EMULE: ==server lists --download file
the best servers:
saugstube+eDonkley server1,eDonkley server2

Offline or invisible??????????????????????????--yahoo messenger [nero help]


VirtualWiFi 1.0

download helper 3.1/latest version ---- firefox addon youtube vids download

Best firewalls:
comodo firewall pro
ZoneAlarm Free Firewall
Kaspersky Internet Security

Best spware programs:
Lavasoft's ad-aware
Spybot search & destroy

in cmd type "tracert<space>" to find route & ip of the site

hamachi--LAN emulation

online kaspersky scan:
KASPERSKY online scanner download:::

-----:::::::::::::::DC++ links::::::::::::::::-----
DC++ Homepage
GeoIP database
DC++ discussion forum
Request a feature

avast antivirus 4.8 pro

pcsx2 -ps2 emulator

* X-Setup Pro v9.0 32-bit is THE ultimate Windows
95/98/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003/Vista power tool: BEST and most comprehensive system
tweaker and registry "hacker". Tunes 1900+ undocumented + hidden settings:
GUI, System, Hardware, Software, Personal, DOS, Boot, Disk, Cache, DMA/UDMA,
DirectX, CD/DVD, Explorer, TCP/IP, Internet, Modem, Network, Server, Security,
MS IE, MS OE, Mozilla, Netscape, Opera, MS Office, IM, ICQ, Games, chipset
specific 2D/3D Video (3dfx, NVidia, Matrox + ATI) and much more... strongly
recommended for all power users, gamers, system administrators and anyone
aiming to obtain MAXimum computing performance, customization, stability,
compatibility and speed:
Direct download [4.25 MB, 30 days trial shareware]:
Older X-Setup Pro v6.6 [4.54 MB, freeware for personal use]:
X-Setup Pro Software Developer Kit (XSDK) includes X-Setup Pro Plugin
Converter (freeware):
Additional X-Setup Plug-Ins:
Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME require:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 5/6:
- Microsoft Scripting Engines (MSE) 5.6::
- Microsoft Distributed Component Objectt Model (DCOM) 1.3 Internet
Interoperability APIs for Windows 95 (DCOM95) or 98 (DCOM98):

desi mp3 releases for plugins for ::Windows Resource Kits and Documentation file(around:25MB).

RockXP 3.0

RockXP 3.0 allows you to :
- To retrieve and change your XP Key
> - To retrieve all Mcft Products keys
> - To save your XP activation file
- To retrieve your lost XP system passwoords :-)
- To retrieve your lost RAS (Remote Acceess Settings) passwords :-)
- And to generate new passwords :-)

you cannot add,run,process,operate files larger than 4GB in FAT32

********run:LegitCheckControl[368KB] & Windows Genuine Validation bypass[495KB]
(sfx archives) for validation bypass[windows xp].

type regsvr32 in (1)help & support center (2)run dialog box


Courtesy of Andrew Bourdon.
This Registry hack applies to all Windows 2000, XP and 2003 releases.

"When you connect to a web site, your computer is sent DNS -> IP resolver data
from your DNS (Domain Naming System) server. This data is stored in a local
data cache on your machine so that when you go to a web site more than once,
your machine doesn't have to ask for that location every time. Although
Windows has a pretty efficient DNS cache, you may want to increase overall
performance by increasing its size. To do this, run Regedit and go to:
In the right hand pane create (if not present) or modify (if present) these
DWORD [REG_DWORD] values (no quotes): "CacheHashTableBucketSize",
"CacheHashTableSize", "MaxCacheEntryTtlLimit", "MaxSOACacheEntryTtlLimit",
"NegativeCacheTime", "NetFailureCacheTime" and "NegativeSOACacheTime".
The Decimal values that seem to work well are (consecutively): 40 (default: 10
; range: 0 - 50), 307 (default: 211 ; range: use ONLY prime numbers except
0!), 43200 (default: 86400 seconds = 24 hours ; range: 0 - 4294967295), 90
(default: 120 seconds = 2 minutes ; range: 0 - 4294967295), 0 (default: 300
seconds = 5 minutes ; range: 0 - 4294967295), 0 (default: 30 seconds ; range:
0 - 4294967295) and 0 (default: 120 seconds = 2 minutes ; range: 0 -
There are other parameters within this key, but unless you fully understand
how the TCP/IP and DNS systems function, you should leave them unchanged."
More info @ MS TechNet:

When you connect to a web site your computer sends information back and forth,
this is obvious. Some of this information deals with resolving the site name
to an IP address, the stuff that TCP/IP really deals with, not words. This is
DNS (Domain Naming System) information and is used so that you will not need
to ask for the site location each and every time you visit that site. Although
Windows 2000/XP/2003 have a pretty efficient DNS cache, you can increase
overall performance by increasing its size.
All you need is the Registry entries below:

-----Begin cut & paste here-----


------End cut & paste here------
Copy & paste this text in Notepad and save it as DNSCACHE.REG. Then merge it
into your Registry by (double)-clicking on it.

* Game XP v1.5.3.20 32-bit for Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/2003 tweaks tons of
hidden system, Registry, 3D, video, audio etc settings, highly customizable:
Direct download [436 KB, freeware]:

* TweakDB v3.0 Beta 1 32-bit for Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003 tweaks hidden
settings: cache, swap file, memory, tasks, hardware, menu animation, security,
alpha blending, 3dfx, ATI, NVidia, Kyro + Savage video options etc:
Direct download [2.87 MB, freeware]:

* FileCompress v2.0 Beta 32-bit for Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003 UHARC.EXE
front end GUI compression/decompression tool + integrated Windows Explorer
shell extension supports UHA format with higher compression ratio than
ACE/CAB/RAR, highly customizable:
Direct download [2.58 MB, freeware, right-click to save!]:

* CabPack v1.4 32-bit compression/decompression tool for Windows
9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003 supports Microsoft CABinet (CAB) format, capable of
achieving MAXimum possible compression ratio (using LZX), unattainable even
by ACE/RAR formats (freeware, English):
Direct download [436 KB]:
CabPack v1.4a EXE Upgrade [274 KB]:

* Best System Tweaking Tool: X-Setup Pro v6.6: 1600+ System tweaks + Registry
Hacks for Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003 + related apps [4.54 MB, freeware
for personal use]:
further below:

* Universal Tweaker v0.4 32-bit for Windows 2000/XP/2003 tweaks hidden memory,
file system + Internet connection settings, cleans up temporary + prefetch
Direct download [418 KB, freeware]:

* Win2003 Optimize Tool v1.44 32-bit for Windows XP/2003 tweaks hidden system
+ Registry settings: Shutdown event tracker, Shutdown without logon, Change
logon wallpaper, Disable Ctrl+Alt+Del at logon, Logon skins, Blank network
password, Delete Recycle Bin from desktop, Disable low disk space warning,
Disable autoplay, Disable activation reminder, Disable error reporting etc:
Direct download [363 KB, freeware]:

* System ANalyser, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant (SANDRA) 32-bit for
Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/2003 detects and benchmarks: OS, CPU, BIOS, RAM, Disks,
I/O, PnP, Ports, USB, FireWire, PCI, AGP, 2D/3D Video, DirectX, OpenGL,
Communications, Networks etc, highly customizable (crippled freeware):
- SANDRA 2007 Lite Unicode for Windows 22000/XP/2003 [10.3 MB]:
- SANDRA 2004 Standard SP2b ANSI for Winndows 98/ME [7.22 MB]:

* CPU-Z v1.42 32-bit for Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003/Vista detects/displays
detailed Intel + AMD 32 + 64 bit CPUs, frequency, overclocking, cache, BIOS,
chipset, memory, PCI, PCIx + AGP info:
Direct download [507 KB, freeware]:

* SciTech Display Doctor (SDD) 32-bit protected mode DOS TSR Universal VESA
BIOS Extensions (VBE) 2.0/3.0 video accelerated driver (UNIVBE.EXE) +
calibration tools for MS-DOS 5/6/7/8 + Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP add linear
frame buffer (LFB), high speed bank switching, page flipping, hardware
scrolling and 2D hardware acceleration support for most video cards without
VESA hardware standard built-in, in ANY text and graphics (S)VGA/XVGA modes +
ANY number of colors, to accelerate ALL DOS/Windows graphics intensive
apps/games noticeably (unsupported freeware):
- SDD v6.53 for Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XXP + MS-DOS 5/6/7/8 [2.76 MB]:
- SDD v6.53 for MS-DOS 5/6/7/8 [971 KB]::
- SDD v6.7 for MS-DOS 5/6/7/8 [516 KB]:<
- SDD software Free Registration codes:<
UNIVBE.EXE takes 23 KB of DOS RAM, but does NOT fit in upper memory if
EMM386.EXE loads with expanded memory enabled (RAM switch). Add the NOEMS
switch to the EMM386.EXE line in CONFIG.SYS, or use UMBPCI.SYS (further
above), to load UNIVBE in UMA.
DOS accelerated games + applications using VESA 2.0 standard:
- 3D Realms Duke Nukem 3D
- Access Under a Killing Moon
- Acclaim Constructor
- AutoDesk Animator
- Blizzard WarCraft II
- Bullfrog Magic Carpet 2
- Cryo: Dreams to Reality + Megarace II<
- Hercules Total Mayhem
- id Quake
- Legend Mission Critical
- Lucas Arts: Rebel Assault II The Hiddeen Empire + TIE Fighter
- Midway Mortal Kombat Trilogy
- Metropolis Katharsis
- Perfect Discworld II
- Sierra Phantasmagoria
- Spectrum HoloByte: Star Trek Next Geneeration A Final Unity + Falcon 3
- Trilobyte The 11th Hour
- Virgin Hyper 3D Pinball Tilt!
NOT needed by newer video adapters WITH built-in VESA 2.0/3.0 support!
Fake UNIVBE driver for newer video adapters with built-in VESA 2.0/3.0
Direct download [4 KB, freeware]:

* Free VBE/AF v1.2 32-bit protected mode TSR universal VESA BIOS Extensions
(VBE) 2.0/3.0 video accelerated driver (VBEAF.DRV) for Windows
9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP adds linear frame buffer (LFB), high speed bank switching,
page flipping, hardware scrolling and 2D hardware acceleration support for
most video cards without VESA hardware standard built-in, in ANY text and
graphics (S)VGA/XVGA modes + ANY number of colors, to accelerate ALL
DOS/Windows graphics intensive apps/games noticeably:
Direct download [246 KB, free open source]:
NOT needed by newer video adapters WITH built-in VESA 2.0/3.0 support!

* PCI Latency Tool v3.0 32-bit + 64-bit for Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003
tweaks AGP + PCI hardware devices latency clocks from default 248 (slow) to
recommended 64 (fast) or even less, customizable, extremely useful for
Direct download [78 KB, freeware]:
PCI ID Database Update [342 KB, right-click to save!]:

******* TweakBIOS v1.53b 16-bit ultimate BIOS, CPU, chipset + video configuration
tool for MS-DOS 5/6/7/8 + Windows 3.1x/95/98/ME [freeware + $20 registered
Direct download [158 KB, freeware version]:
Works with ALL X86 AMD, Intel + Cyrix CPUs and (but not restricted to) these:
Motherboard chipsets:
- Intel: 430xX, 440xX, 450xX, 810, 820 ++ 840
- VIA: VP-1, VP-2, VP-3, MVP-3 + Apollo Pro
- AMD: AMD-640 + AMD-750
- SiS: 551x, 557x, 558x, 559x, 85C50x, 4496, 530, 540, 560, 600 + 620
- OPTi Viper + Vendetta
- ALi Aladdin II, III, IV + V
- UMC 881
- ITE 8330G
Video chipsets:
- Tseng Labs ET6000
- Matrox Mystique
- Intel i740
A MUST for all PC performance tweakers, no matter what type of motherboard,
CPU or BIOS you might have. Fine tunes without need for reboot tons of hidden
settings not available in BIOS Setup.

* Fastest DOS PCI/AGP Video Accelerator: FastVid v1.10 for Pentium

* Windows 2000/XP High Performance TCP/IP Package (HPTP) v1.13 includes
Registry + non-Registry settings and documentation for optimizing internet
browsing and online gaming performance [13 KB, free GPL]:


Proxies (for those who are not familiar with the term) are Internet servers
which retrieve and often cache internet data for clients. Connecting to a good
proxy provides 2 main benefits:
1. Privacy ["Anonymous"]: proxies are designed to conceal information about
their clients when connecting to web sites, protecting user's privacy on the
2. Speed ["Caching"]: a proxy server caches data from client requests.
Frequently accessed content can be retrieved quickly, often much faster than
if you would connect to the site directly.
Proxy resources on the Internet:


Ever wonder where your file extensions went? Working with files when you
cannot tell what the file extension is can be a huge pain in the butt.
Thankfully, MS has made it possible for all file extensions to be shown.
In any folder that contains files, click on the Tools menu and select Folder
Options. Then click on the View tab. Locate the Hide extensions of known file
types box and uncheck it. Click OK.

Below are some Windows XP memory tweaks located in the Registry at:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management

- LargeSystemCache = When enabled (the ddefault on Server versions of Windows
2000), this setting tells the OS to devote all but 4 MB of system memory
(which is left for disk caching) to the file system cache. The main effect of
this is allowing the computer to cache the OS Kernel to memory, making the OS
more responsive. The setting is dynamic and if more than 4 MB is needed from
the disk cache for some reason, the space will be released to it. By default,
8 MB is earmarked for this purpose. This tweak usually makes the OS more
responsive. It is a dynamic setting, and the kernel will give up any space
deemed necessary for another application (at a performance hit when such
changes are needed). As with the previous key, change the value from 0 to 1 to
enable it. Note that by doing this, you are consuming more of your system RAM
than normal. While LargeSystemCache will cut back usage when other apps need
more RAM, this process can impede performance in certain intensive situations.
According to Microsoft, the 0 setting is recommended for servers running
applications that do their own memory caching, such as Microsoft SQL Server,
and for applications that perform best with large amounts of memory, such as
Internet Information Services.

- IOPageLockLimit = This tweak is of queestionable value to people that aren't
running some kind of server off of their computers, but I will include it
anyway. Boosts the Input/Output performance of your computer when it is
processing large amounts of file transfers and other similar operations.
This won't do much for a system without a significant amount of RAM (don't
even bother if you don't have more than 128 MB), but systems with more than
128 MB of RAM will generally see a performance boost by setting this to
between 8 and 16 MB. The default is 0.5 MB (512 KB). This setting requires a
value in Bytes, so multiply the desired number of MegaBytes * 1024 * 1024.
That's X * 1048576 (where X is the number in MegaBytes). Test several settings
and keep the one which seems to work best for your system.


For some reason, Hibernate may not be available from the default Shut Down
dialog. But you can enable it by holding down the SHIFT key while the dialog
is visible. Now you see it, now you don't!


If you have to reinstall Windows XP you will normally have to reactivate it
again... NOT! :) Just backup the WPA.DBL file after you activated the first
time. It is located in the System32 subfolder. Now if you reinstall Windows XP
copy WPA.DBL back and you're all set.
Here's how to check see if your copy of XP is activated.
Type in the Run... box:
%windir%\system32\oobe\msoobe /a
and hit OK.

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