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Right Click on My Computer.
RIGHT click on VTECH
double click on the "Utilities" folder
double click on the "WinskFix" folder
double click setup
run this program.
NOTE: This will only work with Win 98/ME
What can you do about it? You can send a copy of your firewall logs to the ISP. You can also report it on this site: http://www.incidents.org/.
What will that do? Probably nothing.. but *maybe* if enough complaints are generated, the ISP will shut the user down.. most likely not.. but that's about all you can do about this..
Read http://www.incidents.org/ for more information about code red and nimda.
The general idea is to use a protocol other than TCP/IP to do your sharing. For Windows, Microsoft provides two choices: IPX/SPX and NetBEUI. You may prefer NetBEUI, because it doesn't have to be configured, though IPX/SPX may be your choice if you're doing more esoteric networking. If you don't know which to choose, choose NetBEUI.
After loading your alternate protocol, reconfigure TCP/IP so that File & Print Sharing is no longer bound to it. Ensure, however, that File and Print Sharing is bound to your alternate protocol. (For systems using two network interfaces for Internet Connection Sharing, the alternate protocol should be bound to the adapter that is connected to the network segment that your other systems are connected to, not to the one connected to the Cable Modem.)
As for configuration on File & Print Sharing itself, let the Browse Master be chosen automatically, and set "LM Announce" to "Yes". After configuring, you'll be asked to reboot.
Finally, be sure that your system's Computer Name is unique on your network, and that your system's Workgroup is identical to the other systems you'd like to share resources with. (Microsoft's default for this is "workgroup", and that's as good a name as any.) Analogous rules apply if your are running a Microsoft Networking Domain.
When your systems come back up, they should communicate with the Internet via TCP/IP, and communicate with each other via the alternate protocol. Assuming all your computers have been set up to be on the same workgroup, the Network Neighborhood should show all of your systems.
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2. Load the regedit program (from the start menu click run.......type in regedit) and use the Find feature. Do a search through all keys for these two words; "provided by". There are several instances for both IE6 an OE6. When you find these instances, edit them with your preference. For example my browser reads like this: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 provided by Littell's, Inc. "Since 1922"..You'll note that I've edited or included the browser version # in this string. This was simply to remind me which version I am running currently. For example my e-mail reads like this: Outlook Express 6.0 provided by Littell's, Inc. "Since 1922".......There are even more personalization tricks that you can do, such as: Editing and pointing your search bar button to the search engine you like best. Example: My browser search button, when clicked, goes directly to "Dogpile".
SNMP is the Internet standard protocol developed to manage nodes (servers, workstations, routers, switches and hubs etc.) on an IP network. SNMP enables network administrators to manage network performance, find and solve network problems, and plan for network growth.
ISP's usually disable SNMP.
Now, they don't disable it COMPLETELY, they just disable it from the users' end. Whether it's after they upgrade their network in some way, or just disable it because they want to, when they do disable it, you no longer can use DocsDiag with the default parameters.
To get around this, you need to edit docsdiag batch file.
To do this:
Right click on the batch file> Click Edit> Change the parameters to
jview /cp docsdiag.jar docsdiag -community uuu9xzr5
It should work after that! Good luck!
There has been reports that this doesn't work with majority of RCA modems.
dosen't work for me