How I can Hibernate Windows XP
Hibernate (Hibernation) is a feature of Windows XP operating systems where the contents and programs that were running on the OS keep as it is, while Windows XP goes to the state of inactivity. When your Windows XP hibernates, it stores whatever it has in memory (the contents of RAM) on the hard disk and the shut down. When the computer is restarted it comes out of hibernation and reloads the content of memory which wrote on the hard disk to returns to its previous state.
To use Hibernate feature first of all we need to enable hibernation support on Windows XP. You must be an administrator or a member of the Administrators or Power Users group. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may prevent this procedure.
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Collection of useful command run on Command Prompt
Hello friends!, here i am going to introduce you with command line scripting All credit are dedicate to actual author. Here is a list of commands that you can run from the Run Command prompt (I have tested it on XP): You can run any program from command prompt whose reference is present in you systems32 folder. You must confirm it. Open you System32 folder. its location will be in WINDOWS\system32. Now right mouse click and arrange Icons by > Type and select Show in Groups. You will see Grouped items. And Max of item in Application category will be run directly on command prompt
Go to Start Menu > Run… or Windows+R and type in the command to run
Some of useful run commands are…
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How can I register (install) a .dll on windows?
To register (install) a .dll on windows Microsoft provided a command-line tool ‘Regsvr32.exe’. Regsvr32 registers .dll files as command components in the windows registry.
When you use Regsvr32.exe, it attempts to load the component and call its DLLSelfRegister function. If this attempt is successful, Regsvr32.exe displays a dialog indicating success. To register dll go to start > Run
You can also register a dll by creating a .bat file. Now we see example to register dll ‘RTF_to_HTM.dll’. Open Notepad.exe and put text ‘regsvr32 RTF_to_HTM.dll’ and save it.
File Name – registerDLL.bat
Save as Type – All Files
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