Saturday, August 19, 2006

You Ask, I Answer ...

First of all, let me apologize to all of you who posted some queries but I couldn't reply immediately. I had upgraded my system to Windows 2003. But I am up and running now.

Someone asked me where are the files on the system that need to be replaced.

All the files should be found under "c:\windows\system32" folder itself.
A plain search will most probably not give you the result. You need to enable the advanced search option to search for system/hidden files within the system/hidden folders.

Quite a few posts asked how to replace the files that are in use. My last post talks about the Unlocker tool to help you with that issue.

For those who didn't succeed in the first place, the "in use" factor seems like the possible cause for the failure.

And remember, "the only stupid question is the one not asked", so please feel free to ask if you have any problems. I am here to help. :-)

Cheers and Enjoy !!!
Supremo Phantom


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dumb question alert...

Ok, I have Win XP SP2 installed (finally) using one of those keygens to get past activation woes. Now, I would like to use Windows Update for the Security Updates and obviously want to avoid the dreaded WGA that I've heard so much about. I have downloaded the cracked versions of the three files I need to replace. What's next? Do I go ahead and let WGA install and then simply replace the files afterwards? All the walkthroughs I've seen seem to not mention the order of doing these steps. Anyway, thanks for the help!

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 11:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! I don't have an account with rapidshare :( Could you please email me the cracked? ( Thanks.

Thursday, August 24, 2006 12:28:00 AM  

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