Monday, October 26, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
1)Click on Layout Button.
2)Click on Edit HTML.
3) Now, in code given below go at the bottom by scrolling.
4)copy this line
and paste after this line and change Blog1 to Blog2.
click on Save Template.
6) check your blog now you have 2 BLOG POSTS remove older one from the code like we did copy i:e
remove above line
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Just download the UNetbootin software and save it somewhere useful, double-click to run.
I chose to use an already downloaded ISO image of the Ubuntu installation cd, and then chose my USB flash drive, and clicked the OK button.
Saturday, October 10, 2009
I have to make my USB bootable
Make first boot My USB Drive instead of dvd writer or hard disk
This post tells you how to install Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7 from USB.
You just need :
Novicorp WinToFlash 0.4.0013 (2.10MB)
A USB of sufficient size about (1 to 4 GB minimum).
Make Bootable USB by Extracting 'Novicorp WinToFlash 0.4.0013 beta.zip' after downloading.
Click on 'WinToFlash.exe' to start the process.
This software provides two modes of transfer
Press Next on Wizard welcome screen.
Select the Windows source path and Usb drive with browse button and press Next.
A license agreement screen will pop up, just click continue if you accept it.
A warning telling data on USB will be formated will appear.
After completing transfer wizard, press finish. USB is now ready to boot.
Click File->new or click Task tab from main window to select task type.
From drop down menu select type of OS or task and click create.
In 'basic parameters' tab, select Windows source path, USB drive and file system for formatting pen drive. Use default if you are unaware.
In 'setup parameters' tab, you can choose option for unattended installation.
In 'process steps' tab, set option option according to need. e.g. Uncheck 'Format drive' option if you do not want to format pen drive.
Click run to start process.Follow steps 3 to 5 from wizard mode as they are same.
Backup required data from partition where want to install the new OS.
this error shows that my usb is busy in some other procerss.
to Solve thiis Problem use Unlocker.
Unlocker is a freeware which runs on "Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7" and 238KB in size.
It helps to figure out what program is using particular file or drive. Right click on your pen drive and click unlock to see all programs accessing the USB drive. Click unlock all to stop all programs accessing the drive and you can proceed with Novicorp winToflash.
If you see some suspicious programs accessing the drive then your system may be infected with viruses. Scan it with a good anti-virus program with latest updates.
Restart the system. Open BIOS and set 'USB Hard disk' as first boot device.
Boot from USB. Select option 1 for starting setup.
After rebooting select option 2.
After rebooting choose appropriate OS entry from bootloader to boot into new OS.
After entering in OS, remove redundant entries from boot.ini.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Google has big plans for Google Wave, its new online communication service—and they won't all come from Google.
The Web search giant is hoping that software developers far and wide will create tools that work in conjunction with Wave, making an already multifaceted service even more useful. Google (GOOG) is even likely to let programmers sell their applications through an online bazaar akin to Apple's App Store, the online marketplace for games and other applications designed for the iPhone. "We'll almost certainly build a store," Lars Rasmussen, the Google software engineering manager who directs the 60-person team in Sydney, Australia, that created Wave, told BusinessWeek.com. "So many developers have asked us to build a marketplace—and we might do a revenue-sharing arrangement."
Combining instant messaging, e-mail, and real-time collaboration, Wave is an early form of so-called real-time communication designed to make it easier for people to work together or interact socially over the Internet. Google started letting developers tinker with Wave at midyear and then introduced the tool on a trial basis to about 100,000 invited users starting on Sept. 30. Invitations were such a hot commodity that they were being sold on eBay (EBAY). For Google the hope is that Wave, once it's more widely available, will replace competing communications services such as e-mail, instant messaging, and possibly even social networks such as Facebook.
If Wave takes off, applications created by outside developers could make it more useful, and an app store would give those programmers and their financial backers a share in Wave's success. Already, independent software developers have built and tested Wave applications that handle such tasks as teleconferencing, videoconferencing, and multiplayer gaming.
Wave wouldn't be Google's first stab at an app store. Google runs Android Market, which sells third-party software for phones such as the T-Mobile myTouch 3G and shares 70% of those sales with developers, keeping the rest. Android Market offers about 10,000 apps, compared with the more successful Apple (AAPL) App Store, which sells software for the iPhone and iPod touch devices and boasts more than 85,000 apps.
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