Serdar Yegulalp wrote for Windows Magazine from 1994 through 2001, covering a wide range of technology topics. He now plies his expertise in Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP as publisher of The Windows 2000 Power Users Newsletter and writes technology columns for TechTarget.
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Contributions from Serdar Yegulalp, WinIT
- How can I partition my HD in XP?
- Where I find my lost DLL files?
- Is 128 M bytes enough to run Oracle 7?
- How do I resolve a conflict between TCP/IP and IPX?
- Why can't our Windows 2000 machines maintain an AS/400 connection?
- Why is WindowsXP taking so long to boot?
- What are the basics of installing a local area network?
- Why is it taking so long for my computer to find the network?
- Why can I only print on the left side of the page?
- How can I allow users to access the C: drive in order to scan?
- How can I reset my drive letter to "C:" on windows XP?
- Why can't I map a drive from my Windows 98 box to my XP box?
- Do you know a method to rescue my info in encrypted folders?
- Why do I lose my keyboard when I reboot Windows XP Pro?
- Why won't my XP client allow any accounts to access shared folders?
- Why does my printer take forever to print?
- Why doesn't Scandisk work?
- Why on Windows XP reboot does the resolution always comes up 8x?
- Is there a way in Windows 2000 or XP to turn off the Profile for users who want the same Profile reg
- How do I create an MS-DOS boot partition with HPFS or NTFS?