Chat with Readers Live with Google Talk Chatback Badge !!

Like Meebo Me, Google Talk now allows you to chat with people who may not have signed up for Google Talk or a Google Account.

This is possible through a new Google Talk Chat Badge that bloggers can embed in their web pages to chat live with blog readers and other site visitors.

It really doesn’t matter whether your readers have a Google Talk account or not – they can talk to you through the web page as long as you are signed into your GTalk account.

When they visit your site, they’ll see a badge like the one on the right showing your online status (available, busy, offline) and, if you’re available, they can just click and start chatting. Chatback uses the web-based Google Talk Gadget so your visitors don’t need to download anything. It opens in a new window so they can keep chatting with you even if they browse to other pages.

Of course, chatback isn’t just for blogs. You can use it on any web page that you can add HTML content to. To get started, visit the chatback start page. (This is also linked from the Google Talk homepage.) Then just copy the provided HTML snippet to your web site. Visitors will then see a badge on your site indicating your availability, and can click to start a chat with you. If there’s a time when you don’t want to be distracted, just set your online status to “busy” and visitors won’t be able to chat with you until you change your status back to “available.”

Boot Up Your PC in Style !

Note : I recommend making a copy of you Boot.ini first, just in case you do something wrong and your window is not booting, restart and when your pc is in post(the black screen) press F8 and boot in safe mode, and replace the Boot.ini with your backup of Boot.ini and it should get back to its former state.

All of us are accustomed to seeing the Windows XP logo at system startup
but how about getting a custom message at first before the logo appears?

Heres how to do it. Its easy and simple. Please don’t mess it up until n unless you’re DUMB enough.

Click start,then run.

Type c:\boot.ini

Erase whatever is there and copy and paste this

[boot loader]
timeout=5
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOW S
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS=”Write your message”/fastdetect
C:\=”write your message”

Write whatever you want in between the quotes this will display for 5 seconds before windows starts

*if you have installed windows in any partition other than C: replace the number after the last brackets of

multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)

Use
1 for c:\
2 for d:\ and so on

If you want to create more lines just write

d:\=”……”
e:\=”…..”

After editing the file “Boot.ini” save it and restart the system to see how it goes.

Sample:

[boot loader]
timeout=10
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOW S
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS=”This PC will blow in”/fastdetect
C:\=”10 seconds”
D:\=”Shut it down”
E:\=”Or run for your LIFE”

Try it and next time when friends comes to see your PC I bet they will be astonished.

Chat With Your Blog Readers Live With Google Talk Chatback !

Like Meebo Me, Google Talk now allows you to chat with people who may not have signed up for Google Talk or a Google Account.

This is possible through a new Google Talk Chat Badge that bloggers can embed in their web pages to chat live with blog readers and other site visitors.

It really doesn’t matter whether your readers have a Google Talk account or not – they can talk to you through the web page as long as you are signed into your GTalk account.

When they visit your site, they’ll see a badge like the one on the right showing your online status (available, busy, offline) and, if you’re available, they can just click and start chatting. Chatback uses the web-based Google Talk Gadget so your visitors don’t need to download anything. It opens in a new window so they can keep chatting with you even if they browse to other pages.

Of course, chatback isn’t just for blogs. You can use it on any web page that you can add HTML content to. To get started, visit the chatback start page. (This is also linked from the Google Talk homepage.) Then just copy the provided HTML snippet to your web site. Visitors will then see a badge on your site indicating your availability, and can click to start a chat with you. If there’s a time when you don’t want to be distracted, just set your online status to “busy” and visitors won’t be able to chat with you until you change your status back to “available.”

Troubleshooting Unknown Devices Listed In Device Manager !

Unknown Device Identifier is a small freeware from Huntersoft which Identifies unknown devices not recognized by Windows and search workable drivers on the Internet and  contact hardware manufacturer or vender directly.

It comes handy when you reinstall your system and cannot figure out what all those yellow question mark labeled devices in device manager really are.

Unknown Device Identifier is a very good and powerfull software. It’s easy to use and helpful to those who need to install unknown device drivers in thier system.

Download Unknown Device Identifier

Make Windows Xp Remember Last Open Folders on Next Login !

Remember open folders next time you Login.On other versions of Windows, folders and Explorer windows you had open when you logged off would open again the next time you logged on.

To activate this option in Windows XP:

1.choose Tools, Folder Options in any window,
2.click the View tab, scroll and check click” Restore previous folder windows at logon”,
3. click OK.

Thats All !!!

Make Your Own Tic-Tac-Toe Game With Some LEDs !

All you need is a breadboard, a boxful of LEDs and a couple of cheap microcontrollers.
Bliss. Global Thermonuclear War, presumably, requires a more capable processor.


Trick To See The List Of Deleted Files On Your Computer !

To see the History of Deleted files on your computer follow these simple steps:-

1. Boot into “safe mode command prompt” using F8

2.
Go to Root (C:\) by typing CD\

3.
Now type C:\ del index.dat /s

4.
Press enter

The Deleted Files will appear.

Note:- Here C: is my OS Drive.