Uninstall USB Drivers on Windows 7

In the time you used your current Windows 7 system you undoubtly have plugged in a lot of different USB devices into your computer, most of them never to be used on it again. You will have notices that for every different device, Windows comes up with a message telling you that it automatically installs ... Read more

Automated Windows 7 Installation with an Autounattend.xml File

There is a possibility to create a Windows 7 installation DVD that runs fully automated without any user interaction - this is done by placing a file called autounattend.xml into the image's root directory. In this file you specify all the keywords that will be read into the fields of the installation process. To create ... Read more

Windows Automated Installation Kit Error: 0xc1420117 on dism Command

Error: 0xc1420117 The directory could not be completely unmounted. This is usually due to applications that still have files opened within the mount directory. Close these files and unmount again to complete the unmount process. This error happens when you use another Dism.exe which is located in C:\Windows\System32. The correct application to use is C:\Program ... Read more

Use Alternate Datastreams to Hide Important Files (Windows, NTFS)

There is a feature in NTFS data system that lets you easily hide your files from nosy people using your computer which is called Alternate Data Streams. What they basically do is to hide files behind others, using them as a "container", but they only are executable if you enter a specific syntax in your ... Read more

How to change the welcome email message text in ISPConfig 3

As of ISPConfig 3.0.4, the text of the welcome email message that is sent to new email accounts is stored in the folder /usr/local/ispconfig/server/conf/mail/. The message has this format: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ From: ISPConfig <postmaster@localhost.localdomain> Subject: Welcome to your new email account. Welcome to your new email account. Your webmaster. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The first line starts with "From: ... Read more