- Open Latest VLC Player, If you don’t have the player, Download from here.
- go to Media > Open Network Stream
- Enter the URL into the empty Box, mms://18.104.22.168/musicbox
- Click Play
chkdsk is a command that checks the disk surface for physical errors. To disable to chkdsk, you must run the Registry Editor (regedt32.exe)
In the Run tab type: regedit
In the Latest Facebook interface change, they have changed the facebook chat section also, The new Facebook chat layout makes it quite hard to identify online and offline contacts. So we can use this simple application to simplify our day to day work in the facebook.
To begin, launch fTalk and login with your Facebook account details. You will be redirected to the authorization page via your default browser. fTalk has a minimalist interface and is fast, faster than other desktop clients we have seen.
Note : Windows 7 Ultimate and even logged on as an administrator, there is no such checkbox on the User Accounts window.
Researching this, I found that whether or not that checkbox shows will depend on the setting of the value of the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\AutoAdminLogon value in the registry. Mine was set to 0 so it did not show. I set it to 1, and now it shows.
This free app keeps a log of all files that have been deleted. The monitoring can be filtered by file extension. The software logs the date/time, the process filename which is responsible for deleting the file and the filename of the deleted file with its file size. By default, it only monitors extensions of exe, dll or pdf but you can add additional extensions under menu of monitoring > file extensions.
Deletion Extension Monitor works on 32-bit Windows.
Link : Download
There are three basic types of errors: syntax errors, semantic errors, and logic errors.
Structured Error Processing
Structured exception handling tries to isolate the code that handles the errors from the main program flow. Further, structured exception handling attempts to do this in an organized fashion, using the following syntax structure:
Try… Catch… Finally Statement
Try TryStatementBlock Catch [parameter] CatchStatementBlock [Finally] FinallyStatementBlock End Try
Try btnError.Text = lbStates.SelectedItem.ToString Catch oEX As System.NullReferenceException Call MsgBox("Please select an item first") Catch oEX As Exception Call MsgBox("Some other error: " & oEX.Message) End Try
Note that the Loop Until evaluates the test expression at the bottom of the loop. Therefore, Loop Until always executes the loop’s statement block at least once. Just like the Until loop, Loop Until continues to execute the loop’s statement block until Expression becomes logic True.
Do DoWhileStatementBlock Loop Until <Expression>
Do lstDisplay.Items.Add(x) x = x + 1 Loop Until x > 5
Sample : Download