Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Unable to explore drives due to autorun.inf (Solved)

What the hell it is, i am working and my PC is infected from a virus/trojan. It is making me crazy, i am not able to explore my devices, atleast by the way i used to open my drive. Fortunately Google my friend works for me, a little research lead to the solution of my problem.

1- go to run then write " regedit" that is registry

2- Do search by " ctrl+f"

3- in this box write "mountpoints2" and delete it ......

4- Go to step from 2 until every entry is deleted,

U r Done

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Resolved .chm files were unable to open

Problem: I am unable to open .chm file, no error upon opening, just showing waiting signal from curosor shape but file never open. Doing a little search on google resove my issue.

Background: Microsoft Compiled HTML Help is a proprietary format for online help files, developed by Microsoft and first released in 1997. CHM format is optimized for reading, as files are heavily indexed. All files are compressed together with LZX compression.

On Windows, a CHM file can be extracted to plain HTML with the command:

hh.exe -decompile extracted filename.chm

Some users are unable to open these help files. They may experience this in one of two different ways:
  1. Search for the file hhctrl.ocx. This file should be in the C:\Windows\System32 or C:\Windows\System directory.

  2. Go to the Windows Start menu and select run. Then type the command:
    regsvr32 &ltdirectory>

    Where &ltdirectory> is the location where hhctrl.ocx is installed. This step will register the DLL with the ActiveX server.

    For instance:

    regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\hhctrl.ocx

Once these steps have been completed, the user should be able to open the help files.