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The best way to avoid system crash 80% reliable

Postby nypk on Sun Feb 23, 2003 5:12 pm

The best way to avoid system crash 80% reliable!!!
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The link below is Just for testing!! It may crash Ur system!!Don't click if U are not sure
DON'TClick
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Postby dhc014 on Sun Feb 23, 2003 5:35 pm

STOP!
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All that page does is create an endless loop of opening a new window.
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javascript:n=1;do{window.open('')}while(n==1)

It will surely crash your browser unless you catch it with ctrl+alt+del. I don't appreciate you posting that at all.

Similar to what was posted here recently.
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Here's the real trick!!!

Postby nypk on Sun Feb 23, 2003 6:48 pm

There is a small Digital Audio Extraction tool for Windows 95 & 98 available for download on the net called cdfs.vxd or Alternate CDFS (abbreviated alt. cdfs in this article). It's basically a modified version of the file that Windows uses to view the files on a CD. The modified or alternate cdfs.vxd (as it's called) allows Windows to view tracks on a CD as if they were standard wav files.It also so sort of boosting up ur cd reading speed You can download the file here
backup ur Cdfs.vxd file in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\IOSUBSYS\ and extract this file to replace the file. Then restart. Now u can enjoy directly extracting wav file from cd. run regedit dir:[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\FileSystem\CDFS]
keyword:"Prefetch"=dword:000000e4(default)
optimise Ur cd-cach reading speed can speed up ur cd-run performance
caution:Use it at ur own risk ,No warranty or anykind. chose ur setting best fit ur drive
4x:000000e4(default)
8x:000001c0
16x:00000380
24x:00000540
32x:00000700
36x:00000750
40x:00000800
48X&above:00000800
U can copy the hex dword then change the setting.
Most of system crash are causing of vxd errors. If we can fix the vxd file,it'll reduce the 30% chance of system crash.
Download this here insert ur windows setup cd into ur cd-rom and run this file It'll automaticly copy the vxd file and fix the errors.
Again Use it at ur own risk.No warranty or anykind.
It's also time consuming If U guys don't appreciate, I delete it!!
This One seems working perfectly for me!!!
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How to stop your system Crashing 100% of the time.

Postby BatGnat on Sun Feb 23, 2003 7:08 pm

How to stop your system Crashing 100% of the time.

Dont turn it on!
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Re: Here's the real trick!!!

Postby BuddhaTB on Sun Feb 23, 2003 7:59 pm

nypk, Please stop posting pointless content in the forums. It is really not needed and it just clutters up the forum. These post have nothing to do with CD-RW drives or media.

Ian, lock this thread.
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Sorry about that again!!!

Postby nypk on Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:53 am

Maybe this post can be redirected to deargarden.
I apologize again!!!If it didn't amuse U!!!
Sorry for wasting Ur guys time~~ :-? :-?
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Postby nypk on Mon Feb 24, 2003 3:06 pm

nypk, Please stop posting pointless content in the forums

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Do u think Modifying the registry and adjust system caches to boost cd speed is pointless content? So whatelse tricks u guys expect??It's also time consuming for me. If U guys don't appreciate, I delete it!!
But for the ctrl-alt-del one, I apologize for troubles that bringing to u!!
buddha* plz don't be so crucial and specific to me!!!
:) :) :)
To emphasis again, At lease I'm not a leech who just copy the site content and post without even mention about the author and some guy just stealin info from this site and didn't make any contributions(less posts/no post).
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Postby BuddhaTB on Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:53 pm

nypk wrote:buddha* plz don't be so crucial and specific to me!!!

Trust me, I'm not the only one here your annoying.
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Postby dhc014 on Mon Feb 24, 2003 8:24 pm

nypk, remember that this is a CD-RW forum. There are other places to post information not relating to CD-RW drives, media, or firmware...
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Postby nypk on Mon Feb 24, 2003 8:27 pm

Ok, Thank you dhc014.
I Got U :wink:
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