How to Change Your Ip In Less Then 1 Minute

1. Click on “Start” in the bottom left hand corner of screen
2. Click on “Run”
3. Type in “command” and hit ok
You should now be at an MS-DOS prompt screen.

4. Type “ipconfig /release” just like that, and hit “enter”
5. Type “exit” and leave the prompt
6. Right-click on “Network Places” or “My Network Places” on your desktop.
7. Click on “properties”
You should now be on a screen with something titled “Local Area Connection”, or something close to that, and, if you have a network hooked up, all of your other networks.8. Right click on “Local Area Connection” and click “properties”
9. Double-click on the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” from the list under the “General” tab
10. Click on “Use the following IP address” under the “General” tab
11. Create an IP address (It doesn’t matter what it is. I just type 1 and 2 until i fill the area up).
12. Press “Tab” and it should automatically fill in the “Subnet Mask” section with default numbers.
13. Hit the “Ok” button here
14. Hit the “Ok” button again
You should now be back to the “Local Area Connection” screen.
15. Right-click back on “Local Area Connection” and go to properties again.
16. Go back to the “TCP/IP” settings
17. This time, select “Obtain an IP address automatically”
18. Hit “Ok”
19. Hit “Ok” again
20. You now have a new IP address

With a little practice, you can easily get this process down to 15 seconds.

NOTE
This only changes your dynamic IP address, not your ISP/IP address. If you plan on hacking a website with this trick be extremely careful, because if they try a little, they can trace it back

Command Prompt on Right-Click

Many computer users, specially the programmers, need to launch a command prompt window every once in a while to execute some dos/shell commands. The problem is, when a command prompt window launched, the default path is normally the system path or the user profile’s path. The users will then have to do all the “cd” commands to change the directories to the path he/she wants.

This trick shows you how to add an option called “Command Prompt” when you right-click on a folder in Windows. With this option, a Command Prompt Window will launch and its current directory will be the path to the folder you’ve selected.

Use this trick at your own risk.

Here’s what you’ll get:

The Solution
You can either edit your registry OR download the registry file and apply it on your computer.

Method I. Manually edit the registry:

  • Start > Run
  • Enter “regedit” and hit Enter
  • Expand to “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesFoldershell”
  • Right-click on “shell” and select New > Key
  • Make sure a new key is created under “shell”. Change the name of this key to “Command Prompt”
  • Right-click on this new key “Command Prompt” and select New > Key
  • Change the name of this key to “command”
  • Here’s what we should have:
  • Double-click on the “(Default)” text on the right window to bring up the edit box
  • Enter this text into the Value Data field:
  • cmd.exe “%1”
  • Click OK and close the registry.
Method II. Download and apply the registry file:
  • Download this registry file Here
  • Unzip it to a temp folder, then double-click on the .reg file to add the registry data.

Best Alternative of CMD(In Every Way)

Many times when virus is there in your computer then the CMD will get blocked and this become the worst problem for us.And without command prompt it is very hard to hack the networking system or the same PC. So now I am there with an alternative of CMD.

There are several tweaks and hacks to enable command prompt, but it is so much hard & tricky.
Take a look at the screenshot. It all like Command Prompt even also in features.Even all the wild cards that can be used in DOS(Disk Operating System).
 
Greg’s Dos Shell(Alternative of CMD) is an tweaking shell, with improved editing features, command history, and support for Aero Glass too.
 
Download it from here:

  Download : Greg’s DOS Shell

 

How To Delete an “UnDeletable” File

Hello Friends, this Tutorial is for all those who want to delete some files but they cannot delete them due to some reasons. Well this is a Full Proof way of deleting any Damn File. After Deleting the File in this way there won’t be any trace of that File on your computer.


Beware : Make sure that the file you are Deleting is not a System File.
Method  one

Open a Command Prompt window and leave it open.

 
Close all open programs.
 
Click Start, Run and enter TASKMGR.EXE
 
Go to the Processes tab and End Process on Explorer.exe.
 
Leave Task Manager open.
 
Go back to the Command Prompt window and change to the directory the AVI (or other undeletable file) is located in.
 
At the command prompt type DEL where is the file you wish to delete.
 
Go back to Task Manager, click File, New Task and enter EXPLORER.EXE to restart the GUI shell.
 
Close Task Manager.


Or
 
you can try this

Open Notepad.exe
 
Click File>Save As..>
 
Locate the folder where your undeletable file is
 
Choose ‘All files’ from the file type box
 
Click once on the file u wanna delete so its name appears in the ‘filename’ box
 
Put a ” at the start and end of the filename (the filename should have the extension of the undeletable file so it will overwrite it)
 
Click save,
 
It should ask u to overwrite the existing file, choose yes and u can delete it as normal

Here’s a manual way of doing it. I’ll take this off once you put into your first post zain.

Start Run Type: command
 
To move into a directory type: cd c:*** (The stars stand for your folder)
 
If you cannot access the folder because it has spaces for example Program 

Files or Kazaa Lite folder you have to do the following. instead of typing in 
the full folder name only take the first 6 letters then put a ~ and then 1 without spaces. Example: cd c:progra~1kazaal~1
 
Once your in the folder the non-deletable file it in type in dir – a list will come up with everything inside.
 
Now to delete the file type in del ***.bmp, txt, jpg, avi, etc… And if the file name has spaces you would use the special 1st 6 letters followed by a ~ and a 1 rule. Example: if your file name was bad file.bmp you would type once in the specific folder thorugh command, del badfil~1.bmp and your file should be gone. Make sure to type in the correct extension

Enabiling Cmd + Regedit When It’s Disabled By Admin / Group Policy

CMD:

Step 1:
Create a new shortcut
Step 2:
Add the following to the shortcut:

REG add HKCUSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftWindowsSystem /v DisableCMD /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f


Regedit:

Step 1:
Create shortcut
Step 2:
Add the following to the shortcut:

REG add HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
Back register keys b4 u try this

Windows Registry Tutorial

The Registry is a database used to store settings and options for the 32 bit versions of Microsoft Windows including Windows 95, 98, ME and NT/2000. It contains information and settings for all the hardware, software, users, and preferences of the PC. Whenever a user makes changes to a Control Panel settings, or File Associations, System Policies, or installed software, the changes are reflected and stored in the Registry.
The physical files that make up the registry are stored differently depending on your version of Windows; under Windows 95 & 98 it is contained in two hidden files in your Windows directory, called USER.DAT and SYSTEM.DAT, for Windows Me there is an additional CLASSES.DAT file, while under Windows NT/2000 the files are contained seperately in the %SystemRoot%System32Config directory. You can not edit these files directly, you must use a tool commonly known as a “Registry Editor” to make any changes (using registry editors will be discussed later in the article).

The Structure of the Registry

The Registry has a hierarchal structure, although it looks complicated the structure is similar to the directory structure on your hard disk, with Regedit being similar to Windows Explorer.

Each main branch (denoted by a folder icon in the Registry Editor, see left) is called a Hive, and Hives contains Keys. Each key can contain other keys (sometimes referred to as sub-keys), as well as Values. The values contain the actual information stored in the Registry. There are three types of values; String, Binary, and DWORD – the use of these depends upon the context.

There are six main branches, each containing a specific portion of the information stored in the Registry. They are as follows:

  •  HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT – This branch contains all of your file association mappings to support the drag-and-drop feature, OLE information, Windows shortcuts, and core aspects of the Windows user interface.
  •  HKEY_CURRENT_USER – This branch links to the section of HKEY_USERS appropriate for the user currently logged onto the PC and contains information such as logon names, desktop settings, and Start menu settings.
  •  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE – This branch contains computer specific information about the type of hardware, software, and other preferences on a given PC, this information is used for all users who log onto this computer.
  •  HKEY_USERS – This branch contains individual preferences for each user of the computer, each user is represented by a SID sub-key located under the main branch.
  •  HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG – This branch links to the section of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE appropriate for the current hardware configuration.
  •  HKEY_DYN_DATA – This branch points to the part of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, for use with the Plug-&-Play features of Windows, this section is dymanic and will change as devices are added and removed from the system.
Each registry value is stored as one of five main data types:
  •  REG_BINARY – This type stores the value as raw binary data. Most hardware component information is stored as binary data, and can be displayed in an editor in hexadecimal format.
  •  REG_DWORD – This type represents the data by a four byte number and is commonly used for boolean values, such as “0” is disabled and “1” is enabled. Additionally many parameters for device driver and services are this type, and can be displayed in REGEDT32 in binary, hexadecimal and decimal format, or in REGEDIT in hexadecimal and decimal format.
  •  REG_EXPAND_SZ – This type is an expandable data string that is string containing a variable to be replaced when called by an application. For example, for the following value, the string “%SystemRoot%” will replaced by the actual location of the directory containing the Windows NT system files. (This type is only available using an advanced registry editor such as REGEDT32)
  •  REG_MULTI_SZ – This type is a multiple string used to represent values that contain lists or multiple values, each entry is separated by a NULL character. (This type is only available using an advanced registry editor such as REGEDT32)
  •  REG_SZ – This type is a standard string, used to represent human readable text values.
Other data types not available through the standard registry editors include:
  •  REG_DWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN – A 32-bit number in little-endian format.
  •  REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN – A 32-bit number in big-endian format.
  •  REG_LINK – A Unicode symbolic link. Used internally; applications should not use this type.
  •  REG_NONE – No defined value type.
  •  REG_QWORD – A 64-bit number.
  •  REG_QWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN – A 64-bit number in little-endian format.
  •  REG_RESOURCE_LIST – A device-driver resource list.
Editing the Registry
The Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE) is included with most version of Windows (although you won’t find it on the Start Menu) it enables you to view, search and edit the data within the Registry. There are several methods for starting the Registry Editor, the simplest is to click on the Start button, then select Run, and in the Open box type “regedit”, and if the Registry Editor is installed it should now open and look like the image below.

An alternative Registry Editor (REGEDT32.EXE) is available for use with Windows NT/2000, it includes some additional features not found in the standard version, including; the ability to view and modify security permissions, and being able to create and modify the extended string values REG_EXPAND_SZ & REG_MULTI_SZ.

Create a Shortcut to Regedit
 This can be done by simply right-clicking on a blank area of your desktop, selecting New, then Shortcut, then in the Command line box enter “regedit.exe” and click Next, enter a friendly name (e.g. ‘Registry Editor’) then click Finish and now you can double click on the new icon to launch the Registry Editor.

Using Regedit to modify your Registry

 Once you have started the Regedit you will notice that on the left side there is a tree with folders, and on the right the contents (values) of the currently selected folder.
Like Windows explorer, to expand a certain branch (see the structure of the registry section), click on the plus sign [+] to the left of any folder, or just double-click on the folder. To display the contents of a key (folder), just click the desired key, and look at the values listed on the right side. You can add a new key or value by selecting New from the Edit menu, or by right-clicking your mouse. And you can rename any value and almost any key with the same method used to rename files; right-click on an object and click rename, or click on it twice (slowly), or just press F2 on the keyboard. Lastly, you can delete a key or value by clicking on it, and pressing Delete on the keyboard, or by right-clicking on it, and choosing Delete.
Note: it is always a good idea to backup your registry before making any changes to it. It can be intimidating to a new user, and there is always the possibility of changing or deleting a critical setting causing you to have to reinstall the whole operating system. It’s much better to be safe than sorry!

Importing and Exporting Registry Settings

A great feature of the Registry Editor is it’s ability to import and export registry settings to a text file, this text file, identified by the .REG extension, can then be saved or shared with other people to easily modify local registry settings. You can see the layout of these text files by simply exporting a key to a file and opening it in Notepad, to do this using the Registry Editor select a key, then from the “Registry” menu choose “Export Registry File…”, choose a filename and save. If you open this file in notepad you will see a file similar to the example below:

REGEDIT4

 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMSetup]
 “SetupType”=dword:00000000
 “CmdLine”=”setup -newsetup”
 “SystemPrefix”=hex:c5,0b,00,00,00,40,36,02
The layout is quite simple, REGEDIT4 indicated the file type and version, [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMSetup] indicated the key the values are from, “SetupType”=dword:00000000 are the values themselves the portion after the “=” will vary depending on the type of value they are; DWORD, String or Binary.

So by simply editing this file to make the changes you want, it can then be easily distributed and all that need to be done is to double-click, or choose “Import” from the Registry menu, for the settings to be added to the system Registry.

Deleting keys or values using a REG file

 It is also possible to delete keys and values using REG files. To delete a key start by using the same format as the the REG file above, but place a “-” symbol in front of the key name you want to delete. For example to delete the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMSetup] key the reg file would look like this:

REGEDIT4

 [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMSetup]
The format used to delete individual values is similar, but instead of a minus sign in front of the whole key, place it after the equal sign of the value. For example, to delete the value “SetupType” the file would look like:
REGEDIT4

 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMSetup]
 “SetupType”=-

Use this feature with care, as deleting the wrong key or value could cause major problems within the registry, so remember to always make a backup first.

Regedit Command Line Options

 Regedit has a number of command line options to help automate it’s use in either batch files or from the command prompt. Listed below are some of the options, please note the some of the functions are operating system specific.
regedit.exe [options] [filename] [regpath]
[filename]     Import .reg file into the registry
/s [filename]     Silent import, i.e. hide confirmation box when importing files
/e [filename] [regpath]     Export the registry to [filename] starting at [regpath] e.g. regedit /e file.reg HKEY_USERS.DEFAULT
/L:system     Specify the location of the system.dat to use
/R:user     Specify the location of the user.dat to use
C [filename]     Compress (Windows 98)
/D [regpath]     Delete the specified key (Windows 98)

Maintaining the Registry

On Windows NT you can use either the “Last Known Good” option or RDISK to restore to registry to a stable working configuration.
How can I clean out old data from the Registry?
 Although it’s possible to manually go through the Registry and delete unwanted entries, Microsoft provides a tool to automate the process, the program is called RegClean. RegClean analyzes Windows Registry keys stored in a common location in the Windows Registry. It finds keys that contain erroneous values, it removes them from the Windows Registry after having recording those entries in the Undo.Reg file.

Lock ur folder widout any software

Suppose you want to lock the folder movies in d: which has the path D:movies.In the same drive create a text file and type

ren movies movies.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}
Now save this text file as loc.bat

Create another text file and type in it

ren movies.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D} movies
Now save this text file as key.bat

Hack Admin Password From User Mode

Disclaimer: Use this article for eductational purpose ONLY.

 Follow these steps:
 1. Open command prompt (Start->Run->cmd),
 2. Enter the following command, then press ENTER

 3. Enter the followin command, then press ENTER:
 compmgmt.msc
 This should open the computer management console.
 4. Go to local users & groups->users. Right click on any user and select “set password”.

 If you get a “access denied” do the following:

 start>run>cmd
 then use following commands
 1) net user test /add (this command will make test named user)
 2) net localgroup administrators test /add (this command will make test user as administrators rights)

 and use net user command to reset your admin. password