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1  CompTIA / A+ forum / Process tracking on Windows 98? on: June 26, 2004, 09:44:02 AM
System Monitor does not allow you to specify a process for it to track on 9x machines.  :cool:
2  CompTIA / A+ forum / Process tracking on Windows 98? on: June 02, 2004, 06:07:52 AM
Yes I have tried Process Explorer.  It does not meet my needs, as it requires to be installed.

it also shows handles but not memory consumption, and does not really log.  :cool:
3  CompTIA / A+ forum / Process tracking on Windows 98? on: May 31, 2004, 08:43:23 AM
Hi guys and gals, long time no visit....

I need to be able to track memory usage of a process that is running on a 9x machine.

The tool has to be small, so that it does not use much memory, and should not need to be installed on the machine.

It should be able to log its trace of the designated process, so as to ascertain if their is a memory leak or not.

I have tried TaskiNfo, but this is over 1 mb and requires installation.  Its so called logging feature does not work either, so not really useful.

All other tools that I have tried, do not create any log files.  

Any help will be most appreciated.  :cool:
4  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / SQL server exams / SQL Syntax Q on: January 24, 2004, 11:21:46 AM
Our Products use Collections, and I am trying to create a SQL Query that will display the contents of one Collection, but will exclude from this Collection, the contents of another Collection.

The Table in question is: AeXNSCollectionMembership

It has two Columns:
CollectionGuid and WrkstaId

Select * from aexnscollectionmembership where collectionguid = 'blah blah'

This displays the contents of that Collection in GUID and WrkstaId format.

What I need it to do though, is to reference another Collections contents, that will contain some of the other Collections contents as well (WrkstaId's), so that the other Collection does not display them in its results.

Any ideas?    :cool:
5  General discussions / General Discussion / Freudian Challenge on: December 14, 2003, 07:56:23 AM
6  General discussions / General Discussion / What is the best Games Platform? on: December 14, 2003, 07:43:20 AM
I am trying to find out which Games Platform to go with for my Children.  

What do you and your Children use?  :cool:
7  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / I'm So Happy .... I Got A Job !!!! on: August 12, 2003, 03:32:57 AM
Congrats man, it took me two years to get into IT, and proves once again, that perseverance pays out.  :cool:

Whatever opportunities they offer you, take them all by the horns, and ride them well.  Never turn a single one down.  :cool:
8  General discussions / Hardware / Need your Help cloning a Hard drive! on: August 12, 2003, 03:23:11 AM
All of Altiris's Products ship with either a 7 day or 30 day trial license.  You can also request extended ones and ones for large environments.  :cool:
9  General discussions / General Discussion / Invalid System Disk! on: August 12, 2003, 03:17:31 AM
Thanks guys, for all of the advice.  I have purely forgotten aout sys C:, damn.  Will try it though, just in case it may work still.

One of my colleagues has one of these adapter cables, so I will be trying to access the HDD that way as well.

I am investigating the PQ info.

Bypassing scandisk and the reg, is one I will try as well.

PrincessAngry, if I formatted the HDD then my data would be lost, so I could not load the contents into RAM.
10  General discussions / General Discussion / Invalid System Disk! on: August 11, 2003, 04:24:42 PM
I am now receiving the same error message on my 98 laptop.

It was configured to boot from the HDD first, but ever since these messages, it first seeks out the floppy.

I have booted to floppy, and have been able to access and list the root of C:

I have only been able to CD into the Windows directory, but no others.

I cannot list inside this directory.

I have tried FDISK /MBR, but to no avail.

I have finally booted from floppy again, with CD-ROM support, and started the 98 install, to reinstall the OS, but still save the data.

Unfortnately, it runs SCANDISK beforehand, which discovered loads of bad files, and gave an option to fix them.

After fixing them, and then having to reboot because it froze, I found myself in a loop of fixing files and rebooting.

This lasted for about 8hrs, until finally at 71% of the scan, it just hung no matter what I did.

I need the data thats on the HDD (no back up I'm afraid (other story = wife)).

Is there any way of getting access to the data, or is it lost forever?

Are there any file recovery programs that run in DOS?  Sad
11  General discussions / General Discussion / Site overview info required on: August 11, 2003, 03:50:53 PM
Cheers guys.  SOP's yes, but I wish to look prepared before being prepped by management.

I am a SE and not a Consultant, so tis is my first visit outdie of the cellar.  ;-)

12  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / Fataly Broke on: August 10, 2003, 01:22:08 PM
It took me 2 years to become employed in the IT industry (12 years military, 3 months UB40, 13 months factory, 6 months UB40 again).

I have been a Support Engineer for 10 months now, and have experienced several new positions.  

I started with ΤιΌ30,000+ and am now on ΤιΌ40,000+, and thats all in just ten months.

We infact, my last pay rise was in April, so it took me less.

There are opportunities out there, you just have to be willing to take them.  I am having to be seperated from my family for tw weeks at a time, because I work 4 hrs away from them.

As long as you are willing to sacrifice certain things in life, and show that you are determined and have ambition, you will be found.  :cool:
13  General discussions / General Discussion / Site overview info required on: August 10, 2003, 05:21:14 AM
Hi guys and gals,

I am going on site at the end of the month (first time for me), so that I can become more aware of the customers global environment.

I must stress that I am not their Network Administrator, so do not require indepth detils of each site.

What I do need, however, is a good overview so that I can see how they have implemented our Products into their environment.

My thoughts are:

1.  Basic Visio diagram of each site, displaying where our Products are in relation to each area, basic Domain structure, and LAN/MAN topology.

2.  Basic Visio diagram of their complete global network, displaying connection points and WAN topology.

Do you think this will be too basic, or do you think that some other pieces of info maybe useful?  :cool:
14  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / Programmers beware of the new offshore resources!!! on: August 10, 2003, 05:12:16 AM
Check this out Dudes and Dudettes.  :cool:
15  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / Salaries Up !!! on: August 10, 2003, 05:10:59 AM
Knock a third off, and you may be reading it right then.  :cool:
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