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Regmakers 101:

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Hardeware / Sagteware of Gebruiker?

01. Rugsteun eerste.

02. Kyk wat is laaste ge-installeer.

03. WindowsUpdate / Service Pack.

04. System Restore ("Timetravel").

05. A-Virus Update / Full Scan (maak seker net een A-Virus program gebruik).

06. Toestand van HDD en Spasie vry.

07. Rights? Toets met Admin regte.

08. Registry(Gebruik met Oordeel).

09. Profiel van gebruiker?

10. Browser disable addons en vee ook alle Cache en tydelike inligting uit plus verfris met elke laai...

11. Bonus: Task Manager(MsConfig), Eventviewer en DeviceManager is jou Tjommas!

KISS - Keep it simple stupid(Moenie regmaak wat nie stukkend is nie).

Herhaal die probleem, Sonder die probleem af en maak dan reg of "workaround".


Netwerk: DNS, DHCP en Gateway:

01. IPConfig

02. Netstat / NBTStat

03. Tracert

04. Ping

05. Netsh Winsock


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Live CD's

Hiren's BootCD

UBCD

SystemRescue

Austrumi

NT Password

Knoppix

PC Tools

VBA32

Falcon4

HitManPro

BitDefender

Norton

TrendMicro

AVG

Kaspersky

Panda

F_Secure

Comodo

Sophos

Anvira

Anvi

drWeb

ClamAV

ClamAV-Linux

ClamAV-Win

TestDisk


Unetbootin

Rufus

LiLi

Windows USB/DVD Download Tool

Fat32 Format


When should I use Windows Defender Offline?

Run Windows Defender Offline if:

Windows Defender Security Center detects rootkits or other highly persistent malware on your PC and alerts you to use Windows Defender Offline. You might see a message saying that malware was found on your device, or a message in Windows Defender Security Center notifying you that additional cleaning is required. You suspect your PC has malware that might be hiding on your PC, but your security software doesn’t detect anything. In this case, you can start a Windows Defender Offline scan from Windows Security settings. Here's how:

Select the Start button, then select Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection . On the Virus & threat protection screen, under Threat history, select Run a new advanced scan. On the Advanced scans screen, select Windows Defender Offline scan, and then select Scan now.

“The drive where Windows is installed is locked”

Fix #1: BootRec
Type this command:
bootrec /FixMbr
bootrec /FixBoot
bootrec /ScanOs
bootrec /RebuildBcd


Fix #2: DiskPart
diskpart
sel disk 0
list vol
Check the volume listed by Command Prompt with FAT32 at the Fs column.
Once you identified the volume, type this command:
sel vol 2
Replace 2 with the volume’s number.
You need to assign a new letter to this partition.
The letter must be unique, e.g. it can’t be c:
assign letter x:
Replace x: from the command above with a unique letter for this partition.
Wait for the confirmation message from the diskpart utility to appear
DiskPart successfully assigned the drive letter or mount point.
Then type: exit
cd /d x:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot
Make sure to replace x: with the letter you’ve assigned earlier.
bootrec /fixboot
ren BCD BCD.Backup
bcdboot c:\Windows /l en-us /s x: /f ALL
Make sure to replace x: with the letter you’ve assigned earlier. Then type: exit

Fix #3: Refresh the PC
Refresh acts as a reinstall of your Windows 8 without affecting your personal files.
This might fix the “The drive where Windows is installed is locked” error.
Click Repair your computer
Click Troubleshoot and then click Refresh your PC
Follow the wizard instructions to complete the process