glitch becomes apparent when Windows uses Gratuitous ARP
to detect possible IP Address conflicts on the network. The D-Link Repeater
has been found to cause false conflict reports and subsequent network
Summary Written 10-18-2007.
Microsoft introduced this useless permission-less "simple" file sharing
protocol in Windows XP. If you want to share files on a network, you'll
probably want to revert back to the standard protocol. Sources: 
Local Copy Saved 11-09-2007.
This procedure allows you to
bypass the manual logon / password entry when starting your Windows XP
computer. Simply choose a user to automatically logon, enter that user's
password, and reboot. Sources: 
Summary Written 11-08-2007.
This procedure removes Windows
XP's Service Pack 2 via the DOS-Mode Recovery Console, which can be launched
from the original bootable Windows Setup CD-ROM. The Process should
work for other service packs and Windows versions, assuming that appropriate
changes are made at the command line when referencing directory names, etc. Sources: 
Summary Written 07-25-2008.
Procedure details steps for
manual removal of the "VirusResponse2009" a.k.a. "VirusResponseLab2009"
malware infection that is currently plaguing many local PC's. Sources: 
Local Copy Saved 10-10-2008.
This procedure details how to
run Microsoft's Windows Picture and Fax Viewer *Manually* via the
command-line interface or for use in customizing the Windows
This has only been tested in MS Windows XP, and isn't likely to work with
Windows versions older than Win2000. Sources: Based on a nearly-functional Procedure found at 
that was corrected for use here on 4-02-2008.