Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Syabas, OpenSuSE 11.3! .. Gecko Rulez!!!

Setelah berjaya memasang Sistem Pengoperasian ini dengan pilihan GNOME as Desktop Manager, 

Anda akan dapat lihat paparan seperti dibawah,

Lagkah seterusnya adalah, pastikan anda sudah menyambung talian Internet anda berasaskan Wayar atau Tanpa Wayar, dan Klik -> Computer -> More Applications -> Choose System on the Groups Selection -> Gnome Terminal

Pastikan anda dapat lihat Terminal seperti dibawah,

Sebenarnya anda boleh Edit Themes dia bagi nampak sedikit "GEEK"  baru hebat... so Klik Edit -> Profile Preferences -> Colors -> Built-in schemes dan pilih Green on Black seperti dibawah, baru boleh panggil Neo dalam cerita The Matrix.

sekarang sudah jadi Neo, so masa untuk mendapatkan kuasa "ROOT", dengan menaip,

"sudo -s"

dan masukkan kata laluan "ROOT",

Contoh seperti dibawah,

g3ck0@linux-dpvi:~> sudo -s

We trust you have received the usual lecture from the local System
Administrator. It usually boils down to these three things:

    #1) Respect the privacy of others.
    #2) Think before you type.
    #3) With great power comes great responsibility.

root's password:

selepas itu, kita mesti REFRESH REPOSITORY kita, dengan menggunakan arahan dibawah,

"zypper ref"

linux-dpvi:/home/g3ck0 # zypper ref
Retrieving repository 'Updates for openSUSE 11.3 11.3-1.82' metadata [done]
Building repository 'Updates for openSUSE 11.3 11.3-1.82' cache [done]
Retrieving repository 'openSUSE-11.3-Non-Oss' metadata [done]
Building repository 'openSUSE-11.3-Non-Oss' cache [done]
Retrieving repository 'openSUSE-11.3-Oss' metadata [done]
Building repository 'openSUSE-11.3-Oss' cache [done]
All repositories have been refreshed.

dan langkah terakhir,

'zypper up"

linux-dpvi:/home/g3ck0 # zypper up
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

The following NEW packages are going to be installed:
  fetchmsttfonts flash-player libjpeg6 libsepol1 libwebkit-lang nspluginwrapper

The following packages are going to be upgraded:
  apparmor-utils bind-libs bind-utils cheese cifs-utils cpio cups cups-client
  cups-libs desktop-translations device-mapper dhcp dhcp-client ethtool
  ghostscript-fonts-other ghostscript-fonts-std ghostscript-library
  ghostscript-x11 glibc glibc-locale gnome-panel gpg2 gtkglext hal ImageMagick
  input-utils iputils java-1_6_0-openjdk java-1_6_0-openjdk-plugin
  kernel-default libakonadi4 libakonadiprotocolinternals1 libcheese-gtk18
  libfreetype6 libgdiplus0 libgimpprint libgphoto2 libjpeg8 libkde4 libkdecore4
  libkdepimlibs4 libksuseinstall1 libldb0 libMagick++3 libMagickCore3
  libMagickWand3 libpanel-applet-2-0 libpcsclite1 libpulse0 libpulse-browse0
  libpulse-mainloop-glib0 libqt4 libqt4-qt3support libqt4-sql libqt4-x11
  libQtWebKit4 libsmbclient0 libtalloc2 libtdb1 libtevent0 libtiff3
  libwbclient0 libwebkit-1_0-2 lvm2 MozillaFirefox mozilla-js192
  mozilla-xulrunner192 mozilla-xulrunner192-gnome NetworkManager
  NetworkManager-glib perl perl-base perl-doc pm-utils postfix
  preload-kmp-default pstoedit pullin-flash-player pullin-msttf-fonts
  pulseaudio pulseaudio-esound-compat pulseaudio-module-bluetooth
  pulseaudio-module-gconf pulseaudio-module-lirc pulseaudio-module-x11
  pulseaudio-module-zeroconf pulseaudio-utils release-notes-openSUSE samba
  samba-client smolt smolt-gui sudo sysconfig sysvinit sysvinit-tools timezone
  timezone-java udisks unscd usb_modeswitch usb_modeswitch-data vte xaw3d
  xorg-x11-server xorg-x11-server-extra xorg-x11-Xvnc yast2-apparmor yast2-core
  yast2-country yast2-country-data yast2-gtk yast2-mail yast2-trans-en_US

114 packages to upgrade, 6 new.
Overall download size: 184.7 MiB. After the operation, additional 24.2 MiB will
be used.
Continue? [y/n/?] (y):

Usah takut dan gentar, Tekan "y' dan Enter,

Dibawah ini dilampirkan gambarajah Terminal setiap langkah yang telah dilakukan,

Selamat berjaya, kawan...

Join OWASP for AppSec DC 2010!

Building on the success of last year's AppSec DC 2009, the AppSec DC team is proud to announce AppSec DC 2010!. AppSec DC will take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington DC on November 8-11. Training will be on the 8th and 9th, talks will be on the 10th and 11th. Prices go up on 10/15 and hotel rooms are limited, so register now!

Highlights will include keynotes from Neal Ziring of the Information Assurance Directorate of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Ron Ross of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), panel discussions of federal CISOs on their experiences with implementing application security, 50 plenary presentations, invaluable interaction and networking with attendees and presenters, a custom-made capture the flag contest by members of OWASP DC, and many of the best talks available by leading personalities in the field of web application security. Oh, and rockets.

Also this year, AppSec DC has partnered with entities within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Security Agency, and other government agencies who will be contributing content focusing on Software Assurance and the role that that plays in areas such as protecting Critical Infrastructure or Supply Chain Risk Management.

In addition to two days of great speaking content, a track by the federal government, keynotes and panels, AppSec DC will also provide two days of world class training on applications security from a variety of vendors at a fraction of the cost found at other events.

For more information visit the OWASP wiki at or the AppSec DC website at
Best regards,

Alison Shrader
9175 Guilford Road, Suite 300
Columbia, MD 21046

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

2nd. OWASP Ibero-American Web-Applications Security conference (IBWAS’10) ISCTE

2nd. OWASP Ibero-American Web-Applications Security conference (IBWAS’10) ISCTE – Lisbon University Institute 25th – 26th November 2010 Lisboa, Portugal


IBWAS and OWASP is currently soliciting training proposals for the OWASP Ibero-American Web Applications Security 2010 Conference (IBWAS'10) which will take place at ISCTE-IUL, Lisboa, Portugal, on November 24 through November 26, 2010.

There will be training courses on November 24 followed by plenary sessions on the 25 and 26 with multiple tracks per day.

We are seeking training proposals on the following topics (in no particular order):

- Application Threat Modeling

- Business Risks with Application Security

- Hands-on Source Code Review

- Metrics for Application Security

- OWASP Tools and Projects

- Privacy Concerns with Applications and Data Storage

- Secure Coding Practices (J2EE/.NET)

- Starting and Managing Secure Development Lifecycle Programs

- Technology specific presentations on security such as AJAX, XML, etc

- Web Application Security countermeasures

- Web Application Security Testing

- Web Services, XML and Application Security

- Anything else relating to OWASP and Application Security

Proposals on topics not listed above but related to the conference (i.e. which are related to Application Security) may also be accepted.

To make a submission you must fill out the form available at and submit by email to

There may be 1 or half a day courses. The proposals must respect the restrictions of the OWASP Speaker Agreement. The conference will reward trainers with at least 30% of the total revenue of their courses, based on a minimum attendance. Courses that attract more students may be granted higher percentages. No other compensation (such as tickets or lodging) will be provided. If you require a different arrangement, please contact the conference chair at the email address below.

Instructors and authors will be paid based on the number of students in their training sessions. If the training gathers only the minimum number of students, the compensation will be 30% of the revenue. For each group of 10 extra students enrolled, the compensation will be increased by 5% of the revenue, up to a maximum of 45% of the training revenue. For example, a 1-day training with 10 to 19 students will generate a compensation of 30% of the revenue. For classes of 20 to 29 students, the compensation raises to 35% percent of the revenue.

In exceptional cases, different compensation schemes may be accepted. Please contact the conference organization team by email ( for details.

**Training cost**
 half-day training: 250 EUR per student
 1-day training: 450 EUR per student
All prices in Euros (EUR)

**Minimum number of students**
 half-day trainings: 10 students
 1-day trainings: 20 students

**Important Dates:**

Submission deadline is October 8, 2010.

Notification of acceptance will be October 15, 2010.

Final version is due October 29, 2010.

The conference organization team may be contacted by email at

For more information, please see the following web pages:
OWASP Website:

********** WARNING: Submissions without all the information requested in the proposal form will not be considered ************

Please forward to all interested practitioners and colleagues.

Best regards,

Alison Shrader
9175 Guilford Road, Suite 300
Columbia, MD 21046


28 September 2010


The Open Source Software (OSS) Showcase Exhibitionorganised by Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) is an annual event held in-conjunction with theMalaysian Government Open Source Software Conference (MyGOSSCON 2010) from 2-3 November 2010 at Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC). And we are pleased to announce that the OSS Showcase Exhibition is co-organised by PIKOM and MSC Malaysia.

The object of this exhibition is to showcase the diverse nature of OSS products, solutions and services ranging from emerging technologies to mature and proven products. OSS products, solutions and services that is available for the Public Sector. The exhibition will emphasis the readiness of the ICT industry to support the implementation of the Malaysian Public Sector OSS Programme and in so doing, will encourage use of OSS in support of the local ICT Industry and OSS communities.

The exhibition will exemplify quality and professionalism. It will be rich in content and showcase the diversity of OSS products, solutions and services, ranging from emerging technologies to mature and proven products. It will also demonstrate interoperability between OSS and proprietary products. OSS Showcase Exhibition comprises booths are open for Public Sector, Private Sector and OSS Community participation.

Please find the attached Exhibition GuidelinesExhibition Layou Plan and Exhibitor Invitee Reply Form for your reference and consideration.

For further information, please contact Sheila Tan ( or Ong Kian Yew ( +603-7955 2922.

Thank you

Best regards,
Sheila Tan
Project Executive
1106 & 1107, Block B, Phileo Damansara II, No. 15, Jalan 16/11, 46350 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: +603 7955 2922 | Fax: +603 7955 2933 | Mobile: +6012 346 1262 | Website:

Monday, September 27, 2010

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

23 Advantages of Online Surveys - Survey Bounty

  1. Multimedia advantage - pictures, audio, video, and simulated shopping can all be incorporated
  2. Higher response rates versus other surveying methods (such as through direct mailings)
  3. Statistical compilation is often in real time - survey results can be monitored throughout the time the survey is online
  4. Fast - final reporting results are delivered within a few days versus weeks
  5. Online surveys eliminate interviewer bias or error - the survey is delivered in exactly the same manner in all instances for all panellists
  6. Quality of final data is higher - this is due to convenience for panellists, the ability to re-read questions, etc.
  7. Time constraints for panelists eliminated - a user can take as much time needed to fully complete the survey
  8. Easily survey consumers worldwide - geographic location of panellists does not impact the efficiency nor quality of the research data
  9. Paid surveys allow for longer and more detailed information gathering versus surveying methods such as non-incentivized telephone surveys
  10. Online surveys are taken at a convenient time for the respondent, not market research company
  11. Most types of studies can easily be conducted online, including employee satisfaction surveys, company satisfaction monitoring, brand name evaluation, advertising research, competitive analysis, etc.
  12. Top-level internet security and encryption protect panellist data
  13. Privacy protection - respondents remain anonymous; privacy and confidentiality are protected
  14. Online surveys are a non-interruption surveying method. Panelist receives an e-mail notification for an online surveys, after they have agreed to such notifications from the online market research company
  15. Help desks which offer live assistance, can provide needed customer support for panellists during a survey
  16. Online survey methods are increasing rapidly in use, versus telephone surveys which have a dramatically declining response rate
  17. Data compilation is efficient - household information is easily stored and maintained
  18. Large majority of North Americans have internet access, which makes for an accurate household representation
  19. Speciality online panels of professionals such as technology specialists, healthcare personnel, and youth, make targeted groups of demographics easy to survey
  20. Online surveys, because of their efficiency, reduce the time to market for new products and services, potentially meaning more money for the companies hiring the market research firms to conduct research on their behalf
  21. Millions of North Americans are registered members of market research companies, meaning access to an accurate population sample in a variety of demographics
  22. Cost is lower than other survey methods. Internet panel survey costs are often only a couple dollars each, versus $20 for telephone surveys
  23. With a societal trend for having everything "online" and digitized, internet research panels truly are part of the wave of the future

Zoomerang Online Survey Tips

What is a great survey?

A great online survey provides you actionable, clear information for your business decisions. Great surveys have higher response rates, higher quality data and are easy to fill out.
Follow these 10 tips to create great surveys, improve the response rate of your survey, and the quality of the data you gather, by following these basic rules of good surveying.

1. Clearly define the purpose of your online survey

Zoomerang Pro is a web–based online survey tool packed with industry–leading features designed by noted market researchers.
Fuzzy goals lead to fuzzy results and the last thing you want to end up with is a set of results that provide no real decision–enhancing value. Good surveys have focused objectives that are easily understood. Spend time up front to identify, in writing:
  • What is the goal of this survey?
  • Why are you creating this survey?
  • What do you hope to accomplish with this survey?
  • How will you use the data you are collecting?
  • What decisions do you hope to impact with the results of this survey? (This will later help you identify what data you need to collect in order to make these decisions.)
Sounds obvious, but we have seen plenty of surveys where a few minutes of planning could have made the difference between receiving quality responses (responses that are useful as inputs to decisions) or un–interpretable data.
Consider the case of the software firm that wanted to find out what new functionality was most important to customers. The survey asked ‘How can we improve our product?’ The resulting answers ranged from ‘Make it easier’ to ‘Add an update button on the recruiting page’. While interesting information, this data is not really helpful for the product manager who wanted to take an itemized list for the development team with customer input as a prioritization variable.
Spending time identifying the objective might have helped the survey creators determine:
  • Are we trying to understand our customers’ perception of our software in order to identify areas of improvement (e.g. hard to use, time consuming, unreliable)?
  • Are we trying to understand the value of specific enhancements? They would have been better off asking customers to please rank from 1 – 5 the importance of adding X new functionality.
Advance planning helps ensure that the survey asks the right questions to meet the objective and generate useful data.

2. Keep the survey short and focused

Short and focused helps with both quality and quantity of response. It is generally better to focus on a single objective than try to create a master survey that covers multiple objectives.
Shorter surveys generally have higher response rates and lower abandonment among survey respondents. It’s human nature to want things to be quick and easy – once a survey taker loses interest they simply abandon the task – leaving you to determine how to interpret that partial data set (or whether to use it all).
Make sure each of your questions is focused on helping to meet your stated objective. Don’t toss in ‘nice to have’ questions that don’t directly provide data to help you meet your objectives.
To be certain that the survey is short; time a few people taking the survey. Zoomerang research (along with Gallop and others) has shown that the survey should take 5 minutes or less to complete. 6 – 10 minutes is acceptable but we see significant abandonment rates occurring after 11 minutes.

3. Keep the questions simple

Make sure your questions get to the point and avoid the use of jargon. We on the Zoomerang team have often received surveys with questions along the lines of. “When was the last time you used our RGS?” (What’s RGS?) Don’t assume that your survey takers are as comfortable with your acronyms as you are.
Try to make your questions as specific and direct as possible. Compare: What has your experience been working with our HR team? To: How satisfied are you with the response time of our HR team?

4. Use closed ended questions whenever possible

Closed ended questions give respondents specific choices (e.g. Yes or No), making it easier to analyze results. Closed ended questions can take the form of yes/no, multiple choice or rating scale. Open–ended questions allow people to answer a question in their own words. Open–ended questions are great supplemental questions and may provide useful qualitative information and insights. However, for collating and analysis purposes, close–ended questions are preferable.

5. Keep rating scale questions consistent through the survey

Rating scales are a great way to measure and compare sets of variables. If you elect to use rating scales (e.g. from 1 – 5) keep it consistent throughout the survey. Use the same number of points on the scale and make sure meanings of high and low stay consistent throughout the survey. Also, use an odd number in your rating scale to make data analysis easier. Switching your rating scales around will confuse survey takers, which will lead to untrustworthy responses.

6. Logical ordering

Make sure your survey flows in a logical order. Begin with a brief introduction that motivates survey takers to complete the survey (e.g. “Help us improve our service to you. Please answer the following short survey.”). Next, it is a good idea to start from broader–based questions and then move to those narrower in scope. It is usually better to collect demographic data and ask any sensitive questions at the end (unless you are using this information to screen out survey participants). If you are asking for contact information, place that information last.

7. Pre–test your survey

Make sure you pre–test your survey with a few members of your target audience and/or co–workers to find glitches and unexpected question interpretations.

8. Consider your audience when sending survey invitations

Recent statistics show the highest open and click rates take place on Monday, Friday and Sunday. In addition, our research shows that the quality of survey responses does not vary from weekday to weekend. That being said, it is most important to consider your audience. For instance, for employee surveys, you should send during the business week and at a time that is suitable for your business. i.e. if you are a sales driven business avoid sending to employees at month end when they are trying to close business.

9. Consider sending several reminders

While not appropriate for all surveys, sending out reminders to those who haven’t previously responded can often provide a significant boost in response rates.

10. Consider offering an incentive

Depending upon the type of survey and survey audience, offering an incentive is usually very effective at improving response rates. People like the idea of getting something for their time. Zoomerang research has shown that incentives typically boost response rates by 50% on average.
One caveat is to keep the incentive appropriate in scope. Overly large incentives can lead to undesirable behavior, for example, people lying about demographics in order to not be screened out from the survey.

Preparing an Online Questionnaire - How to Conduct an Online Survey

By: Vivek Bhaskaran
CEO, QuestionPro
So, you've decided to conduct an online survey. There are a few questions in your mind that you would like answered and you are on the lookout for a fast and inexpensive way to find out more about your customers, clients etc. The first and foremost thing you need to decide what the objectives of the study are. Ensure that you can phrase these objectives as questions or measurements. If you can't, you are better off looking at other means of gathering data like focus groups and other qualitative methods. Online Surveys tend to focus in on more on "Quantitative" data collection.
  1. Review the basic objectives of the study. What are you trying to discover? What actions do you want to take as a result of the survey?  This helps you double check the validity of the data collection mechanism. Online Surveys are just one way of collecting and quantifying perspectives.
  2. Visualize all of the relevant information items you would like to have. What will the output report look like? What charts and graphs will be prepared?  What information do you need to be assured that action is warranted?
  3. Rank each topic in items 1 and 2 according to the value of the topic. List the most important topics first.  Revisit items 1 and 2 again to make sure the objectives, topics and information you need are appropriate.  Remember, you can't solve the problem if you ask the wrong questions.
  4. How easy or difficult is it for the respondent to provide information on each topic? If it is difficult, is there another way to obtain the information by asking another question?

    This is probably the most important step. Online Surveys have to be Precise, Clear and Concise. Due to the nature of the "Web" and the fickleness associated, if your questions are too complicated and are not easy to understand, you will have a high "drop out" rate.
  5. Create a sequence for the topics that is unbiased. Make sure that the questions asked first do not bias the results of the next questions. Sometimes providing too much information, or disclosing purpose of the study can create bias.

    Once you have a sequence of topics, you can have a basic layout of a survey. It is always prudent to add an "Introductory" text to explain the project and what is required off the respondent. It is also professional to have an ending "Thank You" text as well as information about where to find the results of the survey, when they are published.
  6. Determine the type of question that is best suited to answer the question and provide enough robustness to meet analysis requirements. This means do you use open-ended text questions, dichotomous, multiple choice, rank order, scaled, or constant sum (ratio scale) questions. There is a fine line you need to walk here - Generally tougher analysis requirements will lead to more complicated questionnaire design. However there are a couple of tools available to make life easier: -

    1. Page Breaks - Avoid having a huge scrolling survey. Introduce page breaks as necessary. Please also refrain from just having one question per page. This increases the time to complete the survey as well as increases the chances for "drop outs".
    2. Branching - Use Branching and Skip Logic to make your surveys "Smart". Avoid using text like, "If you answered No to Q1 then Answer Q4" - this causes respondent frustration and increases the "drop out" rate. Design the survey using Branching Logic so that the correct questions are automatically routed based on previous responses.
  7. Write the questions.  You may need to write several questions for each topic, selecting the best one. You might also be better off dividing the survey into multiple sections.
  8. Sequence the questions so that they are unbiased.
  9. Repeat all of the steps above to find any major holes.  Are the questions really answered?  Have someone review it for you.
  10. Time the length of the survey.  A survey should take less than five minutes.  At three to four questions per minute, you are limited to about 15 questions. One open end text question counts for three multiple choice questions. Most online software tools will record the time taken for the respondents to answer questions.
  11. Pretest the survey to 20 or more people. Obtain their feedback... in detail. What were they unsure about?  Did they have questions? Did they have trouble understanding what you wanted? Did they take a point of view not covered in your answers or question?

    1. An easy way to do this is to create another survey, with a few "open ended" essay questions along with your main project. Let's call this the "feedback survey".
    2. Email the "Project" survey to your test group and then email the "feedback" survey also after that.
    3. In that way, you can have your test group send you comments regarding the functionality as well as usability of your "Project" survey by using you "feedback survey"!
  12. Revise your online questionnaire incorporating the feedback that you got.
  13. Send the Survey out to all your respondents!
Online surveys are a great alternative to expensive mail or telephone surveys. There are a few caveats to online surveys however that you must be aware of. If you are trying to survey a representative sample of the general population, please bear in mind that not everyone is online. Moreover, not everyone is receptive to online survey also. Our research has shown that the demographic that responds to online survey invitations is generally biased toward younger people. 

Friday, September 24, 2010

Zimbra vs. Microsoft Exchange

Like many others, your organization is probably running an older version of Microsoft Exchange and you are considering an upgrade.
Before committing yourself to another costly Exchange update, invest 45 minutes with us and we will show you why forward-thinking organizations like Stanford University, H&R Block, Comcast, and Bechtel have all selected Zimbra as their choice for next-generation email and collaboration.


Topic: Zimbra vs. Microsoft Exchange
Wednesday, September 29
10:00 AM (PDT) / 1:00 PM (EDT)
Is your organization ready for a glimpse at the future of email and collaboration?

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Online Information System Tool generated by Speccy

Generated by Piriform Speccy v1.04.173
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07 Seek Error Rate: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
08 Seek Time Performance: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
09 Power-On Hours (POH): 
088 (088) Data 00000013E8
0A Spin Retry Count: 
161 (100) Data 0000000000
0C Device Power Cycle Count: 
100 (100) Data 000000082C
BF G-sense error rate: 
100 (100) Data 0000000269
C0 Power-off Retract Count: 
100 (100) Data 0000000036
C1 Load/Unload Cycle Count: 
086 (086) Data 00000247CE
C2 Temperature: 
100 (100) Data 0000100025
C4 Reallocation Event Count: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
C5 Current Pending Sector Count: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
C6 Uncorrectable Sector Count: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
C7 UltraDMA CRC Error Count: 
200 (200) Data 0000000000
DC Disk Shift: 
100 (100) Data 00000000A7
DE Loaded Hours: 
090 (090) Data 0000000FB4
DF Load/Unload Retry Count: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
E0 Load Friction: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
E2 Load 'In'-time: 
100 (100) Data 0000000188
F0 Head Flying Hours: 
100 (100) Data 0000000000
38 °C
Temperature Range: 
ok (less than 50 °C)
Partition 0
Partition ID: 
Disk #0, Partition #0
100 MB
Partition 1
Partition ID: 
Disk #0, Partition #1
Disk Letter: 
File System: 
Volume Serial Number: 
Used Space: 
19.4GB (74%)
Free Space: 
7.05GB (26%)
Optical Drives
Media Type: 
CD Writer
Running/Full Power
Random Access, Supports Writing, Supports Removable Media
Config Manager Error Code: 
Device is working properly
Config Manager User Config: 
Media Loaded: 
SCSI Bus: 
SCSI Logical Unit: 
SCSI Port: 
SCSI Target Id: 
Sound Card
High Definition Audio Device
Playback Devices
Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
Speakers (High Definition Audio Device): 
Recording Device
Microphone (High Definition Audio Device)
Standard PS/2 Keyboard
Device Kind: 
Device Name: 
Standard PS/2 Keyboard
plugged into keyboard port
HID-compliant mouse
Device Kind: 
Device Name: 
HID-compliant mouse
Bluetooth HID Device
PS/2 Compatible Mouse
Device Kind: 
Device Name: 
PS/2 Compatible Mouse
plugged into PS/2 mouse port
You are connected to the internet
Connected through: 
Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection
Adapter Type: 
IEEE 802.11 wireless
WinInet Info
LAN Connection
Local system uses a local area network to connect to the Internet
Local system has RAS to connect to the Internet