Thursday, June 19, 2008

test ff3

another test

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Monday, January 21, 2008


Hello to all,

I have attempted to blog quite a few times in the past with no success. I dont know if it was because I didnt have anything interesting to write or if I didnt think anyone would want to read what I had to say.

Since starting my new job, which will temporarily remain un-named becasue everyone there has a google news aleart on our company name, I have realized that somethings are better shared on the internet for all to read. So here it is, my attempt to add some sustance to an ever-growing blogger world.

Tool of the day

This find is something too good to keep to myself, a free image mounting tool. You are able to mount anything from ISO to IMG files and the best part is that its totaly free. Brought to you "unofficially" by microsoft here winxpvirtualcd

Here's the readme:

Readme for Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel v2.0.1.1
System Requirements
- Windows XP Home or Windows XP Professional
Installation instructions
1. Copy VCdRom.sys to your %systemroot%\system32\drivers folder.
2. Execute VCdControlTool.exe
3. Click "Driver control"
4. If the "Install Driver" button is available, click it. Navigate to the %systemroot%\system32\drivers folder, select VCdRom.sys, and click Open.
5. Click "Start"
6. Click OK
7. Click "Add Drive" to add a drive to the drive list. Ensure that the drive added is not a local drive. If it is, continue to click "Add Drive" until an unused drive letter is available.
8. Select an unused drive letter from the drive list and click "Mount".
9. Navigate to the image file, select it, and click "OK". UNC naming conventions should not be used, however mapped network drives should be OK.

You may now use the drive letter as if it were a local CD-ROM device. When you are finished you may unmount, stop, and remove the driver from memory using the driver control.