, etc. etc.) that is stored inside together with all the DHCP details (eg. start range of IP addresses and so on). The rest shouldn't be much of an issue i would say. As for the data, you can try backup them (after the days end...
it makes me drool seeing all those figures..
i'm still running on 1mbps/512kbps with occasionally disconnection and high latency to international sites.
i'm from malaysia and my ISP is TMNET (Streamyx) which awefully sux!
are you able to access msconfig? Maybe your notebook is infected by virus. It happened to me once before but i can recall the virus name though.
Or another thing is maybe u can have a look at the local security settings to see if anyone meddles the stuff there
GO for XP Pro IMO.
1. Even though it is 32bit only but it is stable as rock at least to me.
2. Most application in the market now are not yet in to the 64bit region yet ( correct me if i'm wrong)
3. Driver/compatability problem? Unless the hardware that you are using is widely...
i got this problem solved.
Refer to the screenshot
Apparently someone else uses his PC and set the security settings ( delete all user and they wont be able to access )
He deleted all the user except himself and that makes it when other user log on to the workstation arent able to...