Monday, July 31, 2006


Banyak event yang berlaku pada hari nih... aku macam tak cukup tangan jerk... sesampai kete jemput aku untuk ke opis, driver terus sound aku yang harini nyer briefing diawalkan... pukul 8 pagi... alamakkkkk... aku dahler weekend sabtu ahad lepak habis habisan... terus kelam kabut masuk opis n prepare untuk ditembak masa brief... masa brief pulak teringat yang harini hari pahlawan (TO ALL PAHLAWAN2 MALAYSIA, SELAMAT HARI PAHLAWAN)... syahdu gak fikirkan pahlawan2 dulu menggadai nyawa untuk keamanan negara (nih ada masuk dalam brief tuh).... lepas pegi breakfast baru teringat yang keje BESAR menanti kat site... terkejar2 gak tukar baju... debuk debak... sampai pukul 5 pung tak settle lagi... xper... sambung esok... hehehehehe

Sunday, July 30, 2006

10 things you should know about Windows XP's System Restore tool

Windows XP’s System Restore lets you restore your computer to a previous time if a problem occurs. To accomplish this feat, System Restore continuously monitors your system looking for significant changes to the operating system, such as an application or driver installation procedure, automatically creating a restore point when it detects an impending change. System Restore will also create restore points every 24 hours. Restore points are essentially snapshots of your system state, which comprises crucial system files including certain parts of the registry. System Restore maintains multiple restore points, which gives you the choice of restoring your computer to any number of previously saved states. Here are 10 things you should know about getting the most from Windows XP's System Restore tool.

1. Data files and System Restore
Because System Restore is described as a tool that allows you to restore your computer to a previous time, many people mistakenly assume that they will lose any data files they've created since the restore point was created. However, System Restore doesn't monitor or save the contents of the My Documents folder, any files that use common data filename extensions, such as .doc or .xls, e-mail message stores, browsing history, or even password files. Those files will remain intact whenyou restore your system. However, keep in mind that the Desktop is not a protected folder, and any files that exist there could be lost during a restore operation. So before you perform a restore operation, you should move any crucial files you have saved on the Desktop to the My Documents folder.
2. Undoing a restore operation
If you perform a restore operation and then determine that the problem still exists, you can undo the operation. To do so, you must immediately run System Restore. When you see the Welcome To System Restore screen, select the Undo My Last Restoration option and click Next. On the Confirm Restoration Undo screen, click Next. System Restore will restore the previous system state and restart the computer. When the system restarts and you log on, you'll see System Restore's Undo Complete screen, which lets you know the operation was successful. If you perform a restore operation and then determine that you selected the wrong restore point date, simply run System Restore again and select the restore point date you wanted. If you perform a successful restore operation and discover that your computer won't boot Windows normally, you can still undo the restore operation. First, boot the system into Safe Mode. After you log on, a Warning dialog box will appear, allowing you to launch System Restore and select the Undo My Last Restoration option. If the restore operations fails, the Restoration Was Unsuccessful screen will appear, and your computer will automatically return to the same state it was in when you activated the restore operation. In other words, no changes will be made to your computer.
3. Running System Restore from a command prompt
If your computer won't boot Windows normally and won't boot into the Safe Mode GUI, you can still access System Restore. Start by booting the system using the Safe Mode With Command Prompt option. After you log on, type the following command line at the command prompt:
Press [Enter], and System Restore will run as it normally does. You can follow the steps in the wizard to perform a restore operation.

4. Purging restore points
System Restore by default claims a maximum of 12 percent of the available hard disk space to save the restore points. (The amount of storage space will depend on the size of your hard disk.) Once the 12 percent mark is reached, System Restore will purge the oldest restore points in its database to make room for new ones. However, there may be situations where you need or want to purge restore points to free up disk space. Fortunately, the Disk Cleanup utility will allow you to delete all butthe most recent restore point. You can launch Disk Cleanup from the Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tools menu. Once Disk Cleanup is up and running, select the More Options tab and click the Cleanup button in the System Restore panel. You'll then be prompted to confirm the delete operation.
5. Reining in System Restore's disk space usage
To perform its operations, System Restore requires at least 200 MB ofav avilable hard disk space. However, if more disk space is available, System Restore will claim up to 12 percent of it to save the restore points. Although System Restore can use that full 12 percent if it's available, this chunk of disk space is not reserved. System Restore will yield disk space back to the system if it's needed. Furthermore, restore points more than 90 days old are automatically purged by default.
If you want to see how much hard disk space System Restore has potentially set aside on your system, press [Windows][Break] to bring up the System Properties dialog box and then choose the System Restore tab. Next, select your hard disk from the Available Drive list and click the Settings button. When the Drive Settings dialog box appears, you'll see a number in the Disk Space Usage panel that represents the amount of space in MB that System Restore is using to amass restore points. For example, on a system with an 80GB hard disk, System Restore's 12% amounts to nearly 9 GB. If you feel that System Restore has the potential to take up too much disk space, move the slider to the left to specify a more reasonable amount of hard disk space for System Restore to store its multiple restore points.
6. Manually creating a restore point
System Restore will automatically create restore points, but you can manually create one anytime you want. To do so, launch System Restore and then
follow along with the wizard. If want to save yourself a few steps, you can simplify the launching process by copying the System Restore shortcut from the Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tools
menu to the desktop
7.Bypassing the System Restore Wizard
If you want to be able to manually create a restore point without having to go through the wizard, you can create a simple two-line _VBScript file that uses WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) to instantly create a restore point. Just launch Notepad and type these two lines:
Set IRP = getobject("winmgmts:\\.\root\default:Systemrestore")
MYRP = IRP.createrestorepoint ("My Restore Point", 0, 100)
Then, save the file as MyRestorePoint.vbs. Now, you can easily create an restore point by double-clicking the script's icon. When you do, System Restore will run in the background without displaying its interface and will
create a restore point called My Restore Point.
8. Steps to avoid restoring viruses
If you know that your system is infected by a virus, you should temporarily turn off System Restore. Otherwise, the virus could be saved along with other system files in a restore point and reintroduced to your system during a restore operation at a later date. To turn off System Restore, press [Windows][Break] to bring up the System Properties dialog box. Then, choose the System Restore tab, select the Turn Off System Restore check box, and click OK. As soon as you do, you'll see a confirmation dialog box warning you that turning off System Restore will delete all existing restore points. Click Yes to continue. You can now use your antivirus software to clean up your system. When the virus has been eradicated, access the System Restore tab again and clear the Turn Off System Restore check box. Click OK to
re-enable System Restore.
9. Disabling System Restore for data drives
If you have additional hard disks connected to your computer, System Restore will automatically add them to its list of monitored drives. If these additional drives just store data or data backups, there's no reason to have System Restore monitor them. To disable System Restore for data drives, press [Windows][Break] to bring up the System Properties dialog box. Then, choose the System Restore tab. Next, select your hard disk from the Available Drive list and click the Settings button. When the Drive Settings dialog box appears, select the Turn Off System Restore On This Drive check box and click OK. You'll see a confirmation dialog box warning that by turning off System Restore on this drive, you won't be able to track or undo harmful changes on it. Click Yes to continue. Then, click OK to close the System Properties dialog box.
10. Determining the actual amount of space System Restore is using
You can easily determine how much disk space System Restore can potentially use, but you may also want to determine how much disk space System Restore is actually using. If you're running Windows XP Professional and the hard disk is using NTFS, you can find out. You'll begin by making a few configuration changes from an Administrator account that will allow you to investigate the hidden and protected folder called System Volume Information, located in the root directory of your hard disk. Keep in mind that this information is meant only for investigative purposes. Making any changes to the files in the System Volume Information folder will disrupt or otherwise damage System Restore's ability to do its job.

From within Windows Explorer, access the View tab of the Folder Options dialog box. Then, select the Show Hidden Files And Folders option, deselect the Hide Protected Operating System Files check box, and click Yes in the Warning dialog box. (If the system is in a workgroup, you'll need to deselect the Use Simple File Sharing check box as well.) Click OK to close the Folder Options dialog box. Now, access the root directory of the hard disk, right-click on the System Volume Information folder, select Properties, and access the Security tab. Then, click the Add button, enter your user account name in the Select Users or Groups dialog box, and click OK twice to close both dialog boxes.
At this point, you can open the System Volume Information folder, right-click on the _restore folder, and select Properties. Once Windows XP finishes tallying, check the Size On Disk value to see the exact amount of space System Restore is using for restore points. To ensure the security of the restore point files, you should remove your set account from the System Volume Information folder once you finish your investigation.

Friday, July 28, 2006


Suatu hari
Pak Pandir yang baru lepas dapat duit raya ingin makan di Mc'Donalds.
Bila dia sampai dia tak tahu nak order aper... maklumlah tinggal
terpencil di hujung kampung... sedang dia berfikir datang seorang lelaki
lingkungan 30'an ditepinya... Ahmad namanya... Pak Pandir pun merancang untuk meminta seperti apa yang Ahmad minta..

Ahmad : Bagi Big Mac satu..
Pak Pandir: bagi Big Mac satu...
Ahmad: Air... Bagi air coke yer...
Pak Pandir: Air... Bagi air coke yer...
Ahmad pun menjeling pada Pak Pandir... namun Pak Pandir buat tak tahu ajer...

Ahmad: ooo yer cik..bagi ash-tray satu yer... ( masa tu Mc donalds buleh merokok lagi)
Pak Pandir : ooo yer cik... bagi ash-tray satu

Ahmad mula meradang lalu memarahi Pak Pandir...
Ahmad : hoi... yang kau pesan sama macam aku tu kenapa hah... takder otak ker?

Nak tahu aper Pak Pandir jawab? lebih kurang begini:
Pak Pandir: Aper... kau ingat kau sorang jer ker makan ash-tray?!?

Ahmad yang marah tadi tiba-tiba menggeleng kepala dan terus berlalu dari situ...


Wednesday, July 26, 2006


Turn the world around Seek the shape of life Look at yourself in a different frame You know it won’t be the same The one with all the pride The one with all the might The one who knows what’s wrong or right But still can’t see the light O mirror tell me what I see Is it true don’t lie to me Colour of truth, what difference does it make Colour of truth, nobody is perfect A dot of evil in a saint’s heart A glimpse of an angel in a criminal’s eye Colour of truth, don’t have to be afraid Colour of truth, it’s the shadow of your fate Good or bad, better or worse Smooth or scar, you are what you are

Sleep well dear children Cause tomorrow you won’t remember me I was your history, what you used to be Can you recall the time you cry When darkness, cold, fear and hunger Scared you to death You wish it wasn’t true Wake up, the children are calling you Have mercy on us, we’re helpless without you Don’t let us die, don’t ask us why I’m telling you to wake up Wrinkled faces of your creator Have mercy on us, words don’t come easy We live in fear from your anger The blood of sin runs through you Candle of life burns on for you Sleep well and never wakes up The wheel has turned Your children controlling you You live in fear from your anger

Tuesday, July 25, 2006





Monday, July 24, 2006

Keje2 jugak... sekali sekala kita enjoy...

Hari Sabtu n Ahad yang lepas aku menjelajah ke seluruh pelusuk PULAU nih... jalan2 kat tempat2 menarik yang ada kat sini... best gak... dapat melepaskan tension kat kepala otak nih... nak gambar? nanti ler aku upload untuk tatapan korang... gambar tempat2 menarik kat sini... tungguuuuuuuuuuu.......

Wednesday, July 19, 2006






Monday, July 17, 2006


Boringnyer xleh jenguk kengkawan kat dalam forum... bilaler aku nak rehat nih... forum oh forum... apa khabar hang... xper... ada masa nanti aku skip keje jap... jenguk korang sumer... sekarang masih bz... weekend pung tak macam cuti... keje tetap keje yang penting enjoy... hehehehehe

Sunday, July 09, 2006


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Ketika melakukan pendaratan..........

Tanggal 07 julai 2006 pada jam 1100H, selesai sudah eksesais pada kali ini... letih n seronok... balik rumah terus ganti tidur... lepas tidur terus pegi main.. (main muzik ngan member aku ler)... ingatkan bolehler aku nak update blog aku tiap2 hari lepas nih, kena pegi outstation plak... lama pulak tuh... dari isnin depan hingga hujung bulan Ogos... Tapi jangan risau, aku akan cuba 'mencilok' masuk kat dalam blog nih dari masa kesemasa untuk update blog nih... :)

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Kumpulan aku (GBM) sedang menerima hadiah untuk tempat kelima yang dimenangi semasa pertandingan Band Quest tempohari....

Monday, July 03, 2006


A Polish man moved to the USA and married an American girl.
Although his English was far from perfect, they got along very
well until one day he rushed into a lawyer's office and asked
him if he could arrange a divorce for him.

The lawyer said that getting a divorce could depend on their
circumstances, and asked him the following questions:

Have you any grounds?
Yes, an acre and half and nice little home.
No, I mean what is the foundation of this case?
It made of concrete.

I don't think you understand. Does either of you have a real grudge?

No, we have carport, and not need one.

I mean, what are your relations like?

All my relations still in Poland.

Is there any infidelity in your marriage?

We have hi-fidelity stereo and good DVD player.

Does your wife beat you up?

No, I always up before her.

Is your wife a nagger?

No, she white.

Why do you want this divorce?

She going to kill me.

What makes you think that?

I got proof.

What kind of proof?

She going to poison me. She buy a bottle at drugstore and put on
shelf in bathroom. I can read, and it say:

"Polish Remover".


Adusss... ngantuk pun ada... letih pun ada... baru sampai rumah setelah bekerja dari pukul 7 pagi semalam hingga petang nih... sempat tido 3 jam jerk... letih2... apa boleh buat... dah tugas... sekali sekala rasa seronok pulak, boleh push ourself to the limit... NO SKY, NO HIGH...

Sunday, July 02, 2006


Sedih ada fed-up pun ada... dream team aku yang aku harapkan untuk menang WORLD CUP kalah di peringkat SUKU AKHIR... dahler stail main pun kurang mantap... letih aku berjaga semata2 nak tengok BRAZIL menang...