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Tutorial How to build the Ultimate Bootable Custom USB Flash Drive with Multiple ISOs for Windows, Linux, Etc, and PortableApps for Windows Desktop.

If you’re like me at all you probably have more flash drives than you want to carry around, especially when they could all probably fit on one.  After my old 64GB flash drive took a dump I decided to purchase a new 64GB flash drive with USB 3.0 and compatibility for USB 2.0 and USB 1.1.  When I got the new flash drive I was determined to figure out a way to get rid of my bulky CD case and just carry this one drive around with me.  That means getting rid of all my Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 8, Server 2003, Server 2008, Ubuntu 12.04, Linux Mint 13…I think you get the point.  The problem is there’s no real easy way to create a flash drive that can store all of these, and boot into any of your choosing, and still be functional under Windows when using it for troubleshooting or repairing workstations…until now. (more…)

Google’s Transparency, Maps Style Inside Street View of Data Center, and a free Windows 7 Google Data Centers Theme

As we all know Google is just simply amazing. By far the leader in innovation and creation and plays a part in almost everybody’s daily life. I am as excited about Google as I am about Open Source code, and there isn’t any other company in the world that makes me tingle inside with happiness like Google does. Anyways, within the past month or so Google has started to release pictures and give a real insight on their data centers and just transparency in general (which I think EVERY company should take a good hard look at) and that inspired me to create a quick and easy Windows 7 theme with all the Data Center pictures. (more…)

Windows Updates fail on Windows XP SP2 (Error Code 0x8024400A)

So just recently I was working remotely on some client’s workstations and had a bunch of problems with Windows XP updates. Turns out Microsoft made it where Windows XP SP2 is no longer compatible with Windows Update! (more…)

Enable and Unlock The Netgear Telnet Console on Wireless Routers from Windows, Linux, or Mac

If you decide to spend a hundred or even a couple hundred dollars on a wireless router you are normally paying that price for the hardware which means you probably also want to flash custom firmware or just poke around and see what’s on there. Well there are a few Netgear routers that you can get into a telnet session under and below I will explain how to do it.

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