If you are using test machines you may want to send error reports to Microsoft to come up with solutions for your problems, but on some machines you may want to disable those reports. Read on
While the library feature of Windows 7 is easy to understand, the error codes of the blue screens (that rarely appear in Windows 7) are much harder to understand, especially if you don’t have a list of error codes explaining them.
Did you receive the error message “This theme can’t be applied to the desktop!” after applying an unsigned 3rd-party theme? If you did, read this tutorial and learn how to fix it and how to install Windows 7 themes properly.
Who doesn’t know it: the ping feature!
Of course you can still execute any of the good old commands via the command line tool (cmd.exe):
ping, hostname, ipcondig, nslookup, net, netstat, netsh, pathping, nbtstat, route, tracert, getmac
If you are annoyed of some error messages or if you want to fix a problem related to error reporting, you will need to know how to disable error reporting in Windows 7. This is a short guide that will tell you how to do it.
Some people might have problem to edit their hosts file on Windows 7. A very common problem is that the error message “access denied” pops up. To solve this little problem, here’s a brief instruction how to take ownership of that file and edit it.
Should you run into this error after burning and booting your Windows7.iso try to stay calm. There are only a few reasons why this is happening.
First of all, you should verify that your SATA cables are all properly connected. If that doesn’t help, try this…