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  1. Ok so i bought this toughbook cf-73 a couple weeks ago. It has been crashing lately, Ive reformatted/reinstalled twice, using two different xp cds. Im using the drivers from https://eww.pavc.panasonic.co.jp/pc/itn/dri...u_en.html#CF-73 (they say they are for windows xp pro, sp1, all ive got is sp2. could this be causing a problem?) I have been getting BSODs and errors saying NTFS.sys is missing or corrupt (among other stop messages). today I decided to replace the ntfs.sys on my hdd with the one on the xp CD. no luck, i just came back here to find that it had crashed, heres minidump infoz: Ill post stop messages as i get them... I hope you can be of some help. thanks. heres the stop message i found when i woke up this morning (sorry for shitty picture quality)
  2. Oh yeah, well all I had to do was find touchpanel options which was under the control panel, and run the calibration program. I assumed it was a driver issue because I was using the driver that was labeled "sp1", but it turned out I had just overlooked the touchpanel configuration option in control panel.
  3. YOU ALL SUCK I fixed it though, don't worry.
  4. Ok so i just got my new toughbook cf-73 from ebay, it came with win2k on it, so today i decided to upgrade it to xp for now, because i figured configuring its touchscreen on linux would be a bitch. So i installed XP, installed drivers for everything, including the "SMK PnP Tablet" which is the toughscreen hardware. Everytime i touch the screen, the cursor jumps up to the top left of the screen and wont go where im touching. I cant find any software for the touchscreen to help me configure it. any ideas?
  5. what the fuck are you talking about?

  6. Filtered means that a firewall, filter, or other network obstacle is blocking the port so that Nmap cannot tell whether it is open or closed. you have guessed correctly. Most home computers nowadays are behind routers or firewalls. Unless there are ports allowed through the router by the administrator of the router, you wont be able to see them in the output of your nmap scan.
  7. u has 2 us piggin lulz nubs
  8. err couldnt you just configure your SMTP server to use a different port? my ISP blocks 22, 23, 25, 80, etc. all the common server ports ya know. Im not sure, because I have never hosted an SMTP server, but there must be a configuration file somewhere that you could modify.
  9. And on that note, check out Virginia.gov:25
  10. Having -any- port open is a security concern.. smtp server http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=s...G=Google+Search
  11. You need to have whatever port the SMTP server is running on open. Telnet to it on that port, which is usually 25. telnet 25 like that. Just replace that address with the address of the server.